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Caltrain nears balanced budget


Agency expects major challenges for fiscal year 2021
By Zachary Clark number down to just below $1 million deficit] then whittle it down substan-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF before the board of directors considers tially enough that any draw in the rev-
a budget proposal in June. enue stabilization fund will be moder-
Caltrain’s operating budget for fis- “We’ll be working hard over the next ate and something that we can sup-
cal year 2020 is nearly balanced with five weeks to get the budget as close to port.” 
service levels and fares remaining as balanced as possible, ” Finance The nearly balanced budget is possi-
is, but significant financial challenges Director Derek Hansel said at a meet- ble in part because of increased contri-
are expected by 2021, the agency’s ing Thursday, adding that a $4 million butions from the three counties that
finance director said.  revenue stabilization fund created last Caltrain serves — San Francisco, San
There is currently a projected deficit year will be relied upon to close the Mateo and Santa Clara. Those contri-
of $2.5 million, but officials are con- gap. “I’m hopeful that we’ll be able to DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO
fident they’ll be able to whittle that if not completely eliminate [the See CALTRAIN, Page 18 A Caltrain commuter purchases a ticket in Millbrae.

Another victim
comes forward
in lewd act case
Teen involved in Belmont bounce
house incident faces more charges
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT

An 18-year-old Belmont resident


accused of taking inappropriate photos of
a 7-year-old girl while working at a chil-
dren’s play place in Belmont is facing
seven additional felony charges after a
14-year-old girl stepped forward alleging
the teen sexually assaulted her over nearly
three months, according to the San Mateo
County District Attorney’s Office. Tavi Benelli
Tavi Benelli allegedly met the 14-year-
old through mutual friends and maintained a sexual relation-
ship with her starting Jan. 1 and ending March 28. Charged
with multiple counts of oral copulation with a minor and
digital penetration with a minor in addition to lewd acts
MONTI (ABOVE), ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL (BELOW) with a child, possession of child pornography and using a
San Carlos resident Christopher Montalvo, who goes by MONTi, transitioned into a career of art after suffering a back injury minor for sexual gratification for an April 1 incident with a
as a firefighter paramedic some nine years ago. In pursuing his passion for art, MONTi has created a series of pieces featuring 7-year-old girl, Benelli pleaded not guilty to all of his
the likeness of the Angel of Resurrection that have been shown in galleries in Palo Alto, the Peninsula and San Francisco.
See BENELLI, Page 23

Taking a chance on art YouTube campus expansion


San Carlos artist seeks to inspire pursuit of passions, truths public hearing approaching
By Anna Schuessler San Bruno officials expect examination of
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Bayhill specific plan in the coming months
When Christopher Montalvo injured By Austin Walsh
his back working as a firefighter para- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
medic some nine years ago, he saw the
end of the road for what he thought San Bruno officials are nearing a pub-
would be a 30-year career. lic hearing regarding the proposed
The now-40-year-old San Carlos res- expansion of YouTube’s corporate head-
ident was thrown into a period of soul- quarters, which will likely include mil-
searching that ultimately landed him lions more square feet of office space,
in an art studio where he worked with potentially some housing units and a
all kinds of media, from jeans and fur- variety of community amenities. Jovan Grogan
niture to acrylics and aerosol spray San Bruno City Manager Jovan
paints. Though the herniated and Grogan said the City Council and Planning Commission are
See MONTI, Page 23 See YOUTUBE, Page 18
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Thought for the Day


“Hatred is gained as
much by good works as by evil.”
— Niccolo Machiavelli, Italian political philosopher

This Day in History


Margaret Mitchell won the Pulitzer

1937 Prize for her novel, “Gone with the


Wind.”

In 1 4 6 9 , political theorist Niccolo Machiavelli was born


in Florence, Italy.
In 1 8 0 2 , Washington, D.C., was incorporated as a city.
In 1 9 1 3 , Clorox had its beginnings as five entrepreneurs
agreed to set up a liquid bleach factory in Oakland, Calif.
In 1 9 1 6 , Irish nationalists Padraic Pearse, Thomas Clarke
and Thomas MacDonagh were executed by a British firing
squad; they were among 16 people put to death for their roles
in the Easter Rising.
In 1 9 4 8 , the Supreme Court, in Shelley v. Kraemer, ruled
that covenants prohibiting the sale of real estate to blacks or
members of other racial groups were legally unenforceable.
In 1 9 5 2 , the Kentucky Derby was televised nationally for
the first time on CBS; the winner was Hill Gail, ridden by
Eddie Arcaro.
In 1 9 6 0 , the Harvey Schmidt-Tom Jones musical “The
Fantasticks” began a nearly 42-year run at New York’s
Sullivan Street Playhouse. REUTERS
In 1 9 7 8 , spam email was born as Gary Thuerk (thurk), a A bird bathes in a fountain in the Manhattan borough of New York.
marketing executive for the Digital Equipment Corp. of
Maynard, Massachusetts, transmitted an unsolicited sales
pitch for a new line of computers to 400 prospective cus- In other news ...
tomers on ARPANET, a precursor to the internet; the stunt afternoon, believing his son needed to The state’s largest veterinary associ-
generated some business, as well as complaints. “Sun Day”
Man with replica sword cash a check. In the few minutes he was ation has opposed the bill. It says the
took place on a Wednesday as thousands of people extolling arrested in Santa Barbara County inside, police say Joseph Tilton actual- procedure should be allowed as a last
the virtues of solar energy held events across the country. GOLETA — Santa Barbara County ly robbed the bank. resort for felines that won’t stop
In 1 9 7 9 , Conservative Party leader Margaret Thatcher was authorities arrested a man after reports After dropping his son off in a differ- scratching furniture or humans.
chosen to become Britain’s first female prime minister as the he brandished a samurai sword during an ent part of Lewiston, Keith Tilton
Tories ousted the incumbent Labour government in parlia- argument outside a McDonald’s in the drove past the bank, and was stopped California family reunites with
mentary elections. by police who had the getaway car’s
city of Goleta.
description. Keith Tilton isn’t charged,
cat 16 months after mudslide
The Sheriff’s Office says deputies
MONTECITO — A Southern
Birthdays responded around 8:20 p.m. Tuesday to
reports of a man armed with a samurai
as police don’t think he knew what was
happening. California family has been reunited
sword who was involved in a verbal The Sun Journal reports Joseph with their beloved cat more than 16
dispute with another man. Tilton is charged with felony robbery, months after deadly mudslides tore
The suspect fled and an extensive accused of stealing $620. His attorney through their community.
search began, aided by police dogs, a Richard Charest didn’t return a call Noelle Strogoff of Montecito and
helicopter and California Highway seeking comment. her family reunited with Diamond the
Patrol officers. cat Monday, KEYT-TV reports .
Residents of Old Town Goleta were Bill to ban declawing cats The reunion came after Noelle
sent an emergency notification to shel- moves closer to vote in New York Strogoff told a worker power-washing
ter in place, and Amtrak train service her deck all about her two missing cats
Dancer Cheryl was temporarily halted because the ALBANY, N.Y. — An effort to ban and how much her three children
Singer Frankie Singer Christopher
Burke is 35. search was near railroad tracks. the declawing of cats in New York is missed them.
Valli is 85. Cross is 68.
A suspect was arrested at gunpoint moving through the state Assembly. The worker mentioned he’d been
Actor Alex Cord is 86. Former Idaho Gov. Butch Otter is 77. around 10:15 p.m. and jailed. The The chamber’s agriculture committee looking after a skinny cat in his
Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho, is 76. Sports announcer Greg sword was determined to be a wooden advanced the measure Tuesday. neighborhood for about a year. It did-
Gumbel is 73. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., is 70. Pop singer replica. If eventually passed, New York n’t take the two long to compare pic-
Mary Hopkin is 69. Country musician Cactus Moser would be the first U.S. state to ban tures of the fluffy black-and-white cat
(Highway 101) is 62. Rock musician David Ball (Soft Cell) is Police: Bank robber used declawing. The act is already banned in and realize he’d been caring for
60. Former Sen. David Vitter, R-La., is 58. Country singer Denver as well as 10 California cities. Diamond all along.
Shane Minor is 51. Actress Amy Ryan is 51. Actor Bobby
oblivious dad as getaway driver Supporters hailed the move as a sign “Twenty minutes later, I’m follow-
Cannavale is 49. Music and film producer-actor Damon Dash LEWISTON, Maine — Police in of positive momentum. The bill must ing him to his home and there’s
is 48. Country musician John Driskell Hopkins (Zac Brown Maine say a man who robbed a bank still pass a second committee before Diamond totally fine,” Strogoff said.
Band) is 48. Country-rock musician John Neff is 48. Country used his unwitting father as a getaway going to the Assembly. Diamond and the family’s other cat,
singer Brad Martin is 46. TV personality Willie Geist (TV: driver. Animal welfare advocates and many Huguette, have been missing since the
“Today”) is 44. Actress Christina Hendricks is 44. Actor Dule An affidavit written by a police veterinarians say declawing a cat is family returned to their home follow-
detective says Keith Tilton dropped his inhumane since it involves the ampu- ing the January 2018 mudslides that
Hill is 44. Country singer Eric Church is 42. Actress Tanya
39-year-old son, Joseph Donald tation of a cat’s toes back to the first killed 23 people and destroyed hun-
Wright is 41. Soul singer Michael Kiwanuka is 32. Actress Jill Tilton, at a Lewiston bank Tuesday knuckle. dreds of homes.
Berard is 29. Actress Zoe De Grand Maison is 24.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, May 1 Powerball Fantasy Five Fri day : Mostly sunny, with a high near
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April 30 Mega Millions Saturday : Mostly sunny, with a high near
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Saturday Ni g ht: Mostly cloudy, with a
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Daily three midday low around 52.
May 1 Super Lotto Plus 6 9 7 Sunday : Partly sunny, with a high near 68.
Sunday Ni g ht: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 52.
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8 5 6 afternoon.
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No. 8, in first place; Solid Gold, No. 10, in second place; wind 5 to 9 mph becoming light west southwest in the
evening.
MMIDUE and Hot Shot, No. 3, in third place. The race time was
Tues day : Mostly sunny, with a high near 73.
clocked at 1:41.23.
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Police reports Sunday, April 28. 
Grand theft. A bag and watch were stolen
from a locker on Redwood Shores Parkway, it
The drive of some people was reported at 11:54 a.m. Sunday, April 28. 
A motorist was weaving in and out of Reckl es s dri v i ng . A motorist was running
traffic on Highway 101 in Redwood red lights and speeding on El Camino Real, it
City, it was reported at 8:42 a. m. was reported at 9:07 a.m. Sunday, April 28.
Sunday, April 28.
SAN BRUNO
REDWOOD CITY Fraud. Someone was attempting to use
someone else’s ID at a bank on El Camino
Petty theft. Theft occurred at a job site on Real, it was reported at 4:33 p.m. Wednesday,
Broadway, it was reported at 6:56 a.m. April 17.
Monday, April 29.
Grand theft. A woman’s laptop was stolen
Hi t-and-run. A motorist hit a vehicle
from the library on West Angus Avenue, it
before parking the car and walking away on
was reported at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday, April
Hopkins Avenue, it was reported at 1:39 p.m.
17.

Parole granted for man Local brief


convicted of killing fiancée
Burlingame Police Department when the
Nearly 33 years after a Burlingame man case was tried, and three of victim Denise
was found guilty of first-degree murder for Redlick’s family members in opposing
killing his former fiancée, he was found Anderson’s suitability for parole.
suitable by a parole board during his sixth On Nov. 11, 1985, Anderson believed to
parole hearing Thursday, according to the have killed Redlick for ending their engage-
San Mateo County District Attorney’s ment and hid her body in the Santa Clara
Office. County hills, where it was found by a hiker
Following a four-hour hearing, the about a year after a jury found him guilty of
board’s decision with regard to Craig murder. Wagstaffe said Anderson is the first
Anderson’s parole is expected to go through person in San Mateo County convicted of
administrative review and arrive on Gov. murder without a body.
Gavin Newsom’s desk in the coming At Anderson’s first parole hearing, he
months, said District Attorney Steve admitted he killed Redlick and disposed of
Wagstaffe. her body but claimed it was an accident, At
Having prosecuted the case, Wagstaffe subsequent hearings, he allegedly admitted
attended the hearing and joined retired he pushed her and threw her into a van where
police commander Tom Marriscolo, who she hit her head and died and later admitted
was an investigating detective with the
th
20
he strangled her, according to prosecutors.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/STATE Friday • May 3, 2019 5


Newsom makes big change to giant water project
By Kathleen Ronayane pumps known as the State Water Project,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS first started by Jerry Brown’s father, former
Gov. Pat Brown.
SACRAMENTO — California Gov. Gavin Most of the state’s water comes from the
Newsom scrapped a $16 billion plan Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, and
Thursday to build two giant water tunnels to the current system has become outdated as
reroute the state’s water system and instead the state’s population has boomed to nearly
directed state agencies to restart planning 40 million people, with most living in the
for a single tunnel. drier south.
The move came after $240 million has Supporters of the tunnel project argue the
already been spent on the project champi- pumping system, which is strong enough to
oned by former Gov. Jerry Brown to divert change the direction of water flow, needs to
water from the north to the state’s drier be phased out. The Metropolitan Water
south. District in Los Angeles has been the biggest
Newsom had signaled the move in his supporter of the tunnels project. Many
February State of the State address. He made farmers back it, too.
the change official when he asked state But environmental groups argue the tun-
agencies to withdraw existing permit appli- nels could suck too much water from the
cations and start over. delta, harming species such as the delta
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
“I do not support the twin tunnels. But we smelt and chinook salmon. Some delta
can build on the important work that’s
Gov. Gavin Newsom has a scrapped plan to build two giant tunnels to reroute the state’s farmers also worry the project would harm
already been done,” he has said.
water in favor of a single tunnel. their own water supply.
Brown wanted to build two, 35-mile-long Local water agencies were expected to foot Department of Water Resources. Nor has the A smaller tunnel is likely to be just as
(55-kilometer-long) tunnels to divert water the roughly $16 billion bill. state determined how much water would flow long and take water from the same places,
from the Sacramento River, the state’s A single tunnel is expected to cost less, through a single tunnel. but it could be designed differently, said
largest river, to the San Francisco Bay Area, but officials haven’t yet set a price tag, said California delivers water through a com- Karla Nemeth, director of the state
San Joaquin Valley and Southern California. Erin Mellon, spokeswoman for the state plex system of reservoirs, aqueducts and Department of Water Resources.

Parolee charged with assault believed to incite officer shooting


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT live in an area near the office’s parking lot, the officer called him by name, according to with felony assault with a deadly weapon as
Womack had been seen by the officer yelling prosecutors. well as misdemeanor vandalism and resisting
A 30-year-old parolee was brought back in the parking lot hours before and allegedly The officer shot at Womack twice, hitting arrest, and the county’s private defender pro-
into custody last week on accusations he smashed a glass door of the building with the him in the pelvic area and in the back of his gram was appointed to his case, according to
advanced toward his parole officer with a dumbbell before he started advancing toward upper left leg and causing Womack to turn prosecutors.
dumbbell and broke a window of the parole the officer, according to prosecutors. around and run away from the officer with the His attorney allegedly declared a doubt as to
office in Redwood City April 23, according to The officer came out of the building in the weight still in his hand. Redwood City police his competency to stand trial and the judge
the San Mateo County District Attorney’s early hours of the morning to find Womack officers responding to the scene found suspended all criminal proceedings. Womack
Office. allegedly banging on the building’s wall with Womack, who refused to put the weight down will next appear in court Friday for appoint-
Aaron Womack was shot twice by his the dumbbell before smashing the door with until the officers discharged a Taser, according ment of doctors and he remains in custody on
parole officer after he approached the man the weight. Though the officer had been able to prosecutors. $35,000 bail, according to prosecutors.
with a weight in his hands at around 1:30 a.m. to speak with Womack when he was yelling Womack was arrested and taken to Stanford District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said his
April 23 while the officer was working over- earlier in the day, Womack allegedly repeated- Hospital, where he has been recovering until office is investigating the incident because it
time at the office at 540 Price Ave. Known to ly asked the officer where he came from when he appeared in court Thursday. He was charged is officer-involved shooting.

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Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet


enters Dem presidential race Anschutz when he moved
By Nicholas Riccardi
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to Colorado in the late
1990s. But when he re-
entered public life, he did
DENVER — U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet of so as a Democrat, serving
Colorado jumped into the packed as chief of staff to then-
Democratic presidential primary on Denver Mayor John
Thursday, announcing a 2020 campaign that Hi ck en l o o p er. Artist’s rendering of the townhomes proposed for the North Shoreview neighborhood.
had been stalled while he was treated for Hickenlooper went on to
prostate cancer. Radioactive material Local briefs
Bennet, a former head of Denver Public Michael Bennet become Colorado gover-
nor and now is also com- secured in San Carlos
Schools who has carved out a reputation as a peting for the Democratic presidential nom- Authorities have identified, contained and Townhomes proposed for
policy-oriented moderate, made his ination .
announcement on CBS’ “CBS This The presence of two moderate Coloradans
secured radioactive material inside an unoccu- North Shoreview neighborhood
Morning,” saying the country faces two pied San Carlos home Thursday evening, A proposal to build 34 townhomes where a
who started their political careers in Denver Assistant City Manager Tara Peterson said.
“enormous challenges, ” among others: City Hall reflects how crowded the light industrial building currently stands at
“One is the lack of economic mobility and As of shortly after 5 p.m., local authorities Monte Diablo Avenue and North Kingston
Democratic presidential field has become. had completed their work at a home on the
opportunity for most Americans, and the Bennet’s understated style and distaste for Street may change the landscape in San
other is the need to restore integrity to our 1000 block of Cedar Street. Responders from Mateo’s North Shoreview neighborhood if a
the sound bites required in a political cam- the state will collect and dispose of the mate-
government.” paign have usually led to speculation that pre-application submitted to the city in
rial Saturday. March gains traction in the coming
“I think we need to do both of those he’d seek a Cabinet position rather than try Peterson said, “there’s no danger to the months.
things,” he said. to become the next president. But he began public.” Behind the application is the developer
The son of a former ambassador to India moving to assemble a presidential bid late Overnight, San Mateo County sheriff’s
last year and planned an announcement in Regis Homes Bay Area, which has planned
and a Yale law school graduate who worked deputies will be at the home so no one goes for townhomes ranging from three to four
in the Clinton administration, Bennet April. He had to pause after being diagnosed inside. stories in height to replace the existing
worked for Republican billionaire Phil with prostate cancer this spring. As a precaution, San Carlos officials closed commercial building as well as an existing
Burton Park and the San Carlos Youth Center duplex, five-plex and single-family home.
and sheriff’s officials said neighboring resi-
Harris aims to regain spotlight dents were to be notified by authorities who
will knock on doors. Authorities set up a
Accompanied by 84 parking spaces and a
children’s play area, the project is expected
to provide 18 four-bedroom, three three-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS By late Thursday, more command center at Burton Park to oversee bedroom and 13 two-bedroom homes on a
than 4 million people had the response. State and federal officials set of four parcels between Highway 101 and
WASHINGTON — Kamala Harris found her viewed a C-SPAN video were standing by in case local resources need- single-family homes in the surrounding
way back to the spotlight this week. circulating on Twitter of ed help. neighborhood, according to the project
The Democratic presidential candidate and Harris pressing Barr. Peterson said the man who lived in the plans.
California senator won praise from liberals The moment was much home died earlier this year and his family The eight four-story townhomes planned
for seemingly stumping Attorney General needed. After launching members notified the city around noon for the site are surrounded by three-story
William Barr during a contentious hearing her campaign in January Thursday about some containers that may buildings on each side, according to the
over special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. before an adoring crowd contain radioactive material. project plans. The site where the project is
Harris’s team quickly highlighted the of tens of thousands of Peterson confirmed Thursday evening that planned falls within the city’s R4 zone,
exchange in a fundraising appeal and Kamala Harris people, Harris has large-
the material was radioactive. which allows for multiple family dwellings.
President Donald Trump seemed irked, telling ly been in the back- Burton Park reopened at around 5 p.m. and No neighborhood meetings or a study ses-
Fox Business the senator was “probably very ground in a presidential field that has bal- the San Carlos Youth Center will reopen sion has been planned at this time, accord-
nasty.” looned to more than 20 candidates. ing to the city’s webpage for the project.
Saturday.
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Barr skips House hearing; Pelosi accuses him of lying
By Mary Clare Jalonick paign season. The stand-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS off further heightened
tensions sparked by
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Trump’s refusal to com-
William Barr skipped a House hearing ply with House investi-
Thursday on special counsel Robert gations, with some sen-
Mueller’s Trump-Russia report, escalating ior Democrats hinting
an already acrimonious battle between that a continued block-
Democrats and President Donald Trump’s ade could nudge them
Justice Department. House Speaker Nancy closer to impeachment.
William Barr Nadler said he would-
Pelosi said Barr had already lied to Congress
in other testimony and called that a “crime.” n’t immediately issue a
Democrats raised the prospect of holding subpoena for Barr’s tes-
Barr in contempt after the department also timony but would first
missed the House Judiciary Committee dead- focus on getting the full
line to provide it with a full, unredacted ver- Mueller report, likely
sion of Mueller’s report and its underlying including a vote holding
evidence. Committee Chairman Jerrold Barr in contempt of
Nadler of New York said that if the attorney Congress.
general doesn’t provide the committee With Barr absent,
“with the information it demands and the Nancy Pelosi Democrats convened a
respect that it deserves, Mr. Barr’s moment short hearing that
of accountability will come soon enough.” included an empty chair with a place card set
Barr’s decision to avoid the hearing, made for Barr. Shortly afterward, Pelosi increased
after a disagreement with the committee the tensions further. In a reference to the REUTERS
over questioning, and the Democratic push- attorney general’s testimony last month, A photographer takes pictures of a statue of a chicken beside the empty seat of U.S. Attorney
back brought both sides closer to a court Pelosi said Barr “was not telling the truth to General William Barr, who was scheduled to appear at the House Judiciary Committee hearing
battle — one that could pit Trump against the Congress of the United States — that’s a on the Justice Department’s investigation of Russian interference with the 2016 presidential
House Democrats well into the 2020 cam- crime.” election on Capitol Hill.

Secluded Baltimore mayor resigns amid scandal


By David McFadden ond mayor in less than a to the image of the city of Baltimore and the ous aides have been fired or left City Hall.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS decade to step down credibility of the office of the mayor,” Pugh Her resignation provides a measure of res-
because of scandal . She said in a written statement read by her olution after weeks of uncertainty and
BALTIMORE — Baltimore’s mayor came to office contrast- lawyer, Steven Silverman. mounting pressure for her to step down.
resigned under pressure Thursday amid a flur- ing her clean image with A federal grand jury has been empaneled and Maryland’s Republican governor and
ry of investigations into whether she her main opponent, ex- state and local inquiries are also underway numerous Democrats had pressed for her res-
arranged bulk sales of her self-published mayor Sheila Dixon, into the roughly $800,000 Pugh made over ignation, saying she was no longer fit to
children’s books to disguise hundreds of who was forced to depart the years in exchange for her “Healthy Holly” lead Baltimore.
thousands of dollars in kickbacks. office in 2010 as part of a paperbacks about health and nutrition. She “This was the right decision, as it was
Mayor Catherine Pugh’s resignation came Catherine Pugh plea deal for misappro- hasn’t been charged with any crime. clear the mayor could no longer lead effec-
exactly a week after her City Hall offices, priating about $500 in Since the book scandal erupted in late tively,” Gov. Larry Hogan said in a state-
homes and multiple other locations were gift cards meant for needy families. March, Pugh’s fractured administration has ment Thursday afternoon. “Baltimore City
raided by FBI and IRS agents. She is the sec- “I am sorry for the harm that I have caused lurched from one crisis to another and vari- can now begin to move forward.”
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Government to house more immigrants in tents at border


By Cedar Attanasio up on another. The air conditioning system
and Nomaan Merchant keeps each pod at a comfortable temperature,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS but emits a constant humming that can make
it hard to hear.
EL PASO, Texas — About 50 asylum seek- The tents are set to operate through the end
ers stood this week in a circle near a bridge of the year, at a cost of as much as $37 mil-
between the U.S. and Mexico to hear an lion. A contractor in Rome, New York,
American attorney explain what would hap- obtained the bid to build the tents, which the
pen to them when they entered U.S. custody. government calls “soft-sided” shelters.
The attorney, Jodi Goodwin, told them The Border Patrol’s El Paso sector has
they would probably end up at one of the become the epicenter of the influx of immi-
Border Patrol’s smaller stations, which grant families from Central America.
migrants call “la hielera” — Spanish for ice- On Tuesday alone, agents arrested around
box because of their cold temperatures. 1,100 migrants in the El Paso sector, includ-
Goodwin advised them to wear their heavi- ing 424 who crossed in Sunland Park, New
est clothing or borrow clothes from someone Mexico, according to Border Patrol
else, and to eat a hearty meal before crossing spokesman Ramiro Cordero. In March alone,
the bridge. In a carrying voice, she repeated the agency apprehended more than 100,000
in Spanish, “Eat well and dress well.” immigrants, including 53,000 family mem-
The advice reflects reality on the border, bers.
where a lack of space means some immi- The situation has drawn agents away from
grants must sleep on floors in Border Patrol their traditional duties of patrolling the bor-
stations, while others are held in military- der and forced Immigration and Customs
REUTERS
style tents next to an El Paso bridge. The Enforcement to refuse to hold immigrants
Donald Trump participates in a roundtable discussion on immigration and border security because it does not have enough detention
government will soon open two more that at the U.S. Border Patrol Calexico Station before visiting the U.S.-Mexico border in Calexico.
could start taking immigrants Thursday. space. ICE is dropping large groups of immi-
The newest tent cities — in El Paso and in point. gender and by families and children traveling grants at bus stations and cities, including
the Rio Grande Valley — will hold 1,000 par- “I hope it’s enough,” said Carmen Qualia, alone. Detainees will sleep on mats. Phoenix, San Antonio, Texas, and
ents and families, expanding the Border executive officer for the Border Patrol’s Rio The tent complex in Donna, Texas, is split Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Patrol’s capacity to hold and process the Grande Valley sector. “We don’t know what into four pods, each labeled a different color. But before the immigrants are handed over
surge of immigrants who have arrived in we don’t know.” In each pod, a private security guard stands to ICE or released, the Border Patrol must
recent months and overwhelmed authorities. The tents will offer bathrooms, recreation watch. Gray sleeping mats are stacked on one process them, and the agency is struggling
The capacity could be expanded at some areas and sleeping quarters that are divided by side, and portable toilets and sinks are lined to keep up.

Trump defends clinicians’ right to refuse to do abortions


By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar announcement during a speech in the White it will become a pretext for denying medical medical procedures such as abortion, steril-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS House Rose Garden to mark the National care to LGBT people. ization and assisted suicide.
Day of Prayer. According to the Department of Health Clinicians and institutions would not
“Just today we finalized new protections and Human Services, the rule requires hospi- have to provide, participate in, pay for,
WASHINGTON — The Trump administra- of conscience rights for physicians, phar- tals, universities, clinics and other institu- cover or make referrals for procedures they
tion on Thursday moved to protect the macists, nurses, teachers, students and tions that receive funding from federal pro- object to on moral or religious grounds,
rights of clinicians who object to partici- faith-based charities,” Trump said. “They’ve grams such as Medicare and Medicaid to cer- HHS said.
pating in abortions with a regulation been wanting to do that for a long time.” tify that they comply with some 25 federal The rule also addresses conscience protec-
intended to safeguard those with religious The conscience rule was a priority for reli- laws protecting conscience and religious tions involving so-called advance direc-
and moral objections. gious conservatives who are a key part of rights. tives that detail a patient’s wishes for care at
President Donald Trump made the Trump’s political base, but some critics fear Most of these laws and provisions address the end of life.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • May 3, 2019 9


Elizabeth Warren’s student debt relief plan San Mateo’s bike plan
loans, how will that affect the deci-
Other voices L
ike the cicadas, the Lime bikes were suddenly
The Orange County Register sions made by current students think- everywhere then disappeared without a trace. I saw
ing about their choices for financing one last week on San Mateo Drive as a reminder of

T
he bidding war for votes in public colleges tuition-free. higher education? What’s the mes- their previous short-lived existence.
the Democratic presidential The wealth tax might raise more sage? Borrow as much as you can and When Lime pulled its bikes in February and announced it
primary escalated quickly last legal challenges than revenue. The wait for the debt to be canceled during would replace them with scooters, city officials decided to
week with a proposal by Constitution prohibits any national the next presidential primary cam- take a pause and determine next steps. In the meantime,
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren “direct” tax not collected evenly from paign? the sights of people riding with joy on those little green
to wipe out student debt, courtesy of the states, based on population. The The proposal certainly doesn’t rented bikes is no more. Also gone are the bikes being
the taxpayers. income tax was unconstitutional until encourage restraint in tuition increas- left in all sorts of places which, depending on your point
Warren’s proposal, put forward not the Constitution was amended in es. Universities considering whether of view, either annoyed you, delighted you or didn’t faze
in proposed legislation but in a blog 1913. An additional tax on “wealth” to raise tuition could reasonably you.
post, would cancel up to $50,000 of that has already been taxed as income believe there’s no need to hold the In San Mateo County, the bikes were in South San
student debt for every American with might run into trouble at the Supreme line when the new policy is to step in Francisco, Burlingame, San Mateo and Foster City, while
household income under $100,000. Court. But even without debating the and generously pay off old student other cities like Millbrae and Belmont were contemplat-
Individuals with household incomes legality of a wealth tax, the idea of loans with somebody else’s money. ing them.
up to $250,000 would also get debt canceling student debt by having tax- What started with regular
It’s also troubling to hear a sitting
relief, though not quite as much. She payers cover it is terrible. bicycles moved to electric-
United States senator so casually pro-
says this will benefit 95% of the 45 Start with the problem of fundamen- assisted bikes and now San
posing the confiscation of some peo-
million Americans who are carrying tal fairness — student debt would be Mateo officials are determin-
student debt. ple’s property so it can be given to
canceled for all income-eligible bor- other people. Warren has also put for- ing ways to permit a new ven-
The proposal is estimated to cost rowers with outstanding loans with- dor to keep it organized and
$1.25 trillion over 10 years. Warren ward a proposal for a “Real Corporate
out regard to financial need, so even used in a way that works for
says the money would come from a Tax” that would collect $1 trillion
people who are working and able to all, or at least most. Turns out
plan she previously proposed — a tax over 10 years as well as an increase in there is nothing in the munici-
make regular payments would get the the estate tax.
on accumulations of wealth collecting bailout. On the other hand, people pal code about shared mobility
2% of $50 million or more of house- Student debt weighs on millions of devices, colloquially known as
who did not take out loans they could- Americans and on the economy more
hold net worth, and an extra 1% on $1 n’t afford to repay, and people who rented bikes, scooters and
billion and up. Assuming nobody broadly as people find it more difficult whatever comes next, and the
already repaid their loans, would be
leaves the country over it, the tax to obtain credit or make major pur- San Mateo City Council is set
out $50,000 for making responsible
would hit about 75,000 families and financial decisions. chases. Serious proposals for new to discuss Monday rules for a
raise $2.75 trillion over 10 years. Then there’s the problem of moral repayment plans and eventual debt shared mobility device permit
Warren also wants to spend $100 hazard: If the taxpayers pay the debts forgiveness deserve consideration and program, according to Assistant City Manager Kathy
billion expanding Pell grants to of everyone with outstanding student debate in this presidential race. Kleinbaum.
cover non-tuition expenses, and make But Warren’s plan doesn’t. Its reminiscent of the effort put forth long ago on the
use of Segways on city sidewalks since those things were
supposed to be all the rage. They weren’t, mainly because
Letters to the editor of their high price tag, but it set the stage for the next
wave of similar devices such as hoverboards or those one-
wheeled skateboard things.
The threat to local control thing. State Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San The Democrats in the House of While a few members of the Sustainability and
Francisco, and his ilk just love to Representatives must start the Infrastructure Commission supported the use of electric
Editor, make gun and ammunition sale diffi- impeachment process immediately. scooters, it’s up to the council if it wants to move ahead
Our city councils and our citizenry cult for law abiding, legal gun-own- No more delays. No more excuses and how. So far, based on the frustrating pullout by Lime
need to open their eyes about what ing citizens. like: It will divide the country (our and the previous incarnation of the docked bikes that
state Sen. Scott Weiner, D-San However, they have no problem country already is divided by Trump). weren’t ridden nearly as much as Lime bikes, it appears
Francisco, is doing, and who funds with their sanctuary law, protecting No more: The Republican controlled the city is moving forward in a methodical way to ensure
him (trades and real estate which will illegal immigrant criminals and let- Senate will never vote for it (who the right policies are in place.
gain from SB 50 and SB 281). Thank ting them out on the street instead of And that’s a good thing since it looks like San Mateo is
cares?). And, no more: It will hurt the
goodness someone has the foresight having them deported. Wiener and his leading the way in setting this policy and the other cities
to see Weiner for who he is, and for Democrats’ chances of election or re-
super majority care less about the election in Congress in 2020 (if any- will likely adopt something similar since these bikes or
what he is, as former senator and safety of the citizens they are sup- thing, it will actually help the other devices don’t necessarily stay within city limits.
Superior Court Judge Quentin Kopp posed to represent and protect than
has done (“The Cow Palace land grab Democrats politically in 2020 and Also in the nascent stages, Caltrain is starting to dis-
about illegal immigrant criminals beyond). cuss ebikes and scooters since many of them originate
that is Senate Bill 281” guest per- who one day may vote for them. A
spective in the April 30 edition of the Trump and the Republicans think near its stages, according to Board Member Charles
super-majority in government breeds that the Democrats are wimps and Stone, also a Belmont councilman. This study will focus
Daily Journal). super-arrogance, super-corruption,
Weiner’s ambition to climb the won’t do anything about it. But, the on the whole corridor, he added.
super-thieves and super-hypocrites. Democrats need to show America and That makes sense since I said previously that trans-
political ladder will forever change Welcome to Sacramento, welcome to
the cities and towns we made our the world, that they do have the guts portation planners should try to determine a way a public
the super-majority democratic gov- and brains to enforce the rule of law agency could create their own network that matches up to
home if local control of development ernment.
and planning is relinquished to and the U.S. Constitution once and buses, trains and shuttles and could be scaled countywide.
Sacramento, and to Weiner. for all. If the Democrats don’t start But that’s a big lift for transit planners already in the
Urs Rudiger the impeachment process and threaten midst of a number of large-scale infrastructure projects.
Cynthia Marcopulos to jail anyone who defies congres- However, it might be a matter of Google not being the
Los Altos
sional subpoenas, then Trump and first search engine and Apple not being the first smart-
South San Francisco
Attorney General William Barr will phone. Perhaps Lime was on the bleeding edge and others
Impeach Trump continue to violate the law and the will learn from their hits and misses.
Wiener’s hypocrisy U.S. Constitution every day, for the In the meantime, San Mateo is trudging along with cre-
Editor, ating a one-year permit, likely for Jump Bikes (the red
rest of Trump’s time in office.
Editor, The Mueller report clearly stated ones), and the council will discuss when and if they want
that Trump committed, or, attempted Impeach Trump. Jail Barr.
Judge Quentin Kopp’s opinion to allow scooters — which have a more perilous reputa-
piece “The Cow Palace land grab that to commit obstruction of justice 10 tion than the bikes. After all, there are real issues to con-
is Senate Bill 281” in the April 30 times. The report also spells out all Michael Oberg
sider when it comes to safety. While liability can be
edition of the Daily Journal says it of the “substantial evidence” to San Mateo addressed in a user agreement, do we really want an experi-
all. I would like to add just one more charge Trump and get an indictment. ment to result in a death on San Mateo streets?
While a year is seemingly short, it might seem long
OUR MISSION: since these programs have already gone through several
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most incarnations in a short period of time. Perhaps in this
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. time, it might settle down and something might work well
By combining local news and sports coverage, for all. Perhaps the transportation planners might also set
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, their sights on this issue and figure out a way to make it
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Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman bikes work. They help solve the last-mile problem, mean-
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I say try the Jump Bikes, wait and see if it works and
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lasts, then consider blending in the scooters with a pilot
program. Better to go slow and have it work, then to
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Energy, tech pull stocks broadly lower


By Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 26,454.69
Energy stocks led a broad slide on Wall Low: 26,180.36
Street Thursday as oil and gas prices fell,
handing the market its second straight Close: 26,307.79
loss. Change: -122.35
Losses in technology and communica-
tions stocks also helped power the sell-off, OTHER INDEXES
offsetting gains in health care and real S&P 500: 2917.52 -6.21
estate companies. Banks also rose, getting
a boost from rising bond yields, which NYSE Index: 12,929.56 -16.57
allow lenders to charge higher interest on Nasdaq: 8036.77 -12.87
loans. NYSE MKT: 2542.39 -15.81
The market’s downward tilt came as
Russell 2000: 1582.65 +6.27
investors continued to weigh remarks on
Wednesday by the head of the Federal Wilshire 5000: 30,127.50 -53.51
Reserve that appeared to dim prospects for
an interest rate cut this year.
10-Yr Bond: 2.55 +0.04
“You got a continuation of what you saw Oil (per barrel): 61.64 -1.96
yesterday,” said Willie Delwiche, invest- Gold : 1,271.90 -12.30
ment strategist at Baird. “You saw stock
market weakness, you saw bond yields ris-
ing and you saw the Fed funds futures con-
tinuing to shift away from pricing in a rate after the remarks by Federal Reserve Chair The U.S. stock market has been riding estimates.
cut in the near future.” Jay Powell. In those remarks, Powell high this year as it’s made its way back Technology stocks, the biggest gainers
The S&P 500 index fell 6.21 points, or played down the possibility of an interest from a nosedive at the end of 2018. this year, also weighed on the market.
0. 2%, to 2, 917. 52. The Dow Jones rate cut this year and restated the central The Fed spurred the market’s recovery ear- Cognizant Technology Solutions led the
Industrial Average dropped 122.35 points, bank’s message that there will likely be no lier this year when it signaled that it would sector’s decliners, losing 7.7%. Microsoft
or 0.5%, to 26,307.79. The Nasdaq com- rate hikes in 2019. take a patient approach to raising interest fell 1.3%.
posite, which is heavily weighted with Those comments made it seem like rates. Among media companies, Fox Corp. and
technology companies, slid 12.87 points, investors had a “less supportive Fed” than On Thursday, a slide in crude oil prices Discovery Inc. each fell more than 5%.
or 0.2%, to 8,036.77. they anticipated, said Brad McMillan, chief helped drag down energy stocks. The sector Investors were treated to a mostly mixed
Smaller company stocks fared better. The investment officer for Commonwealth fell 1.7%, more than triple the declines in batch of corporate earnings reports
Russell 2000 index rose 6.27 points, or Financial Network. the technology and communications sec- Thursday.
0.4%, to 1,582.65. McMillan noted that a pullback in stocks tors. Benchmark U.S. crude fell 2.8% to Fluor was the biggest loser in the S&P
Major indexes in Europe finished mostly was likely because they have been gaining settle at $61.81 per barrel. Brent crude, the 500. The engineering and construction
lower. so much over the last few weeks. international standard, dropped 2% to close company plunged 24.1% after it reported a
The S&P 500 index is up 16.4% for the “We ran up to new highs again and I think at $70.75. huge quarterly loss and issued an earnings
year and notched three straight all-time the markets are getting a little bit nervous Marathon Oil dropped 6. 1% after the forecast that was far below what analysts
highs before finishing lower Wednesday about that,” he said. company reported revenue that fell short of were expecting.

Gilead reported Business briefs


1Q earnings of $1.98B lion in the period, topping Street forecasts.
FOSTER CITY — Gilead Sciences Inc. on Three analysts surveyed by Zacks expected
Thursday reported first-quarter earnings of $28.9 million.
$1.98 billion. For the current quarter ending in July,
The Foster City-based company said it had Fluidigm said it expects revenue in the range
profit of $1.54 per share. Earnings, adjusted of $28 million to $31 million.
for one-time gains and costs, came to $1.76 Fluidigm shares have risen 59% since the
per share. beginning of the year. In the final minutes of
The results topped Wall Street expecta- trading on Thursday, shares hit $13.68, more
tions. The average estimate of 10 analysts than doubling in the last 12 months.
surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was
for earnings of $1.62 per share. Tesla to raise money after
The HIV and hepatitis C drugmaker posted painful 1Q, and Musk is buying in
revenue of $5.28 billion in the period, which
fell short of Street forecasts. Seven analysts PALO ALTO — A week after revealing a
surveyed by Zacks expected $5.31 billion. huge first quarter loss and the need to raise
Gilead shares have risen roughly 4% since cash, Tesla is doing just that with CEO Elon
the beginning of the year, while the Standard Musk buying $10 million in new shares REUTERS
& Poor’s 500 index has climbed 16%. In the being offered as part of a stock and debt offer- Ethan Brown, founder and CEO of Beyond Meat, speaks at the Nasdaq Market.
final minutes of trading on Thursday, shares ing that could raise more than $2 billion.

Beyond Meat’s shares


hit $65.01, a decrease of almost 3% in the Tesla said Thursday that it’s selling $650
last 12 months. million of common stock and $1.35 billion
in convertible senior notes due in 2024 in
Fluidigm reported two separate offerings. The company is giv-
a loss of $25.5M in 1Q
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Fluidigm
ing the underwriters a 30-day option to pur-
chase up to an additional 15% of each offer-
ing.
more than double in IPO to welcome people in who have helped this
Corp. on Thursday reported a loss of $25.5 That would add up to about $2.3 billion By Dee-Ann Durbin
million in its first quarter. before discounts and expenses and if the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS brand,” Brown told the Associated Press.
The South San Francisco -based company underwriters fully exercise their options. Still, Beyond Meat has never made an
said it had a loss of 44 cents per share. Last week, Tesla reported its cash balance Investors have a big appetite for fake meat. annual profit, losing $30 million last year.
Losses, adjusted for one-time gains and at the end of the first quarter shrunk by $1.5 The shares of Beyond Meat, the purveyor It’s also facing serious competition from
costs, came to 14 cents per share. billion since December, to $2.2 billion. of plant-based burgers and sausages, more other “new meat” companies like
The company that makes equipment to Musk said during a conference call that Tesla than doubled Thursday in its Nasdaq debut. Impossible Foods and traditional players
control fluids posted revenue of $30.1 mil- might need to raise capital again. It’s the first pure-play maker of vegan “meat” like Tyson Foods Inc. Tyson recently sold a
to go public, according to Renaissance stake in Beyond Meat because it plans to
Capital, which researches and tracks IPOs. develop its own alternative meat.
Beyond Meat raised about $240 million The IPO comes amid growing consumer
selling 9.6 million shares at $25 each. interest in plant-based foods for their pre-
Those shares rose 163% to close at $65.75. sumed health and environmental benefits.
The 10-year-old company has attracted U.S. sales of plant-based meats jumped 42%
celebrity investors like Microsoft co- between March 2016 and March 2019 to a
founder Bill Gates and actor Leonardo total of $888 million, according to Nielsen.
DiCaprio and buzz for placing its products in Traditional meat sales rose 1% to $85 bil-
burger joints like Carl’s Jr. It sells to 30,000 lion in that same time frame.
grocery stores, restaurants and schools in The trend is a global one. U.K. sales of
the U.S., Canada, Italy, the United Kingdom meat alternatives jumped 18% over the last
and Israel. year, while sales of traditional meat and
Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown said the poultry slid 2%.
IPO timing is right because the company Demand is expected to continue to grow.
wants to expand overseas. He also wants Euromonitor, a consulting firm, predicts
consumers to be able to buy shares since worldwide sales of meat substitutes will
they have fueled the company’s growth. grow 22% by 2023 to a total of $22.9 bil-
“It really is a wonderful feeling to be able lion.
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Friday • May 3, 2019

Sharks shut down as


Colorado ties series
By Pat Graham
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Avalanche 3, Sharks 0
MacKinnon now has at least a point in
DENVER — Nathan MacKinnon described eight straight games. It’s the longest streak
his batted-in goal as merely cleaning up by an Avalanche player in the postseason
garbage. since Peter Forsberg had a point in eight
This was far from trash talk: The Colorado straight in 2002.
Avalanche are right back in the series. Colin Wilson gave Colorado a two-goal
cushion with a power-play goal early in the
MacKinnon kept up his scoring spree third period. Wilson’s score was set up by a
with a second-period goal, Philipp Grubauer between-the-legs pass from Mikko
stopped 32 shots for his first career playoff Rantanen, who registered two assists. Erik
shutout and the Avalanche beat the San Jose Johnson added an empty-netter with 1:09
Sharks 3-0 on Thursday night to tie the remaining.
Western Conference semifinal series at two Game 5 is Saturday in San Jose.
games apiece. The chants of “Gruuuu” by the crowd only
RON CHENOY/USA TODAY SPORTS “Huge,” Grubauer said. “The longer we can grew louder with every save Grubauer made.
Colorado’s Eric Johnson checks San Jose’s Tomas Hertl into the boards during the Avalanches’ keep the zero up there the better it is, and
3-0 win that tied the series at 2-all. the better chance we have to win.” See SHARKS, Page 14

Dons retake Ocean lead


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

There is just no stopping


Aragon’s workhorse.
Senior right-hander Conor
Hourigan didn’t even know if he
was going to be able to pitch
Thursday at Woodside. A tired arm
turned into the Dons’ ace best
friend, though, as Hourigan
emerged from a stellar pitching
duel against Woodside fireballer
Joseph King with a complete- NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
game victory. San Mateo’s Tommy Ozawa, shown here drilling an RBI
Hourigan worked 5 1/3 innings double in the first inning, went 4 for 4 with three RBIs , four runs
of no-hit baseball to front a 4-1 scored and earned the win on the mound in a 12-10 win over
victory for Aragon (9-3 PAL Half Moon Bay.
Ocean, 16-5 overall). Combined
with a 12-10 loss by Half Moon
Bay — Aragon and HMB entered
the day tied for first place in the
Peninsula Athletic League Ocean
San Mateo slows
Division standings — the Dons
reclaimed sole possession of first
place with two games to play.
“This is the same thing he’s
HMB’s title chase
By Nathan Mollat
done all year,” Aragon manager TERRY BERNAL
Lenny Souza said. “All year he’s DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
been that way. His numbers match Clockwise from top:
up with their numbers. King was Aragon’s Drake Kenneally Three weeks ago, the San Mateo baseball team was sitting
unbelievable. [Tuesday’s Woodside scores from second base pretty. The Bearcats were 10-4 overall, coming off a 4-2 win
starter Max Moreno] was pretty on an infield single to get over Menlo-Atherton and splits in their first two series of
unbelievable the other day. The the Dons on the board in the PAL Ocean Division schedule.
kids just stepped up this week for a 4-1 win Thursday at That April 11 victory over the Bears would be San Mateo’s
both of them.” last for the rest of the month as the Bearcats subsequently
Woodside.
Hourigan’s start was in doubt due went on a nine-game skid.
to a tight shoulder. That’s no sur- Woodside starter Joseph “Three of those were walkoff (losses),” said San Mateo
prise. Thursday marked the King struck out 15, a new manager Neal Goldstein. “It was frustrating.”
senior’s third straight complete career high. So when San Mateo made the trip over the hill to face Half
game. He has now worked 53 2/3 Moon Bay Thursday, which entered the game tied for first
innings this season while improv- Aragon starter Conor place with Aragon atop the Ocean Division standings, the
ing his record to 6-2. Hourigan took a no-hitter Bearcats were looking for anything to change their for-
But the strikeout show by both tunes.
into the sixth to improve
See DONS, Page 14 his record to 6-2. See MATEO, Page 14

Capuchino’s Meyer tosses no-no vs. Burlingame


By Terry Bernal Arsenault coming off the more inning.” minimum and struck out four.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF bag to glove it and apply When Meyer delivered one more inning of “He came out with his ‘A’ game, ”
the tag for the out — no-hit baseball, he got his celebration, as Capuchino manager Matt Wilson said. “He
Devin Meyer was in the zone. Meyer was perplexed as the sophomore hurled Cap’s third no-hitter threw strikes. He got 0-1 a lot, which is big
So much so, the Capuchino sophomore to why there was no cele- over the past three years in a 5-0 win over … and he just did a great job of hitting his
didn’t even know what inning it was as he bration. Burlingame. spots and changing speeds. And I think the
closed in on a no-hitter Wednesday night “At that point, I didn’t In 2017, now-graduated Aiden Yarwood confidence kept building as the game went
under the lights of Washington Park. know what inning it recorded two no-hitters, including on April on.”
So when the sixth inning ended with the was,” Meyer said. “I was 17, 2017, also against Burlingame at It’s understandable Meyer was confused as
play of the game — third baseman Patrick Devin Meyer actually pretty pumped Washington Park. to what inning it was as he was getting the
Meyer fielded a hard chopper, threw across … but I didn’t see anyone The only blemish on Meyer’s night was
the diamond with first baseman Jason running toward me, so I figured I had one his walking four. He faced just three over the See CAP, Page 14
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CSM opens playoffs today THURSDAY


Local sports roundup

DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT seed in the Nor Cal bracket, will host No. 16 Solano. Again,
Game 1 is scheduled 2 p.m. Friday, noon Saturday and, if Softball
The College of San Mateo baseball and softball teams necessary, Game 3 is scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday. Carlmont 14, Half Moon Bay 4
were two of the hottest teams down the stretch to end the If Bulldogs baseball is the superstitious sort, this week- The Scots maintained their one-game lead atop the PAL Bay
regular season. end’s opponent could be a harbinger of things to come. Division standings with a six-inning, mercy-rule win over the
CSM baseball (28-11) ended the regular season with an Both San Mateo and Sierra met in the regionals in 2010, Cougars.
11-game winning streak, tacking on a 3-2 win over when CSM went on to sweep the Wolverines in two games. Carlmont remains one game ahead of second-place San
Monterey Peninsula last Saturday in a game postponed from That catapulted the Bulldogs, as they went on to advance to Mateo.
February. This was two days after clinching the Coast the state championship game through the loser’s bracket, After scoring two runs in the first, Carlmont took control of
Golden Gate Conference with a come-from-behind, 11-8 falling to Ohlone-Fremont in the final, 16-10. the game with nine runs in the second.
win over Mission. It was the Bulldogs’ last appearance in the final four. Sanni Karhiaho not only earned the win in the pitcher’s cir-
The Lady Bulldogs (37-2) were an absolutely juggernaut Sierra (29-10) is coming off a third-place finish in the cle, she also had a big day at the plate driving in four runs as
this season, as their winning streak was nearly three times Big 8, one of the toughest divisions in the state. The Carlmont (10-2 PAL Bay, 14-9 overall) celebrated Senior Day.
as long as the baseball team’s. The CSM softball team Wolverines come into the playoffs limping a little bit, hav- Two other seniors — Ashley Trierweiler and Audrey Chu —
embarked on a 32-game winning streak following a 5-3 loss ing ended the regular season on a three-game slide. both had four hits for the Scots.
to Sierra Feb. 18. CSM softball has made a second home in the state cham-
All that means nothing now, however, as both teams pionship bracket, having advanced to the final four the last Burlingame 2, Capuchino 1
enter the second season this weekend with the start of the six years. The Bulldogs went through the loser’s bracket to A pitching duel ensued as neither team could establish offen-
state playoffs. Both teams will be hosting regional series make the championship game in 2015, losing 5-1 to sive momentum early on. Burlingame (5-7 PAL Bay, 11-8
this weekend: the CSM baseball team, seeded No. 7, will Palomar. overall) junior Chloe McNamara pitched a complete game and
host 10th-seeded Sierra in a best-of-three series beginning Like CSM, Solano captured their conference champi- surrendered six hits, one run and struck out five. Capuchino (2-
at 2:30 p.m. Friday. Game 2 is scheduled for 11 a.m. onship, going undefeated in the Bay Valley Conference. The 10, 8-16) sophomore Ava Cordero pitched a good game as
Saturday and, if necessary, a third game will follow at 3 p.m. Falcons and Bulldogs met Feb. 19, the fifth game of the sea- well, but the leading run would end up crossing home plate in
The softball team, the No. 1 team in the state and the top son, with CSM coming away with an 8-0, mercy-rule win. the bottom of the sixth and the Panthers held on for the victo-
ry.

Three lead at LPGA stop at Lake Merced San Mateo 4, Woodside 1


The pitching duo of sophomore Sage Hager and freshman
Bethany Shih held Woodside to four hits.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the low score.” Reliable defense proved to be key and timely hitting in the
Ryu has six LPGA Tour victories, winning major titles in the late innings led to a Bearcat victory. Woodside (5-7 PAL Bay,
DALY CITY — Long-hitting Anne van Dam two-putted for 2011 U.S. Women’s Open and 2017 ANA Inspiration. She’s 6-14 overall) held a 1-0 lead going into the sixth inning, but
birdie on the par-5 18th for a 5-under 67 and a share of the lead trying to be easier on herself on the course clutch RBIs by Bearcat seniors Isabelle Borges and Monet
with So Yeon Ryu and Eun-Hee Ji in the LPGA MEDIHEAL “It’s really tough, because when you’re dedicated to make Scheller gave San Mateo (9-3, 14-4) a lead in the late going.
Championship. your game better and better, and then when you cannot really
Van Dam bogeyed two of the first four holes in her afternoon see the result right away, it can be really easy to get frustrated.”
round at Lake Merced. The 23-year-old
Notre Dame 7, Pinewood 1
Ryu said. “The thing is, it’s just golf. Nothing’s really guaran- Notre Dame’s Ashleigh Dean had a monster game both at the
Dutchwoman rallied with an eagle on the teed.” plate and in the circle. Dean pitched a complete game and gave
par-4 eighth and five birdies to match Ji had six birdies and a bogey. up one run on six hits with one strikeout. At the plate, Dean
morning starters Ryu and Ji. “It’s a really nice golf course,” the South Korean said. “It’s went 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs. Pinewood was
“Hit two poor irons, actually, three poor really challenging on every hole, especially on tee shot. We shut out until they snuck in a run in the final inning, but by
irons in my first five holes,” van Dam said. have to make the fairway for next shot. If not, get into trouble. then it was too little, too late.
“I wasn’t really swinging that freely. So I Tee shot is really important. Greens are really tough out there.
just said to myself, ‘Go on and play golf, We have to read perfect lines.” WEDNESDAY
hit shots, and don’t try to think too much The 2009 U.S. Women’s Open champion won the season-
about technique, just play your shots.”’ opening Diamonds Resorts Tournament of Champions for her
Anne van Dam Van Dam has struggled in her first season fifth LPGA Tour victory. After offseason swing changes, she
Boys’ golf
on the LPGATour, breaking 70 for only the has four top-seven finishes in eight events this year. Menlo’s Dharan takes WBAL title
fifth time in 17 rounds. She has four victories on the Ladies “Especially, on my backswing,” Ji said. “I’m flatter a little Menlo School went 1-2 in the WBAL golf championships at
European Tour, winning in early March in Australia, and leads bit and smaller backswing, so makes me more compact. That Coyote Creek Golf Course in San Jose.
the LET Solheim Cup points list. makes a lot different.” Kripa Dharan shot a 1-over 73, finishing two shots of four
“It’s nice to finally get off to a good start in the first round,” Celine Boutier, Amy Yang and Peiyun Chien were a stroke others: Menlo teammate Charlie Hsieh, Sacred Heart Prep’s
van Dam said. “I feel like I have been close, but just a few bad back at 68. Boutier had six birdies in a seven-hole stretch on Finn O’Kelly, Menlo’s Jeremy Yun and Udai Pal from Crystal
holes every week I had so far, a few like doubles and triples, her final nine. Yang birdied five of her last six holes. Springs.
which out here you fall back 20 spots.” In Gee Chun, Charley Hull, Azahara Munoz and Moriya Both O’Kelly and Pal qualified for the CCS tournament as
She’s comfortable at Lake Merced. Jutanugarn topped the group at 69. individuals. Menlo School and Harker, which finished as regu-
“I feel like this golf course is set up perfect for me,” van Dam Defending champion Lydia Ko had four bogeys in a 75. She lar season co-champs, earned the league’s two team bids to
said. “I can hit long drivers and can be aggressive with my also won at Lake Merced in 2014 and 2015 when it hosted the CCS.
short irons. So, I really enjoyed the course.” Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic.
Ryu closed with a bogey on the par-5 ninth. The South Brooke Henderson, the winner two weeks ago in Hawaii, Girls’ Lacrosse
Korean had seven birdies and two bogeys. bogeyed the 18th for a 72. Playing partner Minjee Lee, com- Menlo-Atherton 13, Mitty 7
“Not really easy golf course,” Ryu said. “You have to drive ing off a victory Sunday in Los Angeles that moved her to No. M-A (8-3 WBAL, 11-5 overall) started the game on fire and
the ball really well. Everything has to be really great to shoot 2 in the world, had six bogeys in a 76. opened an 11-1 lead 18 minutes into the match. Mitty (4-6-1,
10-6-1) simply couldn’t recover from such a huge deficit even
though they outscored Menlo-Atherton 6-2 in the second half.
M-A’s Audrey Koren finished the game with five goals while
the trio of Hannah Shaw, Theresa McGannon and Ally Shaw
each scored a pair. The Bears are currently on a five-game win-
ning streak.

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Life in prison for 76ers rout Raptors


former AAU coach for 2-1 series lead
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS them to provide videos and photos THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
of themselves masturbating — rela-
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — A judge tionships that went on for years. PHILADELPHIA — Joel Embiid
sent an influential youth basketball Others were surreptitiously recorded refused to get tripped up back
coach to prison for the rest of his by devices that Stephen placed in home in the postseason, scoring
life on Thursday, saying he secretly bathrooms in hotels and his home 33 points and playing to the
collected sexual images of 440 or disrobed by Stephen and pho- “MVP!” chants to lead the
boys and molested more than a tographed while they slept. Philadelphia 76ers to a 116-95
dozen over a 20-year period. On at least 15 occasions between victory over Toronto Raptors on
U.S. District Judge C.J. Williams 1999 and 2018, Stephen touched Thursday night.
sentenced former Iowa boys, often as he shared a hotel bed Philadelphia took a 2-1 lead in
Barnstormers coach Greg Stephen with them during trips to tourna- the Eastern Conference semifinal
to 180 years in federal prison, the ments and professional basketball series.
maximum penalty he faced on sexu- games, according to Thursday’s tes- Embiid also had 10 rebounds,
al exploitation and pornography timony. shaking off a pair of passive
c h a r g e s . One of the boys later told police games and became the driving
Williams called he kept quiet for years because he force on offense the Sixers needed
St ep h en ’s believed Stephen was his link to as they chase their first NBA
crimes horren- college basketball coaches for championship since 1983.
dous, saying he whom he dreamed of one day play- He made the game his own in the
abused his posi- ing, Division of Criminal third quarter and helped the Sixers BILL STREICHER/USA TODAY SPORTS
tion of trust to Investigation agent Ryan Kedley put away a Raptors team badly Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid, left, and Toronto’s Kawhi Leonard battle for a
prey upon boys testified. overmatched outside of Kawhi loose ball.
who saw him as “He decided to swallow that expe- Leonard’s one-man gang perform- tumbling to the court. The crowd Embiid scored another layup and
Greg Stephen their ticket to rience and not tell anyone,” Kedley ance. went wild and Siakam was hit with waved his arms and pointed with a
college basket- said. Embiid struck a chord when he a flagrant foul. Embiid made both smile as wide as the hoop. Embiid
ball. Federal prosecutors and the moth- buried a 3 in the third that free throws as fans — including went 9 of 18 from the floor and
“The harm the defendant caused to ers of two victims had urged stretched Philadelphia’s lead to some of Philadelphia’s biggest made 12 of 13 free throws.
the children is incalculable and pro- Williams to impose a life sentence 12. That was start of a string of sports stars — serenaded him with It was moments like this why
found,” Williams said from the on Stephen, who helped manage his plays that got Toronto’s atten- chants of “MVP! MVP!” the 76ers endured the painful
bench in federal court in Cedar family’s auto dealership in tion. Embiid chased a loose ball Jimmy Butler, the Game 2 star, Process — the years of tanking
Rapids. He said Stephen’s conduct Monticello, Iowa. and was tripped when Pascal dunked off his own steal and the seasons for high draft picks, like
was “of such an extreme nature” that “He believed you held the keys to Siakam intentionally stuck out his Sixers had quickly put the game in 2014 when they drafted Embiid
it warranted an effective life term. the basketball kingdom,” said the right leg and sent Philly’s All-Star out of reach. Butler had 22 points. with the No. 3 overall pick.
The sentence, handed down after a mother of one boy, who was tricked
daylong hearing, capped one of by Stephen into providing images
Iowa’s largest and most stunning
sexual abuse prosecutions involv-
ing youth sports.
of himself masturbating. “My son
trusted you and you destroyed that
... How dare you use basketball for
Celtics president suffers heart attack
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS seem to be doing ball,” Stevens said. “Game 3 is Game
Stephen, 43, had worked with your selfish, despicable, disgust-
Iowa’s most promising youth play- ing, self-seeking motivation.” well. 3. You always want to play your best
ers as a co-director and coach of the Stephen’s defense had asked BOSTON — Boston Celtics “That’s all pos- at this time of the year. Obviously, he
Barnstormers, which was spon- Williams for leniency, seeking a President Danny Ainge had a mild itive, but certain- really cares about the result. We all
sored by Adidas and competed sentence of no more than 20 years heart attack and is expected to fully ly it’s scary,” really care about the result. But this is
nationally. Almost all of the high in prison followed by intensive recover. Stevens said. “To a game. So, that’s what it is.”
school seniors he worked with supervision on release. His lawyers The 60-year-old executive received me, he’s a friend Stevens’ comments were echoed by
earned college athletic scholar- and experts argued that his conduct immediate medical attention Tuesday and the family’s Celtics guard Marcus Smart, who said
ships, including to play at universi- was primarily as a voyeur, not a night in Milwaukee, the team said in been so good to the team was informed by the coach-
ties such as Iowa, Northern Iowa hands-on molester, and that he was a statement Thursday. The Celtics Danny Ainge us. So, you don’t ing staff before practice Thursday.
and Wisconsin. at a low risk to reoffend now that were facing the Bucks in the second even think about Now in his fifth season in Boston,
Stephen secretly amassed a digi- he’s been caught. Stephen’s father, round of the playoffs. Ainge, who anything else. You just want him to Smart is the longest-tenured player
tal collection of thousands of sexu- Roger, said his son had helped him also had a mild heart attack in 2009, be comfortable and feeling great, get- on the roster.
al videos and photos of his players run the dealership after his brother was scheduled to return to Boston. ting better, that it’s a good progno-
sis.” Smart shares a close relationship
and their friends. The majority of was killed in a traffic accident 7 Celtics coach Brad Stevens said with Ainge, who was there to comfort
the victims were coerced by online years ago. Game 3 of the Celtics’ series with
after the team practiced Thursday that the Bucks is Friday night in Boston. him while his mother, Camellia
personas in which Stephen pretend- “He is not a threat to society,” he he’s been in frequent communication Smart, endured and eventually died
ed to be a teenage girl and enticed said. “This is much bigger than basket-
with Ainge’s family. He said they all from cancer last year.
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It was his two-run double in the hits, Mettam scoring on a delayed

MATEO
Continued from page 11
top of the sixth that gave San
Mateo a 9-8 lead and took starting
pitcher Jack Warren off the hook.
double steal and Colucci hitting a
sacrifice fly.
The Cougars took an 8-6 lead in
Ozawa then took that lead to the the fourth when Guevara scored on
mound and picked up the win with a throwing error.
They thought they had it when three innings of relief.
they scored five runs in the top of Dwyer Lewis, meanwhile, had
“That was his best outing of the come in to pitch for HMB in the
the first, only to see the Cougars year. He usually goes one, two
tie it in the bottom of the inning. second inning and did a good job
innings. Today, he just wanted it,” of holding down the San Mateo
Half Moon Bay then took an 8-7 Goldstein said of Ozawa’s pitch- offense. After giving up the run in
lead into the sixth inning before ing. the second, he retired seven bat-
San Mateo rallied with four runs to “He was the man today.” ters in a row, including a three-
take a 12-8 lead on its way to a 12- Warren followed with a two-run pitch third inning.
10 victory. single to push the Bearcats’ lead to
“We didn’t take care of the ball,” The Bearcats touched him up for
12-8 and those proved to be big a second run in the fifth when
Goldstein said. “Fortunately, we runs as HMB scored two in the bot-
hit the ball hard all day.” Rojas scored a double-play
tom of the sixth to close to 12-10 grounder to cut the HMB lead to 8-
The win not only ended a nearly before Ozawa finished them off in NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL
monthlong slide, it dealt the Half Moon Bay shortstop Jack Mettam, left, throws to first to complete a fifth 7.
the seventh.
Cougars a big blow in their quest San Mateo leadoff hitter Elijah inning double play. The Bearcats then got to Lewis
for the division title. HMB’s loss, Shih also had a big day at the Coleman Colucci drove in a pair the Cougars into the game imme- in the sixth, scoring five times as
coupled with Aragon’s 4-1 win plate, going 4 for 5 and scoring on his only hit of the day. diately as they answered with five he ran out of gas.
over Woodside, leaves the Cougars two runs. Antonio Rojas and “It was pretty wild,” Anderson runs of their own. A pair of errors “[Lewis] did a great job, ”
a game back with two left in the Warren each drove in a pair of said. “We haven’t had a game like in rightfield led to all five of the Anderson said, adding Lewis made
regular season. runs, while Sean Tanap also had an that this year.” Cougars’ runs being unearned as an appearance in the Cougars’ 6-2
“[The loss] definitely hurt,” said RBI, going 2 for 4 as the Bearcats San Mateo jumped on HMB Colucci and Tristan Hofmann win over San Mateo Tuesday. “But
HMB manager Brian Anderson. collected 14 hits. early as Shih and Soto had back- picked up RBIs in the inning. he just threw too many pitches
“But it is just one game. We have “We’ve hit all year,” Goldstein to-back singles to lead off the San Mateo retook the lead in the (this week).”
two more next week.” said. “We just haven’t hit in clutch game and Ozawa drove in the first top of the second as Ozawa’s triple While Goldstein was relieved to
San Mateo (5-7 PAL Ocean, 11- situations.” run with a double to the left-cen- plated Shih, who led off the inning finally get off the schneid, he was
13 overall) got a big game from HMB (8-4, 18-6) also had a terfield gap. Rojas followed with a with a bloop to shallow right. also proud to see his team battle
Tommy Ozawa — both at the plate strong day at the plate, collecting sacrifice fly and Kilmer Sanchez It was a short-lived advantage, against a league leader.
and on the mound. Offensively, he 12 hits. Peter Popeil led the way added an RBI single, while two however, as HMB took the lead “The guys hung in there, ”
was 4 for 4, falling a home run with three hits. Jack Mettam had other runs scored as the result of with two runs in the bottom of the Goldstein said. “It’s nice not to be
short of the cycle, drove in three two hits and a pair of RBIs, Jarred errors. frame. Jarred Mettam, Danny a patsy in who’s going to win [the
and scored four runs. Mettam had two hits, while But the San Mateo defense let Guevara and Popeil all reached on division title].”

combined. Meyer ended the night with his hits with senior David Balague, games loom large for Cap’s

CAP Usually, during Meyer’s out-


ings, he and catcher Kenny
Osterlund are in frequent communi-
fourth strikeout of the game, a
swinging third strike on a fast-
ball.
but was also expected to be Cap’s
No. 1 starter. Thompson didn’t
make his mound debut until last
chances of making the Central
Coast Section playoffs. The top
five teams from the Peninsula
Continued from page 11 cation. The senior backstop is “I think his adrenaline took Wednesday. Athletic League Bay Division will
often the hawk-eye who identifies over in the seventh inning Now, paired with Pellegrini, Cap make the postseason cut. The
mechanical tweaks Meyer need because I could see how bad he is relying Meyer as the anchor of a Mustangs are currently tied for
no-hitter treatment from his team- fifth place with Sacred Heart Prep,
mates. make, Meyer said. Wednesday wanted it,” Wilson said. “He went sophomore starting rotation.
night, however, the only commu- out there and was determined.” “Devin came in being the guy,” one game back of fourth-place
“In between innings it was just, TKA.
no one would talk to me,” Meyer nication Meyer got from his Meyer was in line to join Cap’s Wilson said. “Being a young guy,
said. catcher was a head nod at the start varsity pitching staff heading into he handled it well.” “Our goal is to win them all,”
In his first varsity season, of a new inning when the the year, but moved up the rotation Cap closes its two-game series Wilson said. “But we’re just going
Meyer has proven Cap’s work- Mustangs took the field. ladder in a hurry due to several key with Burlingame Friday night at to take them one game at a time.
horse, now leading the team with a “No one said a peep. No one said injuries. San Bruno Park with first pitch … Right now we’re focused on
7-2 record and 51 1/3 innings a word,” Wilson said. “Everyone Senior right-hander Christian slated for 7 p.m. The regular sea- Friday night, the second game
pitched. That’s one-third of an just went through business as Brazil was injured before opening son wraps up next week with the against Burlingame, because I’m
inning more than Cap’s next two usual. You can tell there was a little day and has yet to play this sea- Mustangs taking on the King’s positive they’re going to want to
pitchers — Volkman (26 1/3) and more excitement but they just son. Left-hander Cruise Thompson Academy in a two-game set. beat us Friday night at San Bruno
Frankie Pellegrini (24 2/3) — went about their business.” is tied for the team lead with 29 The final three regular-season Park.”
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Nets D’Angelo Russell issued Newsday says the former No. 2
Sports brief pick then flew to Louisville,
summons for marijuana A spokeswoman for the Port Kentucky, where his father lives.
NEW YORK — Brooklyn Nets Authority of New York and New The 23-year-old Russell had a
All-Star D’Angelo Russell was Jersey said Russell was issued a breakout season, leading the Nets
detained at LaGuardia Airport after summons for possession of less to their first playoff berth since
a small amount of marijuana was than 50 grams of marijuana and 2014. He was named to the Eastern
found in his luggage by TSA per- released. It happened Wednesday Conference All-Star team in
sonnel. night. February.

WHAT’S ON TAP AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE


FRIDAY East Division East Division
Baseball W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
Bellarmine at Serra, Menlo School at Hillsdale, ,Terra Tampa Bay 20 11 .645 — Philadelphia 17 13 .567 —
AARON DOSTER/USA TODAY SPORTS Nova at King’s Academy, Sacred Heart Prep at Carl- New York 17 13 .567 2 1/2 New York 16 15 .516 1 1/2
mont, 4 p.m.; Burlingame at Capuchino, 7 p.m. Atlanta 15 16 .484 2 1/2
Boston’s Patrice Bergeron carries the puck up ice during the Bruins’ 4-1 Toronto 14 17 .452 6
Boston 14 18 .438 6 1/2 Washington 13 17 .433 4
win over Columbus. Softball
Baltimore 11 21 .344 9 1/2 Miami 9 21 .300 8
Aragon vs Hillsdale at Chanteloup Field, 6:30 p.m.

Boston ties series Boys’ tennis Central Division Central Division


CCS team tournament W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
Aptos/Harker winner at Menlo School, Aragon vs Minnesota 19 10 .655 — St. Louis 20 11 .645 —
St. Ignatius at SF State, Carlmont at Menlo-Ather- Cleveland 16 13 .552 3 Chicago 16 12 .571 2 1/2
ton, 3 p.m. Chicago 14 15 .483 5 Milwaukee 17 16 .515 4
Detroit 13 15 .464 5 1/2 Pittsburgh 14 14 .500 4 1/2

with Blue Jackets


Boys’ volleyball Cincinnati 13 18 .419 7
Kansas City 11 21 .344 9 1/2
Hillsdale at Carlmont, 6 p.m.
West Division West Division
Swimming W L Pct GB
CCS prelims at Santa Clara International Swim W L Pct GB
Houston 18 14 .563 — Los Angeles 20 13 .606 —
Center, 2 p.m.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS suburban Columbus — also scored, Seattle 18 15 .545 1/2 Arizona 18 13 .581 1
Track and field Texas 14 15 .483 2 1/2 San Diego 18 14 .563 1 1/2
and Tuukka Rask stopped 39 shots. Colorado 15 17 .469 4 1/2
WCAL championships at St. Francis, 5 p.m. Los Angeles 15 17 .469 3
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Boston’s “I don’t think they got too many Giants 13 18 .419 6
A’s 14 19 .424 4 1/2
stars were going to be kept off the rebound opportunities,” Rask said. SATURDAY
scoresheet in this playoff series for Track and field Thursday’s Games
“That’s how they’ve been scoring. PAL championships at Menlo-Atherton, 10:30 a.m.
Thursday’s Games
San Diego 11, Atlanta 2
only so long. They were trying to play down low, WBAL championships at Gunn, 5 p.m.
Minnesota 8,Houston 2
N.Y. Mets 1, Cincinnati 0
David Pastrnak, Patrice Bergeron Tampa Bay 3,Kansas City 1
pushing more pucks in there but I ChicagoWhite Sox 6,Boston 4
Colorado 11, Milwaukee 6
and Brad Marchand had combined Badminton Washington 2, St. Louis 1
thought we protected the house well, PAL championships at Aragon, all day L.A.Angels 6,Toronto 2
for 260 points in the regular season, Friday’s Games
(I) saw every puck. That was huge.” Friday’s Games St.Louis (Flaherty 3-1) at Cubs (Hendricks 1-4),11:20 a.m.
but had been neutralized by the Artemi Panarin scored for Swimming Minnesota(Gibson2-0)atN.Y.Yankees(Paxton3-2),4:05p.m. A’s (Anderson 3-2) at Pitt (Musgrove 1-2), 4:05 p.m.
Columbus Blue Jackets through the Columbus on a blown call by the
CCS championships at Santa Clara International A’s (Anderson 3-2) at Pittsburgh (Musgrove 1-2),4:05 p.m. Washington(Hellickson2-0)atPhilly(Eickhoff1-1),4:05p.m.
Swim Center, 2 p.m. Tampa (Glasnow 5-0) at Baltimore (Straily 1-1),4:05 p.m.
first three games of their Eastern officials, and Sergei Bobrovsky, Kansas City (Lopez 0-2) at Detroit (Boyd 2-2),4:10 p.m.
Atlanta (Gausman 1-2) at Miami (Urena 1-4),4:10 p.m.
Conference semifinal series. The Giants (Beede 0-0) at Cincinnati (Gray 0-4), 4:10 p.m.
who has been spectacular in the Seattle (Kikuchi 1-1) at Cleveland (Bieber 2-1),4:10 p.m.
only point among them was a goal postseason so far, had 41 saves but TRANSACTIONS Toronto (Thornton 0-3) atTexas (Minor 3-2),5:05 p.m.
Mets (Matz 3-1) at Milwaukee (Gonzalez 0-0),5:10 p.m.
Arizona (Ray 1-1) at Colorado (Anderson 0-2),5:40 p.m.
by Pastrnak in Game 2 that was a was beaten on long shots by
Boston(Sale0-5)atChicagoWhiteSox(Lopez2-3),5:10p.m. Dodgers (Kershaw 1-0) at SD (Lauer 2-3), 7:10 p.m.
BASEBALL Saturday’s Games
deflection off his skate. Pastrnak and Bergeron in the first Major League Baseball
Saturday’s Games
Minnesota at N.Y.Yankees,10:05 a.m. St. Louis at Chicago Cubs, 1:05 p.m.
All three top-liners contributed period. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BASEBALL Kansas City at Detroit,1:10 p.m.
— Announced C Mike Marjama, who has recently Atlanta at Miami, 3:10 p.m.
Thursday night as the Bruins beat Seattle at Cleveland,1:10 p.m. Oakland at Pittsburgh, 4:05 p.m.
the Blue Jackets 4-1 to even their “I don’t think any team wins with- applied for reinstatement from the voluntary re-
Oakland at Pittsburgh,4:05 p.m.
tired list, has received an 80-game suspension after Washington at Philadelphia, 4:05 p.m.
Eastern Conference semifinal series out their best players being their testing positive for Oxandrolone, a performance- Tampa Bay at Baltimore,4:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets at Milwaukee, 4:10 p.m.
at two games apiece. The best-of- best players,” Boston coach Bruce enhancing substance, in violation of Major League Boston at ChicagoWhite Sox,4:10 p.m. San Francisco at Cincinnati, 4:10 p.m.
Cassidy said. “We can survive for a Baseball’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Pro- Houston vs.L.A.Angels at Monterrey,4:10 p.m. Arizona at Colorado, 5:10 p.m.
seven series moves to Boston for gram. Toronto atTexas,5:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 5:40 p.m.
Game 5 on Saturday. while. So far in this series we had.” American League
Bergeron had two goals, Pastrnak Early in the first, Pastrnak was CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Placed LHP Carlos Rodsn
flattened by a huge hit from on the 10-day IL. Reinstated RHP Lucas Giolito from SHARKS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE WARRIORS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
had a goal and an assist and the 10-day IL.
Marchand picked up a helper for the Columbus defenseman Adam KANSAS CITY ROYALS — Returned RHP Glenn San Jose 4, Vegas 3 Warriors 4, L.A. Clippers 2
Bruins. Clendening. Around 25 seconds Sparkman (26th man) to Omaha (PCL). Wednesday, April 10: San Jose 5, Vegas 2 Saturday, April 13: Warriors 121, L.A. Clippers 104
MINNESOTA TWINS — Placed LHP Adalberto Friday, April 12: Vegas 5, San Jose 3 Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Warriors 131
“If you break down the chances later, Pastrnak rifled a shot past Mejma on the 10-day IL, retroactive to May 1. Se- Sunday, April 14: Vegas 6, San Jose 3 Thursday, April 18: Warriors 132, Clippers 105
we’ve had game to game, we are get- Bobrovsky from the left circle to lected the contract of RHP Mike Morin from
Tuesday, April 16: Vegas 5, San Jose 0 Sunday, April 21: Warriors 113, Clippers 105
get the Bruins on the board. Rochester (IL).
ting five, six opportunities every OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Optioned RHP Ryan Dull Thursday, April 18: San Jose 5, Vegas 2 x-Wednesday, April 24: Clippers 129, Warriors 121
game,” said Marchand, who also Boston made it 2-0 on Bergeron’s to Las Vegas (PCL). Sunday, April 21: San Jose 2, Vegas 1, 2OT x-Friday, April 26: Warriors 129, Clippers 110
snap shot from the slot at 7:18 of TAMPA BAY RAYS — Returned RHP Austin Pruitt Tuesday, April 23: San Jose 5, Vegas 4, OT
was whistled for three penalties in (26th man) to Durham (IL). Recalled RHP Casey Warriors 2, Houston 0
Game 4. “It’s only a matter of time the first. Sadler from Durham. Placed RHP Hunter Wood on San Jose 2, Colorado 2 Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100
before these guys score goals. You After a scoreless second, Kuraly the 10-day IL. Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2 Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109
National League
give them that many opportunities put back a rebound off the end board SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Acquired C Francisco
Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, San Jose 3 Saturday, May 4: Golden State at Houston, 5:30 p.m.
every game, they are going to score. 8:40 into the final period. Bergeron Tuesday, April 30: San Jose 4, Colorado 2 Monday, May 6: Golden State at Houston, 6:30 p.m.
Peqa from St. Louis Cardinals for cash considera-
Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0 x-Wednesday, May 8: Houston at Golden State, 7:30
They are that good. There is no picked up his second goal off a tions and assigned him to Sacramento (PCL).
Saturday, May 4: Colorado at San Jose, 7 p.m. p.m.
WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Relieved pitching
panic.” rebound with 2 1/2 minutes left in coach Derek Lilliquist of his duties. Named Paul x-Monday, May 6: San Jose at Colorado, TBA x-Friday, May 10: Golden State at Houston, TBD
Sean Kuraly — who grew up in the game. Menhart pitching coach. x-Wednesday, May 8: Colorado at San Jose, TBA x-Sunday, May 12: Houston at Golden State, TBD
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with a line-drive double up the left-center

DONS
Continued from page 11
gap to get the Wildcats on the board.
Hourigan went on to retire the last five
batters he faced.
Woodside senior Brody Crowley entered
in relief in the seventh and struck out the
Hourigan and King was remarkable. side. He and King combined for 18 strike-
Hourigan finished with 12 strikeouts, while outs. Along with Hourigan’s total, there
King — who took a hard-luck loss through were 30 total strikeouts in the game.
six innings of work — totaled 15 pun-
Aragon is now back in sole possession of
chouts. Both marks are new career highs.
first place in the PAL Ocean Division. The
Both pitchers were on their respective Dons were sitting pretty atop the standings
games from the outset. King set down the two weeks ago amid a 10-game winning
first 13 batters he faced until he was streak, but saw a two-game lead in the stand-
betrayed by an infield error in the fourth. ings slip away when they got swept by Half
The two starters exchanged scoreless frames Moon Bay last week in a two-game series.
through the first four innings. “When we got swept my Half Moon Bay,
“Especially with my shoulder being tight we were really down on ourselves, ”
… the fact that we had quick innings kind of Hourigan said. “… We didn’t play that well
kept me loose,” Hourigan said. “I love TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Aragon sophomore Jace Jeremiah chops a ball for an infield single in the fifth inning, resulting against Half Moon Bay. So, the fact that we
pitching duels. They’re really fun. It moti- got some help from San Mateo, that’s
vates you more to go out there.” in the first run of the game as Drake Kenneally, not pictured, scores from second base.
good.”
Then, Aragon broke through in the fifth was — Aragon went on to score two runs in Sterling Miller stepped up next and belted a Woodside is now in a three-way tie for
thanks to some crafty baserunning. King the inning without ever getting the ball out two-run home run to right-center to give the third place with Menlo-Atherton and
issued just one walk in the game, losing of the infield — it seemed like one run Dons a 4-0 lead. Sequoia in the PAL Ocean race. Woodside
Aragon senior Drake Kenneally on a 3-2 might be enough to sway the outcome. And King soldiered through to finish the and M-A close out the regular season next
slider with one out. Kenneally moved to this was fresh in everyone’s minds after inning, finishing his day with a strikeout of week with a two-game series. Sequoia takes
second on a groundout, setting the stage for Aragon had taken the first game of the Kenneally, his fourth of the inning and 15th on second-place HMB.
180 feet of game-changing base-running. series Tuesday by a 1-0 final. of the day. “I feel great,” Woodside manager Daniel
When Aragon sophomore Jace Jeremiah “That did run through my mind because “This pitching stuff is pretty new to me,” Rogers said. “Going in, before the season
beat out a chopper over the mound for an last game we only scored one run against King said. “I’m just out there trying to get even started, we knew that we’d finish with
infield single on a bang-bang play at first these guys,” Kenneally said. “They’re a fair- the ball over the plate as much as possible.” M-A. We knew it was going to come down to
base, Kenneally rounded third base and ly decent team.” The senior right-hander — committed to the wire. This is a competitive league and
noticed the Woodside first baseman was in a Aragon added some more run support for Washington State on a full athletic scholar- you can see it right now with such a cluster
pronounced stretch after trying to get the out Hourigan though. With Kenneally’s aggres- ship — only joined the Woodside starting of teams still fighting for spots going into
at first. So, Kenneally just kept running and sive baserunning, Jeremiah was able to take rotation this year. He is the Wildcats’ long- the last week. So, we’re in a good position
dashed home to score the game’s first run. second base on the late throw home. Then a time starting catcher though, and also leads where we kind of have a chance to control
“I was just watching the ball the whole pair of wild pitches by King allowed the team in each of the triple-crown cate- our own destiny.”
way,” Kenneally said. “As I saw the first Jeremiah to score to make it 2-0. gories this season. Only the top two teams in the final PAL
baseman get into a long stretch, I decided to In the fifth, King notched four strikeouts, Woodside (7-5, 13-9) broke up the no-hit- Ocean standings earn automatic bids to the
run home, and I just got the lead for my with Aragon cleanup hitter Matthew Mukai ter with one out in the sixth inning when Central Coast Section playoffs. The third-
team.” reaching first base on a strikeout-wild pitch senior Owen Crevelt shot a high chopper place team gets a shot via a play-in game
At the time, with King dealing the way he with one out. It proved costly as senior over the bag at third base. King followed with the PAL Lake Division standings.

goal in this postseason. it’s supposed to be tough.” his teammates, DeBoer didn’t buy into the

SHARKS “I love it as a coach because I don’t think


you’re going to be dancing around and mak-
ing a bunch of high-skilled plays in traffic
One of Grubauer’s top stops was near the
end of the second period with Gustav
Nyquist on the breakaway. Grubauer went
notion that Pavelski could be a rallying
force for his team.
“This isn’t a ‘Rudy’ story,” DeBoer said.
Continued from page 11 and score the highlight-reel goal that’s into a full-out stretch in order to thwart No tes : Sharks F Joonas Donskoi (undis-
going tic-tac-toe,” Avalanche coach Jared Nyquist with his right pad. closed injury) hasn’t played in the Colorado
He turned back nine shots in the final period. Bednar said. “I don’t see that happening. If “We had some good looks,” Sharks coach series. ... Avs F Matt Calvert returned after
you look at the goals that are scored in this Peter DeBoer said. “I thought we could have missing Game 3 with an upper-body injury.
“We needed to win this game and he was series, guys are shooting, there’s traffic. made it tougher on him.”
unreal,” Rantanen said. ... There was a moment of silence for the
Both goals were the exact same way.” Grubauer and the Avs defense found a way late Red Kelly, the defenseman-turned-cen-
In an attempt to bottle up the speedy About that pass to Wilson, just how did to corral Logan Couture, the leading goal ter whose Hall of Fame career included eight
MacKinnon, the Sharks kept rolling out Rantanen even see him? scorer in the postseason who was coming Stanley Cups while playing for Detroit and
their top defensive pair of Brent Burns and “In the corner of my eye,” Rantanen said. off a hat trick in Game 3. Toronto. He died Thursday at 91. . . .
Marc-Edouard Vlasic. MacKinnon rarely had “Jones had pretty good position on me and This may be an encouraging development Grubauer is the first German-born goal-
a moment when he wasn’t shadowed. trying to stuff it through his pads wasn’t for the Sharks: Captain Joe Pavelski tender in NHL history to record a shutout in
Still, he found ways to shake free, includ- going to work for me. (Wilson) was in a returned to skating. He was on the ice in San the Stanley Cup playoffs and the second of
ing in the second period when the puck good spot and it was a good goal.” Jose on Wednesday, with DeBoer hearing German nationality to accomplish the feat,
bounced off goaltender Martin Jones and For much of the night, Jones matched “positive things” from the session. joining Olie Kolzig (six). . . . Rookie
into the air. MacKinnon was on the spot, Grubauer’s performance. He finished with Pavelski was hurt in Game 7 of the Vegas defenseman Cale Makar recorded his fourth
taking one whack at it and then another to 25 saves. series when his helmet slammed to the ice. assist of the postseason. ... MacKinnon and
send it past Jones (“just cleaned up garbage, “We’re disappointed, for sure. It was a He’s yet to play in this series. Rantanen each have 13 points in the post-
nothing really,” he said). It was his sixth good opportunity for us,” Jones said. “But And while he’s has been on the minds of season.
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Venezuelans return to daily struggle after violent unrest
By Scott Smith that left at least four peo-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ple dead. It began
Tuesday when U. S. -
CARACAS, Venezuela — Bumping shoul- backed opposition leader
ders with fellow shoppers as she navigated Juan Guaido called for a
Caracas’ biggest open-air market, Naira military uprising,
Garcia had no trouble tuning out the messy attempting to overthrow
political struggle that plunged Venezuela President Nicolas
into two days of deadly violence this week. Maduro.
She focused instead on her own daunting Nicolas Maduro The socialist Maduro
task: How to feed her family of five for the is blamed for leading
next two weeks on the $4 she had in her Venezuela into the deepest economic and
pocket. Like many of Venezuela’s poor, political crisis in the nation’s history,
Garcia scrapes by on odd jobs — selling despite having the world’s largest oil
home-made lollipops or mangos that reserves. Soaring hyperinflation has pul-
recently came into season. verized paychecks in a nation where the
“There are good days and bad days,” said average monthly wage is just $6.50.
the 43-year-old mother of three teenagers, Opposition leaders had hoped that
lugging two shopping bags with sardines, Guaido’s risky move would stir a string of
sweet peppers and leafy green onions. “I high-ranking military defections and shake
never abandon my faith.” Maduro’s grip on power. But no rebellion
REUTERS The bustling Coche Market is a sign that materialized, and instead two days of deadly
Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez talks to the media at the residence of the Caracas has returned to what passes for nor- clashes ensued between protesters and
Spanish ambassador in Caracas. mal life after the outburst of violent unrest police in cities across the country.

Assange refuses extradition to US; long legal fight expected


By Jill Lawless and Gregory Katz “I do not wish to surren- Assange, wearing jeans and a sports jack- to follow on June 12 once a full U.S. extra-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS der myself for extradi- et, appeared calm during the brief hearing at dition request has been received and studied
tion for doing journal- London’s Westminster Magistrates’ Court. by Assange’s lawyers. Legal experts pre-
LONDON — A defiant Julian Assange ism that has won many Some of his supporters who couldn’t get dict it will likely take 18 months or longer
told a London court Thursday he will fight awards and protected seats in the small courtroom chanted sup- to resolve the case, with each side able to
extradition to the United States to face many people.” port for Assange from the hallways, shout- make several appeals of unfavorable rul-
charges of conspiring to hack into a His formal refusal to ing “Shame on you” at the judge. ings.
Pentagon computer, arguing that his work be extradited marks the Judge Michael Snow said it would likely In a separate case, the 47-year-old
as WikiLeaks founder has benefited the start of what is expected be “many months” before a full hearing was Australian was sentenced Wednesday to 50
public. Julian Assange to be a bruising legal held on the substance of the U.S. extradi- weeks in prison in the U.K. for jumping
Speaking by video link from Belmarsh battle over whether he tion case. The judge set a procedural hear- bail in 2012 and holing up in the
Prison in southeast London, Assange said: will be brought to trial in the United States. ing for May 30, with a substantive hearing Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

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Facebook bans Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones for hate speech


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to both Facebook’s main service and to has provided the likes of Jones, Facebook has previously suspended Jones
Instagram and extend to fan pages and other Yiannopoulos and others over the years. from its flagship service temporarily; this
SAN FRANCISCO — After years of pressure related accounts. Critics praised the move, but said there is suspension is permanent and includes
to crack down on extremist content, Decried as censorship by several of those more to be done on both Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook has banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex who got the ax, the move signals a renewed Instagram. “We know that there are still white Facebook says the newly banned accounts
Jones and other extremists, saying they vio- effort by the social media giant to remove supremacists and other extremist figures who violated its policy against dangerous individ-
lated its ban against hate and violence. objectionable material — and individuals — are actively using both platforms to spread uals and organizations. The company says it
The company also banned right-wing lead- promoting hate, racism and anti-Semitism. their hatred and bigotry,” said Keegan has “always banned” people or groups that
ers Paul Nehlen, Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Removing some of the best-known figures Hankes, senior research analyst for the proclaim a violent or hateful mission or are
Joseph Watson and Laura Loomer, along with of the U.S. political extreme takes away an Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks engaged in acts of hate or violence, regard-
Jones’ site, Infowars. The latest bans apply important virtual megaphone that Facebook hate groups in the U.S. less of political ideology.

veloping surface parking lots into office proposal considers transportation options, San Bruno Community Foundation, but ulti-

YOUTUBE
Continued from page 1
buildings, while constructing the parking
into underground lots. The company cur-
rently maintains almost 1 million square
integration with the Bayhill Shopping
Center and nearby neighborhood as well as
opportunities to develop public amenities.
mately voted in favor of building a new
recreation center instead. Should officials
pursue building a library as part of the proj-
feet of commercial space near Cherry Regarding community development, ect, Grogan has said it could be constructed
Avenue. Grogan said the proposed alternative’s zon- on site or elsewhere.
expected to hold a joint meeting in June or ing leaves open a chance for housing con-
Grogan said there is a sense of urgency for An additional community benefit will
July assessing the Bayhill specific plan struction. He noted that such a proposal will
moving the initiative ahead, as approvals likely include a connection to nearby
proposal, which will chart the path for be balanced against other residential proj-
for the first phase of campus construction Commodore Park, which is the city’s only
development surrounding the video stream- ects nearby, such as the Mills Park develop-
are moving through the planning process dog park but may need additional space to
ing company’s office park. ment along El Camino Real, where 400
concurrent with the specific plan proposal. accommodate an uptick in visitors.
Grogan said the weeks leading up to the units will be built.
Should the documents receive a blessing
meeting will be spent finalizing terms of a More broadly, tying the campus expan-
from officials early next year, Grogan said “There is a housing overlay on parcels
preferred development alternative, which sion into its surrounding community is a
YouTube would soon afterward start its ini- along San Bruno Avenue and the shopping
includes building 2.4 million square feet of key focus for officials who are committed to
tial stage of work on two new buildings pro- center,” said Grogan, who suggested the
office space, as well as retail space, and the assuring the company not isolated from the
posed to house 400,000 square feet of office zoning would allow for construction of
opportunity to build civic amenities, hous- rest of San Bruno.
space. office or retail space on the ground floor
ing, a hotel and open space. In the effort to ensure YouTube and com-
The upcoming discussion will allow offi- Looking beyond the first round of con- with residential units above.
struction, Grogan said the entire buildout Officials will also consider YouTube’s munity work together, Grogan said the
cials to examine plans, likely laying the process is made simpler in collaborating
groundwork for completion of an environ- for the plan addressing the area adjacent to offer to build a civic amenity as part of a
Interstate 380, El Camino Real and San community benefits package. Grogan has with a corporation which maintains the
mental impact report and other planning authority to develop its own land.
documents slated for approval in early Bruno Avenue will likely take the better part said previously discussion of the facility
2020. of two decades. was focused on a new library, as an “I think both YouTube and the city are in
Officials with the video-sharing website Addressing the larger context of the area, amphitheater and other uses were initially excellent positions to work through issues
owned by Google umbrella company Grogan said close attention is paid to assur- weighed but not preferred by officials. and have a specific plan that really speaks
Alphabet have expressed interest in rede- ing the development blends well with its Years ago, officials had discussed building to the larger community and embodies their
surroundings. As a result, the specific plan a new library with funds allocated by the commitment to San Bruno,” he said.

not quite there.”  per gallon before taxes while the agency is 2021 are decidedly different. 

CALTRAIN
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The fare box will bring in roughly $100
million — the bulk of the agency’s $155.1
million in total revenue for fiscal year
currently paying $2. 18 per gallon not
counting tax and the price has been as high
as $2.38 per gallon. 
“Fiscal [year 2021] is absolutely expected
to be more challenging, ” Hansel said.
“Those baseline expenditures just keep
2020. Expenses for that fiscal year are cur- As for the capital budget, the plan is to grinding up and there’s not much we can do
rently pegged at $157.6 million. have each member agency contribute the about that. We do have financial constraints
butions have risen by $4.5 million in the associated with our member agencies so
last year to a total of $29.9 million and “On the expense side we’ll continue to same $7.5 million for a total of $22.5 mil-
work to grind this down,” Hansel said. while we’re very pleased to bring a budget
without those increased contributions then lion which, combined with state and federal
that does significantly increase member
the agency would be facing a roughly $7 Baseline expenses are growing in part grants, brings Caltrain’s capital budget for
agency funding, that’s probably not a
million deficit, according to a staff report. because salaries have increased and the fiscal year 2020 to $42 million. Hansel said
source we can look to in fiscal 21 in any
“The $29.9 million doesn’t quite get us to recently-installed positive train control that number could grow by a couple of mil-
significant way as additional funding.” 
the peak levels just post recession, but it system — a federally mandated safety fea- lion dollars, but even so the capital budget
Hansel also noted Caltrain’s lack of a ded-
certainly is approaching that and I think ture to prevent train collisions — is now is “well short of desired levels.” If member
icated funding source, though that may be
that’s generally a really good news story,” costing the agency an additional $1 million contributions were to return to fiscal year
addressed in 2020 if a proposed sales tax is
Hansel said in fiscal year 2020. That cost is expected to 2018 levels, for example, then critical
placed on the ballot and approved by vot-
He did add that member contribution com- grow significantly the following year.  deferred maintenance projects would not be ers.
mitments are still being finalized.   Hansel said the biggest risk in the operat- possible and Caltrain performance levels
“We’ll be bringing back final proposed
“We’re extremely firm with San Francisco ing budget continues to be the diesel fuel could be affected systemwide, according to budgets for the [board’s] consideration in
and SamTrans and super close to firm with expense. the report.  June and obviously we have a lot of work to
[Santa Clara Valley Transportation “With oil prices grinding up, I’m getting The preliminary budget was applauded by do to think about what 2021 looks like
Authority] I think on both operating and nervous again,” he said. members of the board and public during the because we know it has to look different,”
capital,” he said. “We think we’re close but The preliminary budget assumes $2.10 meeting, but expectations for fiscal year Hansel said.
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A strong Efron, but little


else new in Bundy biopic
By Jocelyn Noveck Bundy murdered — told the don’t, and the aptly named mixed success to address a
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Times: “He proba- “Extremely Wicked, different issue, namely how
bly could have done anything Shockingly Evil, and Vile” Bundy not only used his good
When Ted Bundy died in the he set his mind to do, but doesn’t provide any new looks and boyish demeanor to
electric chair 30 years ago in something happened to him answers. fool those closest to him,
Florida, a witness to the exe- and we still don’t know what Instead, Joe Berlinger’s especially his longtime girl-
cution — a prosecutor in the it was.” film, starring an impressively friend, but how he managed
case of a 12-year-old girl Three decades later, we still scary Zac Efron, tries with See BUNDY, Page 22
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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

THEATREWORKS SILICON VALLEY


TO RECEIVE 2 0 1 9 REGIONAL THE-
ATRE TONY AWARD. TheatreWorks
Silicon Valley will be the recipient of the
2019 Regional Theatre Tony Award, which
carries a grant of $25,000. Charlotte St.
Martin, President of The Broadway League
and Heather Hitchens, President of the
American Theatre Wing, said: “We are
thrilled to present the 2019 Regional
Theatre Tony Award to TheatreWorks
Silicon Valley. The work they produce cele- Retreat programs attract authors and com-
brates the human spirit, they have helped posers of national stature providing an
develop hundreds of vibrant new plays and artistic home in which America’s theatre
musicals that are now being performed in artists can create new works. The company
theaters across America, and they have pio- has developed scores of works which have
neered education programs that inspire gone on to regional, Off-Broadway, and
thousands of students each year, creating Broadway productions. Notably, the Best
future generations of creative artists and Musical Tony Award and Olivier award-win-
enthusiastic audiences. ” The company’s ning “Memphis” was first workshopped and
Founding Artistic Director Robert Kelley received its world premiere at
said: “I am deeply honored to accept the TheatreWorks. TheatreWorks offers myriad KEVIN BERNE
Regional Theatre Tony Award for outreach programs, reaching some 25,000 TheatreWorks Silicon Valley will be the recipient of the 2019 Regional Theatre Tony Award, to
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. I can think of students annually with in-class workshops, be awarded on June 9 at RadioCity Music Hall in New York City. Over the years,TheatreWorks
no better way to begin TheatreWorks’s 50th student matinees, summer camps, the Young has premiered ground-breaking works such as its 2017 production of ‘The Prince of Egypt,’
Anniversary Season than with this highest Playwrights Project, the acclaimed “Oskar” which will open in London’s West End in 2020.
honor, a testament to the passion and imag- school tour which addresses issues such as
bullying, stress and inclusion, the school musical theatre outside of the Los Almaden Blvd. Judges include casting direc-
inative spirit of the artists whose work has Angeles area. Among this year’s nominated tor Michael Donovan, producer, director and
been presented on TheatreWorks’s stages.” Children’s Healing Project at Lucile Packard
Children’s Hospital which serves children schools are Hillsdale High School, San choreographer Andy Ferrara, and Broadway
Kelley, who is launching his 50th and final Mateo High School and Junipero Serra High actress and musical theater professor Tory
season as artistic director, created the com- in long-term care and their siblings, and a
newly piloted theatre program for children School, all in San Mateo, and Sacred Heart Ross Roman. Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and
pany as a new Stanford graduate. Prep Atherton. Peninsula students nominat- Tony Award-winning actress Rita Moreno
Since its founding in 1970, TheatreWorks at Ronald McDonald House. More informa-
tion can be found at ed for awards in a variety of categories are will meet with all the nominees prior to the
Silicon Valley, a non-profit, professional Teagan Reynolds (“Ella” in “Rodgers and ceremony, as well as speak during the cere-
theater company based in Menlo Park, has www.TheatreWorks.org.
*** Hammerstein’s Cinderella”) San Mateo mony. Tickets ($25) for The Rita Moreno
become one of the nation’s leaders in culti- High School; Stefanie Richardson (“Belle” California High School Musical Honors are
vating and producing new musicals and PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOLS AND
STUDENTS ARE NOMINATED FOR in “Beauty and the Beast”) Hillsdale High available at www.ritamorenoawards.com or
plays, developing and presenting 69 World School; Bridget Callahan (“The Wedding (800) 982-ARTS (2787).
Premieres (with the 70th coming up this RITA MORENO CALIFORNIA HIGH
SCHOOL MUSICAL HONORS. The Rita Singer”) Junipero Serra High School; and
season) by new and veteran artists, in addi- Annie Crousore (“Chicago”) Sacred Heart
tion to 167 regional premieres, and hun- Moreno California High School Musical
Prep Atherton. Nominees will compete Susan Cohn is a member of the San Francisco Bay
dreds of works developed in the company’s Honors, Sponsored by Children’s Musical Area Theatre Critics Circle and the American
Theater San Jose and Broadway San Jose, before a panel of nationally recognized Theatre Critics Association. She may be reached at
New Works Initiatives. The company’s judges 7:30 p.m. May 13 at San Jose’s
annual New Works Festival and Writers’ recognize outstanding achievement in high susan@smdailyjournal.com.
Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S.

Peter Mayhew, Chewbacca in People in the news


the ‘Star Wars’ films, dies at 74
the role.
LOS ANGELES — Actor Peter Mayhew, “He put his heart and
who played shaggy, towering Chewbacca in soul into the role of
several of the “Star Wars” films, has died, Chewbacca and it showed
his family said Thursday. He was 74. in every frame of the
Mayhew died at his home in Texas on films,” the family state-
Tuesday, according to a family statement. ment said. “But, to him,
No cause was given. the ‘Star Wars’ family
The 7-foot-3 Mayhew played the beloved meant so much more to
and furry Chewbacca, sidekick to Han Solo
and co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon, in Peter Mayhew him than a role in a
film.”
the original “Star Wars” trilogy. Mayhew developed lifelong friendships
He went on to appear as the Wookiee in with the other “Star Wars” actors and spent
2005’s “Revenge of the Sith” and shared the three decades traveling the world to meet his
part in 2015’s “The Force Awakens” with fans, the statement says.
actor Joonas Suotamo, who later took over

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Music by Revelation!
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With Trump rollback, school lunch could get more white bread
By Candice Choi in South Dakota, students may notice a whole grains would be more nourishing and ignored cultural preferences, such as for flour
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS change with their soup. help cultivate healthy habits amid alarming tortillas in the Southwest or for white rice
“The staff asked right away, ‘Oh my God, obesity rates. among Asian students.
NEW YORK — Is white bread about to make can we go back to the other saltines?”’ said The Center for Science in the Public To ease the transition to whole grains, the
a comeback on school lunch menus? Gay Anderson, a school lunch director and Interest, which is among the parties suing U.S. Department of Agriculture let schools
After complaints of gritty macaroni and president of the School Nutrition over the rollback, notes the standards were apply for temporary waivers to serve select
cardboard pizza crusts, the Trump administra- Association, which represents cafeteria oper- based on the government’s own dietary guide- dishes that didn’t meet the whole-grain rule.
tion rolled back a rule that required foods like ators and suppliers like Domino’s and lines and that most schools were successfully For the last school year, it said about 20 per-
pasta and bread be made with whole grains. Kellogg. meeting them. cent of districts asked permission to serve
The cafeteria directors who lobbied for the The rollback addresses rules on grains, But cafeteria operators said the rule was refined grains that are enriched to add back
change say they just want greater flexibility milk and salt championed by former first lady unrealistic, and that many students are used to some nutrients.
to serve foods like white bread — which are Michelle Obama. the refined grains they eat at home. They said Among the frequently waived foods were
more processed and have less fiber — when Since 2014, schools had been required to costs were higher, cooking was more difficult pasta, pizza, tortillas and biscuits , which
whole grains don’t work. serve only whole grain versions of food as and that students were throwing away more one Georgia lunch official joked affects the
In Vermont, the relaxed rule means white part of the national school lunch program, a food. The School Nutrition Association said “tests scores of rednecks,” according to
rice will be served with beans again. In critical source of free and reduced-price meals it’s more important that children who rely on records obtained by the Associated Press from
Oregon, macaroni and cheese may return. And for millions of children. The idea is that the lunches eat something, and that the rule state agencies.

that her handsome, law-student boyfriend some of his later films in which he’s pure daughter, but he stays — and makes break-

BUNDY
Continued from page 19
could be a savage killer, Berlinger necessar-
ily has to refrain from depicting Bundy’s
crimes, so that perhaps we can fall under the
abs and sexy smiles, in the frat house or on
the beach, are more apt. The actor makes a
fine  career leap into the dark side here,
fast.
Meanwhile, news reports are surfacing of
terrible crimes. We toggle between sweet
same spell she does. We don’t witness his acquitting himself nicely in a role that could and sexy domestic scenes and sobering
sickening violence until the film is nearly have veered into caricature. news footage. As events close in on Bundy,
to seduce some in the media and public — to over. Lily Collins, too, gives a sensitive and we see him make not one but two dramatic
the point where, revoltingly, he had actual The problem is that by then, the approach sympathetic turn as Liz, the vulnerable sin- escapes from jail. Then comes his famous
groupies at his murder trial. is distracting. We all know what Bundy did gle mom who fell in love with Bundy and murder trial in front of TV cameras. In just
Berlinger’s film, based on Liz Kloepfer’s — he confessed to some 30 murders right almost married him. But the actor who one of its bizarre moments, Bundy asks his
memoir “The Phantom Prince: My Life with before his death, blaming pornography for steals the show here is the dry and witty friend Carole Ann to marry him right there
Ted Bundy,” happens to have coincided this his demented fantasies, and is believed to John Malkovich as Judge Edward Cowart, in the courtroom as she’s testifying on his
year with his own docuseries on Bundy, also have committed many more. Yes, Berlinger who uttered the words “extremely wicked, behalf.
on Netflix. It’s clear that the feature film is interested in telling us more about Bundy shockingly evil and vile” in describing the All these events are fascinating — but
benefits from a documentarian’s eye; in fact the serial deceiver than Bundy the serial crimes for which he was sentencing Bundy they’re public record. Suddenly our narra-
it’s the frequent snippets of real-life footage killer. But we don’t learn much revealing to death — but also was disturbingly friend- tive film seems to lose its original focus
that give the movie some of its most inter- about the deception, either. Except that ly, calling him a “bright young man” and and turn into a documentary — polished and
esting moments, and make for a chilling women might be drawn to a guy who looks promising lawyer, and telling him to “take absorbing, but telling us nothing new.
credits sequence in which we see Bundy in like, well, Zac Efron. care of yourself.” Some have argued that the film glorifies
real-life scenes that we’ve just watched Speaking of Efron: The actor, with his By this time, the film has become a court- its subject. It doesn’t, really. But it doesn’t
Efron perform. ultra-clean “High School Musical” image room drama, and we’ve almost forgotten explain him, either. And that leads to anoth-
By telling the story from the perspective still engraved in our pop-culture memories, about Liz. But it starts out as the story of a er question, which is, if there’s nothing
of Kloepfer, who for years refused to believe might seem a counter-intuitive choice, but lonely young woman who meets a flirta- really new to say about Ted Bundy, need we
tious guy in be saying anything?
a bar. She “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and
thinks he Vile,” a Netflix release, is rated R by the
may run Motion Picture Association of America “for
away when disturbing/violent content, some sexuality,
- A Touch of Europe - he sees she’s
got a toddler
nudity and language.” Running time: 110
minutes. Two stars out of four.
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who is a marriage and family therapist,

FRIDAY, MAY 3
Calendar
Author Julayne Lee to speak at San
MONTI
Continued from page 1
has been an inspiration and source of
support as he made a transition to art.
Though he had been bashful initially
Training of Search and Rescue Mateo Public Library. 10:30 a.m. to to share his work, MONTi said posi-
Dogs. 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. San 11:45 a.m. Oak Room, San Mateo tive thinking and the existential cog-
Mateo Sunshine Rotary, 6650 Golf Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San bulging disc injuries kept him from nitive behavioral therapy his wife
Course Drive, Burlingame. Cost $15. Mateo. Free. For more information pursuing his job as a Mill Valley fire-
For more information call 787-5595. call 522-7849. introduced him to has allowed him to
fighter, Montalvo said he finally felt devote himself to art.
Mak ing Your Digital Presence Mother’s Day Crafts: Pop Up like he could explore an interest in art Also devoted to his wife’s two chil-
Work Hard on a Budget. 7:45 a.m. to Flower Card. Noon. Grand Avenue
9 a.m. Crowne Plaza Hotel, 1221 Branch Library, 306 Walnut Ave., and fashion he developed as a child, dren and their two dogs, MONTi said he
Chess Drive, Foster City. Listen to South San Francisco. Free. For more allowing him to experiment with refur- enjoys talking about his art with din-
three experts speak about digital information call 829-3860.
presence. Registration required. For
bishing old furniture, typography and ers at Johnston’s Saltbox, where he
more information call 401-2442. Second Annual Seven Mile House painting, among other art forms. has bartended for some three years. He
Jazz Fest. Noon to midnight 7 Mile
May Free First Friday. 10 a.m. to 4 House, 2800 Bayshore Blvd., Brisbane. “I just started playing with every- credited Sean Johnston and Jennifer
p.m. San Mateo County History Tickets cost $25. All ages are wel- thing, I just dove into it,” he said. “It McAteer Johnston with believing in
Museum, 2200 Broadway, San Mateo. come. For more information call
Free. For more information call 299- (415) 467-2343. was like my schooling.” even if he ends up placing silkscreens his work and displaying it in the
0104. Looming large in almost all of the or painting over them. restaurant they own and operate at
Wild West Days 2019. 12:30 p.m. to
Chinese Brush Paintings by Janny 9:30 p.m. Our Lady of Mount Carmel pieces Montalvo, who goes by “It’s like a ritual for me,” he said. 1696 Laurel St.
Xiaoqin Huang. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. San School, 301 Grand St., Redwood City. MONTi, has shown on the Peninsula is “Even if I paint over it and you can’t Sean Johnston said his wife was first
Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., Carnival rides, game booths, raffles,
San Mateo. Free. For more informa- food and live entertainment. Free. For the likeness of the Angel of the see it, I still do it. It’s almost like ther- drawn to MONTi’s work when she
tion call 522-7811. more information call 475-7995. Resurrection statue sculpted by 19th apy to me, I think about what I’m spotted one of his pieces at a gallery in
KidZ in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South Lily’s Wings Play. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. century Italian artist Giulio going to do with this piece.” Burlingame and was excited to learn
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Sequoia Christian Church, 233 Topaz Monteverde. On large wooden panels Having also shown his work at the the artist behind the piece was one of
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. St., Redwood City. This play is meant no smaller than 4 feet wide and 4 feet their employees. Because the restau-
Recommended for ages 2 to 5. Free. to bring attention to human traffick- Pacific Art League in Palo Alto and at
For more information call 829-3860. ing. Tickets are ‘pay as you will.’ For tall, the angel is featured prominently, galleries in San Francisco, MONTi rant’s decor makes sparing use of
more information call 701-3873. oftentimes layered over or under phras- said he is often asked about the focus color, some of MONTi’s neutral-toned
Moving San Mateo County
For ward: Affordable Housing Getting to K now YouTube. 1:30 es such as “memento mori,” Latin for on the Angel of the Resurrection statue and black-and-white pieces have com-
Week. 12:30 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Merced p.m. to 3 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 “remember you will die,” and “do not in his nearly 20 pieces. Having attend- plemented the space well and are fre-
Room 145, Lake Merced Blvd., Daly Library Ave., Millbrae. Everything
City. Moderated by Xiomara Cisneros needed to get started with this pop- deny me.” ed Catholic school for 12 years in quently photographed by diners, noted
of the Bay Area Council. For more ular video-sharing website. For more MONTi credits his interest in fash- Berkeley, MONTi said the image is Johnston.
information call 204-5634. information call 697-7607.
ion and early use of several media with prevalent in his childhood memories. “We love it,” he said. “It kind of fits
Wild West Days 2019. 3:30 p.m. to Green Clean: Do-It-Yourself Non- defining his layered approach to his For him, the angel is more than just into the vibe we have here.”
9:30 p.m. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Toxic Cleaning Products. 2 p.m. an icon and can tell the stories of exis-
School, 301 Grand St., Redwood City. South San Francisco Main Library, pieces, which are currently being MONTi said he has plans to show his
Carnival rides, game booths, raffles, 840 W. Orange Ave., South San shown at California Art Supply tential psychiatrist Irvin Yalom’s four work in Los Angeles and New York this
food and live entertainment. Free. For Francisco. Learn fun techniques for a Company at 3600 S. El Camino Real “givens” of the human condition,
more information call 475-7995. pest and mold-free home. Free, regis- fall, and looked forward to sharing his
tration required. For more informa- in San Mateo and Johnston’s Saltbox which MONTi said include isolation, work with an even larger audience.
CuriOdyssey’s First Friday Family tion call 829-3860. in San Carlos, where he also works as meaninglessness, mortality and free- Though he acknowledged the chal-
Night. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey, dom. Though some have seen dark
1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. San Carlos Kiwanis Club Variety a bartender two nights a week. Many of lenge of balancing his work, family
Play, puzzle, navigate, create and Show ‘Swing, Jazz and the pieces are also finished with sever- themes in his work, MONTi views his and the time he spends in his garage
build inside STEM Odyssey. Cost Razzmatazz.’ 2 p.m. Central Middle signature phrase “memento mori” as a
$8.50 to $13.50. For more informa- School Auditorium, 757 Cedar St., al layers of resin, which lends them a bringing new pieces to life, he said he
tion call 342-7755. San Carlos. Cost is $15 to $30. For shine that can mask the texture of the reminder to live in the moment and cre- hoped to keep his art at the center of
more information call 207-5164. cardstock, paint and diamond dust ate one’s own reality.
Free Wine Tasting at Main Gallery.
his life.
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The Main ‘A Million Dreams’ Choral Concert. MONTi often uses in his pieces. “You are what you make yourself, “You have to be dedicated, you have
Gallery, 1018 Main St., Redwood City. 3:30 p.m. Transfiguration Episcopal
MONTi said he has begun each new you make your own reality,” he said. to live it and breathe it,” he said.
Free for 21+. For more information Church 3900 Alameda de las Pulgas
call 823-9776. San Mateo. Seats are padded. project with at least one layer of card- “Basically, I’m doing that right now.” “You’ve got to put it out there, you
Reception with cookies afterwards.
stock strips reading “do not deny me,” MONTi said his wife Pinar Matles, can’t be bashful.”
First Friday: Zine Fest. 6 p.m. to 8 Cost is $20. For more information call
p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 268-8345.
Primrose Road, Burlingame.
for her before taking her to another arrived around noon, Benelli had left

BENELLI
Featuring zine artists, many with R aíces de Mèxico presents
themes that revolve around civic Nuestras Raíces. 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. room, according to prosecutors. the business but came back when the
action and live music. Free. For more McKinley Institute of Technology
information call 558-7400. Auditorium, 400 Duane St., Redwood Benelli allegedly told her to turn owners called him, according to prose-
City. Watch the annual year-end bal- around and jump up and down, and as cutors.
San Carlos K iwanis Club Variety let folklorico recital and cultural Continued from page 1
Show ‘Swing, Jazz and fundraising event where students the girl followed his directions she Benelli allegedly tried to delete
Razzmatazz.’ 7 p.m. Central Middle will showcase the different dance saw he was taking photos of her. When some photos on his phone when the
School Auditorium, 757 Cedar St., regions they learned this year. charges Thursday, according to prose- she asked him what he was doing, deputies asked to see it, and the
San Carlos. Cost is $15 to $30. For Traditional Mexican food and snacks cutors.
more information call 207-5164. available for purchase. Cost is $15. Benelli allegedly told her to turn deputies allegedly found photos of the
For more information call 429-8930. Benelli was allegedly working at the around again before telling her there girl from behind among the phone’s
MagicFlutes Flute Orchestra Pump It Up Bounce House when he was a dead bug on her butt and brushing deleted photos, according to prosecu-
Annual Spring Concert: ‘A Concert Concert and Sing-along. 6:30 p.m.
for Young People, and the Young at to 8:30 p.m. Molloy’s Tavern, 1655 encountered a girl who had come to the it off, according to prosecutors. tors.
Hear t.’ 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. St. Peter’s Mission Road, South San Francisco. birthday party venue at 1303 Elmer St. The girl allegedly left the room and Out of custody on a $350,000 bail
Music for all ages. For more informa-
Catholic Church, 700 Oddstad Blvd.,
tion call 544-3623. with her nanny April 1. He allegedly immediately told her nanny about the bond, Benelli will next appear in court
Pacifica. Cost is $15 to $20. For more
information call 207-8862. approached the girl saying she had a incident, who called police. When San July 11 for preliminary hearing,
San Carlos Kiwanis Club Variety scratch and they would find a Band-Aid
San Mateo High’s Dance Show. 7:30 Show ‘Swing, Jazz and Mateo County sheriff’s deputies according to prosecutors.
p.m. San Mateo Performing Arts Razzmatazz.’ 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Central
Center, 600 N. Delaware Ave., San Middle School Auditorium, 757
Mateo. Choreographer Robyn Tribuzi Cedar St., San Carlos. Cost is $15 to
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levels/types): Gaming marketing #123, San Mateo CA 94402 prototype, and build new features for statement #280981
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functions, brands, agencies, and geogra- (135576n) Engage in all stages of a business is conducted by a Corporation.
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sumer marketing campaigns for some of Facebook’s products. Mail resume to: transact business under their FBN on /s/Gabriel Labrado/
Facebook’s most important brand sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2019. (Publish-
Facebook, Inc. Attn: AA-USIM, 1 Hacker ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, NA. This statement was filed with the Asses-
moments. marketing operations Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025. Must refer- 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). /s/Ana Mendoza De Ramos/ sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish-
associate (135932n) Own Facebook ence job title & job code shown above, This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Ads campaign execution and drive day- when applying. sor-County Clerk on 4/18/2019. (Publish- 5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19).
to-day operations in the channel, han- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
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time. product marketing strategy & FiCtitioUs BUsiness name statement #280968
planning manager (12063n) Contribute statement #280976
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to the semi-annual planning process, FiCtitioUs BUsiness name as: Hong Kong Portuguese Association
conducting critical financial analyses and 203 public notices as: Barterra Winery, 643 Main Street,
Unit A, HALF MOON BAY, CA 94019.
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statement #280953
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The following person is doing business Owner: Despina Sahouria, same ad- business is conducted by an Individual.
as: 1)KTSF TV26 2)KTSF TV, 100 Valley trants commenced to transact business
under the FBN on N/A. dress. The business is conducted by an The registrants commenced to transact
Drive, BRISBANE, CA 94005 Regis- Individual. The registrants commenced business under their FBN on April 11,
tered Owner: Lincoln Television, Inc. The /s/Paul Minoletti/
This statement was filed with the Asses- to transact business under their FBN on 2019.
business is conducted by a Limited Part- NA.
nership. The registrants commenced to sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish- /s/Nuno Prata da Cruz/
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/s/Lincoln C. Howell/ sor-County Clerk on 4/22/2019. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19).
sor-County Clerk on 4/9/2019. (Publish- 5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19, 5/24/19).
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19). FiCtitioUs BUsiness name
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NeW, siNger Sewing Machine Univer- 14-1000-pcs puzzles $3.00 ea. eNglish draW Table, $50 Solid Wood siNk dOuble cast iron. Good condi- Tires-seT OF four P225 45 R18 $80
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- (650)207-4162 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 OBO (650)359-2238. WOrk bOOTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
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good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 eThaN alleN sofa and love seat. Blue
multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- aNNe kleiN silver-tone watch with uNideN harley Davidson Gas Tank
727-7266. jump aNd Play Keyboard brand new, in or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485
318 sports equipment
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. stering. Free. (650)593-7001. al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371
u.s. raNge Co. 36" commercial range Walker - Good Condition - Like New - big berTha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
(1984 model) w/large single oven. 4 sTar Wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- $35 (650)341-5347 ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
burners, broiler,12x24 griddle. Black with $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. 308 Tools (415)999-4474
s/s backsplash, shelf. Works, clean, no
missing parts. Orig. owner, home use on- 302 antiques ikea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x aNTique irON Hand Drills. 3 available 311 musical instruments braNd NeW Golf bag with Stand.
ly. U-haul. $650 Call Mark 650-207-0882. 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
1929 aNTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- No Texting.
beer sTeiNs-OrigiNal from Germa- ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
vacuum cleaNer (reconditioned) ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info ikea Table, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower with
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 $ 30. (650)598-9804. Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. (650)742-6776. braNd NeW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
(650)592-7483
(650)771-6324. Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
iNFlaTable cOlemaN queen size
297 bicycles mattress-56"x75". Includes air pump, craFTsmaN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
chrOmaTic harmONica: Horner
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
mahOgaNy aNTique Secretary desk, sheets and mattress pad. $25 (650)654- dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 (650)278-5776.
adulT bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal- 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- easTON alumiNum bat.33 inches, 30
9252 oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. lg craFTsmeN shop vac 6.5hp $60
mahOgaNy Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W (510)943-9221 epiphONe les Paul Custom Prophecy everlasT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
child’s schWiNN bicycle, blue in rOseville Tulip Pitcher, Ca: 1900. x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. $45. (650)574-2490. 3709 shOpsmiTh mark V 50th Anniversary (650)421-5469.
most attachments. $1,500/OBO. guThy-reNker pOWer Rider,Ever-
mOuNTaiN bike new 21 gears $100. (650)504-0585
(650)722-3634 303 electronics maTTress, TWiN long, excellent condi- evereTT uprighT antique piano. last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. erciser $20 (510)770-1976
viNTage craFTsmaN Jig Saw. Circa
mOuNTaiN bike. Top brand. Runs Free TelevisiON - Mitsubishi, 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
good. $39. (660)342-5220 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not NeW deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- huge ludWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle kNee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
298 collectibles Delivery available. Sell! (650) 875-8159. 310 misc. For sale Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 leaTher gOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
(650) 592-2648.
(916)975-4969
ONkyO av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital Niagara vibraTiNg Adjustable bed 500-600 big Band-era 78's--most mint,
15 lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan piaNO-aNdreW kOhler, Mahogany, meN's rOssigNOl Skis. $95.00,
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 good condition, (650)341-0282.
gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and (408)656-0958 Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
bessy small Evening Hand Bag With (415)334-1980 ONe dOzeN Official League Diamond
phillips-50” cOlOr T.v., Heavy, $99 queeN sOFa Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
1984 Time magazine. Special 1994 (650)591-8062 Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, (650)771-6324.
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg call (650)697-3709 biFOld shuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00 player piaNO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu-
(650)588-0842 . (650)544-5306 sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 TOTal gym XLS, excellent condition.
304 Furniture www.elo.deals Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie reTrO huTch Needs refinishing other- blue OysTer cult lp signed by donald (650)588-0828
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. aNTique diNiNg table for six people wise good condition. Top detaches from r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash spiNeT piaNO + Bench, $50. Call
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 bottom $25. (650)712-9962 (408)661-6019 (650)589-1407 viNTage Nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
viNTage auTOpiaNO upright player ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
apprOx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer aNTique mOhagaNy Bookcase. Four sOFa-beige Fabric, Orig. $900, cash regisTer Parts; Much Skin Not 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 Guts $500 (415)269-4784 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- message or email flycsir@hotmail.com
4162 (650)234-8218 WOrkOuT beNch, weights, bars, for
bedsTead siNgle, poster style, box cOscO play Pen with travel bag. Used flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
spring, mattress available. $40.00. once $35 (650)591-2981 WurliTzer uprighT piano. Fair con-
cOllecTable cabbage Patch Kids sOlid WOOd Dining table with exten- dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595 (650)861-2411
(650)593-7408 sion great piece great condition black
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New cuT glass serving bowl 8" diameter
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 $80 (650)364-5263 yamaha rOOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
(650) 572-8895
beige sOFa $99. Excellent Condition $25. Call 650-921-4016 312 pets & animals (650)458-3255
(650) 315-2319 sOlid WOOd Entertainment Center- deluxe FOlder Walker - 5" wheels -
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In ONe keNNel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
depressiON glass Dining Plate. 8 buNk beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. 340 camera & photo equip.
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or (650)593-2066
$12 (650)762-6048 B/O (650)685-2494 X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o drive 3-Wheel buggy $45. Call NikON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
(925)482-5742 (650)589-1407 lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
games OF the 23rd Olympiad maga- chiNa cabiNeT Wallet, $20. Call parrOT cage, Steel, Large - approx
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- (650)589-1407 Table 24"x48" folding legs each end. Free magaziNes. Library discards 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best Omega b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
0842 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost year old ones. Wide variety. Good for offer. (650)245-4084 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
chOcOlaTe brOWN living room chair $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
leNNOx red Rose, Unused, hand with cushion. In excellent condition, $60.
Call 650-872-2371. ThOmasville diNiNg table, $50 4 Free: Wild turkey feathers; whole 316 clothes
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, viviTar v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
chairs, mid-century blonde with two wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. leaves call (650)697-3709. fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark brOWN sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
cOmpuTer desk (glass) & chair. Like new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371 (650)583-6636
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or (650)207-0882
miller liTe Neon sign , work good Tiki bar - Original from the 60’s,Like
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$59 call (650)218-6528 Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 haT, T-shirT, sweatshirt and comput- FaNcy high heel shoes, never worn 345 medical equipment
(650)245-4234. erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
Old, aNTique, Bottle Collection: 20 cOmpuTer desk with 3 side drawers .
bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask adjusTable baTh shower transfer
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or liONel chrisTmas Holiday expan- bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
TWiN bed, mattress, box spring, frame sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi
ONe cOllecTiON of antique Cuban leave message color in excellent condition 3/4
Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No $ 50. (650)598-9804. cOmmOde, very clean and disinfect-
liONel WesTerN Union Pass car and length $50 (650)692-8012 ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
Texting. cOmpuTer sWivel CHAIR. Padded dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with ested. (650)745-6309
drawers and pull-down desk call kayaNO meN’s Running shoes size 11
small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- mOTley crue lp signed by neil lee good condition $20 (650)520-7045
4162 desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. (650)697-3709 drive 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
(650)458-3578 kNee-high black women's boots,
sTemmed crysTal. 3 styles. 13 used bedrOOm Furniture, FREE. Call NegriNi FeNciNg Epee mask size M (510)770-1976
(650)573-7381. size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
pieces. Pattern: "Catherine". & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
$45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839 diNiNg chairs -Six Antique, drive deluxe two button walker $10
Wall uNiT/rOOm Divider. Simple (415)260-6940 (510)770-1976
Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 ladies sequiN dress, blue, size XL,
(650)888-2662 lines. Breaks down for transportation.
TOpps baseball complete set 1987 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message Old b&l Microscope in good condition; pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 radiaTiON prOTecTiON 1/2-apron
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
4474 WalNuT chesT, small (4 drawer with meN's sTeTsON hat, size large, new, ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
diNiNg rOOm Table-Antique,Oak, ray-baN TOp Bar Sunglasses rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
5chairs, w/ extension $200 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 7742.
TWO 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- (650) 578-9208
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for (650)290-3188 WhiTe Wicker Armoire, asking $100, wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- Walker/rOlaTOr. NeW. large, bas-
both. Steve (650)518-6614 great condition, text for picture (650)571- weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- shOes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
0947 6596 (650)508-8662 size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
viNTage sTemWare: 3 styles, 23 diNiNg Table (36"x54") and 4 match- (650)727-7266
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for rOllerblades, used, size 10. $20 TuxedO size 40, black, including white
$250 .(650)-654-1930. WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 obo. Please call (650)745-6309 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
299 computers diNiNg Table - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT samsONiTe 26" tan hard-sided suit WeddiNg dress-desigNer, Size 12,
Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel-
lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012.
306 housewares case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
$45. (650)328-6709
Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
for $500 Call (650)867-1728
19" cOlOr Monitor with stand VG con-
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Garage Sales 440 Apartments 620 Automobiles 620 Automobiles 635 Vans 670 Auto Service
1072 huntinGton Ave, San Bruno, toyotA ’96 Tercel Original owner, toyotA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con-
near BART; 2 Bed 1 Bath. Rent $3,200. don’t lose money 30mpg, original paint/Interior, will not dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K SMoG CheCk
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450 homes for rent $9,800 (650)302-5523 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
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CAdillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado
(650) 995-0003 704 N. San Mateo Dr., San Mateo

garage sale, Auto Classifieds. 44,632 original miles. Needs body work MotorCyCle SAddleBAGS, 650-458-6666
moving sale, 2 Bedroom 1 bath and headliner $2,475 OBO (650)218-
4681.
with mounting hardware and other parts
$35. Call (650)670-2888.
house on a quiet Just $45
estate sale, We’ll run it 645 Boats 670 Auto Parts
yard sale, cul-de-sac in Belmont. CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard
‘til you sell it! Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000
obo. (650)952-4036. 1960S CAdillAC hub caps $40
rummage sale, BoAt- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5
(650)592-3887
clearance sale, or $3800.00/Month reach 83,450 drivers CheVy ‘86 CorVette. Automatic.
HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
(650) 591-5404.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800 BridGeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
whatever sale you from South Sf to obo. (650) 952-4036. MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re- $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
have... Available the middle of Palo Alto built and re-finished. Boat and Motor. used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
May. Call (650)344-5200
CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50k
MileS. New upgrades; best offer.
20K obo. (650)851-0878.
CheVy/GMC 1994. Full size. Front
ads@smdailyjournal.com (415)602-8480. Mr. Roberts. SeA rAy 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
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Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
from South San Francisco MerCedeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top.
to Palo Alto. 650-483-3694 Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851-
650 rVs
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in your local newspaper. Auto AuCtion complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
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Call (650)344-5200 650-756-3394 Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint, 36 ft, Excellent Condition. $35,000.
650-349-3087. White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
470 rooms $13,900 (650)303-4257. Leave msg.
P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT MuStAnG ’73- All Original: Miles 300, 670 Auto Service
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379 open houses (650)348-6660 miles, $7,500. (650)302-5523
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Iraq is tested in era of climate change


By Philip Issa water policies to prepare for more extreme
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS weather events, though the rains this year
pose a policy dilemma as unpredictable cli-
YOUSSIFIYAH, Iraq — After years of mea- mate stresses may lead to both droughts and
ger rains and scorching summers, the floods.
wettest winter in a generation has revived “This will be a very important lesson for
Iraq’s famous rivers and filled its lakes, us in the next year, and the coming years,”
bringing welcome relief to a country facing Abdul-Mahdi told a press conference in
severe water challenges in the era of climate April
change. Outside the town of Buhriz in eastern
The rains have restored freshwater marsh- Diyala province, where Sirwan River flows
es of southern Iraq — a region some schol- into Iraq from neighboring Iran, Nouri
ars see as the biblical Garden of Eden — and Kudaier waded through his waterlogged cit-
transformed lands once parched for water rus grove to see what he could salvage of
into fields of grain and cereal. this season’s harvest.
But the deluge has also tested a country “We’re asking for compensation from the
more familiar with droughts than downpours government for the damage,” Kudaier said.
and raised questions about whether Iraq’s “It’s our only source of livelihood.”
20th century infrastructure can adapt to an Iraq has not seen as much precipitation in
unpredictable, 21st century climate. a single winter since 1988, according to the
Swelled by local rains and snowmelt from Ministry of Water Resources, which report-
Turkey and Iran, both the Tigris and ed 47 billion cubic meters of water in the
Euphrates and their many tributaries burst country’s reservoirs. That’s three times
their banks and flooded plains and cities in what was there at the same time last year,
REUTERS
Iraq, despite the country’s considerable net- when water levels were so dire that the gov-
ernment banned farmers from growing sea-
Iraqis ride their boats as they collect reeds at the Chebayesh marsh in Dhi Qar province, Iraq.
works of dams and canals. And despite a
trend toward a hotter and drier climate, an sonal crops during the summer months.
unseasonably chilly April and high humidi- In Youssifiyah, a farming region just
ty damaged crops on the farmlands around south of Baghdad, canals that were empty
Baghdad. last year are flush with water, and wells that
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi called it were dug 79 feet deep now come up with
imperative to revamp infrastructure and water at a depth of just 20 feet.
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