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Wednesday • Sept 26, 2018 • XIX, Edition 32 www.smdailyjournal.com

Artist’s renderings of Passage at San Mateo.

City has new


proposal for TORBAKHOPPER ON VISUAL HUNT
Officials with the newly opened Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco announced Tuesday the $2.26 billion
facility was to close immediately following the discovery of a crack in one of the steel beams.

Crack in beam shuts down San


Francisco’s new $2B terminal more homes Major mixed-use San Mateo development now
Structural engineers assessing whether it is safe for people to return includes 961 units, ballet company, larger park
By Paul Elias
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
SAN FRANCISCO — San
Francisco officials shut down the One of the largest developments
city’s celebrated new $2.2 billion proposed in San Mateo in decades,
transit terminal Tuesday after dis- the Passage at San Mateo is set to
covering a crack in a support beam get even larger after the developer
under the center’s public roof gar- submitted revised plans for a 961-
den. unit, mixed-use project at the
Coined the “Grand Central of the 14. 5-acre Concar Shopping
West, ” the Salesforce Transit Center near the juncture of State
Center opened in August near the Route 92 and Highway 101 with
heart of downtown after nearly a the city last week.
decade of construction. It was Originally proposed to include
expected to accommodate 100,000 935 units, 35,000 square feet of
passengers each weekday, and up retail space, a new Trader Joe’s, a rate — nearly 8,000 square feet to
to 45 million people a year. transit hub, art gallery, dining hall studio and performance space for
The center is operated by the and 1-acre park where Rite Aid, TJ the Peninsula Ballet Theatre and a
Maxx and Ross Dress for Less 4,600-square-foot day care facili-
See CRACK, Page 18 stand, the revised plans include ty, according to an announcement
961 units — of which 109 are slat-
ed to be offered at an affordable See PASSAGE, Page 19
Officials OK Burlingame live-work project
Commissioners approve redevelopment of evicted tenant’s former home Redwood City park sites
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF advance to design phase
Burlingame officials approved a
Three interconnected parks envisioned for downtown
proposal to convert a property By Zachary Clark Inside Park, another
once the epicenter of the city’s DAILY JOURNAL STAFF applies to the
rent control debate into a new Redwood City City Hall and
Three publicly owned properties switching to Main Street park-
development designed to accom-
in downtown Redwood City are one district elections ing lots and the
modate live and work spaces.
The Burlingame Planning step closer to becoming parks after See page 3 third site is the
Commission voted 6-1, with the City Council agreed to advance area around
Commissioner Richard Sargent all of them to the design phase at a Redwood Creek between Bradford
dissenting, to allow construction meeting Monday, Sept. 24. Street and the Highway 101 under-
A rendering of the project proposed at the corner of Oak Grove Avenue One site encompasses parking
See BGAME, Page 18 and California Drive in Burlingame. lot A at the library plus Roselli See PARKS, Page 27
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2 Wednesday • Sept 26, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“A child educated only
at school is an uneducated child.”
— George Santayana, American philosopher

This Day in History


The first-ever debate between presi-

1960 dential nominees took place as


Democrat John F. Kennedy and
Republican Richard M. Nixon faced
off before a national TV audience from
Chicago.
In  1 7 7 7 ,   British troops occupied Philadelphia during the
American Revolution.
In  1 7 8 9 , Thomas Jefferson was confirmed by the Senate to
be the first United States secretary of state; John Jay, the first
chief justice; Edmund Randolph, the first attorney general.
In 1 8 9 2 , John Philip Sousa and his newly formed band per-
formed publicly for the first time at the Stillman Music Hall
in Plainfield, New Jersey.
In 1 9 5 5 , following word that President Eisenhower had suf-
fered a heart attack, the New York Stock Exchange saw its
worst price decline since 1929.
In  1 9 5 7 , the musical play “West Side Story” opened on
Broadway.
In 1 9 6 2 ,  Maury Wills of the Los Angeles Dodgers stole his
100th base during a 13-1 victory over the Houston Colt .45s. REUTERS
“The Beverly Hillbillies” premiered on CBS. Bill Cosby departs the Montgomery County Courthouse in handcuffs after being sentenced in his sexual assault trial in
In  1 9 7 7 ,   Sir Freddie Laker began his cut-rate “Skytrain” Norristown, Penn.
service from London to New York. (The carrier went out of
business in 1982.)
In  1 9 8 6 , William H. Rehnquist was sworn in as the 16th In other news ...
chief justice of the United States, while Antonin Scalia joined three of the psychologists who testi- California homeless man into uncon-
the Supreme Court as its 103rd member. Cosby in cuffs: TV star gets fied against Cosby were “white women sciousness and suspected in six other
In  1 9 9 0 ,   the Motion Picture Association of America three to 10 years for sex assault who make money off of accusing black attacks — three of them fatal — also
announced it had created a new rating, NC-17, to replace the NORRISTOWN, Pa. — His men of being sexual predators,” and he was being investigated in the disap-
X rating. Hollywood career and good-guy image accused prosecutors of using a doctored pearances of two of the suspect’s Texas
In  1 9 9 1 , four men and four women began a two-year stay in ruins, Bill Cosby was led away to recording of a telephone conversation relatives, officials said Tuesday.
inside a sealed-off structure in Oracle, Arizona, called prison in handcuffs Tuesday at age 81 between Constand’s mother and Cosby. Ramon Escobar, 47, is a person of
Biosphere 2. for perhaps the rest of his days, sen- Cosby’s lawyers asked that he be interest in the disappearances late last
tenced to three to 10 years behind bars allowed to remain free on bail while he month of 60-year-old Dina Escobar
Birthdays for drugging and sexually assaulting a
woman at his gated estate.
appeals his conviction, but the judge
appeared incredulous over the request
and her brother, 65-year-old Rogelio
Escobar, Houston police said in a
The punishment made him the first and ordered him locked up immediately, statement.
celebrity of the (hash)MeToo era to be saying that “he could quite possibly be Dina Escobar’s burned van was found
sent to prison and completed the dizzy- a danger to the community.” in Galveston a few days after she went
ing, late-in-life fall from grace for the The comedian — who is legally blind looking for her brother, who was miss-
comedian, TV star and breaker of racial and uses a cane — removed his watch, ing. She was last seen Aug. 28, two
barriers. tie and jacket and walked out in a white days after her brother disappeared, the
“It is time for justice. Mr. Cosby, this dress shirt and red suspenders, his hands statement said.
has all circled back to you. The time has cuffed in front of him. He must serve the Ramon Escobar is their nephew, and
come,” Montgomery County Judge minimum of three years before becom- Texas authorities said they want to talk
Singer Olivia Actress Linda Tennis player Steven O’Neill said. He quoted from vic- ing eligible for parole. to him.
Newton-John is 70. Hamilton is 62. Serena Williams is tim Andrea Constand’s statement to the “For decades, the defendant has been The Southern California beatings
37. court, in which she said Cosby took her able to hide his true self and hide his happened in Los Angeles and suburban
Retired baseball All-Star Bobby Shantz is 93. Actor Philip “beautiful, young spirit and crushed it.” crimes using his fame and fortune. He’s Santa Monica, where Escobar was
Bosco is 88. Actor Richard Herd is 86. Country singer David Cosby declined the opportunity to hidden behind a character created, Dr. arrested Monday. It wasn’t clear
speak before the sentence came down, Cliff Huxtable,” Montgomery County whether Escobar had an attorney who
Frizzell is 77. Actor Kent McCord is 76. Television host Anne
and afterward sat laughing and chatting District Attorney Kevin Steele said at a could speak on his behalf.
Robinson is 74. Singer Bryan Ferry is 73. Actress Mary Beth
with his defense team. His wife of 54 news conference, referring to Cosby’s Police from both cities planned to
Hurt is 72. Actor James Keane is 66. Rock singer-musician
years, Camille, was not in court. best-known role. But “now, finally, discuss the case at a press conference
Cesar Rosas (Los Lobos) is 64. Country singer Carlene Carter
Constand smiled broadly upon hearing Bill Cosby has been unmasked, and we Tuesday.
is 63. Country singer Doug Supernaw is 58. Rhythm-and- the punishment and was hugged by oth- have seen the real man as he is headed Escobar was arrested after a home-
blues singer Cindy Herron (En Vogue) is 57. Actress Melissa ers in the courtroom. off to prison.” less man was bludgeoned unconscious
Sue Anderson is 56. Actor Patrick Bristow is 56. Rock musi- In a blistering statement, Cosby and some of his possessions taken as
cian Al Pitrelli is 56. Singer Tracey Thorn (Everything But
The Girl) is 56. TV personality Jillian Barberie is 52.
spokesman Andrew Wyatt said the Texas investigates suspect in he sat or leaned against a pole or wall.
comic was subjected to “most racist and The man was hospitalized in critical
Contemporary Christian guitarist Jody Davis (Newsboys) is sexist trial in the history of the United
California homeless beatings condition with head injuries, Santa
51. Actor Jim Caviezel is 50. Actress Tricia O’Kelley is 50. States.” LOS ANGELES — A man arrested on Monica police Lt. Saul Rodriguez
Actor Ben Shenkman is 50. Actress Melanie Paxon is 46. Among other things, Wyatt said all suspicion of beating a Southern said.
Singer Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men) is 46.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Wednesday • Sept 26, 2018 3


Redwood City switching to district elections Police reports
Life in the fast lane
By Zachary Clark Connie Guerrero, a former planning commis- than try to draw everybody into the down-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF sioner, said on behalf of local group Latino town. I think we all have a stake in the down- Someone was driving well below the
Focus. town, whether or not a district touches the speed limit on Highway 101 in
Redwood City has begun the process of Some councilmembers said the council is downtown,” he said. “And the easiest thing Redwood City, it was reported at 8:56
switching from at-large to by-district elec- already diverse, but also embraced the situa- for us to do at this point is to maintain seven a.m. Thursday, Sept. 20.
tions for the City Council and the new system tion as an opportunity for the city to come seats on the council elected by district with a
will take effect in 2020. together and develop a system that’s as inclu- rotating mayor. We’ve never had a mayoral
Residents will soon have plenty of oppor- sive as possible. rotation policy and I think it’s desperately SAN MATEO
tunities to weigh in on district boundaries, “I do look forward to moving forward with overdue.” Hi t-and-run. Someone driving a white
election cycles and whether the council will this conversation and agree that we are very Bain felt the six-district option with an at-
van crashed into a parked vehicle on
retain seven seats with a rotating mayor or well represented up here currently. But at the large mayor should be discussed after the
2020 census, when district maps will again Highland Avenue, it was reported at 10:16
just six seats with a mayor elected at large. same time … just hearing from the communi-
ty, they don’t quite feel represented so I want have to be redrawn. a.m. Sunday, Sep. 2.
The council adopted a resolution of intent
— the first step of the transition — at a meet- that conversation to take place,” Residents can provide input on district Burg l ary . Someone smashed a vehicle’s
ing on Monday, Sept. 24. Councilwoman Janet Borgens said. “I want maps at public hearings in both October and window on South Fremont Street, it was
The move was prompted by a letter from them at the table, I want to find out what we November and they’ll have until Jan. 3 to reported at 4:06 p.m. Saturday, Sep 1.
Malibu-based attorney Kevin Shenkman, need to do to accomplish that.” submit their own draft maps for considera- Theft. Someone stole a cellphone from a
which threatened litigation if the city did not Borgens added that the cost of running for tion. After that, there will be two more public restroom on West Hillsdale Boulevard, it
voluntarily adopt district elections, meaning office prevents some residents from doing so hearings for residents to weigh in on the was reported at 9:26 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31.
councilmembers are voted on by a specific and suggested addressing campaign finance maps and cycle of elections. An ordinance Hi t - an d- run . Someone driving a truck
district or ward in which they live. reform in the future. codifying all of the changes to the election crashed into several parked vehicles before
Shenkman claimed Redwood City’s current Mayor Bain said he only reluctantly agreed system will be adopted in March of 2019,
with the first district elections to be held in driving away, it was reported at 9:15 p.m.
election system violates the California to the switch, not because he opposes district Friday, Aug. 31.
Voting Rights Act because it “dilutes the abil- elections, but because they were “thrust upon four districts by November of 2020. Districts
us.” And he seemed to resent the implications will be redrawn in 2021 based on 2020 census Vandal i s m. Someone shattered a vehicle’s
ity of Latinos (a ‘protected class’) to elect
candidates of their choice or otherwise influ- of Shenkman’s demand. data, and the remaining three districts will window on South Delaware Street near
ence the outcome of the city’s council elec- “There are still people looking at us in hold their first elections in November of Bermuda Drive, it was reported at 11:43
tions.” terms of where our ancestors came from. The 2022. p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30.
Latinos comprise 39 percent of Redwood concept of race is a sociological concept, it’s More than 100 cities in California have
City’s population and currently just one of not a scientific concept,” he said, adding that made the switch to district elections. MILLBRAE
the city’s seven councilmembers, Alicia his own ancestry is African, European and In San Mateo County, Menlo Park recently
Sho pl i fti ng . A man stole six bottles wine
Aguirre, is Latina. However, Aguirre isn’t the Native American in that order. “However none switched to district elections and South San
Francisco and Half Moon Bay are in the from a store on Murchison Drive, it was
only racial minority on the council. of those represented a majority of my genetic
makeup. So I’m a bit of an anomaly in that I process of transitioning, as is the San Mateo reported at 10 p.m. Monday, Sept. 3.
Councilman Jeff Gee is Asian-American and
Mayor Ian Bain is African-American. grew up not identifying with a race, I still County Harbor Commission. Burg l ary . Someone smashed a vehicle’s
No city that has challenged Shenkman in don’t. It’s a concept that I fundamentally Sequoia Union High and Redwood City window and stole several items from inside
court has won — they all end up switching to reject and it’s a concept that factors into none Elementary school district officials and the on El Camino Real, it was reported at 9 p.m.
district elections eventually — and litigation of my decisions.” county Board of Supervisors made similar Monday, Sept. 3.
can cost taxpayers millions. For those rea- Bain said he voted for Aguirre when she ran choices as well. The San Mateo County Arres t. A man was arrested for trespassing
sons and others, the council agreed to transi- for office, and her Latina heritage “did not fac- Community College District adopted the by- and possessing a substance, it was reported
tion. tor into” his decision. district system but without being threatened at 12:51 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2.
During public comment, several speakers He also said he’s concerned that district by a lawsuit.
celebrated by-district elections because they elections could compromise Redwood City’s
felt the system would encourage greater diver- small-town feel and wondered if every district
sity on the council. would have enough people willing to run for
“We believe that moving forward to district office.
elections is a right step in the right direction Bain went on to offer a few suggestions
to break the legacy of underrepresentation on moving forward.
the council, boards and commissions,” “My preference is for compactness rather
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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Wednesday • Sept 26, 2018 5


Around the nation Florence: An unwelcome visitor who refuses to leave
U.S. attorneys general By Jeffery Collins
discuss social media privacy concerns THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — A meeting between top state law


GEORGETOWN, S.C. — For many
enforcement officials and Attorney General Jeff Sessions
living near South Carolina’s coast,
about how the government can safeguard
Florence is the visitor they never
the privacy of social media users ended
wanted who now refuses to leave.
Tuesday without a decision on whether to
Eleven days after the once-fierce hur-
investigate.
ricane arrived on the coast, and more
The gathering at the Justice
than a week after it blew north and dis-
Department was scheduled to discuss
sipated, rivers swollen by its relent-
whether tech giants are “stifling the free
less rains are still flooding homes and
exchange of ideas” and examine whether
businesses in their paths as they make
they “may be hurting competition.”
their way to the sea.
Xavier Becerra But California Attorney General Xavier
Some residents have no idea when
Becerra, a Democrat, says the one-hour
they will return home. One of them is
meeting mainly focused on consumer protection and data
Vivian Chestnut, who evacuated her
privacy issues. REUTERS
home in inundated Conway, South High waters surround homes and businesses in the small town of Bucksport, S.C.
Attorneys general from Alabama, California, Louisiana,
Carolina, six days ago.
Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Utah and Tuesday afternoon. lot and thinking, ‘What if,’ or, ‘I won-
The Waccamaw River, which flows
Washington, D.C., attended. Five other states sent senior The waterway was expected to crest der what things are like right now,”’
through the city of 23, 000, had
deputies. on Wednesday, but not to drop below said Chestnut, who is staying with
already reached more than 21 feet — far
surpassing the previous record high of 18 feet or so until sometime next family in the area. “And wondering
Disasters declared for 17.9 feet set by Hurricane Matthew week. The river floods at 11 feet. what you are going to find when you
salmon fisheries along West Coast two years ago — and it was still rising “You find yourself sitting around a finally get back.”
SEATTLE — Federal officials have determined that com-
mercial fishery failures occurred for salmon in Washington,
Oregon and California, making those fisheries eligible for
federal disaster assistance.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on Tuesday also
announced a commercial fishery failure for the sardine fish-
ery in California but not for the state’s red sea urchin fishery.
The governors from Washington, Oregon and California
and multiple Native American tribes had requested the deter-
minations between July 2016 and March 2018. Their
requests noted unusually warm and poor ocean conditions
that affected fish.
The disaster determinations make salmon and sardine fish-
eries eligible for some portion of $20 million in NOAA
Fisheries fishery disaster assistance. The Commerce
Department is figuring out how to allocate that money to
eligible fisheries.
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Local briefs
is but believe he is fully grown. He’s about
6 feet in length, which is the typical length
for a fully grown Florida kingsnake, accord-
ing to the PHS/SPCA.
Felix is available for adoption for a $40
fee at the PHS/SPCA’s Center for
Compassion at 1450 Rollins Road in
Burlingame. He will require specialized care
Veterinarians do not know how old Felix is and feeding, so the center will only let him
but believe he is fully grown. be adopted by experienced snake owners.
Snake up for adoption Free first Fridays at history museum
after suffering severe burns Admission is free each first Friday at the
A severely injured Florida kingsnake is San Mateo County History Museum in
now available for adoption by an experi- Redwood City starting next week, museum
enced snake owner at the Peninsula Humane officials said.
Society & SPCA in Burlingame. In addition to the free admission, two free
The PHS/SPCA received the snake on June public programs are planned on the same
27 with burn wounds covering a third of his day. Next Friday at 11 a.m., preschool chil-
body. The snake, named Felix, was also dren can learn about cars and how to make
REUTERS
emaciated and dehydrated. PHS/SPCA staff toy cars out of clothespins to take home.
Museum staff members will also put on a
Vehicles are covered with protective wrap in Detroit.
suspects the burn wounds may be due to
Felix being in a case that was too small and
too hot for him.
Felix underwent four months of extensive
treatment that included creating a bandage
program in the Journey to Work Gallery,
where youth will hear the story, My Car.
Programs vary each month.
Adult tours of the museum begin at 2 p.m.
Automakers seek flexibility at
to fit his entire body to help heal the burn
wounds and providing antibiotics to pre-
vent infection.
The museum is located at 2200 Broadway in
the Old Courthouse building and is open
each day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except
hearing on mileage standards
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Obama administration. They said the technol-
Veterinarians do not know how old Felix Mondays.
ogy to meet the standards at low costs is
DEARBORN, Mich. — Automakers sought available, and they accused Trump’s
Obituary flexibility while environmental groups blast- Department of Transportation of twisting
ed the Trump administration’s proposal to roll numbers to justify the rollback.
Joseph Rector back fuel economy standards at a public hear- Nearly 150 people were scheduled to testify
March 30, 1957 - September 6, 2018 ing on the plan in the industry’s backyard. at the hearing, the second on the preferred
Joe passed away on September 6, 2018 after battling lung At the hearing Tuesday in Dearborn, option of the National Highway Traffic Safety
cancer for almost two years. Joe went to Menlo-Atherton Michigan, home to Ford Motor Co. and just Administration and Environmental
High School in Menlo Park, CA where he played football and miles from the General Motors and Fiat Protection Agency to freeze the standards at
baseball before graduating in 1975. After high school he went Chrysler home offices, industry officials 2020 levels.
on to work as a sheet metal fabricator before joining Hewlett repeated two themes: They’ll keep working to In 2016, for the first time since the latest
Packard in 1984 as part of their worldwide security team in make cars and trucks more efficient, but they standards started, the auto industry couldn’t
Palo Alto, CA. Joe left Hewlett Packard and went to work as an apprentice carpenter may not be able to meet existing standards meet them without using emissions credits
for MacPhee Construction until his mother became ill and he cared for her until because people are buying more trucks and earned in prior years, said Steve Bartoli, vice
she passed. He moved to Roseville in 2016 and began working for Lowe’s Home SUVs. president of fuel economy compliance for
Improvement until he was diagnosed with lung cancer. Environmental groups, though, urged the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The reason is
Joe was very passionate about any sort of fishing; but his true love was ocean government to scrap its plan to roll back the because with relatively low gas prices, peo-
fishing. Joe – at an early age – fished the Half Moon Bay area all the way to SF. He standards and instead keep in place the ones ple are buying more trucks and SUVs rather
knew every mile of ocean in the Bay Area. As a child he spent almost every summer that were reaffirmed in the waning days of the than fuel-efficient cars, he said.
at Blue Lake and Clear Lake fishing with his dad, but the thing he loved most was to
go salmon, halibut, and tuna fishing. He would go 40 miles outside of Half Moon Bay
to catch his limit. He also enjoyed taking some of his neighbors on his boat to catch
Dungeness Crabs then come home to boil and share with everyone. He will be missed
by those who knew and truly loved him. He will be forever in our hearts. Good Bye
“Captain Joe” we love you!
SEMINAR 1101 Shoreway Rd, Belmont
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Rector, Ronnie Rector and Connie Medley. His parents both deceased; Evelyn and Wednesday Sept 5 2018
Samuel Rector. His extended family: Joni Gomes; Ann, Maureen, and Uncle Sean Tuesday Sept 18 2018
Curran; Colin and (Scott deceased) Kuriger; Annie and Mikey Good; Bill Flynn; Thursday Sept 27 2018
Harlan and Hilary MacPhee; Pat and Maureen Reardon; Hazel Wuersching; Sunni Wednesday Oct 10 2018
and Alter Fresnoza. Thursday Oct 18 2018
Services are on Oct 20th at 2:00pm at Redwood Chapel in Redwood City, 847 Tuesday Oct 23 2018
Woodside Rd, Redwood City, CA 94061. Phone: (650) 369-5537 Wednesday Nov 7 2018
https://www.dignitymemorial.com/funeral-homes/redwood-city-ca/redwood- Thursday Nov 15 2018
chapel/4906 Tuesday Nov 27 2018
In lieu of flowers the family asks for a small donation in memory of Joe to: Thursday Dec 6 2018
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NTSB blames two Air Canada pilots


for last year’s near disaster at SFO
By David Koenig The cockpit voice recorder might have
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS helped investigators better understand how
the near-accident unfolded. However, the
Federal safety officials blame two Air recording was taped over because the NTSB
Canada pilots for coming within 10 to 20 wasn’t notified of the incident for nearly
feet of crashing their jetliner into a plane two days.
on the ground last year in San Francisco. “When we learned of a passenger airliner
The Air Canada pilots were apparently almost touching down on a taxiway occu-
confused because one of two parallel run- pied by four other airliners, we elected to
ways was closed and dark before the late- launch a full investigation,” DeLisi said.
night incident. The crew was seconds from The July 2017 incident occurred just
landing their Airbus A320 jet on a taxiway before midnight — it felt like 3 a.m. to the
where other planes loaded with passengers pilots, who had taken off from Toronto. The
were waiting to take off. safety board recommended that Canada
“We could not have gotten literally or fig- strengthen rules to prevent pilot fatigue.
uratively any closer to having a major dis- The safety board’s chairman, Robert
aster,” said the safety board’s vice chair- Sumwalt, urged the FAA and Canadian offi-
man, Bruce Landsberg, during a hearing cials to adopt the recommendations “so that
Tuesday in Washington. we do not have to relearn the lessons of this
Underscoring the severity of the incident, incident at a far greater cost.”
the NTSB’s top aviation-safety staffer, The Air Canada crew was cleared to land on
John DeLisi, said it was the first time the 28R, to the right of the closed runway, 28L
WBAIV ON VISUALHUNT . According to a preliminary NTSB report ,
board considered a major investigation for
an event in which there were no injuries or
Safety regulators are recommending the use of technology to help avoid the kind of the pilots thought the lighted runway was
damaged planes.
catastrophic collision that nearly occurred when an Air Canada jetliner zoomed over four 28L — not theirs. Despite visual cues such
The board said the Air Canada crew mis-
taxiing planes full of passengers, coming within 10 to 20 feet of the first one. as different lighting on taxiways, they
took the taxiway for a runway because they said the airline would review the safety opment of technology to warn pilots and air aimed their jet to land to the right of 28R,
didn’t adequately review a warning to all board’s recommendations and has already traffic controllers when a landing plane on a parallel taxiway where the other planes
pilots about one of the runways being taken steps to improve training and proce- appears to be aimed at a taxiway instead of a were waiting to take off.
closed for construction. The board cited dures. runway. It also said the Federal Aviation According to the NTSB, the pilots told
other mistakes and crew fatigue as con- The two pilots “are being held out of serv- Administration should consider better investigators that they didn’t see planes on
tributing factors. ice,” he said. lighting and markings to warn pilots about the taxiway, but that something did not
Air Canada spokesman Peter Fitzpatrick The safety board recommended the devel- closed runways. look right.

Push to end high-speed rail project in 2020 could signal GOP strategy
host who is the public face behind this Jerry Brown and his supporters has seen go to the general fund.
By Jonathan J. Cooper
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS year’s gas tax initiative announced he will costs spike and the completion date pushed It’s backed by DeMaio and others behind
pursue another measure — this one elimi- back. Proposition 6, which will ask voters this
SACRAMENTO — Worried they would nating the state’s beleaguered high-speed “This is a colossal failure of these politi- November if they want to repeal a 12-cent
lack big-name candidates at the top of the rail project. cians, and you don’t want to throw good gas tax hike and increases in vehicle regis-
ticket this November, California Though it’s a presidential election year, money after bad,” said Carl DeMaio, a for- tration fees approved by lawmakers last
Republicans turned to a ballot measure that California is overwhelmingly Democratic mer San Diego city councilman who now year.
would eliminate a recent gas tax increase in and a Republican hasn’t won the state since hosts a radio show. Proposition 6 was funded in part by
hopes of exciting conservatives and ensur- 2006. The 2020 initiative also would change California’s Republican congressional del-
ing they show up to support lower-profile Early phases of construction have begun the state Constitution to require all fees egation, including Kevin McCarthy, the
legislative and congressional candidates. on the train meant to take passengers related to transportation — from the gas No. 2 Republican in the U.S. House who is
A potential similar strategy for 2020 between Los Angeles and San Francisco in tax to taxes on vehicle sales and car insur- seeking to replace Paul Ryan as speaker. It
emerged Tuesday, when a conservative radio less than three hours. But the $77 billion ance — be spent only on transportation- was an unusual intervention by elected U.S.
project championed by Democratic Gov. related projects. Those dollars could not officials in a state political campaign.

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STATE GOVERNMENT
• Legislation by state Sen. Jerry
Hi l l , D-San Mateo , to extend a
Trump: Dems using ‘con job’
pilot program allowing students to
earn baccalaureate degrees at 15
California community colleges was
to sink Kavanaugh court bid
By Alan Fram and Lisa Mascaro
signed by Go v. Jerry Bro wn.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The changes authorized by the
legislation allow community colleges to enroll students
for the pilot for a few more years so that the final group of WASHINGTON — President Donald
participants begins their degree program no later than the Trump denounced Democratic efforts to
2022-23 academic year and completes it by June 30, block Brett
2026, according to Hill’s office. Kav an aug h ’s
The bill follows Senate Bi l l 8 5 0 , legislation intro- Supreme Court con-
duced by then-senator Marty Bl o ck in 2014. SB 850 firmation as a cyni-
authorized the launch of the pilot program and set it to cal “con job” on
end in summer 2023. A January 2017 study by the Publ i c Tuesday and
Po l i cy Ins ti tute o f Cal i fo rni a found that the state’s launched a dismis-
higher education system is not keeping up with sive attack on a sec-
California’s changing economy, according to Hill’s ond woman accusing
office. Brett the nominee of sex-
Kavanaugh ual misconduct in
the 1980s, asserting
she “has nothing.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch
McConnell predicted that Kavanaugh
REUTERS
would win approval, despite the new
allegations and uncertainty about how U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, center, speaks beside Sen. Roy Blunt,
pivotal Republicans would vote in a roll Sen. John Barrasso and Sen. John Cornyn during a news conference.
call now expected early next week. Like fate remains uncertain in a chamber leaders laid plans that could keep the full
much of America, lawmakers awaited a where Republicans have a scant 51-49 Senate in session over the weekend and
momentous Senate Judiciary Committee majority. produce a final showdown roll call soon
hearing in which Kavanaugh and chief “I will be glued to the television,” after — close to the Oct. 1 start of the
accuser Christine Blasey Ford are to tes- said Sen. Susan Collins, a moderate high court’s new term.
tify Thursday, though not together. Republican from Maine, who has yet to With the Judiciary Committee’s GOP
Hanging in the balance is Trump’s declare her position on confirmation. members all male, McConnell said the
chance to swing the high court more Hoping the hearing will yield no new panel was hiring a “female assistant”
firmly to the right for a generation. surprises, the Senate Judiciary to handle the questioning for
Despite McConnell’s forecast that Committee scheduled its own vote on Republicans “in a respectful and pro-
Republicans will “win,” Kavanaugh’s Kavanaugh for Friday, and Republican fessional way.”

Rosenstein’s job to be topic of Thursday meeting with Trump


By Zeke Miller and Eric Tucker recording the presi- was considering doing so, according
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dent and possibly to two people familiar with the discus-
using constitution- sions who spoke on condition of
WASHINGTON — After a long week- al procedures to anonymity to discuss private conver-
end spent wondering if he should remove him from sations.
resign or would be fired, Deputy office. Even as he took issue with the
Attorney General Rod Rosenstein still The revelation reports, Rosenstein arrived at the
has his job — for now. that Rosenstein last White House on Monday expecting to
President Donald Trump gave year had broached be fired, according to another person
Rosenstein a three-day reprieve pend- Rod Rosenstein the idea of taping who spoke on condition of anonymi-
ing their face-to-face White House the president ty. Instead, after he met with chief of
showdown on Thursday. That’s when touched off a dramatic weekend of con- staff John Kelly and spoke by phone
the man who oversees the Trump- versations with the White House in to Trump himself, questions about his
Russia investigation will respond to which he offered to one official to future were effectively tabled until the
reports that he had discussed secretly resign and confided to another that he personal meeting on Thursday.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Wednesday • Sept 26, 2018 9


Yes on Measure X As time goes by
T
hose following the recent his- and sales revenue will preserve space
tory of the San Bruno Park Editorial for additional students.

“D
on’t let aging get you down. It’s too hard
Elementary School District We always caution against school
to get back up.” — John Wagner.
know that there has been some trou- ing a parcel tax on the ballot that districts selling what is considered to
ble with finances and enrollment. And would be able to be spent on teacher be surplus now because one never
In the Sept. 17 issue of Time magazine, there’s an arti-
those following the more distant past salaries and other needs. However, knows how enrollment might go in
the future and when that land and facil- cle titled, “The Surprising Joy of Old Age” by Jeffrey
know that this has the potential to one key aspect of this bond measure
turn into an ongoing legacy. ities might be needed. However, there Kluger. When I saw it I thought, “Oh, I must be missing
is that it needs 55 percent approval something.” But then it became apparent that Kluger
However, most recently, there has rather than two-thirds for parcel is still space the district controls and
been a plan floated by the new super- can use in the future should the need considers “old age” to be 50 to 70 or so. He wrote,
taxes. While that threshold is easier
intendent to create the next genera- arise. “Your strength flags. Your world narrows, much of what
to pass, it is not the official reason
tion of school campuses that moves Those who say the district should once gave you pleasure and satisfaction is now gone.
for the district moving forward with a
away from the traditional neighbor- bond measure. The official reason, and simply make do with less don’t quite But, as it turns out, happiness is still very much with
hood school formula. As part of that very real one we might add, is that the understand how little with which the you — often even more so
multi-pronged plan, district officials district’s facilities are aging and need district is working. No plan is per- than before.”
are pursuing a bond measure, known revamping, with the entire replace- fect, but this plan is certainly Sure, maybe from 50 to
as Measure X, that would raise $79 ment of Allen Elementary School. progress for San Bruno Park after 70 or so — the age when
million to renovate and rehabilitate As part of a master plan, officials years of crisis management. you might want to sign up
the district’s facilities. The Board of plan to shutter and sell campuses in The schools in San Bruno need for the Warriors’ “Senior
Trustees is not lockstep on this pro- an effort to raise additional money investment, and this measure supplies Dance Team,” but what
posal, with the board president vot- and consolidate schools. The campus- a certain amount of that. It deserves about after that? That’s
ing no and instead interested in plac- es potentially rebuilt with the bond your support. real old age! Fifty to 70 or
so should be labeled some-
thing like “senior,” fol-
Letters to the editor lowed by “senior plus.”
Anyway, today is my
birthday — well into
Speier’s letter to the Why? Because Deniz is a breath of deniz4belmont. com. “senior plus,” so I’m dedi-
fresh air. cating this column to everyone over 70.
Peninsula Health Care District Deniz has no agenda except to lis- Coralin Feierbach It seems like many of us are propelled into “senior
Editor, ten to residents, hasn’t requested Belmont plus” before we have any idea of how to relate to it. It’s
Housing for All Burlingame is enor- endorsements from the usual politi- The letter writer is the former may or a bit like adolescence in reverse. “Here we are,” we
mously appreciative of the recent let- cal insiders, and brings fresh ideas to of Belmont (1999, 2007 and 2011) think, “thrust into this stage of life, wondering how to
ter by U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San the current council which embraces
“bigger is better.” handle this unfamiliar body, anxious about what the
Mateo, to the Peninsula Health Care future will bring, unsure of our ability to deal with the
District (PHCD), strongly suggesting This “bigger is better” mentality Support for Bolbol changes that are inevitable and wishing we could remain
that they change course on their brings more large scale develop-
Editor, in familiar territory.”
plans to build market-rate housing on ment, more negative effects on our
I’m writing to express my support At this stage of life, whenever I commemorate a birth-
public land at the old Peninsula traffic, infrastructure, air quality and for the election of Deniz Bolbol to
Hospital site. adds more stress on our school sys- day, I sit back and contemplate. I think about my friends
Belmont City Council.  
We have worked for over three years tem. Belmont resident Brian Matthews’ and relatives who are near my age and still around and
to get the PHCD to change its course Why am I voting only for Deniz claim that the current council is how they are dealing with it. I think “So here we are,
on the wellness center, but were met Bolbol and not for any member of responsive to residents may be his feeling we have learned a lot over all these years of
with stern refusals to build affordable the current slate that is also running? experience as a Charles Stone support- experience and hoping there’s someone who is interest-
housing on the site. The district has Their voting record speaks for er, but it is, unfortunately, not the ed in what we have to say, feeling that as time is run-
already built The Trousdale, an assisted itself: experience of many other Belmont res- ning out, there are still things we’d like to do; trying to
living facility that was paid for by tax- Despite overwhelming public idents.  pretend nothing has changed, but facing losses of vari-
payer dollars and is unaffordable to the opposition, Stone, Lieberman and Matthews’ discounting residents’ ous kinds at an increasing rate; looking to each other
majority of residents. A recent estimate Mates severely weakened our zoning experiences is representative of how for community and support but feeling oddly out of
from Cheryl Fama, CEO of the district, ordinances by enabling McMansions the current councilmembers act. It’s no place in a culture that worships youth and largely
states that a basic studio in The and larger secondary rental units. wonder Matthews likes them.
Here’s an example. At the behest of ignores, if not disdains, old age; realizing a new respect
Trousdale will start at $6,800 a month. Thousands of Belmont citizens
signed a referendum forcing the developers and other insider support- for those who have traveled this way before us; hoping
Public land needs to be used for the that as we approach the end of the journey that we can
public good; market-rate housing council to repeal the ordinances. ers, the incumbents, Stone and
Lieberman voted against the life- Leiberman pushed through a bundle of travel with grace and dignity.
doesn’t belong on public land.
saving secondhand smoking ordi- 37 zoning ordinances despite over- When we were young, we didn’t hear much about
Congresswoman Speier exemplifies
nance for apartments and condos. whelming resident opposition. Only growth and change in adults. We came to believe that
the courageous moral leadership we after residents mounted a successful
have lacked on the local level when it Based on data confirming that sec- the stages of life were infant, child, teen and adult. But
ondhand smoke causes cancer, heart referendum did councilmembers retreat we learned that as we grow older we go through pas-
comes to addressing our housing cri- and repeal those ordinances. That does
sis. It is our hope that the PHCD disease and other conditions, this sages, too, and that growth and change are necessary to
ordinance has been copied by cities not demonstrate respect for the com-
changes its course for the benefit of a complete and fulfilling life no matter what our age. We
munity as a whole.
all residents of the district. nationwide to protect families and know that if we go through the stages of adulthood (like
Councilmembers that are only
neighbors. responsive to supporters are not the senior plus), meeting the challenges and coming out
Lieberman voted against purchas- kind of councilors that serve the best better people as a result, we grow old much wiser, more
Cynthia Cornell ing the 35 beautiful acres of open interest of the Belmont community, loving, more complete and better able to cope and
Burlingame space in the San Juan Canyon, and at and, thus, not the kind of councilmem- adjust. 
no net cost to our residents. bers the community should re-elect. If we haven’t done it already, we need to let go of
Stone and Lieberman voted for a If you want a councilmember who many beliefs as we make the transition. Those may
Deniz Bolbol for repressive code of conduct which will listen to all resident concerns be include that we can make situations (and people) turn
forced council and commissioners to sure to vote for Deniz Bolbol.
Belmont City Council sign the code or be removed from out the way we wish them to, the idea that we can
Editor, serving on committees. change the world, roles we were playing according to
Michele Cohen
I’m voting for Deniz Bolbol for Thank you for reading this. society’s and other people’s expectations, pretense and,
Belmont finally, the toughest one — the belief that we are
Belmont City Council. Please visit Deniz’s website
immortal. Then, hopefully, growth and change at this
stage of our lives can come about — the kind that is
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Higher interest rates, oil prices send stocks lower after it agreed to be bought by
By Marley Jay DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Inspire Brands, which also owns
High: 26,634.85 Arby’s and Buffalo Wild Wings.
NEW YORK — Major U. S. Low: 26,475.58 The purchase values Sonic at
indexes finished mostly lower Close: 26,492.21 $43.50 a share, or $1.57 billion.
Tuesday as rising interest rates Change: -69.84 Inspire Brands is controlled by the
hurt stocks that pay big dividends private equity firm Roark Capital.
OTHER INDEXES XO Group, which runs the wed-
and higher oil prices pushed trans-
portation and shipping compa- S&P 500: 2915.56 -3.81 ding marketplace The Knot,
nies lower. The S&P 500 index fell NYSE Index: 13,160.60 -1.46 jumped 26.3 percent to $34.91
for the third day in a row. Nasdaq: 8007.47 +14.22 after it accepted a $907 million
Oil prices continued to rise after NYSE MKT: 2714.02 -3.97 offer from two funds that own its
a weekend meeting of OPEC and Russell 2000: 1708.81 +3.49 competitor WeddingWire.
its allies ended without an increase Wilshire 5000: 30,302.60 -10.75 Companies around the world
in oil production. That’s helped have announced $3.26 trillion in
energy companies, but it is pres- 10-Yr Bond: 3.10 +0.02 deals this year, according to
suring airlines and other compa- Oil (per barrel): 72.29 +0.21 Dealogic, far above the $2.49 bil-
nies that will have to pay more for Gold : 1,205.50 +1.10 lion in deals that were struck over
fuel. Higher oil prices can also the first three quarters of 2017.
ripple through the economy and chief global strategist for Rising bond yields tend to hurt a weekend meeting of OPEC and The recent U.S. corporate tax cut
increase inflation, and that’s JPMorgan Funds. But Kelly said high-dividend companies, which its allies ended without an increase and low interest rates have con-
helped push interest rates higher the reporters will likely probe many income-seeking investors in oil production. Oil prices have tributed to that trend.
this week. Powell’s views on all of those see as substitutes for bonds. also climbed recently because Iran If the Fed does raise interest
On Wednesday the Federal topics. Among utilities, Southern Co. fell is exporting less oil after the U.S. rates Wednesday, it would be the
Reserve is expected to increase its The S&P 500 fell 3.81 points, 2.5 percent to $42.73 and con- withdrew from the international ninth increase since late 2015 and
benchmark interest rate for the or 0.1 percent, to 2,915.56. The sumer goods maker Procter & nuclear deal with Iran and would take the benchmark rate to a
third time this year. Investors Dow Jones Industrial Average lost Gamble lost 1. 4 percent to announced more sanctions on the range of 2 percent to 2.25 percent,
have been sure for months that the 69.84 points, or 0.3 percent, to $83.12. country. with another increase expected
Fed would raise rates at this meet- 26,492.21. The Nasdaq composite Stocks usually do well when the Benchmark U.S. crude rose 0.3 this year and more to come in
ing, so they’ll be focusing on the added 14.22 points, or 0.2 per- Fed starts to raise interest rates percent to $72.28 a barrel in New 2019.
Fed’s economic projections and cent, to 8,007.47. The Russell because the higher rates reflect York. Brent crude, the standard for Wholesale gasoline added 0.6
Chairman Jay Powell’s press con- 2000 index of smaller-company solid economic growth, which is international oil prices, rose 0.8 percent to $2.07 gallon. Heating
ference afterward. stocks gained 3.49 points, or 0.2 associated with strong company percent to $81. 87 a barrel in oil rose 0.8 percent to $2.31 a
“He’ll want to say as little as percent, to 1,708.80. profits. But as the rate increases London. Brent crude is at its high- gallon. Natural gas rose 1.4 per-
possible about tariffs, about fiscal Bond prices kept falling as the continue, in line with the Fed’s est price since November 2014. cent to $3.08 per 1,000 cubic feet.
policy, and say as little as possi- Fed meeting began, sending goal of keeping inflation in ConocoPhillips rose 1.4 per- Gold rose 0. 1 percent to
ble about any advice the president yields higher. The yield on the 10- check, the effect on stocks can cent to $78.11 and Philips 66 $1, 205. 10 an ounce. Silver
may be giving him and the Federal year Treasury note rose to 3.09 become negative as economic added 1.3 percent to $114.88. gained 1.1 percent to $14.49 an
Reserve about how to run mone- percent from 3.07 percent a day growth slows. Drive-in restaurant chain Sonic ounce. Copper fell 0.4 percent to
tary policy,” said David Kelly, earlier. Oil prices continued to rise after jumped 18.7 percent to $43.46 $2.82 a pound.

Into the fold? What’s next for Instagram as founders leave


By Barbara Ortutay and then some. Will Instagram users when Facebook snapped it one of its apps — Facebook, Facebook’s largest acquisition
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS disappear? Get cluttered with ads up for $1 billion; now it has a bil- Instagram, WhatsApp or (although it was dwarfed by the
and status updates? Suck up per- lion. It had no ads back then; it Messenger — each month. While $19 billion Zuckerberg paid for
sonal data for advertising the way now features both display and not particularly revealing, the WhatsApp two years later). And it
SAN FRANCISCO — When its parent does? Lose its cool? video ads, although they’re still measurement underscores the was the first startup allowed to
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger Worst of all: Will it just become restrained compared to Facebook. growing importance Facebook operate mostly independently.
sold Instagram to Facebook in another Facebook? But that could quickly change. places on those secondary apps. That has paid off big time. Not
2012, the photo-sharing startup’s “It’s probably a bigger chal- Facebook’s growth has started to Facebook doesn’t disclose how only did Instagram reach 1 billion
fiercely loyal fans worried about lenge (for Facebook) than most slow, and Wall Street has been much money Instagram pulls in, users faster than its parent compa-
what would happen to their people realize,” said Omar Akhtar, pushing the company to find new though Wedbush analyst Michael ny, it also succeeded in cloning a
beloved app under the social media an analyst at the technology ways to increase revenue. Pachter estimates it’ll be around popular Snapchat feature, dealing
giant’s wings. research firm Altimeter. Instagram has been a primary $6 billion this year, or just over a serious blow to that social net-
None of their worst fears materi- “Instagram is the only platform focus of those efforts. 10 percent of Facebook’s expected work upstart and succeeding where
alized. But now that its founders that is growing. And a lot of peo- Facebook has been elevating overall revenue of about $55.7 Facebook’s own attempts had
have announced they are leaving ple didn’t necessarily make the Instagram’s profile in its financial billion. repeatedly failed. Instagram also
in a swirl of well wishes and vague connection between Instagram discussions. In July, it unveiled a Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pioneered a long-form video fea-
explanations, some of the same and Facebook.” new metric for analysts, touting has long seen Instagram’s prom- ture to challenge YouTube, another
worries are bubbling up again — Instagram had just 31 million that 2.5 billion people use at least ise. At the time, it was by far big Facebook rival.

What’s yogurt? practices and consumer tastes — from its name, anyway. fall, it tested the “Dunkin”’ logo
Business briefs change. Doughnuts are still on the on a new store in Pasadena,
Industry wants Timothy Lytton, a professor of menu, but Dunkin’ Donuts is California; it has put the name on
answers are. Now it’s hopeful it
greater liberty to use term will finally get to use the term
law at Georgia State University, renaming itself Dunkin’ to reflect a few other stores since then.
notes the economic and political its increasing emphasis on coffee
NEW YORK — If low-fat yogurt with greater liberty, with the factors that determine food stan- “Our new branding is a clear
is blended with fatty ingredients Trump administration in the and other drinks, which make up signal that there’s something
dards. “These are social construc- 60 percent of its sales.
like coconut or chocolate, is it process of updating the yogurt tions,” Lytton said. new at Dunkin’. It speaks to the
still low-fat? Is it even yogurt? definition. The 68-year-old chain has breadth of our offerings, ” said
The U.S. government has rules The industry push to open up Just Dunkin’: Dunkin’ toyed with the idea for a while. In David Hoffman, the CEO Dunkin’
about what can be called the yogurt standard illustrates 2006, it released a new motto — Brands, the chain’s parent com-
“yogurt,” and the dairy industry how fraught it can be to define a Donuts to change its name “America runs on Dunkin’ — that pany, in a conference call with
says it’s not clear what the food, especially as manufacturing Dunkin’ is dropping the donuts didn’t mention doughnuts. Last media.

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in Coast Conference opener
Wednesday • Sept. 26, 2018

Cougars take charge


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

PORTOLA VALLEY — The shots on goal


were like rapid fire in Tuesday’s showdown
between Peninsula Athletic League Ocean
Division girls’ water polo frontrunners.
With both Terra Nova and Half Moon Bay’s
goalkeepers combining for 36 saves in the
match, however, points were at a premium.
In the end, Half Moon Bay (7-0 PAL
Ocean) moved into sole possession of first
place with a 9-6 victory over rival Terra
Nova on a sunny day at the Cougars’ part-
time home pool at Woodside Priory. The
Ocean Division is now at the midway point
of its league schedule.
Half Moon Bay now has its sights set on TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
unchartered waters, as the program has never Kendall Peters fires one her 12 match kills in
advanced to the Central Coast Section post- Notre Dame-Belmont’s four-set win over
season. Needless to say, standing toe to toe Sacred Heart Prep Tuesday at Moore Pavilion.
with the Ocean Division’s other CCS hope-
ful was an important test for the Cougars.
“Very important because I believe Terra
Nova is our hardest competition,” Half Moon
Tigers roar
Bay goalie Jennifer Martuscelli said. “Now
we’re halfway through the season. So we
have a shot to go undefeated and go to CCS.”
to 4-set win
Martuscelli totaled 15 saves, and fought
off a Terra Nova onslaught at the end of the
third quarter to keep what was then a two-
over Gators
By Terry Bernal
point lead intact.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
The junior shut out the Tigers (6-1) in the
fourth quarter, including a save on one of the
Of the West Bay Athletic League Foothill
fiercest shots on goal of the match, a heads-
Division’s three frontrunners, two are dealing
up spin shot by Terra Nova senior Kaia
with serious personnel changes from a season
Ford. The rebound went to Terra Nova junior
ago.
Kaylie Mini, who took aim from just off the
Reigning Division II Northern California
left post. Mini too was denied by a stellar
champion Sacred Heart Prep graduated the
Martuscelli save.
league MVP in outside hitter Cate Desler, now
Terra Nova keeper Carly Watts was equally
a freshman at Tufts University. Reigning
as impressive, and got tested more as the
league champion Menlo School lost both of
day wore on. The faster the shots Half Moon
its starting setters, one to graduation and the
Bay fired her way, the better the junior
other, returning senior Selina Xu, to injury.
standout performed. Watts totaled 21 saves
Then there is Notre Dame-Belmont, a team
in the match.
cruising along with essentially the same ros-
“She’s what kept us in the game,” Terra
ter with which it won the Central Coast
Nova head coach Don Potter said. “She con-
Section Division IV title a season ago.
tinuously blocked shots over and over and
Or, as Tigers head coach Jen Agresti calls it
over again. … She was phenomenal.” TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL — riding the wave.
Half Moon Bay senior Julie Raffetto takes aim in the Cougars’ 9-6 win Tuesday over Terra Nova
See POLO, Page 14 at Woodside Priory in Portola Valley. See VBALL, Page 15

Sharks set sights on Warriors vowing to


winning Stanley Cup live in the moment as
By Josh Dubow
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
they chase three-peat By Janie McCauley
SAN JOSE — Coach Peter DeBoer embraced
the high expectations for the San Jose Sharks THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
after general manager Doug Wilson presented
him two-time Norris Trophy-winning defense- OAKLAND — With unsettled contract situ-
man Erik Karlsson on the eve of training camp. ations making many of the players’ futures
A franchise that perpetually has fallen just beyond this season uncertain, Warriors
short so many times now has the pieces in coach Steve Kerr is encouraging his team
place to win it all. now more than ever to go with the flow, have
“It’s a pressure to win. There’ s no shirking fun and enjoy the moment.
that, there’s no hiding from it,” DeBoer said. USA TODAY SPORTS No pressure, even if the end goal is a three-
“I’m not a big believer in you don’t talk about Expectations for the San Jose Sharks have peat.
the Stanley Cup. There’s no hiding from that. Two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP Kevin KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS
gone through the roof since they acquired
That’s what we’re here to do. I think Doug and Erik Karlsson, one of the best defensemen in Durant signed a one-plus-one contract that Having won three titles in four years, Steph
ownership have sent a message to our group the NHL. allows him to become a free agent again next Curry and the Warriors witll be looking for
that they believe we’re one of the teams that summer, while fellow All-Stars Draymond their third straight this season.
gave San Jose the league’s top two scoring
has the capability of doing that. Now the jour- defensemen over the past decade in Karlsson Green and Klay Thompson could be up for more as training camps begin league-wide.
ney starts and it’s on us to get better every day and Brent Burns, a premier shutdown defense- extensions. That’s why Kerr is stressing going for it in
and make sure we give ourselves a chance to man in Marc-Edouard Vlasic and a group of tal- “Nothing lasts forever in this league, but what might be the final hurrah for the super-
win.” ented veteran forwards led by Joe Thornton, we’ve always said we want to keep this going star core of this team. Not that Durant, Green
The Sharks made the move to acquire captain Joe Pavelski, Logan Couture and last as long as we can, and we’re right in the thick nor Thompson is talking about leaving
Karlsson from Ottawa after striking out in an season’s big addition Evander Kane. of it,” two-time MVP Stephen Curry said. town.
attempt to sign star center John Tavares in free After two straight titles and three in four
agency. It was quite the consolation prize as it See SHARKS, Page 16 seasons, all eyes are on the East Bay once See WARRIORS, Page 16
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Colts drop conference opener Lawsuit calls multiple fouls


By Nathan Mollat
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
on basketball recruiting firm
It took only 13 minutes for the Cañada
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
College men’s soccer team to realize it still has
a lot of work to do if the Colts are to challenge “Students hoping to play college
for a Coast Conference South division title. BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — An upstate New or professional sports shouldn’t
It was during a 13-minute span in the first half York basketball recruiting business lured
that De Anza scored three times in the Coast players with college and professional aspi- have to worry that a business is
Conference South opener for both teams and rations through false claims of providing preying on those dreams in order
then held off the 10-man Colts over the final 40 “the very best” coaching, training and edu-
minutes to post a 3-1 victory. cational facilities only to leave some play- to make a quick buck.”
It was a bit of a wake-up call for the Colts, ers crammed into inadequate housing, under- — Barbara Underwood, New York Democrat
who had earned an honorable mention in the fed and enrolled in a school not recognized
CCCSIA ranking that came out at the end of last by the state, New York’s attorney general representing the company yet.
week. Cañada came into the game having post- said Tuesday.
ed a 4-1-1 record in non-conference play, their Democrat Barbara Underwood announced The lawsuit also names Chris Bevin, CEO
only loss being a 4-0 blanking at defending Tuesday that a lawsuit she filed in a state and managing member of AAUConnect, and
state champion Fresno. court in Binghamton seeks to stop his wife Hazel Ward, head of admissions.
The Colts, however, were knocked down a AAUConnect in nearby Endicott from According to the lawsuit, both live at an
peg by the 15th-ranked Dons. “engaging in fraudulent and deceptive con- unknown location outside the United States.
“[De Anza] did a really good job of coming out NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL duct.”
The company, also known as New York Bevin’s biography on AAUConnect’s
organized and disciplined, so hats off to them,” Cañada defender Oisin Doherty-Fagen heads website lists him as a coach and head of bas-
said Cañada head coach Erik Gaspar. “We had a a ball away during a 3-1 loss to De Anza. International Academy, boasted of having
the best post-graduate girls’ program in the ketball development. His bio page says he
couple errors and they punished us. Beside those time, when you have a new team — and we’re attended high school in Binghamton and
13 minutes, the game was good for us.” Northeast yet had no such program in place,
young — I think the process is what ultimately the lawsuit said. Seattle, Washington, and enrolled in four
Down three goals at halftime, the climb decides success.” colleges over a five-year period. For coach-
became nearly impossible for the Colts when It also said enrolled players were promised
The Colts won’t have a lot of time to ponder “upscale” meals, college-like living ing experience, his bio lists jobs in the
they lost Austin Lopacinski to his second yel- the “what ifs” of the De Anza game as they con- U.S. and Europe.
low card in the 50th minute, forcing the Colts to arrangements and college-quality playing
tinue league play against Peninsula rival facilities. Instead, Underwood said players
play the final 40 minutes with only 10 players. Skyline Friday. The Trojans also opened their According to the lawsuit, when some
And yet, the Colts somehow dominated play were fed in a “stripped-down room,” housed enrolled players arrived in Endicott in
Coast Conference South campaign Tuesday, bat- in a “filthy” building and played in commu-
the rest of the way. Cañada got on the score- tling conference power Hartnell, ranked No. 13 October 2016, they were placed in a run-
board five minutes later when midfielder Andy nity centers and church gyms. The compa- down house without a working stove or
in the state, to a scoreless draw. ny’s claim of having a high school was also
Arreguin Diaz converted a pass from defender Skyline now has a three game unbeaten microwave and no promised cable TV or
Oisin Doherty-Fagen and continued to pressure false because the owners never obtained internet. The $3,000 meal plan advertised
record, beating Foothill and Lassen in their two authority from the state Department of
the De Anza defense. previous starts. Trojans goalkeeper Cesar as being prepared by an experienced chef
The Colts caught some bad luck when a curl- Education to operate one, she said. turned out to be two inadequate meals a day
Contreras has been on top of his game, posting “Students hoping to play college or pro-
ing shot from 25 yards caromed off the crossbar three straight clean sheets. made by a local cook and only served on
in the 60th minute and, in the 68th minute, Raul fessional sports shouldn’t have to worry weekdays, the lawsuit said.
Skyline, which finished second in the Coast that a business is preying on those dreams
Rangel’s back-post run off a corner kick result- Conference South last year, has allowed a total
ed in his lofting a shot well over the top of the in order to make a quick buck,” Underwood The lawsuit seeks to prohibit Bevin and
of four goals this season. said. “My office will not tolerate those who Ward from owning and operating a basket-
goal. “Skyline has had a good run at it recently. It’s
“I think the guys showed great character and scam students and their families.” ball recruiting business in New York until
nice to have quality (programs) on the Mes s ag es l eft wi t h AAUCo n n ect they post a $250,000 bond. The lawsuit
battled. … This is a great group of guys, athlet- Peninsula,” Gaspar said. “But no matter who it
ically and academically,” Gaspar said. “A lot of weren’t returned. The attorney general’s also seeks restitution for players and their
is, Friday is huge.” office said no lawyer was known to be families.

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TUESDAY
Local sports roundup
the Gryphons picked up their first league
victory by beating Notre Dame-Belmont.
A’s loss a clincher for Astros
By Tim Booth bats and you got to get a little break once in
Girls’ golf Girls’ water polo THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a while,” Seattle manager Scott Servais
said.
South City 209, Sequoia 216 Menlo School 11, Mitty 7
SEATTLE — The A’s knew they’d been for- Ben Gamel walked with one out in the
Catherine Batang shot a 3-over 30 to lead
The Knights downed the Monarchs in a tunate to get this deep in the season without 11th against Emilio Pagan (3-1), and
the Warriors to the Ocean Division win over
non-league match. seeing their bullpen blow a late lead. Herrmann batted for Andrew Romine. He
the Cherokees at Mariner’s Point.
Menlo led 6-4 at halftime before outscor- sent an 0-1 fastball out to deep right-center
Sequoia’s Jordan Schwartz was the next It finally happened on Tuesday night, and
ing Mitty 2-0 in the third to get some field for his second home run of the season.
closest golfer, shooting a 40. in the process wrapped up the AL West title
breathing room. It was the fourth game-ending hit of his
South City’s Katrina Hui came in with a 41 for the Houston Astros and sent the A’s into
Annie Bisconti led the attack for Menlo, career, two of those homers.
and Briana Padilla shot a 45. Claire a wild-card matchup with the New York
scoring four times. Sophie Golub netted a “I hate extra-inning games, I’m sure a lot
Williams added a 43 for Sequoia, while Yankees.
hat trick, while Sydney Bianchi scored a of people do,” Herrmann said. “Just try to
Kendall Johnston and Maya Hirano each Pinch-hitter Chris Herrmann’s two-run
pair of goals. Meg Reinstra and Sophie make the best of my opportunity tonight
finished with 44s for the Cherokees. homer in the 11th inning capped Seattle’s
Reynolds each scored one apiece. and I was just telling myself to make con-
late rally and gave the Mariners a 10-8 win tract here. Knew that guy has a pretty good
Girls’ tennis MONDAY over Oakland. Seattle overcame an 8-5 fastball, Pagan, and just really wanted to
San Mateo 7, Burlingame 0 eighth-inning deficit and dropped the A’s 2 make solid contract. That was my goal and
The Bearcats blasted the rival Panthers in 1/2 games behind the Yankees for home- just kind of got it up in the air for a home
a PAL Bay Division match, winning all Girls’ golf field advantage in the Oct. 3 winner-take-all run so it worked out in our favor.”
seven matches in straight sets. Half Moon Bay 205, Sequoia 226 matchup. Alex Colome (7-5) pitched the 11th for
Megan Stretch, playing at No. 3 singles, Daniela Benito carded her best round of Oakland had been 68-0 when leading after the victory.
was especially dominant, winning 6-0, 6-1. the year to help lead the Cougars to the PAL seven innings. A day after clinching no worse than a
The Bearcats No. 1 doubles team of Lian Ocean Division win at Mariner’s Point. “We have a lot of confidence we’re going wild-card berth, Oakland took a 6-3 lead in
Ting and Jully Huang were just as good, Playing in the last group, Benito finished to finish games, our bullpen is such a the first two innings off Mike Leake. Nick
dropping just two games in a 6-0, 6-2 victo- her round with a 39. Randi Marshall shot the strength for us,” Oakland manager Bob Martini had a two-run triple and Matt Joyce
ry. Grace Wang posted a 6-2, 6-2 win for low round of the day, finishing with a 37 for Melvin said. “To go perfect through the a two-run single off Leake, and Marcus
San Mateo at No. 2 singles. the Cougars. course of a season is probably tough to do.” Semien added his 14th home run leading off
San Mateo improves to 4-2 in Bay Seattle’s rally started with Denard Span’s the fifth inning. But the A’s went scoreless
Division play and 6-3 overall. Burlingame Menlo School 215, Castilleja 218 two-run double off Fernando Rodney in the after Matt Olson’s RBI double in the sixth
falls to 3-3, 4-4. eighth. Blake Treinen was one strike from inning.
The Knights handed the Gators their first
loss in WBAL play with the win at Sharon closing out his 38th save in the ninth, but Oakland starter Brett Anderson lasted just
Aragon 4, Hillsdale 3 Heights Golf & Country Club. Nelson Cruz punched a two-out single, 2 1/3 innings, giving up seven hits and five
The Dons took three of the four singles Ryon Healy reached when third baseman runs.
matches to hold off the Knights in a Bay Vikki Xu and Sulwen Ma each fired 2-over
Matt Chapman bobbled his grounder for an “Anytime you’re handed a three-run lead
Division meeting. 38s to lead Menlo (5-1 WBAL). Gianna
error and Kyle Seager hit an RBI single. and cough it up, and cough up another three-
Christina Wu, playing at No. 1 singles, Inguagiato finished with a 40 for the
Treinen had allowed just one hit in his pre- run lead it’s frustrating,” Anderson said. “If
and fourth singles Romy Pachtner each won Knights.
vious 13 appearances. I did any semblance of my job we should
their matches 6-1, 6-1 for Aragon (3-3 PAL Harker’s Niav Layton earned low-round
honors, shooting a even-par 36 for “We know they’re loaded in the bullpen have won this game. But unfortunately that
Bay, 6-3 overall). Jessica Fu won her No. 2 and you got to grind it out, have good at- wasn’t the case.”
singles match 6-3, 6-2, while the Dons’ No. Castilleja (6-1).
1 doubles team was the most dominant as
Marie Pachtner and Yasmina Malouf won 6-
1, 6-0.
Harker 196, Sacred Heart Prep 261
The Eagles had all five of its scoring
MadBum’s bat wins it in 12th
Hillsdale (2-4, 5-4) got wins from Elena golfers shoot 41 or less to easily beat the By Michael Wagaman compete and play as hard as you ordinarily
Roser, 1-6, 6-3, (12-10) at No. 3 singles, Gators at Sharon Heights. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS would but this is the time you have to look
Anusha Yelanji and Lliessa Kimura won at Harker’s Sophie Zhang-Murphy shot an yourself in the mirror and go out there and do
No. 2 doubles, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2, while the No. even-par 36 to take low-medalist honors. your job, earn your paycheck,” Bumgarner
3 doubles tandem of Natalie Schmier and Katelyn Vo finished with a 39 for the SAN FRANCISCO — Giants manager said “As soon as we ran out of guys, I got my
Minami Suruki posted a 6-4, 0-6, (10-3) vic- Eagles, while Natalie Vo and Olivia Guo Bruce Bochy was out of options after empty- cleats and my jersey on.”
tory. each finished with 40s. Tina Xu rounded the ing his bench of position players three San Francisco blew a 4-3 lead in the ninth
scoring for Harker with a 41. innings earlier and with the potential win- when Wil Myers doubled and scored off Tony
Crystal Springs 6, Notre Dame-Belmont 1 ning run at third base in the 12th inning. Watson. But the Giants rallied in the 12th
SHP was led by Danielle Sarkisian, who
Then, he turned to his best hitting pitcher. after going hitless the previous four
After dropping two straight to open West finished with a 45. Hannah Lesti carded a
Bay Athletic League Foothill Division play, 49. It worked perfectly. innings.
Madison Bumgarner had the first game- After Hernandez tripled off Rowan Wick
ending hit of his career, a pinch-hit single (0-1), Bochy called for Bumgarner.
that drove in Gorkys Hernandez, and lifted Bumgarner took a called strike and then
the Giants to a 5-4 victory over the San lined a sharp single past third baseman
Diego Padres on Tuesday night. Myers to drive in the winning run. It was
The Giants recorded their 10th walk-off Bumgarner’s fourth career pinch-hit and first
win of the season, and won for just the fifth since July 31, 2016. He has six hits and
time in 22 games. three RBIs in 41 at-bats for a .146 average.
“It’s tough this time of year to come and He has a career batting average of .182.

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MLB briefs
Nationals RHP Scherzer reaches Angels’ Ohtani to have
300 strikeouts for the season Tommy John surgery in October
WASHINGTON — Nationals right-hander ANAHEIM — Los Angeles Angels two-
Max Scherzer has become the 17th major way rookie Shohei Ohtani will have Tommy
league pitcher since 1900 John surgery next week.
to strike out at least 300 The Angels confirmed Ohtani’s long-
batters in a season. expected decision on elbow ligament
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Scherzer reached the replacement Tuesday. Dr. Neal ElAttrache
milestone by getting will perform the surgery in Los Angeles.
Terra Nova’s Carly Watts, left, and HMB’s Jennifer Martuscelli combined for 36 saves Tuesday.
Austin Dean of the Miami Ohtani won’t be able to pitch for the
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Ohtani went 4-2 with a 3.31 ERA in 10
POLO straight goals to open the second half, get-
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Nelson and Jenar.
The Cougars knew what they were up
Tuesday night. That was mostly outstanding starts for the Angels, Continued from page 11 against in Watts. Several Half Moon Bay
Max Scherzer Scherzer’s 10th K of the but he has pitched just once since early June players train at the Burlingame Aquatics
game. after developing a strained right elbow. He Center along with Terra Nova’s keeper. So,
He has 10 strikeouts or more in a majors- returned to the mound Sept. 2, but incurred Through the opening three minutes of the
game, it looked as though the matchup the strategy going into the match was to
high 18 of his 33 starts in 2018. more damage to his elbow ligament. back off the power game.
Scherzer entered Tuesday 17-7 with a 2.57 Ohtani has continued as the Angels’ desig- might be a cakewalk for Watts. While Half
Moon Bay managed three softball shots, it “Our lead scorers are familiar with that
ERA as he tries to earn a third consecutive nated hitter. He is batting .280 with 56 RBIs goalie,” McLaughlin said. “So we really
NL Cy Young Award with Washington. He after hitting his 21st homer Monday. was slow goings, with Terra Nova jumping
out to a 1-0 lead less than two minutes in on wanted to work on our shot placement.”
also won the AL honor in 2013 for the After Terra Nova cut the lead to 8-6 with
Detroit Tigers. Hall of Famer Barry Larkin not a goal by senior Katelyn Federico.
2:16 to go in the third quarter on a Mini
Half Moon Bay responded with a
Assault charge against Astros a candidate for Reds manager vengeance though. The Cougars went on to
score, Martuscelli endured on onslaught on
the following two possessions.
CINCINNATI — Hall of Fame shortstop Barry score four unanswered goals in the first quar-
pitcher Roberto Osuna dropped Larkin is not a candidate to become the ter by four different players — senior Julie
With 1:25 left in the third, Ford fired a spin
TORONTO — An assault charge against Cincinnati Reds manager. shot that got past Martuscelli, but it hit the
Raffetto, senior Kacie Sorfleet, sophomore
pitcher Roberto Osuna has been dropped. President of Baseball Operations Dick crossbar. Less that a minute later, Martuscelli
Rachel Jenar and junior Lilly Nelson — and
In exchange, he agreed Tuesday to a one- Williams said Tuesday that Larkin prefers to received an exclusion penalty, to which Mini
added a fifth straight score to start the sec-
year “peace bond,” requiring him to not con- remain in his current role of helping develop immediately reacted by putting the ball in the
ond quarter with Sorfleet finishing on a fast
tact the woman and to continue counseling. minor leaguers. empty net. The shot was waived off, however,
break to up the lead to 5-1.
Osuna, formerly with the Toronto Blue A Cincinnati native, Larkin spent his entire due to being inside the 2-meter mark.
“Our first quarter is usually our slowest After Kacie Norfleet scored with 5:33
Jays and now with the Houston Astros, was 19-year big league career with the Reds. quarter,” Half Moon Bay head coach Heather
charged in May with assault in a domestic Manager Bryan Price, who was fired on April remaining to up the lead to 9-6, Half Moon
McLaughlin said. “Especially in this pool Bay missed five shots on two consecutive
violence case. 19 along with pitching coach Mack Jenkins (at Priory), we have no time to warm up.”
The 23-year-old player did not speak to after a 3-15 start. Bench coach Jim Riggleman possessions, including two attempts going
Then Watts turned the battle into a brawl and off the post, one going wide and two mon-
reporters as he left court following a hear- was promoted to interim manager and Danny her Terra Nova team woke up around her.
ing. His lawyer has said his client was Darwin was brought up from Triple-A Louisville ster saves by Watts.
Playing with only nine players, Terra Nova Offense proved the best defense for the
remorseful but planned to plead not guilty to replace Jenkins. Louisville manager Pat
was dealt a blow when senior Karina Pranza Cougars, though, as they used two late
had the matter gone to trial. Kelly took over as Cincinnati’s bench coach.
was disqualified in the second quarter. Her fel- steals to control the ball through most of
Major League Baseball suspended Osuna Kelly, third base coach Billy Hatcher and first
low Tigers rallied in her absence, though, the closing five minutes.
without pay for 75 games for violating its base coach Freddie Benavides were interviewed
scoring three unanswered goals to close out Terra Nova will get its chance to rematch
domestic violence policy. The Blue Jays during Cincinnati’s series at Miami last week-
the first half. Junior Brooke Garrett scored off with Half Moon Bay on the final day of the
then dealt him to Houston on July 30. end, Williams said.
a steal and assist from Mini with 3:55 remain- regular season Thursday, Oct. 18 at Terra
ing in the half, followed by goals from senior Nova.
Katelyn Federico and Ford to cut Half Moon “I think we’re still in the running,” Potter
Bay’s lead to 5-4 heading into the break. said. “We’ve only lost one game … so we’re
Half Moon Bay reciprocated with three right there.”

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title a year ago.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB
WHAT’S ON TAP
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 26
Boys’ water polo
VBALL “We had the same starting lineup
we used last year in the Nor Cal semi-
finals,” Pan said. “We’re very com-
x-Boston 106 51 .675 —
Hillsdale at Carlmont, 4 p.m.; Menlo School at Menlo- Continued from page 11 fortable (in that lineup). That’s like
x-Atlanta 89 68 .567 — Atherton, Burlingame at Woodside, 5 p.m.; St.
y-New York 97 60 .618 9 Ignatius at Serra, 7 p.m. our normal positions.”
Washington 80 78 .506 9 1/2
Tampa Bay 87 70 .554 19 NDB (3-0 WBAL Foothill, 13-5 The Tigers opened the final set on
Philadelphia 78 79 .497 11 Girls’ water polo
Toronto 71 87 .449 35 1/2 Castilleja vs. Notre Dame-Belmont at Serra, 4 p.m.; overall) is currently in the barrel of a a 6-0 run, spurred by three straight
New York 73 84 .465 16
Baltimore 45 111 .288 60 1/2 Aragon at Carlmont, 5 p.m.; Sacred Heart Prep at
three-match win streak to open kills from Schackel (tooling the
Miami 62 95 .395 27 Presentation, 5:30 p.m.; Bellarmine at Sacred Heart
Prep, 6:30 p.m.; Menlo School at Menlo-Atherton, league play after taking down SHP in right-side block), Pan (taking aim
Central Division Burlingame at Woodside, 6 p.m.
four sets 25-15, 16-25, 25-18, 25- from the left side) and sophomore
Central Division
x-Cleveland 88 69 .561 —
Women’s college volleyball 13 Tuesday night at Moore Pavilion. outside hitter Abby Miller (a fade
Chicago 91 66 .580 — Minnesota 72 84 .462 15 1/2 over the right-side double block)
Skyline at Las Positas-Livermore, Cañada at Mon-
Milwaukee 91 67 .576 1/2 terey Peninsula, 6:30 p.m. The Tigers are a streaky bunch
Detroit 64 93 .408 24
though. They dominated Game 1 before senior setter Rachel Liu
St. Louis 87 71 .551 4 1/2 Chicago 62 95 .395 26 scored an ace, and Miler put down a
THURSDAY, Sept. 27 behind a balanced attack that saw
Pittsburgh 80 76 .513 10 1/2 Kansas City 55 102 .350 33 Girls’ tennis block followed by a kill.
Cincinnati 66 92 .418 25 1/2 Aragon at Carlmont, El Camino at Burlingame, Half seven different players register kills,
Moon Bay at Menlo-Atherton,San Mateo at Hillsdale, including three apiece from sopho- NDB junior libero Delaney Walsh
West Division Woodside at South City, Oceana at Sequoia, Terra
more middle Kelly Schackel, sopho- also had several key digs in the run,
West Division x-Houston 100 57 .637 — Nova at Mills,Westmoor at Capuchino,Crystal Springs
vs Castilleja at Rinconada Park,4 p.m.;Notre Dame-Bel- more opposite Miranda Chan and including a one-handed dive out
Los Angeles 88 70 .557 — y-Oakland 95 63 .601 5 1/2 mont vs Harker at Blackford Campus, 4:15 p.m.
senior setter Krissy Smoot. NDB across the back row.
Colorado 87 70 .554 1/2 Seattle 86 71 .548 14
Los Angeles 77 81 .487 23 1/2 Girls’ volleyball totaled 15 kills to SHP’s six, and “When we get momentum, we join
Arizona 80 78 .506 8 Crystal Springs at Woodside Priory, El Camino at together as one team and play our
Texas 66 91 .420 34 South City,Mills at Capuchino,Jefferson at Westmoor, added a flurry of five service aces.
Giants 73 85 .462 15
Terra Nova at Sequoia, 5:15 p.m.; San Mateo at Half Game 2 was a different story best,” Walsh said.
San Diego 63 95 .399 25 Moon Bay, Burlingame at Menlo-Atherton, Wood- SHP (2-1, 9-13) is finding a feel
z-clinched playoff berth side at Aragon,Carlmont at Hillsdale,6:15 p.m.; Menlo though. They still outdueled the
x-clinched division School at Notre Dame-Belmont, Mercy-SF at Sacred Gators in the kill department 12-11. for its offense, though, with fresh-
x-clinched division Heart Prep, Mercy-Burlingame at Harker, 6:30 p.m.
But 10 unforced errors proved NDB’s man setter Millie Muir at the outset
Tuesday’s Games Boys’ water polo undoing. of what looks to be a promising vol-
Tuesday’s Games Baltimore at Boston,ppd. Terra Nova at Aragon, Capuchino at Priory, 4 p.m.; Se- “That’s how we are right now,” leyball career.
quoia at San Mateo, 5 p.m.
Kansas City 4, Cincinnati 3 Kansas City 4,Cincinnati 3 Agresti said. “We’re figuring things At 6-1, she already fits the varsity
Washington 9, Miami 4 Houston 4,Toronto 1 Girls’ water polo out. We’re great moment, then next bill. She dispersed assists for senior
Atlanta 7, N.Y. Mets 3 N.Y.Yankees 9,Tampa Bay 2 Capuchino vs. Half Moon Bay at Priory, 5 p.m.; Terra outside hitter Ally Polverari’s team-
Nova at Hillsdale, 5:30 p.m.; Mercy-Burlingame vs. it’s back to the drawing board.”
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago Cubs 0 Chicago White Sox 5,Cleveland 4 Mills at Priory, Sequoia at San Mateo, 6 p.m. Agresti literally drew up new high eight kills.
Milwaukee 12, St. Louis 4 Detroit 4,Minnesota 2
FRIDAY, Sept. 28 attacking assignments, switching “It’s definitely been a process,”
Colorado 10, Philadelphia 3 L.A.Angels 4,Texas 1 Muir said. “We have some great sen-
Football up the attack to different hitters, to
Arizona 4, L.A. Dodgers 3 Seattle 10,Oakland 8,11 innings Menlo-Atherton at Aragon, Hillsdale at King’s Acad- ior leadership.”
emy, South City at Sequoia, El Camino at Carlmont, right the ship. This is where the
San Francisco 5, San Diego 4, 12 innings Wednesday’s Games During SHP’s Northern California
Jefferson at Woodside, El Camino at Carlmont, Jef- Tigers are dealing from spoils of
Houston (TBD) at Toronto (Reid-Foley 2-4),1:07 p.m. ferson at Woodside, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday’s Games riches. They’ve got an array of dual title run last season, Muir was one of
Kansas City (Fillmyer 3-2) at Cincinnati (Reed 1-2),3:40 p.m.
Miami (Chen 6-11) atWashington (Roark 9-15),1:05 p.m. Women’s college volleyball threats in their lineup — senior out- the team’s biggest fans as an eighth-
Baltimore (Ramirez 1-7) at Boston (Sale 12-4),4:10 p.m.
KC (Fillmyer 3-2) at Cincinnati (Reed 1-2), 3:40 p.m. San Jose vs Cañada at CSM, CSM at Monterey Penin- side hitter Kendall Peters (12 kills grader at Sacred Heart Prep Middle
N.Y.Yankees (TBD) at Tampa Bay (TBD),4:10 p.m. sula, Skyline at West Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Atlanta (Newcomb 12-9) at Mets (deGrom 9-9),4:10 p.m. and 13 digs) and senior outside hitter School.
Cleveland (Tomlin 2-5) at White Sox (TBD),5:10 p.m.
Milwaukee (Chacin 14-8) at St.Louis (Gant 7-6),4:10 p.m.
Detroit (Boyd9-12)at Minnesota (Odorizzi7-10),5:10 p.m.
Men’s college soccer Vanessa Pan (10 kills and 15 digs) “I was definitely a fan of theirs last
Skyline at Cañada, 1:30 p.m.
Pitt (Nova 9-9) at Cubs (Quintana 13-11), 5:05 p.m.
Texas (Mendez 2-2) at Angels (Heaney 9-10),7:07 p.m. each had double-doubles. year,” Muir said.
Philly (Pivetta 7-13) at Colorado (Marquez 13-10),5:40 p.m. A’s (Jackson 6-3) at Seattle (Hernandez 8-13),7:10 p.m.
Women’s college soccer By Game 4, though, it was back to Next up for NDB is another big
Chabot at Cañada, 4 p.m.; Skyline at Cabrillo, 7 p.m.
Dodgers(Stripling8-5)atArizona(Greinke14-11),6:40p.m. Thursday’s Games a tried and true lineup that led NDB to test as the Tigers host Menlo School
San Diego (Lauer 6-7) at Giants (Bumgarner 6-6),7:15 p.m. N.Y.Yankees at Tampa Bay,10:10 a.m. SATURDAY, Sept. 29 the Northern California Division II Thursday night at 6:30 p.m.
Football
Thursday’s Games Houston at Baltimore,4:05 p.m. Bellarmine at Serra, 1 p.m.; College of San Mateo at championship game. And the Tigers “We definitely have an advantage
Philadelphia at Colorado, 12:10 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota,5:10 p.m. Modesto, 6 p.m. played like they were intent on because we have all our players and
Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 4:10 p.m. Cleveland at Kansas City,5:15 p.m. Women’s college volleyball
exacting revenge on the Gators, who we’re healthy,” Pan said. “It’s going
Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, 5:05 p.m. Texas at Seattle,7:10 p.m. Skyline at Ohlone-Fremont tournament, 3 p.m. won the showdown for the Nor Cal to be a big week for us.”

TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL GREEN BAY PACKERS —Released C Austin Davis from the prac-
American League
BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Recalled OF Austin Hays from Bowie
tice squad. Signed G Anthony Coyle to the practice squad.
NEW YORK GIANTS — Waived/injured WR Kaelin Clay. Signed
CRUISES t TOURS t LAND PACKAGES t AIR
(EL) and placed him on the 60-day DL. Selected the contract of TE Garrett Dickerson from the practice squad.
LHP John Means from Norfolk (IL). TENNESSEE TITANS — Placed OLKevin Pamphile on injured re-
National League serve. Released DL Deon Simon and QB Logan Woodside from
CINCINNATI REDS — Named Shawn Pender vice president of the practice squad. Agreed to terms with QB Austin Davis. Signed
player development and Eric Lee senior director of player de- WR Kalif Raymond and G Ian Silberman to the practice squad.
velopment. Signed a player development contract with NHL
Chattanooga (SL) through the 2020 season. ARIZONA COYOTES — Assigned LW Kevin Klima, C Lane Ped-
NEW YORK METS — Reinstated 3B David Wright from the 60- erson, D Kyle Capobianco and Robbie Russo, RWs Hudson
day DL. Fasching and Jens Looke and Gs Adin Hill and Hunter Miska to
NFL Tucson (AHL).
ARIZONA CARDINALS — Released DE Alec James from the CAROLINA HURRICANES — Assigned Fs Morgan Geekie and
practice squad. Signed DE Ufomba Kamalu to the practice squad. Andrew Poturalski, D Dan Renouf and G Callum Booth to Char-
BUFFALO BILLS —Traded OL Marshall Newhouse to Carolina for lotte (AHL).
a conditional draft pick. Signed OL Jeremiah Sirles to a one-year DETROIT RED WINGS — Assigned LW Dylan Sadowy to Toledo
contract. (ECHL). Released D Brenden Kotyk and Matt Register, G Pat Nagle
CHICAGO BEARS — Released DB Jonathon Mincy from the and Fs Luke Kirwan, Bryan Moore and Jordan Topping from try-
practice squad. out contracts and assigned them to Toledo.
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in San Francisco. clearly enjoying himself for years to come. The next step is hardly
WARRIORS
Continued from page 11
“I mean, I definitely
don’t approach it like
we’re playing with house
and all this team has
accomplished. The
Warriors posed with their
weighing heavily on his mind as practice
gets underway.

money. We do have three three title trophies from “I’m confident that I’ll be here for a very
championships. They’re the past four seasons. long time, so it’s not something I’m going
“We are playing with some house money. all in the past,” Green And why not? into the season thinking about. Like all that
We won three of the last four championships. said. “It’s about They all know how hard stuff will be taken care of when it’s best for
Our place in the history of the league is pret- approaching each year it is to maintain such dom- me, when it’s best for the team,” Green said.
ty secure,” Kerr said. “I don’t think our guys with that same goal and inance year after year. “I’m not looking at this one-sided like, ‘Oh
should feel a ton of pressure. I think they Draymond Steve Kerr
Green that same mentality. And “We have a lot to cele- man, I’ve, got to do what’s right for
should feel the importance of trying to do it the point you get to the brate. Three titles in the last four years. A Draymond.’ It’s a partnership. And it’s a fam-
again, because this may be the last time we point where, ‘Oh, man, we’re just playing chance to add another one in our final season ily. And doing the right thing for everyone
have this current iteration of the Warriors, house money, we already got it,’ you’re done. at Oracle. A bunch of free agents next sum- involved is important.”
just given all the free agents and the money “None of us are ready for this run to come mer,” Kerr said. “A lot could change. We
crunch and everything else. So we don’t to an end. So we’ve got to continue to don’t know. Obviously we want to keep this Kerr knows his players realize how special
know what’s going to happen. So why not approach it like we’ve got zero. And that’s thing going, but at some point you just have a time this is for them and the franchise.
just go all out and enjoy every step of the cliche and impossible to do, but you want to to enjoy the moment, enjoy the now because
way?” try to get as close to that as you possibly there’s going to be so much speculation as to “They really enjoy being around each
Oh, you can bet these Warriors won’t be can. And that’s my mindset always entering what’s ahead. Nobody knows what’s ahead.” other. They really enjoy the process,” Kerr
satisfied with anything short of another the season.” While Green understands the business side said. “And having won several champi-
championship — especially as they play A chuckling Curry stood between Green of basketball and the challenges that come onships, I think they feel like, ‘All right ...
their final season in Oakland before moving and Thompson during Monday’s media day with it, he would like to be in the Bay Area we’ve done some damage and let’s keep it
into the snazzy new Chase Center next year rolling,”’

son as he dealt with vari- could get back to the level they were at in because you know you have two finishers on

SHARKS
Continued from page 11
ous injuries, posting a
.915 save percentage in
the regular season. But
2015-16, when San Jose ranked third on the
power play on the way to the Cup final.
your line,” Thornton said.

TIMO AND TOMAS


Jones once again stepped THORNTON’S HEALTH While much of the focus in San Jose is on
up his game in the play- The Sharks have been hurt the past two the veteran core, success could depend heav-
The addition of Karlsson gives San Jose offs, where his .926 save seasons by serious knee injuries to ily on two forwards under the age of 25 who
perhaps the most complete roster in the percentage in three post- Thornton. He played in showed good promise last year. Tomas Hertl
Pacific Division and the necessary ingredi- seasons for San Jose is the playoffs on a torn left was tied for second on the team with a
ents to make it back to the Stanley Cup Martin Jones the highest of any goalie ACL in 2017 and then career-high 22 goals and was dominant at
Final after being knocked out in the first and with at least 15 starts missed the final three times in the playoffs on the wing alongside
second round of the playoffs the past two during that span. months last year with a Couture. The 21-year-old Timo Meier had 21
seasons.
torn ACL in the other goals in his first full season and has the
“There’s really no excuses,” Kane said. POWER OUTAGE knee. Thornton played at potential to be a 30-goal scorer.
“It’s up to us to put it all together, put it on One of the main goals the Sharks had this a high level in the final
the ice, have a good season and like I said, offseason was improving a power-play unit month before the injury DOWN THE MIDDLE
having that focus on not being satisfied that ranked 16th in the league last season at last January and the
with making the playoffs or going deep in The trade for Karlsson did leave one hole in
20.6 percent. The addition of Karlsson should Joe Thornton Sharks believe he can the roster at center on the third and fourth
the playoffs but winning the Stanley Cup.” provide a big boost. He is an elite power-play still be an impact player
Here are some other things to watch with lines. With Chris Tierney in Ottawa, the
quarterback and his ability to carry the puck at age 39, especially on a line with scorers Sharks will have to decide whether to move
the Sharks this season: into the offensive zone and set up the play like Pavelski and Kane. Hertl down to the third-line center role or hope
should free up Burns more for his big shot. “To have the luxury of passing to two Finnish newcomer Antti Suomela can fill that
BETWEEN THE PIPES With Thornton, Couture and Pavelski also goal-scorers it’s something you enjoy and role. The fourth-line center could go to a rook-
Martin Jones was inconsistent last sea- expected to be on the top unit, the Sharks you look forward to coming to the rink ie, either Rourke Chartier or Dylan Gambrell.
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Dive into a rich dish of zucchini, basil and mozzarella with a vegetable peeler
By Elizabeth Karmel
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clean and trim zucchini — you can use a
combination of yellow squash and zucchini
This summer, my sister, Mary Pat, trav- if you like.
eled to Italy on a bike tour. One of the Using a mandoline or a v-slicer, slice all
advantages of biking through Italy is that the zucchini into thin rounds. Sprinkle with
you can eat anything and everything you kosher salt as you fill a colander with the
want and not worry a bit about the calories. slices. Let sit for 30 minutes. Some liquid
Turns out, my sister’s favorite dish was will drain out of the colander so place in a
actually a healthy dish of local zucchini, clean sink or put a dishtowel under the
tomato sauce, basil and fresh mozzarella. It colander.
was served to her in a generous square like After 30 minutes, run cold water over the
lasagna, but instead of noodles, the layers salted zucchini slices for several minutes
were made up of thinly sliced zucchini. and toss the zucchini with your hands to
Once she got home, she started experi- make sure all layers are rinsed. Wrap the
menting and re-creating what she ate from rinsed zucchini in clean kitchen towels to
taste memory — and of course she told me dry and drain. You want the zucchini to be as
about it! It sounded so simple, yet so deli- dry as possible. I divide mine into two dif-
cious that I had to try it. I have now made it ferent towels to dry.
three times and decided to write it down and Meanwhile, mix crushed tomatoes with
pass it along since there is still so much the tomato paste, herbs, salt and pepper.
beautiful zucchini and squash available in The beauty of this dish is that you can make the dish in advance and bake just before serving, This will be your tomato sauce for the lay-
the farmers’ markets. Better yet, in most or make it and re-heat it. ers. Reserve one cluster of leaves for gar-
towns, you can buy good zucchini all year to each layer as it adds a “meatiness” or nato and served it with beer-can chicken and nish and cut the rest of the fresh basil leaves
long. umami that contributes to the savory nature cornbread, it was a dinner that delivered on into chiffonade or tear into pieces and set
This is one of those dishes where the of the dish. taste, but was easy on the cook — and that aside. Slice the fresh mozzarella into slices
whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Before you assemble the dish, you must is my favorite way to eat and entertain! and squeeze between paper towels to absorb
This dish has the simple flavors of Italy — slice the zucchini with a mandoline and salt excess moisture. Tear into pieces.
tomatoes, basil and mozzarella — layered it to remove the excess moisture. The slic- MY SISTER’S ZUCCHINI GRATINATO Preheat the oven to 400 F and assemble
between thin slices of zucchini but the end ing of the zucchini, and prepping it for the the dish.
result is positively addicting. Once you casserole is a little time consuming but it is Servings: 9 Begin the laying process by coating the
make it, you will find yourself making it well worth the effort. It helps reduce the Start to finish: 2 hours bottom of a 9-by-9-inch baking dish with
again and again like my sister and me. It is amount of liquid that cooks out but it also Special equipment: Mandoline or V-slicer olive oil. Lay down the squash in an even
savory and just rich enough to be crave-able seasons each slice of zucchini making for a 3-4 large zucchini — you will fill a regu- layer about 3 deep and make sure the layer is
but light enough that you feel like you are perfectly balanced dish. If you’ve made zuc- lar size colander with thin slices even. Spoon one-third of the tomato sauce
eating a dish straight from the garden. 1 tablespoon olive oil on the squash and spread evenly. Scatter the
chini before without any salt, you know 1 cup unseasoned crushed tomatoes
My sister urged me to add tomato paste to that it has a tendency to be a very bland basil, a third of the mozzarella and a third of
the crushed tomatoes to make the sauce vegetable, so this step is important. You 3 tablespoons tomato paste the parmesan cheese over the squash.
thicker and the tomato paste also makes it also need to rinse the excess salt from the 1/2 teaspoon herbs de Provence or Italian Repeat with the remaining squash dividing
more flavorful and robust. I added some sea- squash or the dish will be too salty. And, seasoning it between two layers. The top of the zuc-
sonings to compliment the vegetables you need to dry the zucchini. The beauty of 1/2teaspoon granulated garlic chini gratin should be the tomato sauce,
including granulated garlic and herbes de this dish is that you can make the dish in 1/2 teaspoon coarse salt basil and cheese.
Provence. If I had had a mixture of Italian advance and bake just before serving, or 1/8teaspoon ground black pepper Cover the casserole with foil and bake for
seasonings, I may have used that instead. make it and re-heat it. It’s just as good re- 3/4ounce fresh basil or one large sprig 15 minutes covered at 400 F.
Either will work equally as well as they both heated as it is freshly made. 1 large ball of fresh mozzarella, about 1 Remove the foil and reduce the oven tem-
typically include basil, rosemary and pound
This weekend, I made the zucchini grati- 2 ounces fresh Parmesan cheese, shaved
thyme. I also added shaved Parmesan cheese See ZUCCHNI, Page 18
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Commissioners recognized the threat of who evicted his mother, ending a financial plan approval process.

BGAME
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cars piling up near the intersection due to
traffic visiting the development, especial-
ly when conflicting with the morning and
elder abuse lawsuit filed in county Superior
Court.
Looking ahead, the property will become
“I think it can be fine-tuned and it should
be fine-tuned but that should not stop it
from moving forward,” said Loftis.
afternoon bell schedule of the nearby high 26 units spread in the second through Such a sentiment was not unanimous
school. But ultimately they felt the bene- fourth floor of the building where residents though, as Sargent said he believes more
of 26 live-work units at the corner of fits offered by the project outweighed such could operate a business and also live. The work needed to be done to refine the exteri-
California Drive and Oak Grove Avenue. concerns. ground floor of the building will be or design, specifically on the portion of
The redevelopment project will target the “This is an opportunity to build some reserved for a retail or commercial space. the building facing the nearby intersection.
former home of Marie Hatch, who gathered housing in an area where we need it,” said Officials previously critical of the build- While generally lauding the project and
international attention when she was evict- Commissioner Richard Terrones, echoing ing design lauded amendments made by its ability to blend well with its surround-
ed at 97 to make way for new construction the perspective of those who have advocat- architect Ellis Schoichet, who most ings while also expanding the reaches of
at the site. ed for more residential development in an notably crafted changes to the exterior the downtown retail district, Sargent could
Recognizing the history of the property, effort to make Burlingame more affordable. design in response to previous feedback. not overlook his design concerns to vote
which housing advocates cited repeatedly One of the parcels slated for development For the most part, commissioners in favor.
as an example of Burlingame’s affordabili- once served as ground zero for the debate expressed their appreciation for the will- “The thing I’m still having a hard time
ty crisis, Commissioner Brenden Kelly said over the city’s housing crisis, following ingness to reconfigure elements of the with is the corner and how the architecture
he supported the developer’s vision. the eviction of Hatch and her roommate project according to their feedback. is treated,” he said.
“The reality is that the time when some- Georgia Rothrock. The story became inter- “The project has come a long way,” said To address such issues, commissioners
one will live in a single-family home at national news for its insight into the local Commissioner Will Loftis, who previously suggested Schoichet and his team continue
that corner is gone, ” said Kelly, who clash over the rights of residents and land- suggested that it felt cartoonish in its working with city staff to revise the
favored rebuilding the property into a lords in a community crunched for housing design and attempt to blend with the sur- design. If appropriate amendments are not
development accommodating multiple fam- where rents climbed alongside property rounding neighborhood. made in the future, officials suggested they
ilies. values. He tempered his enthusiasm by noting he might call the project back for further dis-
Kelly’s perspective, which was supported Hatch died shortly after her eviction, believed additional amendments are in cussion.
by a majority of his colleagues on the com- while motivational speaker Tony Robbins order, specifically by suggesting the size Ultimately though, officials agreed the
mission, countered the position held by intervened to help finance Rothrock’s relo- of the balcony decks are too large. But ulti- project was close enough to approval to
some neighbors who feared adding new cation to a housing facility in Belmont. mately, he favored approving the project, justify voting in its favor.
units at the site would compound existing Earlier this year, Hatch’s son accepted a so long as the developer expressed a will- “It does feel like it could be turned into a
traffic congestion. $200,000 settlement paid by the landlord ingness to address design details in the very elegant building,” said Loftis.

“The behavior of the beam is unpre- assess whether it is safe for people to return. The project, a commanding presence in

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dictable.”
Zabaneh said the crack was found near a
weld on a stress-bearing horizontal beam.
Buses were rerouted to a temporary transit
center about two blocks away that was used
during the center’s construction. A down-
the city’s South of Market neighborhood, is
financed by land sales, federal stimulus
grants, district fees and taxes, bridge tolls,
He said he did not know how long the town street that runs under the beam was and federal and state funds.
crack was, but he told reporters that also ordered closed indefinitely, causing It sits adjacent to another dubious land-
Transbay Joint Powers Authority and its American steel was used in the center’s traffic chaos at the same time some streets
executive director Mark Zabaneh said work- mark, the so-called sinking condominium,
construction. were closed for a conference sponsored by Millennium Tower, which has settled about
ers discovered the crack around 10 a.m. Salesforce that was expected to draw
while replacing roofing tiles. Zabaneh said Zabaneh said the cause and the extent of 18 inches since it opened over a former
the damage were unknown and the decision 170,000 attendees. landfill in 2009. Homeowners have filed
engineers spent the day inspecting the dam- Enveloped in wavy white sheets of metal
age and decided to shut the station around 5 to close the terminal was made out of an multiple lawsuits against the developer and
“abundance of caution.” veil, the five-level center includes a bus the city, some alleging that construction of
p.m., just as the afternoon rush hour started. deck, a towering sky-lit central entrance
“The beam is cracked,” Zabaneh said. He said structural engineers would be the transit center caused the Millennium
working at the building Tuesday night to hall and a rooftop park with an outdoor Tower’s sinking.
amphitheater.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Zabaneh said he did not believe that the
the complex faced delays in putting out con- cracked beam was related to ongoing prob-
tracts to bid, and the winning bids were ulti- lems at Millennium Tower.
mately higher than expected. The terminal’s The online business software company
cost rose from $1.6 billion at its 2010 Salesforce, which opened its adjacent 61-
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2016 because of what one analyst called bought naming rights to the center in 2017
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Calendar Woman pleads no contest to child abuse
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26
Fundamentals of Geology. Little
House, The Roslyn Morris Activity
Center, 800 Middle Ave. Menlo Park.
Candidate Forum. 7
Emergency Ops Center, 537 Kelly
p.m.

Ave., Half Moon Bay. Sponsored by


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Son, 5, tested positive for drugs, had bruising on ribs
Cost $70. Learn to use common Commerce and moderated by the
By Dan McMenamin from zip ties. plea to felony child
genealogical record types and League of Women Voters of North BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE In v es t i g at o rs abuse Monday and
important family history websites. and Central San Mateo, candidates learned the boy got was placed on four
For more information call 326-2025. will have an opportunity to answer
questions from participants attend- into the drug supply years of probation
Drop-In Computer Help. 10 a.m. to ing the forum. For more information A 38-year-old Redwood City woman of McSweeney and and a year in the
Noon. Redwood City Public Library, call 342-5853. has pleaded no contest to felony child St. Clair and they county jail, with
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood abuse charges after a friend noticed her
City. Free. For more information call John Hennessy, Chairman of the “hog-tied” him and more than a year’s
780-7098. B oard of Alphabet, former 5-year-old son had bruising on his held him in a bath- worth of credit for
President of Stanford University wrists and the boy tested positive for
San Mateo Professional Alliance. and Author of Leading Matters. 7 tub to cool him off time already served,
Noon to 1 p.m. Central Park Bistro, p.m. to 9 p.m. Cubberley Community amphetamines and benzodiazepine, since the metham- according to the
181 E. Fourth Ave., San Mateo. Theatre, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo San Mateo County prosecutors said Erin Jacob St. Clair
Promotes an environment for idea Alto. $15 to $55. For more informa- McSweeney phetamine made his District Attorney’s
sharing, leveraging resources and tion call (408) 280-5530. Tuesday. body very hot, Office.
building long-term relationships. Erin McSweeney and her co-defen- prosecutors said. She was also ordered to complete a
Annual dues are $60 per year, and FRIDAY, SEPT. 28
members will enjoy solid referrals Learn to Mix Audio For a Band. 6 dant, Jacob Lee St. Clair, 30, of San McSweeney gave the boy a Valium to year of parenting classes through the
from other business members with- p.m. to 10 p.m. Midpen Media Francisco, were living in motels try to calm him down and declined to probation department and to enter and
in the group. Make sure to bring Center, 900 San Antonio Road, Palo
your business cards, company Alto. Studio music mix training and around the county and abusing take him to a hospital after a friend complete a residential drug treatment
brochures and other informational all inclusive, hands on, advanced methamphetamine, and on Aug. 4, suggested that, prosecutors said. program.
materials. For more information call audio workshop designed mixing 2017, McSweeney dropped her son off
430-6500. live musical performances in the TV The boy was taken from Her attorney Kevin Allen was not
studio environment. For more infor- at a friend’s home, according to the McSweeney’s custody and a test of his immediately available to comment on
Toastmasters Public Speak ing and mation call 494-8686. District Attorney’s Office. blood taken two days later allegedly the case.
Leadership Sk ills Development.
Noon to 1 p.m. BKF Engineers, 255 Reel Great Films: ‘The Shape of The friend called police after notic- found amphetamines and benzodi- A trial for St. Clair, who is out of
Shoreline Drive, Suite 200, Redwood Water.’ 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Belmont ing the boy had bruising and marks azepine in his system. custody on $100,000 bail, is still
Shores. Join us in a friendly and sup- Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas,
portive atmosphere while learning Belmont. For more information call on his wrists that were apparently McSweeney entered her no contest pending and is set for Oct. 22.
to improve your communication 591-8286.
and leadership skills. For more infor-
mation call (202) 390-7555. Renz Live Music. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. site, including day care in the plans wondered if the impact of Station Park
Randel McGee and Groark the
Dragon. 2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. Menlo
Park Belle Haven Library, 413 Ivy
Drive, Menlo Park. A combination of
Cafe Zoe, 1929 Menalto Ave., Menlo
Park. Singer/multi-instrumentalist.
Free. For more information call 322-
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and considering a small pharmacy as a
potential future tenant, Niss wasn’t
convinced the plan went far enough to
Green and continued construction at
Bay Meadows could be measured before
even more units are proposed for the
ventriloquism, comedy, storytelling San Bruno Movies-in-the-Par k: provide amenities for those who will area.
and melodies. Free from the Friends ‘Coco.’ 8:15 p.m. San Bruno City Park,
of the Menlo Park Library. For more 251 City Park Way, San Bruno. For live on and around the project. “We still think it’s a really massive
from the developer California Coastal
information call 330-2540. more information call 616-7084. “If I can’t walk to Concar Passage development for the area considering
Properties Tuesday.
Lego Club: Cabins. 4 p.m. to 11:59 SATURDAY, SEPT. 29 and get what I need, then I’m going to all the other things going on there,”
p.m. South San Francisco Library, 840 Last Saturday of the Month
The 935-unit pre-application the get in my car and drive further, which he said.
W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Break fast. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. The developer submitted last year included doesn’t achieve the goal of reducing
Design your very own cabin. For American Legion Post 409, 757 San 73 affordable units and situated a mix Myers said that because the revised
kids, cost is free. For more informa- Mateo Ave., San Bruno. Breakfast my carbon footprint and doesn’t get plans include a building type that’s
tion call 829-3860. with drinks is $10 for adults and $6 of the residential units and retail space my car off the road,” she said.
for children 12 years old and under. in five buildings across the site, said more expensive to build, the develop-
When Anxiety Strikes: For more information call 345-7388.
Brian Myers, a partner with California Niss also felt the project was simply er maximized the number of units
Compassion, Peace and
Understanding. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 Burlingame Pet Parade. 10 a.m. to Coastal Properties. Though Myers too large for an intersection where allowed in the project under the state
p.m. Bethany Lutheran Church, 1095 11:30 a.m. Broadway Chula Vista, acknowledged the construction of nine several other projects like the 12-acre density bonus. But in doing so, the
Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. Featuring Burlingame. Prizes will be awarded, Station Park Green project — which project could accommodate more
filmed interviews with psychologist all pets welcome. Free. For more buildings with parking on the lower
Kelly Breen Boyce and with Cheryl information call 342-2073. levels will be more expensive to build will add 599 housing units, 2 acres of affordable units, which Myers said
Eresman, who describes her experi-
than the designs initially proposed for parks and open space, as well as would be offered at a variety of income
ences with anxiety. For more infor- City of San Mateo Health and
mation call 854-5897. Wellness Fair. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. San the project, he was hopeful the set of 25, 000 square feet of commercial levels, including very low-income,
Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda
changes in the application would go a space and 10,000 square feet of office low-income and workforce housing for
How Solar Power Can Benefit You de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Receive
Now. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Millbrae information on programs and servic- long way toward addressing concerns space — are taking shape or have been professionals like teachers, nurses and
Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. This es relating to health and wellness raised in the more than 40 meetings recently approved, such as a 73-unit police officers who may not qualify for
information session will discuss the from organizations throughout the apartment building slated to replace units designated for lower-income lev-
benefits of solar power. For more county. For more information call the developer has hosted with resi-
information call 697-7607. 522-7490. dents, business owners and other com- the AAA insurance office building at els but still struggle to afford living
munity stakeholders in the past year. 1650 S. Delaware St. where they work. By offering units at
Foster City Documentary Club. Friends of the Library Fall Book
6:30 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. Foster City Sale. 10 a.m. South San Francisco “The real good news for us is we’ve Niss was joined by Richard Neve, levels like 120 percent of the average
Library, 1000 Eat Hillsdale Blvd., Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
really engaged a lot of the community civic director for the Fiesta Gardens median income, Myers is hoping the
Foster City. Come watch the film San Francisco. For more information
More Than Honey. For more informa- call 829-3860. in the discussion over the project,” he Homeowners Association, in airing project can provide housing opportu-
tion call 574-4842. said. We’re really proud of the design concerns about the clustering of proj- nities for employees of nearby busi-
Artistry in Fashion Designer Sale nesses and companies.
Knitting Meetup. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Open House. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. that we created out of those com- ects near the intersection of Concar
San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third Cañada College, 4200 Farm Hill Blvd., ments.” Drive and South Delaware Street. Neve “We’re really making a concerted
Ave., San Mateo. All knitting and cro- Redwood City. 10$ donation will be
chet levels are welcome. Bring nee- collected at the door. For more infor- Set to retain an existing Trader Joe’s noted residents have called for a effort to working with local groups to
dles and yarn. For more information mation call 306-3370. and 7-Eleven on site and also provide a decrease in the number of units with provide housing,” he said. “That’s a
call 522-7818. concerns about the project’s effect on really big issue for us.”
Redwood City Salsa Festival 2018 range of amenities open to residents of
NAMI SMC General Meeting. 7 p.m. + Call for Entries. Noon to 8 p.m. nearby communities, the project has traffic and parking in and around the Myers said he expected city staff
to 8:30 p.m. Nami San Mateo County, Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, neighborhoods surrounding the site,
1650 Borel Place suite 130, San Redwood City. Salsa music, salsa previously raised concerns for would review the application in the
Mateo. Protecting the inheritance for dancing and salsa tasting are at the Sunnybrae resident Barbara Niss, who and wasn’t sure the revised plan ade- coming weeks, after which the devel-
a loved one with mental health chal- forefront, featuring three stages with has worried about the loss of well-used quately addressed those concerns. oper would begin a process to analyze
lenges and special needs planning. a variety of music, including Salsa,
For more information call 638-0800. Latin Jazz and Reggae. Free for all amenities like Ross Dress for Less, Though he said he and other Fiesta the environmental impacts of the proj-
ages. For more information call 780- Rite Aid and TJ Maxx. Though she was Gardens residents were appreciative of ect. He said the project could go before
THURSDAY, SEPT. 27 7311.
Meditate and Feel Great. 9 a.m. to encouraged by the developer’s work- the fact the revised plans included the Planning Commission for the sec-
10 a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, Peninsula Hills Women’s Club ing with the Peninsula Ballet Theatre more affordable units and park space ond time as early as late spring of next
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San B ingo Event. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Mateo. For more information call Veterans Memorial Building, 1455 to retain space for the nonprofit on the than the previous proposal, Neve still year.
522-7490. Madison Ave., Redwood City. Cost
$20. For more information call 365-
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ply, you should familiarize yourself
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2 years experience feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
Send your information via e-mail to SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
required. of the newspaper and media industries.
This position will provide valuable news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- Representative needed to sell newspa- STATEMENT #278807
experience for your bright future. ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- per print and web advertising and event The following person is doing business
Email resume gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 marketing solutions. To apply, please call as: Katie Eiseman Consulting, 2104 Roo-
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sevelt Ave., BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
Registered Owner: Almacare, Inc., CA.
on all assignments. Sr. Software Engineer (Req# IIC1224) in
The business is conducted by a Corpora-
tion. The registrant commenced to trans-
Foster City, CA. Software dev on core Staff Software Engineer (Req# IIC1210) act business under the FBN on N/A.
Java tech, particularly Spring-based NOw HIRINg Foster City, CA. Architect & design soft- /s/Thomas Eiseman/
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Call maven apps. MS+2yrs exp. or BS + 5
yrs exp. Mail resumes to Illumina, Inc,
Attn: SD122372, 5200 Illumina Way, San
Starting $18 to $25 per hr(per experi-
ence); Not Scared of Heights; Bi-Lingual
ware solutions. MS+3/BS+5. Mail re-
sumes to Illumina, Inc, Attn: SD122372,
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This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
(650)777-9000 Diego, CA 92122. Ref title & req#. a Plus. (650)583-0420 Or Email:
Carlo@bayareawindowandcleaning.com.
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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR NOTICE OF SALE OF ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF
CHANGE OF NAME CHANGE OF NAME CHANGE OF NAME REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE CHANGE OF NAME THE USE OF A FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
CASE# 18CIV04713 CASE# 18CIV04847 CASE# 18CIV04037 NAME STATEMENT 271452
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CASE# 18CIV04268
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, doning the use of the Fictitious Business
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Name: Rosa Maria Vasquez. Name of
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 In the Matter of the 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Business: Se Come Asi Taqueria. Date
PETITION OF PETITION OF REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 SAMDAY 2006 TRUST REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 of original filing: 11/14/16. Address of
Kranti Malik Ernesto Patino, Jr. PETITION OF Principal Place of Business: 1302 Bay-
Peter Matthews-Rurak PETITION OF
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Notice is hereby given that the under- shore, BURLINGAME CA 94010. Regis-
Petitioner: Kranti Malik filed a petition Petitioner: Ernesto Patino, Jr. filed a peti- TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Amina Audrey Kim Martel
signed will sell at private sale, on or after trant: Rosa Maria Vasquez, 28240 Ar-
with this court for a decree changing tion with this court for a decree changing Petitioner: Peter Matthews-Rurak filed a TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: mour St., HAYWARD, CA 94545. The
name as follows: name as follows: October 3, 2018, at the office of Nancy Petitioner: Amina Audrey Kim Martel filed business was conducted by an Individu-
petition with this court for a decree D. Rasch, 165 South Park, San Francis-
Present name: Kranti Malik Present name: Ernesto Patino, Jr. changing name as follows: a petition with this court for a decree al.
Proposed Name: Kranti Kapur Proposed Name: Ernesto Vicente Patino co, CA, to the highest and best bidder, changing name as follows: /s/Rosa Maria Vasquez/
Present names: and subject to confirmation by said Su- Present name: This statement was filed with the Asses-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons THE COURT ORDERS that all persons 1. Peter Bruce Matthews-Rurak perior Court, all right, title and interest of sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo
interested in this matter shall appear be- interested in this matter shall appear be- 2. Madison Elaine Matthews Tseng Amina Audrey Kim Martel
said trust in and to all that certain real County on 9/11/18.
fore this court at the hearing indicated fore this court at the hearing indicated Proposed Names: Proposed Name: (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
1. Peter Bruce Matthews property situated in the County of San Amina Kim Martel
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- below to show cause, if any, why the pe- Mateo, State of California, commonly nal, 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18,
tition for change of name should not be tition for change of name should not be 2. Madison Elaine Tseng Matthews 10/10/18).
granted. Any person objecting to the granted. Any person objecting to the known as: THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
name changes described above must file name changes described above must file THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear be-
a written objection that includes the rea- a written objection that includes the rea- interested in this matter shall appear be- 382 Dorado Way fore this court at the hearing indicated
sons for the objection at least two court sons for the objection at least two court South San Francisco, CA 94080 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
days before the matter is scheduled to days before the matter is scheduled to
fore this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the pe- STATEMENT #278655
be heard and must appear at the hearing be heard and must appear at the hearing below to show cause, if any, why the pe- tition for change of name should not be The following person is doing business
tition for change of name should not be APN: 013124010 granted. Any person objecting to the as: 1141 El Camino Real, 1141 El Cami-
to show cause why the petition should to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is not be granted. If no written objection is granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file no Real, BURLINGAME, CA 94010.
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- name changes described above must file Terms of sale are cash in lawful money a written objection that includes the rea- Registered Owners: Richard Tod Spieker
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the tion without a hearing. A hearing on the a written objection that includes the rea- of the United States on confirmation of and Catherine R. Spieker, 60 Mulberry
sale, or part cash and balance upon such sons for the objection at least two court Lane, Atherton, CA 94027. The busi-
petition shall be held on 10/24/18 at 9 petition shall be held on 10/30/18 at 9 sons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, days before the matter is scheduled to terms and conditions as are agreeable to ness is conducted by a Trust. The regis-
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this the personal representative. Ten (10%) be heard and must appear at the hearing trant commenced to transact business
be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should under the FBN on 7/23/14.
Order to Show Cause shall be published Order to Show Cause shall be published to show cause why the petition should of amount bid to be deposited with bid.
at least once each week for four succes- at least once each week for four succes- not be granted. If no written objection is /s/Richard Tod Spieker/
not be granted. If no written objection is Bids or offers must be in writing and will This statement was filed with the Asses-
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- be received at the office of Nancy D. timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
ing on the petition in the following news- ing on the petition in the following news- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the sor-County Clerk on 8/22/18. (Published
paper of general circulation: paper of general circulation: tion without a hearing. A hearing on the Rasch at any time after the first publica- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18,
tion of this notice and before the date of petition shall be held on 10/10/18 at 9 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18).
San Mateo Daily Journal San Mateo Daily Journal petition shall be held on 10/19/18 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, said sale. a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
Filed: 9/12/2018 Filed: 9/18/2018
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Judge of the Superior Court Judge of the Superior Court Order to Show Cause shall be published /s/Nancy D. Rasch/ STATEMENT #278927
Dated: 9/11/2018 Dated: 9/14/2018 at least once each week for four succes- Attorney for the Successor Trustee at least once each week for four succes- The following person is doing business
(Published 9/26/18, 10/3/18, 10/10/18, (Published 9/26/18, 10/3/18, 10/10/18, sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- Law Office of Nancy D. Rasch sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- as: OliveTree Property MGMT, 119 S.
10/17/18). 10/17/18). ing on the petition in the following news- 165 South Park ing on the petition in the following news- Grant Street #2, SAN MATEO, CA
paper of general circulation: San Francisco, CA 94107 paper of general circulation: 94401. Registered Owners: Anthony
San Mateo Daily Journal (415)440-4947 San Mateo Daily Journal Mark Oliveira and Katerina Navratilova,
Filed: 9/17/2018 Dated: September 14, 2018 Filed: 8/24/2018 same address. The business is conduct-
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ ed by a Married Couple. The registrant
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ commenced to transact business under
Judge of the Superior Court (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Judge of the Superior Court the FBN on N/A.
Dated: 9/17/2018 nal 09/18/18, 09/25/18, 09/26/18) Dated: 8/23/2018 /s/Anthony Oliveira/
(Published 9/26/18, 10/3/18, 10/10/18, (Published 9/12/18, 9/19/18, 9/26/18, This statement was filed with the Asses-
10/17/18). 10/3/18). sor-County Clerk on 9/21/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/26/18,
10/3/18, 10/10/18, 10/17/18).
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203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices books 297 bicycles 302 antiques
fictitious business name notice of petition to 60-1940s national Geographics, mountain bike. Top brand. Runs 100 y/o family heirloom, hand sewn,
notice of public statement #278782 aDminister estate of great shape $65 (650)591-0980 good. $39. (660)342-5220 hexagon pieced quilt. 8ft. sq. $99.
staff workshop anD The following person is doing business Corwin Jarvis Evans (650)556-9708
as: 1)West Coast Financial 2)Sunset Case Number: 18PRO00915 James patterson hardback books. new 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
aDoption meeting; West Investment, 333 Gellert Blvd, Ste To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave antique 8-Day pendulum mantel clock
Draft statewiDe 210, DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered tingent creditors, and persons who may
otherwise be interested in the will or es- nicholas sparks hardback books.
mes by Jerome & Co. 21" tall. Still running.
general inDustrial Owner: Sunset West Capital, Inc., CA. 2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 $25 (650)762-6048
tate, or both, of Corwin Jarvis Evans; Co-
storm water permit The business is conducted by a Corpora- ry Evans. A Petition for Probate has 298 collectibles
tion. The registrant commenced to trans- quality books used and rare. World antique hemingray Glass Tele-
been filed by Erin L. Markey in the Su-
amenDment act business under the FBN on N/A. perior Court of California, County of San & US History and classic American nov- 80’s tops Complete Factory Set All graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris-
/s/Lawrence Woo/ els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474. tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762-
Mateo. The Petition for Probate requests 6048
This statement was filed with the Asses- that Erin L. Markey be appointed as per-
The State Water Resources sor-County Clerk on 9/6/18. (Published in sonal representative to administer the the halo Forerunner saga. 3 books. baDge, 7 Star Special Security Offi-
Control Board (Board) will the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587 cer;$25- will text picture (650)218-0121 beer steins-original from Germa-
estate of the decedent. ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info
hold a Staff Workshop re- 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). The petition requests authority to admin- San Carlos
v.logvinov, unusual Journey to the (650)592-7483
ister the estate under the Independent Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus-
garding the proposed Gen- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 barbie Doll from the world, India,
eral Permit Amendment on fictitious business name thority will allow the personal representa- 1996, 2nd edition $15.(650) 872-2371. mahogany antique Secretary desk,
statement #278535 tive to take many actions without obtain-
October 24, 2018. The Staff The following person is doing business ing court approval. Before taking certain 294 baby stuff beautiful herman Miller pendulum 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
Workshop will be held at the as: Cleanologie Homes, 139 Arden Ave, very important actions, however, the per- clock. Rich wood finish - works well; nice
sonal representative will be required to baby crib, "Dream on Me", like new chime! $65; 650-591-8851.
Joe Serna Jr.-CalEPA SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080.
give notice to interested persons unless with mattress, pad and 2 sheets. $80.00.
roseville tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900.
Registered Owners: Ana Melissa Jacobo $45. (650)574-2490.
Headquarters building locat- and Neri Jacobo, same address. The they have waived notice or consented to (650)592-3540 Depression glass Dining Plate. 8
ed at 1001 I St., Sacramen- the proposed action.) The independent 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red.
business is conducted by a Married Cou- administration authority will be granted
295 art $12 (650)762-6048 303 electronics
to, CA 95814. A live web- ple. The registrant commenced to trans- unless an interested person files an ob-
act business under the FBN on 8/7/18.
cast of the workshop will al- /s/Ana Melissa Jacobo/
jection to the petition and shows good
brusheD finish, 15" X 20" frame
lennox reD Rose, Unused, hand blaupunkt am/fm/cD Radio and Re-
ceiver with Detachable Face asking
cause why the court should not grant au- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
so be provided. The Board This statement was filed with the Asses- thority. holds 18 various size photos. Never
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. $100. (650)593-4490
will hold a public meeting for sor-County Clerk on 8/9/18. (Published in A hearing on the petition will be held in used. $20. 650-369-2486.
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, this court as follows: OCT. 10 2018 at miller lite Neon sign , work good cannon copier. $20. 650-342-5220.
consideration of adoption of 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of 296 appliances $59 call (650)218-6528
the proposed General Per- California, County of San Mateo, 400 free television - Mitsubishi,
mit Amendment on Novem- County Center, Redwood City, CA air conDitioner 10000 BTU w/re- olD, antique, Bottle Collection: 20 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
fictitious business name 94063. mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local
ber 6, 2018, also held at the statement #278805 If you object to the granting of the peti- brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- Delivery available.
Joe Serna Jr.-CalEPA The following person is doing business tion, you should appear at the hearing 0898 porcelain Doll with red Victorian
motorola bravo MB 520 (android
as: 3D Kawaiko, 1271 Claremont Drive, and state your objections or file written outfit, 16” tall with metal stand, $15.
Headquarters building. Infor- SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered objections with the court before the hear- hotpoint heavy Duty Dryer excellent (650)872-2371. 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
mation on this item may be Owner: Valerie Kimiko Himuro, same ad- ing. Your appearance may be in person working condition Burlingame $50 Call card Belmont (650)595-8855
or by your attorney. small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
viewed on and downloaded dress. The business is conducted by an
If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
Dan (408)656-0958
4162 onkyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
Individual. The registrant commenced to
from the Board's website at: transact business under the FBN on itor of the decedent, you must file your kenmore winDow A/C (vert. open- Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
claim with the court and mail a copy to star wars R2-D2, original 1998 un- Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
http://www.waterboards.ca.g June 1, 2018. the personal representative appointed by
ing) 8700 btu. New in box. $200.00 as
opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos.
/s/Valerie Kimiko Himuro/ is. David Butler (415)608- 1214.
ov/water_issues/programs/st the court within the later of either (1) four Steve 650-518-6614 304 furniture
This statement was filed with the Asses-
ormwater/industrial.shtml. sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in
months from the date of first issuance of maytag washer excellent working
letters to a general personal representa- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan telescope-celestron astro
To receive notification of any the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the (408)656-0958 Master Newtonian Reflector, w/ tro/pod
2 walnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops
changes to the dates of the 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18). California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days need work but very good cond. $20/ea
stand, Like New $150.00 (650)952-3466.
from the date of mailing or personal de- Call (415)239-1348.
staff workshop or adoption livery to you of a notice under sectioin
mfg h20labs Model 300 exc cond
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
meeting, or for notification of fictitious business name 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- topps baseball complete set 1987 6-Drawer rolling Storage cart,
statement #278800 er California statutes and legal authority new, singer Sewing Machine Univer- black with organizer top excellent condi-
any additional staff work- The following person is doing business may affect your rights as a creditor. You sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma-
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
tion $15 (650)872-2371
4474
shops, interested persons as: Peninsula Infiniti, 386 Convention may want to consult with an attorney chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222
must sign up for e-mail noti- Way, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Reg- knowledgeable in California law.
You may examine the file kept by the
unique 1920's -1930's imprinted milk antique Dining table for six people
istered Owner: Peninsula Infiniti LLC, room heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- bottle with creamer top from Golden with chairs $99. (650)580-6324
fication at http://www.water- CA. The business is conducted by a court. If you are a person interested in vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. State dairy. $25 (650)762-6048
boards.ca.gov/resources/em Limited Liability Company. The regis- the estate, you may file with the court a (650)952-3500 antique mohagany Bookcase. Four
trant commenced to transact business Request for Special Notice (form DE- feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
ail_subscriptions/swrcb_sub 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- sewing machine-royal XL 6000
vintage gucci Boston satchel purse,
under the FBN on 2001. Good Condition. $75.00 (650)536-0513
scribe.shtml by checking the /s/Gordon MacDonald/ praisal of estate assets or of any petition Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150. beDsteaD single, poster style, box
box for Storm Water Indus- This statement was filed with the Asses- or account as provided in Probate Code (650)342-8436. spring, mattress available. $40.00.
trial Permitting Issues. sor-County Clerk on 9/7/18. (Published in section 1250. A Request for Special No-
showtime rotisserie used once
299 computers (650)593-7408
tice form is available from the court clerk.
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/12/18, $90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave
Please direct questions 9/19/18, 9/26/18, 10/3/18).
Attorney for Petitioner:
Mercy L. Hall message.
19" color Monitor with stand VG con- beige sofa $99. Excellent Condition
about this notice to Ms. Shu- dition power cord/owners manual includ- (650) 315-2319
57 Post Street, Suite 903 ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
ka Rastegarpour at (916) fictitious business name
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104 vacuum cleaner (reconditioned) black metal 4 drawer file cabinet
(415)496-9273 $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 $15. good condition. call (650)872-2371
341-5576 or shuka.rastegar- statement #278724 FILED: 8/31/2018 i-paD keyboarD. $25.00. (650)588-
pour@waterboards.ca.gov. The following person is doing business (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- western washboarD Sales made 0842
bunk beDs for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
as: Kwak Kwak Marketing, 1012 Wash- nal on 9/18/18, 9/25/18, 9/26/18 ) of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
9/26/18 ington St Unit C, DALY CITY, CA 94015. $75. phone 650-369-2486. recorDable cD-r 74, Sealed, Unop-
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, B/O (650)685-2494
cns-3174518# Registered Owner: Leor Wolins, same (650) 578 9208
san mateo Daily Jour- address. The business is conducted by 297 bicycles commoDe, gooD condition. $20 obo.
an Individual. The registrant com- Please call (650)745-6309
nal menced to transact business under the aDult bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal- 300 toys
FBN on 7/23/18. loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 computer Desk (glass) & chair. Like
/s/Leor Wolins/ 100 things for little children to do on a new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or
This statement was filed with the Asses- 210 lost & found bmx mongoose Outer Limit Bike, trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. gtecher@comcast.net
sor-County Clerk on 8/29/18. (Published looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933 FREE (650)595-3933
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 9/19/18, lost cat. Black and White. Black computer swivel CHAIR. Padded
9/26/18, 10/3/18, 10/10/18). patch on right eye. REWARD. bmx with caliper brakes and adjusta- american flyer locomotive runs Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
Call (323) 439-7713. ble seat, comes with two extra tires. $20.
(650)595-3933
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 Dark brown living room chair with
matching pillow. $99.99. excellent condi-
chilD’s schwinn bicycle, blue in
large stuffeD ANIMALS - $3 each tion. call (650)872-2371.
announcement Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
san mateo-foster city elementary school District good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
Desk, gD. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
seeks volunteers for inDepenDent citiZens’ oversight committee mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good. star wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader (650)458-3578
for measures x & l Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220. $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568

The Board of Trustees of San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District is seeking qualified,
interested individuals to serve on a committee of community leaders which will serve as the In- notice of public hearing
dependent Citizens’ Oversight Committee (“COC”) for the implementation of the San Mateo-Fos- regarDing financing
ter City Elementary School District’s Measures X & L school facilities bond programs. by the peninsula corriDor Joint powers boarD
measure l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 6586.5 of the California Government
In February of 2008 the voters of San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District passed Code that at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, or as soon thereafter as such matters
Measure L, a $175 million Bond measure to modernize its facilities and to construct new facili- can be heard, a public hearing will be held by the Board of Directors of the San Mateo County
ties. Transit District in connection with a proposed financing to be undertaken by the Peninsula Corri-
dor Joint Powers Board (the "JPB"), which operates the Caltrain commuter rail service ("Cal-
measure x train"). The public hearing will be held at 1250 San Carlos Avenue, San Carlos, California,
On November 3, 2015, voters residing within the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School Dis- 94070-1306, Edward J. Bacciocco Auditorium - Second Floor.
trict passed Measure X. Measure X is a $148,000,000 bond measure that authorizes funding for
needed repairs, upgrades, and new construction projects to the District’s elementary schools. The proposed financing being undertaken by the JPB will be comprised of: (i) the
Proposition 39 required a 55% supermajority for approval; Measure X was passed by 59.07%. issu-
ance of farebox revenue bonds (the "Bonds") in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed
establi shment of a citiZens’ oversight committee $62,000,000, a portion of the proceeds of which the JPB intends to apply to finance the acquisi-
After a bond authorized under Proposition 39 is passed, state law requires that San Mateo-Fos- tion of two leased facilities housing Caltrain operations and the remaining portion of which the
ter City Elementary School District Board of Trustees appoint an Independent Citizens’ Over- JPB intends to apply to refinance outstanding JPB farebox revenue bonds; (ii) interim financing
sight Committee to work with the District. The Board of Trustees is creating an Independent Citi- for electrification of the Caltrain rail corridor between San Francisco and San José (the "Penin-
zens’ Oversight Committee, which will have oversight responsibility for both Measures X and L. sula Corridor") and to provide local match funds for a Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program
grant awarded in April 2018 to fund capacity and system improvements for the Caltrain system,
committee responsibilities including acquisition of electrical multiple unit vehicles ("EMUs") in addition to the EMUs being
In accordance with Education Code Section 15278(b), the Citizens’ Oversight Committee shall: funded in connection with the initial phase of electrification of the Peninsula Corridor, platform
· Inform the public concerning the District's expenditure of Measures X and L bond pro- modifications, wayside bicycle parking improvements, installation of a broadband communication
ceeds; system and planning funds to support development of plans and agreements to meet goals and
· Review expenditure reports produced by the District to ensure that Measures X and service levels in the 2018 State Rail Plan, and interim financing for such capacity and system im-
L bond proceeds were expended only for the purposes set forth in Measure X and L; and provements, such interim financing to be provided pursuant to draws on an existing revolving
· Present to the Board in public session, an annual written report outlining their activities line of credit which is being increased from an aggregate principal amount not to exceed
and conclusions regarding the expenditure of both bond proceeds. $150,000,000 outstanding at any one time to an aggregate principal amount not to exceed
$170,000,000 outstanding at any one time; and (iii) interim financing for installation of a signal
appointment of committee members and train control system, such interim financing to be provided pursuant to draws on an addition-
All appointments will be made by the Board of Trustees from applications submitted to the Dis- al revolving line of credit in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $30,000,000 outstand-
trict. ing at any one time. In the event that the JPB is unable to acquire one or both of the leased fa-
time commitment anD term cilities, the JPB intends to apply proceeds of the Bonds to finance a portion of the capacity and
Initial appointments will be staggered, such that some of the initial appointees will be appointed system improvements for the Caltrain system identified above.
to serve one full two-year term. The other initial appointments will serve a one-year term, but will
be eligible for reappointment by the Board of Trustees for a second and third two-year term. Subsequent to holding the public hearing, the Board of Directors of the San Mateo
County Transit District will consider adoption of a resolution approving the proposed financing by
woulD you be interesteD in serving? the JPB.
If you would like to apply to be a member of this important committee, please contact the follow-
ing District representative for an application & Questionnaire. Applications are due on October Members of the public are invited to attend the public hearing and to offer comment
5, 2018 pri-
or to consideration by the Board of Directors of the San Mateo County Transit District of the
San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District above-referenced resolution.
Joel Cadiz
1410 South Amphlett Blvd. For additional information, please call or email the Acting District Secretary at (650)
San Mateo, CA 94402 508-6279 or board@samtrans.com.
(650) 312-7428
jcadiz@smfcsd.net Dated: September 26, 2018.

san mateo county transit District


cindy mamaradlo-gumpal, acting District secretary
021-026 0926 wed :Class Master Odd 9/25/18 4:12 PM Page 4

24 Wednesday • Sept. 26, 2018 THE DAILY JOURNAL

304 Furniture 304 Furniture 310 Misc. For Sale 310 Misc. For Sale 318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales
diNiNG TabLE (36"x54") and 4 match- uSEd bEdrOOM Furniture, FREE. Call 200 PLaSTiC trading card holders; $15; SaMSONiTE 26" tan hard-sided suit 15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds,
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for (650)573-7381. (650)591-9769 San Carlos case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4
$250 .(650)-654-1930.
VENEEr CHEST 6.5’ high, 3 ft. wide 500-600 biG Band-era 78's--most mint,
$45. (650)328-6709 each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno GaraGE SaLES
drESSEr 4-draWEr in Belmont for $99 (650)322-2814. no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 SiLK SarEE 6 yards new nice color.for
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
biG bErTHa, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
ESTaTE SaLES
$75. Good condition; good for children. WaLL uNiT/rOOM Divider. Simple 78 rPM records in four albums and nine
Call (650)678-8585 formation. (415)999-4474 Make money, make room!
lines. Breaks down for transportation. sleeves. FREE. San Bruno. (650)794-
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message 0839 SiNK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, bOW FLEx Max Trainer M-3-Very Good
ENTErTaiNMENT CENTEr for $50.
Good shape, blonde, about 5' high. WaLNuT CHEST, small (4 drawer with bESSY SMaLL Evening Hand Bag With
$15.00 (650)544-5306 Condition, Like New, Assembled, Paid List your upcoming
$1200 asking $800 Call Michael
(650)726-4102 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 SLr LENS Pentax 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 (650)784-1061. garage sale,
GLidEr rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- WHiTE WiCKEr Armoire, asking $100, biFOLd SHuTTErS 2x28”x79 $10.00
Pentax K Mount $25 (650)436-7171
braNd NEW Golf bag with Stand.
moving sale,
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. great condition, text for picture (650)571- (650)544-5306
0947
SLr LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
Makes a great gift. $70. 415-867-6444. estate sale,
iKEa drESSEr, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
bLuE OYSTEr cult lp signed by donald
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash TirES-SET OF four P225 45 R18 $80
braNd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods; yard sale,
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
iKEa TabLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 (408)661-6019 OBO (650)359-2238. gift $99. 415-867-6444. rummage sale,
$ 30. (650)598-9804. CaSH rEGiSTEr Parts; Much Skin Not uNidEN HarLEY Davidson Gas Tank clearance sale, or
306 Housewares EaSTON aLuMiNuM bat.33 inches, 30
LOVE CHair, velour, tan. $45.
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 whatever sale you
(808)631-1365. COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
COMEaLONG 3/4 ton chain $25 (650)
873-6304
WaLKEr - Good Condition - Like New -
$35 (650)341-5347 ELLiPTiCaL-NOrdiC TraCK Like new have...
MaSSaGE TabLE, excellent condition, 20-pieces in original box, never used. Barely Used, Paid $600, Asking $300
folding, $25, (650) 552-9556. $250 per box (3 boxes available). COSTCO PLaY Pen with travel bag. obo. (650)235-0066.
(650)342-5630 Used once $35 (650)591-2981 311 Musical instruments Reach over 83,450 readers
NEW dELuxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- EVErLaST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and from South San Francisco
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must dELuxE FOLdEr Walker - 5" wheels - 1929 aNTiquE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
Sell! (650) 875-8159.
CrYSTaL (LEadEd glass) lamp $30.
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call to Palo Alto.
Can send picture. (650)464-7860 (650)742-6776. GOLF baLLS Titlest ProV1, 50, perfect in your local newspaper.
NEW TWiN Mattress set plus frame FrEE MaGaziNES. Library discards condition, each at $ 0.50. (650)345-5446
MiKaSa SET. White. Modern (square)
year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
$30.00 (650) 347-2356 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152.
crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
baLdWiN babY GRAND 1928 vintage
in walnut. $7500.00 w/bench (415)608-
GOLF CLubS {13}, Bag, & Pull Cart all-- Call (650)344-5200
NiaGara VibraTiNG Adjustable bed $90.00 (650)341-8342
SiNK dOubLE cast iron. Good condi- 1214
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 HaT, T-SHirT, sweatshirt and comput-
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 GOLF CLubS, used set with Cart for
(408)656-0958 CHrOMaTiC HarMONiCa: Horner $50. (650)593-4490
308 Tools The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
OFFiCE TYPE 34"X 60" heavy solid LiONEL CHriSTMaS Holiday expan- (650)278-5776. GuTHY-rENKEr POWEr Rider,Ever-
wood with formica wood grain top $25
aNTiquE irON Hand Drills. 3 available
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex- 379 Open Houses
(650) 787-9753 LiONEL WESTErN Union Pass car and erciser $20 (510)770-1976
at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron EPiPHONE LES Paul 100th
dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
rECLiNiNG CHair, wine colored $30, Anniversary Custom Electric Guitar. KNEE ridEr $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
(650)-583-4985 briGGS & Stratton Lawn Mower with
Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. LOrEx 14” B&W Surveillance System
Model SG14S1042C-A $75 (415)407-
Mint. $600.00 650 421 5469
LEaTHEr GOLF bag with 23 clubs $90.
OPEN HOuSE
rETrO HuTCH Needs refinishing other-
wise good condition. Top detaches from
(650)771-6324.
2360 RWC loction. EVErETT uPriGHT antique piano.
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
(650) 592-2648. LiSTiNGS
bottom $25. (650)712-9962 CraFTSMaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" MEN'S rOSSiGNOL Skis. $95.00,
LuGGaGE, rEd, 21" NEW Samsonite
dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
Spinner,$50.00. (650)729-3000 FENdEr MuSTaNG I guitar amplifier good condition, (650)341-0282. List your Open House
SOFabEd, VELOur, tan, Excellent 70 watts 8-guitar settings.with cover. in the Daily Journal.
condition. $75. (808)631-1365. LG CraFTSMEN shop vac 6.5hp $60 $80. (650)421-5469 ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
(510)943-9221 Baseballs. Brand New. $35. Call Roger
MaKES 6"x6" potholders, frame and (650)771-6324. Reach over 83,450
SOLid WOOd Dining table with exten- SHOPSMiTH MarK V 50th Anniversary loops included. FREE. 650-595-3933 FENdEr MuSTaNG ll guitar amplifier
sion great piece great condition black most attachments. $1,500/OBO. 110 watts 8-guitar settings, with cover. potential home buyers &
$80 (650)364-5263 $130.00 (650)421-5469 POP uP tent. Sleeps. 2-3. Like new. In-
(650)504-0585 MEiLiNK SaFE-FirE Proof,
flatable camping bed. Sleeping bag. renters a day,
50”x31”X31”, 2200lbs $1200 from South San Francisco
SOLid WOOd Entertainment Center- www.elo.deals (415)309-3892 FOr SaLE: Epiphone Les Paul Cus- $50.00. (650)588-0842.
ViNTaGE CraFTSMaN Jig Saw. Circa
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 tom Prophecy Electric Guitar. Mint. to Palo Alto.
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. $625.00. (650)421-5469. PriNCE TENNiS 2 section nylon black
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- in your local newspaper.
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o ViNTaGE SHOPSMiTH and baNd MOTLEY CruE lp signed by neil lee
(925)482-5742 sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 HuGE LudWiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle $55.(650)341-8342
SaW, good shape. $300/obo. Call Call (650)344-5200
(650)342-6993 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
TabLE 24"x48" folding legs each end. NEGriNi FENCiNG Epee mask size M Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 TOTaL GYM XLS, excellent condition.
Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 (916)975-4969 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
$130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 (415)260-6940 (650)588-0828
WELdEr- LiNCOLN AC 220 amps 240 PiaNO, uPriGHT, in excellent condi-
TOurEdGE rEaCTiON ii uniflex sys-
THrEE iNCH egg crate foam twin bed volts $199.00 (650)948-4895 NEW LaWN SWING 5'1/2" W x 5 '6" H tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769
tem 8 irons 3-9 and pitch irons 440 apartments
mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi- $100 (650) 678-6428 aft. 6pm
PiaNO-1955 baLdWiN Acrosonic 36” new $75. Call May (650)349-0430
tion, $20, 650-595-3933 309 Office Equipment aParTMENT FOr Rent-1br, 2br, 3br;
OLd STYLE Water dispenser-iron stand- High, Free for anyone to pick-up Prime Location, Quiet Buildings, No
clay pot-5gal. glass bottle $75. (650)873- (650)295-9121. TrEadMiLL iN very good condition. Pic-
TWiN bEd frame-black wrought iron LaPTOP CaSE or bag. Black. Like new. ture available on request. $50 obo. Smoking, No Pets, $2100.00 and up
from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341 6304 (650)595-0805
Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564. PLaYEr PiaNO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- 650 322 9598.
TWiN bEd, mattress, box spring, frame raY-baN TOP Bar Sunglasses sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- www.elo.deals TrEadMiLL-HOrizON LiKE New, limit-
$ 50. (650)598-9804.
wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO 470 rooms
TWiN bEd- Free you pick up. Call weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- uPriGHT PiaNO. In tune. Fair condi- (650)508-8662
(650)344-2109 6596 tion. FREE. (650) 533-4886.
TrEK MOuNTaiN train tag a long; exec HiP HOuSiNG
ViNTaGE LiNGEriE Washboard circa condition;$75;will text photo; (650)218- Non-Profit Home Sharing Program

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sequel 10 Rather and exclamation aptly 53 Scrape (out) (505)228-1480 local. from downtown Menlo Park
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arranged and 56 Little kid bOSTON TErriEr-PuPPY 10 weeks lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 Call today to Schedule a Visit
16 Malicious 11 Gardner of the spelled by the 57 Historical old, Vaccinated, Vet Checked, $1,500 (650)322-4100
17 Bandit band silver screen standalone letters period (650)400-1144. OMEGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
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struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
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20 *Niacin and 21 Vitality (650)593-2066 ViViTar V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
riboflavin 22 Prestigious prize original manual. Like new. $99 SSF 515 Office Space
23 7UP competitor 23 They’re not ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: ParrOT CaGE, Steel, Large - approx
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
(650)583-6636
since 1961 selfish offer. (650)245-4084 345 Medical Equipment -VirTuaL OFFiCES-
25 Harbinger 24 The Supremes, $59 - $150
28 *Twenty e.g. PET CarriEr for small dog or cat in ex-
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316 Clothes (510)770-1976
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& Fire hit 31 Fashion initials clothing. Excellent Condition. As a Cushion. 3 Zone. $45.00. (650)207-4162
620 automobiles
album whose 32 Giggle
bunch $200 Maryann (650)574-4439.
iNVErSiON THEraPY table back
title means 34 Reactive criticism bOx OF used men's Levi's and misc.
stretcher w/ heat $99.00 joe (650)573- 1994 MiTSubiSHi 3000 GT- VR4 Twin
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36 Salt’s “Halt!”
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jeans $99.00 or best offer fair condition (650)315-2959 (650)558-8555
considered” 37 “Hamilton” (650)589-0764 OMT TabLE, excellent condition, fold-
38 “Nothing to shout creator daWGS braNd Kaymann black and
ing, $25, (650) 552-9556. 1999 CadiLLaC DeVille Contour-Paid
about” __-Manuel white snake print loafers size 7 (9.3”) $25 radiaTiON PrOTECTiON 1/2-apron
$6,000 Sell $3,000 Good Condition
39 Some llama Miranda (650)369-2486 (650)315-2954 or (650)558-8555
Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
09/26/18
herders FaNCY HiGH hee; shoes, never worn
ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
don’t lose money
41 Nuclear reactor size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
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together in a way that that’s more fully uni- The loss of parking has been a concern

PARKS
Continued from page 1
fied,” he said, adding that the central area
could be programmed for outdoor activities.
“The big idea here is really about families
with some residents, though it was suggest-
ed during the meeting that there is sufficient
parking currently being constructed to com-
and library patrons having a greater experi- pensate for the spaces that the proposed
ence than they do today at the facility by parks would eliminate. Staff is also consid-
crossing. transforming a space currently devoted to ering modifications to parking permit
The idea is that the three sites will collec- car parking and turning it over to public and rates, developing an employee parking pro-
tively form one linear park that connects human uses.” gram and exploring weekday permit park-
downtown to the Bay, but the project is Arnold said the main challenge with the ing in private garages, according to a staff
years away from construction and it will City Hall site is creating a “compelling, but report.
likely be completed in phases. also intimate space” out of a parking lot Several speakers felt parking should not
The design phase alone and the communi- currently surrounded by the backs of build- be a priority.
ty outreach that comes with it will take at ings.
least a year, said Parks and Recreation “The world is changing and the degree to
He said the recommended option entails which people rely on cars is changing and if
Director Chris Beth.
Matt Arnold, principal at architecture and redoing the plaza to the side of City Hall, you think about the happiest memories of
design firm SERA, said his firm looked at a creating a path that leads to a lawn and plaza your life I would imagine very few of them
“rethink” of library operations for the pro- space in the central part of the park and have been in a garage or parking lot,” said
posed park there. maintaining some parking throughout the town that takes you all the way from the Bay resident Isabella Chu. “I would encourage
“The idea here is there’s a central plaza site. Trail under 101 and connects you along you to consider phasing out the parking
and courtyard surrounding the hardscape of “The big idea for the City Hall proposal is what could be a greatly restored Redwood entirely or to minimize it as much as possi-
the library and that there’s lawn and garden to have it be not just a park space but a con- Creek on either side,” he said. “Whether ble.”
space that stretches across what is currently nector that takes you from the library into you’re a commuter coming in or a jogger at Councilwoman Janet Borgens suggested
lot A. Roselli Park would be evened out, the the heart of downtown and beyond,” he said. lunch time or walking with your family and adding a retail component to the parks and
landscaping would be trimmed out, some of Arnold suggested developing the third pets, you can walk along the trail and even- she and other councilmembers expressed
the mounds that exist now that make it so site along Redwood Creek would be an espe- tually wind your way into downtown via the interest in preserving the existing redwood
you can’t really see into the park would be cially complex process, but the vision is to streetscape and connected system of parks.” trees on the library site.
leveled out, a play area would come into construct a new creekside trail. Each proposal comes with several alterna- “I think we have a lot of opportunities to
play and the back of the park would be land- “The big idea here is that you can imagine tives, including ones that preserve more expand in the future, but for now it’s exact-
scaped such that the whole thing is tied a great connection at the north end of down- parking than the recommended options. ly what we need,” Mayor Ian Bain said.

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Donald Trump challenges U.N. and


boasts of America’s go-it-alone might By Jonathan Lemire and Zeke Miller two years, my administration has accom-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS plished more than almost any administra-
tion in the history of our country.”
UNITED NATIONS — President Donald Just sentences into the president’s
Trump poured scorn on the “ideology of remarks, the audience began to chuckle
globalism” and heaped praise on his own and some leaders broke into outright
administration’s achievements Tuesday in laughter, suggesting the one-time reality
a speech to the U.N. General Assembly television star’s puffery is as familiar
that drew headshakes and even mocking abroad as it is at home. Trump appeared
laughter from his audience of fellow world briefly flustered, then smiled and said it
leaders. was not the reaction he expected “but
“The U.S. will not tell you how to live that’s all right.”
and work or worship,” Trump said as he Later he brushed off the episode, telling
unapologetically promoted his “America reporters, “Oh it was great. Well, that was
First” agenda. “We only ask that you meant to get some laughter so it was
honor our sovereignty in return.” great.”
Speaking in triumphal terms, Trump The leaders’ spontaneous response to
approached his address to the world body Trump’s address only reinforced the
as something of an annual report to the American president’s isolation among
world on his country’s progress since his allies and foes alike, as his nationalistic
inauguration. He showcased strong eco- policies have created rifts with erstwhile
REUTERS nomic numbers, declared that the U.S. mil- partners and cast doubt in some circles
Donald Trump speaks to reporters during a bilateral meeting with Colombia’s President Ivan itary is “more powerful than it has ever about the reliability of American commit-
Duque on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly. been before” and crowed that in “less than ments around the world.

Iran says U.S. wants to overthrow government, rejects two-way talks


By Edith M. Lederer of international law and “state obligations” There, he said, both sides can listen to each used blunt words to dismiss any entreaties
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS from the Obama administration by withdraw- other. “Beginning the dialogue starts with from Tehran.
ing from the 2015 nuclear deal that Iran ending threats and unjust sanctions that “According to the mullahs in Tehran, we
UNITED NATIONS — Iranian President signed with the U.S. and five other major negate the principles of ethics and interna- are ‘the Great Satan,’ lord of the underworld,
Hassan Rouhani accused the United States on powers. tional law,” he said. “What Iran says is clear: master of the raging inferno,” Bolton said in
Tuesday of trying to overthrow his govern- “On what basis and criteria can we enter no war, no sanctions, no threats, no bully- remarks prepared for delivery at a New York
ment, rejecting bilateral talks after President into an agreement with an administration ing. Just acting according to the law and the meeting convened to oppose Iran’s nuclear
Donald Trump denounced Iran’s leaders and misbehaving such as this?” Rouhani asked. fulfillment of obligations.” ambitions.
predicted stepped-up U.S. sanctions would “It is ironic that the U.S. government does In remarks released while Rouhani was “So, I might imagine they would take me
get Tehran to negotiate over its nuclear pro- not even conceal its plan for overthrowing still talking, U.S. National Security Adviser seriously when I assure them today: If you
gram. the same government it invites to talks.” John Bolton doubled down on the decision cross us, our allies, or our partners; if you
Addressing world leaders at the U.N. Rouhani invited the U.S. to come back to to withdraw from the deal, calling it “the harm our citizens; if you continue to lie,
General Assembly, Rouhani accused the negotiations within the U.N. Security worst diplomatic debacle in American histo- cheat, and deceive, yes, there will indeed be
Trump administration of violating the rules Council, which endorsed the nuclear deal. ry.” He echoed Trump’s strong language and HELL to PAY,” Bolton said.

October 29.