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OFFICIALS WEIGH
IRAN SANCTIONS
EASTER ATTACK
SRI LANKA BOMB TRAGEDY KILLS MORE THAN 200
SHARKS WIN TO
FORCE A GAME 7
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Monday • April 22, 2019 • XIX, Edition 206 www.smdailyjournal.com

Express lanes governance takes shape


Transportation officials deciding on joint powers authority to decide over traffic toll revenue
By Zachary Clark ity to implement an equity pro- Supervisor Don Horsley,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF gram offering discounts to low- Burlingame Vice Mayor Emily
income motorists, among other Beach and San Mateo
After the Express Lanes project responsibilities. Councilwoman Maureen Freschet.
broke ground in San Mateo The JPA board will have six “People expected an odd number
County last month, local officials members, including three mem- of board members, but they wanted
have all but determined a gover- bers from the City/County to continue the spirit of collabora-
nance structure for the new tolling Association of Governments and tion and make decisions based on
facility coming to Highway 101. three from the San Mateo County consensus,” said C/CAG executive
A joint powers authority is one Transportation Authority. The director Sandy Wong.
vote away from becoming official board members currently are The JPA will serve as the owner
and that body will decide how toll Redwood City Councilwoman of the tolling facility while the
revenue — expected to be between Alicia Aguirre, San Mateo Mayor Bay Area Infrastructure Financing DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
$10 million and $20 million — is Diane Papan, Belmont Highway 101 in San Mateo will be part of the new Express Lanes project
spent. It will also have the author- Councilman Doug Kim, county See LANES, Page 7 — slated to be completed by 2022.

San Bruno
trash rates
to increase
Officials favor hiking customer bills,
albeit less than desired by collector
By Austin Walsh Though no
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF final decision
was made during
San Bruno officials blessed a the study ses-
garbage collection rate hike, sion, officials
though the increased payments for favored estab-
AUSTIN WALSH/DAILY JOURNAL residents will be less than the lishing the
Members of the Burlingame community gathered to discuss ways to rejuvenate the city’s popular shopping amount originally sought by lower rate which
districts at a meeting April 17. Recology. was recom-
The San Bruno City Council mended by a
Downtown Burlingame business woes weighed agreed during a Tuesday, April 16,
meeting to pursue a 4. 4% rate
Marty Medina
city consultant
hired to analyze the Recology pro-
increase, which is less than the posal.
Locals identify opportunities to stimulate city’s retail industry 5.3% rate hike proposed by the For his part, Councilman Marty
By Austin Walsh petitive in the age of online shop- experts hosted a conversation city’s garbage and recycling
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ping. regarding changes in the retail hauler. See RATES, Page 27
Loosened zoning regulations, industry.
Seeking to stem the rise of store- reimagined retail spaces, parking With more shoppers abandoning
front vacancies amidst a changing constraints and new business brick-and-mortar stores in favor of
retail landscape, merchants, land- opportunities were among the ini- taking their business to the inter-
Belmont plans to upgrade
lords and residents brainstormed tiatives which received the most net, the transition is apparent in
methods to rejuvenate attention from the crowd of about Burlingame’s primary shopping
sports complex this year
Burlingame’s popular shopping 100 members of the business com- districts where empty storefronts By Zachary Clark contemplated for more than a
districts. munity. are sprouting up with greater fre- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF decade.
During the Burlingame Talks “We want to see what we can do quency. On Tuesday, April 23, the City
Shop seminar held Wednesday, to attract new businesses and keep The most notable vacancies are A project consisting of various Council will host a study session
April 17, in the Masonic Lodge, the vibrancy in Burlingame,” said large spaces left by the exit of upgrades to Belmont’s sports com- on the proposed project, for which
community members examined Mayor Donna Colson, detailing national brands such as J. Crew and plex, including the installation of construction is expected to begin
opportunities to help Burlingame the task before a panel of commer- synthetic turf fields, is set to break
Avenue and Broadway remain com- cial real estate and business See RETAIL, Page 19 ground later this year after being See SPORTS, Page 19
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2 Monday • April 22, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“What’s vice today
may be virtue, tomorrow.”
— Henry Fielding, English novelist

This Day in History


In a dramatic pre-dawn raid, armed

2000 immigration agents seized Elian


Gonzalez, the Cuban boy at the center
of a custody dispute, from his rela-
tives’ home in Miami; Elian was
reunited with his father at Andrews Air
Force Base near Washington.
In 1 8 6 4 , Congress authorized the use of the phrase “In God
We Trust” on U.S. coins.
In 1 8 9 8 , with the United States and Spain on the verge of
war, the U. S. Navy began blockading Cuban ports.
Congress authorized creation of the 1st U.S. Volunteer
Cavalry, also known as the “Rough Riders.”
In 1 9 1 5 , the first full-scale use of deadly chemicals in war-
fare took place as German forces unleashed chlorine gas
against Allied troops at the start of the Second Battle of
Ypres in Belgium during World War I; thousands of soldiers
are believed to have died.
In 1 9 5 2 , an atomic test in Nevada became the first nuclear
explosion shown on live network television as a 31-kilo-
ton bomb was dropped from a B-50 Superfortress. REUTERS
In 1 9 5 4 , the publicly televised sessions of the Senate People smash items at a rage room where they can express their anger in an entertaining way in Jordan.
Army-McCarthy hearings began.
In 1 9 7 0 , millions of Americans concerned about the envi-
ronment observed the first “Earth Day.”
In 1 9 9 3 , the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum was dedi- In other news ...
cated in Washington, D.C. to honor victims of Nazi exter- was spelled S-C-O-H-O-L. was showing him out after he completed
mination. 5-year-old Michigan boy his work this month.
WPLG brought it to the city’s atten-
In 1 9 9 4 , Richard M. Nixon, the 37th president of the calls 911 to ask for McDonald’s tion, and the city tweeted that the pri- The 70-year-old former sheriff’s
United States, died at a New York hospital four days after suf- WYOMING, Mich. — A 5-year-old vate contractor has now corrected its deputy said feared she might be raped.
fering a stroke; he was 81. Michigan boy had a craving for work. It’s not clear how long the mis- She said she pushed him away and told
In 2 0 0 4 , Army Ranger Pat Tillman, who’d traded in a multi- McDonald’s but his grandmother was take was there in plain sight. him to leave and he waited awhile and
million-dollar NFL contract to serve in Afghanistan, was sleeping so he called 911 and made a apologized before leaving.
killed by friendly fire; he was 27. request. Deputies seek naked burglar He is charged with trespassing and
WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids reports who stole from Little League causing bodily injury to an at-risk adult.
Birthdays Iziah Hall of Wyoming asked the dis-
patcher: “Can you bring me
DUNEDIN, Fla. — Authorities in
His attorney, Mike McCullough, said
Novinski often hugs people and gave
Florida are asking for the public’s help Loest a three-second hug before leav-
McDonald’s?” Dispatcher Sara in tracking down a man who they say
Kuberski says she told him no but ing. He said Loest didn’t say anything
burglarized a Little League concession about being injured when she called
reached out to the police. stand wearing nothing more than a ball- Novinski’s boss. McCullough says he
Wyoming police officer Dan cap and gloves. will fight the charges.
Patterson says the April 14 request The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
made him laugh, so he stopped at says the naked burglar struck the stand Sheriff’s officer
McDonald’s on his way to check on at Fischer Field in Dunedin almost two
Iziah’s home in the western Michigan weeks ago.
corrals donkey on interstate
city. Deputies say the burglar stole cameras ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. — It
Actor Jack Singer Peter Rapper/singer Patterson says he thought, “I’m driv- and a cash box with $250 inside, and he wasn’t a routine day for a sheriff’s
Nicholson is 82. Frampton is 69. Machine Gun Kelly ing past McDonald’s on my way there caused $5,000 in damage. officer after she spotted a donkey
is 29. and I might as well get him some- meandering along Interstate 90 near
Surveillance video obtained by the
Actress Estelle Harris is 91. Singer Mel Carter is 80. Author thing.” The officer says the first thing Tampa Bay Times also shows the man Chicago.
Janet Evanovich is 76. Country singer Cleve Francis is 74. the boy said to him was, “My grand- taking a package of hot dogs. Video from a body camera taken
ma’s gonna be so mad, can you please The ball field is shared with Dunedin Wednesday shows the bewildered
Movie director John Waters is 73. Rock singer-musician Paul
go away?” High School. Cook County officer radioing:
Carrack (Mike and the Mechanics; Squeeze) is 68. Actor
“There’s a donkey in the middle of I-
Joseph Bottoms is 65. Actor Ryan Stiles is 60. Baseball man- Road crew misspells
ager Terry Francona is 60. Comedian Byron Allen is 58. Actor Colorado TV tech charged 90.”
‘school’ in school crossing The officer then ordered the donkey
Chris Makepeace is 55. Rock musician Fletcher Dragge is 53. after giving customer ‘bear hug’ to “come here, sweetie.”
Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is 53. Actress Sheryl Lee is 52. DORAL, Fla. — A road crew in DENVER — A Colorado television She asked a motorist to stand with
Actress-talk show host Sherri Shepherd is 52. Country singer- Florida should get an “F” for spelling. technician is facing felony charges for the donkey while she could figure out
musician Heath Wright (Ricochet) is 52. Country singer A motorist on Thursday spotted the allegedly hugging a customer tightly. what to do.
Kellie Coffey is 48. Actor Eric Mabius is 48. Actor Ingo error, realizing that workers in Doral Karen Loest told KDVR-TV that David The officer also asked the donkey
Rademacher is 48. Rock musician Shavo Odadjian (System of had made a mistake when painting the Novinski, a subcontractor for Dish where it was from. It turns out the ani-
a Down) is 45. Rock singer-musician Daniel Johns word “school” at a pedestrian crossing Network, gave her a “bear hug,” pin- mal’s name was Dusty, who was even-
(Silverchair) is 40. Actor Malcolm Barrett is 39. in the road. Instead of S-C-H-O-O-L, it ning her arms and chest painfully, as she tually returned to its owner.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
April 20 Powerball Fantasy Five
Unscramble these Jumbles, Mo nday : Sunny. Highs in the 60s to
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 3 27 30 63 65 1 11 13 15 26 29 lower 70s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.


Mo nday ni g ht: Clear. Lows in the mid
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Daily Four 50s. West winds 10 to 20 mph decreasing


April 19 Mega Millions to around 5 mph after midnight.
18 25 43 44 57 25 2 4 1 2 Tues day : Sunny. Highs in the mid 60s to
Mega number
Daily three midday lower 80s. Light winds...becoming west 5
SMRTU April 20 Super Lotto Plus
to 15 mph in the afternoon.
2 9 6 Tues day ni g ht: Mostly clear in the evening then becom-
1 3 21 27 30 23 ing partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s. Southwest winds 5
Daily three evening to 15 mph.
Mega number

TREFER 4 5 0 Wednes day : Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming


sunny. Highs in the lower 60s to mid 70s.
The Daily Derby race winners are California Classic, No. Wednes day ni g ht and Thurs day : Mostly clear. Lows in
5, in first place; Money Bags, No. 11, in second place; the mid 50s. Highs in the 60s to lower 70s.
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SLOJET was clocked at 1:48.18. becoming mostly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s.
Now arrange the circled letters
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Monday • April 22, 2019 3


The Blues brought cheers to San Mateo Police reports
That stinks
Someone was arguing with their neigh-
bor on Page Street in Redwood City and
believes they smeared feces on his
vehicle window after breaking it, it was
reported 7:18 a.m. Saturday, April 13.

FOSTER CITY
Theft. Someone broke into an unlocked

S
an Mateo once had a baseball team
called the Blues, which was consis- vehicle on De Anza Boulevard, it was report-
tently ranked among the top semi- ed at 12:12 p.m. Wednesday, April 10.
pro teams in Northern California. Fraud. Someone encountered fraudulent
Fitzgerald Field at San Mateo Central Park activity online on Rogell Avenue, it was
off El Camino Real is named for the manag- reported at 12:09 p.m. Wednesday, April 10.
er of the Blues, which, in its formative Theft. Three men stole something on
years more than a century ago, played on a Bridgepointe Parkway and then drove away,
diamond at what is now the Martin Luther it was reported at 7:25 p.m. Tuesday, April
King Center, a popular recreation hub that The San Mateo Blues played at Central Park, where a ball field sports the name of its successful 9.
recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. manager, Justin Fitzgerald. B urg l ary . Someone stole merchandise
The Blues were an amateur team, spon- Blues outhit the Seals 8-3. 1937. The Blues played at Central Park until from a locked trailer on W. 25th Avenue, it
sored by a newspaper called the San Mateo The dynamo behind the Blues’ success was 1941 when World War II halted a time out. was reported at 12:31 p.m. Wednesday,
News Leadership when they debuted at the Justin Fitzgerald, a native of San Mateo Play resumed in 1948 under manager Paul April 10.
MLK Center site north of downtown in who played for Santa Clara University Thiebaut and lasted until 1978 when the DUI. A motorist almost hit two vehicles
1898, a time when just about every before becoming a fielder with such major team disbanded. while swerving in and out of lanes on E.
Peninsula city fielded a baseball squad. league teams as the New York Yankees and Fitzgerald died in 1945 from a stomach Poplar Avenue, it was reported at 6:08 p.m.
Historian Alan Hynding wrote in “From the Philadelphia Phillies. Early in his career disorder at the age of 52. After his death, Tuesday, April 9.
Frontier to Suburb” that “town clubs from in the big leagues, however, he suffered an just about everyone started calling the
Redwood City, San Mateo, Half Moon Bay, arm injury that made it difficult to throw the Central Park field Fitzgerald Field, which UNINCORPORATED SAN MATEO
and later South City, competed against each ball as far and as fast as needed. Fitzgerald became the official title in 1960. More than COUNTY
other.” It should be noted that recreational was still a good hitter, which he proved a thousand people attended the field’s dedi-
when he moved to the Pacific Coast League cation Aug. 21, 1960. According to Postel, Burg l ary. A vehicle on the 100 block of
opportunities were limited at a time when Miramontes Point Road had a broken win-
people worked upwards to 60 hours a week, where he played with Portland and later San San Mateo Times sports editor Harvey
Francisco, spending eight successful sea- Rockwell described Fitzgerald as “quiet, stu- dow and a total loss of $1,050 in damage
so baseball was a big draw. was made, it was reported at 3:45 p.m.
The Blues moved to Central Park when it sons with the Seals. dious, gentlemanly and tolerant with a kind
According to Mitch Postel’s “History of sense of humor,” adding that his players Thursday, March 21.
opened in 1922, becoming the first munici- Sus pended l i cens e. Someone was cited
pal park in San Mateo County. In 1924, the San Mateo,” the Seals’ home field was ideal “felt a personal allegiance” to Fitzgerald.
for him because its short right field fence Today, a plaque near the stadium entrance on Miramontes Point Road, for driving with
Blues took a step up and joined the semi-pro a suspended license, it was reported at 5:45
California State League, a circuit that meant shorter throws. “His weak arm was honors Fitzgerald, recalling him as an
much less a detriment, and his hitting con- “inspiration to the youth of San Mateo.” p.m. Wednesday, March 20.
included the Modesto Reds and Santa Cruz
Padres. tinued to be sharp,” Postel wrote. In 1916,
The Blues took the league crown several Fitzgerald won the PCL batting champi-
times in the 1920s and 1930s. In 1927, the onship with a .316 average.
team had a record of 29 wins, 3 losses. One Fitzgerald managed the Blues from 1924
year the Blues came close to beating the San until 1935 when he returned to Santa Clara
Francisco Seals of the Pacific Coast League. University as coach. He also served as on
The San Francisco team won 3-2, but the the San Mateo City Council from 1933-
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Patients file suit against Gilead for HIV treatment side effects
By Anna Schuessler and other conditions are among antiretroviral regimens’ side more effective than TDF drugs, the company could further
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF effects, Rutherford said research shows TDF drugs are associ- increase its profits by marketing the new drugs to patients
ated with a much higher incidence rate and severity of side and physicians as safer and more effective drugs as compared
Reporting chronic kidney diseases and major bone frac- effects, ranging from acute kidney failure and cancer to to TDF drugs, noted Rutherford.
tures, more than 50 patients treated with human immunodefi- osteoporosis. Though Gilead’s TDF drugs and TAF drugs were approved
ciency virus antiretroviral drugs filed a lawsuit against the According to the suit, both TDF drugs and TAF drugs, by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Rutherford
Foster City-based Gilead Sciences this month with claims the which are taken orally, are versions of the parent drug teno- alleged the company had a duty by the law to produce a safer
biopharmaceutical company put profits before patient safety fovir, which is a drug that can be absorbed into a cell and pre- drug if they have the knowledge to do so. He said the com-
in the marketing and availability of drugs expected to stem vent the process by which the HIV virus spreads. Rutherford pany was responsible for presenting a better drug before it
the spread of a life-threatening disease. said that because TDF drugs metabolize immediately, some sought FDA approval.
As consumers of the prescription drugs Viread, Truvada, of the drug is activated by cells where HIV is occurring while “Regulatory approval is, I think, a floor, absolutely not a
Atripla, Complera and Stribild, the more than 50 individuals some of it remains in the gastrointestinal tract, liver and ceiling,” he said. “If you know how to make it safer, the law
listed as plaintiffs in the suit were exposed to significant blood, where it can end up having a toxic effect on the body. tells you you have a duty to make it safer.”
safety risks to patients’ bones and kidneys that studies have Since TAF drugs only metabolize when they have been In the company statement, Gilead affirmed its commit-
shown accompany treatment with drugs containing tenofovir absorbed by cells affected by HIV, they do not affect other ment to developing and improving upon therapies that
disoproxil fumarate, or TDF, according to the suit filed April organs and a fraction of the average TDF dose is required of address unmet needs for people living with HIV for nearly
10 in San Mateo County Superior Court. TAF drugs, he said. three decades.
With knowledge of those risks when it began selling its Rutherford said Gilead developed both drugs at around the “Ongoing collaboration with, and input from, the medical
first TDF drug, Viread, in 2001, Gilead falsely promoted it as same time and had done studies showing relatively high and advocacy communities have always played a key role in
the “miracle drug” and downplayed the toxicity associated doses of TDF drugs would be needed at a greater risk of toxic helping inform our development programs and decisions.
with it, alleged Jack Rutherford, the attorney representing effects for patients, while TAF drugs were proven to target Patient safety is of foremost importance to us,” according to
the plaintiffs in the suit. And by withholding the release of a the HIV-affected cells in one’s body and were less likely to company statement.
safer alternative HIV antiretroviral medication, drugs con- accumulate in the kidneys than TDF. Rutherford expected the suit to include more plaintiffs as
taining tenofovir alafenamide fumarate (TAF), Rutherford But he is alleging Gilead made a calculating decision to the case proceeds, and said he hopes the effort to hold Gilead
believes the company exposed patients taking the TDF drugs obtain patents for TDF drugs first and withhold putting TAF accountable will demonstrate what can happen when pharma-
to some 10 extra years of toxicity to their bones and kidneys drugs on the market so the company could extend the life of ceutical companies are not held to the standard of creating the
in an effort to extend the life of its patents for the drugs. its patents and attempt to dominate the market share for anti- safest and most effective drugs possible. He noted open-
“They had two options available and for business purpos- retroviral treatments. By patenting TDF drugs first and put- ended questions as to what level of accountability these com-
es, in order to make more money, they essentially went with ting the development of TAF drugs on hold for a few years, panies should be held and how much consumers should rely
the less safe, less effective version,” he said. argued Rutherford, the company ensured it could maximize on FDA approvals has persisted over time, and hoped the suit
In an emailed statement, Gilead emphasized it prioritizes the period of exclusivity during which it could produce and could help answer these questions.
patient safety and expressed an intent to fight the claims in sell the drugs without competition. “They could have avoided these injuries that, in most
the lawsuit, which it believes is without merit. By filing for patents for TAF drugs years after Gilead start- cases, are permanent,” he said. “I think we need to set a bet-
Though doctors have acknowledged kidney impairments ed developing them and discovering they were safer and ter standard for pharmaceutical companies.”

South City police fire at car Mateo County District Attorney's Office are investigating
Local brief the shooting. He added that it still being determined if more
fleeing burglary; three arrested multiple-story parking garage that contained valuable con- than one officer fired shots or if any of the suspects were
At least one South San Francisco police officer shot at struction equipment. struck by gunfire. One officer was transported to a hospital
three suspects inside a truck that rammed a police patrol vehi- According to Chetcuti, officers arrived to find the suspects with minor injuries and released.
cle while attempting to flee from the scene of an attempted attempting to break-in, and the suspects then tried to flee in The suspects — all arrested on suspicion of burglary, con-
burglary early Sunday morning, according to police. a Dodge Ram pick-up. The driver then rammed the patrol spiracy and attempted murder on a police officer — were also
Three men were arrested — one after a brief pursuit that vehicle, and Chetcuti said in fear for their life, at least one transported a hospital for treatment.
stretched into Brisbane city streets — around 1:10 a.m. at the officer fired shots at the driver. The two suspects from Oakland have been identified as 25-
Genesis Towers at 1 Tower Place, Sgt. Ken Chetcuti said. Two of the suspects then fled from the pickup and were year-old Kevin Lewis and 28-year-old Paul Mack. The San
A private security company reported that the three suspects arrested at the scene. The driver was arrested after a short Leandro suspect was identified as 23-year-old Rhyon Griffin.
— two from Oakland and another from San Leandro — were vehicle and subsequent foot pursuit. All three will be transported to the San Mateo County Jail
attempting to break-in to a secured storage space inside a Chetcuti said South San Francisco police and the San once they are released from the hospital.
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Body of Pacifica swimmer found Local brief
near Fort Funston in San Francisco
The body of a Merced County man who
police Sgt. Dominic Albanese said. The San
Francisco Medical Examiner's Office identi-
Giuliani: Nothing wrong with
disappeared March 26 while swimming off
of a Pacifica beach with friends was found
Friday near Fort Funston in San Francisco, a
Pacific police sergeant said Saturday.
fied Collins.
Collins and some friends were staying at a
Pacifica motel when, early in the morning
Trump accepting Russian help
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Sunday news
on March 26, they went swimming at
The body of 28-year-old Tyler Collins was Rockaway Beach, about nine miles south of shows offered the latest
found about 5:40 p.m. Friday by a dog walk- where Collins' body was found Friday. WASHINGTON — President Donald back and forth following
er on the beach near Fort Funston, Pacifica Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani insisted the long-anticipated
Sunday there was “nothing wrong” with the release on Thursday of
will use the new lanes and officials hope

LANES
Continued from page 1
many solo drivers will commute that way
instead.
The JPA board will elect a chair and vice
president’s 2016 campaign taking informa-
tion from the Russians, as House Democrats
pledged stepped-up investigations into
campaign misconduct and possible crimes
Mueller’s 448-page
redacted report on his
two-year investigation
into Russian interference
chair — each will serve one-year terms — of obstruction detailed in special counsel
and will meet quarterly and will be staffed Rudy Giuliani in the 2016 presidential
Robert Mueller’s report . election. Mueller found
Authority will be the operator, meaning it by an even number of C/CAG and TA Giuliani called the Trump campaign’s no evidence of a conspiracy between Russia
will handle the day-to-day operations of the employees. TA staff will handle finance and effort to get political help from representa- and the Trump campaign and made no deci-
facility. BAIFA is a joint powers authority communications responsibilities while tives of the Russian government possibly sion on obstruction of justice.
between the Metropolitan Transportation C/CAG staff will manage contracts and ill-advised but not illegal. Giuliani rebutted Sen. Mitt Romney, R-
Commission and the Bay Area Toll agreements, among other responsibilities. “There’s nothing wrong with taking Utah, who said in a statement on Twitter
Authority, or BATA, that manages express The JPA will retain an independent poli- information from Russians,” Giuliani said, Friday he was “sickened” by the findings in
lanes elsewhere in the state. cy/program manager via contract and it will referring to a June 2016 Trump Tower meet- Mueller’s report that cited details on how
The half-a-billion-dollar Express Lanes also have an executive council consisting ing involving Trump’s son Donald Jr., son- the Trump campaign welcomed political dirt
project, formerly called Managed Lanes, of the executive directors of both C/CAG in-law Jared Kushner and former Trump cam- from Russia.
will construct a new lane in each direction and the TA. Both will make recommenda- paign chairman Paul Manafort and a lawyer Giuliani said Romney should “stop the
of Highway 101 in San Mateo County and tions to the JPA. linked to Russia. The Trump campaign was bull,” saying that accepting negative infor-
then the far left lane each way will be con- The JPA has been approved by C/CAG and seeking harmful information on Democratic mation about a political opponent is com-
verted to an express lane with real-time sur- will be voted on by the TA May 2. C/CAG is presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. mon.
veillance equipment. It is slated for com- a joint powers authority comprised of board
pletion by 2022. members representing each city and the
Such a facility promises speeds of at least county that works on quality of life issues
45 mph at all times on the express lanes, such as air quality and transportation,
which will be free for buses and carpools of among others. The TA oversees the coun-
three people or more, but solo drivers who ty’s half-cent sales tax revenue for trans-
choose to use those lanes will have to pay a portation, and is under the umbrella of the
toll. Tolling policies will be determined by San Mateo County Transit District.
the JPA and one of the decisions it will “The agreement we’ve come to sets the
make is whether to allow carpools of two broad direction of this JPA, it provides the
people or clean air vehicles to use the kinds of checks and balances that should be
express lanes for free or at a discount. there, but I think the devil is in the details,”
Tolls will fluctuate based on traffic condi- Kim said. “As the details are being forged
tions, though initial projections suggest it’s going to come down to both agencies
prices will average $1 per mile in San and the JPA board to make sure decisions
Mateo County. going forward are done with transparency to
Officials claim the other lanes without the public there’s still the potential for one
tolls will also see relief once the facility is agency to control the use of the revenues
in place. Part of the plan is to roll out an from this. As long as we’re all vigilant I
expanded network of express buses that think this can benefit San Mateo County.”
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8 Monday • April 22, 2019 WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Paris Easter Mass honors firefighters


who fought blaze to save Notre Dame
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Notre Dame’s roof and collapsed its spire,
held a place of honor at the Saint-Eustache.
PARIS — The archbishop of Paris and Police officers and a soldier guarded the
Catholics from around France and the world 13th century church. Visitors stood in a
honored the firefighters who saved Notre long line to have their bags checked before
Dame Cathedral, praying Sunday at a special they could enter.
Easter Mass for a swift reconstruction of the Paris Archbishop Michel Aupetit handed
beloved monument. firefighters at the Easter Mass a book of
Some streets around the medieval cathe- scriptures that was rescued from Notre
dral also reopened six days after the blaze, Dame.
allowing tourists to get a closer look and “Your men were able to save many things
local restaurants to reopen, after firefight- in the cathedral. But you also saved an item
ers declared the last hot points extin- that is precious for us,” Aupetit said. “It still
guished. Notre Dame itself is expected to is a bit dirty, full of ashes and likely a bit
remain closed for years. damaged by the fire. You saved it, and I
The blaze that engulfed the cathedral on wanted to give it to you. It’s a very humble
Monday night forced parish members and way to thank you.” said.
visitors who hoped to worship at Notre REUTERS
He notably thanked fire service chaplain
Dame on Easter to find other places to Jean-Marc Fournier, who recovered from the Blood stains are seen inside a church after a bomb blast in Negombo, Sri Lanka.
attend services. The Paris diocese invited fire a chalice containing consecrated hosts
them to join Sunday’s Mass at the grandiose
Saint-Eustache Church on the Right Bank of
the Seine River.
that for Catholics are the body of Christ.
Speaking of Jesus’ resurrection, Aupetit
told the congregation, “We, too, brothers
Nine Easter Sunday bomb attacks
The firefighters, who struggled for nine
hours to contain flames that consumed
and sisters, we will rise again, just like our
cathedral will rise again.” claim more than 200 in Sri Lanka
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lanka’s Foreign Ministry said the bodies
of at least 27 foreigners from a variety of
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Nine bomb- countries were recovered.
ings of churches, luxury hotels and other The U.S. said “several” Americans were
sites on Easter Sunday killed more than among the dead, while Britain, China,
200 people and wounded hundreds more in Japan and Portugal said they, too, lost cit-
Sri Lanka’s deadliest violence since a dev- izens.
astating civil war in the South Asian The Sri Lankan government imposed a
island nation ended a decade ago. nationwide curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Defense Minister Ruwan Wijewardena and blocked most social media including
described the blasts as a terrorist attack by Facebook and YouTube, saying it needed to
religious extremists, and police said 13 curtail the spread of false information and
suspects were arrested, though there was ease tension in the country of about 21
no immediate claim of responsibility. million people.
Wijewardena said most of the bombings Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe
were believed to have been suicide attacks. said he feared the massacre could trigger
The explosions — mostly in or around instability in Sri Lanka, and he vowed to
Colombo, the capital — collapsed ceil- “vest all necessary powers with the
ings and blew out windows, killing wor- defense forces” to take action against
shippers and hotel guests in one scene those responsible.
after another of smoke, soot, blood, bro- The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal
ken glass, screams and wailing alarms. Malcolm Ranjith, called on Sri Lanka’s
Victims were carried out of blood-spattered government to “mercilessly” punish those
pews. responsible “because only animals can
“People were being dragged out,” said behave like that.”
Bhanuka Harischandra, of Colombo, a 24- Police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekara
year-old founder of a tech marketing com- said at least 207 people were killed and
pany who was going to the Shangri-La 450 wounded. He said police found a safe
Hotel for a meeting when it was bombed. house and a van used by the attackers.
“People didn’t know what was going on. It The scale of the bloodshed recalled the
was panic mode.” worst days of Sri Lanka’s 26-year civil
info@sancarloselms.com t He added: “There was blood everywhere.”
Most of those killed were Sri Lankans.
war, in which the Tamil Tigers, a rebel
group from the ethnic Tamil minority,
But the three bombed hotels and one of the sought independence from the Buddhist-
churches, St. Anthony’s Shrine, are fre- majority country. The Tamils are Hindu,
quented by foreign tourists, and Sri Muslim and Christian.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Monday • April 22, 2019 9


Anti-charter school bills limit choice ‘Everyone deserves a safe
Orange County Register Other voices their original charter.
AB1505’s author complains the cur-
and healthy place to live’
T
rent system “has led to unprecedented hat’s the mantra of Melissa Lukin, execu-
California’s charter-school move- growth of charter schools in tive director of Rebuilding Together
amenable to the union position — and Peninsula. This Saturday, the national
ment has made remarkable progress in California.” The clear intent of all
has already signed a law that would organization will host its major annual event
providing a quality education for some impose new open-meetings require- these bills is to stop their growth and
of the state’s neediest students. leave parents with no alternative other when 1, 600 volunteers will paint, remove
ments on charters. The new debris, improve landscaping, do minor home
However, its long, successful journey Superintendent of Public Instruction than their local public school.
— sparked by landmark 1992 legisla- Charters may be victims of their own repairs at over 40 sites in San Mateo and north-
Tony Thurmond at a forum in March ern Santa Clara
tion that made it relatively easy to start suggested that education is not the success. In some big, urban school dis-
charter schools — has run into an exis- tricts charter students account for 20 counties.
proper place for competition. These repairs to
tential threat that has rightly been Meanwhile, union-friendly percent of the total student population.
referred to as “Charter-mageddon” by Charters receive far less public money make a house safe
Democrats expanded their numbers in and healthy are
one news publication. the Capitol, and this series of bills is per capita than traditional public
The Assembly Education Committee, schools, but state education dollars fol- often too expensive
the latest evidence. They aren’t the for low-income resi-
dominated by lawmakers who are allied only legislative dangers charter low the student. The public school
with the state’s teachers’ unions, establishment therefore views them as dents. Making these
schools will face. There’s no sugarcoat- improvements helps
recently passed three union-backed ing it. These bills pose a serious danger an ongoing and growing threat. Unions
bills that would put the kibosh on the are upset that charter schools aren’t keep many of these
to the future of charters schools as a residences viable
continued growth of these alternative meaningful educational option. required to be unionized. They don’t
schools. Their final passage is not a and in the existing
Assembly Bill 1505 would remove want to reform their encrusted bureau-
housing stock and
certainty, but the California Teachers the process by which charter schools cratic system. Yet to be more competi-
enhances the ability
Association is flexing its muscle after can appeal to the state Board of tive and successful, traditional public
of many seniors to
November’s election shifted the politi- Education if their application is denied schools must lose the inflexible, sen- remain at home.
cal tide in an anti-charter direction in a by a local school board or county board iority-based rules that enable large Volunteers will be
variety of statewide and legislative of education. This would leave the deci- numbers of “grossly ineffective” teach- working in Pacifica,
races. sion in the hands of local school board ers to remain in the classroom. Daly City, Redwood
In eight years as governor, Jerry members who often are elected with the Hundreds of charter advocates showed City, East Palo Alto, San Mateo, San Bruno,
Brown, who helped found and raise help of teachers’ unions. Assembly Bill up at the five-hour Assembly hearing to South San Francisco, Menlo Park and
money for two Oakland-based charter 1506 would cap the number of charter voice their concerns. We hope that Burlingame.
schools, was such a staunch supporter schools as of Jan. 1, 2020. Assembly other lawmakers and the new governor ***
of charters that legislative attacks on Bill 1507 would stop charter schools are listening — and realize that gutting How does one get on the list? Homeowners,
them were non-starters. But his succes- from opening new campuses outside of the state’s charter law will hurt including mobile homeowners who need assis-
sor, Gov. Gavin Newsom, is more the school districts where they received California’s poorest residents the most. tance can contact the organization directly at
rebuildingtogetherpeninsula. org or are recom-
Letters to the editor mended by county social workers or through
referrals from the cities of Daly City, San
Mateo, Redwood City and South San Francisco
which help fund the year round Safe At Home
California as a sanctuary employees and contractors fill those Avenue and El Camino Real, not Third Program.
spaces right at 8 a.m. Can’t say I Avenue. I sold Girl Scout cookies in Forty organizations and 35 sponsoring organi-
Editor, appreciate a $45 ticket on top of my front of it when I was 10 years old.
What gives the governor and mayors zations will either be providing volunteers or
hair charge or for picking up my pre- When I bought my graduation dress expertise to get the work done. The volunteers
the right to say California is a sanctu- scription at Walgreens. Needless to in 1968, Judd Green was on the same
ary city? I think registered voters of come primarily from local companies and corpo-
say, I’ve gone to other salons in San block as Wells Fargo Bank, though I rations that make this event a team-building
California should vote on it. I do not Mateo and Belmont that offer free think it moved later.
mind if they come here legally and exercise for their employees. Participants
parking. The parking enforcement Speaking of Wells Fargo, it has been include Google and Facebook in addition to sev-
could support themselves; but, when officer sits on car bumpers and waits in the same location since forever. I eral Rotary and Lions clubs. This year, for the
they come illegally the taxpayers have for the meter to run out; he waited 7 used to go there with my mom every first time, an all-women construction team,
to pay the way. We have people living minutes and I timed him. two weeks when my dad got paid. sponsored by the Sheet Metal Contractors
in their cars because they can’t afford Perhaps the landlords that are hold- I remember when Round Table Pizza Association of North America, will be installing
to pay the high cost of rent. We have ing out for the huge rents need to back new countertops, repairing decks, fences and
opened on the corner on Third Avenue
many homeless peoples on the streets off and realize that they aren’t going painting an East Palo Alto home.
and B Street (now North Beach Pizza).
as well. California is one of the most to get their properties rented at the Sponsors include construction firms like Nibbi
We stood on the tables and sang the
expense states to live in. astronomical rates they expect. I Brothers, Novo Construction, Webcor, TrueBeck
San Mateo High fight song when we
doubt that will happen, though. They won the MPL championship. and Level 10; and other businesses including
Joe Sobocan would rather keep it vacant. Rambus, Wells Fargo, Cooley LLP, nVent, Oracle
Other oldies worth mentioning: The
Foster City I’d be happy to shop in Burlingame Shadows Restaurant (great soup), The and DLA Piper LLP. Sponsors pay $5, 000 to par-
and “keep the money in town,” but it York (turtle soup), and the original ticipate. Those funds are used to provide materi-
Burlingame meeting isn’t customer friendly at all. Neither Wisnom’s Hardware where you could als and for prep work by staff well before the
Editor, is the mix of salons and stores. find anything for repairing homes main event. Volunteers begin work at 8 a. m. and
Another meeting? The problems in built in the 1920s. And yes, the are done by 4 p. m. when they gather for a mega
Burlingame are quite clear and “educa-
Linda Yuen picnic at Oracle.
Ravioli House has been in the same
tion” isn’t going to change anything Hillsborough Lukin spent the past 15 years as the executive
location ever since I can remember.
(“Burlingame dissects its business director of CORA which provided safe havens for
San Mateo memories Let’s not forget The San Mateo Times
struggles” in the April 16 edition). victims of domestic violence. Now she has
location on Second Avenue, down the
Parking problems were happily creat- Editor, moved on to a new venue, but the goal is the
street from the old library which is same, to keep the vulnerable safe and secure.
ed by Burlingame’s city management In response to Jon Mays’ April 12 now the Mills Hospital parking lot.
by eliminating parking spaces, rais- column, “Memories of San Mateo,” I ***
Thanks for the memories, Jon, and I San Mateo Rotarians heard a thought-provok-
ing the cost of parking at meters and wanted to share some of my own mem- hope I’ve added a few for you.
reducing the time one could park. 2 ories beginning in 1960 when my fam- ing talk on immigration at their luncheon meet-
hours is not enough time to get your ily moved to San Mateo. ing last week. The speaker was James Sheehan,
hair done and longer time parking is If memory serves me correctly, JC Debbie Diltz professor of history at Stanford University. It
not available as Burlingame store Penney was on the corner of Fourth San Mateo wasn’t a political speech. No mention of ICE,
the Trump wall, sanctuary cities or separation of
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10 Monday • April 22, 2019 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

US to sanction nations for importing Iranian oil


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the five would be given by President Donald Trump, according to by other countries, including the U. S.
additional time to wind the officials. They said it is intended to itself and Saudi Arabia.
WASHINGTON — The Trump adminis- down their purchases or further ramp up pressure on Iran by stran- Since November, three of the eight —
tration is poised to tell five nations, if they would be subject gling the revenue it gets from oil exports. Italy, Greece and Taiwan — have stopped
including allies Japan, South Korea and to U. S. sanctions on The administration granted eight oil importing oil from Iran. The other five,
Turkey, that they will no longer be May 3 if they do not sanctions waivers when it re-imposed however, have not, and have lobbied for
exempt from U. S. sanctions if they con- immediately halt sanctions on Iran after Trump pulled the their waivers to be extended.
tinue to import oil from Iran, officials imports of Iranian oil. U. S. out of the landmark 2015 nuclear NATO ally Turkey has made perhaps the
said Sunday. The officials were not deal. They were granted in part to give most public case for an extension, with
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo plans
to announce on Monday that the adminis-
Mike Pompeo authorized to discuss those countries more time to find alter- senior officials telling their U. S. counter-
the matter publicly and nate energy sources but also to prevent a parts that Iranian oil is critical to meeting
tration will not renew sanctions waivers spoke on condition of anonymity ahead shock to global oil markets from the sud- their country’s energy needs. They have
for the five countries when they expire on of Pompeo’s announcement. den removal of Iranian crude. also made the case that as a neighbor of
May 2, three U. S. officials said. The oth- The decision not to extend the waivers, U. S. officials now say they do not Iran, Turkey cannot be expected to com-
ers are China and India. which was first reported by The expect any significant reduction in the pletely close its economy to Iranian
It was not immediately clear if any of Washington Post, was finalized on Friday supply of oil given production increases goods.

AIG top executive weighs


longevity and retirement
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that anticipates the reality of a longer
lifespan is something that can help address
Kevin Hogan is chief executive of insur- that anxiety, which in and of itself will
er AIG’s Life & Retirement division, where lead to a more holistically healthful,
he oversees the firm’s individual retire- longer life.
ment, life insurance business and more. He Q. Where do you see most people going
recently spoke with The Associated Press wrong in retirement planning?
about longevity, financial anxiety and A. I would say is there are certain basic
other issues surrounding retirement in the practices that everybody can adopt in
U.S. terms of being thoughtful about having a
The conversation was edited for length savings plan, taking advantage of all of
and clarity. the available benefits from their employer,
Q. AIG recently conducted a survey of making sure to be aware of and take advan-
more than 1,000 people — all over 40 — tage of tax benefits, as well as maintaining
and found that more than half of them want- discipline.
ed to live to be 100. Did that surprise you? But I think that one of the things that VISUAL HUNT
A. You know, it sort of did in a way but people run into that comes as a bit of a sur- Sea level rise is driving environmental concerns in Hawaii.
also, I was optimistic about that result. I prise is that there’s a lot of focus on sav-
think it’s a reflection of the improvements
in health care and lifestyle and awareness.
ings. With the demise of defined contribu-
tion plans, people have to save for them-
Waikiki flood concerns spur push
But it also didn’t necessarily surprise me
because there’s been such a growing
momentum in recognizing the implica-
selves. And the emphasis is on savings,
savings, savings. But the reality is, when for Hawaii water level protection
you get to that point where you have to THE ASSOCIATED PRESS research into a carbon tax that might raise
tions of increased longevity and what peo- convert a lump sum into a lifestyle it’s funds and lower the state’s dependence on fos-
ple can do earlier in life to prepare for that. something that people find very difficult HONOLULU — Hawaii’s iconic Waikiki sil fuels.
Q. This idea of living longer can stir up to do. That’s especially true in the uncer- Beach could soon be underwater as rising sea Lee said urban areas such as Waikiki are
financial anxiety for folks though, can you tain world where you may live longer, levels caused by climate change overtake its often “built in such a way that it forms a pro-
talk about what that looks like? which increases the chances of an unantic- white sand beaches and bustling city streets. tective barrier against the kind of storm
A. It’s quite interesting as we think ipated health condition or perhaps some Predicting Honolulu will start experienc- events that are inevitable.”
about ‘What does the new definition of market volatility, et cetera. ing frequent flooding within the next 15 to But in more rural areas, he said, new con-
holistic wellness look like?’ There’s a Thinking about just the savings part as 20 years, state lawmakers are trying to pass struction could be restricted close to shore “to
growing awareness of a sort of interde- opposed to what happens after savings is legislation that would spend millions for a preserve dune systems and build in a lot of nat-
pendency between physical health, mental one of the big challenges that people can coastline protection program aimed at ural solutions that are much more cost effec-
health and financial health. run into because after 45 years of thinking defending the city from regular tidal inunda- tive and provide a much more resilient result
The implications from anxiety about “I can’t touch my 401(k) or IRA money” tions. than simply building out concrete infrastruc-
uncertainty about the future can have an it’s very hard to switch gears all of a sud- The highest tides of recent years have sent ture or anything of the sort.”
impact on physical and mental health. And den. And that’s especially true in the uncer- seawater flowing across Waikiki Beach and In a state dominated by Democrats that is
of course, you know a solid financial plan tain world where you may live longer, onto roads and sidewalks lining its main regularly at the vanguard of U.S. efforts to
thoroughfare, and interactive maps of the address climate issues, Lee said the legislation
fi l e p ro j ect s i n t h e Hawaiian Islands show that many parts of the proved popular. A version of the bill has
On the move s o ut h ern Pen i n s ul a. state are expected to be hit by extensive passed both chambers of Hawaii’s Legislature.
Pat h man i s as s i g n ed flooding, coastal erosion and loss of infra- House and Senate leaders will convene in the
San Mateo-based S are s Re g i s Gro up t o t h e dev el o p men t o f structure in coming decades.
of Northern California is continuing the coming weeks to discuss final changes before
Ado b e’s n ew, That’s an alarming scenario for a state sending the bill to Gov. David Ige, a
expansion of its Commercial Division 6 5 0 , 0 0 0 - s qua r e - f o o t where beach tourism is the primary driver of
with multiple new h i res . Th e Bay Area’s Democrat. His office has declined comment on
camp us i n San J o s e. the economy, leading some lawmakers to whether he will sign it.
l eadi n g real es t at e Al mi ran t earen a wi l l insist that planning for rising tides should
dev el o p er h as h i red Yuning The bill is moving forward two years after a
b e dedi cat ed t o t h e start now. state-mandated sea level rise adaptation report
Yun i n g Pat h man Pathman
co mp l et i o n o f a n um- “The latest data on sea level rise is quite was made public to act as a guideline for future
an d Jo s e p h b er o f co rp o rat e p ro j - scary and it’s accelerating faster than we ever
A l m i ra n t e a re n a as legislative action and planning.
ect s i n Sun n y v al e. thought possible,” said state Rep. Chris Lee, Research included in the report suggests
as s i s t an t v i ce p res i - Tecza wi l l wo rk o n a Democrat and lead author of a bill calling for
den t s , wh i l e Eri c Hawaii will see a 3-foot (0.9 meters) rise in
projects for Guidewire the creation and implementation of the shore- ocean levels by the end of this century. It pre-
Te c z a h as j o i n ed i n Software in San Mateo line protection plan. The project would focus
t h e ro l e o f s en i o r dicts that more than 6,000 of the state’s build-
an d Lo s Al t o s on urban Honolulu but act as a pilot program ings and 20,000 people across all of Hawaii’s
Eric Tecza p ro j ect man ag er. Th ey C o m m u n i t y for other coastal communities around the
wi l l al l dri v e t h e Joseph islands will experience chronic flooding.
Investments. state. Dozens of miles of roadways, utility infra-
dev el o p men t o f a n umb er o f h i g h -p ro - Almirantearena
While Hawaii is rarely subjected to direct structure and beaches will be washed away,
hurricane hits, Lee’s bill says warmer oceans the report said. The state’s ports and low-lay-
will increase that risk by creating “more hurri- ing airports are also highly vulnerable.
canes of increasing intensity” — and esti- The report was updated in September to
mates the impact of a major hurricane making included newly published research warning
landfall at $40 billion. that previous estimates of inundation areas
“The loss of coastal property and infrastruc- in Hawaii were underestimated by 35% to
ture, increased cost for storm damage and 54%.
insurance, and loss of life are inevitable if University of Hawaii researcher Tiffany
nothing is done, which will add a significant Anderson, who led the study, said traditional
burden to local taxpayers, the state’s econo- sea level forecasts use what is known as the
my, and way of life,” says Lee’s bill, which is “bathtub model” to measure where water will
similar to action taken by New York City after rise and flood land. But she was surprised by
a storm surge from Superstorm Sandy led to the dramatic increase revealed when she fac-
$19 billion in damage in 2012. tored in more variables such as beach erosion
The Hawaii measure proposes sinking $4 and wave energy fluctuations, which are not
million into the program’s development over used in traditional climate change flooding
the next two years. The bill also seeks more predictions.
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Monday • April 22, 2019

Sharks win double-OT thriller


Hertl’s game-winner sends series back to SJ for Game 7
By W.G. Ramirez
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sharks 2, Golden Knights 1, double OT
confidence his team would force a Game 7. already a little bit tired, I was thinking
LAS VEGAS — After winning Game Either way, he came through Sunday maybe just dump it in and change, but I
5 at home to avoid elimination, Tomas to make it happen. saw a little bit of space, so I just take a
Hertl vowed the Sharks would return to Hertl scored a short-handed goal couple of steps and try shoot it,” Hertl
SAP Center for a seventh and decisive 11:17 into the second overtime to lift said. “If you don’t try you never know,
game in their opening round series San Jose to a 2-1 win over the Golden so I tried it and it somehow get
STEPHEN R. SYLVANIE/USA TODAY SPORTS with the Vegas Golden Knights. Knights, forcing a deciding game in through, and for sure huge goal.”
The Sharks players celebrate after Tomas Hertl’s game-winning One day later, he clarified it wasn’t nec- their first-round playoff series.
score in double OT in Sunday’s Game 6 at T-Mobile Arena. essarily a guarantee, but rather a vote of “At first moment when I get it, I was See SHARKS, Page 14

Carlmont,Terra Nova
Klay, KD deliver Warriors 113, Clippers 105
rule the pool for PAL
Warriors one win dual meet swim titles
away from next By Terry Bernal
round of playoffs DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

By Beth Harris With the aquatics names of the Peninsula Athletic League
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bay and Ocean divisions, there is no cooler sounding title
than the respective championships for boys’ and girls’
LOS ANGELES — A little score- swimming.
board watching inspired Klay Carlmont and Terra Nova proved cool as
Thompson and Golden State. can be through the regular season, as each
Seeing Houston up 3-0 on Utah of the programs boys’ and girls’ teams
combined with having dropped a swept their respective dual-meet champi-
game at home, the Warriors got onships. The Carlmont Scots captured
back to business. both varsity crowns in the PAL Bay
Kevin Durant scored 33 points Division, while the Terra Nova Tigers
and Thompson added 32 in a 113- earned the titles in the Ocean Division.
105 victory over the Los Angeles The Carlmont boys have proven a
powerhouse in recent years, now having Sammie Lee
Clippers Sunday that gave the
Warriors a commanding 3-1 lead in won five straight dual-meet titles. For
their first-round playoff series. the Lady Scots, it marks their first out-
“We came in with that mindset to right league title in at least 20 years,
put our foot on the throttle and not though they did share the Bay crown
let go,” Thompson said. “We let with Menlo-Atherton in 2008.
go in Game 2 and we won’t do that Last year saw an interesting rivalry
the rest of the playoffs. I really between the Carlmont and M-A girls.
believe that.” While M-A won its fourth straight dual
After a quiet 12 points in Game meet title last season, the Lady Scots
3, Thompson broke out for 27 finished the league slate with a girls’ Luca Garlati
points by halftime, when Durant team title in the PAL championship
had 19. meet. This year, Carlmont utilized a majority returning
“In the first quarter, we really
didn’t need to do anything special. See SWIM, Page 15
Klay was just amazing. K.D. was
consistent the whole game,” Steph
Curry said. “For us, obviously
with the threats we have out there,
Ronaldo becomes
it is just a matter of trying to be as
patient as possible.” 1st to win Europe’s
Curry’s patience was tried as he
missed his first six shots and was
in foul trouble for the second
top three leagues
straight game before finishing By Andrew Dampf
with 12 points. Andrew Bogut THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
fouled out with 5:50 remaining in GARY A. VASQUEZ/USA TODAY SPORTS
Klay Thompson scored 27 of his 32 points in the first half of Game 4 of the first round ROME — The breakthrough under Alex Ferguson at
See DUBS, Page 14 of the NBA playoffs Sunday at Staples Center. Manchester United. Then the coronation
at Real Madrid. And now another title at
Juventus.
Giants 3, Pirates 2 If ever there was a need to emphasize
Cristiano Ronaldo’s impact as a foot-
baller, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner
Buster goes deep as Giants did it again this weekend by helping
Juventus to the Serie A title in his first

salvage series finale in Pitt Christiano


season in Italy.
In doing so, the 34-year-old Ronaldo
became the first player in history to win
By Will Graves Ronaldo
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
league titles in the English Premier
League (with United), the Spanish league (Madrid) and Serie
PITTSBURGH — Buster Posey kept insisting the longest A (Juventus).
homerless drought of his career wasn’t weighing on him “I’m very happy to have won in England, Spain and now
even as days turned into weeks and weeks stretched into the league title in Italy as well,” Ronaldo said. “It meant a
months. The Giants catcher believed if he simply kept lot to me and it means a lot to us as a team.”
showing up for work, then the ball would eventually find its Other players have won titles in three of the five
way over the fence. maj o r Euro p ean l eag ues (En g l an d, Sp ai n , It al y,
CHARLES LECLAIRE/USA TODAY SPORTS
“The stuff that’s happened in the past, whether it’s this Germany and France) but nobody had previously put
Buster Posey, right center, celebrates with Steven Duggar after
hitting a three-run home run Sunday at PNC Park. See GIANTS, Page 13 See SOCCER, Page 15
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Go ne by : Top 20.

NFL Draft x-Jonah Williams, T, 6-4, 302, Alabama


Streng ths : Sound technician and good
athlete.
Weaknes s es : Shorter than ideal arms and
Top offensive players available by position relatively small frame for tackle could neces-
sitate move to guard.
By Ralph D. Russo Fact: Four-year starter at Missouri.
Go ne by : Might not be a top-15 player, Fact: Three-year starter who moved to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
but good chance he’s a top-15 pick. left-tackle as a sophomore and was an All-
American as a junior.
Some of the top offensiv e play ers, by
Daniel Jones, 6-5, 231, Duke Go ne by : End of the first round.
position, av ailable in the NFL draft, which
tak es place April 25-27 in Nashv ille, Streng ths : Combo of size and athleti-
Tennessee: cism is top level. x-Cody Ford, T, 6-4, 329, Oklahoma.
Weaknes s es : Decision making was Streng ths : Huge, but with some athleti-
x-indicates early entrant to draft
often questionable and release needs to be cism that gives him big upside.
Quarterback sped up. Weaknes s es : His talent and technique
Fact: Three years as a starter under coach need to be refined. Another tackle possibly
Po s i ti o n o utl o o k: The most interest- headed for guard.
ing player in the draft and a few players like- David Cutcliffe, aka the guy who coached
Peyton and Eli Manning in college. Fact: Started four games at guard in 2017
ly to be selected earlier than they should before taking over at right tackle in 2018.
because that’s what happens with quarter- Go ne by : Pretty good chance Jones gets
taken in the first round. Go ne by : Early second round.
backs. Stanford’s Jake Bailey is considered one of the
best legs in the 2019 draft class. Garrett Bradbury,C,6-3,306,No.Carolina State
x-Kyler Murray, 5-foot-10, 205, Oklahoma Others to watch:
Ryan Finley, QB, North Carolina State; Offensive line Streng ths : Strong, lean and instinctive.
Streng ths : Explosive athlete with a Weaknes s es : Better in pass protection
strong arm, nice touch and solid accuracy. Jarrett Stidham, Auburn; Will Grier, West Po s i ti o n o utl o o k: This draft seems
Virginia; Tyree Jackson, Buffalo. than drive blocking for the run.
Weaknesses: Kyler Murray is small. You light on those plug-and-play offensive tack- Fact: High school tight end who devel-
might have heard. les teams covet. Even some of the better
Fact: Murray’s Allen (Texas) High School
Running back tackle prospects such as Alabama’s Jonah
oped into All-America center.
Go ne by : Top 40.
team went 43-0 at with three championships Po s i ti o n o utl o o k: The trend away from Williams and Oklahoma’s Cody Ford have
in the state’s most competitive division. first-round running backs has been broken teams considering them at guard. But depth x-Erick McCoy, C, 6-4, 303, Texas A&M
Go ne by : Certainly seems as if he will be in recent years, but there is no Ezekiel looks good. Streng ths : Thick build and strong
No. 1 selection to Cardinals. Elliott or Saquon Barkley in this group. hands.
Andre Dillard, T, 6-5, 315, Washington State Weaknes s es : Gets a little lost in space
x-Dwayne Haskins, 6-3, 230, Ohio State x-Josh Jacobs, 5-10, 220, Alabama Streng ths : Excellent athleticism and trying to block beyond the line of scrim-
Streng ths : Big guy with a big arm who Streng ths : Bursts through holes and carries his weight comfortably. mage.
commands his offense. knocks tacklers back. Complete back who Weaknes s es : Needs to show more power Fact: Three-year starter after redshirting
Weaknes s es : Heavy-footed and prone to can block and catch. as a run blocker. as a freshman.
fall back against pressure. Only 14 career Weaknes s es : Will need to be better at Fact: Former two-star recruit who red- Go ne by : Top 40.
starts. avoiding contact at the next level. shirted as a freshman and became a three-
Fact: Led the nation with 4,831 yards Fact: Thanks to Alabama’s wealth of tal- year starter at tackle. Dalton Risner, T, 6-5, 312, Kansas State
passing and 50 touchdowns last season. ent, Jacobs left college with only 299 Go ne by : Top 20. Streng ths : Strong and consistent.
Go ne by : Even if the teams currently in touches from scrimmage. Weaknes s es : Quickness and agility are
the top 10 don’t want Haskins, good bet Go ne by : Early second round. x-Jawaan Taylor, T, 6-5, 312, Florida so-so.
someone will trade up to grab him. Streng ths : Able to drive defenders and Fact: Started at center as a redshirt fresh-
Others to watch: finish as a run blocker. man before settling in at right tackle.
Drew Lock, 6-4, 228, Missouri David Montgomery, Iowa State; Damien Weaknes s es : Arrived at Florida over- Go ne by : Middle of the second round.
Streng ths : Size, arm and athleticism. Harris, Alabama; Darrell Henderson, weight and that will need to be managed.
Weaknes s es : Accuracy and ability to Memphis; Devin Singletary, Florida Fact: Started 12 games at right tackle last
throw with varying speeds are inconsistent. Atlantic; Miles Sanders, Penn State. season for the Gators. See DRAFT, Page 16

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GIANTS A’s turn epic double play but
Continued from page 11
day still belongs to Blue Jays
By Michael Wagaman
year or another year, it doesn’t do
any good to harp on it,” Posey THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Jays 5, A’s 4
said. made that throw,”
Maybe, but the smile on the six- OAKLAND — The A’s caught Laureano said. “I
time All-Star’s face as he bounded Justin Smoak early, ending a wild threw without
into the San Francisco dugout follow- sequence that began with another thinking. That
ing a three-run shot off Pittsburgh’s eye-popping play by center fielder happens some-
Chris Archer showed the franchise Ramon Laureano. times.”
cornerstone was ready to drop the But the A’s couldn’t totally stop Blue Jays
topic for good. It didn’t hurt that Smoak and the Toronto Blue Jays, starter Aaron
Posey’s shot produced all the offense who finished off a three-game Sanchez was
his team would need in a taut 3-2 vic-
CHARLES LECLAIRE/USA TODAY SPORTS sweep with a 5-4 victory Sunday. pulled after four
Buster Posey tags out Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang at home plate “Over this road trip we finally Ramon i n n i n g s
tory over the Pirates on Sunday.
to end the game Sunday at PNC Park. started swinging the bats,” Smoak Laureano because of a
“It’s always nice to check that ly known for his speed — home. stepped in one batter later and hit said after getting four hits, includ-
box and not have a goose egg up broken finger-
The relay from right fielder Steven the 134th home run of his career. ing a home run. “Hopefully we can nail, a problem
there,” Posey said. Duggar to second baseman Joe Archer (1-1) allowed at least one continue to do that. If we do we’ll
The home run was Posey’s first in that has plagued
Panik to Posey beat Kang by a good baserunner in all five innings of be in a better position to win some him in the past.
237 at-bats since going deep two steps to preserve Smith’s fifth work in his return from a five-game ballgames.”
against the Miami Marlins on June A’s starter
save. suspension for throwing at On a day when both starting
19, 2018. It lifted the listless Brett Anderson
“I could tell that they were send- Cincinnati’s Derek Dietrich earlier pitchers needed to leave early with
Giants to their second victory in this month. (3-1) sprained
ing him,” Posey said. “But you kind ailments, Laureano showed off the
seven games. Reynolds, who singled in his his left ankle
of lose track of exactly where he is, most impressive toss.
“I know there’s a lot of tension so I wasn’t sure how close it was major league debut on Saturday, had Smoak led off the second inning coming off the
right now on our offense and our
Nick Hundley mound trying to
going to be.” three of Pittsburgh’s four hits. with a single and Teoscar
struggles especially early in the It turned out not to be close at all, Fellow rookie Cole Tucker, who hit Hernandez followed with a long field Randal
game,” San Francisco manager though Pittsburgh manager Clint a go-ahead two-run home run in a drive to center. Laureano made his Grichuk’s single in the third.
Bruce Bochy said. “But them person- Hurdle defended Cora’s decision. rain-shortened 3-1 victory on way back to the wall and reached Oakland was swept at home by
ally, they have a lot of pride. So I “The ball kicked funny off the Saturday, doubled leading off the high to make the catch. Toronto for the first time since
know that was huge for (Posey). And wall and Joey pushed it,” Hurdle fourth and scored on Bell’s homer. The strong-armed Laureano, who 1993 after winning all seven
just the timing of it. We’re down two said. “He’s aggressive over there has already nailed several runners games against the Blue Jays last
runs and he hit a three-run homer. It’s and they made a perfect relay.” Giants still scoreless in first this season, quickly recovered and season.
a little different when you hit a home Dereck Rodriguez (3-2) won his The Giants threatened to score aimed to get the retreating Smoak, Toronto posted its first road
run that doesn’t count.” second straight start for the their first first-inning runs of the unleashing a throw from the edge sweep of at least three games since
Posey connected on a 91-mph Giants, allowing two runs on three season when they put runners on of the warning track. 2015 and capped a 6-1 trip. The
fastball from Archer (1-1) with one hits in 5 2/3 innings with a walk first and second with one out. A The peg sailed far over the head Blue Jays went 1-5 on their first
out in the fifth. He helped make sure and four strikeouts. His lone mis- popup to third by Brandon Belt and of first baseman Kendrys Morales road trip earlier this season.
the lead stood up by tagging out take came in the fourth, when he a routine grounder by Evan and carried into the expansive foul Daniel Hudson (1-1) retired five
Jung Ho Kang at the plate to end the left an 84-mph changeup over the Longoria pushed San Francisco’s territory at the Coliseum, one- batters. Ken Giles got four outs for
game. Kang reached first against San middle of the plate and Josh Bell scoreless first-inning streak to 23 hopping to near the dugout. his seventh save.
Francisco closer Will Smith on a mashed it over the stands in right games, the second-longest to start Smoak tried to advance on the The A’s scored three runs in the
fielder’s choice. Rookie Bryan field for a two-run homer. a season in the majors since 1912. overthrow and was caught at sec- eighth and had two on with one out
Reynolds laced a double to the corner San Francisco erased the deficit The 1948 Chicago White Sox did- ond base by catcher Nick Hundley, in the ninth before Giles struck out
in right field, and third base coach quickly. Rodriguez and Duggar led n’t plate a first-inning run in their who backed up the play. Josh Phegley and got Robbie
Joey Cora waved Kang — not exact- off the fifth with singles. Posey first 28 games. “I was really pumped up when I Grossman to pop out.

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Celtics sweep Pacers Rookie Shai Gilgeous-Alexander led the

INDIANAPOLIS — Gordon Hayward


scored 20 points and Marcus Morris started
NBA playoffs
without a basket in the second half in beat-
ing Oklahoma City to take a 3-1 lead in
DUBS Clippers with a career-high 25 points.
Danilo Gallinari added 16 points but was
just 5 of 20 from the floor. Patrick Beverley
a decisive 3-point flurry late in the fourth their series. Continued from page 11 had 12 points and 10 rebounds.
quarter Sunday to give the Boston Celtics a “He played with no fear,” Durant said of
C.J. McCollum scored 27 points, Al-
series-clinching 110-106 victory at Gilgeous-Alexander, “and that’s what kept
Farouq Aminu had 19 points and nine the game with eight points and 10
Indiana. them in the game most of the game.”
rebounds and Maurice Harkless added 15 rebounds.
It’s the first four-game sweep for the points and 10 rebounds for the Trail Blazers. Super subs Lou Williams and Montrezl
Game 5 is Wednesday in Oakland, when
Celtics since 2011 and their second since Portland can close out the series Tuesday at Harrell were held to 12 and 10 points,
the two-time defending champions could
1986-87, becoming the first team to reach home. respectively. They were limited to a com-
close out the series.
the second round of the playoffs. bined eight points in the second half.
The Warriors were 17 of 19 from the free
Raptors 107, Magic 85 throw line. They con- “We hadn’t been able to get everyone on
Trail Blazers 111, Thunder 98 ORLANDO, Fla. — Kawhi Leonard scored trolled the boards, 49- the same page and to have good games on
OKLAHOMA CITY — Damian Lillard 34 points and Toronto beat Orlando to take 33, led by Curry and the same night,” Williams said. “My suc-
scored 15 of his 24 points in the third quar- a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference first- Bogut with 10 rebounds cess has been predicated on everyone play-
ter, and Portland held Russell Westbrook round series. apiece. ing well and we just haven’t been able to get
“The rebounding really that going.”
past Fleury to give San Jose a 1-0 with 6.5 hurt us again,” Clippers The Clippers opened the second on a 13-3

SHARKS seconds left.


That won’t be easy against a suddenly hot
Jones, who had a playoff career-high 58
coach Doc Rivers said.
“Right now they are
crushing us on the
Steph Curry glass.”
run to tie it 35-all, but Thompson made two
free throws that put Los Angeles down 10
later in the quarter.
Continued from page 11 saves in Game 6 and has helped San Jose The Clippers closed within four but
win two straight to even the series after Coming off a 27-point Durant completed a four-point play to
being forced to the brink of elimination. loss in Game 3, the stretch the lead to eight points at halftime.
Just 31 seconds after Barclay Goodrow Jones has stopped 88 of 91 shots in the last Clippers played tougher
was called for slashing Brayden McNabb, it two games. defensively and hung in Tip-ins
was Marc-Edouard poking the puck from in Jones may have saved his best perform- after trailing by 11 in the
front of Jones with a stretch pass down the The Warriors’ streak of having at least 30
ance for Game 6, coming up with big saves second quarter. assists in three straight playoff games,
center of the ice, where a weary Hertl was to keep the Sharks in the game with huge They outscored Golden
there to gather the delivery, skate past which tied a franchise record, ended. They
saves while under rapid fire. State 30-25 in the third had 27 assists.
Vegas’ Shea Theodore and beat Marc-Andre when they rallied to take
With Vegas carrying momentum over
Fleury with a wrist shot to seal the win and
force Game 7 on Tuesday at San Jose.
from Marchessault’s goal that tied the score Andrew Bogut a five-point lead. But Curry’s fouls
with 8:40 left in the second period, and a Curry scored seven of the
Hertl became the first player in NHL histo- penalty kill that carried into the third, Warriors’ final 10 points to send them into Curry had five fouls in Game 3 and piled
ry to score a short-handed winner in a post- Jones’ biggest save came against Reilly the fourth ahead 87-84. up four in Game 4.
season game that required multiple over- Smith, whose point-blank one-timer was “This team was just looking for a crack,” He had written the words “no” on one shoe
times. Only eight other players in league stymied. Moments later Jones snuffed out Durant said of the Clippers. “They don’t and “reach” on the other.
history have scored a short-handed goal in Mark Stone’s slap shot from the circle. stop. Even when you go home after the “He didn’t reach as much tonight so that
the first overtime of a postseason game. Both goalies came up with monster saves game you’re going to be thinking of them was good,” coach Steve Kerr said. “Steph
Logan Couture also scored to get the during the first extra period, first with because they’re tough.” sometimes loses focus. He’s such a fascinat-
Sharks on the board just before the end of Fleury - who had 27 saves - stopping Kevin The Clippers narrowed it to 87-86 early in ing player. The same thing that makes him
the first period, when he quickly gathered Labanc just after the puck drop, and later the fourth, but Thompson sank his sixth 3- not hesitate to shoot a fadeaway 30-footer
the puck, maneuvered around Golden when Jones stopped Max Pacioretty’s one- pointer and the Clippers never got close the maybe is the same thing that gets him in
Knights defender Nate Schmidt and fired timer with 9:57 left. rest of the way. foul trouble. He’ll be fine.”
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the same season. 1:02.4; Hawes won the 200 free at 1:56.9 but a foregone conclusion going into last

SWIM “The parents are really, really excited


about it,” Terra Nova swimming coach Brad
Pence said. “I told the kids they had the
and the 100 free at 53.9.
The three also shared in two wins in the
200 and 400 free relays.
Friday’s dual-meet finale. The Terra Nova
boys downed Jefferson 139-20, while the
Lady Tigers won 134-20.
Continued from page 11 opportunity to make history, so … they Carlmont’s boys were paced by Luca The boys last won the Ocean dual-meet
were all happy and excited about it.” Garlati and Oliver Crawford-Shelmadine, championship in 2010. For the girls it was
roster to run the table through eight dual who won two individual events apiece. a bit more recent, with their last title com-
meets.
Carlmont sweeps Burlingame Garlati topped the field in the 200 free at ing in 2016. Rival Half Moon Bay won the
“Every year it’s a new adventure for every- The Scots closed out their undefeated 1:52.4 and in the 500 free at 4:58.5. The dual-meet crown the previous two years.
body depending on who comes and who league slates last Friday hosting junior is in his third year as a varsity swim- Kaycie Lindland won the 100 back.
leaves,” Carlmont swimming coach Fred Burlingame. The Carlmont boys won 105- mer. Allison Wong also won the 500 free, and is
Farley said. “[M-A] lost some pretty heavy 63, while the girls won by an even more “He’s gotten better every year,” Farley on pace to take a shot at the program record
seniors last year on the girls’ side and we comfortable margin 139-31. said. “During the dual-meet season we’re not — a record she holds — in the event
didn’t.” “We’re pretty deep so we just kind of over- usually expecting top times. But come the Saturday at the PAL championships. She has
whelmed them,” Farley said. end of the season, he’s improved every year. broken the record in consecutive seasons on
For Terra Nova, the varsity sweep of boys
Senior Jade Margolis, junior Sammie Lee So I’m hoping and expecting that will hold that very stage.
and girls marks the first time since 1999 the
and sophomore Morgan Hawes won four true.” Freshman Maya Orsi is looking to take a
program has done this. Both squads went
undefeated through eight dual meets. And events apiece for the Lady Scots. Crawford-Shelmadine won the 50 free at shot at the program record in the 200 free
with Terra Nova’s junior-varsity boys’ and Margolis took first in the 200 individual 23 seconds flat and the 100 free at 51.2. Satuday. She won the event last Friday.
girls’ also earning undefeated regular-sea- medley at 2 minutes, 16 seconds and in the “Before the season, even starting in a
son titles, it is the first time in school his- 100 breast at 1:11.4; Lee topped the field in Terra Nova takes down Jefferson club meet, she went faster than the school
tory all four teams have won league titles in the 50 free at 25.5 and in the 100 fly at Terra Nova’s Ocean Division title was all record in both the 200 or 500,” Pence said.

Another Dutchman who achieved the feat was Mark van In 2007-08, Ronaldo led the Premier League with 31 goals

SOCCER Bommel, with titles with Barcelona, Bayern Munich (two)


and AC Milan.
While Juventus also won the league in the seven seasons
and helped United to the league title and the Champions
League trophy.

Continued from page 11 before Ronaldo’s arrival, there was no doubting his impact in Another Premier League title came the following season as
Turin. With 19 goals and six assists in 27 Italian league Ronaldo finished second in the scoring charts with 18 goals,
matches this season, Ronaldo played a part in nearly 40 per- behind only Nicolas Anelka, who had 19 for Chelsea.
together the combination of England, Spain and Italy.
David Beckham played in four of the top leagues but only cent of Juventus’ goals.
won titles at United (six), Madrid (one) and Paris Saint- So it came as no surprise when his dangerous cross from a
Germain (one), having failed to lift the Serie A trophy during sharp angle was redirected in by a defender as an own-goal for
his two loan spells at AC Milan. the winner in Juve’s 2-1 win over Fiorentina on Saturday —
Zlatan Ibrahimovic won four Serie A titles (three with Inter giving the Bianconeri more than the single point they needed
Milan and one with AC Milan), the Spanish league with to secure a record-extending eighth straight title with five
Barcelona and four French championships with PSG. rounds remaining.
Brazil fullback Maxwell was on many of those same teams It’s the sixth league title of Ronaldo’s career.
as Ibrahimovic and also won in Italy, Spain and France. The first came as a 22-year-old at United, ending a four-year
Then there was Arjen Robben, who won the Premier League drought for Ferguson’s squad as Ronaldo scored 17 goals —
twice with Chelsea before adding a Spanish title at Real three fewer than Didier Drogba’s league-best 20.
Madrid and seven Bundesliga trophies at Bayern Munich. That was just a warmup for what came next.

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offensive lineman Terrence Metcalf. Dame in 1993.

DRAFT Go ne by : Top 25.

x-Marquise Brown, 5-9, 166, Oklahoma


Tight end
Outl o o k: Three possible first-rounders
and then a bunch of players who do a few
Go ne by : Middle of the second.

Others to watch:
Continued from page 12 Streng ths : Explosive speed and elusive- things well that will likely land them in the
Josh Oliver, San Jose State; Kahale
ness. middle rounds.
Warring, San Diego State; Jace Sternberger,
x-Greg Little, T, 6-5, 310, Mississippi Weaknes s es : Skinny and short. Texas A&M; Dawson Knox, Mississippi.
Fact: Nicknamed “Hollywood” for his x-T.J. Hockenson, 6-5, 251, Iowa.
Streng ths : Athleticism and size work Streng ths : Best combination of athleti-
well in pass blocking.
Florida hometown and star qualities. Kickers/punters
Go ne by : The size (not great)/speed cism, receiving skills and blocking in the
Weaknes s es : Power in the running game class. Outl o o k: Punters are more likely to break
(great) combo gives him a wide-range of pos-
needs work. Weaknes s es : Needs to fill out and become into the draft than kickers these days.
sibilities from pick 15 to 45.
Fact: Played with Kyler Murray at Allen a more reliable blocker to reach star status.
(Texas) High School and was one of the top
x-A.J. Brown, 6-0, 225, Mississippi Fact: John Mackey Award winner as Mitch Wishnowsky, P, 6-2, 218, Utah
recruits in the country in 2016. nation’s best tight end last year. Streng ths : Like a lot of former Australian
Streng ths : Good size, effective route run-
Go ne by : Late second round, but raw mate- Gone by: Top 20. rules football players, the placement of his
ner out of the slot and plays tough.
rials could push him up much higher. punts is precise.
Weaknes s es : Can he play outside effec-
tively? x-Noah Fant, 6-4, 249, Iowa Weaknes s es : Lacks booming leg
Others to watch: Fact: Drafted in the 19th round by the San Streng ths : Speed and athleticism aplen- strength.
Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College; Diego Padres in 2016. ty. Fact: Handled kickoffs as a junior, but not
Kaleb McGary, T, Washington; Tytus Howard, Go ne by : Middle of the second round. Weaknes s es : Might be more of a slot last season.
T, Alabama State; Elgton Jenkins, C, receiver, motion-type tight end. Go ne by : End of the sixth round.
Mississippi State. Parris Campbell, 6-0, 205, Ohio State Fact: Fant was the hyped Iowa tight end
Streng ths : Breakaway speed. going into last season, but Hockenson’s Jake Bailey, P, 6-1, 200, Stanford
Wide receiver Weaknes s es : Needs refinement because emergence probably held down some of his Streng ths : Big leg has no problem with
Outl o o k: The best prospects all have at he was used in non-traditional ways in col- production. Fant had 39 catches for 519 yards distance.
least one question mark to keep them out of lege. and seven touchdowns. Weaknes s es : Placement needs work on
the first 10 or 12 picks, but enough talent to Fact: Filled a role in Urban Meyer’s Go ne by : Early second round. shorter punts.
put them in the first round. offense similar to Percy Harvin at Florida. Fact: Handled kickoffs and piled up touch-
Go ne by : End of the second, but the game- x-Irv Smith Jr., 6-2, 242, Alabama backs (102) in his final two seasons.
x-D.K. Metcalf, 6-3, 228, Mississippi breaking ability could tempt a team much Streng ths : Speed and route-running to be Go ne by : End of the draft.
Streng ths : A physical specimen with sooner. a downfield threat.
blazing speed. Others to watch: Weaknes s es : Needs to catch better in traf- Others to watch:
Weaknes s es : Route running and hands N’Keal Harry, Arizona State; Deebo fic. Matt Gay, K, Utah; Cole Tracy, K, LSU;
are inconsistent. Samuel, South Carolina; Riley Ridley, Fact: Father, Irv Smith Sr., was a first- Jack Fox, P, Rice; Tyler Newsome, P, Notre
Fact: Father is former NFL and Ole Miss Georgia; Hakeem Butler, Iowa State. round draft pick by New Orleans out of Notre Dame.
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Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City Apr.


12, 2019.
***
Jo hn and Mary McGui re, of Palo
Alto, gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia
Hospital in Redwood City Apr. 14, 2019.
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Wi l l and Mo rg an Crawfo rd, of Half
Cas e y an d B ran dy Jo h n s o n , of Moon Bay, gave birth to a baby boy at
Redwood City, gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City Apr.
Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City Apr. 14, 2019.
10, 2019. ***
*** Cy an d Jami e Pe rry , of Redwood
Mi chael Ly u and Sus ana Ts ao , of City, gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia
Menlo Park, gave birth to a baby boy at Hospital in Redwood City Apr. 16, 2019.

The community gathered and applauded on April 11 as Jay Katz of El Granada received the
Richard Rampton Volunteer of the Year Award at the Ombudsman Services of San Mateo
County, Inc.Volunteer Recognition Luncheon at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Foster City. Also hon-
ored were all of the 35 Volunteer Field Ombudsman who logged almost 7,000 hours last year
in unannounced visits to the facilities. Vic Lee of KGO TV News was Master of Ceremonies
and received the Nancy Cronin Guiding Force Award. Paul Buchanan of the San Mateo County
Adult Protection Services was honored with the Distinguished Service Award. OSSMC is the
only state certified program that advocates for every person living in a licensed long-term care
facility in San Mateo County.

Do sheep count sheep? EARTH MONTH


H
umans spend a lot of time talking doing little more
about sleep — or, more accurately, than serious resting
talking about how poorly we sleep. for the remainder of
How many hours you got (or didn’t) last the day. For those of
night. The latest thing in herbal-infused us who routinely raid
sleep masks and organic fabric blackout the ‘fridge after mid-
shades. How to de-funk your CPAC machine. night we already
Best melatonin-valerian blend or the new- know that sleep is
to-market drug (please don’t let me wake up linked to eating
in my pajamas cruising Safeway’s cookie habits. Just like that
aisle). Having suffered poor sleep since predawn nosher,
childhood, I am sensitive to the issue (there many grazing ani-
was a clown painted on black velvet hang- mals can be found active and awake for most
ing across from my bed and you just didn’t of the day to allow enough time to locate
want to close your eyes while he was watch- and consume the necessary calories, which
ing), but I’m also aware that while we’re the is why giraffes and elephants, for example,
ones to moan about it we’re not the only typically sleep only 30 minutes to a few
animal with what might be considered pecu- hours. Some frogs may not sleep for
liar sleep patterns. months at a time, a slowed but awake metab-
For duration, sloths are the oft-touted olism helping them survive winter, finally
champs but in fact their average (14 hours) getting some zzz’s and bugs after the thaw.
is actually about the same as that of adult Like sleep duration, sleep habits also
dogs (and less than puppies). Cats are better vary considerably. While cows and sheep
at it, spending on average 16 or more of the sleep in herds, safety in numbers, ever-
24 hours catnapping, but even that does not adorable otters sleep ever adorably holding
approach the real pros. The Big Hairy hands. Heck, I bet they’re even cute when
Armadillo (a South American species) they snore.
sleeps 20-plus hours every day, perhaps
simply to avoid hearing themselves called
big and hairy. Koalas sleep only (only!) 15 Ken White is the president of the Peninsula
hours at a time but they also get points for Humane Society & SPCA.
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a key opportunity for stimulating the
local economy.
Commercial real estate developer
3D Printing. Belmont Library, 1110 Estate Planning for the Single
Ryan Guibara pushed hard for officials
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Sign Person. 6 p.m. South San Francisco to cut the red tape which can be a cost-
up for a two-hour block of 3D print- Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., Anthropologie, which departed recent- ly hurdle for businesses to overcome
ing. Visit smcl.org/3Dprinting to South San Francisco. Presented by ly from the high-end shopping desti-
make a reservation. Patricia De Fonte, estate planning when considering their future in
attorney. For more information call nation along Burlingame Avenue. Burlingame — a sentiment received
Virtual Reality Experience. Belmont 829-3860. While the lingering unoccupied
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, with applause from the crowd.
Belmont. Ages 13 and up. Come to Divesting from Fossil Fuels and locations fuel concerns among some And while much of the two-hour dis-
the library to use our Oculus Rift and Investing for Your Future. 6:30 p.m. that a retail store apocalypse is immi- cussion was reserved for ideas to stimu-
experience virtual reality. This immer- to 8 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55
sive experience will allow you to play, W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Learn how nent, local commercial real estate late the local economy, some time was
explore and learn in a new way. to stop supporting the fossil fuel experts maintained a more measured kept for the identifying the potential
Patrons can sign up by calling 591- industry with your banking and view.
8286 or investments. Free. For more informa- pratfalls associated with drawing more
visiting tinyurl.com/BelmontLibraryE tion call 522-7818. Julie Taylor, a retail broker with businesses and shoppers to
vents. Colliers International, said the Burlingame.
‘The Odd Couple.’ 7 p.m. San Mateo
notable companies which historically the local economy.
Play of the Hand. San Mateo Senior Performing Arts Center, 600 N.
Finally, co-working spaces offer the Most common among the criticisms
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, Delaware St. San Mateo. San Mateo would lease the entirety of a large of the downtown shopping environ-
San Mateo. $135 for residents, $165 High School Drama presents The Odd
storefront are often no longer seeking added benefit of drawing lots of new
for non-residents. The second course Couple, by Neil Simon. This adapta- people to central destinations, said ment currently is a lack of available
of the ACLB Bridge Series, designed tion switches the gender of each role. assets with such high overhead. parking, and some merchants feared
to help seniors advance their playing Cost is $15. For more information call So rather than focus on one retailer, Feldman, who noted the employees
abilities. Registration required. Call 558-2375. would likely patronize surrounding attracting certain shoppers, such as
522-7490 for more information. Taylor, who is shopping the J. Crew those patronizing fitness clubs, would
FRIDAY, APRIL 26 site to interested tenants, said she piv- merchants, eateries and shops.
Jazz Appreciation Month Paws for Purple Hearts, Warriors Taylor noted another increasingly only compound the issue.
Celebration. 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Helping Warriors. 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 oted to find two, smaller companies Merchants recognized the lack of
San Mateo County Pride Center, 1021 a.m. San Mateo Sunshine Rotary, 6650 which would share the space. effective means of attracting shoppers
S. El Camino Real, San Mateo. Come Golf Course Drive, Burlingame. For downtown are popular fitness clubs, parking as well as high rents as some
enjoy different kinds of jazz. Free. For more information call 787-5595. Such partnerships are growing in of the most significant obstacles they
popularity as retailers limit store- similar to the Barry’s Bootcamp high-
more information call 591-0133.
intensity training outlet which have encountered, while residents
Senior Showcase Information Fair. fronts and narrow their emphasis to a
Traveling Beyond Your Comfort 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Twin Pines Senior opened recently on Howard Avenue. meanwhile desired a new entertainment
Zone. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. tailored customer experience in and nightlife venue.
Burlingame Recreation Center, 850 Free. For more information call 344- exchange for the antiquated one-stop- Club clientele are desirable shoppers
Burlingame Ave., Burlingame. Learn 5200. to occupy downtown because they are To that end, the request for business-
how to get started in adventure trav- shop approach. es specializing in offering a unique
el. Free. For more information call 3D Printing. 10 a.m. to noon. “There is a real massive shift in who often dedicated, able to afford pricey
520-3541. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las memberships, image conscious and experience that can be shared among
Pulgas, Belmont. Sign up for a two-
wants what type of space,” Taylor friends and family aligns with another
said. inclined to spend time cooling down
Using Essential Oils for hour block of 3D printing. Visit
after a workout by window shopping or rising trend among successful retailers.
Aromatherapy. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. smcl.org/3Dprinting to make a reser- Also rising in popularity to fill
San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third vation. For more information call 591- grabbing a drink and bite to eat nearby. Restaurateur John Scarcella, who
Ave., San Mateo. Learn how to engage 8286. empty storefronts are co-working operates both Centro Pizza and Sapore
with your sense of smell and use spaces such as the sorts arranged by “If it’s the right opportunity, it’s a
essential oils in a safe and supportive Coloring and Coffee for Adults. 10 fantastic amenity,” said Taylor, of the in Burlingame, partially attributed his
manner. Free. For more information a.m. to noon. Belmont Library, 1110 WeWork or other competitors accom- success to the high touch offered to
call 522-7818. Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. modating small companies or entre- fitness club presence.
Recognizing the industry’s rapid diners at his eateries while suggesting
Relax for some art and refreshments. preneurs looking for professional
TUESDAY, APRIL 23 Supplies will be provided but feel free growth, city officials recently dis- such an experience is essential to the
The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. to bring your own. For more informa- office space without the burden of sustainability of retailers and inde-
San Carlos Adult Community Center, tion call 591-8286. leasing a building or floor. cussed allowing the exercise clubs to
601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. Learn open up shop along Burlingame pendent business amidst a changing
basic drawing skills. Caminar and Family and Children Amy Feldman, program director marketplace.
Ser vices Circle of Support with the All Good Work Foundation, Avenue, where they are currently barred
Memoir Class. 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Luncheon. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. from operating. Scarcella urged business owners to
Menlo Park Little House, 800 Middle Sharon Heights Golf & Country Club said co-working arrangements have give shoppers more than just an
Ave., Menlo Park. $10 for assistance Inc., 2900 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park. paid dividends also by populating While no formal direction was
offered, more generally the concept of opportunity to make a purchase
offered writing life memoirs. For more Guest speaker David Sheff. Free. For empty storefronts and maximizing the
information, call 326-0723. more information call 513-1509. loosened zoning and development reg- because he said “if it’s only about buy-
space’s usefulness for a wider swath of ing, they can do that online.”
Men’s Group. 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. San Tween Night: Animal Style. 5 p.m. to ulations around commercial corridors
Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El Camino 7 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W.
Real, San Mateo. Monthly group of 3rd Ave., San Mateo. A fun night of
ty upgrades to the dugouts, bleachers mates are currently being determined
men in the community meeting to
share support and experiences. All
are welcome. For more information
call 591-0133.
crafts, games and pizza. Free.
Registration required. For more infor-
mation call 522-7818.
The Odd Couple. 7 p.m. San Mateo
SPORTS
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and one water fountain; the relocation
of the scoreboard to improve visibili-
ty from the bleachers and the installa-
and they’ll cover other necessary serv-
ices such as geographical engineering
and soil report updating, according to
Adult DIY Club: Poetry On-The-Go. Performing Arts Center, 600 N. tion of one additional light pole as the report.
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Delaware St. San Mateo. San Mateo
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. High School Drama presents The Odd well as upgrades to the existing light “Significant” development fees are
Create magnetic poetry tins. Free. Couple, by Neil Simon. This adapta- on or before Dec. 1 of this year and poles to make them more energy effi- expected to come online in fiscal year
Registration required. For more infor- tion switches the gender of each role. wrap up in May 2020. cient, according to the report. All sub- 2020 and beyond that can help fund
mation call 591-8286. Cost is $15. For more information call
558-2375. The council has reaffirmed the proj- surface drainage will be replaced, net- the project but, according to the
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 ect as a top priority and its benefits ting will be added to existing fencing report, additional funds would be need-
Computer Coach. 10:30 a.m. to Fun After 50 Dance. 7:30 p.m. to 10
noon. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda p.m. Veteran’s Memorial Senior
include an increase in playable hours and a 4-foot perimeter fence will be ed if the project were to be completed
de las Pulgas, Belmont. Drop into a Center, 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood by 30 percent, a decrease in water installed to separate the asphalt bike on the aforementioned timeline. Staff
relaxed computer tutoring session. City. Enjoy ballroom dancing to won- costs by $50, 000 per year and
derful music. Cost is free to $7. For and pedestrian path from the playing is still exploring funding options and
Who Was Jesus, Really? A Good more information call 380-2672. improved safety, according to a staff field. discussion on the topic is also sched-
Man? Or Something Else. 6:30 p.m. report. The latest cost estimate for the uled for the council’s May 14 meeting,
to 7:30 p.m. Bethany Lutheran SATURDAY, APRIL 27
Church, 1095 Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. Spruce Up Your Garden With The plan is to install synthetic turf above work totals $4,424,250, which but another option is to postpone the
Share your thoughts on the identity Rhododendrons. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Los with cork infill on 179,240 square feet includes 5% contingencies for bid and project again until sufficient funds are
of Jesus. Free. For more information Altos Masonic Lodge, 146 Main St., of playing area to create two soccer
call 854-5897. Los Altos. This event is put on by the construction. That number is well secured and explore potential state
American Rhododendron Society. fields adhering to U12 and U19 dimen- above the previous cost estimates funding to supplement revenue from
THURSDAY, APRIL 25 Free for all ages. For more informa- sions, a baseball field with a dirt
Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to tion call (408) 920-0884. from 2014 and 2018, and there will be development fees.
noon. Foster City Recreation Center, pitching mound, and there will be field additional costs associated with the Multiple design alternatives have
650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Seniors. Poetry Walk Celebration. 10 a.m. to striping to include additional fields “unique environmental requirements of been discussed and considered for years
For more information call 286-2585. 11 a.m. Belmont Library, 1110
Alameda de las Puglas, Belmont. Join and lacrosse, according to the report. a project on this site,” according to but the project never moved forward in
Virtual Reality Experience. Belmont us for the unveiling of the Belameda The project also entails accessibili- the report. Those additional cost esti- the past due to lack of funding.
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas, Park’s Poetry Walk and listen to local
Belmont. Ages 13 and up. Come to poet laureates share poems. Free. For
the library to use our Oculus Rift and more information call 591-8286.
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notice of petition to
Is your child's school adminiSteR eState of
Eric James Nelson
maximizing their potential? Case Number: 19PRO00427-A
Thrive at: To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
tingent creditors, and persons who may
up academY elementary otherwise be interested in the will or es-
upacademysf.com tate, or both, of Eric James Nelson. A
Petition for Probate has been filed by
Michelle Ann Nelson in the Superior
Court of California, County of San Mateo.
104 training The Petition for Probate requests that
Michelle Ann Nelson be appointed as
personal representative to administer the
teRmS & conditionS estate of the decedent.
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- The petition requests authority to admin-
fieds will not be responsible for more ister the estate under the Independent
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
bility shall be limited to the price of one thority will allow the personal representa-
insertion. No allowance will be made for tive to take many actions without obtain-
errors not materially affecting the value
of the ad. All error claims must be sub-
ing court approval. Before taking certain
very important actions, however, the per-
over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- sonal representative will be required to
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate give notice to interested persons unless
Card. they have waived notice or consented to
the proposed action.) The independent
administration authority will be granted
110 employment unless an interested person files an ob-
jection to the petition and shows good
admin. aSSiStant for San Carlos cause why the court should not grant au-
Plbg. Co.-part time, 3 days per week- thority.
Proficient in Excel & Word--dependable A hearing on the petition will be held in
and pro-active. Some knowledge of con- this court as follows: MAY 14, 2019 at
struction industry preferred, (650)592- 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
0472. California, County of San Mateo, 400
County Center, Redwood City, CA
94063.
newSpapeR inteRnS If you object to the granting of the peti-
caRegiVeRS JouRnaliSm tion, you should appear at the hearing
and state your objections or file written
The Daily Journal is looking for in- objections with the court before the hear-
2 years experience terns to do entry level reporting, re- ing. Your appearance may be in person
search, updates of our ongoing fea- or by your attorney.
required. tures and interviews. Photo interns al- If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- 203 public notices 295 art 298 collectibles
so welcome. itor of the decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and mail a copy to the proposed action.) The independent tapia: painting, SeaScape, 1984 time magazine. Special 1994
Immediate placement We expect a commitment of four to
eight hours a week for at least four
the personal representative appointed by
the court within the later of either (1) four
administration authority will be granted FRAMED, w/light, 60"sq., $499.OBO. Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
unless an interested person files an ob- Local Artist, Call for info (650)303-1670
on all assignments. months. The internship is unpaid, but months from the date of first issuance of jection to the petition and shows good
(650)588-0842
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- letters to a general personal representa- cause why the court should not grant au-
terns have progressed in time into tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the 49’eR 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie
thority. 296 appliances
call paid correspondents and full-time re-
porters.
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
from the date of mailing or personal de-
A hearing on the petition will be held in
this court as follows: MAY 14, 2019 at aiR conditioneR 10000 BTU w/re-
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livery to you of a notice under section
(650)777-9000 College students or recent graduates 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
er California statutes and legal authority
9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
California, County of San Mateo, 400
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may affect your rights as a creditor. You 94063.
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sarily required. If you object to the granting of the peti-
knowledgable in California law. tion, you should appear at the hearing fRee waSheR and 220v dryer, both
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centeR your interest in newspapers, a resume the estate, you may file with the court a
objections with the court before the hear-
$12 (650)762-6048
ing. Your appearance may be in person
San mateo, ca and three recent clips. Before you ap- Request for Special Notice (form DE- or by your attorney.
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praisal of estate assets or of any petition
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itor of the decedent, you must file your
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$75 (650)727-7266
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
0842
claim with the court and mail a copy to
section 1250. A Request for Special No-
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the personal representative appointed by hotpoint heaVY Duty Dryer excellent lennox Red Rose, Unused, hand
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letters to a general personal representa-
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SaleS/maRketing adminiSteR eState of 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- 727-7266.
Roger Lee Whitmer praisal of estate assets or of any petition Stemmed cRYStal. 3 styles. 13
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The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking section 1250. A Request for Special No- $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
for ambitious interns who are eager to To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- tice form is available from the court clerk.
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feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
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otherwise be interested in the will or es-
tate, or both, of Roger Lee Whitmer;
411 Borel Avenue Suite 600 297 bicycles 4474
SAN MATEO, CA 94402
This position will provide valuable Roger Whitmer; Roger L. Whitmer. A (650)342-2670 adult bikeS 1 regular and 2 with bal-
experience for your bright future. Petition for Probate has been filed by FILED: 4/11/2019 two 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig-
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for
Email resume Ann Whitmer in the Superior Court of (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
info@smdailyjournal.com California, County of San Mateo. The nal on 4/15/19, 4/22/19, 4/23/19 ) both. Steve (650)518-6614
child’S Schwinn bicYcle, blue in
Petition for Probate requests that Ann good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
Whitmer be appointed as personal repre- Vintage StemwaRe: 3 styles, 23
SoftwaRe sentative to administer the estate of the mountain bike new 21 gears $100. pcs. $60, (650)207-4162
decedent. (650)722-3634
guidewiRe in San Mateo, CA seeks The petition requests authority to admin-
Software Engineer: Support & drive for- ister the estate under the Independent mountain bike. Top brand. Runs 299 computers
ward the design, implementation & us- Administration of Estates Act. (This au- good. $39. (660)342-5220
age of Guidewire SW products. Req BS thority will allow the personal representa- 19" coloR Monitor with stand VG con-
in CS, InfoSys, Engg or rel & 2 yrs dev tive to take many actions without obtain- 295 art 298 collectibles dition power cord/owners manual includ-
apps using JS, HTML & CSS. To apply ing court approval. Before taking certain ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
refer to job code SKT515A & email re- very important actions, however, the per- oil painting-canVaSS, Victorian 15 lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo-
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316 Clothes WORkOuT bENCh, weights, bars, for
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303 Electronics $ 30. (650)598-9804. 2648
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obo. Please call (650)745-6309 MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new,
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sheets and mattress pad. $25 (650)654- tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
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bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
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3709 Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- formation. ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
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Councilman Marty Medina shared a similar sentiment.

RATES
Continued from page 1
“I think anyone wants to see an opportunity
to save. So I’m glad we took an opportunity
“It was a very worthwhile investment,” he said.
To assure the city is able to continue to keep costs low,
Rico Medina said officials will promote residents generat-
that we have never done before in the city.” ing as little refuse as possible, which in turn will limit the
collection charges. Furthermore, an education campaign
Medina celebrated the effort by officials to minimize the will be launched asserting the importance of assuring trash
rates faced by residents. — San Bruno Mayor Rico Medina
is not mixed with recycling, which can result in additional
“I think we are doing a good service for the public and we rates will become effective in June. charges.
are showing them we are trying to minimize costs,” he said. The reductions were identified by R3 Consulting Group, Collectively, the mayor said the contribution from resi-
Under the reduced monthly rate selected by councilmem- which was hired by the city to analyze the initial rate hike dents alongside the reduced rates will go far to assure San
bers, residents with a 20-gallon bins will pay $24.37; sought by Recology. Following an investigation of the Bruno’s garbage bill is more affordable.
those with 32-gallon bins will pay $31.42; those with 64- garbage service’s offer, consultants found potential reduc- “This is the right path but now the community needs to
gallon bins will pay $62.85; and those with 96-gallon bins tions related to organics disposal and processing; deprecia- take the second path which is to continue to do the right
will pay $94.27. tion adjustments for assets not exclusively used by the city; thing to make sure we minimize expenses overall,” Rico
The proposed 20-gallon bin hike is about $1 more than revenue calculations and franchise fees, according to a city Medina said.
the existing rate, but nearly 20 cents less than the rate ini- report.
tially sought by Recology; the proposed 32-gallon bin While the city paid the consultant $30,000 for the analy-
hike is about $1.30 more than the existing rate, but nearly sis, the rate reduction identified amounted to an estimated
30 cents less than the rate sought by Recology; the pro- $175,883 in savings for the city, amounting to an overall
posed 64-gallon bin rate is about $2.60 more than the savings for ratepayers worth about $145,000.
existing rate, but about 50 cents less than the rate sought Bringing on board the consultant to analyze the garbage
by Recology; and the 96-gallon bin rate is $4 more than the contract was an unprecedented move for the city, said Mayor
current rate, but about 90 cents less than the rate sought by Rico Medina, who lauded the decision as a means of saving
Recology. money.

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Under the decision at the most recent meeting, coun- “I think anyone wants to see an opportunity to save. So
cilmembers will hold a public hearing to approve the rates I’m glad we took an opportunity that we have never done
in May and, assuming all goes according to plan, the new before in the city,” he said.

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