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Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula

Friday • March 15, 2019 • XIX, Edition 174

The ‘Flintstone House’ at 45 Berryessa Way in Hillsborough.

Hillsborough calls
Flintstone House
Democratic Assemblyman David Chiu is trying to tamp down rising housing costs with bills to expand rent control and stop
rental price gouging in California.
a ‘public nuisance’
Lawmakers try again to Town sues homeowner for
unpermitted improvements
By Anna Schuessler

tamp down rising rents


Recognizable for its bright hues and

bulbous shape, views of the “Flintstone
House” from Interstate 280 have captured
the imaginations of many who have
By Kathleen Ronayne passed by the Hillsborough home for
Having adorned the property at 45 Florence Fang
SACRAMENTO — California law- Berryessa Way with dinosaur statues and
makers are trying again to tamp down a sign reading “Yabba Dabba Doo” in recent months, the
rising housing costs by expanding home’s owner Florence Fang seems to have embraced the
rent control and stopping rental price personality many have assigned to the hillside home over-
gouging, warning a failure to act this looking the Crystal Springs Reservoir.
year could result in another costly bal- But the additions have not been welcomed by all — in a
lot measure in 2020. lawsuit filed in the San Mateo County Superior Court
“Our Legislature has failed to act to Wednesday, the town of Hillsborough is calling the home a
address the plight of struggling ten- public nuisance, alleging Fang is long overdue in address-
ants, ” Democratic Assemblyman ing municipal code violations and must remove the land-
David Chiu said. “That has to change scaping improvements officials say were installed at the
in 2019.” home without planning approvals or building permits.
California lacks enough homes to
GATO RIVERA shelter its nearly 40 million people, a See FANG, Page 23
Stasha Powell joins tenants and activists at a rally before the Redwood City Council situation that drives up the costs of
meeting Monday to protest steep rent increases. homes and rental units. The federal
government considers someone “rent Housing on fault line
Redwood City re-examining burdened” if they spend more than a
third of their income on rent. More
than half of California renters meet approved in South City
renter protection ordinances that threshold.
At the center of the debate is a 1995
law that bans rent control on apart-
City Council lauds unique development
By Austin Walsh
By Zachary Clark lease terms, which require landlords ments constructed after that year and DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF to offer a lease of at least one year, on single-family homes and condo-
and relocation assistance, which miniums. A townhouse development to be built on land intersected
Redwood City officials are review- forces landlords to pay tenants if they Democratic Assemblyman Richard by the San Andreas Fault received approval from South San
ing two renter protection ordinances evict them. Bloom wants to change the law to Francisco officials who lauded the vision for the unique pro-
that took effect in January after a “The two ordinances that just went allow rent control on apartments built posal.
group of tenants facing steep rent into effect were designed to give ten- more than 10 years ago as well as sin- The South San Francisco City Council unanimously
increases said they do not provide ants more stability and more protec- gle family homes, with an exception approved during a meeting Wednesday, March 13, the pro-
adequate protection. for small landlords. He said those posal to construct 22 single-family homes at the corner of
The ordinances include minimum See RENT, Page 18
See BILLS, Page 18 See HOUSING, Page 23


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Thought for the Day

“You can’t copy anybody and end
with anything. If you copy, it means
you’re working without any real feeling.”
— Billie Holiday, American singer

This Day in History

Roman dictator Julius Caesar was

44 B.C. assassinated by a group of nobles

that included Brutus and Cassius.

In 1 4 9 3 , Italian explorer Christopher Columbus arrived

back in the Spanish harbor of Palos de la Frontera, two
months after concluding his first voyage to the Western
In 1 8 2 0 , Maine became the 23rd state.
In 1 9 1 3 , President Woodrow Wilson met with about 100
reporters for the first formal presidential press conference.
In 1 9 1 6 , a U.S. expeditionary force led by Brig. Gen.
John J. Pershing entered Mexico on an ultimately futile
mission to capture Pancho Villa, whose raiders had attacked
Columbus, New Mexico, killing 18 U.S. citizens.
In 1 9 1 9 , members of the American Expeditionary Force
from World War I convened in Paris for a three-day meeting
to found the American Legion.
In 1 9 3 7 , America’s first hospital blood bank was opened
at Cook County Hospital in Illinois.
In 1 9 4 4 , during World War II, Allied bombers again raided
German-held Monte Cassino.
A swarm of painted lady butterflies land on a Carolina cherry tree as they migrate north from Mexico through Encinitas.
In 1 9 5 6 , the Lerner and Loewe musical play “My Fair
Lady,” based on Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion,” opened on In other news ...
Moving day: Bear family living court said Taylor Officer Matthew California brothers sentenced
In 1 9 7 7 , the U.S. House of Representatives began a 90- Minard “should have known better,”
day closed-circuit test to determine the feasibility of show- in highway median relocated even if the driver was rude. in bogus pharmacy scheme
ing its sessions on television. The situation comedy
TEMPLETON, Mass. — A portion of Minard stopped Cruise-Gulyas and LOS ANGELES — Federal prosecu-
“Three’s Company,” starring John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt and
a Massachusetts highway was shut wrote her a ticket for a lesser viola- tors say two California brothers who
Suzanne Somers, premiered on ABC-TV.
down while state wildlife officials tion. But when that stop was over, operated a bogus pharmacy in order to
In 1 9 8 5 , the first internet domain name,, Cruise-Gulyas raised her middle finger.
was registered by the Symbolics Computer Corp. moved a family of bears that had set up obtain and sell opioids and other pre-
a den in the median. Minard pulled her over again and scription drugs to black-market cus-
State police shut down a stretch of changed the ticket to a more serious tomers have been each sentenced to 10
Birthdays Route 2 in Templeton on Thursday
morning while state environmental
speeding offense.
Cruise-Gulyas sued, saying her free-
years in prison.
The U.S. Attorney’s office in Los
police tranquilized the mother bear and speech rights and her rights against Angeles says Thursday that 48-year-
relocated her and her cubs to a safer unreasonable seizure were violated. old Berry Kabov and 35-year-old Dabo
location in a nearby state forest. Kabov illegally pocketed more than
Authorities say the bears had to be Winter rescue: Stranded dog $3 million while running Global
moved as a precaution to ensure their winched to safety on helicopter Compounding Pharmacy.
own safety as well as the safety of
LONDON — It was a routine winter The two were convicted in 2017 of
training mission in northeastern multiple charges including distribu-
Route 2 is a four-lane highway in
Scotland until the Maritime and tion, conspiracy and money launder-
that area and was shut down for about
45 minutes. Coastguard Agency crew spotted a ing.
Supreme Court Model Fabio is 58. Actress Eva
Justice Ruth Bader Longoria is 44. State police tweeted that “every- stranded dog on the snowy Cairngorms
Ginsburg is 86. thing went beary well” with the move. mountains below. Two dead gray whales wash
Actor Judd Hirsch is 84. Jazz musician Charles Lloyd is 81.
They couldn’t fly away and leave the ashore in San Francisco Bay
Rock musician Phil Lesh is 79. Singer Mike Love (The Beach
Court: Middle finger dog in trouble, so winchman Mark
SAN FRANCISCO — Marine experts
Stevens on Wednesday was lowered to
Boys) is 78. Rock singer-musician Sly Stone is 76. Rock protected by the constitution the ground, scooped up the cold and say two dead gray whales were found in
singer-musician Howard Scott (War; Lowrider Band) is 73. TAYLOR, Mich. — When it comes to frightened animal, and both were the San Francisco Bay this week and
Rock singer Ry Cooder is 72. Actress Frances Conroy is 66. the middle finger, police might need a raised back to the helicopter. that one of them died from severe mal-
Actor Craig Wasson is 65. Rock singer Dee Snider (Twisted thicker skin. The dog, named Ben, was cuddled and nutrition.
Sister) is 64. Actor Joaquim de Almeida is 62. Actress Park A federal appeals court says a warmed on board before being rushed The Marine Mammal Center in
Overall is 62. Movie director Renny Harlin is 60. Singer Michigan woman’s constitutional to a veterinarian. Sausalito said Thursday scientists were
Terence Trent D’Arby (AKA Sananda Maitreya) is 57. Rock rights were violated when she was It turns out Ben had been missing for unable to determine a cause of death for
singer Bret Michaels (Poison) is 56. Rhythm-and-blues handed a speeding ticket after giving two days in dangerous weather caused the other whale.
singer Rockwell is 55. Actor Chris Bruno is 53. Rock singer the finger to a suburban Detroit officer by Storm Gareth. A team conducted necropsies on the
Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray) is 51. Actress Kim Raver is 50. in 2017. The decision means a lawsuit Officials say Ben has recovered from 1-year-old, 23-foot-long female
Rock musician Mark Hoppus is 47. Country singer-musician by Debra Cruise-Gulyas can proceed. exposure and has been reunited with whales Tuesday at Angel Island State
Matt Thomas (Parmalee) is 45. Rapper-musician In a 3-0 decision Wednesday, the his owner. Park.
(Black Eyed Peas) is 44.
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, March 13 Powerball Fantasy Five Fri day : Partly cloudy in the morning then
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 18 36 45 47 69 14 4 6 11 23 33 becoming sunny. Highs in the lower 60s.
Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph...becoming
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Daily Four northwest 5 to 15 mph in the afternoon.

Fri day Ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in the
10 12 16 49 57 18 7 7 4 3 upper 40s. West winds 5 to 15 mph.
Saturday : Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid
Daily three midday
Mega number
60s. East winds 5 to 10 mph...becoming
March 13 Super Lotto Plus 3 0 8 northwest in the afternoon.
Saturday Ni g ht: Partly cloudy in the evening then becom-
20 29 31 37 44 15 Daily three evening ing mostly cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s. West winds 5 to 15
Mega number

1 9 3
mph... Becoming northeast around 5 mph after midnight.
Sunday : Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming
The Daily Derby race winners are Solid Gold, No. 10, sunny. Highs in the upper 60s.
in first place; Big Ben, No. 4, in second place; and Sunday Ni g ht And Mo nday : Clear. Lows in the lower to
California Classic, No. 5, in third place. The race time mid 50s. Highs in the upper 60s.
NAMEHU was clocked at 1:48.46. Mo nday Ni g ht: Mostly clear.
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Police reports Pulgas was punched in the face at school, it
was reported at 4:01 p.m. Friday, March 8.
Arres t. Someone was arrested for having a
warrant on Shoreway Road, it was reported
Wrong spot at the wrong time at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, March 7.
Someone parked in an incorrect parking Wel fare check. A woman was trying to
spot and was approached by a man with hitchhike on Ralston Avenue and Twin
a machete on Woodside Road in Pines Lane, it was reported at 12:09 p.m.
Redwood City, it was reported at 9:01 Thursday, March 7.
a.m. Friday, March 8.
BELMONT Arres t. Someone was arrested on Baffin
Burg l ary . A vehicle was broken into on El Street for driving under the influence, it
Camino Real and a laptop and backpack was reported at 9:40 p.m. Saturday, March
were stolen, it was reported at 11:01 p.m., 9.
Monday, March 11. Threat cas e. Someone was threatened at
Ci ti zen as s i s t. A woman was hit by a the front counter on Flying Mist Isle, it was
man on Alameda de las Pulgas, causing her reported at 12:26 p.m. Thursday, March 7.
to fall back with a bloody lip, it was report- Cre di t c ard f raud. Someone used a
ed at 4:20 p.m. Friday, March 8. woman’s credit card to make online pur-
B at t e ry . A student on Alameda de las chases on Foster City Boulevard, it was
reported at 9:33 a.m. Thursday, March 7.

Richard C. Trigueiro Obituary

Richard C. Trigueiro, born Aug. 27, 1922,
died peacefully at home Sunday, March 10, Visitation is 6 p. m.
2019, at the age of 96. and vigil is 7 p.m. March
He was born in South San Francisco, 17 at Sneider & Sullivan
raised on the Peninsula and attended San & O’Connell’s, San
Mateo High School. He worked as a welder Mateo. Funeral Mass is
at the ship yards before enlisting in the U.S. 11 a.m. March 18 at St.
Army from February 1943 until October Gregory Catholic
1945 as an infantry staff sergeant serving in Church, San Mateo. Visit
France and Germany under Patton. Rich for more
received two Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star info.
before being honorably discharged.
He became a union carpenter after the war Until April 30, 2019, the Daily Journal
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Students target colleges in Local brief

lawsuit over bribery scheme

By Julia Cheever

Four college students filed an unfair

business practices lawsuit in federal
court in San Francisco Thursday
against the eight elite universities
implicated in a college admissions
cheating scandal.
The students, now at Stanford,
Tulane and Rutgers universities and a
community college, say they paid
application fees but did not have a fair PHOTO COURTESY OF BELMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT
admissions process and were turned Firefighters extingish a fire on the 800 block of Covington
down by one or more of the universi- Road in Belmont.
The eight universities, which Fire displaces Belmont family
include Stanford, the University of A Belmont family is being assisted by the American Red
Southern California and Yale Cross after a one-alarm fire rendered their home uninhabit-
University, are not facing criminal able Wednesday, according to city officials.
charges in the cases filed in federal Firefighters responded to a 911 call at about 2:30 p.m.
court in Boston this week. REUTERS FILE PHOTO
The Hoover Tower rises above Stanford University in this aerial photo in Stanford. and found heavy smoke coming out of the home on the 800
But the civil lawsuit claims they are block of Covington Road, according to officials.
liable for allegedly falsely advertising unfair, rigged process, in which par- “We take the issues raised through Initial reports indicated an elderly woman may be inside
that their admissions are based on stu- ents could buy their way into the uni- the events of this week very seriously. the home, but all adult residents were away at the time. The
dent merit and negligently failing to versity through bribery and dishonest While we continue to closely examine family’s dog, a Chihuahua, was found in the backyard
prevent bribery and fraud by wealthy schemes.” our policies and processes to see if unharmed. The fire was extinguished within 15 minutes and
parents, athletic coaches and admis- If she had known that, the lawsuit improvements should be made, we there were no injuries. The cause of the fire is under investi-
sions consultants. contends, she would not have spent stand behind the integrity of our gation, according to officials.
The lawsuit seeks to be certified as a the money to apply. admissions process,” Miranda said.
class action on behalf of the thousands Plaintiff Tyler Bendis, now a student In addition to Stanford, USC and
of applicants turned down by the high- at a community college in Orange Yale, the universities named as defen-
ly selective universities between 2012 County, says in the lawsuit that he had dants are Georgetown, UCLA, the
and 2018. It asks for reimbursement a 4.0 grade point average and was a University of San Diego, the
for the application fees of $50 to $100 pole vaulter on his school’s track University of Texas at Austin and Wake
as well as a punitive financial award. team. Forest.
The lawsuit filed Thursday is an He charges that when he was turned The alleged mastermind of the cheat-
amended version of a complaint filed down by the University of California ing scandal, admissions consultant
Wednesday by Stanford students Kalea at Los Angeles, Stanford and the William “Rick” Singer, is also a defen-
Woods and Erica Olsen. The amended University of San Diego after paying dant.
suit does not include Olsen but adds the application fees, he and his moth- Singer was targeted early in the FBI
three other students. er “did not get what they paid for — a probe of the admissions cheating and
Woods says in the suit that while she fair admissions process.” midway through the investigation
was admitted to Stanford, she was Stanford spokesman E.J. Miranda became a cooperating witness in the
rejected by USC. The lawsuit alleges said in a statement, “We believe the fall of 2018, secretly taping follow-up
she “was never informed that the lawsuit filed by the students against phone calls with parents who had
process of admission at USC was an Stanford is without merit. begun to work with him.

Wet winter ends California drought after 376 straight weeks

By John Antczak down, experts said Thursday. The conditions in the far south are
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More than 93 percent of the state is because of very dry prior years, the
free of drought or dryness, and areas of monitor said, noting reservoirs in San
LOS ANGELES — California is free abnormal dryness along the Oregon Diego County are at only 65 percent of
of drought for the first time in more border and in parts of four southern capacity. Abnormal dryness describes
than seven years and only a small counties amount to less than 7 percent an area either entering drought or
amount of its territory remains abnor- of the state, the U.S. Drought Monitor emerging from it, but below the four
mally dry as a very wet winter winds said in its weekly update. tiers of drought.
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FBI debated in 2016 how aggressively to probe Trump campaign

By Eric Tucker and Chad Day low up on that informa- into consideration, the likelihood or Republicans and from Trump. Strzok was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tion given that unlikelihood of anybody’s electoral removed from special counsel Robert
Democrat Hillary process. We need to go, based on the grav- Mueller’s investigative team in August
Clinton was seen at the ity of this allegation, go investigate it and 2017 following the discovery of the texts
WASHINGTON — During the early days time as likely to defeat get to the bottom of it.” and was later fired from the FBI. Page has
of the Russia investigation, FBI officials Trump, and an aggres- The comments were made during a closed- since left the bureau.
debated whether Donald Trump’s chance of sive investigation had door interview in June 2018 with the In a statement Thursday, Strzok attorney
winning should factor into how aggres- the potential of endan- House Judiciary Committee. The top Aitan Goelman said his client welcomed
sively they investigated potential coordi- gering the source. Republican on that panel, Rep. Doug the release of the transcript.
nation between his campaign and the Strzok said he dis- Collins, released a transcript of the inter- “It is further evidence that, contrary to
Kremlin, two FBI officials told Congress Donald Trump agreed that a candidate’s view on Thursday as part of an ongoing the impression that the President’s allies
last year, according to newly released tran- electability should be effort to paint the early days of the Russia in Congress tried to create with their selec-
scripts of their interviews. part of the equation. investigation as tainted by law enforce- tive and often inaccurate leaks, Pete at all
Peter Strzok, the former FBI agent who “If there are members of the Trump cam- ment bias. In the past week, Collins has times discharged his duties honorably,
helped lead the investigation, told law- paign who are actively illegally colluding released transcripts of similar interviews patriotically, and without regard to his per-
makers in a closed-door interview that the with the government of Russia, that’s with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr sonal political opinions,” Goelman said.
FBI had received information from an something the American people need to and ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page, with whom In the transcript, Strzok said the debate
“extremely sensitive source” alleging col- know, that’s something candidate Trump Strzok exchanged anti-Trump text mes- over how aggressively to investigate the
lusion between Russia and members of the potentially needs to know. And equally, if sages during the 2016 election and investi- campaign explained the backstory of a
Trump campaign. FBI officials, including they aren’t guilty of anything, that’s also gations into his campaign. cryptic Aug. 15, 2016, text message he
then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, important,” Strzok said. “So my statement Those text messages have made Strzok sent Page that has long attracted
debated internally how vigorously to fol- there is: We can’t consider, we can’t take and Page particular targets of outrage from Republican attention.

CITY GOVERNMENT Millbrae woman, tives emphasize this is a temporary

Local briefs suspension affecting only the poultry
The San Bruno Co mmuni ty 87, killed in crash exhibits.
Fo undati o n is accepting applica- call the Officer William Torr at (650)
An 87-year-old Millbrae woman was 369-6261.
tions to join its board of directors. killed in a car crash in unincorporated BART OKs new
The San Bruno Ci ty Co unci l
will appoint three individuals to
San Mateo County on Wednesday, the County Fair escalators on Market Street
California Highway Patrol reported
serve on the foundation board for Thursday. suspends poultry show BART’s Board of Directors approved
four-year terms, starting January The crash was reported off of a plan Thursday to spend $96.5 mil-
Following the advice of the
2020. Visit for more infor- Interstate 280 at Golf Course Drive lion to replace 41 escalators at sta-
California Department of Food and
mation. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 3. near Crystal Springs Golf Course at tions along San Francisco’s Market
Agriculture and due to the confirmed
about 2:30 p. m. , according to the case of Newcastle disease in San Mateo Street corridor.

CHP. County, the San Mateo County Fair The contract also allows BART
A 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe had been announced the suspension of its 2019 General Manager Grace Crunican the
traveling east on Golf Course Drive poultry show in its Agricultural option of replacing four San Francisco
when it was hit on its right side by a Livestock Department. Municipal Transportation Agency ele-
white 2016 Volkswagen turning west The Board of Directors will formally vators at the Embarcadero station.
onto Golf Course Drive from the take action on the Poultry Show sus- BART staff members said the eleva-
Plus Cert. Fee.
northbound highway off-ramp. pension on March 27 at its regularly tors being replaced are some of the old-
Most Cars &
The Hyundai rolled over due to the scheduled board meeting. est in the entire system and have out-

Light Trucks.
lived their useful lives.

$ 75
2000 & Newer
impact and came to a rest on its left “Due to the severity of this virus
With or w/o side. A 63-year-old man driving the [Virulent Newcastle disease] and the As part of the escalator contract, the
Appointment vehicle and his 87-year-old female and serious threat to the poultry industry contractor is required to keep the
We do: equipment functioning properly at
89-year-old male passengers were in California, the California

r5FTUPOMZ taken to Stanford Medical Center. Department of Food and Agriculture least 96 percent of the time. The board
r)ZCSJE The woman died at the hospital, recommends that the San Mateo hopes to assist them in that effort by
r%JFTFMT according to the CHP. The Santa Clara County Fair Board adopt a local policy installing canopies over all the sta-
869 California Dr. County medical examiner’s office will addressing the suspension of its poul- tion entrances in question, which
El Camino Real
Burlingame identify her once they receive the case
and contact her family.
try show for the 2019 fair season,”
said` Dana Stoehr, chief executive offi-
should protect the escalators from the
Burlingame Ave

(650) 340-0492
Palm Dr


The Hyundai driver suffered moderate cer of the San Mateo County Fair. “Working escalators are so impor-
California Dr
Brake & Lamp Mon–Fri 8:30 AM–5:30 PM injuries and the other passenger The fair board will work with the tant,” board President Bevan Dufty
101 Station Sat 8:30 AM–3 PM reported only a complaint of pain. A local 4-H and FFA representatives to said in a statement. “This is a game-
16-year-old girl driving the coordinate a birdless poultry exhibit changing procurement as we will have
Volkswagen and her 15-year-old for the 2019 fair and encourage stu- a single escalator technology at all our
female passenger were not injured. The dents to participate in an educational core stations.”
CHP said neither alcohol nor drugs are display about the poultry industry. The plan calls for installation of
suspected as factors in the crash. Poultry entries represented 241 of roughly six escalators per year, start-
The case is under investigation and the 5,818 plus entries to the 2018 San ing in 2020 when the first escalators
anyone with information is asked to Mateo County Fair. Fair representa- are slated for delivery.
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Senate slaps down Trump border emergency

By Lisa Mascaro, dom’s role in the killing of journalist Jamal
Alan Fram and Catherine Lucey Khashoggi. Even though there’s not likely
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to be enough numbers to override a veto,
the votes nevertheless sent a message from
WASHINGTON — In a stunning rebuke, a Capitol Hill.
dozen defecting Republicans joined Senate “Today’s votes cap a week of something
Democrats Thursday to block the national the American people haven’t seen enough
emergency that President Donald Trump of in the last two years, ” said Senate
declared so he could build his border wall Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, “both par-
with Mexico. The rejection capped a week ties in the United States Congress standing
of confrontation with the White House as up to Donald Trump.”
both parties in Congress strained to exert The result is a role-reversal for
their power in new ways. Republicans who have been reluctant to
The 59-41 tally, following the Senate’s take on Trump, bracing against his high-
vote a day earlier to end U.S. involvement profile tweets and public attacks of repri-
in the war in Yemen, promised to force mand. But now they are facing challenges
Trump into the first vetoes of his presiden- from voters — in some states where sena-
cy. Trump had warned against both actions. tors face stiff elections -- who are expecting
Moments after Thursday’s vote, the presi- more from Congress.
dent tweeted a single word of warning: Centrist Maine GOP Sen. Susan Collins,
“VETO!” who’s among those most vulnerable in
Two years into the Trump era, a defecting 2020, said she’s sure the president “will not
dozen Republicans, pushed along by be happy with my vote. But I’m a United
REUTERS States senator and I feel my job is to stand
Democrats, showed a willingness to take
U.S. senators Jack Reed, right, and Dick Durbin attend a joint news conference on on defunding up for the Constitution, so let the chips fall
that political risk. Twelve GOP senators,
military projects to pay for border wall on Capitol Hill. where they may.”
including the party’s 2012 presidential
nominee, Mitt Romney of Utah, joined the constitutional place.” “The president can certainly express his Trump’s grip on the party, though,
dissent over the emergency declaration Many senators said the vote was not nec- views as he has and individual senators can remains strong and the White House made it
order that would enable the president to essarily a rejection of the president or the express theirs.” clear that Republicans resisting Trump
seize for the wall billions of dollars wall, but protections against future presi- Thursday’s vote was the first direct chal- could face political consequences. Ahead of
Congress intended elsewhere. dents -- namely a Democrat who might want lenge to the 1976 National Emergencies the voting, Trump framed the issue as with-
“The Senate’s waking up a little bit to our to declare an emergency on climate change, Act, just as Wednesday’s on Yemen was the him-or-against-him on border security, a
responsibilities, ” said Sen. Lamar gun control or any number of other issues. first time Congress invoked the decades-old powerful argument with many.
Alexander, R-Tenn., who said the chamber “This is constitutional question, it’s a War Powers Act to try to rein in a president. “A vote for today’s resolution by
had become “a little lazy” as an equal branch question about the balance of power that is Seven Republicans joined Democrats in Republican Senators is a vote for Nancy
of government. “I think the value of these core to our constitution,” Romney said. halting U.S. backing for the Saudi Arabia- Pelosi, Crime, and the Open Border
last few weeks is to remind the Senate of our “This is not about the president,” he added. led coalition in the aftermath of the king- Democrats!” Trump tweeted.

Mexico launches plan to consult Mexicans living in US

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that Mexicans can participate whether they The forums won’t be yes-or-no votes, but While such plans have been attempted in
are long-time established migrants or rather a chance for Mexicans abroad to con- the past, they frequently never made it out
MEXICO CITY — The Mexican govern- recent arrivals without proper documents. tribute ideas on Mexico’s national develop- to their outlying towns many migrants
ment is launching a plan to give Mexicans ment plan. come from. “These (programs) are often
living in the United States a voice on “These are 12 million countrymen whose
voices have never been heard before at this mandated on a national level, but out in the
national policy. Valdovinos said the administration of townships they aren’t enforced, because of
The Institute for Mexicans Abroad is plan- level, ” said the head of the institute, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is
Roberto Valdovinos. inertia,” Valdovinos said.
ning to hold open-ended public consulta- hoping to put together a comprehensive
tion sessions from mid-March to mid-April The consultative forums will be held in plan for Mexicans returning or deported Lopez Obrador has said that his hope is to
in 13 U.S. cities. The forums will start on San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno and Los from the United States, including points create enough jobs in Mexico so that
Sunday in San Francisco and end in Chicago Angeles, and also in the Texas cities of like making it easier for them to get their Mexicans no longer have to migrate, and
on April 12 and New York on April 13. Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and El Paso. U. S. educational records transferred to that eventually the United States will be
The head of the Institute said Thursday Phoenix and Tucson will also have dates. Mexico. asking for Mexicans to come.
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8 Friday • March 15, 2019 NATION THE DAILY JOURNAL

O’Rourke begins 2020 bid with big crowds

By Will Weisert and Alexandra Jaffe Donald Trump on the issue.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Trump took more note of O’Rourke’s gyra-
tions than his policy plans.
BURLINGTON, Iowa — Democrat Beto “Well, I think he’s got a lot of hand move-
O’Rourke jumped into the 2020 presidential ment,” Trump told reporters in the Oval
race Thursday, shaking up the already packed Office. “Is he crazy or is that just how he
field and pledging to win over voters from acts?”
across the political spectrum as he tries to After weeks of gleefully teasing an
translate his sudden celebrity into a formida- announcement, O’Rourke now must prove
ble White House bid. whether his zeal for personal contact with
The former Texas congressman began his voters will resonate beyond Texas. He hasn’t
campaign by taking his first ever trip to demonstrated much skill in domestic or for-
Iowa, the state that kicks off the presidential eign policy, and as a white man, he’s enter-
primary voting. In tiny Burlington, in ing a field that has been celebrated for its
southeast Iowa, he scaled a counter to be diverse roster of women and people of color.
heard during an afternoon stop at a coffee Asked in Burlington how he’d contrast
shop. himself with other presidential hopefuls,
“Let us not allow our differences to define O’Rourke said that he wasn’t sure but that
us as at this moment,” O’Rourke told a he’d never been afraid to work with congres-
whooping crowd, his heels perched at the sional Republicans. That may not be
countertop’s edge. “History calls for us to enough for Democrats anxious to angrily
come together.” oppose Trump, however, and some other
Earlier in the day, O’Rourke popped into a White House candidates draw shaper con-
coffee shop in Keokuk while many cable trasts.
networks aired live coverage. He took ques- “The reason why I think I’m the best can-
tions about his support of federal legaliza- Former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke speaks during a campaign stop at The Beancounter didate for the presidency is very different
tion of marijuana as well as the possibility Coffeehouse & Drinkery in Burlington, Iowa. than his,” New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
of a universal basic income, all while char- sion,” O’Rourke said. wide, but O’Rourke also was clear that he said of O’Rourke on Thursday. “I think we
acteristically waving his arms and gesticu- It was the kind of high-energy, off-the- doesn’t believe in strict immigration need a leader who’s going to fight for other
lating fervently. cuff style that made him a sensation in rules — drawing a distinction that could people’s kids as hard as you’d fight for your
“I could care less about your party persua- Texas and a monster fundraiser nation- allow him to clash openly with President own.”

Rejected in 2016, Sanders hopes for a warmer reception

By Meg Kinnard Democratic primary “Bernie has kind of laid the groundwork. South primary state.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS electorate. He returns to He’s kept moving,” said state Rep. Terry Senior adviser Jeff Weaver told reporters
South Carolina on Alexander, a Sanders supporter. “He never this week that Sanders will be in South
COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina gave Thursday for the first stopped campaigning even after the elec- Carolina much more frequently than during
Bernie Sanders the cold shoulder in 2016. time as a 2020 candi- tion. He just kept moving and working, his first campaign and is putting together a
Four years and several visits later, Sanders date, eager to prove that making sure his infrastructure was in place.” “much stronger team on the ground, much
hopes the state is ready to warm to him. those efforts put him in Sanders’ 2016 loss in South Carolina to earlier in the process.”
The Vermont senator has spent months a more competitive Hillary Clinton blunted the momentum he Some of that work has been done by Our
working to deepen his ties with the black position in a state he generated in the opening primary contests Revolution, the organizing offshoot of
and exposed his weakness with black vot- Sanders’ 2016 campaign. The South
community in South Carolina, where Bernie Sanders lost by a staggering 47
minority voters make up the majority of the points. ers. Rather than skip South Carolina this Carolina branch is among the group’s
time around, Sanders’ advisers say they plan strongest, holding regular meetings and
to make a serious bid in the first-in-the- conferences throughout the state.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • March 15, 2019 9

College admissions bribery scandal
Los Angeles Times Other voices reality is that they have created and
tolerated a lopsided system that,
A Cargill sequel
ou know those slasher movies that seemingly
despite some efforts to the contrary, had endless sequels but similar plots, with a few

he indictment of dozens of continues to benefit the rich over
private colleges, as do the children of tweaks here and there?
wealthy parents, including potentially more deserving students
alumni, who tend to be a far more “Friday the 13th,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” etc.?
several Hollywood actresses with lesser means.
privileged group than other appli- I honestly don’t think I have seen a complete film in
and business leaders, along with the Colleges could start fixing this by either series — horror flicks aren’t for me — but I have a
top college athletic coaches they eliminating the admissions prefer- feeling the new incarnation of a development proposal for
Furthermore, the parents of affluent
allegedly bribed, tells a shocking ence for children of alumni, by the 1,433-acre Cargill salt pond site will be eerily like the
children commonly hire private col-
story of corruption and deception in demanding strong academic perform- last one — though I wonder if it might have the added
lege-admissions counselors who
college admissions. If the charges are ance from all applicants including component of housing advocates.
sometimes edit or rewrite — or even
true, these privileged but desperate athletes and by forbidding students to When the Cargill plans for the site died in 2012 after
write — student essays for them and
parents sought to ensure spots at elite coach them intensively through the use paid professional help to com- years of contention I had a feeling it might return if the
schools for their children by pretend- process. These techniques are not ille- plete their applications. Students in conditions changed — after all, there is money to be made
ing they were top flight athletes, gal. In 2016, journalist Jia Tolentino better-funded schools would still have with developing 2 square miles of Bayfront land. Seems
helping them cheat on standardized wrote in the publication Jezebel about like the conditions have changed. How one specific
advantages, but not by as much as
tests, and paying off college officials, her years supporting herself by charg- change occurred is the most recent topic of discussion —
they do when they hire private outside
among other things. ing wealthy families $150 an hour to and that is the Environmental Protection Agency deter-
Well-known designer Mossimo counselors. Applicants should have to
write or rewrite their teens’ essays. sign a statement that their essays rep- mining that the site is not subject to the Clean Water Act.
Giannulli was among those charged, Any students currently in college as Without getting into the histo-
along with actress Felicity Huffman. resent solely their work, and that they
a result of outright bribery should understand their admission will be ry of that decision, it boils
Coaches allegedly pocketed millions have their admission revoked. down to the fact that the prop-
of dollars in some cases for their role revoked if it’s found otherwise.
Whether or not they consciously par- Applicants would still lie here and erty owners — recently
in helping get the children admitted. ticipated, their presence at college is rebranded as “Reimagine
But let’s not kid ourselves. This is there, and it is not clear what mean-
based on fraud — and the seats they’re ingful enforcement there could be. But Saltworks” are dusting them-
simply the extreme and egregious filling could be taken by other stu- selves off and getting ready to
(and, prosecutors say, illegal) edge of at least students — and their desperate
dents with legitimate credentials. parents — might hesitate if they get back to business. A series
a college admissions process that is But colleges cannot claim to be the of meetings are in the works
already heavily weighted with subtle knew they’d be committing fraud.
hapless victims of parental manipula- and soon enough we will all
and unsubtle forms of favoritism for At the very least, it would send a
tion of the admissions process. get an idea of what might be
the rich, empowered and connected. message that colleges are serious proposed.
Despite their supposed belief in a sys-
The offspring of major donors gener- tem of merit-based admissions, the about leveling the slanted playing What was proposed last time
ally receive favorable treatment at field of admissions. in the “50/50 Balanced Plan”
was 50 percent of the land
Letters to the editor reserved as permanent open
space, public recreation and
tidal marsh restoration and develop the remaining half
into housing, schools, parks and retail and transit facili-
Inmate mental health injured on two occasions by inmates talking about donating a building, ties. Up to 12,000 homes would have been built under this
who had significant mental health we’re talking about fraud,” which plan.
Editor, issues. opens the door to so many more ques-
Through my experience as a social It is that last sentence that should raise the eyebrows of
Mental health is complicated and tions, particularly: which mecha- many pro-housing advocates throughout the Peninsula. It
worker in Child Protective Services, I has been one of the leading factors nisms or arrangements (such as mak-
see parents of children involved suf- will be interesting to see where the burgeoning movement
contributing to child abuse and neg- ing large donations) still exist, that lands on this issue since it could open up a new front in an
fer from incarceration and substance lect. I envision this program to even- are not expressly illegal, that the already established battle, which until this point has been
inflicted mental health issues. I tually reduce the number of inmates elite exploit to their own advantage primarily between a developer and environmentalists.
believe no parents intend to abandon who need to be put in administration for university admissions? Depending on how it goes, it could potentially create not
or mistreat their children. However, segregation pods, improve inmate’s As a former Mills High School stu- only a large-scale public planning battle but an existen-
mental health related issues often mental health and ensure a safe work dent, I can testify to the nauseating tial crisis for many on the Peninsula. Groups like Save the
impair a parent’s ability to care for environment for officers. competitiveness surrounding univer- Bay were established because of previous large-scale fill-
their child. sity admissions. With immense ing of our identifying body of water and governmental
In the article “County jail ramps up parental or peer pressure on their agencies such as the Bay Conservation and Development
mental health resources” in the Stephanie Lam backs to get into the best schools,
San Mateo Commission were founded to keep such development in
Monday, March 11, edition of the San both parents and students take unethi- check. And yet something like 12,000 housing units
Mateo Daily Journal, I am pleased to cal shortcuts to boost their chances might sound mighty appealing to those who believe
read that the San Mateo County of admission. I am personally aware increasing supply will help solve what is becoming one
Sheriff’s Office and the San Mateo Nothing new of families hiring professional essay of our primary issues here on the Peninsula — the
County Health’s Correctional Health Editor, writers, Caucasian students exaggerat- jobs/housing imbalance.
Services Division are partnering up I was not surprised at all to hear ing their minority heritage and To say the site is problematic is an understatement. And
in providing inmates with mental that the FBI’s Operation Varsity Blues households faking poverty or low how the discussion goes from here will be interesting to
health conditions treatment and med- uncovered a vast university admis- income, all in an attempt to game the say the least.
ical attention. I learned through the sions scheme in which elite, ultra- system in their favor. A little bit of background, if you are interested. Salt pro-
article that the goal of the program is wealthy individuals paid to fraudulent- The culture of stigmatization sur- duction in the Bay began in the early 1900s, grew sub-
to “help reduce the need to keep some ly or unfairly boost their children’s rounding university admissions is stantially throughout the early and middle part of the cen-
inmates in maximum security and chance of admission into the top uni- deeply troubling and is only propped tury, and waned in the later part of the century until most-
eventually open more opportunities versities through bribes and decep- up by parents who have totally unre- ly ceased in the early part of this century. Around that
to inmates when they are released.” tion. alistic expectations for their children. time, 16,500 acres was sold to the government for a total
My hope is that this is the first step This type of behavior is nothing Parents should allow their children of $243 million — with $100 million in cash and $143
in alleviating the amount of alterca- new and brings top universities no the freedom to make their own choic- million in tax credits. This property was initially part of
tions and injuries to either inmates or closer to overcoming their image of es and decisions. that deal, but wasn’t. It was seen by some as a way for
correctional officers. My significant showing preference to the rich and Cargill to make some money while other property would
other worked as a correctional officer powerful at the expense of those more You You Xue be restored to the Bay. The deal, announced by U.S. Sen.
for San Mateo County. During his qualified or academically-fit. The pros- Dianne Feinstein, was heralded though there was some
Millbrae controversy that San Francisco and Oakland international
career inside the jail facility, he was ecutor on the case stated, “We’re not
airports saw the salt pond restoration as a source of miti-
gation money for runway expansions into the Bay. That
OUR MISSION: never came to pass. Cargill had two iterations of its devel-
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most opment proposal with the most recent scaled-back ver-
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. sion already described — though there was some talk
By combining local news and sports coverage, about an even more scaled-back plan that was never pro-
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, duced. All were ardently opposed by Save the Bay, and
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to other environmental groups. We’ve learned even more
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County. about sea level rise in the past decade so that too should
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we be a factor — especially when Bayfront communities like
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer
choose to reflect the diverse character of this San Mateo and Foster City are spending millions to
Dave Newlands, Production Manager dynamic and ever-changing community. ensure they are safe in the years to come.
Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman
Will Nacouzi, Production Assistant Jim Clifford Talia Fine And here we are today. When it comes to discussion
Kerry McArdle, Marketing & Events
Brooke Hanshaw Robert Hutchinson SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM about development and housing, it has yet to intersect
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Austin Walsh, Senior Reporter
Nick Rose Joel Snyder this site. I’ve often wondered if and when the pro-housing
REPORTERS: Gary Whitman crowd may turn to the Peninsula’s broad band of environ-
Terry Bernal, Zachary Clark, Anna Schuessler
mental protections and open space preservation as a cause
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events Online edition at
of our housing crunch. Or if that will remain verboten, or
perhaps a battle that cannot be won.
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10 Friday • March 15, 2019 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks end mostly lower, end three-day streak

By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
High: 25,752.84
U. S. stocks indexes barely budged Low: 25,621.31
Thursday as the market’s three-day winning
streak stalled. Close: 25,709.94
The benchmark S&P 500 index finished Change: +7.05
essentially flat as losses in communica-
tions, industrial and health care stocks out- OTHER INDEXES
weighed gains in financial and technology S&P 500: 2808.48 -2.44
companies. Several retailers and home-
NYSE Index: 12,660.16 -14.10
builders also declined.
Reports of a criminal investigation into Nasdaq: 7630.91 -12.50
Facebook’s data-sharing practices weighed NYSE MKT: 2554.00 -5.91
on the social media giant’s shares. Russell 2000: 1549.64 -6.25
The market was coming off a solid three-
day rally as it reclaimed some of the Wilshire 5000: 29,064.43 -31.15
momentum it had in January and February.
Investors are still waiting for some more 10-Yr Bond: 2.63 +0.01
news on U. S. -China trade negotiations Oil (per barrel): 58.49 +0.23
before they feel comfortable pushing the Gold : 1,295.70 -13.50
market much higher. Media reports had
stoked hope that a summit would take place
this month, but no concrete announcement
has been made. ly brush off the chaos surrounding Britain’s social media company faces. Its privacy company’s fourth-quarter profit fell short of
Despite some softness over the last few exit from the European Union, its key trad- practices have already been scrutinized by Wall Street forecasts. The discount-store
weeks, U.S. stocks are still considered a ing bloc. The Federal Trade Commission. The compa- operator also gave investors a weak full-
safe haven relative to the rest of the world, The S&P 500 has been holding within ny and its CEO have also faced year profit forecast.
said Scott Wren, senior global equity strate- 2,750 and 2,850 points the past couple of Congressional inquiries. Rival discount chain Dollar Tree dropped
gist for Wells Fargo Investment Institute. weeks and isn’t likely to break out of that Boeing fell 1 percent. The stock has 1.9 percent.
“We’re still the lead sled dogs here, we’re range until there’s a major change in the slumped throughout the week as nations and The Commerce Department said sales of
pulling the global economy along,” he trade talks, Federal Reserve policy or other airlines ground its newest 737s over safety new U.S. homes slumped 6.9 percent in
said. another major market-moving develop- concerns. A second deadly crash over the January, a possible sign that would-be buy-
The S&P 500 index slipped 2.44 points, ment, said Ioana Martin, global investment weekend involving its 737 Max 8 and safe- ers paused during the government shutdown
or 0.1 percent, to 2,808.48. The Dow Jones specialist, J.P. Morgan Private Bank. ty concerns stunted the company’s stock even as mortgage rates continued to decline.
Industrial Average inched up 7.05 points, or “Unless we have any additional catalysts gains. The report also showed sales prices declined
0.03 percent, to 25,709.94. or any meaningful change in communica- Retailers were among the big decliners 3.8 percent. Homebuilder stocks were most-
The Nasdaq composite dropped 12. 50 tion from the Fed or from the trade front, it’s Thursday. ly trading lower following the report.
points, or 0.2 percent, to 7,630.91. The difficult to see how we could break outside of Tailored Brands, which owns Men’s Hovnanian Enterprises dropped 2.5 per-
Russell 2000 index of smaller companies that range,” Martin said. Wearhouse, plunged 25.1 percent after giv- cent.
gave up 6.25 points, or 0.4 percent, to Take-Two Interactive Software led the ing investors a surprisingly weak first-quar- Technology companies and banks led the
1,549.63. slide in communications companies. The ter profit forecast. The company has been gainers. Apple rose 1.1 percent and Wells
Major indexes in Europe finished higher. stock slid 3.8 percent. trying to increase sales at both Men’s Fargo added 0.9 percent.
The S&P 500, Nasdaq, Dow and Russell Facebook fell 1.8 percent after the New Wearhouse and its Jos. A. Bank stores, but Bond prices fell. The yield on the 10-year
2000 are showing double-digit gains for the York Times reported that its data-sharing is facing a tougher retail market. Treasury note rose to 2.63 percent from
year so far. practices are now under criminal investiga- Shares in other apparel retailers also fell. 2.61 percent late Wednesday.
Still, investors spent Thursday in a wait- tion. L Brands dropped 3.1 percent, while Gap The dollar strengthened to 111. 73
and-see mode, keeping a close watch on The investigation into how it sells data is gave up 1.8 percent. Japanese yen from 111. 05 yen on
global trade issues and continuing to most- the latest in a list of privacy scandals the Dollar General slid 7.5 percent after the Wednesday.

Oracle fiscal 3Q net income of $2.75B Business briefs

REDWOOD CITY — Oracle Corp. on
Thursday reported fiscal third-quarter net Eiger BioPharma
income of $2.75 billion, after reporting a
loss in the same period a year earlier. reported a loss of $16.5M in 4Q
The Redwood City-based company said it PALO ALTO — Eiger BioPharmaceuticals
had profit of 76 cents per share. Earnings, Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $16.5
adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were million in its fourth quarter.
87 cents per share. On a per-share basis, the Palo Alto-based
The results exceeded Wall Street expecta- company said it had a loss of 92 cents.
tions. The average estimate of 13 analysts The results did not meet Wall Street expec-
surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was tations. The average estimate of four ana-
for earnings of 84 cents per share. lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
The software maker posted revenue of Research was for a loss of 83 cents per
$9.61 billion in the period. Its adjusted rev- share.
enue was $9.62 billion, also topping Street
For the year, the company reported that
forecasts. Ten analysts surveyed by Zacks
expected $9.59 billion. its loss widened to $52.4 million, or $3.82
Oracle shares have increased 17 percent per share.
since the beginning of the year, while the Eiger BioPharma shares have climbed 31 The Facebook campus in Menlo Park.
Standard & Poor’s 500 index has risen 12 percent since the beginning of the year. In
percent. In the final minutes of trading on
Thursday, shares hit $52.96, an increase of
1 percent in the last 12 months.
the final minutes of trading on Thursday,
shares hit $13.31, a climb of 40 percent in
the last 12 months.
Facebook says outages due to
‘server configuration change’
By Mae Anderson thanked people for their patience. It didn’t
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS elaborate on the server change.
The outage is yet another publicity prob-
NEW YORK — Facebook went down for lem for a company already dealing with pri-
almost a full day across parts of North vacy issues and regulatory probes .
America and Europe, but it’s still not saying The disruption isn’t likely to hurt adver-
exactly what happened. tisers much, since they usually pay for ads
All the social network said Thursday was per click or impression. But they lose
that the outages, which affected users and potential customers who might have seen
advertisers worldwide, resulted from a “serv- their ads when the site and apps were down.
er configuration change.” It offered no fur- Longer term, Facebook’s reputation with
ther details. advertisers and investors could be damaged,
Facebook and its apps — Instagram, said Wedbush Securities managing director
Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp — Dan Ives.
started experiencing problems midday It didn’t help that it took Facebook so
Wednesday on the U. S. East Coast. long to explain what was going on, he said.
Facebook was still having sporadic issues Facebook said on Wednesday that the prob-
Thursday morning. lem was not related to a “distributed denial
Facebook did not say how many users of service” or DDoS attack, a type of attack
were affected or why the outage took so long that hackers use to interrupt service to a
to fix. In a tweet about 24 hours after the site, but didn’t provide any other details
problems began, Facebook apologized and until Thursday.
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<<< Page 12, Birch Bayh,

the man behind Title IX, dies
Friday • March 15, 2019

Florida doubles up Sharks

By Josh Dubow ning streak snapped. San Jose looked tired
Panthers 4, Sharks 2 playing for the third time in four nights and
ing a six-game skid. Florida moved within missed an opportunity to become the first
seven points of Columbus for the final team in the Western Conference to clinch a
SAN JOSE — Mike Hoffman scored a postseason berth. More importantly, the
tiebreaking goal on the power play late in Eastern Conference playoff spot but has
only 12 games left to make up that margin. Sharks failed to increase their one-point
the second period and the Florida Panthers lead over second-place Calgary in the
denied San Jose a chance to clinch a playoff Jamie McGinn and Dryden Hunt also
Pacific Division race. The Flames have one
STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS berth with a 4-2 victory over the Sharks on scored for the Panthers, and rookie Sam
game in hand.
San Jose’s Tomas Hertl, right, and Florida Thursday night. Montembeault made 26 saves to win his
Martin Jones made 23 saves in San Jose’s
defenseman MacKenzie Weegar fight for Hoffman also set up Frank Vatrano’s first career road start.
ontrol of the puck during the second period insurance goal in the third to send the Melker Karlsson and Kevin Labanc scored
of Florida’s 4-2 victory in San Jose. Panthers to their third straight win follow- for the Sharks, who had their six-game win- See SHARKS, Page 14

“If we expect our sport to

grow for future generations,
we must raise our standards.”
— Belinda Stronach,
chairperson and president of TSG

Horse dies
as training
resumes at
Santa Anita

ARCADIA — Santa Anita will ban the use

of medication and whips on racing days
after the 22nd horse fatality in 2 1/2
months occurred at the historic track
The move by owner The Stronach Group
would make Santa Anita the first racetrack in
the nation to impose such restrictions in a
NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL sport that has taken repeated hits for drug
Hillsdale’s Sopha Eftekhari hits a second-inning grand slam during the Knights’15-1 win over Half Moon Bay in the Knights’ Bay Division opener. and safety issues while struggling to main-
tain its fan base and attract younger gam-

Hillsdale routs Cougars

“What has happened at Santa Anita over
the last few weeks is beyond heartbreak-
ing,” said Belinda Stronach, chairperson
and president of TSG. “It is unacceptable to
the public and, as people who deeply love
By Nathan Mollat while they can still hit the long ball, down the lineup. Leadoff hitter Sophia horses, to everyone at The Stronach Group
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF they’re also showing they can play station- Eftekhari — who blasted a grand slam in the and Santa Anita.”
to-station ball as they used both forms of second —  and No. 9 hitter Caitlin Regan Stronach announced the ban on drugs and
offense to drill visiting Half Moon Bay combined to reach base in all seven of their whips for racing days at Santa Anita and
It’s not lost on Hillsdale’s first-year soft- Golden Gate Fields in Northern California
ball head coach Kelly McDonald that she Thursday, 15-1. plate appearances, going 5 for 5 with two
walks, five runs scored and eight RBIs. in what she called an open letter on the
inherited a squad loaded with talent. After a scoreless first, Hillsdale (1-0 PAL
“Whether you’re the three hitter of seven, future of thoroughbred racing in California.
But that doesn’t mean there haven’t been Bay, 5-1 overall) got back-to-back homers
in the second inning to take a 5-0 lead. The eight, nine, someone has to put a bunt down “The sport of horse racing is the last great
growing pains. or hit the ball to the left side,” McDonald sporting legacy platform to be modern-
“This isn’t baseball. People can’t wait to Knights then strung together four hits, two
walks and a hit batter to score five more runs said. ized,” she said. “If we expect our sport to
see how far they can hit the ball, ” Bella Carreon also reached base in her grow for future generations, we must raise
McDonald said. “The first couple games, in the third and then used a combination of
big and timely hits to wrap up their scoring three at-bats and scored three runs, getting our standards.”
everyone was trying to hit the palm tree hit by a pitch twice and drawing a walk. Such changes would make the two
(over the fence in left field).” with five more runs in the bottom of the
fourth. Addison Eftekhari was 2 for 3 with a home Stronach-owned tracks the first in North
The Knights seem to have gotten those
early season jitters out of the way. And The Knights got contributions up and See SOFTBALL, Page 14 See HORSES, Page 14

Coaches in bribery scandal wielded outsized authority

By Jim Vertuno All three were coach- And now they face criminal charges they most rigorous academic standards for admis-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing lower-tier sports, not leveraged that authority to enrich them- sion lower the bar for student athletes. They
the glamorous, big- selves or their sports programs. do it because they want to win champi-
AUSTIN, Texas — Coach Gordie Ernst’s money ones, basketball Federal indictments unsealed this week onships at all levels.
Georgetown University tennis teams didn’t and football. And yet, outlined a sweeping college admissions
win or lose, these coach- scandal in which coaches allegedly took “If you are going to pay for it and com-
win any Big East championships. At Wake pete, why would you not want to win?” said
Forest, Bill Ferguson’s volleyball teams es did have something bribes from wealthy parents to help falsify
incredibly valuable: the their children’s sports credentials and desig- Nellie Drew, a sports law expert at the
struggled near the bottom of their confer- University at Buffalo School of Law.
ence. keys that can get students nate them as recruited athletes.
into some of the most “Stanford has more Olympic athletes than
At Stanford, John Vandemoer’s sailing John Whether it’s football, basketball or “non- many countries. They are proud of that.”
teams were nationally ranked but competed Vandemoer exclusive colleges in revenue” sports like tennis or water polo,
in a sport that isn’t governed by the NCAA. America. private and public colleges with even the See SCANDAL, Page 16
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THURSDAY win over the Bears in the PAL Ocean

Local sports roundup Division opener for both teams. Players have been furious at
Sophomore Emma McGraw paced the slow free-agent markets
Softball Girls’ swimming offense for Mills (1-0 PAL Ocean), going 4
Notre Dame-Belmont 15, Harker 2 San Mateo 95, Burlingame 75 for 4 with four RBIs. Co-captain Hannah during the first two offseasons
Ashleigh Dean had a big day at the plate to The Bearcats swam four more CCS qualify- Kwong, Olivia Williams and Cassandra of the five-year labor contract,
lead the Tigers to the WBAL win over the ing times as they beat the rival Panthers. Stanley all drove in a pair of runs for the
Eagles. The 200 medley relay — comprised of Vikings as well. set to expire Dec. 1, 2021.
Dean went 4 for 4 and drove in four runs as Emma Lepisova, Emily Chinn, Cecelia Sophia Mosqueda earned the win in the
circle, allowing one run on two hits and
NDB (2-0 WBAL, 2-0 overall) banged out 15
hits. Dean came up a triple short of the cycle,
hitting singles in the second and fourth, to go
with a first-inning double and a third-inning
Quan and Jennifer Ding — swam a CCS qual-
ifying time, as did the 200 free relay, with
Kalyn Chang replacing Ding on the anchor
striking out six in five innings of work.

Presentation 4, Carlmont 3, 8 innings

MLB players and
home run. Noosha Steward added a pair of
RBIs for the Tigers as well.
Kaitlin Kiesel was the beneficiary of all that
Lepisova also swam qualifying times in a
pair of individual events — the 200 individ-
ual medley and the 100 backstroke.
The Panthers walked off with a non-league
win over the Scots with a run in the bottom
of the eighth inning.
owners to start
offense as she picked up the win in the circle.
Kiesel worked all five innings of the mercy-
rule game, allowing two runs on six hits.
College softball
San Mateo 9, Ohlone-Fremont 1
Carlmont (2-1 overall) scored all three
runs in the third inning to take a 3-1 lead,
but Presentation (4-0) scored single runs in
labor talks now
There was a time when the Renegades and the sixth and seventh to tie the score at
Baseball Bulldogs battled for Coast Conference suprema- three and force the extra inning.
cy. Carlmont’s Ashley Trierweiler is off to a NEW YORK — Major League Baseball and
Half Moon Bay 7, Menlo-Atherton 5 its players’ union reached an unprecedented
The Cougars rebounded from their first loss Now, Ohlone is just another blip for state hot start following a basketball season dur-
power CSM. Amanda Ubois-Weitenhagen hit a ing which she earned co-players of the year agreement Thursday to discuss renegotiat-
of the season Tuesday to beat the Bears in the ing their labor contract that has three sea-
rematch Thursday as both teams saw their PAL three-run homer in the third inning, her fifth of honors in the PAL South.
the season and the 20th for the team this Trierweiler had one of the Scots’ four hits, sons remaining, part of a deal that includes
Ocean Division records move to 1-1. modest rule changes for 2020 and drops
HMB (1-1 PAL Ocean, 6-1 overall) scored month, to lead CSM (4-0 Coast Conference, 22- but she drove in all three of her team’s runs
2 overall) to its 15th straight victory. with a three-run home run. pitch clocks until 2022 at the earliest.
three runs in the top of the seventh to earn the
victory, as Danny Guevara drilled a two-run Emily McAdams improved to 13-1 in the Players have been furious at slow free-
triple to give the Cougars a 6-5 lead. He would pitcher’s circle, allowing just one run on two San Mateo 14, Lowell 1 agent markets during the first two offsea-
later score on a passed ball. hits. The Bearcats battered the Cardinals in their sons of the five-year labor contract, set to
Jack Mettam had a double and RBI for HMB, season opener, scoring seven runs in each of expire Dec. 1, 2021. None of the previous
Tristan Hofmann drove in a run and Jared College baseball the first two innings in a game ended by the 11 collective bargaining agreements dating
Mettam scored twice for the Cougars. mercy rule in the fifth inning. to 1966 has been overhauled in mid-agree-
San Mateo 7, Chabot-Hayward 0 ment, except for limited areas defined by the
Pete Discher had the only RBI for M-A as Christian Ontai was a home run short of Monet Scheller and Charlotte Velasquez
HMB committed four errors. each drove in three runs to pace the attack for sides when the deal was signed.
the cycle as he drove in four runs in the
Bulldogs’ win over the Gladiators. San Mateo (1-0). Izzy Borges and Giuliana “It remains to be seen what the union’s
Boys’ tennis It was the fourth straight win in Coast Selvitella drove in two runs apiece, with going to ask for, what we’re going to ask
Golden Gate Conference play for CSM (4-1 Selvitella drilling an opposite-field home run. for and whether we reach an agreement,”
Aragon 7, San Mateo 0 That was more than enough offense for San deputy commissioner Dan Halem said. “It’s
The Dons made in a statement with a conference, 14-6 overall).
Pitcher Nico Zeglin saw his ERA drop to Mateo starting pitcher Sage Hager, who struck a positive sign we were able to reach an
sweep of the Bearcats in a match between out 10 while allowing one run on three hits in agreement with the union on rule changes
two teams undefeated in PAL Bay Division 1.18 after seven innings of work, scattering
four hits and striking out six as he improved five innings of work. and hopefully we can build on that.”
to 4-1 on the season. Ordinarily, the sides would have started
Aragon (5-0 PAL Bay, 6-1 overall) won Baseball negotiations in March 2021. The union
six of the seven matches in straight sets.
Daniel Duan, at No. 2 singles, and Randy WEDNESDAY Capuchino 15, Sequoia 5 proposed major economic changes this off-
Liu at No. 4, both dropped only a pair of Leading 2-0, the Mustangs broke the season that management refused to consid-
games in 6-1, 6-1 wins. The Dons’ No. 1 Boys’ volleyball game open with an eight-run fourth, fol- er, such as expanding the designated hitter
doubles team of Richard Tang and Rithik lowed by a five-run fifth to beat the to the National League, addressing service-
San Mateo 3, Hillsdale 1 Cherokees in a non-league game. time rules that affect eligibility to free
Booreddy lost only three games in a 6-1, 6- The Bearcats handed the Knights their
2 victory. Tyler Firpo and Kenny Osterland each agency and salary arbitration. Also, adding
first PAL loss of the season, pulling into a drove in three runs for Capuchino (4-3). provisions to the amateur draft that would
The toughest match of the day came at No. second-place tie with Hillsdale in the
3 doubles, where Arnva Kothari and Nicky Ryan Lapuyade went 3 for 4 with a RBI and make teams less likely to jettison veterans
process. two runs scored. in favor of rebuilding.
Dobbs needed a third-set, super-tiebreaker Both San Mateo (5-1 PAL) and Hillsdale
to beat Aakash Parthasarathy and Brandon Ben Murray and Dillon Goetz each drove “I think the common ground that we were
(5-1) are a game behind Carlmont (5-0).
Yermash, 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 13-11. in two runs for Sequoia (2-4). able to find here has cracked open a door to
Jason Wu led the way for the Bearcats, fin-
ishing with 12 kills and five service aces. a broader conversion,” union head Tony
Menlo-Atherton 7, Burlingame 0 Ryan Savage added 11 kills and three blocks
Boys’ lacrosse Clark said. “And that broader conversion we
The Bears finally opened PAL Bay Division for San Mateo, while Jayce Gispan dug up Sacred Heart Prep 12, Menlo School 6 believe is necessary and in the best interest
play with a whitewash of the Panthers. 20 Hillsdale attacks. In a battle for WCAL supremacy, it was the of both parties. How things manifest them-
M-A (1-0 PAL Bay) lost only five games in Gators who cruised past the rival Knights. selves moving forward remains to be seen.”
the seven matches. Jake Andrew, at No. 2 sin- Softball SHP all but put the game away in the first While there is no deadline, as a practical
gles, Luke Jensen, No. 4 singles, and the No. Mills 13, Menlo-Atherton 1 half, leading 10-2. matter the sides would have to agree to
3 doubles team of Will Roundtree and Saarth The Vikings used five runs in both the A quintet of Gators all scored two goals of major economic changes before free-agent
Bonde all won their matches at love for the third and fifth innings to post a mercy-rule apiece: Max Sloat, Larry Hart, Patrick negotiations start, on the sixth day follow-
Bears. Hagerty, Billy Barnds and Tommy Barnds. ing the World Series.
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49ers hope additions address lack of turnovers

By Josh Dubow The 49ers paid a big price for these have the second overall pick and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS additions, trading a 2020 second- could be in position to take Ohio
round pick to Kansas City to acquire State’s Nick Bosa, who is projected
SANTA CLARA — The most glar- Ford and then giving him a five- to play the same role.
ing need for the San Francisco 49ers year, $87.5 million contract, and Now they could be in position to
this offseason was clear after the signing Alexander to a four-year deal move down in the draft or look at a
defense set records for futility with worth $54 million. rush linebacker like Josh Allen.
just seven takeaways and two inter- Ford had a career-high 13 sacks “We’re evaluating everyone,”
ceptions last season. last season and led the NFL with Lynch said. “Having Dee just makes
The team’s first two big moves of seven forced fumbles. He also led all us a better football team, and the
the new league year were made to edge rushers with 84 total quarter- draft’s something separate. Yes,
address that deficiency with the addi- back pressures, according to Pro those two do interact at some point,
tions of an edge rusher in Dee Ford, Football Focus, making him exactly but we’ll see. We’re going to go out
who has a propensity for strip the kind of playmaker the 49ers there and look. At No. 2, you want to
sacks, and a speedy linebacker in lacked on defense this past season. have a great football player. That’s
Kwon Alexander, who has a knack “It’s really a mindset and muscle what we’re looking for and we’ll see
for finding the ball. memory,” Ford said of forcing where it ends up.”
“That wasn’t fun to watch,” gener- turnovers. “It’s not really an intri- The 49ers also signed cornerback
al manager John Lynch said cate skill to have. It’s just a mindset. Jason Verrett to a one-year deal,
Thursday. “It is something we have Most guys get to the quarterback and receiver Jordan Matthews to a one-
to live with. It’s a reality, and we just want to take him down. Just year contract, linebacker David
needed to change that. These are the switch the mentality and knock the Mayo to a two-year contract, and
type of players that we believe can ball out. You have to work it. USA TODAY SPORTS
agreed on a one-year deal to bring
reverse that trend. Starting with Everything happens so fast so it Kyle Shanahan is hoping that the play of Dee Ford, who had 13 sacks and back safety Antone Exum. San
Kwon. He’s always around the ball. needs to be muscle memory to go for forced seven fumbles with Kansas City last season, can help the 49ers win Francisco also released linebacker
There’s so many things to like, but the ball.” the turnover battle in 2019. Brock Coyle, who announced he
that is definitely something that The 49ers haven’t had an edge will retire after suffering a back
jumps. And then Dee, he has a knack rusher reach double digits in sacks Alexander, coming off a torn ACL, coach Kyle Shanahan said. “Both of injury last season.
for getting the ball out. Eight forced since Aldon Smith had 19 1/2 in has six career interceptions, six these guys have a lot of speed, and Verrett is a 2014 first-round pick
fumbles last year, and that first step 2012 and have the fifth-fewest over- forced fumbles, two fumble recover- they both play very violent.” by the Chargers and made the Pro
is lethal. We think that can help our all sacks in the NFL the past six sea- ies and seven sacks in 46 games. With Ford slated to start at defen- Bowl in 2015. But he has played
entire team get that virus going, sons. DeForest Buckner led the team “Speed and violence affect the sive end in the Leo position on San only five games the past three sea-
where we’re taking away the ball on with 12 sacks this past season, quarterback and make people do stu- Francisco’s defense, the strategy in sons after suffering knee injuries in
a regular basis.” mostly from an interior spot. pid things before they want to,” the draft could be altered. The Niners 2016 and 2017.

Raiders cut Nelson, McCarron to save cap room

By Josh Dubow Raiders and had before the team decided to go in Oakland and will be part of a rota- ing exclusively to free safety the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 63 catches for another direction. tion at defensive tackle with sec- past two seasons under coordinator
739 yards in his The move leaves Nathan ond-year players Maurice Hurst and Wade Phillips but said he’s ready to
one season in Peterman as the only backup on the P.J. Hall, as well as Justin Ellis. play in the slot if needed for
ALAMEDA — After making sev-
Oakland. The roster. Peterman was fifth-round “I’m definitely honored to be Oakland.
eral big-ticket additions to start
Raiders turned pick by Buffalo in 2017 but was cut here for another two more years, be Joyner looks forward to come in
free agency, the Oakland Raiders
his $3.6 mil- last season after beginning the a part of the movement going for- on the ground floor of a rebuild
are now making some cuts.
lion roster year as the starter. He is 68 for 130 ward,” Hankins said. “It’s exciting after helping Florida State rebound
The Raiders released 2018 lead- bonus for 2019
ing wide receiver Jordy Nelson and in his career for 548 yards, three seeing everybody that they’ve from a team that struggled in coach
backup quarterback AJ McCarron Jordy Nelson into a signing TDs, 12 interceptions and a 32.5 been signing. I just can’t wait to Bobby Bowden’s final seasons
bonus late last passer rating in his career. get back to work and prove every- before he arrived and then won a
on Thursday to create salary cap season, which leaves them with
space after going on a spending The Raiders also signed defen- body wrong and let them know that national championship under
$1.8 million in dead money this the Raiders are back.” Jimbo Fisher in his senior season.
spree earlier this week. year. sive tackle Johnathan Hankins to a
The moves save more than $8.5 Coach Jon Gruden had planned to two-year contract to return to Joyner is the most notable addi- “When I entered both organiza-
million for the upcoming season keep Nelson before plans changed Oakland and formally announced tion so far for a defense that ranked tions, they weren’t doing too
after the Raiders committed more when Brown became available from the deal with Joyner that was agreed last in the NFL in yards allowed per well,” he said. “Even my years with
than $50 million in salary cap Pittsburgh last weekend. to earlier this week. play (6.27) and points allowed per the Rams, we started off slow, but
space to acquire receiver Antonio The Raiders traded a 2019 fifth- Hankins spent his first four sea- game (29.2) last season. they got the right guys in. I feel
Brown, tackle Trent Brown, safety round pick to Buffalo last year to sons with the Giants and then The Raiders coveted Joyner for like I’m one of the first stepping
Lamarcus Joyner and receiver Tyrell acquire McCarron as the backup to played for Indianapolis in 2017 his versatility; he had experience stones, one of those first mile-
Williams. Derek Carr. McCarron appeared in before joining the Raiders last sea- playing cornerback, in the slot and stones for Coach Gruden to bring
Nelson signed a $14.2 million, just two games with three passes son. He had 36 tackles and two fum- safety in five seasons with the the right guys in and change this
two-year deal last March with the ble recoveries last season for Rams. He was at his best after mov- place around.”
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Giants brief
D’backs 3, Giants 0
Continued from page 11
Luke Weaver pitched five scoreless
innings and lowered his ERA to 1.59 in his
first spring since being acquired for star run, a double and two runs scored.
slugger Paul Goldschmidt. Weaver struck While Hillsdale appears to be hitting its
out four and allowed three hits. Christian stride, Half Moon Bay is still trying to figure
Walker, Goldschmidt’s possible replace- out what kind of team it is. The Cougars’ only
ment at first base, doubled and tripled to non-league game was rained out so Tuesday’s
raise his average to .355. PAL Bay Division opener against Capuchino,
Dereck Rodriguez allowed a run and two a 1-0 loss, was their first game of the season.
hits over 4 2/3 innings. Mark Melancon The Cougars’ scoring drought to start the
allowed two runs. season reached 10 innings before they
scratched out a run in the top of the fourth

Continued from page 11
But the hits were few and far between for
HMB, which facilitated a long post-game
meeting with first-year head coach Callie
Pacheco-Barkley, a 2009 HMB graduate.
Hillsdale shortstop Bella Carreon appears to make a diving, backhanded catch of a popup in
the third inning.The home plate umpire, however, ruled Carreon did not make the catch and
an infield hit was awarded.
“It was kind of a come-to-Jesus meeting,” “She’s always been a power pitcher. What Addison Eftekhari, Brittany Santos, Levy and
second regulation loss at home since Dec. Pacheco-Barkley said. “Do you want to have she’s gotten better at is her changeup,” Regan all drove in a run in the inning.
20. fun or do you want to compete? I need to McDonald said. Half Moon Bay (0-2) finally ended its scor-
know so I can adjust my mindset (as head After a scoreless first, Hillsdale scored all ing drought when the Cougars scored their
The Panthers took control of the game in coach).”
the second period when they scored twice the runs it would need in the bottom of the first run of the season in the top of the third
The Cougars definitely have the talent to second. Kaufusi led off the inning by reach- inning. Facing Hillsdale reliever Sydney
for a 3-2 lead. They tied it early in the peri- compete. There are three seniors on the team
od when Riley Sheahan won a faceoff just ing on catcher’s interference. Hannah Levy Nagamine, Chloe Moffitt led off the inning
—  Jerrika D’Aquisto, Mailie Bowers and then drew a one-out walk and Regan reached by getting hit by a pitch. Abby Claudius fol-
outside the offensive zone to Troy Brouwer, Marissa Terra — who were freshmen when the
who fed Hunt for his second goal in two on an infield hit to load the bases. Sophia lowed with a walk and both runners moved up
Cougars won the 2016 Central Coast Section Eftekhari, a junior, came up and, on a 2-2 on a wild pitch. Moffitt would come in to
games after scoring none through the first Division III title, a team on which Pacheco-
32 of his career. pitch, hammered a ball into the left-center score on a Genevieve Belmonte groundout.
Barkley was an assistant coach. field gap, racing around the bases for the “Better than nothing,” Pacheco-Barkley
Florida kept up the pressure from there but And while there are a total of six returning grand slam and a 4-0 lead. said.
Jones managed to turn away several chances players from 2018, the rest of the HMB ros- It was 5-0 two pitches later when senior Hillsdale, however, came back with five
with the Sharks short-handed for more than ter is peppered with first-year, freshmen play- Addison Eftekhari blasted a ball to deep cen- more runs on four more hits in the fourth.
three minutes after a double-minor to Logan ers. ter field and also made it around the bases for Regan had the big hit in the inning for the
Couture. Hillsdale starting pitcher Kealani Kaufusi the second of back-to-back shots for the Knights, delivering a two-run single.
But the Panthers then capitalized on a bad had a lot to do with the Cougars’ struggles at Eftekhari sisters. Addison Eftekhari added a RBI double two
line change late in the period that led to a the plate. The senior, a four-year varsity In the third, the Knights loaded the bases batters later.
penalty for too many men on the ice. Keith player, allowed only two hits through three again and then used a series of base hits and “All of our hitters all compete at a high
Yandle passed the puck to Hoffman, who innings of work, striking out four with no walks to plate five more runs as they sent 10 level in the summer,” McDonald said. “And
beat Jones with a slap shot from the top of walks. batters to the plate. Sophia Eftekhari, they’re starting to find their groove.”
the circle for his 32nd goal of the season.

Hoffman was a member of the Sharks for a of fatal injury is less than half that of North developing and administering a nationwide
few hours back in June when he was acquired America,” he said in a statement. “And to those anti-doping and medication control program for
by San Jose in a deal from Ottawa before industry leaders that have said the status quo is the sport.
being almost immediately shipped to the Continued from page 11 OK, it is time to come clean and admit that our Stronach’s announcement came hours after a
Panthers in a move that helped create the low standards and uneven rules remain a major filly broke both front legs at the end of a work-
salary cap room that eventually brought weakness for the sport.” out on the main dirt track on Thursday, becom-
America to follow the strict International Also weighing in was PETA. ing the 22nd horse to suffer catastrophic
Erik Karlsson to San Jose. Fans even dis- Federation of Horseracing Authorities stan-
played a mock retired Sharks jersey for “This groundbreaking plan, which PETA has injuries since Dec. 26 at Santa Anita.
dards. pushed for, will not bring back the 22 horses Trainer and owner David Bernstein said the 3-
Hoffman. California’s other major racetrack is Del Mar, who have died recently,” PETA senior vice pres- year-old named Princess Lili B broke down just
Vatrano’s goal midway through the third north of San Diego, which is owned by the Del ident Kathy Guillermo said in a statement, “but past the finish line after a half-mile workout.
gave the Panthers a cushion and capped his Mar Thoroughbred Club. it will prevent the deaths of many more and will KTTV-TV was at the track and captured video of
happy 25th birthday. It wasn’t clear whether the bans would apply set a new standard for racing that means less suf- the breakdown.
to other TSG-owned tracks, including fering for thoroughbreds at this track.” Bernstein told KTLA-TV that Princess Lili B
NOTES Gulfstream Park in Florida and Pimlico in Santa Anita’s changes came after a bill, the apparently took a step as she changed leads,
Baltimore, home of the Preakness Stakes. Horseracing Integrity Act of 2019, was intro- which led to her breaking her left ankle and then
Sharks D Radim Simek will need surgery The changes announced Thursday were wel- duced in Congress on Thursday by Rep. Paul her right ankle. Alead change refers to which set
to repair a torn ACL and MCL in his right comed by Jim Gagliano, president and chief Tonko (D-New York), and Rep. Andy Barr (R- of legs, left or right, leads or advances forward
knee. ... San Jose forward Evander Kane operating officer of The Jockey Club. Kentucky). when a horse is galloping.
remains sidelined for personal reasons. He “Now, more than ever, we need to reform the The bill would create a private, independent The death occurred after several new safety
said Thursday that he and his wife recently regulation of the sport such that we will be in authority, the Horseracing Anti-Doping and initiatives were installed and racing suspended
lost a child during pregnancy. step with all other racing nations, where the rate Medication Control Authority, responsible for for two weeks.
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Two tied for lead at Players Championship

By Doug Ferguson one of them. Fleetwood had a big years to its traditional March spot
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS finish with three straight birdie on the calendar brought green,
putts of 15 feet or longer. softer conditions and more wind
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — “If you like golf, you should like than usual, though it was out of the
March or May, there is no shortage this golf course, really,” Fleetwood typical May direction. With the rye
of excitement at The Players said. “It’s just about as fair as overseed making the moderate
Championship. you’re going to get a test. If you hit rough more predictable, players
Tiger Woods made only one par it well like I did today, you’re going took aim.
on the back nine Thursday, revving to have chances and you can shoot Fleetwood had only one birdie on
up the crowd with five birdies, only a score, and people are shooting the slightly easier back nine, and
to slow his charge with three mis- scores. But you can also get it the finished with birdie putts from 15
takes. other way, as soon as you start feet, 30 feet and 18 feet.
Emiliano Grillo hit the pin on struggling and start going the “You get on a run like 7, 8, 9, and
the island-green 17th and the ball other way, it can easily go against it feels great after that,” Fleetwood
nearly bounced into the water. One you. It’s an amazing course for said. “Just one of them would feel
group later, Ryan Moore heard the that.” like a great round, so three of them
“clink” of ball hitting pin on the Woods hit a shot off a spectator’s ... I’ll take it.”
fly and heard only cheers for the ankle on the first hole, clipped a Byeong Hun An and Brian
ninth hole-in-one on the 17th at tree off the tee on the second hole, Harman were at 66, while Rory
TPC Sawgrass. managed to get through the front McIlroy also played bogey-free for
Harris English had an albatross nine, and then thought he might be USA TODAY SPORTS a 67. He was in a group with
2. Kiradech Aphibarnrat had an 84. able to take advantage late in the Keegan Bradley, above, and Tommy Fleetwood each shot 7-under 65s to Moore, who used a 54-degree wedge
There were 23 eagles. Fifty play- afternoon as the wind began to die. lead the Players Championships after the first round. for his ace on the 17th.
ers had a double bogey or worse. He did, and then he didn’t. “The group right before me, we
When the day ended, Keegan A birdie was followed by a ball in in 18 starts at The Players he failed shots early, rectified that, made a were walking up 16 ... I think it
Bradley and Tommy Fleetwood the water on the par-5 11th for a to break 70. The exception was few adjustments, and then went was Grillo hit the pin about 2 inch-
went different routes to reach the bogey. Two birdies were followed 2013, when he last won. about my business. And then the es above the cup and almost went
same score and share the lead at 7- by a shot in the rough-covered “I felt like I could have got some- back nine, there’s nine holes on back in the water,” Moore said. “I
under 65. mounds. Two more birdies were fol- thing in the 60s today and got off the back nine, made one par. So heard mine clink and I was just
Bradley got off to a fast start and lowed by a missed par putt from 4 to not actually the best of starts that was interesting.” waiting to go see where the ball
had three putts for eagle, making feet. It added to a 70, the 17th time today,” Woods said. “I hit some bad The move from May after 11 went. And then no ball showed up.”

Pair of boxing’s best to square off in Texas

By Stephen Hawkins Spence is defending his inches taller and has a fighter is daring to do what I’m doing. ... I’m
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS title in the 147-pound divi- longer reach. But he does- about big challenges, big obstacles, and just to
sion for the third time. He n’t think the size difference show everybody that I’m the best.”
ARLINGTON, Texas — Errol Spence Jr. did- stopped previously unde- is what gives him the While acknowledging that “on paper” Garcia
n’t like four-division champion Mikey Garcia feated challenger Carlos advantage. is his toughest opponent to date, Spence said he
describing him as just another opponent. Ocampo with a first-round “Skill for skill, talent for won’t know for sure until they get into the ring.
“Stop talking about your other opponents knockout at the Dallas talent, I’m more dominant And Spence feels like he gets something signif-
like I’m one of them,” shot back Spence, the Cowboys’ practice facility than him in everything, in icant with a victory, other than just retaining
IBF welterweight champion. in Frisco last June, not far every aspect,” Spence said. his title.
When Spence and Garcia step into the ring Mikey Garcia from his home in Desoto. Errol Spence Jr. “The size won’t matter. I’ll “I feel like this turns me into a star,” Spence
Saturday night — at midfield in the massive bil- This title defense is a beat him in anything he said. “Everybody’s trying to take the place of
lion-dollar home stadium of the favorite NFL pay-per-view match from AT&T Stadium, where wants to do. If he wants to box, I’ll beat him in Floyd Mayweather and become the face of box-
team for both fighters — it will be a matchup of the Cowboys play their home games and where that. If he wants to fight, I’ll beat him in that ing. I feel like this takes me on the right track to
undefeated champions, and two of the best the ring will be centered under the looming 72- too. Whatever gameplan they’ve got going, it become the face of boxing, and become the No.
pound-for-pound boxers. foot tall video boards that stretch between the won’t work.” 1 pound-for-pound fighter in the world.”
Garcia, the reigning WBC lightweight cham- 20-yard lines. Of course, Garcia feels the same way going The 31-year-old Garcia, whose current title is
pion who is 39-0 with 30 knockouts, is mov- “This is a dream come true fighting in my into the bout when he has a chance for a major in the 135-pound division, had sparring part-
ing up two weight classes to take on Spence, at hometown,” Spence said. “Seeing Mikey title in a fifth division. That would put him in a ners 20 pounds heavier than him during training
24-0 with 21 knockouts and fighting at home in Garcia’s face through this whole training camp select group with Thomas Hearns, Sugar Ray for the rare double-division jump.
North Texas for the second time in nine months. just made me more focused and more hungry to Leonard, Oscar De La Hoya, Manny Pacquiao “Not only have all of our sparring partners
“He’s going to find out why I chose to fight put on a great performance.” and Floyd Mayweather Jr. told us, but all of Mikey’s opponents, they’ve
him and why I picked this fight,” Garcia said. Garcia grew up around Oxnard, California, “This fight, getting the victory, will forever said the same thing, that until they’re in the
“Like all of my other opponents, they don’t see where the Cowboys hold part of their preseason leave my name in the history books of boxing. ring, they realize how strong and hard Mikey
anything flashy, they don’t see anything spe- training camp each year. I’m here to create a legacy, I’m here to make his- hits,” said Robert Garcia, his trainer and broth-
cial, but when they get inside the ring, then Not only is Spence used to the heavier divi- tory and this fight does that,” Garcia said. “No er. “That’s one thing that Errol Spence doesn’t
they realize that I am special in a different way.” sion, the 29-year-old southpaw is about three other fighter’s doing what I’m doing, no other know.”
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Shiffrin wins Mickelson caught up in college fraud

super-G title By Doug Ferguson A note from Mickelson
and his wife, Amy, appears
Singer’s company to find them the right col-
as a testimonial to Singer Mickelson said Singer never approached
SOLDEU, Andorra — Mikaela Shiffrin on a website for “The him about any fraudulent charges involved in
won the World Cup super-G title on Key,” another name for the case. Singer pleaded guilty on Tuesday.
Mickelson says he might be “more shocked
Thursday after placing fourth in the season- his company. They thank “Our kids ... schools are like fighting to get
than anyone” to learn that a college consult-
ending race, which was won by Viktoria him for his support in them,” Mickelson said. “I say that as a proud
ing company he has used the last three years
Rebensburg of Germany. finding their daughter the dad. But their grades, their outside activities,
has been accused of orchestrating a massive
It was the American’s 10th career crystal right college. their worldly views on things, have colleges
bribery scheme.
globe but the first in a speed discipline. She Phil Mickelson “The college process is recruiting them. We weren’t even aware, real-
He said he never contributed to William so layered and confusing.
has also won three over- “Rick” Singer’s foundation tied to his ly.”
all titles and six slalom I don’t know what we would’ve done without
California-based company, Edge College & Brown University spokesman Brian Clark
titles. your insight and belief in our daughter,” said
Career Network, but used the service to find said Thursday a case-by-case review of every
“It’s special because I the note, which Mickelson said was a text his
the right fit for his children. varsity athlete admitted and enrolled as part of
really never thought I wife sent to Singer.
His oldest daughter is now a sophomore at the recruitment process over the last four years
could be in this position “We, along with thousands of other fami-
Brown. generated “zero concerns.”
this season already in lies, hired he and his company to help us guide
“We’re not part of this,” Mickelson said. through the college application process, and Asked about Mickelson’s daughter, Clark
super-G,” said Shiffrin, “Most every family that has used his company declined to disclose student names but said
whose title comes five we’re probably more shocked than anyone,”
are not a part of it. That’s why I think we’re all Mickelson said after his first round of The university officials had done a review of one
weeks after she won gold so surprised.” student’s application material and academic
Mikaela Shiffrin in super-G at the world Players Championship. “We’ve been dealing
Federal prosecutors said parents paid Singer with it the last few days, but that’s about it.” credentials and that it “raised no concerns at
championships. all.”
Shiffrin had not won a race in the disci- millions of dollars to bribe their children’s Mickelson was delayed after his 74 because
way into college. Some of the payouts went to of random drug testing. Moments before meet- Clark added that Brown has had no contact
pline before this season, but triumphed in
coaches and administrators to falsely make ing with reporters, he tweeted that he was not with the FBI, U.S. Department of Justice or
all three previous World Cup super-Gs she
their children look like star athletes, and part of “this fraud.” any other federal agency.
competed in this campaign and praised her
speed coaches from the U.S. ski team for Singer also hired ringers to take college His daughter attended Pacific Ridge School Mickelson said Singer’s company helped to
helping her. entrance exams for students and paid off insid- in San Diego, where she was a co-captain of find the right college for their personalities
“The way that everybody came together ers at testing centers to correct students’ the tennis team and the school president. He and to make sure they knew what they needed
and made this work was just amazing,” answers, authorities said. has two other children, a sophomore and jun- academically and with test scores to be accept-
Shiffrin said. “We are all so proud and every- More than 50 people have been charged. ior in high school, and says he has been using ed into the college of their choice.
body feels some ownership of this.”

coach for former first lady Michelle Obama and say, ‘Give me more information.”’
Shiffrin’s title chase got a boost because
her daughters, Malia and Sasha, is alleged to The sports involved in the bribery scandal
several races she had not entered were can-
have taken more than $2.7 million in bribes to typically don’t award full scholarships.
celed, most notably last week in Sochi,
Continued from page 11 list 12 applicants as recruits for the Instead, coaches divide scholarships into frac-
where two super-Gs were called off because
Georgetown tennis team. tions and spread the money around. In the Ivy
of bad weather.
Shiffrin, who locked up the overall and In many of the cases alleged in the indict- League, schools don’t give athletic scholar-
Coaches of the smaller, so-called Olympic ments, the students “recruited” had little or no
the slalom titles weeks ago, is the first sports get paid far less than their football and ships but do offer financial aid.
woman since Tina Maze six years ago to win experience in the sport involved and didn’t
basketball counterparts. Salaries for such Among those indicted were UCLA men’s
discipline titles in a technical and a speed play once they got into college.
coaches in the Ivy League and similar private soccer coach Jorge Salcedo and former
event in the same season. So how does it work? University of Southern California women’s
schools can range from $75,000 to over
“I’ve dreamed about someday, maybe, $200,000. Coaches are allotted a certain number of soccer coach Ali Khosroshahin. Former USC
being able to win a globe in super-G but I slots for special admission for athletes who women’s soccer assistant coach Laura Janke,
At Texas, 18-year men’s tennis coach might not meet the usual academic standards.
really wasn’t expecting it this season,” said Michael Center was paid $232,000 compared water polo coach Jovan Vavic and athletic
Shiffrin, who turned 24 on Wednesday. And generally, when coaches make their pitch administrator Donna Heinel also were charged.
with nearly $5.5 million for football coach for certain students to the admissions office,
Shiffrin started the race with a 36-point Tom Herman. Schools now must address whether they will
lead over Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein, they get their way.
Those salary figures could make a coach of a The total number of such slots per school is change internal policies and police their pro-
who won the super-G title the last two sea- lower-tier sport more likely to at least think grams on admissions. The NCAA has called the
sons. Weirather posted the fastest split set by its conference, and schools decide how
about taking a bribe, Drew said. to spread them among their programs. The bribery allegations “troubling” and said it will
times but skied out halfway down her run as examine whether its rules have been violated.
she came wide on a turn and missed the “If you think your job is on the line and spots are usually considered precious.
upcoming gate. someone offers you more money than you are That a coach would use one of those for a stu- The charges do not accuse the coaches of
Rebensburg beat Tamara Tippler of Austria going to make in three years, sure, you are dent who never intended to play is surprising, skirting the admissions rules to gain an advan-
by 0.15 seconds to win the race, with going to look at that,” Drew said. said Fordham athletic director David Roach, tage on the field. But the NCAA has rules
Federica Brignone of Italy 0.34 behind in Center is accused of accepting nearly who was also the women’s swim coach and ath- regarding ethical conduct by coaches.
third. $100,000 to “recruit” a non-tennis-playing letic director at Brown University. In a transcript of a recorded telephone call,
Shiffrin shared fourth with Nicole student to help get him into school in 2015. “When I coached, you couldn’t give me Center suggested he used some of the money
Schmidhofer of Austria, 0. 44 behind. Authorities allege that included a $60,000 enough money to give up a slot because I want- on a tennis facility Texas was building in
Schmidhofer finished runner-up in the installment paid in the parking lot of an Austin ed to have a good team,” Roach said. “I’m sure 2015. Vandemoer’s attorney said that
standings, trailing the American by 47 hotel. Once enrolled, the student never played. now people are going to be questioned — $270,000 in alleged bribes went straight into
points. Ernst, who also was the personal tennis coaches, when they turn their list in — and the sailing program, not the coach’s pocket.
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Sen. Birch Bayh, champion NBA STANDINGS
In the story “Mayhem at Morton

of Title IX federal law, dies

Atlantic Division Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB GP W L OTPts GF GA Gym” that ran in the March 14 edi-
x-Toronto 49 20 .710 — x-Tampa Bay 71 54 13 4 112 277 187 tion of the Daily Journal, two
Philadelphia 43 25 .632 5 1/2 Boston 71 42 20 9 93 214 184 players were misidentified. On the
By Tom Davies and opportunities for every Boston 42 27 .609 7 Toronto 70 42 23 5 89 250 204
St. Robert’s Bears’ game-winning
Brooklyn 36 34 .514 13 1/2 Montreal 71 37 27 7 81 212 210
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American,” King said. New York 13 55 .191 35 1/2 Florida 70 31 27 12 74 228 236 play, forward Derek Waldvogel
His family released a statement Buffalo 70 30 31 9 69 194 226 registered the initial offensive
INDIANAPOLIS — When Birch saying Bayh died from pneumonia Southeast Division Detroit 71 24 37 10 58 193 246
Miami 32 35 .478 — Ottawa 71 24 41 6 54 207 261 rebound. After his shot was
Bayh pushed in the U.S. Senate for while surrounded by his family at his Orlando 32 38 .457 1 1/2 blocked, the ball careened to Bears
the landmark 1972 federal law ban- home in Easton, Maryland. His son Charlotte 30 37 .448 2 Metropolitan Division
center Peter Skoufis who hit the
ning discrimination against women Evan followed him into politics and Washington 29 39 .426 3 1/2 Washington 71 42 22 7 91 245 219
Atlanta 24 45 .348 9 N.Y. Islanders 70 41 22 7 89 202 169 buzzer-beater for the game-win-
in college admissions and athletics, became Indiana’s governor and also Pittsburgh 71 39 23 9 87 247 213 ning shot.
women received fewer than 10 per- a senator. Central Division Carolina 69 38 24 7 83 208 191
cent of all med- x-Milwaukee 51 17 .750 — Columbus 70 39 28 3 81 216 208
The elder Bayh, a liberal
ical and law Democrat, had a back-slapping,
7 1/2
16 1/2
Philadelphia 70 34
N.Y. Rangers 70 28
8 76
13 69
degrees and only humorous campaigning style that Chicago 19 50 .275 32 1/2 New Jersey 71 26 36 9 61 201 244 FRIDAY
one in 27 high Cleveland 17 52 .246 34 1/2
helped him win three narrow elec- Baseball
school girls tions to the Senate starting in 1962 Central Division Serra at Valley Christian, King’s Academy at Hills-
played sports. WESTERN CONFERENCE dale, Burlingame at Sacrd Heart Prep, 4 p.m.
at a time when Republicans won Southwest Division
Winnipeg 70 41 25 4 86 241 210
Now, women Indiana in four of the five presiden- Houston 42 26 .618 —
Nashville 72 40 27 5 85 215 193
Dallas 70 37 28 5 79 178 173
make up more tial elections. Bayh’s hold on the San Antonio 39 29 .574 3 St. Louis 70 36 27 7 79 199 193 Jefferson at Menlo-Atherton, Sequoia at Mills, El
than half of seat ended with a loss to Dan Quayle New Orleans 30 40 .429 13 Minnesota 71 33 30 8 74 192 209 Camino at South City, 4 p.m.
Memphis 28 41 .406 14 1/2
those receiving during the 1980 Ronald Reagan-led Dallas 27 41 .397 15
Colorado 70 30 28 12 72 223 218
Birch Bayh Chicago 70 31 30 9 71 239 260
bachelor’s and Republican landslide. Woodside at Carlmont, Sequoia at Aragon, Menlo-
graduate degrees Northwest Division Atherton at Mills, Half Moon Bay at Terra Nova,
Bayh was the lead sponsor of the Denver 45 22 .672 —
Pacific Division
Westmoor at South City, Jefferson at Oceana, Ca-
and more than 3 million high school law prohibiting gender discrimina- Portland 41 26 .612 4
Sharks 71 43 20 8 94 256 218
puchino at Hillsdale, 3:30 p.m.
Calgary 70 43 20 7 93 250 203
girls — one in two — play sports. tion in education — known as Title Oklahoma City 42 27 .609 4
Vegas 70 38 27 5 81 212 196
Bayh reveled in the impact of the Utah 39 29 .574 6 1/2 Boys’ volleyball
IX for its section in the Higher Minnesota 32 37 .464 14 Arizona 71 36 30 5 77 193 197
Title IX law in the years after his Edmonton 70 31 32 7 69 198 229 Serra at Carlmont, 6:30 p.m.
Education Act. Bayh said the law was Vancouver 70 29 32 9 67 191 218
time as a Democratic senator from aimed at giving women a better shot Pacific Division
Anaheim 72 28 35 9 65 165 222 Girls’ lacrosse
Indiana ended. He described the Title Warriors 46 21 .687 —
at higher-paying jobs. L.A. Clippers 39 30 .565 8 Los Angeles 70 25 37 8 58 165 223 Sacred Heart Prep at St. Francis, 7 p.m.
IX law as the most important legal “It was clear that the greatest dan- Sacramento 33 34 .493 13
x-clinched playoff spot SATURDAY
step for equality since the right of ger or damage being done to women L.A. Lakers 31 37 .456 15 1/2
Phoenix 16 53 .232 31 Baseball
women to vote was guaranteed in was the inequality of higher educa- Thursday’s Games
St. Francis at Serra, 11 a.m.
1920. Pittsburgh 5, Buffalo 0
tion,” Bayh once said. “If you give a x-clinched playoff spot N.Y. Islanders 2, Montreal 1
“There was a soccer field I used to person an education, whether it’s a Washington 5, Philadelphia 2 Boys’ lacrosse
Thursday’s Games Menlo School at Acalanes-Lafayette, 11 a.m.; Sacred
jog around,” he said in a 2002 inter- boy or girl, young woman or young Indiana 108, Oklahoma City 106
Ottawa 2, St. Louis 0
Tampa Bay 5, Detroit 4 Heart Prep at Redwood, Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland at
view. “One day, all of a sudden, I real- man, they will have the tools neces- Orlando 120, Cleveland 91 Winnipeg 4, Boston 3 Serra, noon
ized that half of the players were lit- sary to make a life for families and Boston 126, Sacramento 120 Dallas 4, Minnesota 1
Toronto 111, L.A. Lakers 98 Arizona 6, Anaheim 1 College baseball
tle girls and half of them were little themselves.” Utah 120, Minnesota 100 Nashville 3, Los Angeles 1 Hartnell at Cañada, San Mateo at Chabot, Monterey
boys. I realized then that that was, in As the Title IX law reached its 40th Denver 100, Dallas 99 Florida 4, San Jose 2 Peninsula at Skyine, 1 p.m.
part, because of Title IX.” anniversary, North Carolina State
Bayh also sponsored a constitu- athletic director Debbie Yow called it TRANSACTIONS
tional amendment lowering the vot- one of the most important pieces of
ing age to 18 amid protests over the civil rights legislation in the coun- BASEBALL jon Barner on a one-year contract. Re-signed NT Steve McLendon, OL Jonotthan Har-
Vietnam War. Another amendment he American League CAROLINA PANTHERS — Signed C Matt Paradis rison and DB Darryl Roberts.
try’s history. NEW YORK YANKEES — Optioned RHP Chance to a three-year contract. OAKLAND RAIDERS — Released QB AJ McCarron
sponsored allowed the replacement Adams and SS Thairo Estrada to Scranton/Wilkes- CHICAGO BEARS — Signed DB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
“Had it not passed, the options and and WR Jordy Nelson. Signed DT Johnathan Han-
of vice presidents. Barre (IL). to a one-year contract. kins to a two-year contract and S Lamarcus Joyner.
opportunities for women in this SEATTLE MARINERS — Assigned 2B Khristopher CINCINNATI BENGALS — Signed TE C.J. Uzomah
But it was his work to pass the PHILADELPHIA EAGLES — Traded DL Michael
country and the world would be vast- Negron outright to Tacoma (PCL). and CB B.W. Webb to three-year contracts.
landmark Title IX law that helped National League CLEVELAND BROWNS — Signed DT Sheldon Bennett to New England.
ly different,” Yow said. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Signed a three- Richardson, TE Demetrius Hart, LB Adarius Taylor
solidify his legacy before his death PITTSBURGH STEELERS — Signed WR Donte
Thursday at age 91. Bayh used his position as head of year working agreement with Yokohama (Central and OL Eric Kush. Moncrief to a two-year contract.
League-Japan). DETROIT LIONS — Signed OL Oday Aboushi, S
Tennis great Billie Jean King, who the Senate’s constitutional subcom- MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Optioned SS Mauricio Andrew Adams, CB Justin Coleman, DE Trey Flow- SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS — Released LB Brock
mittee to craft the 25th Amendment Dubon and OFs Troy Stokes Jr. and Tyrone Taylor ers and TE Jesse James. Coyle. Signed LB David Mayo to a two-year con-
worked with Bayh on women’s to San Antonio (PCL). GREEN BAY PACKERS — Signed S Adrian Amos, tract and CB Jason Verrett to a one-year contract.
rights issues, released a statement on presidential succession and the WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Signed LHP Tony LBs Preston Smith and Za’Darius Smith and OL Billy Signed LB Elijah Lee to a one-year exclusive rights
26th Amendment setting the nation- Sipp to a one-year contract and OF Tyler Goeddel Turner. tender.
with his family Thursday saying the and INF Luis Sardinas to minor league contracts. HOUSTON TEXANS — Signed CB Bradley Roby. TENNESSEE TITANS — Agreed to terms with WR
former senator was “one of the most al voting age at 18. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed WR Devin Adam Humphries on a multi-year contract.
important Americans of the 20th The issue of presidential succes- NFL — Promoted Renie Anderson to chief revenue Funchess. Re-signed CB Pierre Desir. WASHINGTON REDSKINS — Signed S Landon
sion was fresh when Congress officer and executive vice president/NFL Partner- KANAS CITY CHIEFS — Signed S Tyrann Mathieu Collins.
century.” ships and Peter O’Reilly to executive vice and LB Damien Wilson.
“You simply cannot look at the approved the amendment in 1967. president/club business and league events. Named MIAMI DOLPHINS — Signed CB Eric Rowe and TE SOCCER
evolution of equality in our nation The vice presidency had gone vacant Hans Schroeder executive vice president and chief Clive Walford. MLS
operating officer of NFL media. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS — Signed RB Brandon
without acknowledging the contri- for more than a year after President ARIZONA CARDINALS — Agreed to terms with Bolden. Re-signed CB Jason McCourty. CHICAGO FIRE — Acquired M Nicolas Gaitan from
John F. Kennedy’s assassination LB Terrell Suggs and QB Brett Hundley on one-year NEW ORLEANS SAINTS — Agreed to terms with Chinese Super League club Dalian Yifang.
butions and the commitment Senator contracts. DT Malcom Brown on a three-year contract. NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION — Loaned M
Bayh made to securing equal rights because there was no provision for ATLANTA FALCONS — Agreed to terms with TE NEW YORK GIANTS — Signed S Antoine Bethea. Zachary Herivaux and F Brian Wright to Birming-
filling the office between elections. Luke Stocker on a two-year contract and RB Ken- NEW YORK JETS — Released RB Isaiah Crowell. ham (USL Championship).


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Multiple deaths in shootings at two New Zealand mosques

By Mark Baker and Nick Perry said. He said anybody who was thinking of Authorities have not yet said how many three in the hallway, at the door leading into
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS going to a mosque anywhere in New Zealand people were killed and wounded. “It’s a very the mosque, and people inside the mosque,”
on Friday should stay put. serious and grave situation,” Bush said. he said. “It’s unbelievable nutty. I don’t
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand — Authorities have not said who they have The deadliest shooting occurred at the understand how anyone could do this to
Multiple people were killed in mass shoot- in custody. But a man who claimed respon- Masjid Al Noor mosque in central these people, to anyone. It’s ridiculous.”
ings at two mosques full of people attending sibility for the shootings left a 74-page Christchurch at about 1:45 p.m. He said he helped about five people recov-
Friday prayers, as New Zealand police anti-immigrant manifesto in which he Witness Len Peneha said he saw a man er in his home. He said one was slightly
warned people to stay indoors as they tried explained who he was and his reasoning for dressed in black enter the mosque and then injured.
to determine if more than one gunman was his actions. He said he considered it a ter- heard dozens of shots, followed by people “I’ve lived next door to this mosque for
involved. rorist attack. running from the mosque in terror. about five years and the people are great,
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described it Ardern at her news conference alluded to Peneha, who lives next door to the they’re very friendly,” he said. “I just don’t
as “one of New Zealand’s darkest days” and anti-immigrant sentiment as the possible mosque, said the gunman ran out of the understand it.”
said the events in the city of Christchurch motive, saying that while many people mosque, dropped what appeared to be a He said the gunman was white and was
represented “an extraordinary and unprece- affected by the shootings may be migrants semi-automatic weapon in his driveway, and wearing a helmet with some kind of device
dented act of violence.” or refugees “they have chosen to make New fled. on top, giving him a military-type appear-
One person was taken into custody but it Zealand their home, and it is their home. Peneha said he then went into the mosque ance.
was unclear if there were other people They are us. The person who has perpetuat- to try and help. Police said there was a second shooting at
involved, Police Commissioner Mike Bush ed this violence against us is not.” “I saw dead people everywhere. There were the Linwood Masjid Mosque.

nance existed, ” a representative of the the condition of the property and comply are insufficient.

Continued from page 1
owner said, adding that the increase had
nothing to do with the minimum lease term
ordinance, as was previously stated by
with city codes. That has required the own-
ers to spend money on improvements, and
the rent increases are a reflection of that,
“When the council first adopted these pro-
tections, I told them that they won’t be able
to protect tenants though I applauded the
some. “We did not make rent increases not the renter protection ordinances.” attempt,” she said. “These ordinances give
because of that ordinance. It’s a good ordi- Bain said he’s encouraged the owners to tenants a false sense of security.”
tions when they are forced to relocate,” nance and this whole loophole discussion work with the Peninsula Conflict Reddy said she’d like to see the council
Mayor Ian Bain said in an email. “I will be and blaming the city needs to be clarified. Resolution Center to help mediate the dis- consider an alternative relocation assis-
meeting with our staff next week to discuss It’s not correct and it’s not right.” pute. tance ordinance that was proposed, but ulti-
these ordinances and determine next steps The rent increases were issued because of But Powell, speaking on behalf of the mately nixed, in Menlo Park. In that ordi-
to ensure that they are working as intend- high property taxes — $100,000 more than tenants’ union, wants the city to instate a nance, relocation benefits would be required
ed.” what the previous owner paid — and much rent freeze while officials reassess the ordi- for tenants who earn up to 150 percent of
Tenants of apartments at 100-150 Duane needed and costly repairs, the representa- nances and she wants a seat at the table dur- the area median income and are facing a rent
St., who said they are facing 120 percent to tive said. ing that process. increase greater than the annual rise in the
250 percent rent hikes, believe the ordi- “We’re empathetic to the tenants and we Daniel Saver, a lawyer from Community consumer price index plus 5 percent, accord-
nances offer no reprieve in their particular want them to stay, but with the tax increase Legal Services in East Palo Alto represent- ing to the Almanac News.
situation. They formed a tenants union and capital improvements and what the ing the group, said the city’s relocation Reddy is interested in tweaking the lan-
called Freedonia, organized a rally Monday building was sold for — there was no way assistance ordinance could be improved if it guage of Redwood City’s minimum lease
and shared their stories at a City Council around [the rent hikes],” the representative were to include additional triggers for requir- ordinance so rental rates in a one-year lease
meeting that night. added. “The one-year lease rate is below- ing that assistance. could only be a certain amount higher than
“With these rent increases, [the landlord] market rate, it’s fair in our opinion and what “One of the major problems with the the month-to-month rate, and she also said
is driving us from our homes while avoiding we can afford to do.” Redwood City version is that the triggers just cause should be considered.
issuing a formal eviction and paying us The rent increase will occur in phases. For are severely limited,” he said, adding that While the ordinances currently on the
relocation benefits according to the reloca- Powell, rent will jump from $1,040 per ordinances passed in Glendale and Santa books are being assessed, Bain said offi-
tion assistance ordinance,” Stasha Powell, month to $1,700 per month on May 1 and Cruz, for example, are far more effective cials are exploring additional protections
a tenant at the Duane Street apartment build- on July 1 it will increase again to $2,300. than the one on the books in Redwood City. for renters.
ing, said at the Monday meeting. “[The By Sept. 1, her rent will reach $2,500. “If a landlord gives a large rent increase or “Unfortunately, there are many other
landlord] is exploiting a loophole in the Bain also said the apartment building was economic eviction and the tenant can’t stay issues related to rental housing in the Bay
new laws and rent gouging like this is in need of repairs, with the cost of that work because of the cost — that should trigger Area right now and we are actively looking
essentially an economic eviction.” leading to rent increases. relocation assistance.” at what else we can do to protect renters,” he
The owner, who purchased the apartment “In this case, I do not believe the ordi- That said, Saver argued that only rent sta- said. “There are several other things that the
building last year, vehemently disagrees nances had anything to do with the rent bilization and just cause evictions would city is exploring related to helping renters.
with that assessment. hikes. These buildings have been in desper- provide “meaningful protections” for Our Housing and Human Concerns
“A loophole is a preposterous statement. ate need of repair for a long time and the low renters. Committee is taking the lead on this and I
If we wanted to avoid relocation fees, we rents were reflective of deferred mainte- Co un ci l wo man Di an a Reddy ag reed expect that they will come to the council
would’ve served 60-day notices the day after nance, “ he said. “The city has been work- with Saver in so far as the city’s recent- with additional recommendations in the
escrow closed last year, before the ordi- ing with the property owners to improve ly adopted renter protection ordinances coming months.”

Assembly Democrats argue that renters policies that will actually make a difference istry to help the state gather data on rent

Continued from page 1
need protections now, because it will take
years for the state’s housing supply to
increase significantly.
by rapidly increasing our affordable hous-
ing supply,” he said in a statement.
The California Apartment Association
increases and prevent landlords from evict-
ing people if they can’t prove a cause.
Several renters joined the lawmakers to
“We have got to build homes and protect and California Realtors Association did not talk about their own experiences with rent
tenants, ” Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks immediately respond to emails seeking spikes.
ideas are a starting point. said. comment. Stasha Powell of Redwood City brought a
His proposal comes after he tried unsuc- A Chiu bill would ban rent gouging, rely-
Bloom said he hopes to begin conversa- letter from her landlord saying her rent
cessfully to repeal the law last year, ing on consumer protection laws targeting
tions with groups representing real estate would be increased from $1,040 a month to
prompting tenants to take the question to price gouging following natural disasters or
agents and apartment owners to avoid $2,500 a month in several increments.
the ballot. Advocates on both sides spent a other emergencies.
another ballot fight. Newsom said he wants lawmakers to bring
combined $100 million, with the bulk com-
Sid Lakireddy, president of the California It would set a threshold, likely somewhere him a package of bills to address skyrocket-
ing from real estate agents in opposition.
Rental Housing Association, said rent con- between 6 and 10 percent, above the con- ing rents.
Opponents argued rent control would sti-
trol policies do not create more affordable sumer price index and say rent increases “We need new rules to stabilize neighbor-
fle the building of more homes. Voters ulti-
housing. He said his group, which repre- can’t top that percentage. Chiu argued the hoods and prevent evictions, without put-
mately rejected the ballot measure and
sents rental housing owners, is open to dis- cap would be high enough that landlords ting small landlords out of business,” he
upheld the law.
cussing “real solutions.” could still take in profits. said during his February State of the State.
“It failed, but it did not end the crisis,”
Bloom said. “The California Rental Housing Oregon recently passed a similar law. “Get me a good package on rent stability
Association supports smart and effective Two other bills would create a rental reg- this year and I will sign it.”
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‘Wonder Park’ at war with itself

By Mark Kennedy just don’t know how bad. So middle that includes killer which includes astonishingly
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS here’s a warning about the plush dolls, deadly giant realized things like matted fur
new animated amusement robots, lava and existential on a boar, lifelike potholes
park film “Wonder Park” — crisis. It then ends on a sickly and intricate leaves and ferns
There’s always that moment it’s going to be more harrow- sweet note. The tonal shifts in a forest. There are roller
on roller coasters when the ing than you can imagine. alone are enough to make you coaster moments that will
lap bar gets locked down and A simple, bucolic beginning want to hurl. make you feel like you’re on
you slowly, agonizingly ride with the sunny characters The cynicism and ultra-vio- the ride yourself, gripping
up to the first drop. You know exuberantly crying lence of Paramount’s your seat. And John Oliver
the next few minutes are “Splendiferous!” leads to a “Wonder Park” undermines
going to be harrowing — you post-apocalyptic, violent some top-notch animation, See WONDER, Page 22
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By Susan Cohn


Area artist Greta Waterman is inspired with
the classical four elements of nature: earth,
water, air and fire. Ancient Greek science
and philosophy held that these basic ele-
ments, alone or in combination, composed
all matter and could explain the complexity
of nature. Waterman said: “I believe art
should be interpretive. I like abstract repre-
sentation to give life to what I am portray-
ing. The environment here on the coast is
amazing. I wanted to give tribute to nature’s
Classical elements-earth: as in the glorious Artist Carole Rafferty’s View from Russian Hill
landscape we see, water: as it enraptures us is on view as part of ‘City and Sea’ at The
and takes its own life form, air: the sky that Studio Shop Gallery in Burlingame through
April 1. ‘Elements of Nature:Works by Greta Waterman’ runs through April 28 at the Peninsula Museum
is continually changing, and fire: from the
of Art in Burlingame through April 28.
fiery sunset over land and sea to the recent
tragic Napa Valley fires.” Originally from University and then moved to California ation for the labor-saving devices that took this variety to delight your art appetite at
the New York Art scene, Waterman has been where she studied at UC Berkeley and the hard work out of household chores. See a the Belmont Handcrafted Originals Art Fair.
creating art since she was 9 years old and received an Master or Arts. “City and Sea” is range of labor-saving devices including Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the art-
exhibiting since the 1990s. “Elements of on view from March 16 through April 1 at stoves, washing machines, heaters, irons, adorned sidewalks of Carlmont Village
Nature: Works by Greta Waterman” runs The Studio Shop Gallery, 244 Primrose waffle irons, toasters, vacuum cleaners, Shopping Center at this open-air boutique
through April 28 at the Peninsula Museum Road in Burlingame. An opening reception refrigerators and coffee pots. Artifacts range event. Celebrate spring with 20 makers’
of Art, 1777 California Drive, Burlingame, is scheduled from 3 p.m.-6 p.m. on March from the late 1800s to the 1950s. The newest handcrafted collections and enjoy
with an opening reception scheduled 2 16. exhibit opens on March 22 and will run chatting with them about their original
p.m.-4 p.m. March 16. *** through Aug. 18. The Museum of American works. The Belmont Handcrafted Originals
*** “THE HAPPY HOMEMAKER: HIS- Heritage, which celebrates the rich history Art Fair takes place March 30-31 from 10
“CITY AND SEA” — CAROLE RAF- TORY OF HOUS EHOLD APPLI- of technological innovation from 1750 to a. m. to 5 p. m. at Carlmont Village
FERTY, A SOLO SHOW AT THE STU- ANCES” AT THE MUSEUM OF AMER- 1950, maintains a collection of over 6,000 Shopping Center, located on Ralston
DIO S HOP GALLERY IN ICAN HERITAGE. The Museum of electrical and mechanical artifacts. 351 Avenue at Alameda de las Pulgas. The event
BURLINGAME. Carole Rafferty is a con- American Heritage’s new exhibition “The Homer Ave. in Palo Alto. Friday through is sponsored by the Carlmont Village
temporary California painter who special- Happy Homemaker: History of Household Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more informa- Merchant Association. For more informa-
izes in urban architectural scenes and Appliances” presents a variety of vintage tion call 321-1004 or visit tion call (209) 267-4394 or visit
seascapes. Her paintings portray her emo- household appliances that made life easier ***
tional response to the complex energy of in the house. This exhibition will cover the AN OPEN-AIR BOUTIQUE: BEL-
life and depict the vibrancy of the urban evolution of stoves and kitchens, heat and MONT HANDCRAFTED ORIGINALS
the home, history of washing machines and ART FAIR. One-of-a-kind jewelry, paint- Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdailyjour-
experience coupled with the vast energy of or
the sea. Rafferty graduated from London more. This exhibit aims to inspire appreci- ings, photography, ceramics — you’ll find
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Pair earthy, hearty mushrooms with equally hearty farro

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Do not use quick-cooking or pre-steamed 1 1/2 teaspoons minced fresh thyme or cook until skillet is almost dry.
farro (read the ingredient list on the package 1/2 teaspoon dried Add farro and remaining 1 tablespoon oil
We wanted to pair earthy, hearty mush- to determine this) in this recipe. The cook- 3 tablespoons dry sherry and cook until heated through, about 2 min-
rooms with equally hearty farro. ing time for farro can vary greatly among 3 tablespoons minced fresh parsley utes. Off heat, stir in parsley and vinegar.
To start, we used the pasta method (an different brands, so we recommend begin- Season with pepper and extra vinegar to
1 1/2 teaspoons sherry vinegar, plus
abundance of water) to boil our farro, which ning to check for doneness after 10 min- taste and serve.
extra for seasoning
ensured the grains cooked evenly and utes. Nutrition information per serving: 311
Bring 4 quarts water to boil in large pot.
required only half an hour. Add farro and 1 teaspoon salt and cook until calories; 79 calories from fat; 9 g fat (1 g
We then moved on to the mushrooms,
WARM FARRO WITH saturated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg cholesterol;
grains are tender with slight chew, 15 to 30
sauteing them with shallot and thyme until MUSHROOMS AND THYME minutes. Drain farro, return to now-empty 247 mg sodium; 45 g carbohydrate; 8 g
the moisture evaporated and the mushrooms Servings: 6 pot, and cover to keep warm. fiber; 2 g sugar; 9 g protein.
achieved some browning. Start to finish: 1 hour Heat 2 tablespoons oil in 12 inch skillet
Scraping up the browned bits in the pan 1 1/2 cups whole farro over medium heat until shimmering. Add For more recipes, cook ing tips and ingre-
with sherry rounded things out with sweet- Salt and pepper mushrooms, shallot, thyme, and 1/4 tea- dient and product rev iews, v isit
ness and acidity before we added the farro. 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil spoon salt and cook, stirring occasionally, h t t p s :/ / www. am eri cas t es t k i t ch en . co m .
We prefer the flavor and texture of whole 12 ounces cremini mushrooms, trimmed until moisture has evaporated and vegeta- Find more recipes lik e Warm Farro with
farro; pearled farro can be used, but the tex- and chopped coarse bles start to brown, 8 to 10 minutes. Stir in Mushrooms and Thy me in “The Complete
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nearby forest and abandoned. a whirlpool of dark clouds in the heavens. ners Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec

Continued from page 19
Great idea, right? Sure, until we realize
this worn-at-the-edges park is now more
like Jurassic Park than the Magic Kingdom.
(You may have a fun time explaining all this
in the car with your kids on the way home.
But that time may be quicker than you
(“Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol”
and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of
the Shadows”) does try new and refreshing
Three-quarters of it looks like smoldering think; at a recent screening, a few young things, like having an Indian boy as a hero
Nagasaki. The thousands of adorable plush ones sobbed and immediately wanted to — when was the last time an animated figure
voices a rather great sassy porcupine. But toy souvenir monkeys in June’s park have leave.) yelled “Thank Krishna!”? — but also leans
the film’s message of always keeping a cre- turned into a swarming legion of weapon- Perhaps that mention of war is a telling on some cliches, including one that
ative light shining gets horribly lost in the wielding Chimpanzombies who try to drag one for this production, which does not list should’ve been retired long ago: The
darkness. away their screaming prey or control a giant a director in its credits. (The previous per- Terminally Ill Parent Whose Absence
The story centers on a creative, green- robot that tries to crush all the cute animals. son at the helm, Dylan Brown, was fired due Wrenchingly Teaches Our Hero Self-
eyed, red-haired girl named June (voiced by Not splendiferous. to complaints of alleged inappropriate con- Sufficiency.
Brianna Denski) who creates in her bedroom duct.) Another obvious sign of internecine “Wonder Park” has a great premise about a
June is flabbergasted. She asks — like
with her mom (Jennifer Garner, sweetness conflict is the title — “Wonder Park” — but spunky kid engineer and a world she con-
you may — what’s going on. “What does it
and light) a fantasy park filled with cool all the action takes place in “Wonderland,” structs taking flight, but takes a few too
look like?” says a giant blue grizzly bear.
amusement park rides and colorful talking including all the park’s signage and lines many dark loop-de-loops and crashes hard.
“We’re at war.” Thus begins what feels like
animals. She even brings to life a makeshift like this: “You are the wonder in If you pass this amusement park, skip it.
hours of “Mad Max” meets “Interstellar” as
version on the streets in the film’s best Wonderland.” Apparently, something less
June and her band of ragtag, squabbling ani- “Wonder Park,” a Paramount Animation
sequence. But tragedy leads her to abandon than wonderful was happening behind the
mals — including a solid Mila Kunis and a release, is rated PG for “some mild thematic
the park, until one day June discovers it scenes.
very emoting Norbert Leo Butz — try to elements and action.” Running time: 86
seems to have been actually constructed in a
restart the park and banish “the Darkness,” The screenplay by longtime writing part- minutes. One and a half stars out of four.
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landscaping in the back yard, a new which the panel unanimously issued

more information call 591-8286.
Continued from page 1
deck and a retaining wall on the side of
the property adjacent to the garage.
Since the improvements were made
the Decision and Order finding the
property violated the town’s code and
constituted a public nuisance, accord-
Business Essentials: Discover How on an area larger than 10,000 square ing to the suit. The order also imposed
to Control Disruptive Emotional MONDAY, MARCH 18 feet and because some unenclosed a $200 penalty and required the land-
Patterns. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bistro Brio Lunch Cafe. Noon to Among the improvements in ques- structures may have been located with- scaping improvements be removed by
Total Wine & More, 2250 1:30 p.m. San Mateo Pride Center, tion are several large dinosaur statues
Bridgepointe Parkway, San Mateo. 1021 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo. A in setbacks, planning approvals for Dec. 5, noting the landscaping
Guest Speaker: Cedric Bertelli- light, nutritious lunch and conversa- and other figurines, a sign with the those improvements were required, improvements were “designed to be
Director of the Emotional Health tion. RSVP requested. $3. For more words “Yabba Dabba Doo,” a retaining according to the panel’s order. very intrusive, resulting in the
Institute. Cost $20. 21 and over. information call 591-0133.
Register at http://sanmateocham- wall, deck, parking strip and steps, all According to the suit, the owner’s ‘vision’ for her property Maturing Gracefully. Noon to 1 of which were installed beginning in Hillsborough Building Department being imposed on many other proper-
ails/business-essentials-discover- p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda
how-to-control-disruptive-emotion- de las Pulgas, Belmont. Information 2017 without required planning review issued a stop order Dec. 11, 2017, and ties and views, without regard to the
al-patterns-7720. For more informa- on home safety services for seniors. and building permits, according to the issued two others Jan. 12, and Aug. 1, desires of other residents.”
tion call 401-2442. For more information call 591-8286. suit. 2018, when work continued at the Though Fang paid the $200 penalty
SSF Youth Ar t Show. 4 p.m. to 7:30 Matinees at Magnolia: Free Solo. 1 Assistant City Attorney Mark Hudak home. Fang allegedly submitted an Dec. 11, she did not remove the land-
p.m. SSF Municipal Services Building, p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., said in an email Hillsborough has an application for an after-the-fact scaping improvements or comply with
33 Arroyo Drive, South San Millbrae. Sign up at
Francisco. This two day event show- Free. For extensive program for planning building permit in February of 2018, any other requirements of the panel’s
cases the artistry of SSF Unified more information call 697-7607. review of home construction and land- but it was deemed incomplete since Decision and Order. She was warned
School District students from scaping projects, which allows for
kindergarten through 12th-grade. TUESDAY, MARCH 19 the application did not include a sur- through a Jan. 31 letter from Hudak
Open to the public. For more infor- Hawaiian Music Jam. 9 a.m. to 10:30 neighbors’ input on projects as well as vey showing property boundaries, that a lawsuit would be filed to enforce
mation call 829-3800. a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 the application of community stan-
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. setbacks and the location of the the order if she didn’t comply within
‘Macbeth’ by William Bring your ukulele. Free, registration dards. newly-installed improvements, 30 days, according to the suit.
Shakespeare. 8 p.m. Dragon required. For more information call “This process has worked very well according to the panel’s order. Fang Composed of Hillsborough resi-
Productions Theatre Co., 2120 522-7490.
Broadway, Redwood City. Watch a for the town and its residents,” he said. allegedly did not provide any further dents, the Administrative Hearing
tragic tale of all-powerful ambition Job Fair. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. San Mateo “It is not fair when someone circum- information for the application after Panel found Fang did not have the
and consuming conscience takes on County Event Center, 1346 Saratoga
an entirely new life. Cost is $15 to Drive, San Mateo. Speak directly with vents this process and builds without staff sent a March 14, 2018, letter required permits and should not be
$37. For more information call 493- representatives and hiring man- permits.” outlining the additional information rewarded for building first and then
2006. agers from local companies that are According to a Decision and Order of
hiring. Free. For more information needed to submit the application, and applying for permits later, noted
SATURDAY, MARCH 16 call 303-6735. the town’s Administrative Hearing could not be reached for comment for Hudak.
Union Cemetery History Tour. 10 Panel, the town issued a building per- this story. “They ordered that she remove all of
a.m. to 11 a.m. Union Cemetery, 300 Smar tphone Training: iPhone. 1
Woodside Road, Redwood City. Visit p.m. to 3 p.m. San Mateo Senior mit for a low retaining wall in the front Cited for multiple violations of the her figurines and that she correct other
the graves, and hear the stories of Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, of the property in November of 2017. Hillsborough municipal code, Fang code violations,” he said. “We expect
some of Redwood City’s most influ- San Mateo. Learn how to operate
ential people. Free for all ages. For basic functions and how to cus- When an inspection was done, staff appeared but did not speak at a hearing that the court will uphold this decision
more information call 365-1196. tomize your phone. Free. For more found other improvements outside the held before the town’s Administrative and order her to comply with the
information call 522-7490. scope of the permit, such as extensive
Acterra’s Free Electr ic Vehicle Hearing Panel Oct. 29, 2018, during panel’s decision.”
Workshop. 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Transit Housing Development —
Menlo Park Senior Center, 110 Is It Work ing? 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. San
Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third ting the biggest bang for your buck,” All the units are proposed to share a
Terminal Ave., Menlo Park. Learn
about the benefits of electric vehi- Ave., San Mateo. Panelists from the
cles, available rebates and affordable Housing Leadership Council, San said Garbarino, according to video of common wall, but there would be
options. Free. For more information Mateans for Responsive the meeting. fenced private outside space included
call (570) 768-7491. Government and the transportation
Councilman Mark Nagales too said as well. There will be common areas
sector will discuss San Mateo County Continued from page 1
AARP South San Francisco efforts to develop housing near he liked the proposal to build a new reserved for the residents, but the unde-
Chapter 3156. 10:30 a.m. to noon transit hubs or along transit corri- type of housing in South San veloped portion of much of the site
Magnolia Center, 601Grand Ave., dors. For more information call 342- Westborough Boulevard and Oakmont
third floor, South San Francisco. 5853. Francisco. will be open space available to the
Coffee and lunch provided. Cost is Drive. “I think this a project we need,” said public. The open space will include a
$10. For more information call 991- CEC Student Film Fest. 6 p.m. to 8 The decision allows development of
4111. p.m. Burlingame High School, 1 Nagales. barbecue area, a bocce ball court, fire
Mangini Way, Burlingame. Films by the attached units on about half of a The project is comprised of seven pits and a large lawn, among other
Prom Dress Giveaway. 11 a.m. to students in grades four through 12 10-acre parcel which is above the San three-bedroom units, ranging between amenities. In all, nearly 70 percent of
3:30 p.m. South San Francisco Main who live or attend school in San
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South Mateo County. Each film is an origi- Andreas Fault and requires a unique 1,544 square feet to 2,173 square feet, the nearly 5 acres will be left as open
San Francisco. Free. For more infor- nal video, not more than five min- home building technique to assure its and 15 four-bedroom units, from 2,441 space.
mation, and to sign up, email ssf- utes in length, on the environmental safety. topic of their choice. Free. For more square feet to 2,616 square feet. All The swath of open space is required
information call 555-1212. Vice Mayor Rich Garbarino units would be three stories, with a by geographic constraints, officials
City and Sea, Solo Show — Carole expressed his appreciation for the cre- two-car garage on the ground floor, have said, as some of the site is unde-
Raffer ty. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Studio Presentation: Three Keys to
Shop Gallery, 244 Primrose Road, Successful Content Inventories ative vision of Warmington living space in the middle and bed- velopable due to topography while
Burlingame. Carole Rafferty is a con- and Audits. 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Bovet Residential, which is proposing to rooms on the top floor, and at least other portions feature seismic con-
temporary California painter who Office Center, 155 Bovet Road, first
specializes in urban architectural floor, San Mateo. In this presentation, build eight homes at the main intersec- three will be set aside at an affordable cerns.
scenes and seascapes. Free. For more content strategist Rich Schwerin tion, from where a new road would be rate. In all, Garbarino lauded the plans for
information call 344-1378. focuses on the benefits of content constructed leading to the remaining
inventories and audits as fundamen- The project is proposed to continue the unique site.
‘Macbeth’ by William tal building blocks to developing a 14 units in the interior of the site. development on a site where 33 simi- “It’s a good project and I’m fully
Shakespeare. 8 p.m. Dragon content lifecycle. Cost $5. For more “This is a tough site to start with, I
Productions Theatre Co., 2120 information and to RSVP visit lar houses were built, following supportive of it,” he said. “I think it is
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SUMMoNS fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe Notice of PetitioN to Notice of PetitioN to oRDeR to SHoW cAUSe foR
(CITACION JUDICIAL) StAteMeNt #280414 StAteMeNt #280269 cHANGe of NAMe
The following person is doing business ADMiNiSteR eStAte of ADMiNiSteR eStAte of
CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): The following person is doing business CASE# 19C1V01067
18CLJ02243 as: Mercado Lula, 25 Washington Street, Gina Gould Barbara HOLT-SCHALDACH
as: M.G.O. Trucking, 271 Village Way, Case Number: 19-PRO-00229 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (AVISO AL SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. DALY CITY, CA 94014. Registered Case Number: 19-PRO-00303
DEMANDADO): TINA NICOLE SILMON, Registered Owner: Maria Ocampo, same Owner: Jennifer Marie Parra, 3257 Helen 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
YOU ARE BEING SUED BY Street, OAKLAND, CA 94608. The busi- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
address. The business is conducted by tingent creditors, and persons who may REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
PLAINTIFF(LO ESTÁ DEMANDANDO ness is conducted by an Individual. The tingent creditors, and persons who may PETITION OF
an Individual. The registrants com- registrants commenced to transact busi- otherwise be interested in the will or es-
EL DEMANDANTE): Wells Fargo Bank, menced to transact business under their otherwise be interested in the will or es- Anish Patankar and Rasika Patankar
N.A. ness under their FBN on 08/01/2018. tate, or both, of Gina Gould, Gina K. tate, or both, of Barbara Holt-Schaldach.
Notice! You have been sued. The
FBN on 2/19/2019 /s/Jennifer Marie Parra/ Gould, Gina Yeager. A Petition for Pro-
/s/Maria Ocampo/ A Petition for Probate has been filed by TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
court may decide against you without This statement was filed with the Asses- bate has been filed by Zachary G. Yeag- Petitioners: Anish Patankar and Rasika
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 2/4/2019. (Publish- Calvin Schaldach in the Superior Court
your being heard unless you respond er in the Superior Court of California, Patankar filed a petition with this court for
sor-County Clerk on 2/19/2019. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, County of San Mateo. The Petition for of California, County of San Mateo. The
within 30 days. Read the information be- Petition for Probate requests that Calvin a decree changing name as follows:
low. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/7/19, 2/14/19, 2/21/19, 2/28/19). Probate requests that Zachary G. Yeager Present name: Elina Anish Patankar
You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after 2/22/19, 3/1/19, 3/8/19, 3/15/19). be appointed as personal representative Schaldach be appointed as personal rep- Proposed Name: Elina Namita Patankar
this summons and legal papers are to administer the estate of the decedent. resentative to administer the estate of
served on you to file a written response fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe the decedent. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
StAteMeNt #280218 The petition requests the decedent’s will
at this court and have a copy served on fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- The petition requests authority to admin- interested in this matter shall appear be-
StAteMeNt #280529 The following person is doing business ister the estate under the Independent fore this court at the hearing indicated
the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not as: Esposito’s Global Enterprises, 801 bate. The will and any codicils are avail-
protect you. Your written response must The following person is doing business able for examination in the file kept by Administration of Estates Act. (This au- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
Foster City Blvd., FOSTER CITY, CA tition for change of name should not be
be in proper legal form if you want the as: Maya’s Home Daycare, 1120 Rhine- 94404. Registered Owner: Mary Helen the court. thority will allow the personal representa-
court to hear your case. There may be a tte Ave, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Reg- The petition requests authority to admin- tive to take many actions without obtain- granted. Any person objecting to the
Esposito, 801 Foster City Blvd., #306, name changes described above must file
court form that you can use for your re- istered Owner: Maria Jesus Alvarez, Foster City, CA 94404. The business is ister the estate under the Independent ing court approval. Before taking certain
sponse. You can find these court forms same address. The business is conduct- a written objection that includes the rea-
conducted by an Individual. The regis- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- very important actions, however, the per- sons for the objection at least two court
and more information at the California ed by an Individual. The registrants trants commenced to transact business thority will allow the personal representa- sonal representative will be required to
Courts Online Self-Help Center days before the matter is scheduled to
commenced to transact business under under their FBN on NA. tive to take many actions without obtain- give notice to interested persons unless be heard and must appear at the hearing
(, your their FBN on N/A. /s/Mary Helen Esposito/ ing court approval. Before taking certain
county law library, or the courthouse they have waived notice or consented to to show cause why the petition should
/s/Maria Jesus Alvarez/ This statement was filed with the Asses- very important actions, however, the per- the proposed action.) The independent not be granted. If no written objection is
nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 1/29/2019. (Publish-
fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver sonal representative will be required to administration authority will be granted timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
sor-County Clerk on 2/26/2019. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, give notice to interested persons unless tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
form. If you do not file your response on 2/1/19, 2/8/19, 2/15/19, 2/22/19). unless an interested person files an ob-
time, you may lose the case by default, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, they have waived notice or consented to jection to the petition and shows good petition shall be held on 4/16/19 at 9
3/1/19, 3/8/19, 3/15/19, 3/22/19). the proposed action.) The independent a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
and your wages, money, and property cause why the court should not grant au- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
may be taken without further warning Notice of General Plan administration authority will be granted thority.
unless an interested person files an ob- Order to Show Cause shall be published
from the court. Subcommittee Meeting A hearing on the petition will be held in at least once each week for four succes-
There are other legal requirements. You fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe jection to the petition and shows good
StAteMeNt #280436 cause why the court should not grant au-
this court as follows: APR. 12, 2019 at sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
may want to call an attorney right away. 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of ing on the petition in the following news-
If you do not know an attorney, you may The following person is doing business Notice iS HeReBY GiVeN that the thority.
as: DOSA N BIRYANI, 2299 S El Cami- City of San Mateo General Plan Sub- A hearing on the petition will be held in California, County of San Mateo, 400 paper of general circulation:
want to call an attorney referral service. If County Center, Redwood City, CA San Mateo Daily Journal
you cannot afford an attorney, you may no Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Reg- committee will hold a meeting for the this court as follows: APR. 02, 2019 at Filed: 3/4/2019
be eligible for free legal services from a istered Owner: Iklekti Indian LLC, CA. 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of 94063.
following: If you object to the granting of the peti- /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
nonprofit legal services program. You The business is conducted by a Limited California, County of San Mateo, 400 Judge of the Superior Court
can locate these nonprofit groups at the Liability Company. The registrants com- o General Plan Update County Center, Redwood City, CA tion, you should appear at the hearing Dated: 3/1/2019
California Legal Services Web site menced to transact business under their 94063. and state your objections or file written (Published 3/15/19, 3/22/19, 3/29/19,
(, the Califor- FBN on NA. MeetiNG DAte & tiMe: If you object to the granting of the peti- objections with the court before the hear- 4/5/19).
nia Courts Online Self-Help Center /s/Hitesh Bhanushali/ Wednesday, March 27, 2019 tion, you should appear at the hearing ing. Your appearance may be in person
(, or by This statement was filed with the Asses- at 6:30 PM and state your objections or file written or by your attorney.
contacting your local court or county bar sor-County Clerk on 2/19/2019. (Publish- objections with the court before the hear- If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
association. Note: The court has a stat- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ing. Your appearance may be in person itor of the decedent, you must file your
utory lien for waived fees and costs on MeetiNG LocAtioN:
3/1/19, 3/8/19, 3/15/19, 3/22/19). San Mateo Main Library, Oak Room or by your attorney. claim with the court and mail a copy to Notice of Planning commission
any settlement or arbitration award of If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- the personal representative appointed by
$10,000 or more in a civil case. The 55 W. Third Ave. Public Hearing
itor of the decedent, you must file your the court within the later of either (1) four
court's lien must be paid before the court fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe San Mateo, CA 94402 claim with the court and mail a copy to
will dismiss the case. months from the date of first issuance of Notice iS HeReBY GiVeN that the
StAteMeNt #280532 the personal representative appointed by letters to a general personal representa- City of San Mateo will hold a Public
¡AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no re- The following person is doing business
sponde dentro de 30 días, la corte puede PRoJect DeScRiPtioN: the court within the later of either (1) four tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the Hearing for PA2017-075 Modifications
as: yaam, 11 Sea Crest Court, HALF San Mateo City Council appointed the months from the date of first issuance of California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days to the San Mateo Wastewater Treat-
decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver- MOON BAY, CA 94019. Registered ment Plant Upgrade Project
sión. Lea la información a continuación. General Plan Subcommittee to pro- letters to a general personal representa- from the date of mailing or personal de-
Owner: Shelley Wargo, same address. tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the livery to you of a notice under sectioin
The business is conducted by an Individ- vide feedback on work products. California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days This hearing will be held as follows:
spués de que le entreguen esta citación Items for discussion at this meeting 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
y papeles legales para presentar una re- ual. The registrants commenced to from the date of mailing or personal de-
transact business under their FBN on include the existing conditions report. livery to you of a notice under sectioin
er California statutes and legal authority PUBLic HeARiNG DAte & tiMe:
spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer may affect your rights as a creditor. You Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 7:00 PM
que se entregue una copia al deman- 1/18/19. 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
/s/Shelley Wargo/ PRoJect LocAtioN: er California statutes and legal authority may want to consult with an attorney PUBLic HeARiNG LocAtioN:
dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- knowledgable in California law. City Council Chambers,
ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- This statement was filed with the Asses- Citywide may affect your rights as a creditor. You 330 W. 20th Avenue,
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- sor-County Clerk on 2/27/2019. (Publish- may want to consult with an attorney You may examine the file kept by the
court. If you are a person interested in San Mateo, CA 94403
recto si desea que procesen su caso en ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, StAff coNtAct: knowledgable in California law.
la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- 3/1/19, 3/8/19, 3/15/19, 3/22/19). You may examine the file kept by the the estate, you may file with the court a PRoJect DeScRiPtioN:
lario que usted pueda usar para su re- Julia Klein, Principal Planner court. If you are a person interested in Request for Special Notice (form DE- Planning Commission Public Hearing
spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- Tel: (650) 522-7216; the estate, you may file with the court a 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- to make a recommendation to the City
larios de la corte y más información en el fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe Fax: (650) 522-7201; Request for Special Notice (form DE- praisal of estate assets or of any petition Council on proposed modifications to
Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- StAteMeNt #280670 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- or account as provided in Probate Code the previously approved Special Use
fornia (, en la biblio- The following person is doing business City Hall - Planning Division, praisal of estate assets or of any petition section 1250. A Request for Special No- Permit, Site Plan and Architecture Re-
teca de leyes de su condado o en la as: Wrigley Real Estate, 349 Avila Road, or account as provided in Probate Code tice form is available from the court clerk. view, Tentative Parcel Map, and an
corte que le quede más cerca. Si no 330 West 20th Avenue, ordinance exempting the use of par-
SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Registered section 1250. A Request for Special No- Attorney for Petitioner:
puede pagar la cuota de presentación, Owners: Robin Wrigley and Les Wrigley, San Mateo, CA 94403 tice form is available from the court clerk. cels identified as 035-113-026, 033-
Christine M. Barganier SBN 226970
pida al secretario de la corte que le dé same address. The business is conduct- Attorney for Petitioner: 1600 Laurel Street 441-190, 035-490-480, along with the
un formulario de exención de pago de ed by a Married Couple. The registrants *** Robert G. Zelenka SAN CARLOS, CA 94070
Anchor Road parking lot from the re-
cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a commenced to transact business under Agendas are posted on the City's 64 West Santa Clara Street quirements of the Zoning Code for
tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- (650)269-7661 construction staging and parking relat-
plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su-
their FBN on N/A. website on the Friday preceding each SAN JOSE, CA 95113 FILED: 3/12/2019 ed to the San Mateo Wastewater
/s/Robin Wrigley/ General Plan Subcommittee meeting. (408)295-7701 (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- Treatment Upgrade Project and a
eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- This statement was filed with the Asses- FILED: 2/26/2019
cia. Background material can be viewed at nal on 3/15/19, 3/22/19, 3/23/19 ) Finding of General Plan Conformity.
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- sor-County Clerk on 3/13/2019. (Publish- City Hall or on the City's website (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- The modifications include a reduction
mendable que llame a un abogado inme- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, nal on 3/8/19, 3/15/19, 3/16/19 ) in the size of the treatment works and
3/15/19, 3/22/19, 3/29/19, 4/5/19). Any sup- new administration building, and an
diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, plemental material distributed to the
puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a increase in the size of a new mainte-
abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- Subcommittee after the posting of the nance building, along with related ad-
gado, es posible que cumpla con los fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe agenda will be available for review in justments to the perimeter fencing,
requisitos para obtener servicios legales StAteMeNt #280656 the Planning Division at City Hall. landscaping, and the pedestrian path
gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- The following person is doing business oRDeR to SHoW cAUSe foR around the facility. The ordinance
gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar as: Triple M Automotive, 1071 Montgom- cHANGe of NAMe would allow the use of several nearby
ery Ave A, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066. A meeting of the General Plan Sub- SUPeRioR coURt of properties for construction staging
estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio CASE# 19C1V00907
web de California Legal Services, Registered Owner: Mohdeid Abugharieb, committee has been set for the above WASHiNGtoN SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, and parking. Second Addendum to
(, en el Centro 853 Commodore Drive #434, San Bruno, date. Meeting items are for discus- coUNtY of cLARK COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
the previously certified environmental
de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, CA 94066. The business is conducted by sion purposes only, no vote is taken; JUVeNiLe DiViSioN impact report will also be considered.
case No:18-700334-4
( o poniéndose en an Individual. The registrants com- instead comments are given for con- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 PRoJect LocAtioN:
contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo- menced to transact business under their sideration to assist with project devel- Notice AND SUMMoNS
BY PUBLicAtioN (Dependency) PETITION OF 2050 Detroit Drive
gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte FBN on N/A. opment. Future meetings on the proj- Hwajung Sung
tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los /s/Mohdeid Abugharieb/ in re the interest of:
ect will be publicly noticed. This StAff coNtAct:
costos exentos por imponer un grava- This statement was filed with the Asses- David Hogan, Contract Planner
men sobre cualquier recuperación de meeting is open to the public and will JAMIL, AALIYAH SOPHIA TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
sor-County Clerk on 3/12/2019. (Publish- Petitioners: Hwajung Sung filed a petition Tel: (650) 522-7158, x1;
$10,000 ó más de valor recibida me- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, include a public comment period to re- DOB: 09/26/07
diante un acuerdo o una concesión de ceive oral comments. You may also Minor Child with this court for a decree changing
3/15/19, 3/22/19, 3/29/19, 4/5/19). name as follows:
City Hall - Planning Division,
arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. send written comments (please refer- 330 West 20th Avenue,
Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte TO: BUSTAMANTE, CRISTINA Present name: Hwajung Sung San Mateo, CA 94403
antes de que la corte pueda desechar el ence “General Plan” in the subject GOMEZ, Mother Proposed Name: Elise Hwajung Sung
fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe line) as follows: drop off letter at City
caso. StAteMeNt #280160 ***
The name and address of the court is (El The following person is doing business Hall OR mail, fax or email your written A Dependency Petition was filed on THE COURT ORDERS that all persons A Planning Commission meeting has
nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU- as: 545 University Avenue Apartments, comments to the City Staff Contact October 16, 2018: A Fact Finding interested in this matter shall appear be- been set for the above date to review
PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA (listed above). If any person challeng- hearing will be held on this matter on: fore this court at the hearing indicated the project. This meeting is open to
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 County 545 University Avenue, MENLO PARK,
CA 94025. Registered Owners: Richard es this item in court, that person may May 7, 2019 at 8:30 a.m. at Clark below to show cause, if any, why the pe- the public & will include a public com-
Center, Redwood City, CA 94063-1655 County Superior Court, Family Law ment period to receive oral com-
The name, address, and telephone num- Tod Spieker and Catherine R. Spieker, be limited to raising only those issues tition for change of name should not be
Annex, 601 West Evergreen Blvd., ments. You may also send your writ-
ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with- 60 Mulberry Lane, Atherton, CA 94027. the person or someone else raised at granted. Any person objecting to the ten comments (please specify PA17-
The business is conducted by a Married Vancouver, WA 98660. YOU name changes described above must file
out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc- the public hearing described in this SHOULD BE PRESENT AT THIS 075) to the project planner by: Sub-
ción y el número de teléfono del aboga- Couple. The registrant commenced to notice, or in written correspondence a written objection that includes the rea- mitting them to City staff at City Hall
transact business under the FBN on HEARING. sons for the objection at least two court or mailing, faxing or emailing com-
do del demandante, o del demandante delivered at, or prior to, the public
que no tiene abogado, es): REESE LAW 05/01/12. days before the matter is scheduled to ments to the project planner (contact
GROUP, Golnaz Heidari, Esq. (Bar /s/Richard Tod Spieker/ hearings. THE HEARING WILL DETERMINE IF be heard and must appear at the hearing info above). If any person challenges
#317574), 3168 Lionshead Avenue, This statement was filed with the Asses- YOUR CHILD IS DEPENDENT AS to show cause why the petition should this item in court, that person may be
Carlsbad, CA 92010; 760/842-5850 (File sor-County Clerk on 1/24/19. (Published AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES DEFINED IN RCW limited to raising only those issues the
13.34.050(5). THIS BEGINS A JUDI- not be granted. If no written objection is
No. 554872) in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/9/19, ACT - In compliance with the Ameri- timely filed, the court may grant the peti- person or someone else raised at the
DATE (Fecha): MAY 03 2018 2/16/19, 2/23/19, 3/2/19). CIAL PROCESS WHICH COULD RE- public hearing described in this notice,
cans with Disabilities Act, those re- SULT IN PERMANENT LOSS OF tion without a hearing. A hearing on the or in written correspondence delivered
tario), by ANTONIO R. GERONIMO, quiring accommodations for this meet- YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS. IF YOU petition shall be held on 4/12/19 at 9 at, or prior to, the public hearings.
Deputy (Adjunto) ing should notify the Planning Division DO NOT APPEAR AT THE HEARING a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
fictitioUS BUSiNeSS NAMe Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
(SEAL) StAteMeNt #280084 48 hours prior to the meeting at (650) THE COURT MAY ENTER A DE- ACT - In compliance with the Ameri-
Notice to tHe PeRSoN SeRVeD: 522-7202 or email PENDENCY ORDER IN YOUR AB- Order to Show Cause shall be published cans with Disabilities Act, those re-
The following person is doing business at least once each week for four succes- quiring accommodation for this meet-
You are served 1. as an individual de- as: Doherty Biomechanics, 274 Red- SENCE.
fendant. sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- ing should notify the Planning Division
wood Shores Pkwy, Ste 302, RED- ing on the petition in the following news- 48 hours prior to the meeting at (650)
3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29/19
WOOD CITY, CA 94065. Registered To request a copy of the Notice, Sum-
cNS-3228979# for additional project information mons, and Dependency Petition, call paper of general circulation: 522_7202.
SAN MAteo DAiLY JoURNAL Owner: Brian Doherty, 549 Osprev Drive, please refer to
Redwood City, CA 94065. The business DSHS at 360/993-7900. To view infor- San Mateo Daily Journal for additional project information mation about your rights in this pro- Filed: 2/27/2019 please refer to
is conducted by an Individual. The regis- whatshappening ceeding, go to
trant commenced to transact business /s/Jonathan E. Karesh/
under the FBN on January 14, 2019. Judge of the Superior Court whatshappening
DATED February 27, 2018, By Scott Dated: 2/15/2019
/s/Brian Doherty/ G. Weber, Clark County Clerk
This statement was filed with the Asses- (Published 3/8/19, 3/15/19, 3/22/19,
sor-County Clerk on 1/16/19. (Published 3/29/19).
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/23/19,
1/30/19, 2/6/19, 2/13/19).
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203 Public notices 298 collectibles 302 antiques 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 308 Tools
sTaTeMenT OF aBandOnMenT OF 15 LP ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- MahOganY anTique Secretary desk, dining TaBLe (36"x54") and 4 match- TiKi Bar - Original from the 60’s,Like Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with
The use OF a FicTiTiOus Business gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
naMe sTaTeMenT M-260237 more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839 elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. $250 .(650)-654-1930. (650)245-4234. (650)771-6324.
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
doning the use of the Fictitious Business 1984 TiMe magazine. Special 1994 rOseViLLe TuLiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. dining TaBLe - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
Name: Paramount Commercial Proper- Lg craFTsMen shop vac 6.5hp $60
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg $45. (650)574-2490. Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- Twin Bed, mattress, box spring, frame (510)943-9221
ties Inc. Name of Business: Paramount (650)588-0842 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. $ 50. (650)598-9804.
Commercial Properties. Date of original
filing: March 31, 2014. Address of Princi- 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie
303 electronics dining TaBLe. 72" by 42". With leaf Twin Bed- Free you pick up. Call
shOPsMiTh MarK V 50th Anniversary
most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
pal Place of Business: 1699 El Camino deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 (650)344-2109 (650)504-0585
Real, Suite 101, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 Free TeLeVisiOn - Mitsubishi,
Registrant: Paramount Commercial 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not dresser-anTique VaniTY Combo, 3 TwO wOOd Book Shelves, $75 with
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local VinTage craFTsMan Jig Saw. Circa
Properties Inc. The business was con- cOLLecTaBLe caBBage Patch Kids beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 drawers and pull-down desk call 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
ducted by a Corporation Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New Delivery available. (650)290-3188 (650)697-3709
/s/Lawrence Ho/ Box. Great Christmas Present. $100
This statement was filed with the Asses- (650) 572-8895 OnKYO aV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital engLish draw Table, $50 Solid Wood used BedrOOM Furniture, FREE. Call 310 Misc. For sale
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, (650)573-7381.
County on 1/18/19. dePressiOn gLass Dining Plate. 8 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 call(650)697-3709 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- waLL uniT/rOOM Divider. Simple no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. lines. Breaks down for transportation.
nal, 2/9/19, 2/16/19, 2/2319, 3/2/19). $12 (650)762-6048 PhiLLiPs-50” cOLOr T.V., Heavy, $99 enTerTainMenT caBineT, 42"W x
(650)591-8062 31"H. Two drawers at bottom, dark finish. $25.(650)712-9962 leave message BessY sMaLL Evening Hand Bag With
gaMes OF the 23rd Olympiad maga- Good condition $75 (650)722-6318 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
waLnuT chesT, small (4 drawer with
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- 304 Furniture upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 BiFOLd shuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00
295 art 0842
eThan aLLen sofa and love seat. Blue (650)544-5306
anTique dining table for six people whiTe wicKer Armoire, asking $100,
LennOx red Rose, Unused, hand velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- great condition, text for picture (650)571-
OiL PainTing-canVass, Victorian with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- BLue OYsTer cult lp signed by donald
Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, 0947 r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. stering. Free. (650)593-7001.
OBO (650)515-6091 anTique MOhaganY Bookcase. Four (408)661-6019
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. wOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
MiLLer LiTe Neon sign , work good genTLY used coffee table; cherry fin- 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
TaPia: PainTing, seascaPe, ish/traditional $40 (650)722-6318 candeLaBra-siLVer PLaTed tar-
$59 call (650)218-6528 BeauTiFuL dresser, dark wood fin- nish resistant,5 light, 11”tall, 11”wide,
FRAMED, w/light, 60"sq., $499.OBO.
Local Artist, Call for info (650)303-1670 OLd, anTique, Bottle Collection: 20 ish and like new $100 (650)722-6318 gLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- 306 housewares Made in England, $45 (650)222-2025
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
BeauTiFuL headBOard for a queen cash regisTer Parts; Much Skin Not
296 appliances Bread MaKer-zOJirushi $85 Call
One cOLLecTiOn of antique Cuban sized bed. Medium brown finish. Ask for iKea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x (650)222-2025 Guts $500 (415)269-4784
Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No photo $40 (650)722-6318 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
air cOndiTiOner 10000 BTU w/re- Texting. cOscO PLaY Pen with travel bag. Used
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG iKea TaBLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. cOMPLeTe seT OF CHINA - Windsor once $35 (650)591-2981
BedsTead singLe, poster style, box Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- sMaLL rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- spring, mattress available. $40.00. $ 30. (650)598-9804.
0898 20-pieces in original box, never used. cuT gLass serving bowl 8" diameter
4162 (650)593-7408 $250 per box (3 boxes available). $25. Call 650-921-4016
MahOganY TV Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W
x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- (650)342-5630
Free washer and 220v dryer, both sTar wars R2-D2, original 1998 un- Beige sOFa $99. Excellent Condition deLuxe FOLder Walker - 5" wheels -
working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos. (650) 315-2319 3709
crYsTaL wine glasses new (12ea) Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
move, stairs. Steve 650-518-6614 $20.00 Call 650-592-2648
BrOwn LiVing room chair with cush- MaTTress, Twin long, excellent condi-
tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 driVe 3-wheeL buggy $45. Call
gLass-PaneL LaMPshade. Similar sTeMMed crYsTaL. 3 styles. 13 ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D. huMMeL waLL Plate 71/2"dia. 1981 (650)589-1407
to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- pieces. Pattern: "Catherine". $70..00. Transport yourself. Call new deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- Boy w/umbrella $15. (650)344-4756
ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839 (650)872-2371 ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must Free Magazines. Library discards
$75 (650)727-7266 Sell! (650) 875-8159. MiKasa seT. White. Modern (square) year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
TOPPs BaseBaLL complete set 1987 BunK Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
hOTPOinT heaVY Duty Dryer excellent thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or niagara ViBraTing Adjustable bed
working condition Burlingame $50 Call 4474 B/O (650)685-2494 new "BeLLa" buffet tripple slow cooker haT, T-shirT, sweatshirt and comput-
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592-
Dan (408)656-0958 (408)656-0958 erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
VinTage sTeMware: 3 styles, 23 china caBineT Wallet, $20. Call 2648
MaYTag washer excellent working pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 LiOneL chrisTMas Holiday expan-
(650)589-1407 OFFice TYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan Pressure cOOKer-Brand New
wood with formica wood grain top $25 $50 (650)222-2025
(408)656-0958 299 computers cOMPuTer desK (glass) & chair. Like (650) 787-9753 LiOneL wesTern Union Pass car and
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
MFg h20LaBs Model 300 exc cond 19" cOLOr Monitor with stand VG con- queen sOFa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?),
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. rOYaL- OPenhagen xMas Wall
dition power cord/owners manual includ- Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, Plates 7 7/8" dia. 1976, l980,1984 $10 MOTLeY crue lp signed by neil lee
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 cOMPuTer desK with 3 side drawers . call (650)697-3709 sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019
new, singer Sewing Machine Univer- Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask ea. (650)344-4756
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- .
recOrdaBLe cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or negrini Fencing Epee mask size M
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 sinK dOuBLe cast iron. Good condi- & France Lames 5 epee blade $95
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, leave message reTrO huTch Needs refinishing other- tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408
(650) 578 9208 wise good condition. Top detaches from (415)260-6940
TiFFanY sTYLe Lamp shade. Older-
multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) cOMPuTer swiVeL CHAIR. Padded bottom $25. (650)712-9962 Tea seT-siLVer Platted, Coffee Pot,
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 Tea Pot, Water Pot, Cream And Sugar OLd B&L Microscope in good condition;
727-7266. 300 Toys 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
sOFa-Beige FaBric, Orig. $900, $175 (650)222-2025
VacuuM cLeaner (reconditioned) cOzY recLiner in good condition. Rarely used, 7ft long, $350
aMerican FLYer locomotive runs Purchased one year ago. $90.00 (650)234-8218 raY-Ban TOP Bar Sunglasses
$20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi-
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 (650)722-6318
sOLid wOOd Dining table with exten- 307 Jewelry & clothing wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
297 Bicycles JuMP and Play Keyboard brand new, in desK, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. sion great piece great condition black weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. (650)458-3578 $80 (650)364-5263 anne KLein silver-tone watch with 6596
aduLT BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal- Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 sTar wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader sOLid wOOd Entertainment Center- al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 rOLLerBLades, used, size 10. $20
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In obo. Please call (650)745-6309
dining chairs -Six Antique,
chiLd’s schwinn BicYcLe, BLue in Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. 308 Tools saMsOniTe 26" tan hard-sided suit
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. 302 antiques (650)888-2662 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
2 craFTsMan 16in Reel Mowers new $45. (650)328-6709
MOunTain BiKe new 21 gears $100. Beer sTeins-OriginaL from Germa- in box $40 each(650)766-4858
dining rOOM Table-Antique,Oak, TaBLe 24"x48" folding legs each end.
(650)722-3634 ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
siLK saree 6 yards new nice color.for
(650)592-7483 5chairs, w/ extension $200 anTique irOn Hand Drills. 3 available $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
(650)290-3188 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
MOunTain BiKe. Top brand. Runs at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron formation.
good. $39. (660)342-5220 ThOMasViLLe dining table, $50 4
craFTsMan 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" sinK, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
chairs, mid-century blonde with two $15.00 (650)544-5306
leaves call (650)697-3709. dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
sLr Lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
nOTice OF PuBLic hearing Tires-seT OF four P225 45 R18 $80
OBO (650)359-2238.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, March 26, 2019
TunTuri rOwing Machine, Good
at 7:00 p.m., (or as soon thereafter as the matter is heard) in Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
the Millbrae City Council Chambers, 621 Magnolia Ave., Mill-
brae, CA, the Millbrae City Council will conduct a public hear- uniden harLeY Davidson Gas Tank
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
ings regarding a review of the Planning Commission's appro-
val of the following matter: waLKer - Good Condition - Like New -
$35 (650)341-5347

gaTewaY aT MiLLBrae sTaTiOn PrOJecT:Adoption of 311 Musical instruments

a Resolution of the City Council to approve a DESIGN RE-
VIEW PERMIT application for the Gateway at Millbrae Station- chrOMaTic harMOnica: Horner
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
Transit Oriented Design (TOD) project pursuant to Millbrae (650)278-5776.
Municipal Code (MMC) 10.05.2500 C. The applicant, Republic
Millbrae LLC., obtained approval of a Development Agreement
(Ordinance 769) to develop a TOD project consisting of: Site ePiPhOne Les Paul Custom Prophecy
Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
5A - a six-story building with 151,583 square feet of offices on (650)421-5469.
the top three floors over three levels of parking, with 22,534
square feet of ground floor retail; Site 5B - 300 market rate eVereTT uPrighT antique piano.
Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
housing units and 20 units affordable to moderate-income per-
sons, in a seven-story building with parking on the first two huge Ludwig Drum Set Silver Sparkle
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
floors and 13,749 square feet of ground floor retail; Site 6A - Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
80 affordable units in a five-story building; and Site 6B - a 164- (916)975-4969
room hotel and 7,840 square feet of ground floor retail in a
PianO-andrew KOhLer, Mahogany,
five-story building on a site located north of Millbrae Avenue, Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
east of the rail lines on the Millbrae BART site and south of the (415)334-1980
Highline Canal and Bayside Manor neighborhood in the Trans-
it-Oriented Development (TOD) Zoning District of the Millbrae PLaYer PianO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
Station Area Specific Plan (MSASP). (Public Hearing) sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
480 eL caMinO reaL: Adoption of a Resolution, as recom- sPineT PianO + Bench, $50. Call
mended by the Planning Commission, of the City Council to (650)589-1407
approve a DESIGN REVIEW PERMIT, CONDITIONAL USE VinTage auTOPianO upright player
PERMIT, VARIANCE and LOT MERGER/SUBDIVISION to al- piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
low the demolition of a parking lot and construction of a 4- message or email
story, 8 residential unit, one office and two commercial area wurLiTzer uPrighT piano. Fair con-
condominium building on a 0.13 acre site, located in a Com- dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
mercial (C) Zoning District at 480 El Camino Real. (Public
Hearing) 312 Pets & animals
One KenneL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
At the time of the hearing, all interested persons are invited to mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
appear and be heard. If you challenge the decision of the City (650)593-2066
in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or
someone else raised at the public hearing described in this no- ParrOT cage, Steel, Large - approx
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
tice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council offer. (650)245-4084
at, or prior to, the public hearing. For further information or to
review the materials regarding these matters, please contact 316 clothes
the Millbrae Community Development Department 621 Mag-
nolia Avenue, Millbrae at (650) 259-2341. BrOwn sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
BY: Millbrae City Council FancY high heel shoes, never worn
POSTED: March 12, 2019 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
PUBLISHED:March 15, 2019
3/15/19 Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi
cns-3231940# color in excellent condition 3/4
san MaTeO daiLY JOurnaL length $50 (650)692-8012
KaYanO Men’s Running shoes size 11
good condition $20 (650)520-7045
Ladies sequin dress, blue, size XL,
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
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316 Clothes 318 Sports Equipment Garage Sales 379 Open Houses 620 automobiles 620 automobiles
kNEE-HiGH bLaCk women's boots, ViNTaGE NaSH Cruisers Mens/ Wom- auTO auCTiON CHEVY ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT
size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
$40.00. Call (650)872-2371
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 EVERYTHiNG OPEN HOuSE
Every Tuesday 11am
280 A Street Colma
CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284.

MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, WORkOuT bENCH, weights, bars, for MuST Go! LiSTiNGS
650-756-3394 Mazda ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
dition One owner Fully loaded Low
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 flat/incline bench and legs. $100. buiCk ‘07 LUCERNE, 103K miles, miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520-
(650) 578-9208 (650)861-2411
Furnitures, List your Open House $4,500. (650)302-5523 4650
in the Daily Journal.
SHOES SizE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
YaMaHa ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
(650)458-3255 Light Fixtures, CHEVROLET ‘86 ASTROVAN,
miles, $2000 (650)481-5296
VW ‘13 TIQUAN, SUV, white, 80K miles,
TuxEdO SizE 40, black, including white 340 Camera & Photo Equip.
& Much More!! Reach over 83,450 $9,800 (650)302-5523
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 potential home buyers &
NikON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel- 196 Old County Rd. renters a day,
WEddiNG dRESS-dESiGNER, Size 12, from South San Francisco
Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
for $500 Call (650)867-1728
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 belmont to Palo Alto.
OMEGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In- in your local newspaper.
WOMaN'S aMERiCaN Rag faux leather
jacket. Perfect condition. Black
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
Saturday March 16
Call (650)344-5200
/2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
ViViTaR V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and 8am to 2pm
WOMaN'S TaHaRi jacket. Perfect con- original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25 (650)583-6636
(650) 952-3466
345 Medical Equipment 470 Rooms
WOMEN'S bLaCk suede fur lined
boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
adJuSTabLE baTH shower transfer
WORk bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 ESTaTE SaLES Non-Profit Home Sharing Program
San Mateo County
In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494 COMMOdE, VERY clean and disinfect- (650)348-6660
ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter- Make money, make room!
ested. (650)745-6309
318 Sports Equipment List your upcoming
biG bERTHa, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
dRiVE 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10 garage sale, 515 Office Space
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick (510)770-1976
(415)999-4474 moving sale, baCk OFFiCE SPaCE - Approximately
320 sq. ft. Palo Alto, CA 94306.
dRiVE dELuxE two button walker $10
estate sale, (859)230-9264.
bRaNd NEW Golf bag with Stand.
Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444. yard sale,
RadiaTiON PROTECTiON 1/2-apron 620 automobiles
No Texting. Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta- rummage sale,
bRaNd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
7742. clearance sale, or
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great whatever sale you don’t lose money
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting. WaLkER/ROLaTOR. NEW. large, bas- on a trade-in or
ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large have... consignment!
EaSTON aLuMiNuM bat.33 inches, 30 size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513 (650)727-7266
Reach over 83,450 readers
EVERLaST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and from South San Francisco Sell your vehicle in the
Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966 daily Journal’s
to Palo Alto.
GuTHY-RENkER POWER Rider,Ever- in your local newspaper. auto Classifieds.
last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
erciser $20 (510)770-1976
Call (650)344-5200 Just $45
kNEE RidER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
We’ll run it
LEaTHER GOLF bag with 23 clubs $90. ‘til you sell it!
(650) 592-2648.
MEN'S ROSSiGNOL Skis. $95.00,
good condition, (650)341-0282. Reach 83,450 drivers
ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
from South SF to
Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger Palo alto
Call (650)344-5200
TOTaL GYM XLS, excellent condition.
Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call

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UK lawmakers vote to seek delay of EU departure

By Jill Lawless for another referendum.
and Danica Kirka Despite the rebuffs and the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS political chaos that have weak-
ened her authority, May has sig-
LONDON — In a stalemate over naled she will try a third time to
Brexit, British politicians have get backing for her agreement
chosen to delay it. next week. She is seeking to win
After weeks of political grid- over Brexit-backing opponents
lock, Parliament voted Thursday in her own party and its Northern
to seek to postpone the country’s Irish political ally, the
departure from the European Democratic Unionist Party, who
Union, a move that will likely fear the deal keeps Britain too
avert a chaotic withdrawal on the closely tied to the EU.
scheduled exit date of March 29. Alan Wager, a researcher at the
With Brexit due in 15 days and U.K. in a Changing Europe think
no divorce deal yet approved, the tank, said May faced a struggle to
House of Commons voted 413- overturn a 149-vote margin of
202 to ask the bloc to put off defeat in Parliament this week.
Britain’s exit until at least June “It’s still really difficult to see
30. The official result was initial- how the numbers stack up for
ly announced as 412-202, but was Theresa May, but she’s giving it
later amended to 413 in the offi- one more go,” he said.
cial voting list. If May’s deal is approved, she
The vote gives Prime Minister hopes to use a delay until June 30
Theresa May some breathing to enact legislation needed for
space, but is still humbling for a Britain’s departure. She has
leader who has spent two years REUTERS warned Brexit supporters who
telling Britons they were leaving Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May reacts during the debate on extending Brexit negotiating period. oppose her deal that if no with-
the bloc on March 29. drawal agreement is passed in the
Power to approve or reject the coming days, the only option
extension lies with the EU, which
has signaled that it will only
Trump criticizes British leader’s handling of Brexit will be to seek a long extension
that could mean Brexit never hap-
allow a delay if Britain either By Darlene Superville what she’s got ment to seek an extension until pens.
approves a divorce deal or makes a THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to do,” he said June 30 if Parliament approves a Any delay in the Brexit process
fundamental shift in its approach at the White U. K. -EU withdrawal deal next would require the unanimous
to Brexit. In a historic irony, WASHINGTON — President House as he week. approval of all 27 remaining EU
almost three years after Britain Donald Trump on Thursday welcomed Irish Trump predicted later Thursday member states — and leaders in
voted to leave the EU, its future is sharply criticized Britain’s han- Prime Minister that the situation eventually the bloc are exasperated at the
now in the bloc’s hands. dling of negotiations over leav- Leo Varadkar would work itself out. The presi- events in London. They have said
May is likely to ask EU leaders ing the European Union, saying for an early St. dent said he and Varadkar dis- they will approve an extension if
for an extension at a March 21-22 the talks have been bungled and Patrick’s Day cussed the issue during their Oval there is a specific reason, but
Office meeting. Varadkar opposes
summit of the bloc in Brussels. that the wrenching debate was Donald Trump celebration. Britain’s EU exit and expressed
don’t want to provide more time
The European Commission said dividing the country. “I think it for political bickering in Britain.
the bloc would consider any “I’m surprised at how badly it’s could have been negotiated in a concern about how such a move “Under no circumstances an
request, “taking into account the all gone from the standpoint of a different manner, frankly,” Trump would affect Northern Ireland. extension in the dark!” tweeted
reasons for and duration of a pos- negotiation,” he said. said. “I hate to see it being, “We talked about Brexit, some- the European Parliament’s Brexit
sible extension.” Trump, who holds himself up as everything being ripped apart thing that’s turning out to be a coordinator, Guy Verhofstadt.
May was forced to consider a a master deal-maker, said he gave right now.” little more complex than they “Unless there is a clear majority
Brexit delay after lawmakers twice Prime Minister Theresa May his Trump spoke hours before thought it would be,” Trump said in the House of Commons for
rejected her EU divorce deal and ideas on how she could negotiate British lawmakers voted to delay at an annual Capitol Hill lunch- something precise, there is no
also ruled out, in principle, leav- a successful deal for leaving the Brexit for at least three months. eon for the Irish. “But it’ll all reason at all for the European
ing the bloc without an agree- 28-member group of nations. But Britain’s exit from the EU had work out. Everything does. One Council to agree on a prolonga-
ment. Withdrawing without a deal “she didn’t listen to that and been scheduled for March 29. The way or the other, it’s going to tion.”
could mean major disruptions for that’s fine. I mean she’s got to do motion commits May’s govern- work out.” Belgian Prime Minister Charles
businesses and people in the U.K. Michel said the EU needed “more
and the 27 remaining countries. attempt to strip her of control ment to negotiate it with the EU. whether to stay in the EU or leave. decisions” from London.
By law, Britain will leave the over the Brexit agenda. They Lawmakers also voted against Campaigners for a new referendum The EU is also reluctant to post-
EU on March 29, with or without a defeated by the narrowest of mar- holding a second Brexit referen- are divided over whether the time pone Brexit beyond the late May
deal, unless it cancels Brexit or gins — 314-312 — an opposition dum — at least for now. is right to push for a second elections for the European
secures a delay. attempt let Parliament choose an By a decisive 334-85 vote, they Brexit vote. The vote doesn’t pre- Parliament, because that would
Thursday could have been worse alternative to May’s rejected defeated a motion that called for vent lawmakers from trying again mean Britain taking part even as
for May. Lawmakers rejected an divorce deal and force the govern- another vote by the public on later to get Parliament’s support it prepares to leave.
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