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Tuesday • May 7, 2019 • XIX, Edition 219

Report: Affordable housing money needed

State and federal funds needed to help fight county’s growing affordability crisis
By Austin Walsh market units. scarcity of available local afford- Matt Schwartz, president and As part of that effort, Schwartz
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF The housing able housing options to a dearth CEO of the California Housing advocated for lowering the voter
needs report of state and federal funds. Partnership, said empowering approval threshold for passing tax
San Mateo County is still far r e l e a s e d To close the gap, the report calls local residents will go far to measures from the current super-
short of the affordable housing Monday, May for the resurrection of redevelop- improving the quality of life majority requirement to 55%,
needed to help those getting 6, by the ment funds and lowering the voter throughout the Peninsula. which he said would make it easier
priced out of the area, according to California approval threshold for tax meas- “Give the county the ability. So to raise money for local affordable
a report calling on lawmakers to H o u s i n g ures to increase the authority of if its residents want to create more housing development.
make financing more easily Part n ers h i p local agencies in raising money for local funding sources, they can do
attainable for building below- Matt Schwartz links the affordable housing development. it in a reasonable way,” he said. See MONEY, Page 18


David Colgin, Kim Luckhurst, Chris Colgin and Patty Blome when they met
in the Bay Area in late April, just weeks after they discovered Blome is their

Peninsula family
connecting with
long-lost siblings
DNA database reveals siblings share
mother and sparks joyous reunion
REUTERS By Anna Schuessler that — having
U.S.Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and his Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer arrive for a group photo DAILY JOURNAL STAFF recently sub-
session after their meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing, China. mitted a DNA
For more than four decades, sample to

Trade threats grow

Redwood City resident Chris An ces t ry. co m,
Colgin thought of himself as the Luckhurst found
oldest child in his family of five, out through the
about a year older than his sister website she had
Kim Luckhurst and five years older a high probabil-
than his brother David Colgin. Rob Jaeger ity of being
US plans to hike tariffs Friday, says China broke promises But a text message the 47-year-
old chiropractor received from
closely related
to Patty Blome, a 50-year-old
By Paul Wiseman ther U.S. Trade The U.S. officials said that at Luckhurst in March changed all of
See FAMILY, Page 19
and Joe McDonald Representative 12:01 a.m. Eastern time Friday,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS R o b e r t the administration will raise the

Beijing of “reneging” on commit-
ments it made in earlier talks, the
Lighthizer nor
Tr e a s u r y
Secret ary
S t e v e n
tariffs from 10% to 25%. President
Donald Trump had announced
those plans via Twitter on Sunday,
expressing frustration with the
Burlingame introduces
nation’s top trade negotiator said
Monday that the Trump adminis-
tration will increase tariffs on Donald Trump of
M n u c h i n
offered details
pace of negotiations. The hit list
includes such varied products as
baseball gloves, vacuum cleaners
new climate action plan
$200 billion in Chinese goods
Friday, a sharp escalation in a
alleged back-
sliding, and there was no immedi-
and burglar alarms.
The reiteration Monday of the Vision designed to make community
yearlong trade dispute.
At the same time, a Chinese
ate response from Beijing.
Mnuchin said Trump officials
president’s threat from high-level
Trump officials reinforced the
more sustainable and energy efficient
trade delegation is expected to learned over the weekend that administration’s determination to By Austin Walsh community, Burlingame officials
arrive in Washington to resume Chinese officials “were trying to put Beijing on the defensive. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF started addressing policy outlin-
negotiations on Thursday, a day go back on some of the language” By threatening to raise taxes on ing a commitment to protecting
later than originally planned. that had been negotiated in 10 ear- Weighing the potential tolls of
At a briefing with reporters, nei- lier rounds of talks. See TRADE, Page 27 development and an evolving See CLIMATE, Page 18
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Thought for the Day

“Be a philosopher but, amid all
your philosophy be still a man.”
— David Hume, Scottish philosopher

This Day in History

Germany signed an unconditional sur-

1945 render at Allied headquarters in

Rheims, France, ending its role in
World War II.
In  1 7 6 3 ,   Pontiac, chief of the Ottawa Indians, attempt-
ed to lead a sneak attack on British-held Fort Detroit, but
was foiled because the British had been tipped off in
In  1 7 8 9 , America’s first inaugural ball was held in New
York in honor of President George Washington, who had
taken the oath of office a week earlier.
In 1 9 1 5 , a German U-boat torpedoed and sank the British
liner RMS Lusitania off the southern coast of Ireland,
killing 1,198 people, including 128 Americans, out of
the nearly 2,000 on board.
In  1 9 3 9 , Germany and Italy announced a military and
political alliance known as the Rome-Berlin Axis.
In  1 9 4 5 , the 1944 Pulitzer Prizes were awarded; winners
included John Hersey for his novel “A Bell for Adano,”
Mary Chase for her play “Harvey,” and Associated Press
photographer Joe Rosenthal for his picture of the Iwo REUTERS
Jima flag-raising. Pakistani Muslims attend an evening mass prayer session called ‘tarawih’ to mark the fasting month of Ramadan along the
In  1 9 5 4 ,   the 55-day Battle of Dien Bien Phu in Vietnam road in Karachi, Pakistan.
ended with Vietnamese insurgents overrunning French
In  1 9 6 3 , the United States launched the Telstar 2 com-
In other news ...
munications satellite. Shell shock: Turtle flies into loper — nicknamed Fred — can expect Forness estimates about 287,000
In  1 9 7 5 , President Gerald R. Ford formally declared an free board and lodgings for life, because tickets were sold this year.
end to the “Vietnam era.” In Ho Chi Minh City — former-
car windshield on highway European Union rules forbid him from
ly Saigon — the Viet Cong celebrated its takeover. CONWAY, S.C. — A South Carolina being released back into the wild. Just the feces: Kentucky Derby
In  1 9 8 4 , a $180 million out-of-court settlement was driver got a case of shell shock after a Under a 2015 EU directive, raccoons winner poop on sale for $200
announced in the Agent Orange class-action suit brought turtle flying through the air on a busy are considered an invasive alien species
by Vietnam veterans who said they’d been injured by highway shattered his windshield. that might pose a threat to European GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Are you inter-
exposure to the defoliant. John Gardner said the rear tire on a plants and animals. ested in a $200 jar of poop from 1997
In  1 9 9 2 , the latest addition to America’s space shuttle truck near him hit the turtle Tuesday Wild raccoons in Europe are the Kentucky Derby winner Silver Charm?
fleet, Endeavour, went on its first flight. afternoon on U.S. Highway 501 near descendants of animals that escaped If so, the jars by Kentucky for Kentucky
Conway and flung the reptile into his from fur farms decades ago. went on sale May 1. The Lexington
In  1 9 9 8 , the parent company of Mercedes-Benz agreed
windshield. Fred is unlikely to produce offspring, Herald-Leader reports artist Coleman
to buy Chrysler Corp. for more than $37 billion.
He says he had no time to react to what however. EU rules dictate he’ll have to Larkin is the mastermind behind the
was just a “big, black dot coming at be castrated. expensive crap.
Birthdays me.” Sales from the “Derby Turds” will go
WBTW-TV reported the impact was so Single winner of Alaska ice-melt toward Old Friends Farm in Georgetown,
a thoroughbred retirement facility
severe that it killed the turtle and both guessing game announced Silver Charm calls home. The newspa-
drivers stopped.
The turtle ended up lodged in Gardner’s ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Nenana Ice per says supply of the resin-coated feces
windshield and he has been told it will Classic organizers have announced this is limited.
cost $2,000 to repair the glass and dam- year’s winner for the guessing contest.
aged windshield wipers. Ice Classic manager Cherrie Forness Two killed, no arrest in Los
Gardner says he was covered in glass says Anchorage resident Patricia Andrew Angeles hit-and-run crash
shards but not hurt. was the only person to guess the exact
time the ice officially went out on the LOS ANGELES — Police are search-
Rock musician Bill Actress Traci Lords Actor Breckin Raccoon moves into German Tanana River in Nenana. That happened ing for a motorist who ran from the
Kreutzmann is 73. is 51. Meyer is 45. at 12:21 a.m. April 14, the earliest in scene of a hit-and-run crash that killed
zoo; keepers can’t expel it the contest’s 102-year history. two men in Los Angeles.
Rhythm-and-blues singer Thelma Houston is 76. Actress
BERLIN — A wild raccoon has moved The jackpot is $311,652. Forness Officer Mike Lopez says a truck
Robin Strasser is 74. Singer-songwriter Bill Danoff is 73.
into Heidelberg Zoo in Germany and says Andrew will receive $224,389.44 slammed into another vehicle around
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is 72. Rock musician Prairie Prince is 1:15 a.m. Sunday in the Highland Park
keepers can’t kick him out. after federal taxes are withheld. There is
69. Movie writer-director Amy Heckerling is 67. Actor neighborhood north of downtown.
German daily Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung no listing for Andrew in Anchorage. She
Michael E. Knight is 60. Rock musician Phil Campbell
reported Friday that zoo staff recently could not be reached for comment. Lopez says both occupants of the
(Motorhead) is 58. Country musician Rick Schell is 56. Rock
discovered the uninvited guest inside The payout will be made June 1. vehicle that was struck died at the scene.
singer-musician Chris O’Connor (Primitive Radio Gods) is 54.
the raccoon enclosure, where he seemed Each year, people buy tickets to guess They were described only as men in their
Actor Morocco Omari is 49. Singer Eagle-Eye Cherry is 48.
to be getting along fine with the seven when a tripod mounted on the frozen 20s.
Rock musician Matt Helders (Arctic Monkeys) is 33. Actress-
original residents. Tanana River will fall over as ice on the Lopez says the driver of the truck fled
comedian Aidy Bryant is 32. Actor Taylor Abrahamse is 28.
Actor Alexander Ludwig is 27. Actress Dylan Gelula is 25. The newspaper reported that the inter- river breaks up. on foot.


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San Bruno considers Crestmoor development Police reports
En garde
By Austin Walsh around the units built by the San Mateo
County Community College District, which Someone stole temporary fencing on
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Comment on Spring Street in Redwood City, it was
or share this story at offers nearly 100 units for teachers through-
San Bruno city officials will receive their out the county. reported at 7:54 a.m. Thursday, May 2. As it relates, the community college dis-
initial opportunity to weigh the local high
school district’s interest in redeveloping a trict recently received approval from San
portion of a former campus into a new resi- well as other benefits, according to a city Bruno officials to develop more teacher REDWOOD CITY
dential project. report. housing on the Skyline College campus. Pe t t y t he f t . Someone stole items on
The San Bruno Planning Commission “Though no particular use is guaranteed or And San Bruno Park Elementary School Broadway, it was reported at 8:45 p.m.
will examine Tuesday, May 7, the San anticipated, the sale or lease of this surplus District officials are also considering sell- Thursday, May 2.
Mateo Union High School District’s vision school site would provide opportunities for ing old surplus property which could be Vandal i s m. Someone broke a pump and
for converting the former Crestmoor High housing development in San Bruno to meet redeveloped into additional housing as refused to pay for it before leaving in an
School into a residential development. its regional housing needs, be developed as well, according to the report. unknown vehicle on El Camino Real, it was
The project is proposed by school offi- open space for San Bruno residents, and/or As it relates to the process ahead, the city reported at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, May 2.
cials who are seeking to sell a portion of the be developed for recreation, education or report notes a separate and more thorough Sho pl i ft. A man, on a white bike, with
40-acre campus to finance construction of other community needs,” according to the environmental review is anticipated should gray and black hair in a red hat stole items
housing for teachers struggling to afford the report. the property be sold. School officials have on El Camino Real, it was reported at 1:03
cost of living locally. Regarding the anticipated open space yet to make a final decision on the fate of p.m. Thursday, May 2.
School officials recently approved declar- which could be offered at the site, school the property. Sho pl i ft. A couple stole food on Jefferson
ing the property as surplus land, which is a officials have expressed a willingness to But going into the upcoming meeting, Avenue then fled on foot, it was reported at
pivotal step in the potential process of sell- preserve the community soccer fields at the city staff indicates the initial proposal for 9:56 a.m. Thursday, May 2.
ing or leasing the site. The issue now falls site should the residential development ulti- the site is in alignment with the expected Grand theft. Someone stole items on
to city officials, who will consider the mately move ahead. development standards for the area. Stafford Street, it was reported at 8:54 a.m.
development’s fit with San Bruno’s zoning To make the project feasible according to In other business at the meeting, commis- Thursday, May 2.
policy. the city’s development standards, school sioners will also discuss proposed street
At the upcoming meeting, planning com- officials have examined low-density devel- improvements to San Mateo Avenue in SAN BRUNO
missioners are tasked with determining opment, which would align with the sur- downtown San Bruno. Officials are expected Fo und pro perty. Someone left an iPhone
whether the proposal for the school at 300 rounding neighborhood comprised of pri- to focus on input received during a commu- under the front door mat at the San Bruno
Piedmont Ave. conforms with the city’s marily single-family homes. nity outreach campaign seeking input on Police Department on Huntington Avenue,
general plan. Should the project move ahead, city ways to beautify the core commercial dis- it was reported at 11:33 p.m. Sunday, May
The campus is currently occupied by the staffers are recommending school officials trict. 5.
district’s continuation school, which is also work with affordable housing develop- Recommendations led to designs of parks Di s turbance. A man was blocked from
expected to move to Burlingame soon. Once ers to assure some of the units are offered at and plazas, new signs, paseo construction entering a campaign party after harassing
the campus is vacated, officials are looking a below-market rate. and other infrastructure fixes as well as ways guests on San Mateo Avenue while carrying
for new ways to leverage the campus which In initial discussions of the district’s to improve the character of the street. a black backpack and wearing a black
was last used as comprehensive school in vision, officials have said teacher housing leather jacket, it was reported at 6:46 p.m.
1980. Officials have considered selling the financed by the project would be kept The San Bruno Planning Commission Sunday, May 5.
school property to a residential developer affordable, to develop a talent retention and meets 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 7, in the senior Ro bbery . Two males stole items valued at
to pay for construction of the affordable attraction mechanism for the school sys- center, 1555 Cry stal Springs Road, San over $400 on El Camino Real, it was report-
teacher housing, though details of the pro- tem. Bruno. ed at 6:31 p.m. Sunday, May 5.
posal are still being refined. District offi- Previous surveys of district staff showed
cials are also exploring the idea of teacher many teachers are concerned with the cost
housing at Mills High School in Millbrae. of living locally and many of those who
Initial indications from city staff are that live elsewhere face long, burdensome com-
the site is suitable for residential develop- mutes to work each day.
ment, as it could accommodate the commu- High school district officials have largely
nity’s need for additional housing units as modeled their proposal for teacher housing

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Local briefs
Deputies looking for man San Bruno man behind bars
who exposed himself to girls
Police are on the lookout for a man who exposed himself
to two girls on the 800 block of Mosswood Lane in
Millbrae Sunday night.
for alleged rape and peeping
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT ecutors. security camera peeping into the home
At approximately 6:42 p.m., the San Mateo County Chow allegedly of a 23-year-old victim Aug. 28 and
Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the location on the A 29-year-old San Bruno man is told her his name Sept. 6. A sheriff’s detective allegedly
report of a black male adult in his mid-30s, with facial hair behind bars on $1.2 million bail after and went into her noticed the suspect in the surveillance
and wearing a black hot, T-shirt and green sweatpants driv- he was arrested Friday on accusations home. He allegedly footage resembled the 26-year-old vic-
ing an older silver car on the street when he pulled over he sexually assaulted a developmental- started kissing the tim’s description of the man who
across the street from two girls, got out, pulled his pants ly disabled woman in August and woman and when assaulted her, and the woman allegedly
down and exposed himself. He then got back into his car, peeped into the home of another she asked him why positively identified Chow from a
made a U-turn and drove toward them. The two girls ran woman less than a mile away Aug. 28 he was doing that, lineup, according to prosecutors.
toward a nearby residence to alert an adult, according to the and Sept. 6, according to the San he allegedly said
San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. Shon Chow Prosecutors said cellphone records
Mateo County District Attorney’s this is how he showed Chow was within the vicinity
The man drove away and deputies were unable to locate Office. showed his love for her and orally cop-
him, according to the Sheriff’s Office. of the 26-year-old victim’s home Aug.
In his first court appearance ulated and digitally penetrated her mul- 25. A warrant for his arrest was issued
The Sheriff's Office encourages parents to discuss these Monday, Shon Chow did not enter a tiple times. Chow is said to have left a
types of scenarios with their children to have a plan in Thursday and Chow was allegedly
plea to seven felony and two misde- fake phone number with her and told arrested in San Bruno Friday, according
place, in the off chance they encounter strangers with meanor charges alleging he raped and her they are now girlfriend and
unknown motives, much like the two juveniles did when to prosecutors.
orally copulated a 26-year-old woman boyfriend before leaving the apart-
they ran to alert an adult. with developmental disabilities and Chow allegedly has two prior con-
ment, according to prosecutors.
Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged peeped into the home of a 23-year-old victions in 2009 and 2010 in San
On Aug. 25, Chow allegedly returned
to call the Millbrae Police Bureau at (650) 259- 2300. woman, according to prosecutors. Mateo County for peeping into the
to the woman’s home uninvited and
Alternatively, you may also remain anonymous by calling bathroom windows of unsuspecting
Chow is said to have approached the had sexual intercourse with her,
the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Anonymous Tip Line females, according to the San Mateo
26-year-old at a bus stop as she was according to prosecutors.
at (800) 547-2700. County sheriff’s deputies.
waiting for the bus to take her to an About a week after the second inci-
adult school Aug. 18. He allegedly told dent, the woman told her father she had Chow will next appear in court May
Witness dies before testifying her she was beautiful and asked her sev- a boyfriend and what Chow allegedly 14 for appearance of designated attor-
in fatal warehouse fire trial eral questions, causing her to miss the did to her, and her family called her ney and entry of plea, according to
bus. Chow allegedly accompanied her social worker, who reported the inci- prosecutors.
OAKLAND — A key witness scheduled to testify this
week in the involuntary manslaughter trial involving a on her walk home from the bus stop dents to police, according to prosecu- Anyone with information about
Northern California warehouse fire that killed 36 people and, when he indicated he wanted to tors. Chow or possible victims of his are
has died in a car crash, prosecutors told a judge Monday. come into her apartment, she said no In an apparently unrelated incident, directed to contact Detective Gaby
Alameda County prosecutors had planned to call Robert because he was a stranger and she did- Chow was allegedly caught on the Chaghouri at (650) 363-4060 or by
Jacobitz to testify this week in the trial of Derick Almena n’t know his name, according to pros- email at
and Max Harris, each charged with 36 counts of involuntary
manslaughter in connection with the Dec. 2, 2016, fire in
an Oakland warehouse during an unpermitted music concert.
Prosecutors say they turned the warehouse into an unsafe
Red-legged frogs thriving in Yosemite after long absence
entertainment venue and residence. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS named for its colorful legs and belly. It mated 4,000 California red-legged frog
Alameda County deputy district attorney Casey Bates told was featured in Twain’s short story “The eggs and tadpoles and 500 adult frogs,
jurors last week that Jacobitz was an unlicensed contractor YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK — Red- Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras setting them free in the park’s lush
who performed inexpensive work at the warehouse soon legged frogs made famous by Mark County.” The frog disappeared from meadows, alpine lakes and winding
after Almena rented it in November 2013. Twain are thriving in Yosemite Valley Yosemite in part because non-native, Merced River.
Prosecutors allege that Almena, 49, stuffed it full of high- after a decades-long absence. predatory bullfrogs first introduced to a Last week, about 200 more adult frogs
ly flammable furniture, pianos and other material and failed Ecologists this spring found clusters reflection pond spread throughout the were released in Yosemite Valley and
to provide smoke detectors, fire alarms, sprinklers and of eggs in meadows and ponds, proof of valley and, over time, gobbled them up. another 275 will be released in June,
other required safety equipment. Prosecutors say Harris, 29, the first breeding by the frogs in The insatiable bullfrogs have been including 75 that will be fitted with
helped Almena convert the warehouse, collect rent and Yosemite since 2017, when adult red- eradicated from the park, clearing the radio transmitters to better understand
schedule concerts. legged frogs were reintroduced after a way for the red-legged frog’s return. their behavior and habitats to determine
50-year absence, Yosemite National The amphibians were reintroduced in the best locations for future reintroduc-
Park Superintendent Mike Reynolds Yosemite National Park under a partner- tions, officials said.
said Monday. “It’s unusual to find eggs ship with federal and state agencies, the “Despite Yosemite’s popularity, it is
in any location and to find them this Yosemite Conservancy and the San also an important wildlife sanctuary.
soon is a strong indication that red- Francisco Zoo & Gardens, where thou- Protecting vulnerable species like red-
legged frogs are adapting successfully sands tadpoles and adult frogs are being legged frogs maintains the park’s biodi-
to the riparian areas where we reintro- bred for release in the park 200 miles versity as nature envisioned,” said
duced them,” Reynolds said. (320 kilometers) away. Yosemite Conservancy President Frank
The California red-legged frog is The program has reintroduced an esti- Dean.
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Cohen heads to prison in Trump hush-money scheme

By Michael R. Sisak and Jim Mustian The prison has a minimum-security camp
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that’s become known for the white collar
criminals it houses and the amenities —
NEW YORK — Michael Cohen took a last including tennis courts, bocce ball and
swipe at President Donald Trump while rugelach in the commissary — that it affords
reporting to federal prison Monday to start a them.
three-year sentence for crimes including tax Cohen — officially Inmate No. 86067-
evasion and campaign finance violations 054 — took off the blue blazer he wore on
related to hush-money payments made to the ride up and left it with his driver before
protect his former boss. walking into prison, where he was to be pro-
Cohen, who turned on Trump last summer vided with a khaki uniform.
after a decade as his personal lawyer, fixer The U.S. Bureau of Prisons confirmed
and “take a bullet” loyalist, didn’t mention Cohen was in its custody but declined to pro-
the president by name, but he left little vide details of his confinement, citing pri-
doubt about whom he blamed for his incar- vacy and security rules.
ceration. At Otisville, officials took extra measures
“I hope that when I rejoin my family and to deal with the intense media interest in
friends that the country will be in a place Cohen’s arrival. They put up concrete barri-
without xenophobia, injustice and lies at the ers along the two-lane road leading to the
helm of our country,” Cohen told reporters facility and deployed cones and caution tape
outside his Manhattan apartment. “There to keep about two dozen reporters and pho-
still remains much to be told, and I look for- REUTERS tographers from getting too close.
ward to the day where I can share the truth.” Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s former lawyer, leaves his apartment to report to prison. Cohen had fought to delay or reduce his
Cohen, 52, then stumbled through a crush sentence but failed in a last-ditch effort to
northwest of New York City. Institution, Otisville, at around 11:45 a.m.,
of media, ignoring shouted questions, and convince federal prosecutors that his coop-
He got a slight jump on his prison sen- more than two hours before a court-imposed
got into a waiting Cadillac Escalade, which eration in various investigations related to
tence, arriving at the Federal Correctional deadline.
drove him to jail 70 miles (115 kilometers) Trump warranted leniency.

With Mueller on Justice staff, Barr has sway over testimony

By Michael Balsamo him on the Justice dination between Russia fying. And Trump was watching.
and Jonathan Lemire Department payroll and the Trump campaign, The president stewed for days about the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS offers one clear advan- and potential obstruction prospect of the media coverage that would
tage to President Donald of justice. be given to Mueller, a man Trump believes
WASHINGTON — Special counsel Robert Trump’s administration: Barr has said repeatedly has been unfairly lionized across cable news
Mueller was expected to step down days It makes it easier for he doesn’t object to and the front pages of the nation’s leading
after concluding his investigation in Attorney General Mueller testifying. But newspapers for two years, according to
March. Yet he remains a Justice Department William Barr to block he may defer to the wish- three White House officials and Republicans
employee — and the department won’t say Mueller from testifying es of Trump, who tweeted close to the White House.
why. Robert Mueller before Congress. William Barr last weekend: “Bob Trump feared a repeat — but bigger — of
That’s just one of the complications at Democrats, who con- Mueller should not testi- the February testimony of his former lawyer
play in the high-stakes, secret negotiations trol the House, have been eager to hear from fy. No redos for the Dems!” and fixer, Michael Cohen, which dominated
over whether Mueller will testify before Mueller. They hope he can shine more light After Barr skipped out on a congressional news coverage and even overshadowed a
Congress. on his investigation into interference in the appearance last week, attention immediate- nuclear summit with North Korean leader
Whatever role Mueller now has, keeping 2016 presidential election, possible coor- ly turned to the possibility of Mueller testi- Kim Jong Un in Vietnam.
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Treasury denies Democrats’
request for Trump tax returns
By Andrew Taylor and Jonathan Lemire returns or to file a law-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS suit. Last week, Neal
promised “we’ll be
WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary ready” to act soon after
Steven Mnuchin has made it official: The Monday’s deadline.
administration won’t be turning President Treasury’s denial came
Donald Trump’s tax returns over to the the same day that the
Democratic-controlled House. House Judiciary panel
Mnuchin told Ways and Means Committee scheduled a vote for
Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass. , in a Donald Trump Wednesday on whether
Monday letter that the panel’s request “lacks to find Attorney General
a legitimate legislative purpose” as William Barr in contempt of Congress for
Supreme Court precedent requires. failing to comply with a subpoena for a full,
In making that determination, Mnuchin unredacted copy of special counsel Robert
said he relied on the advice of the Justice Mueller’s report. Fights with other House
Department. He concluded that the Treasury panels are ongoing.
Department is “not authorized to disclose “I will consult with counsel and determine
the requested returns and return informa- the appropriate response,” Neal said in a
tion.” He said the Justice Department will statement Monday.
F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets fly over South Korean destroyers Sejong the Great, Yang Neal originally demanded access to
provide a more detailed legal justification
Manchun and the U.S. Navy Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinsonas. Trump’s tax returns in early April under a law
that says the IRS “shall furnish” the returns

US sending aircraft carrier to

The move, which was expected, is sure to
set in motion a legal battle over Trump’s tax of any taxpayer to a handful of top lawmak-
returns. The chief options available to ers, including the chair of the tax-writing
Democrats are to subpoena the IRS for the Ways and Means Committee.

Mideast, citing Iran threats

By Lolita Baldor and Zeke Miller Iranian forces, ” Bolton
Trump tees up medal for Tiger
Woods; some question motives
Around the nation
wondering whether he
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS said. WASHINGTON — If there were a Mount would ever win again at
Neither Bolton nor Rushmore for golfers, Tiger Woods would the professional level.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. is sending an other officials would probably be on it. But President Donald Woods earned his 15th
aircraft carrier group to the Middle East provide any details about Trump’s decision to award the nation’s major golf champi-
ahead of schedule and warning that Iran and the supposed threat, highest civilian honor to Woods has raised onship with his Masters
its proxy forces are showing “troubling and which comes as the questions about whether the president win and his 81st overall
escalatory” indications of a possible attack Trump administration should be boosting the profile of a busi- on the PGA Tour, both
on American forces in the region. wages a campaign of ness associate of The Trump Organization. ranking second.
Exactly what prompted the action was John Bolton intensifying pressure Trump planned to present the Trump understood the
against Iran and nearly a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Woods Tiger Woods
unclear, but it marked a further step in importance of the
sharply rising tensions between the Trump year after it withdrew from an Obama-era during a White House ceremony Monday moment to golf and its fans, tweeting that
administration and the Islamic Republic. nuclear deal with Tehran. evening. The president announced his he was awarding Woods the medal because
National security adviser John Bolton In Iran, the semi-official ISNA news intention to do so after Woods won the of his “incredible Success & Comeback in
said Sunday night the U.S. was deploying agency on Monday quoted an anonymous Masters Tournament last month, capping a Sports (Golf) and, more importantly,
the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike official as saying that Iranian President remarkable recovery from injury and years LIFE.”
Group and a bomber task force to the Middle Hassan Rouhani planned a broadcast of personal troubles that had left some
East, intending to send a message that address Wednesday and might discuss
“unrelenting force” will meet any attack on “counteractions” Tehran will take over
American forces or allies. America’s withdrawal from the internation-
“The United States is not seeking war al nuclear deal.
with the Iranian regime, but we are fully The agreement limited Iran’s enrichment
p rep ared t o res p o n d t o an y at t ack , of uranium amid Western concerns that
wh et h er b y p ro x y, t h e Is l ami c Tehran’s program could allow it to build
Revolutionary Guard Corps or regular nuclear weapons. Iran insists its program is
for peaceful purposes.
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Plane was heavy with extra fuel before deadly crash landing
By Jim Heintz telling the magazine Snob.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When the plane came to a halt, some of
the people aboard plunged down inflatable
MOSCOW — A Russian airliner that took slides deployed from the forward part of the
off from Moscow was airborne for just 28 plane.
minutes before returning to make an emer- Some of those who escaped were carrying
gency landing while still heavy with luggage, raising concerns that grabbing
unburned fuel, which then ignited after a their bags may have delayed an evacuation
rough touchdown. in which every second was critical.
Flames quickly engulfed the aircraft, “I do not know what to say about people
killing 41 of the 78 people aboard. who ran out with bags. God is their judge,”
A day after Sunday’s horrifying accident survivor Mikhail Savchenko wrote on
at Sheremetyevo airport, Russian news Facebook.
media quoted the pilot, Denis Evdokimov, Evdokimov said the plane had lost radio
as saying he followed procedures for land- communications because of a lightning
ing with excess weight. But the crew strike, but it was not clear if that precipi-
reportedly did not dump any fuel, which is tated the emergency landing.
common for flights that have to land soon A flight attendant said there was a sharp
after takeoff to prevent being overly heavy. flash soon after the Aeroflot flight took
The pilot said he was not certain why the REUTERS
off, bound for the northern city of
plane landed hard. Video showed flames Members of emergency services work at the scene of an incident involving an Aeroflot Sukhoi Murmansk.
bursting from the jet’s underside as it Superjet 100 passenger plane at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, Russia. “We took off, got into a cloud, there was
touched down, then raging across the rear strong hail, and at that moment there was a
of the Sukhoi SSJ100’s fuselage within “Everything happened right away, at was a little quieter, a third, and then smoke, pop and some kind of flash, like electrici-
seconds as the airliner bounced down the lightning speed. There was a strong blow and it started to burn immediately,” sur- ty,” flight attendant Tatiana Kasatnika said
runway. — my eyes almost popped out — a second vivor Marina Sitnikova was quoted as in a video posted on YouTube.

Harry and Meghan love story takes new turn: A baby boy
By Gregory Katz tion by declining to say where the baby at 5:26 a.m. (0426 GMT; 12:26 a.m.
and Mstyslav Chernov was born and opting not to come out to EDT). Harry said their son was a little
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pose with the newborn just hours after bit overdue and that had given the royal
the birth. Instead, an obviously over- couple more time to contemplate
WINDSOR, England — The improba- joyed Harry emerged to tell the world — names. Harry promised that more details
ble love story between an American via its waiting TV cameras — that a — such as the baby’s name — will be
actress and a British royal took the best baby had been born. It marked a shared in the coming days.
of all possible turns Monday with the moment the nation is likely to remem- Harry and the palace didn’t immediate-
arrival of a healthy baby boy. ber as a once-troubled boy undone by ly provide details on whether the baby
The as-yet-unnamed baby arrived less the death of his mother Princess Diana was born at a hospital or if it was a home
than a year after Prince Harry wed in 1997 car crash seemed giddy in his birth. The royal couple had earlier said
Meghan Markle in a spectacular tele- embrace of fatherhood. they wanted to keep details private.
vised event on the grounds of Windsor “This little thing is absolutely to die The infant is seventh in line to the
REUTERS Castle that was watched the world over. for,” the ginger-haired, bearded prince British throne and is the eighth great-
Britain’s Prince Harry addresses the media after his wife Meghan is now the Duchess of said. “I’m just over the moon.” grandchild of 93-year-old Queen
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to their firstborn son, Sussex, but she still does things her The baby weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest reigning
outside Windsor in London. own way: The couple bucked royal tradi- (3.26 kilograms) at birth and was born monarch.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday • May 7, 2019 9

Letters to the editor
Bikes and scooters stituents and their policies. Most reasons. Thousands use the
Got water?
important, his ability to get at tax- service and are not property own- hile I was on the San Carlos City Council,
Editor: payer funds without worrying whether ers. Large developers benefit great- the city was sued by Baykeeper because they
I want to echo writer  Emitt taxpayers voted for him or not. ly. They should have to pay a very had found we had nearly a hundred sewage
Wallace’s concerns (letter to the edi- large sum into a fund to upgrade and spills in 2007, as well as poor performances in 2005 and
tor “Bikes, scooters and pedestrians” Christopher P. Conway maintain these aging and vital sys- 2006. The spills were more than they deemed acceptable
in the May 4-5 edition of the Daily tems. It should not all fall on exist- and the city was forced to pay a fine and spend millions
Journal). Our narrow San Mateo San Mateo
ing property owners! How much more to make corrective measures. Truthfully, it was San
downtown sidewalks, made narrower can our water source provide for?    Carlos’ approximately 11,000 sewer customers who paid
by the perennial presence of garbage
cans, planters, newspaper
No one is above the law Leota McLean
the price when they saw their rates increase over the next
three years. While it was a painful process to work
racks, parking meters and signs, do Editor, Redwood City through, by 2017 San Carlos suffered only one minor
not have room left for bikes or scoot- One can agree with letter writer
sewage spill.
ers. While I have seen bikers riding L.R. Hugdahl’s admonition for
Currently in San Francisco, there is a different but sim-
on sidewalks at excess speed, you can Congress to do its job (as posited in Schoolyard bully ilar problem with sewage. It is caused by human waste in
be sure that when scooters are intro- SMDJ April 27 edition), but not
duced, their presence on sidewalks accept the conclusions. When Donald must face consequences the streets. Easily found online is a map of the city
Trump took his singular oath of Editor, showing all the reported locations where human feces
would rapidly increase, creating a
office, he swore to preserve, protect If a schoolyard bully insults and has been found on the sidewalk or in the streets in the
hazardous situation we would be bet-
and defend the Constitution. Inherent assaults other kids, supervising adults last eight years. The reported cases total 118,000. To
ter off addressing right now.  
Senior citizens losing their driving in the oath is the duty to protect may “tsk-tsk” with a cluck of their date, I have not heard of
privileges and parents pushing against enemies foreign and domes- tongues, but if they do nothing else, Baykeeper bringing a case
strollers should be concerned about tic. they aid, abet and enable the bully’s against the city and county of
their physical safety while walking The Mueller report made it clear the bad behavior. Reprimand is demanded San Francisco but I can imagine
downtown streets. Russians meddled in our 2016 elec- for the sake of the other kids, and for how this has ill effect on the
tion, with Donald Trump obstructing the sake of abiding by the rules, if Bay’s health.
not for the sake of teaching the repri- This past winter, we had
justice related to it at least 10 times,
manded child as well.  record rainfall and record snow
Oscar López-Guerra thus violating his oath of office. And so it is with our precious
Mueller made it clear Congress should levels in the Sierras. The snow-
San Mateo democracy, that those whose respon-
be the body to prosecute. Congress is pack reached its peak on March
sibility is to check our president’s 31 and is the fifth largest ever
thus duty bound to do its constitu- lawless obstruction are now called to
Revisiting district elections tional duty to begin impeachment recorded for the state. Statewide
active duty. Disparaging clucking
proceedings. sounds without meaningful reprimand average when measured just
Editor, recently was 31 inches of
It has been more than eight years
Many Democrats have accused would enable the White House bully
snow-water equivalent. That is
Matt Grocott
Republicans of placing party above to continue treating our collective
since San Mateo County was sued to country but now the shoe is on the 144% of average for this time of year. One might think
government and trusted common-
change our existing at-large voting other foot. Democrats must place this would be a great boost to providing water for the
wealth as his personal platform for
system to district elections when vot- country above party in the impeach- pecuniary power. Cheats, liars, law- state in future years of drought. If we were not using so
ing for our five county supervisors. ment process to show no one, not benders and law-breakers, including much of the water to flush the Bay, it would be a great
By going to district elections, imme- even the president, is above the law. and especially the president and his deal true. However, since February, a year’s supply of
diately each county voter lost 80% of Our constitution, and conversely the minions, must face consequences for water for more than a million people has washed into the
their voting power by reducing our country, will only be stronger by their actions, or else our civil society ocean ever day, never benefiting a home, a business, a
ability to vote for just one supervisor sticking to the mandated process. will deconstruct to schoolyards where farm or a ranch.
instead of all five. My concern at the might makes right.  When I wrote the first of two columns on California’s
time was that just like in San Those who say this is not the time housing crisis, I mentioned how the state engineered
Francisco, district politics would be for congressional impeachment fail
Rel Kempf itself out of a water shortage that was caused by a spike
divisive, racially tinged and filled to acknowledge that the clock runs
San Mateo in her growing population. Some love to hate the solu-
with the self-interests of the various out in nine months when 2020 elec- tion but it was an engineering marvel that has beautiful-
districts rather than concern for the tion campaigning will be fulsome, ly served the state for 85 years. The solution, of course,
entire county.    and calls for lawful accountability
Well, let’s see how it’s been going. Redwood City is out of control will be misinterpreted as political
was the construction of the O’Shaughnessy Dam, creat-
The first San Mateo County supervi- Editor, ing the reservoir of the Hetch Hetchy water storage and
grandstanding. Those who say that
sor elected through a district election I am commenting on your April 26 delivery system, from where we on the Peninsula derive
Congressional impeachment is futile
was Supervisor David Canepa. What story, “Broadway Plaza nears final all of our fresh water.
because Republican senators will not
has Mr. Canepa’s agenda been for our OK.” Redwood City is out of control. vote to convict an impeached Trump One may ask: “What has California done lately to
county? First of all, Supervisor We do not need more offices — only fail to believe that America can self- increase its storage of fresh water?” The answer would
Canepa has attempted to make it truly affordable housing and practical correct and regain its course toward be, for the past 40 years, next to nothing. No new dams
appear that the privately-owned Seton retail to replace what was forced out. the ideals of liberty and justice under and no new reservoirs have been built. In fact, the last
Medical Center in his district is the This is not the right location. Traffic law. If representatives and senators major reservoir California saw constructed was on the
fiscal responsibility of the entire will be horrible during and after con- fail to hold the President accountable Stanislaus River in Calaveras County. New Melones
county. Second, his role in the struction. Getting in and out of the for breaking our laws and endanger- Lake is a man-made reservoir constructed by the Army
Association of Bay Area main post office is difficult now. ing us from foreign intervention, Corps of Engineers and completed in 1979. Since then,
Governments and by extension his Traffic on Woodside Road between voters can choose to not reelect them California’s population has increased nearly 100%. It’s
support of Assembly Bill 50 show he Highway 101 and Interstate 280 will in 2020. So-called political realists as though we invited in everyone living in Washington,
does not hold the same values as a increase.  who call for more investigation, out- Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana … and
majority of county voters. Third and I live a block in from Woodside side of impeachment proceedings that still there’d be room to invite in half the state of
most recent, he now wants San Mateo Road and it is difficult getting out bring consequence, would enable the Arizona.
County taxpayers to pick up the tab now. Of equal, maybe greater impor- law-breaker to continue evading and To its credit, in September of last year, the federal gov-
for free college education which will tance, is each of these units must be lying while bullying others and ernment began preliminary work to add 18.5 feet of
benefit Skyline College in his dis- plumbed and tied into an aging and enriching himself, at our peril.  height to the Shasta Dam near Redding. When complet-
trict. overloaded sewer and water ed, capacity of the lake will be increased by 14 percent
As predicted, district elections have system. Property owners have recent- Bruce Joffe or 630,000 acre-feet of water. However, compared to the
given us a supervisor who cares only ly been hit with huge sewer bill Piedmont amount of water flushed through the Bay and out to the
for his district, his liberal con- increases and water bills for the same Pacific, it is not nearly enough of an increase. More than
5 million acre-feet of water a year is taken away from
cities and farms south of the delta to increase flows of
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most freshwater through the Bay and out to the ocean. Of
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for course, what we typically hear is the need for increased
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. flow to produce a rebound of endangered fish. What we do
By combining local news and sports coverage,
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, not hear is that the fresh water flows are needed to wash
Jon Mays, Editor in Chief
Michael Davis Charles Gould lifestyle, state, national and world news, we seek to out the high levels of ammonia and toxic sludge from the
Paul Moisio Jeff Palter provide our readers with the highest quality delta cesspool in which the fish are struggling to sur-
Nathan Mollat, Sports Editor Joe Rudino Joy Uganiza information resource in San Mateo County.
Todd Waibel Our pages belong to you, our readers, and we vive.
Erik Oeverndiek, Copy Editor/Page Designer Irony of ironies to this issue may be that an estimated
choose to reflect the diverse character of this
Dave Newlands, Production Manager INTERNS, CORRESPONDENTS, CONTRACTORS: dynamic and ever-changing community. 90 percent of the ammonia load that needs flushing
Robert Armstrong Charlie Chapman
Will Nacouzi, Production Assistant Jim Clifford Matthew Dalton comes from one source: the Sacramento Regional
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Talia Fine Maria Garcia-Hernandez SMDAILYJOURNAL.COM Wastewater Treatment Plant. So where our state lawmak-
Brooke Hanshaw Robert Hutchinson
Tom Jung Shavonne Lin Follow us on Twitter and Facebook: ers spend most of their time each week is a huge contrib-
Austin Walsh, Senior Reporter
Vishu Prathikanti Joe Roias utor to the problem. Sacramento could do well to be a lit-
REPORTERS: Nick Rose Joel Snyder eral example and clean up its act. They would also do
Terry Bernal, Zachary Clark, Anna Schuessler Gary Whitman
well to concentrate on what the state truly needs, drop
Susan E. Cohn, Senior Correspondent: Events Online edition at
the high-speed rail project and pick up a few projects to
add water storage capacity to our state.
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Stocks slide after Trump’s threat to raise tariffs

By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga
High: 26,476.27
Fresh market jitters over the possibility Low: 26,033.95
of an escalation in the costly trade war Close: 26,438.48
between the U.S. and China pulled stocks
broadly lower on Wall Street Monday. Change: -66.47
President Donald Trump threatened over
the weekend to raise tariffs on goods import-
ed from China. Trump complained that the OTHER INDEXES
trade talks between the two countries are S&P 500: 2932.47 -13.17
moving too slowly.
Stocks slumped early but then gradually NYSE Index: 12,976.68 -61.20
recovered a good portion of the losses, a Nasdaq: 8123.29 -40.71
sign that investors’ hopes of a trade deal NYSE MKT: 2561.29 -1.20
haven’t dimmed entirely. China remained
committed to sending a delegation to talks Russell 2000: 1614.98 +0.95
later this week in Washington despite the Wilshire 5000: 30,343.70 -16.90
Trump threat, and some investors appeared
to conclude that the president’s warning was
just more high-stakes posturing.
However, after the market closed, U.S.
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said
that the tariff increases that Trump threat-
ened to impose on China would go into 66.47 points, or 0.3%, to 26,438.48. It had soybeans to medical equipment. reports about the U.S.-China trade talks for
effect 12:01 a.m. Eastern time Friday. He did been down as much as 471 points in the first Many sectors of the market posted months and have largely discounted con-
say negotiations would resume Thursday in few minutes of trading. declines Monday, including technology, cerns about a failure in negotiations. The
Washington. “You’ve seen that the sell-off has been so industrial and materials companies, retailers broader market has been posting gains all
The ratcheting up of the trade rhetoric far contained and part of that is the percep- and banks. year on encouraging economic growth and
from Washington came after the U.S. and tion that the president has done this before,” Qualcomm, which gets 64.7% of its rev- solid corporate earnings results.
China sent signals in recent months that said Marina Severinovsky, investment enue from China, according to the data Elsewhere in the market, Boeing fell 1.3%
talks on resolving the dispute were pro- strategist at Schroders. provider FactSet, fell 1.2%. Broadcom slid after it disclosed that it did not warn airlines
gressing. The Nasdaq slid 40.71 points, or 0.5%, to 1.3% and Apple dropped 1.5%. about a faulty safety alert until after one of
Hopes for an accord between the world’s 8,123.29. The Russell 2000 index of small Chipmakers Micron Technology and its planes crashed.
two largest economies contributed to the big company stocks bucked the trend, adding Advance Micro Devices each dropped 2.8%. The sensors malfunctioned during an
run-up in stock prices in the U.S. and China 0.95 points, or 0.1%, to 1,614.98. Industrial behemoth Caterpillar lost October flight in Indonesia and another in
so far this year. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit Major indexes in Europe and Asia finished 1.7%, while Deere & Co. gave up 4%. March in Ethiopia, causing software on the
all-time highs last week. lower. Wynn Resorts, with a host of casinos and plane to push the nose down. Pilots were
However, investors have gotten their The U.S. and China have raised tariffs on hotels in Macau, gets about 75% of its rev- unable to regain control of either plane and
hopes up that the trade issue was close to tens of billions of dollars of each other’s enue from China. Its stock tumbled 4.1%. both crashed, killing 346 people.
being resolved a number of times in recent goods in their dispute over U.S. complaints Investors fled to safer holdings. Bond Energy futures closed mostly lower.
months, only to be disappointed when new about Chinese technology ambitions. prices rose, sending the 10-year Treasury Benchmark U.S. crude rose 0.5% to settle at
flare-ups arose. Trump turned up the heat Sunday when he yield down to 2.50% from 2.53% late Friday. $62.25 per barrel. Brent crude, the interna-
U.S. companies with heavy business threatened to raise tariffs on imports from Chinese indexes plunged. The Shanghai tional standard, gained 0.6% to close at
interests in China bore the brunt of the sell- China to 25% from 10%. He also said he Composite index closed 5.6% lower and $71.24.
ing Monday, particularly technology and would impose tariffs on another $325 bil- Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index sank 2.9%. Wholesale gasoline fell 1.5% to $2 per
industrial companies. Banks also fell lion in imports from China, covering every- European indexes fell broadly. gallon. Heating oil slipped 0.1% to $2.07
sharply. Health care stocks rose. thing the country ships annually to the Shares of Chinese companies that trade in per gallon. Natural gas dropped 1.7% to
The S&P 500 dropped 13.17 points, or United States. the U.S. also fell. slid 4.5%, while $2.52 per 1,000 cubic feet.
0.4%, to 2,932.47. At one point, the bench- Tariffs currently in place have already internet search company Baidu dropped Gold gained 0.2% to $1,283.80 per ounce,
mark index had been down 1.6%. raised costs on goods for companies and 1.5%. silver lost 0.3% to $14.93 per ounce and
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell consumers, and disrupted trade in goods from Investors have been digesting mixed copper added 0.4% to $2.83 per pound.

RingCentral reported posted revenue of $26.7 million in the year ago, they were trading at $3.80.
Business briefs period, topping Street forecasts. Five ana-
a loss of $6.4 million in 1Q the range of 71 cents to 75 cents per share, lysts surveyed by Zacks expected $26.3 TriplePoint Venture Growth
BELMONT — RingCentral Inc. on with revenue ranging from $862 million to million. reported 1Q profit of $11.1M
Monday reported a loss of $6.4 million in $866 million. Intersect ENT expects full-year revenue in
its first quarter. the range of $113 million to $117 million. MENLO PARK — TriplePoint Venture
RingCentral shares have increased 46% Growth BDC Corp. on Wednesday reported
On a per-share basis, the Belmont-based since the beginning of the year. In the final Intersect ENT shares have increased 18%
company said it had a loss of 8 cents. since the beginning of the year. In the final first-quarter profit of $11.1 million.
minutes of trading on Monday, shares hit The Menlo Park-based company said it
Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and $120.77, an increase of 74% in the last 12 minutes of trading on Monday, shares hit
costs, were 17 cents per share. $33.15, a decrease of 21% in the last 12 had profit of 45 cents per share. Earnings,
months. adjusted for investment gains, came to 40
The results surpassed Wall Street expecta- months.
cents per share.
tions. The average estimate of 14 analysts Intersect ENT reported Codexis reported The results surpassed Wall Street expecta-
surveyed by Zacks Investment Research
was for earnings of 15 cents per share. a loss of $10.8M in 1Q a loss of $5.1M in 1Q tions. The average estimate of three ana-
The cloud-based phone system provider MENLO PARK — Intersect ENT Inc. on lysts surveyed by Zacks Investment
for small businesses posted revenue of Monday reported a loss of $10.8 million in REDWOOD CITY — Codexis Inc. on Research was for earnings of 37 cents per
$201.5 million in the period, also topping its first quarter. Monday reported a loss of $5.1 million in share.
Street forecasts. Eleven analysts surveyed On a per-share basis, the Menlo Park- its first quarter. The investment company posted revenue
by Zacks expected $193.3 million. based company said it had a loss of 35 The Redwood City-based company said it of $17.5 million in the period.
For the current quarter ending in July, cents. had a loss of 9 cents per share. Losses, TriplePoint Venture Growth shares have
RingCentral expects its per-share earnings The results fell short of Wall Street adjusted for stock option expense and non- climbed 28% since the beginning of the
to range from 15 cents to 17 cents. expectations. The average estimate of six recurring costs, came to 5 cents per share. year. The stock has risen 16% in the last 12
The company said it expects revenue in analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment The producer of custom industrial months.
the range of $203.5 million to $205.5 mil- Research was for a loss of 30 cents per enzymes posted revenue of $15.6 million
lion for the fiscal second quarter. share. in the period, which beat Street forecasts. Hercules Tech reported
RingCentral expects full-year earnings in The maker of absorbable nasal implants Three analysts surveyed by Zacks expected 1Q net income of $61.6M
$14.8 million.
Codexis expects full-year revenue in the PALO ALTO — Hercules Technology
range of $69 million to $72 million. Growth Capital Inc. on Thursday reported
Codexis shares have increased 23% since first-quarter net income of $61.6 million.
the beginning of the year. In the final min- The Palo Alto-based company said it had
utes of trading on Monday, shares hit net income of 64 cents per share. Earnings,
$20.62, an increase of 74% in the last 12 adjusted for investment gains, were 30
months. cents per share.
The results missed Wall Street expecta-
Geron reported a tions. The average estimate of five analysts
surveyed by Zacks Investment Research
loss of $10.1M in 1Q was for earnings of 31 cents per share.
MENLO PARK — Geron Corp. on The specialty finance company posted
Thursday reported a loss of $10.1 million revenue of $58.8 million in the period,
in its first quarter. which matched Street forecasts.
The Menlo Park-based company said it Hercules Tech shares have climbed 17%
had a loss of 5 cents per share. since the beginning of the year. In the final
The drugmaker posted revenue of minutes of trading on Thursday, shares hit
$57,000 in the period. $12.91, a climb of almost 5% in the last 12
The company’s shares closed at $1.82. A months.
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Giants fall 12-4 in Cincy finale
Tuesday • May 7, 2019

Rockets draw even Playoff

By Kristie Rieken
to be settled Rockets 112, Warriors 108

HOUSTON — James Harden and the

Houston Rockets dug out of a 0-2 hole to
by week’s end
even their Western Conference semifinals f you’re a fan of Peninsula Athletic
series with the Warriors after another game League baseball and softball, 2019
where they fought, scrapped and held off a has kept you on the edge of your
late rally to get a victory. seat most of the season.
Harden scored 38 points and the Rockets As both sports enter the final week of
got a 112-108 win on Monday night to the regular season,
even the best-of seven series at 2-2. not one division
“When you’re dealing with these guys, if title has been set-
you let Klay (Thompson) and Steph (Curry) tled and a large
run around and shoot 3s you don’t have no number of teams
chance,” Harden said. “The only chance we still have a mathe-
have is to be in to their bodies and make matical shot at
every shot that they take contested.” reaching the play-
The Rockets were up by nine before the offs. Thirteen of
Golden State scored the next seven points, 18 baseball teams
capped by a 3 from Stephen Curry, to get are in the mix for a
within 110-108 with 19 seconds left. Harden postseason spot,
made one of two free throws with 11.5 sec- while seven of 15
onds left. Kevin Durant missed a 3 after that. softball squads are
But the Warriors got the rebound and Curry fighting for the playoffs.
also missed a 3-point attempt before Golden In baseball’s Bay Division,
State was forced to foul Chris Paul. Burlingame, Carlmont and Menlo School
Andre Iguodala is smothered by Rockets guard Austin Rivers in Game 4 of the second round are all tied for first at 8-4, thanks to
“We got a couple of wide-open looks,” of the Western Conference playoffs Monday night at the Toyota Center.
Durant said. “They just didn’t fall for us.” Capuchino’s series sweep over the
Paul made one of two free throws with 2.9 ... everybody tries to be physical with us The Warriors got 34 points from Kevin Panthers last week. King’s Academy is
seconds left to secure the victory. because they should. That’s the best way to Durant, who had 46 in the Game 3 loss. one game back and Capuchino has made a
Golden State coach Steve Kerr was asked try to beat us.” Curry, who was criticized after shooting 7 late run in the regular season to get to 6-6
about the physical play of the Rockets, who After losing the first two games of the for 23 in Game 3, got off to a good start, and move to two games back.
have several players who are much stockier series on the road, the Rockets head back to scoring 11 points in the first quarter. He And because the Bay Division gets five
than his squad. Golden State for Game 5 on Wednesday cooled off after that, but finished with 30 automatic CCS bids, the five previously
“They’ve got a lot of middle linebackers night with momentum on their side after points on 12 of 25 shooting. mentioned teams, along with a 5-7 Sacred
on that team,” he said. “They’re sturdy and their overtime win in Game 3 before Heart Prep, are still in the CCS hunt.
we’re like volleyball players, long and lean Monday night’s victory. See DUBS, Page 14
See LOUNGE, Page 14

Avalanche 4, Sharks 3, OT
Watts dares to dream By Terry Bernal
Athlete of the Week DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Terra Nova star track and field

thrower Carly Watts says she has
been struggling with confidence
this season.
Those struggles would seem to
be behind her as the reigning
Central Coast Section champion in
shot put and discus started her road
to a repeat at the Peninsula Atheltic
League track and field finals.
Watts finished off her sweep of
ISAIAH J. DOWNING/USA TODAY SPORTS the dual PAL throwing crowns
Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog celebrates his overtime goal against Saturday at Menlo-Atherton,
the Sharks in Game 6 Monday night at the Pepsi Center. claiming the discus championship
with a throw of 44 feet, 1.5 inch-

Sharks sunk in OT
es. The previous Saturday, she
won the shot put title with a throw
of 152-10.
“I would say I was pretty confi-
dent going into PALs,” Watts said.
By Pat Graham “To do that, on home ice, it’s “We’re just really trying to ramp
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS very exciting,” Landeskog said. “I up going into CCS and state.”
haven’t been happy with my The Daily Journal Athlete of the
DENVER — Gabriel offensive output this time of year. Week is daring to dream beyond
Landeskog’s first career overtime I haven’t been dangerous enough.” the elite stages of her final high
playoff goal was a bit complicat- He was certainly a danger on the school season though. That dream
ed: Dump in the puck, hit a guy final play. Landeskog charged started March 22 when she signed
along the boards, fall down, after a puck he banged into the COURTESY OF CARLY WATTS to compete at Northern Arizona
scramble back up, skate toward the zone and then hit Erik Karlsson Terra Nova senior Carly Watts took the PAL title for discus Saturday,
net and knock it in. with enough force to knock off the adding her second championship after claiming the shot put crown. See AOTW, Page 12
The captain’s reaction right after Sharks defenseman’s helmet.
was not — a big, toothy grin with Landeskog got back up, took the
arms raised to greet eager team-
pass from rookie defenseman Cale
Makar and sent it by Martin Jones
Williamson puts on power show for Cats
Landeskog scored 2:32 into to help the Avalanche escape elim- STAFF AND WIRE REPORT Williamson has been tearing it up at Triple-A
overtime after Colorado squan- ination. Sacramento. But never in his eight-year
dered a late lead in regulation and Game 7 is Wednesday in San SACRAMENTO — Who knew with both career has he displayed anything like
the Avalanche beat the San Jose Jose. The winner will play either the Warriors and Sharks playing Monday Monday’s power show in a 12-6 win over the
Sharks 4-3 on Monday night to Dallas or St. Louis in the confer- night, Mac Williamson would end up steal- Reno Aces at Raley Field.
force a decisive Game 7 in their ence final. The Stars and Blues are ing the show? Williamson hit three home runs and drove
Western Conference semifinal Mac Since being designated for assignment on
series. See SHARKS, Page 15 Williamson opening day by the San Francisco Giants, See MAC, Page 16
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Honor roll
Ol i v i a Di Nardo , Arag o n s o ftbal l . The up in a dramatic walk-off 2-1 win Friday at
Lady Dons won four games last week fueled by Lara Field, with Pellegrini going five
the freshman’s red-hot bat. DiNardo opened innings before Lapuyade earned the win
the week with a five-hit, six-RBI performance with two shutout innings of relief.
with two doubles and a homer last Monday Luke Jens en, Menl o -Atherto n bo y s ’
against Notre Dame-Belmont. And she just tenni s . The freshman No. 4 singles player
kept on slugging. Through wins over NDB, has been a model of efficiency and consisten-
Hillsdale and a sweep of Woodside, DiNardo cy this season. With a win in straight sets in
went 11 for 15 with three home runs and 14 the Bears’ sweep of Carlmont in the second
RBIs, taking over the PAL Bay Division lead round of the CCS team tournament, Jensen
with a .557 batting average. was off the courts first for the 17th time in 18
Kai a Li , Sacred Heart Prep g i rl s ’ matches this year.
s wi mmi ng . Another freshman to burst on Grace Anders o n, Hal f Mo o n Bay
the CCS scene, Li competed in the finals of g i rl s ’ s wi mmi ng . The junior sprinter had
the 200 individual medley and the Gators’ 200 the best finish among county swimmers in the
medley and 400 relay teams, and the “B” final 50 and 100 free at CCS, qualifying her for the
of the 100 breast. Her best individual perform- state meet in each. She was third in the 50 free
ance came in the 200 IM, where a time of with a time of 23.40, while her time of 50.36
2:02.96 was good for third. She was the win- was good for fourth in the 100 free.
ner of the “B” final — ninth place — in the To mmy Ozawa, San Mateo bas ebal l .
Kaimei Gescuk claimed two distance gold 100 breast at 1:03.70. She then swam the The senior outfielder/pitcher had a big week
opening leg on the 400 relay team that fin- for the Bearcats, combining to go 7 for 10 Aragon right-hander Conor Hourigan tabbed
medals at the PAL track championships. 12 strikeouts in a 4-1 win over Woodside.
ished fourth. She was also the first swimmer in while driving in three runs in three games. He

ai me i Ge s c uk , Carl mo n t the 200 medley relay. Li’s times in the 200 had two hits and an RBI in a 6-2 loss to Half Ty l er DeSmi dt, Carl mo nt bas ebal l .
g i rl s ’ track. The senior took IM, 100 breast and 400 free relay qualified her Moon Bay. He came back two days later and The senior third baseman helped lead the
home two gold medals from the for the state. helped lead San Mateo to a come-from-behind Scots to a pair of wins, sweeping Sacred Heart
PAL track championships by dominating Marg o t Gi bbo ns , SHP g i rl s ’ s wi m- 12-10 win. Ozawa was 4 for 4 with three runs Prep, moving them into a three-way tie for
the distance races. In the girls’ 1,600, mi ng . Another freshman phenom had a scored and two RBIs at the plate and pitched first place in the PAL Bay Division with two
Gescuk just missed her goal of cracking the strong showing at CCS for the Gators to earn three innings of relief to earn the win, snap- games left in the regular season. DeSmidt
five-minute barrier, taking first place in spots in two events at the state champi- ping the Bearcats’ nine-game slide. He ended capped the week with a career day. In a 15-5
5:01.63. In the 3,200, she topped the podi- onships. Despite making only the “B” finals the week 1 for 3 in a 5-0 non-league loss to win, he went 3 for 5 with a grand slam, a dou-
um with a time of 11:02.63. in the 200 free, her time of 1:49.96, which Hillsdale. ble and seven RBIs. He opened the week by
Pav el Si ncl ai r, Burl i ng ame bo y s ’ was 10th overall, would have been good Je s s i c a Eag l e an d Fran c i s c o going 2 for 3 with a walk and two RBIs in a 6-
s wi mmi ng . The freshman put a spotlight enough for fifth place in the “A” final and Sanchez, Menl o -Atherto n track. With 3 victory.
on himself for the next three years by turn- good enough to make state. Her fifth-place Menlo-Atherton sweeping both varsity Co no r Ho uri g an, Arag o n bas ebal l . A
ing in top-five performances in the CCS finish in the 500 free in a time of 4:56.07, team meets at the PAL track and field cham- better duel of strikeout artists you will not see
100 and 200 free finals. He finished third in also qualified her state. pionships, the sprinters led the way. in the PAL this season. Hourigan locked up
100 free with a time of 46.21, bettering his Dev i n Mey er, Franki e Pel l eg ri ni Sanchez delivered wins in the boys’ 100 with Woodside senior Joseph King, and the
qualifying time of 46.60. After swimming a and Ry an Lapuy ade, Capuchi no bas e- and 200 meters; the transfer from Aragon two dazzled in the Dons’ 4-1 win last
1.40.61 in 200 free preliminaries, Sinclair bal l . The three sophomore arms fronted hit the tape in 10.95 seconds in the 100, Thursday. King notched a remarkable 15
dropped more than half a second in the Cap’s critical two-game sweep of rival and 22.29 in the 200. Eagle collected four strikeouts through six innings of work. But
finals, going under the 1:40 mark with a Burlingame. Meyer opened the week by fir- gold medals, earning wins in the girls’ 100 Hourigan turned in 5 1/3 innings of no-hit
1:39.99. That time earns him All-American ing a no-hitter in a 5-0 win over the and 200, as well as helping the 4x100 relay ball before finishing off a three-hit, com-
consideration. He also qualified for the state Panthers on their home turf at Washington team to a win in 49.38 seconds, and the plete-game victory in which he yielded just
meet in both events in Clovis this weekend. Park. Pellegrini and Lapuyade backed that 4x400 relay in 4:11.41. one run and struck out 12.

Tigers athletics — because the training regi- So are the results. aware I took third place until it was over.”
ment Watts has undergone over the past year Her marks at the 2018 PAL championships Watts may face her biggest challenge
deserves a “Rocky” montage. were 143-9 in discus and 43.7 in shot put. Saturday at the CCS prelims in Gilroy. With
After last year’s state championship meet This year, she has topped out at 157-4 in dis- the last of her two throws scheduled for a 2
Continued from page 11 — where she took sixth in shot put and cus, the best throw of any CCS athlete this p.m. start, the senior will have to boogie
failed to advance past preliminaries in the year, April 6 at the Arcadia Invitational. Her back home and ready for Terra Nova’s prom,
University in Flagstaff, Arizona, an NCAA discus — she took one week off. Then she personal record of 45-6 in the shot put to be held in San Francisco later that night.
Division I program, on a partial athletic dedicated herself to a fitness program that March 23 at the Serra Top 7 Invitational in
most high school students couldn’t even also tops in CCS. Then comes the final chapter of her presti-
scholarship. gious two-year high school career — yes,
conceive of. While she didn’t eclipse either of these
Beyond that, she dreams of someday Watts dropped 40 pounds, taking her marks at the PAL championships, her top she only started competing as a serious var-
reaching the ultimate stage, according to weight down to 215 pounds, with the guid- throws over the past two weeks are still bet- sity thrower last season — as she looks to
Terra Nova head coach Jared Steele. ance of her personal coach Rene Nielsen, her ter than anyone in CCS this year. Not that repeat as a dual-gold CCS champ. Then per-
“She talks about the Olympics all the step-father. She has since added muscle mass Watts is minding anyone else’s progress, as haps a new calling at the collegiate level.
time,” Steele said. “And that is sort of the and has advanced by leaps and bounds from was the case at the Arcadia meet. “Right now, I’m focused the end of the sea-
driving thing when people ask: ‘What do where she was this time last season. “Honestly, I was not focused on who I was son,” Watts said. “Then going into college,
you want to do after college? … I want to go “If we compare what she looks like now competing against at all,” Watts said. “I was I’ll see my events that I’m best at. … A lot of
to the Olympics. That’s what I want to do.’” compared to what she looked like this time just super zoned in on my own technique. … people I’ve talked to about it, they say
Cue up the “Eye of the Tiger” soundtrack last year, it’s like night and day,” Steele I was not even paying attention to other you’ll probably be a pretty good hammer
— the unofficial anthem of Terra Nova said. girls that were competing. I was not even thrower.”
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Second-place dive for Crystal’s Agunbiade Reds 12, Giants 4

a county highlight at CCS championships

DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT Sinclair, who has put himself on
the map as one to watch for the
There were no individual county next three years. He finished third
champoins at the Central Coast in the 100 free and added a fifth-
Section swimming and diviving place finish in the 200 free. He
championships Saturday at the qualified for state in both events.
Santa Clara International Swim There were a pair of female fresh-
Center. men who also began carving out
But there were a number of names for themselves in CCS:
strong finishes as well as a fresh SHP’s Kaia Li and Margot
contingent of swimmers to keep an Gibbons. Li took third in the girls’
eye on in the coming years. 200 individual medley and was
Nike Agunbiade, a senior at joined by San Mateo senior Emma AARON DOSTER/USA TODAY SPORTS
C r y s t a l Lepisova, who was seventh. Pablo Sandoval pitched the eighth inning for the Giants in Monday’s
Springs, had Lepisova later finished third in the loss to the Reds in the four-game series finale at Great American Ball Park.
one the highest 100 back to qualify for state. Li
finishes of any
was ninth in the girls’ 100 back.
Gibbons made the “A” finals in
the 500 free, finishing fifth. She
Giants let Panda pitch;
ty, taking sec-
ond place in the
1-meter diving
San Mateo senior Emma Lepisova
took seventh place in the girls’ 100
back at the CCS swimming finals.
also qualified for the “B” final in
the 200 free, finishing 10th.
bees, Reds steal show
event. She fin- SHP’s Sloane Reinstein showed By Joe Kay The wild game included a record-
be the swimming sprint capital of tying four Reds getting plunked in
Nike ished with her versatility in the girls’ 100 and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CCS, especially on the boys’ side. one inning. Giants third baseman
Agunbiade 526.15 points, 200 free. The junior was sixth in
Four swimmers finished in the top the 100 and seventh in the 200.
just behind champion Remi CINCINNATI — Bees swarmed Pablo Sandoval pitched the eighth
eight in the 50 free, while county
Evalson, a sophomore at Mitty, Senior Brooks Taner also made a home plate. A rookie hit two and also hit a batter, matching
swimmers occupied five of the
who finished with 534.25 points. pair of “A” finals in his final high homers. A third baseman wound up another record.
competitors in the 100 free finals.
It’s the fourth straight year school meet for Serra, finishing pitching. Reds batters got plunked By that time, Bochy wasn’t the
Sacred Heart Prep’s Larsen
Agunbiade had a top-three finish Weigle, a water polo standout, fourth in the boys’ 100 fly and sev- at a record rate in a lopsided win. only one with tired eyes.
and her best finish ever. showed he’s just adept at swim- enth in the 200 free. Bruce Bochy sure has some The first pitch was delayed 18
Joining Agunbiade with a sec- ming with a third-place finish in There were a pair of top-eight memories from his final game at minutes as bees swarmed above
ond-place finish was Carlmont the 50 and fifth in the 100. Others finishes in the boys’ 100 back as Great American Ball Park. the backstop screen, prompting
sophomore Morgan Hawes, who who doubled in the sprints were El Nueva School’s Chris Rinard fin- Nick Senzel hit a leadoff homer umpires and players to keep a safe
was runner-up in the girls’ 500 Camino’s Nathan Macapagal ished seventh and SHP’s Hugo after a swarm of bees finally left distance.
free. She also added a fourth-place (eighth in the 50, fourth in the Thomas was eighth. A pair of home plate, and the rookie con- “I’ve never seen that,” Senzel
finish in the 200 free. Woodside’s 100) and Woodside’s Justin Mills Gators made the “A” finals in the nected again his next time up said. “That was crazy. I didn’t
Kaia Anderson joined Hawes in the (fifth and seventh, respectively). boys’ 100 breast, with Ryan Kim Monday, leading Cincinnati to a know what was going on at first.
500 “A” final, finishing seventh. SHP’s Xavier Marco had a sixth- taking fourth and Walker Seymour 12-4 victory over the San Then I saw the swarm.”
Half Moon Bay’s Grace place finish in the 50, while finishing eighth. Francisco Giants that was strewn It was the Giants’ second bee
Anderson proved to be the best Menlo-Atherton’s Austin Sparrow SHP freshman Sebastian Smith with far more oddities than just an delay in Cincinnati. Their game at
sprinter in the county with a third- was sixth in the 100. took ninth in the 1-meter diving insect infestation. Riverfront Stadium on April 17,
place finish in the 50 free and The final county swimmer to competition, while Carlmont’s “Whew, ” the Giants manager 1976, was held up for 35 minutes
fourth place in the 100 free. qualify for the 100 final was Luca Garlati was eighth in the said, rubbing both eyes with his
In fact, San Mateo County could Burlingame freshman Pavel boys’ 500 free. fists. See GIANTS, Page 16
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it to 104-94 midway through the quarter.

NBA playoffs
Bucks top Celtics, lead series 3-1
DUBS Houston had a 10-point lead with about
four minutes left before a 5-2 run, with a 3
from Curry, got them within 108-101.
Odds and ends
Houston improved to 5-0 in home games
this postseason. ... This is the second time
BOSTON — Giannis Antetokounmpo had Continued from page 11 Green was shaken up when Harden inad- Golden State has lost consecutive playoff
39 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Bucks vertently knocked him in the head on the games since 2017. The last time came when
to a 113-101 victory over the Boston follow through after he made a 3-pointer Houston won Game 4 and 5 of the conference
“I didn’t think we got great shots for much finals last season. ... The Rockets have made
Celtics in Game 4 of their second-round of the night,” Kerr said. “We’ve got to be that put Houston up 71-59 with nine min-
playoff series Monday night and move utes left in the third quarter. Green fell to the 26 more 3-pointers than the Warriors in this
more poised and that has to be a focus.” series. ... Houston out-rebounded Golden
Milwaukee within one win from its first trip Eric Gordon added 20 points for Houston court where he remained holding the left
to the Eastern Conference finals since side of his head for a couple of minutes. The State for the second straight game and
and P. J. Tucker had 17 points and 10 improved to 4-0 this postseason when win-
2001. rebounds. Warriors called a timeout and he collected
The Bucks have won three straight since himself and remained in the game. The lead ning on the boards. ... Gordon, who had a
Despite two straight win, the Rockets playoff career-high 30 points in Game 3,
losing the opener of the best-of-seven series still don’t think they’ve played their best. grew to 77-60 before Golden State got
at home. They can eliminate the Celtics in going. scored 20 points or more in consecutive play-
“We’ve got to be better,” Tucker said. off games for the first time in his career.
Game 5 at home on Wednesday night. “We’ve got to be more aggressive. We’ve
Antetokounmpo scored 17 points with got to pick it up.”
seven rebounds in the fourth quarter to help the Houston made 17 of its 50 3-point Warri o rs : Green had 15 points and 10
They said it
Bucks pull away. Reserves George Hill, who attempts, while the Warriors shot just 8 of rebounds. ... Golden State trailed by as Curry on what people have been saying about
scored 15 points, and Pat Connaughton, who 33 from downtown with Curry making just 4 many as 17 in the second half before its late him since he struggled in Game 3: “The last 48
had nine points and 10 rebounds, again led the of his 14 attempts. surge. hours have been pretty funny, hearing all the
Bucks bench, which outscored Boston’s 32-7. The Rockets were up by nine after three and Ro ckets : Tucker has scored at least 10 noise and chatter about how I’ve been playing in
In what might be his last home game for used an 8-2 run, with four points from points in six of Houston’s nine playoff this series, and I take it all in stride and under-
the Celtics, Kyrie Irving scored 23 points Harden, to open the fourth and extend the games this season and Monday was his third stand what I’m capable of ... I know I can play
with 10 assists. But he was 7 for 22 from the lead to 101-86. Golden State used an 8-3 run, straight game with at least 10 rebounds. ... even better. I’m just trying to stay within my
floor, including 1 for 7 from 3-point range. with six points from Draymond Green, to cut Austin Rivers had 10 points. own zone with what I expect from myself.”

Right now, that Lake Division crown playoff fate, so the Knights will be look- Vikings, signed a letter-of-intent to play

LOUNGE appears to be Jefferson’s, which has a two-

game lead over second-place South City.
The Grizzlies can wrap up the title and
ing to sweep this week and then hope for
some help.
The two San Mateo rivals — the Bearcats
basketball at Pacific University, an NCAA
Division III program in Forest Grove,
Oregon. The Boxers are a charter member
Continued from page 11 advance to the CCS play-in game with a and Hillsdale — will meet Thursday, while of the Northwest Conference, which fea-
win over the Warriors Tuesday. Carlmont and Aragon will hook up on the tures schools such as Pacific Lutheran,
The PAL softball season has proven to be final day of the regular season as well. Linfield College and Willamette
Heart Prep, are still in the CCS hunt. University.
In the Ocean Division, Aragon, after see- just as wild and wacky as its baseball coun- The Ocean Division is a two-team race
terpart. Not surprisingly, Carlmont (10-2) for the lone CCS berth and it will be decid- During her career, she averaged 11.1
ing a two-game lead vanish after getting points per game, 2.7 assists, 2.3 steals and
swept by Half Moon Bay two weeks ago, sits atop the Bay Division standings, but it ed on the field when undefeated Mills (11-0)
has a precarious one-game lead over both travel to take on 10-1 South City 2.0 rebounds per game. Her senior year was
finds itself back alone in first place after a arguably her best as she averaged a career-
sweep of Woodside. San Mateo knocked San Mateo and Aragon, who are 9-3. Wednesday. The Vikings handed the
Hillsdale sits fourth at 7-5, two games back Warriors a 9-5 loss April 12, so South City best in both points and assists — 15.1 and
Half Moon Bay a game behind the Dons 4.4, respectively, both team highs.
following a split with the Cougars last of the Bearcats and Dons. needs a win to force a co-championship and
then a tie-breaker will be used to determine In her four years with the Vikings,
week. That is significant because only the top Stonebarger compiled an overall record of
After getting swept, Woodside now finds three teams qualify for CCS, meaning the the division’s automatic bid.
So, of 32 PAL baseball and softball 65-39 and a PAL South mark of 32-16.
itself in a third-place tie with both Sequoia fourth-place team would have to apply for
games being played this week, 25 have The Boxers were just 8-17 overall last
and Menlo-Atherton at 7-5. While the top an at-large bid. That’s not usually too big
playoff implications. As a player, coach or season and 2-14 in conference play.
two finishers get automatic berths into of a deal, considering the PAL Bay
CCS, that third-place spot is still up for Division is among the strongest divisions fan, that’s all for which you can really ask.
grabs and, with it, a chance to play their in CCS and that four teams out of the Bay ***
Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
way into the playoffs by beating the Lake is not unusual. But a team never wants to Mills’ Kaela Stonebarger, a four-year or by phone: 344-
champion in a one-game playoff Saturday. leave it to someone else to decide their starting varsity point guard for the 5200 ext. 117.
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Maximum Security out of Preakness; Derby DQ appeal denied
By Gary B. Graves colt with the Triple Maximum Security, the first to finish the prohibited medication, and Kentucky racing
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Crown off the table. muddy race by 1 3/4 lengths on Saturday, officials ordered the purse money to be redis-
Maximum Security was became the first Derby winner to be disqual- tributed. Forward Pass got the winner’s
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Taken down as the scheduled to leave ified for interference. After an objection by share. A subsequent court challenge upheld
Kentucky Derby winner, Maximum Security Churchill Downs on two riders, stewards ruled the colt swerved the stewards’ decision.
is now out of the Preakness. Monday and arrive early out and impeded the path of several horses West has said he realizes the appeals
Maximum Security’s co-owner said Monday Tuesday at Monmouth between the far and final turns. Country process will take “months, if not years.” He
he will not run the horse in the middle jewel of Park, where trainer Jason House, a 65-1 shot, was elevated to first. remains bothered that his request to view
the Triple Crown. The announcement came Servis is based, the New Country House’s status for the Preakness replays with stewards after the race was
hours before his appeal of the horse’s disquali- Maximum Jersey track said. is unclear. That race would mark his fourth denied.
fication as Derby winner was denied by the Security “The horse will be bet- start in eight weeks. An appeal filed Monday morning was
Kentucky Horse Racing Commission. ter off long term with the Trainer Bill Mott has said there’s no rush denied later in the day by the KHRC, which
Gary West told The Associated Press by rest,” West said. “He ran a really good and a to decide on whether he’ll run in Baltimore. stated in a letter to West’s attorney that the
phone there is “really no need, not having really hard race on Saturday. But he acknowledged the race’s importance stewards’ decision is not subject to appeal.
an opportunity to run for the Triple Crown, “Really, there are a lot of other Grade 1 and added, “The challenge of the Triple The commission also denied a request to stay
to run a horse back in two weeks.” races the rest of the year for 3-year-olds. So Crown is that there’s three races really close the disqualification ruling pending appeal.
The 1 1/8-mile Preakness is May 18 at we’ll let him gather himself and point to one together, and it takes a champion.” Maximum Security was placed 17th of 19
Pimlico Race Course. Though shorter than of the other races. I don’t know which one The only other Derby disqualification was horses after starting as the 9-2 second bet-
the Kentucky Derby, the race requires a quick that will be, but it will definitely not be the in 1968, and long after the race. First-place ting choice, ending his four-race winning
turnaround. West didn’t want to burden his Preakness.” finisher Dancer’s Image tested positive for a streak.

ing the tying goal off the skate of an “Every game was kind of an elimination er room. Rantanen gingerly returned about 4

SHARKS Avalanche defenseman with 2:28 remain-

ing, and Brent Burns added another for the
Sharks, who overcame one-goal deficits on
game for us, so to speak,” defenseman Erik
Johnson said.
The last time Colorado won Game 6 when
minutes later.
Colorado hit two posts in a scoreless first
period. Jones has surrendered just one goal
Continued from page 11 three occasions. facing a 3-2 deficit was the 2002 conference to Colorado in the opening period all
“We were positive. We felt like we could semifinals, which also happened to be series.
tied heading into Game 7 in St. Louis on win this game, ” Sharks forward Logan against San Jose. The Avalanche then
Couture said. “We just needed a little bit knocked off the Sharks 1-0 at home in Game Sharks captain Joe Pavelski made another
Tuesday. step toward a return as he went through
The Sharks are 7-4 all-time in Game 7s, more. We needed a little bit more people 7.
involved in the game.” drills Monday at Pepsi Center. He’s been out
including an overtime win over Vegas in the Nathan MacKinnon nearly gave Colorado since his head slammed against the ice in
first round, while the Avalanche have a 4-6 This has been a back-and-forth series. San a 4-2 advantage late in the game, but his Game 7 of a first-round series against Vegas.
mark since relocating to the Mile High Jose captured Game 1 and the two have alter- attempt was deflected away by the stick of
City. nated wins the rest of the way. The com- Burns. Soon after, Vlasic tied it up when he “It still really is day-to-day,” Pavelski
bined score in the series is 17-16 in favor of banked a shot off the right skate of said. “Wish I had a set-in-stone answer —
“Sixty minutes away from a Western go here, do this and be ready. We’re taking
Conference final,” Landeskog said. “Who the Sharks. Colorado defenseman Nikita Zadorov.
everything into play.”
would have thought before the season? ... “It’s been punch, counter-punch, punch,” Colorado took a goal lead on two separate
The last thing they wanted to do was play Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said. “What did occasions in the second period, only to No tes : Karlsson had his 12th assist of
another one in San Jose. We accomplished they do tonight that we didn’t do? They have the Sharks tie it right back up. After the 2019 postseason. ... DeBoer on no
step No. 1 and now we have to regroup and found a way to get an extra goal.” Jost scored, Vlasic answered. And after penalties being called after midway through
win another one.” Colorado has been playing desperate Compher’s goal, Burns responded with 9.8 the second period: “The whistles were in the
J.T. Compher scored twice and had an hockey since late in the regular season just seconds left. pockets. What are you going to do?” ...
assist, while Tyson Jost added another goal. trying to sneak into the playoffs. The team It was a painful second period for Mikko Avalanche F Matt Calvert missed a second
Philipp Grubauer made 19 saves, includ- went 8-0-2 down the stretch to secure the Rantanen, who took a hip check from Burns straight game with an upper body injury.
ing a pad save on Tomas Hertl early in OT. eighth seed. The Avs haven’t lost back-to- in the right hip/thigh area. Rantanen imme- Up n e x t : Game 7 of the series
Marc-Edouard Vlasic scored twice, includ- back games since mid-March. diately went to the bench and into the lock- Wednesday in San Jose.
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says he has thyroid cancer work in May.
East Division East Division
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Softball NEW YORK — Mets announcer In a statement Monday, Darling
Tampa Bay 22 12 .647 — Philadelphia 19 14 .576 — Carlmont at Burlingame, Aragon at Half Moon Bay,
New York 20 14 .588 2 Atlanta 18 16 .529 1 1/2 San Mateo at Capuchino, Woodside at Hillsdale, Ron Darling says he has thyroid says that after the removal of the
Boston 17 19 .472 6 New York 16 18 .471 3 1/2 Menlo-Atherton at South City, 4 p.m. cancer and hopes to return to mass and additional tests, the thy-
Toronto 15 20 .429 7 1/2 Washington 14 19 .424 5 SNY’s broadcast booth in about a
Baltimore 13 22 .371 9 1/2 Miami 9 24 .273 10 Baseball roid cancer diagnosis was made.
WCAL tournament month. “My doctors have said they are
Central Division Central Division No. 7 Saint Ignatius at No. 2 Serra; No. 8 Archbishop
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Riordan at No. 1 Valley Christian; No. 6 Sacred Heart Darling issued a statement April optimistic that the cancer is treat-
Minnesota 21 12 .636 — Chicago 19 12 .613 — Cathedral at No. 3 Archbishop Mitty; No. 5 Bel- 13 saying he planned to have sur- able and that I would be back on air
Cleveland 18 15 .545 3 St. Louis 20 14 .588 1/2 larmine at No. 4Saint Francis, 4 p.m. gery to remove a large mass from talking baseball in the next
Detroit 15 16 .484 5 Milwaukee 20 16 .556 1 1/2
Chicago 15 18 .455 6 Pittsburgh 16 15 .516 3 Sequoia at Half Moon Bay, Woodside at Menlo- his chest and hoped to return to month or so,” he said.
Kansas City 12 24 .333 10 1/2 Cincinnati 14 20 .412 6 1/2 Atherton, Aragon at Mills, San Mateo at El Camino,
South City at Jefferson, Harker at Westmoor, 4 p.m.
dropping in.”

West Division West Division
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Boys’ volleyball
Houston 21 14 .600 — Los Angeles 22 14 .611 — CCS tournament Giants starters gave up 27 runs
Seattle 19 18 .514 3 Arizona 20 14 .588 1 Division I in the four-game series, leaving
Texas 16 16 .500 3 1/2 San Diego 19 16 .543 2 1/2 No.8 Carlmont (18-2) at No.1 Monta Vista (30-3),7 p.m. the bullpen depleted. Bochy had to
Angels 15 19 .441 5 1/2 Colorado 16 19 .457 5 1/2
A’s 15 21 .417 6 1/2 Giants 15 19 .441 6 Division II Continued from page 13 go longer with some of his reliev-
No. 7 Monterey (19-11) at No. 2 Serra (25-7), 7 p.m. ers Monday, and the strain
Monday’s Games Monday’s Games showed.
ChicagoWhite Sox 9,Cleveland 1 Cincinnati 12, San Francisco 4 Division III when bees invaded the visiting
N.Y.Yankees 7,Seattle 3 Tampa Bay 12, Arizona 1 No. 8 Sacred Heart Prep (20-6) at No. 1 Harker (28-
dugout. Another game at Four Reds were hit by pitches
Milwaukee 5, Washington 3 5), 7 p.m.
Baltimore 4,Boston 1
Miami 6, Chicago Cubs 5 Riverfront — this one against the during the sixth inning — two
Minnesota 8,Toronto 0
Tampa Bay 12,Arizona 1 St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 0 Boys’ golf Phillies — was delayed for 17 min- with the bases loaded — to tie the
L.A. Dodgers 5, Atlanta 3 CCS tournament at Laguna Seca Golf Ranch-Mon- major league record for an inning
Houston 6,Kansas City 4 terey utes in 1987, with Reds starter Ted
San Diego 4, N.Y. Mets 0
Tuesday’s Games
Tuesday’s Games Regional 1, 8 a.m. Power getting stung on his hand. set in 1893. Pat Venditte hit three
ChiSox (Giolito 2-1) at Cleveland (Rodriguez 0-1),3:10 p.m. Regional 2, 1 p.m.
Texas (Sampson 0-1) at Bucs (Brault 0-1), 4:05 p.m.
Senzel was a focus of a series of them.
Arizona (Clarke 0-0) at Rays (Stanek 0-1), 4:10 p.m.
Boston (Velazquez 0-2) at Baltimore (Hess 1-4),4:05 p.m. Nats (Strasburg 3-1) at Brewers (Peralta 1-1),4:40 p.m. WEDNESDAY between the NL’s two least-produc- When Sandoval made his second
Texas (Sampson 0-1) at Pittsburgh (Brault 0-1),4:05 p.m. Phils (Nola 2-0) at St. Louis (Hudson 2-2), 4:45 p.m. Baseball career pitching appearance and
Minnesota(Berrios5-1)atToronto(Sanchez3-2),4:07p.m. Miami (Smith 3-0) at Cubs (Lester 2-1), 5:05 p.m. Terra Nova at Carlmont, Capuchino at King’s Acad- tive offenses. The second overall
Arizona (Clarke 0-0) atTampa Bay (TBD),4:10 p.m. SF (Bumgarner 1-4) at Rox (Senzatela 2-1), 5:40 p.m. emy, Burlingame at Menlo School, Sacred Heart pick in the 2016 amateur draft was plunked Jose Peraza in the eighth
L.A.Angels (Canning 0-0) at Detroit (Norris 1-0),4:10 p.m. Reds (Mahle 0-4) at Oakland (Fiers 2-3), 7:07 p.m. Prep at Hillsdale, 4 p.m. called up to help spark an offense inning, it tied the NL record and
KansasCity(Duffy0-1)atHouston(McHugh3-3),5:10p.m. Atlanta (Fried 4-1) at L.A. (Ryu 3-1), 7:10 p.m. set a Reds’ modern record of five
Cincinnati (Mahle 0-4) at Oakland (Fiers 2-3),7:07 p.m. NYM (Syndergaard 2-3) at SD (Quantrill 0-1),7:10 p.m. Softball batting .207, worst in the majors.
Mills at South City, Jefferson at Sequoia,Terra Nova He connected on the second batters hit in a game.
at Menlo-Atherton, 4 p.m.
pitch by Drew Pomeranz (1-4) and Anthony DeSclafani (2-1) gave
WARRIORS PLAYOFFS SHARKS PLAYOFFS THURSDAY homered again in the second up four runs, including Sandoval’s
Softball three-run homer, in six innings.
Warriors 2, Houston 2 Sharks 3, Colorado 3 Hillsdale at San Mateo, Half Moon Bay at Capuchino, inning for a 6-0 lead. Senzel went
Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100 Friday, April 26: Sharks 5, Colorado 2 Carlmont at Aragon, Burlingame at Woodside, 4 4 for 17 in the series with three The Reds hit 15 homers during
Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109 Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, Sharks 3 p.m. solo homers. He is the first Reds the series, tying the club record for
Saturday, May 4: Houston 126, Warriors 121, OT Tuesday, April 30: Sharks 4, Colorado 2
Monday, May 6: Houston 126, Warriors 121 Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, Sharks 0 Baseball rookie to hit three homers in his a series. They also hit 15 during a
Half Moon Bay at Sequoia, Menlo-Atherton at first four games. three-game series against the
Wednesday, May 8: Houston at Warriors, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 4: Sharks 2, Colorado 1 Woodside, Mills at Aragon, El Camino at San Mateo,
Friday, May 10: Warriors at Houston, 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 6: Colorado 4, Sharks 3 Westmoor at Jefferson, South City vs Crystal Springs “I honestly don’t feel like it’s Phillies in 1999 that included a

x-Sunday, May 12: Houston at Warriors, TBD Wednesday, May 8: Colorado at Sharks, 6 p.m. at Sea Cloud Park, 4 p.m. going well,” said Senzel, who also nine-homer, 22-3 win.
struck out three times and hit into
a double play. “I’m still getting to Trainer’s room
where I want to be. There’s a lot of
Evan Longoria got another day
room for growth.”
to rest his sore shoulder. He has
Pomeranz lasted only 1 2/3
missed the last three games.
innings and gave up seven runs for
the first time since 2014. Jose
Iglesias had a single, double and
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becoming more energy efficient and sup- by leveraging county incentives for craft- city’s new Recreation Center, which is cur-

Continued from page 1
porting Peninsula Clean Energy, according
to the plan.
Should the variety of initiatives be imple-
ing the plans.
In coordination with the improved trans-
portation plans, establishing a complete
rently designed to be energy neutral, could
be a useful resource to model efficiency
standards to local residents.
mented effectively, Burlingame officials street network through infrastructure “I’m proud that we are trying to lead the
expect the community will reach the emis- amendments will go far to encouraging peo- way and set an example,” she said.
the environment over the coming decades. sion-reduction benchmarks established in ple to walk, bike or avoid driving.
The Burlingame Planning Commission 2030, 2040 and 2050. The climate plan is brought forward as the
Such improvements could include marked
and City Council during a joint discussion city updates its general plan as well, which
Most impactful among the programs iden- or raised crosswalks, timed signals, curb
Saturday, April 28, opened a discussion on amends the community’s master zoning and
tified in the report is adoption of Peninsula extensions and other initiatives. But unlike
the city’s updated climate action plan docu- development policy for the coming few
Clean Energy, the county’s provider of elec- some of the other undertakings, the city’s
ment. decades.
tricity drawn from renewable sources which cost is likely much higher due to the
Officials are crafting the proposal in an
does not generate greenhouse gases. expense of infrastructure repairs. Once approved, officials will perform an
effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
over the coming two decades through Should the program stay its course and For her part, Vice Mayor Emily Beach said annual update on program effectiveness to
improved mobility routes, more efficient officials promote residents using the alter- she believed such investments will be track the city’s progress in limiting green-
development practices, natural resource native energy source, officials expect to essential to improving connectivity and house gas emission and growing more envi-
conservation and more. make a sizable step toward becoming more energy efficiency throughout the city. ronmentally sensitive.
The plan raises 20 measures designed to sustainable, according to the report. “How do we create the infrastructure and Beyond the specific initiatives laid out in
make Burlingame a more environmentally- Transportation demand management build our cities for the future in the next 20 the plan to reduce greenhouse gasses, the
friendly community, which must be imple- plans, which are required for all new devel- to 30 years? The future Burlingame, not the city is also working on a sea level rise pro-
mented as the city faces expected growth in opments in Burlingame, were identified as a Burlingame that existed for how people get tection plan which primarily addresses the
the next few decades. key area as well, in an attempt to reduce the around in 1950, 1970 and 1990? And I cer- segment of the city east of Highway 101
For his part, Community Development amount of single-occupancy car trips visit- tainly think this community is doing some abutting the Bay.
Director Kevin Gardiner said the discussion ing each new project. important work,” she said, according to
at the recent meeting was the first in a series By encouraging carpooling, dedicating video of the meeting. In all, the plan’s vision aims to make
designed to formulate and craft the policy. prime parking spots for electric vehicles, Supporting energy efficiency fixes to the Burlingame a more sustainable and resilient
Among the most notable programs and promoting bicycling and other alternative city’s aging buildings would be beneficial community over the coming decades.
practices identified to cut greenhouse gas modes of transportation and similar initia- as well, by promoting upgrades when prop- “This 2030 [climate action plans] fully
emissions are implementing a transporta- tives, officials can help facilitate signifi- erties are purchased and remodeled or host- replaces the 2009 [climate action plan] and
tion demand management plan, establish- cant greenhouse gas emission reductions, ing workshops designed to spread aware- is tasked with continuing the city’s down-
ing a complete streets network, adopting according to the report. There are marginal ness. hill [greenhouse gas] emissions for years to
more efficient construction management, costs associated with such an effort as well, To that end, Mayor Donna Colson said the come,” according to the report.

funding to match what we are doing local- living, Stivers said the affordability crisis the influx of state money would help locals

Continued from page 1
ly,” said Stivers.
She pointed to contributions by the coun-
ty Board of Supervisors from the Measure K
is pushing many locals out, as she claimed
thousands of residents are relocating in
search of a less expensive place to life.
manage the uptick in development impacts.
The report also calls for more tax credits
to finance affordable housing development,
fund to support affordable housing as a key A recent report from CoreLogic suggests a while also seeking a new capital gains tax
initiative locally used to combat the short- little relief may be on the horizon as home credit to preserve existing units.
He also suggested bringing back redevel-
age of below-market units. Measure K is prices could become less expensive over the More locally, the report seeks investment
opment agencies, or at least a narrowly-
half-cent sales tax for county services that coming year. But that may offer marginal of at least 25% of Measure K funds to create
defined version with allocations specifical-
the Board of Supervisors earmarked a signif- solace to those needing affordable housing affordable homes, while also looking for
ly for affordable housing, would go far to
icant portion of for housing programs. assistance, as the CoreLogic report cites policy amendments to facilitate construc-
assuring local officials are offered the rev-
enue needed to improve their communities. Yet despite the county’s allocation, the inability to afford a down payment is the tion of additional units. Among the notable
“We need the Legislature to act,” he said. difference between available affordable largest barrier precluding renters from enter- recommendations, the report calls for a pol-
To that end, state lawmakers recently units and the amount needed is remains stark ing the home-buying market. icy prioritizing housing development and
raised a couple of proposals designed sepa- according to the report, which claims San To help the California address this issue, requiring a 20% affordable housing mini-
rately to bring back some form of redevel- Mateo County is still short 22,269 below- the Housing Partnership report suggests $1 mum on Caltrain property.
opment and also lower the voter approval market rental homes. billion should be allocated by state lawmak- Beyond the local recommendations,
threshold for tax measures. The scarcity of such units squeezes the ers to help local governments meet housing Stivers lauded the commitment from county
Evelyn Stivers, executive director of middle and lower classes, according to the development standards. officials to address concerns around afford-
Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo report which shows renters need to earn Schultz characterized the increased fund- ability and turned her focus to lawmakers for
County, said the legislation would work in more than four times the local minimum ing as common sense, since lawmakers are a similar commitment.
tandem with local contributions to make the wage to afford the county’s median $3,512 pushing legislation compelling cities to “While we are making headway, we need
region more affordable. monthly rent. approve new development, while financing partnership from the state and federal levels
“We need the state and federal sources of Compounded with the other high costs of levels are remaining relatively flat. He said to be successful,” she said.

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Blome said the excitement has lasted public records to a Rob Jaeger who lives

Calendar FAMILY
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in the weeks following the discovery as
the siblings texted and called each
other, eventually arranging an in-per-
in Kansas City. She said the family was
able to find a phone number for his wife
Liz Jaeger, who is a Realtor, and heard
The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Impactf ul Advocacy Work shop
son meeting in the Bay Area in late back from Rob Jaeger Thursday night,
San Carlos Adult Community Center, presented by YWCA. 7 p.m. to 8:30 April. Blome, a middle school teacher, much to their excitement. Having been
601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. Learn p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 woman living in San Diego. said she considers herself an outgoing adopted three days after he was born,
basic drawing skills. Primrose Road, Burlingame. Explore Though Luckhurst was hosting friends
effective action for the most critical person but grew nervous as her plane Rob Jaeger said he knew very little
Author Talk and Book Discussion issues of our time. Tips and tricks for at her home when Blome sent a message landed in Oakland, wondering how her about his birth mother and father before
with Francine Toder, Ph.D. 6 p.m. standard tactics and unique lessons to her March 30, Chris Colgin couldn’t siblings would react to meeting her. the siblings connected with him last
South San Francisco Main Library, and stories from YWCA’s legislative
840 W. Orange Ave., South San advocacy and Impact community wait to call Blome, who the website said But she said as soon as she saw week, and Luckhurst noted they were
Francisco. Free. For more information organizing fellowship for young could be a first cousin of the three sib- Luckhurst and Chris Colgin’s wife Sandi shocked to connect with two of their
call 829-3860. women of color. Free. For more infor- lings. Though he was attending a con-
mation call 558-7400. Rocco at the airport, all of Blome’s half-siblings in just weeks.
Hula Dancing with Hapa Hula. 7 ference in Reno that weekend, Chris nerves melted away. “We’re all just exhausted,” said
p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 FRIDAY, MAY 10 Colgin decided to give Blome a call “As soon as I went down to the bag- Luckhurst. “But happy exhausted. After
Library Ave., Millbrae. Experience a Community Benefits and Resource
journey throughout the Polynesian Fair. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. San from his hotel room to see if he could gage claim, that all just went away,” she so many years and years of wanting to
islands with dances from Hawaii, Mateo Senior Center, 2645 Alameda answer some of Blome’s questions said. “We just hung out all night and find our siblings, and it’s like, ‘wow, in
Tahiti, New Zealand and the Cook de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Get infor- about their family connection. A few
Islands. Free. For more information mation on Transportation Discount basically just talked and laughed.” one month, we found two.’”
call 697-7607. Programs, Housing, Health and Social minutes later, he was convinced he was Blome said she’s enjoyed looking at Having long thought he was half
Services, Fraud Protection, speaking with his half-sister. photos of her mother and her siblings Hawaiian and half Irish, Rob Jaeger said
Lawyers in the Library. 7 p.m. to 9 Emergency Services, Caregiving and
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda more. Free. For more information call “There was no doubt,” he said. “It was through the years, noting many family he was interested to find some 53% of
de las Pulgas, Belmont. A 20-minute 349-2200. almost as if I could visually see her from members and close friends have his heritage is based in Malaysia and
consultation with an attorney. Free.
Registration required. For more infor- Floral Lei-Making with Hapa Hula. Reno.” observed a striking resemblance that he is likely 47% Ashkenazi Jewish
mation call 591-8286. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Though Chris Colgin detected a strik- between her and Marla Ragaza, who was when he did a DNA test along with his
Library Ave., Millbrae. Learn how to
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 make fresh floral lei wristlets or ing resemblance between Blome’s voice also a teacher. She remembered silence adoptive mother a couple years ago.
Love Ya, Mom. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. crowns. Free. For more information and mannerisms and those of his late following one of her laughs last week- Aside from his birth mother’s last name,
Bethany Lutheran Church, 1095 call 697-7607. mother Marla Ragaza, the San Diego end and someone noting she sounded
Cloud Ave., Menlo Park. Learn about
Rob Jaeger knew very little about his
the transformation women undergo HLC Policy Mixer: Affordable resident’s birth story matched notes just like her mother. She said she’s biological parents and said he hadn’t felt
when they take on the role of a Housing Week 2019. 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Ragaza left with her children about three excited for her husband and two children an impetus to find his birth parents, in
mother. Free. For more information Luttickens Main and Elm, 150 Elm St.,
call 854-5897. Redwood City. Listen to some of the others she’d had with three other men in to meet siblings she never knew she had part because he didn’t think there was a
work the Housing Leadership the mid- to late-1960s before she mar- on Mother’s Day, when the siblings way to do so and also because he had a
Presentation: How to Build a Council has been up to and what is ried the Colgins’ father Mike Colgin. plan to meet again.
Personal Brand in Just 15 Minutes planned for the future. Food and wonderful life with his adoptive parents
a Week . 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Bovet drink provided. $35. For more infor- Chris Colgin said Ragaza died in 1997 and two siblings, who were also adopt-
Office Center, 155 Bovet Road, San
Mateo. Tickets cost $5. Registration
mation call 204-5634. of complications from congestive heart ‘She fit right in’ ed.
failure and told him and his two siblings Rob Jaeger said his wife let him know
required. For more information call Floral Mania — A Quilting Exhibit. For David Colgin, seeing Blome learn
(917) 903-8764. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. South San about their half-siblings when they she had just spoken with his half-broth-
Francisco Municipal Services about her birth mother and interact with
were in their late teens. er Chris Colgin when she returned home
‘The S Word’ — Film Screening and Building, 33 Arroyo Drive, South San his family was nothing short of unbe-
Live Panel. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Francisco. The program also features lievable, especially since the Colgins from work Thursday night, and he spoke
Redwood City Public Library- a special fiber art exhibit created by
the SSF Greenhouse Quilters. Other
Exploring roots had wondered whether they would ever with Chris Colgin and Blome shortly
Community Room, 1044 Middlefield
Road, Redwood City. Free. For more highlights include exciting door Adopted by a couple living in San meet their older half-siblings. He said after, learning from Blome that Ragaza
information call 780-7058. prize opportunities, and a gift bou- had saved newspaper clippings with
tique with unique gift items available Diego, Blome was born March 17, he and his siblings are known to talk
Writers Helping Writers. 7 p.m. to to purchase. Free. For more informa- 1969, at Mercy Hospital and San Diego over each other, and Blome was no dif- reports of his birth father’s death on an
8:30 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 tion call 829-3800. County records show her mother’s maid- ferent, and added many felt like his aircraft carrier in 1966. Having believed
W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Join other his father’s last name was McLoughlin
writers to hear award-winning ‘Shoggoths on the Veldt’ by en name is Ragaza. She said she had a mother had something to do with their
author Laurel Anne Hill give a work- Cameron McNar y. 8 p.m. The great upbringing with wonderful parents new connection. for years, Rob Jaeger soon learned his
shop on ‘Getting the Point.’ For more Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, birth father’s name is Norman Levy.
information call 522-7849. Redwood City. Cost is $27 to $37. For and for a long time wasn’t sure about “She’s just like us,” he said. “It’s nuts.
more information call 493-2006. reconnecting with her birth mother. But She fit right in.” “Now here I am, I just found out I’m
THURSDAY, MAY 9 after watching the TV show “Finding Though Blome was nervous to tell her the oldest of six siblings on my birth
Giveaways at the Burlingame SATURDAY, MAY 11
Caltrain Station for Bike to Work Mother’s Day Mommy and Me Your Roots” with her daughter and with adoptive mother about her connection mother’s side and now I just found out
Day. 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Burlingame Magical Unicorn Break fast. 8:30 her 50th birthday approaching, about a with her siblings, she said her mother, the name of my father,” he said. “I was
Caltrain Station, 290 California Drive, a.m. to 10 a.m. Hillsdale Shopping like, ‘how much more can I absorb
Burlingame. Free refreshments and Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. year ago Blome decided to try submit- who is about to turn 88, was overjoyed
give-away items. For more informa- Breakfast, activities and photos. Cost ting information to AncestryDNA to to hear her daughter finally had the sib- here.’”
is $14.99 per person. Registration better understand her genealogy. Rob Jaeger said knowing his father’s
tion call (864) 438-0000.
required. For more information call lings she had always wished for her to
The 21st Annual Updates on 571-1029. Blome said she was interested to learn have. name allowed him to piece together
Dementia Conference. 8 a.m. to 4:30 of her Filipino and Irish background as “I felt it as a mom, too, it was impor- aspects of his birth father’s life he either
p.m. South San Francisco Conference Second Saturday Divorce
Center, 255 S. Airport Blvd., South San Workshop. 9 a.m. to noon. San Carlos well as to learn about some distant tant to me to let my kids know what is never knew or had slightly inaccurate
Francisco. Researchers and clinicians Community Center, 1001 Chestnut cousins on the Irish side of the family. your heritage and bloodline,” she said. information for, like his career as a pilot
present the latest research in the bio- St., San Carlos. Educational workshop in the U.S. Navy and not the U.S. Army
for women who find themselves nav- But she was intrigued when she opened Chris Colgin said the reunion has
logical, social, psychological and cul-
tural aspects of aging and dementia igating the confusing divorce her laptop March 30 to find a match already sparked plans within the family as he had previously believed. He said
with particular emphasis on practical process. For more information call with Luckhurst, who the database sug- to get together for holidays. It has also he has also been able to connect with a
applications. Cost $100. For more 434-2177.
information call (408) 372-9951.
gested could be a first cousin. She said sparked a renewed effort to fill in the half-sister on his father’s side in the
Family Fun Ride and Bike Rodeo. she reached out to Luckhurst and blanks of their family history and con- time since he spoke with Blome, and is
Farmers’ Market at Bay Meadows. 10 a.m. to noon. College Park looking forward to learning more about
Elementary School, 715 Indian Ave., explained she was adopted and was hop- nect with their two older brothers,
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bay Meadows,
3060 S. Delaware St., San Mateo. Free. San Mateo. Learn how to ride safely ing to learn more about her family his- Robert and Paul. According to a hand- his family history as he continues to
For more information call 627-0000. with YBikes, join San Mateo Police tory, growing worried later in the day written note from Marla Ragaza, Robert communicate with his siblings.
Department for a ride around the
Downsizing, Estate Planning and neighborhood, face painting and a about how her message could be Jaeger was born Dec. 23, 1965, in Though he acknowledged there are
Managing Finances. 11 a.m. to 1 balloon artist. Free. For more infor- received by the family. Salinas and Paul was born Dec. 13, many aspects of his birth parents’ lives
p.m. Atria at Foster City Square, 707 mation call 522-7300.
But when Luckhurst responded asking 1967, in San Diego. he will never know, Rob Jaeger
Thayer lane, Foster City. Free. The
presentation will discuss multiple San Bruno AARP Chapter 2895 if she was born on St. Patrick’s Day at expressed his gratitude for both the life
Monthly Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. Mercy Hospital, Blome felt relief, he lived with his adoptive parents and
aspects of estate planning. For more
San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 Another reunion
information call 389-9098.
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. For which was joined by excitement to In an effort to try connecting with her his good fortune in connecting with his
Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to more information call 583-4499. receive Chris Colgin’s phone call the two half-brothers, Luckhurst said she half siblings.
noon. Foster City Recreation Center, same evening. entered the names of her brothers on the “All of this unfolding has just been a
650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Friends of the Library Spring Book
Presentation on reverse mortgages. Sale. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. South San “I went from an only child to being family tree hosted on and blessing,” he said. “There’s a lot of
Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
Free. For more information call 286-
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. For the middle of six in one day,” she said. was told there were a few matches in questions that will now be answered.”
more information call 829-3860.
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104 Training 110 employment 203 public notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
TeRmS & condiTionS ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- STATemenT #280884
fieds will not be responsible for more neWSpApeR inTeRnS The following person is doing business
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- as: TRINITY, 605 Spar Drive, Redwood
bility shall be limited to the price of one JouRnAliSm City, CA 94065. Registered Owner:
insertion. No allowance will be made for The Daily Journal is looking for in- Theresa C. Pingjungting Perry, 1507 Ag-
errors not materially affecting the value terns to do entry level reporting, re- new Rd #114, SANTA CLARA, CA
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- search, updates of our ongoing fea- 95054. The business is conducted by an
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- Individual. The registrants commenced
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
Card. so welcome. to transact business under their FBN on
We expect a commitment of four to /s/Theresa C. Perry/
105 education/instruction eight hours a week for at least four This statement was filed with the Asses-
months. The internship is unpaid, but sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- 4/23/19, 4/30/19, 5/7/19, 5/14/19).
terns have progressed in time into
Is your child's school paid correspondents and full-time re-
maximizing their potential? porters. ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme
STATemenT #281063
Thrive at: College students or recent graduates The following person is doing business over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
up AcAdemy elementary are encouraged to apply. Newspaper as: Once Upon A Paper, 1019 Magnolia
experience is preferred but not neces- Avenue #2, MILLBRAE, CA 94030. Reg- sarily required. istered Owners: Denise Weathers-Solis
and Ericson M. Solis, same address. The
Please send a cover letter describing business is conducted by a Married Cou-
your interest in newspapers, a resume ple. The registrants commenced to
110 employment and three recent clips. Before you ap- transact business under their FBN on
ply, you should familiarize yourself /s/Denise Weathers-Solis/
with our publication. Our Web site: This statement was filed with the Asses-
cARegiVeRS Send your information via e-mail to
sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). or by reg-
2 years experience ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd.,
#123, San Mateo CA 94402 ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme
required. STATemenT #281070
The following person is doing business
as: Howera’s Hot Sauce Spread, 45 Tan-
Immediate placement foran Ave, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066.
Registered Owner: Howera Tessema, 203 public notices 296 Appliances 298 collectibles
on all assignments. 127 elderly care same address. The business is conduct-
ed by an Individual. The registrants ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme hoTpoinT heAVy Duty Dryer excellent depReSSion glASS Dining Plate. 8
commenced to transact business under STATemenT #281156 working condition Burlingame $50 Call 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red.
call fAmily ReSouRce their FBN on 04/23/2019.
/s/Howera Tessema/
The following person is doing business
as: Skyridge Real Estate, 1021 S El Ca-
Dan (408)656-0958 $12 (650)762-6048

guide This statement was filed with the Asses- mino Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. mAyTAg WASheR excellent working gAmeS of the 23rd Olympiad maga-
(650)777-9000 The San Mateo Daily Journal’s
twice-a-week resource guide for
sor-County Clerk on 4/23/2019. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Registered Owner: Mayra Espinosa, 424
Glasgow Dr., Pacifica, CA 94044. The
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
business is conducted by an Individual.
children and families. 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). The registrants commenced to transact neW, SingeR Sewing Machine Univer- lennox Red Rose, Unused, hand
every Tuesday & Weekend business under their FBN on 05/02/2019. sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
/s/Mayra Espinosa/ chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
Job Title: director of product ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme This statement was filed with the Asses-
Look for it in today’s paper to STATemenT #281155
management, contact sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- TiffAny STyle Lamp shade. Older- milleR liTe Neon sign , work good
find information on family The following person is doing business ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
center resources in the local area, multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) $59 call (650)218-6528
as: Mandarin Reading Club, 533 Airport 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). 727-7266.
Job Location: Belmont, CA including childcare. Blvd. Suite 400, BURLINGAME, CA old, AnTique, Bottle Collection: 20
94010. Registered Owner: Gold Medal u.S. RAnge Co. 36" commercial range bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048
Education LLC, CA. The business is con- STATemenT of AbAndonmenT of (1984 model) w/large single oven. 4
Requirements: BS or equiv. in IT, MIS, The uSe of A ficTiTiouS buSineSS burners, broiler,12x24 griddle. Black with one collecTion of antique Cuban
etc. + 10 yrs. exp. reqd. ducted by a Limited Liability Company. Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No
Exp. w/ Jira, Confluence, 203 public notices The registrants commenced to transact nAme STATemenT 261784
Registered Owner (Legal Entity) aban-
s/s backsplash, shelf. Works, clean, no
business under their FBN on N/A. missing parts. Orig. owner, home use on-
Smartsheets, Aha!, doning the use of the Fictitious Business ly. U-haul. $650 Call Mark 650-207-0882.
Wireshark, Kibana & ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme /s/James Hsu/ Name: Cole Musselman. Name of Busi- SmAll Rug beater. $15.00 (650)207-
Salesforce reqd. STATemenT #280856 This statement was filed with the Asses- ness: Bowl Lotta Love. Date of original 4162
sor-County Clerk on 5/2/2019. (Publish- VAcuum cleAneR (reconditioned)
The following person is doing business filing: 8-4-14. Address of Principal Place $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
as: Peninsula Del Rey Senior Living ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, of Business: 2260 Kent St., SAN MA- STemmed cRySTAl. 3 styles. 13
Mail Resume: RingCentral, Inc. pieces. Pattern: "Catherine".
Attn: HR Dept. Com, 165 Pierce St., DALY CITY, CA 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). TEO, CA 94403. Registrants: Cole Mus-
94015. Registered Owner: SRGL DALY selman and Daniel Williams, same ad- 297 bicycles $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839
20 Davis Drive,
CITY, LLC, DE. The business is conduct- dress. The business was conducted by
Belmont, CA 94002 ed by a Limited Liability Company. The ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme a General Partnership. AdulT bikeS 1 regular and 2 with bal- ToppS bASebAll complete set 1987
registrants commenced to transact busi- STATemenT #281023 loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
/s/Cole Musselman/ 4474
ness under their FBN on 6/20/12. The following person is doing business This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/J. Wickliffe Peterson/ as: Edra Digital, 347 Laurie Meadows Dr. sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo child’S SchWinn bicycle, blue in
This statement was filed with the Asses- good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. TWo 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig-
Apt. 407, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Reg- County on 4/11/19. ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for
sor-County Clerk on 3/29/2019. (Publish- istered Owner: Sophie Eden, same ad- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, mounTAin bike new 21 gears $100. both. Steve (650)518-6614
SAleS/mARkeTing dress. The business is conducted by an nal, 4/16/19, 4/23/19, 4/30/19, 5/7/19).
4/23/19, 4/30/19, 5/7/19, 5/14/19). (650)722-3634
inTeRnShipS Individual. The registrants commenced VinTAge STemWARe: 3 styles, 23
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking to transact business under their FBN on mounTAin bike. Top brand. Runs pcs. $60, (650)207-4162
for ambitious interns who are eager to ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme N/A. 295 Art good. $39. (660)342-5220
jump into the business arena with both STATemenT #281038 /s/Sophie Eden/ 299 computers
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs The following person is doing business This statement was filed with the Asses- oil pAinTing-cAnVASS, Victorian 298 collectibles
of the newspaper and media industries. as: Crystal Springs Pet Hospital, 122 De sor-County Clerk on 4/18/2019. (Publish- Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 19" coloR Monitor with stand VG con-
Anza Blvd, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, OBO (650)515-6091 15 lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- dition power cord/owners manual includ-
This position will provide valuable
experience for your bright future. Registered Owner: Crystal Springs Vet- 5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
Email resume erinary Services, Inc., CA. The business 296 Appliances more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839 is conducted by a Corporation. The reg- RecoRdAble cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop-
istrants commenced to transact business ficTiTiouS buSineSS nAme AiR condiTioneR 10000 BTU w/re- 1984 Time magazine. Special 1994 ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
under their FBN on 04/11/19. STATemenT #281128 mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg (650) 578 9208
SAleS - Telemarketing and Inside Sales /s/Murali Gadde/ The following person is doing business brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- (650)588-0842
This statement was filed with the Asses- as: Rellia Consulting, 1700 De Anza
Representative needed to sell newspa- sor-County Clerk on 4/19/2019. (Publish- Blvd. #306, SAN MATEO, CA 94403.
0898 300 Toys
per print and web advertising and event ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 49’eR 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie
marketing solutions. To apply, please call 4/23/19, 4/30/19, 5/7/19, 5/14/19). Registered Owner: Mariko Hayashida, fRee WASheR and 220v dryer, both deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. 14-1000-pcS puzzleS $3.00 ea.
650-344-5200 and send resume to same address. The business is conduct- working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 (650)207-4162 ed by an Individual. The registrants move, stairs.
commenced to transact business under AppRox. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer AmeRicAn flyeR locomotive runs
their FBN on N/A. glASS-pAnel lAmpShAde. Similar Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207-
RiggeR helpeR /s/Mariko Hayashida/ to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi- 4162
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
full time, benefits, will train. This statement was filed with the Asses- ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade. Jump And Play Keyboard brand new, in
Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds. sor-County Clerk on 5/1/2019. (Publish- $75 (650)727-7266 collecTAble cAbbAge Patch Kids original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580.
415-798-0021 ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
5/7/19, 5/14/19, 5/21/19, 5/28/19). mfg h20lAbS Model 300 exc cond Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 STAR WARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. (650) 572-8895 $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
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BeeR sTeins-ORiGinAL from Germa- dininG chAiRs -Six Antique, sOfA-BeiGe fABRic, Orig. $900, Anne kLein silver-tone watch with neGRini fencinG Epee mask size M vinTAGe AuTOPiAnO upright player
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
(650)592-7483 (650)888-2662 (650)234-8218 al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 (415)260-6940 message or email

sOLid wOOd Dining table with exten- 308 Tools OLd B&L Microscope in good condition; wuRLiTzeR uPRiGhT piano. Fair con-
MAhOGAnY AnTique Secretary desk, dininG ROOM Table-Antique,Oak, sion great piece great condition black 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- 5chairs, w/ extension $200 AnTique iROn Hand Drills. 3 available
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. $80 (650)364-5263 RAY-BAn TOP Bar Sunglasses
(650)290-3188 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- 312 Pets & Animals
ROseviLLe TuLiP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. sOLid wOOd Entertainment Center- wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light-
TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In BRiGGs & Stratton Lawn Mower with weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- One kenneL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
$45. (650)574-2490. dininG TABLe (36"x54") and 4 match- Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. 6596 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60..
(650)771-6324. (650)593-2066
303 electronics $250 .(650)-654-1930. X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
(925)482-5742 ROLLeRBLAdes, used, size 10. $20
cRAfTsMAn 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" obo. Please call (650)745-6309
fRee TeLevisiOn - Mitsubishi, dininG TABLe - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 PARROT cAGe, Steel, Large - approx
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- TABLe 24"x48" folding legs each end. 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
sAMsOniTe 26" tan hard-sided suit offer. (650)245-4084
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost LG cRAfTsMen shop vac 6.5hp $60 case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
Delivery available. $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 (510)943-9221 $45. (650)328-6709
dininG TABLe. 72" by 42". With leaf
90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 shOPsMiTh MARk V 50th Anniversary 316 clothes
OnkYO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital ThOMAsviLLe dininG table, $50 4 siLk sARee 6 yards new nice color.for
most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, chairs, mid-century blonde with two (650)504-0585 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in- BROwn sued boots, fur-lined, size 8,
disPLAY cAse, glass top. 27”x20”x2” leaves call (650)697-3709. formation.
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
vinTAGe cRAfTsMAn Jig Saw. Circa
PhiLLiPs-50” cOLOR T.v., Heavy, $99 dResseR-AnTique vAniTY Combo, 3 Tiki BAR - Original from the 60’s,Like 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 sink, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, fAncY hiGh heel shoes, never worn
(650)591-8062 beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 $15.00 (650)544-5306 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
(650)290-3188 (650)245-4234. 310 Misc. for sale sLR Lens Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
304 furniture Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 fAux fuR Coat Woman's brown multi
enGLish dRAw Table, $50 Solid Wood 500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint,
AnTique dininG table for six people 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, Twin Bed, mattress, box spring, frame TiRes-seT Of four P225 45 R18 $80 color in excellent condition 3/4
no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 length $50 (650)692-8012
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 call(650)697-3709 $ 50. (650)598-9804. OBO (650)359-2238.
TwO wOOd Book Shelves, $75 with BessY sMALL Evening Hand Bag With TunTuRi ROwinG Machine, Good kAYAnO Men’s Running shoes size 11
AnTique MOhAGAnY Bookcase. Four eThAn ALLen sofa and love seat. Blue Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- drawers and pull-down desk call Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 good condition $20 (650)520-7045
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- (650)697-3709 BifOLd shuTTeRs 2x28”x79 $10.00 knee-hiGh BLAck women's boots,
BedsTeAd sinGLe, poster style, box stering. Free. (650)593-7001. uniden hARLeY Davidson Gas Tank
(650)544-5306 phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
spring, mattress available. $40.00. used BedROOM Furniture, FREE. Call $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
(650)593-7408 GLideR rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- (650)573-7381. BLue OYsTeR cult lp signed by donald wALkeR - Good Condition - Like New -
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash $35 (650)341-5347 LAdies sequin dress, blue, size XL,
BeiGe sOfA $99. Excellent Condition wALL uniT/ROOM Divider. Simple (408)661-6019 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
(650) 315-2319 ikeA dResseR, black, 3 shelf. 23" x lines. Breaks down for transportation.
15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. $25.(650)712-9962 leave message cAsh ReGisTeR Parts; Much Skin Not 311 Musical instruments Men's sTeTsOn hat, size large, new,
Bunk Beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 Guts $500 (415)269-4784 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or ikeA TABLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. 1929 AnTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- (650) 578-9208
$ 30. (650)598-9804. wALnuT chesT, small (4 drawer with ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call
B/O (650)685-2494 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 cOscO PLAY Pen with travel bag. Used
once $35 (650)591-2981 (650)742-6776. shOes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
MAhOGAnY Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W (650)508-8662
chinA cABineT Wallet, $20. Call x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- whiTe wickeR Armoire, asking $100,
(650)589-1407 great condition, text for picture (650)571- cuT GLAss serving bowl 8" diameter chROMATic hARMOnicA: Horner
3709 $25. Call 650-921-4016 TuxedO size 40, black, including white
0947 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
chOcOLATe BROwn living room chair (650)278-5776. shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
MATTRess, Twin long, excellent condi- deLuxe fOLdeR Walker - 5" wheels -
with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 weddinG dRess-desiGneR, Size 12,
Call 650-872-2371. wOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
new deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin- dRive 3-wheeL buggy $45. Call ePiPhOne Les Paul Custom Prophecy for $500 Call (650)867-1728
cOMPuTeR desk (glass) & chair. Like ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or (650)589-1407
Sell! (650) 875-8159. (650)421-5469. 306 housewares wOMAn's AMeRicAn Rag faux leather
jacket. Perfect condition. Black
fRee MAGAzines. Library discards
niAGARA viBRATinG Adjustable bed year old ones. Wide variety. Good for eveReTT uPRiGhT antique piano. /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
cOMPuTeR desk with 3 side drawers . good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan cRYsTAL wine glasses new (12ea) Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
$20.00 Call 650-592-2648 crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074
Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask (408)656-0958 wOMAn's TAhARi jacket. Perfect con-
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or huGe LudwiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
MikAsA seT. White. Modern (square) fRee: wiLd turkey feathers; whole & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
leave message queen sOfA Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For (650) 952-3466
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark
cOMPuTeR swiveL CHAIR. Padded call (650)697-3709 new "BeLLA" buffet triple slow cooker (916)975-4969 wOMen's BLAck suede fur lined
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 . and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
2648 PiAnO-AndRew kOhLeR, Mahogany,
hAT, T-shiRT, sweatshirt and comput- Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 wORk BOOTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
desk, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. ReTRO huTch Needs refinishing other- erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648
(650)458-3578 wise good condition. Top detaches from sink dOuBLe cast iron. Good condi- (415)334-1980 brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
bottom $25. (650)712-9962 tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
LiOneL chRisTMAs Holiday expan-
sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
PLAYeR PiAnO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- 318 sports equipment
nOTice TO BiddeRs LiOneL wesTeRn Union Pass car and sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
Sealed proposals will be received by the Office of the City Clerk, City of Millbrae, located at 621 dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 BiG BeRThA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
Magnolia Avenue, Millbrae, California 94030 until 2:00 P.M. on TuesdAY, MAY 28, 2019 for the ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
MOTLeY cRue lp signed by neil lee sPineT PiAnO + Bench, $50. Call (415)999-4474
project titled fY 2018-2019 wATeR POLLuTiOn cOnTROL PLAnT iMPROveMenTs. sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 (650)589-1407
The work to be performed under this contract consists of the following major items of work as list- BRAnd new Golf bag with Stand.
ed below: nOTice Of PuBLic heARinG Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
1. 6-inch GLAss Lined ducTiLe iROn PiPe sLudGe Line RePLAceMenT, ReGARdinG wAiveR RequesT No Texting.
2. dewATeRinG BuiLdinG ROOf RePAiR, And BRAnd new golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
3. nO. 3 wATeR PiPinG iMPROveMenTs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
The Engineer's Estimate is $500,000. on May 9, 2019, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the San Mateo gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
All proposals must be made on the proposal form included with the Contract Documents for the Adult School, 789 East Poplar, San Mateo, CA 94401.
eAsTOn ALuMinuM bat.33 inches, 30
proposed work. oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
A certified check or corporate surety bond of not less than ten percent (10%) of the amount bid The hearing will be held to gather public comment before the
for the total cost of the project must accompany each proposal. Board of Trustees of the San Mateo Union High School District eveRLAsT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
considers submitting a waiver request to the State Board of Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
A MAndATORY pre bid conference is scheduled on wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 10:00 A.M.
at the Public Works Operation Center located at 400 E. Millbrae Avenue. Education, relating to Education Code sections 17455, 17466, GuThY-RenkeR POweR Rider,Ever-
Contract documents are available on the City’s website at; click on the tab, 17469, 17472, 17473, 17474, and 17475. The waiver request last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
will ask that the District be allowed to waive certain surplus erciser $20 (510)770-1976
“Projects for Bid”. Bidder shall provide Bidder’s Proposal, Bid Security/Bond, Statement of Expe-
rience and Qualifications, and Non-Collusion Affidavit as identified in these Contract Documents. property procedures related to a potential sale or lease of sur- knee RideR $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
Each bidder shall also submit with his/her bid, the names, addresses, portion of work, license plus District property located at 300 Piedmont Avenue, San
Bruno, County of San Mateo, California, through a request for LeATheR GOLf bag with 23 clubs $90.
numbers and quotations of all subcontractors, if any, upon which the proposal is based as speci- (650) 592-2648.
fied in Section G2.08 of the General Conditions. proposal process rather than a public bid process. The public
Time of Completion shall be 150 working days after issuance of the Notice to Proceed. Liquidat- hearing is required by the waiver procedures found in Educa- Men's ROssiGnOL Skis. $95.00,
tion Code §§ 33050, et seq. good condition, (650)341-0282.
ed damages for failure to complete the work within the specified time are specified in the Con-
tract Documents. One dOzen Official League Diamond
The State of California has adopted a schedule of the general prevailing rates of per diem wages For further information, please contact Kevin Skelly, Superin- Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
tendent, San Mateo Union High School District, 650 N. Dela- (650)771-6324.
to be paid to the various craftsmen and laborers required to perform said work and improve-
ments, a copy of which may be obtained from the Department of Industrial Relations, Division of ware Street, San Mateo, California 94401; Ph: 650-558-2299. TOTAL GYM XLS, excellent condition.
Apprenticeship Standards, or can be download at their website at Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
No bidder may withdraw his/her bid for a period of ninety (90) days after the date set for the (650)588-0828
opening thereof. All bids shall remain valid for that period of time.
Bidders’ attention is directed to the Special Provisions of the Contract Documents which require fORMAL Bid fOR
the Contractor, to whom the contract for the work is awarded, to file with the Contracts and Pro- sAn MATeO uniOn hiGh schOOL disTRicT:
curement Department at the time of executing said contract, a Payment Bond and Performance JAniTORiAL cLeAninG suPPLies & PAPeR PROducTs
Bond, in the amount of 100% of the contract amount, meeting all requirements of said Contract
Documents and approved by the City Attorney. San Mateo Union High School District is currently seeking for-
The Millbrae City Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, alternate bids, or mal bids for janitorial cleaning supplies and paper products.
unit prices and/or waive any irregularities in any bid received.
Pursuant to Public Contract Code section 22300, the Contractor may substitute certain securities Request for bid sheet must be received by Friday, May 3,
for any money withheld by the City as retention to ensure Contractor’s performance under the 2019. Submittals must be received by Friday, May 10, 2019
contract. Such substitution of securities in lieu of retention shall be at the contractor’s request
and at contractor’s sole expense. Vendor must meet the following criteria:
The Contractor and all subcontractors shall be licensed with the Department of Consumer Affairs
of the State of California in the class appropriate for the work contemplated. Failure of Contractor • Provide 24-hour, 7 days per week online/on call customer
or his/her subcontractors to possess such current license at the time of bidding may be deemed service/support.
sufficient cause for the rejection of the bid. • Provide 24-hour emergency supply deliveries to all sites.
This project includes public works as defined by California Labor Code section 1720. The suc- No extra charge for ER deliveries.
cessful Bidder shall be responsible for the payment of prevailing wage rates, the training of ap- • Must have a full range (line) of maintenance/operations
prentices and compliance with other related requirements. and facility supplies, such as: Liners, Chemicals, Paper
No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid proposal or awarded a contract for a public Products, Equipment, Containers, Mops, Dust Mops, Han-
works project unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to La- dles, etc., to properly maintain our campuses
bor Code section 1725.5 at the time of bid. For federally funded projects, the contractor and sub- • Provide trainings at no cost for staff on proper use of
contractor must be registered at the time of contract award. (See Labor Code section 1771.1(a).) equipment and supplies.
Each bidder must submit proof of contractor registration with DIR (e.g. a hard copy of the rele- • Provide warranty replacement and ensure parts are avail-
vant page of the DIR's database found at: This contract able for equipment sold to the district for custodial use.
is subject to monitoring and enforcement by the DIR pursuant to Labor Code section 1771.4. • Provide in-house equipment or parts repair
Bidders shall have fully inspected the project site in all particulars and become thoroughly famili- • No minimum orders required
ar with the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents and local conditions affecting the • No freight charges
performance and costs of the work prior to submitting their bid proposal. • No fuel surcharges
By order of the Council of the City of Millbrae. • Same day or next day delivery
CITY COUNCIL • Provide SDS sheet and chemical labels at no cost to the
City of Millbrae District.
State of California • Provide warranty repairs to equipment that is purchased
By: Elena Suazo at no cost to the District.
City Clerk • Great customer service skills for a fast paced operation.
Dated: May 1, 2019 • Paper products that will meet the District's dispensers
5/7/19 without need of modifications or change outs
sAn MATeO dAiLY JOuRnAL Request bid sheet and submittals to:
Jim Hyde -
General Manager of Operations
San Mateo Union High School District
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VintAGe nASh Cruisers Mens/ Wom- CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT CAdillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado MotorCyCle SAddleBAGS, 1960S CAdillAC hub caps $40
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. 44,632 original miles. Needs body work with mounting hardware and other parts (650)592-3887
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 oPen houSe and headliner $2,475 OBO (650)218- $35. Call (650)670-2888.
BridGeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
Workout BenCh, weights, bars, for liStinGS Got An older
645 Boats
$50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
CAr, BoAt, or rV? CheVy ‘86 CorVette. Automatic.
List your Open House Do the humane thing. 93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800
BoAt- 7 FT Livingston Fiber Glass., 2.5 CheVy/GMC 1994. Full size. Front
in the Daily Journal. Donate it to the obo. (650) 952-4036. plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
yAMAhA roof RACK, 58 inches $75. HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
(650)458-3255 Humane Society. (650) 591-5404. Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50k
Reach over 83,450 Call 1- 866-899-3051 MileS. New upgrades; best offer. GM truCk/SuV 1994? Large Vehicle.
340 Camera & Photo equip. potential home buyers & (415)602-8480. Mr. Roberts. MAliBu 24 ft with tower. Completely re- Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
renters a day, hondA ‘12 CIVIC natural gas (lower 20K obo. (650)851-0878.
complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
nikon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel- MerCedeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top. ble .$75. (650)727-7266
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 from South San Francisco cost than gasoline) commute vehicle Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851- SeA rAy 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
to Palo Alto. very good condition $7,900 (707)333-
0878 White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
1106 Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
oMeGA B600 Condenser Enlarger, In- in your local newspaper. P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 MerCedeS ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel. 650 rVs
Call (650)344-5200 leXuS ‘06 330 white fully loaded, 149K Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint, 680 Autos Wanted
miles, $7,500. (650)302-5523
ViVitAr V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and $13,900 (650)303-4257. Leave msg. Gulf StreAM, Sun Voyager ‘04.
original manual. Like new. $99 SSF MAzdA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con- Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
36 ft, Excellent Condition. $35,000. Novas, running or not
(650)583-6636 dition One owner Fully loaded Low MuStAnG ’73- All Original: Miles 300, 650-349-3087.
miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520- Paperwork, Light Brown Paint, 351 Parts collection etc.
440 Apartments 4650 V/8Cleveland, Auto-Trans, P/S, P/B, So clean out that garage
345 Medical equipment $30,000 (650)359-6001. 670 Auto Service Give me a call
Joe 650 342-2483
AdJuStABle BAth shower transfer 1072 huntinGton Ave, San Bruno,
near BART; 2 Bed 1 Bath. Rent $3,200. MAzdA 2016 Sky Active one owner per-
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976

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Security Deposit $4,000. No Pets. 650-
615-0958 or 650-583-6641.
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles
$19,995 OBO (650)520-4650 630 trucks & SuV’s AA SMoG
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450 homes for rent niSSAn ‘12 Leaf, Electric, low mileage ford ‘10 F150 Super Crew cab, 78K
ested. (650)745-6309 34,500 Excellent condition (650)796- $29.75 plus certificate fee
miles. System-One toolboxes and rack.
3896. $16K contact or text (650)520-3725 (most cars)
driVe 3-in-1 commode with seat,buck- 869 California Drive .
sheild,armrests $10 for rent PontiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum kiA ‘15 Sorento V6,4 wheel drive, 73K Burlingame
Rims with good tires. Needs engine miles, white, $14,800 (650)302-5523
driVe deluXe two button walker $10
work! $900. Call (650)365-8287 or cell (650) 340-0492
(510)770-1976 2 Bedroom 1 bath 9650)714-3865. leXuS ‘00 RX 300, $4,900. 163K miles,
$4,900. (650)302-5523
rAdiAtion ProteCtion 1/2-apron
house on a quiet toyotA ’96 Tercel Original owner,
Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta- cul-de-sac in Belmont. 30mpg, original paint/Interior, will not
start, $850.00 (650)367-0597. 635 Vans SMoG CheCk
ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
7742. $29.75 + $8.25 certificate
VW ‘13 TIQUAN, SUV, white, 80K miles, toyotA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con-
$3800.00/Month dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K VAlid Mon thru thu
WAlker/rolAtor. neW. large, bas- $9,800 (650)302-5523 9am to 11:30am and 1pm to 5pm
miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
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size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00 Look for coupon in the Daily Journal
(650)727-7266 Available the middle of 625 Classic Cars
luxurati Auto
May. 640 Motorcycles/Scooters
CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard 704 N. San Mateo Dr., San Mateo
Garage Sales Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000
BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call
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predatory practices, including hacking into
U.S. companies’ computers to steal trade
secrets, forcing foreign firms to hand over
The conflict is testing how far Beijing is
willing to go in changing a state-led eco-
nomic model it sees as the path to prosperi-
way to hold Beijing to any commitments it
makes. The Trump administration wants to
keep tariffs on Chinese imports to maintain
technology in exchange for access to the ty and global influence — and how much leverage over Beijing.
Chinese market and unfairly subsidizing power Washington will have to enforce any “Trump wants a certain amount of tariffs
Chinese imports, Trump is throwing down a Chinese firms at the expense of foreign agreement. to remain in place just in case the Chinese
challenge to Beijing: Agree to sweeping competitors. Beijing is willing to change industrial don’t honor their promises,” Lam said. “The
changes in China’s government-dominated The Trump administration has imposed plans that provoke foreign opposition but Chinese refuse to give the Americans the
economic model — or suffer the conse- 10% tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese wants to preserve the ruling Communist right to penalize them.”
quences. imports and 25% tariffs on another $50 bil- Party’s dominant role in directing econom- The Chinese are also skittish about allow-
The unexpected ultimatum shook up lion. The Chinese have retaliated by target- ic development, said Willy Lam, a politics ing Washington to dictate changes to indus-
financial markets, which had expected the ing $110 billion in U.S. imports. specialist at the Chinese University of trial policy and subsidies, said Raoul
world’s two biggest economies to resolve a Hong Kong. Leering, a trade specialist for Dutch bank
yearlong standoff over trade, perhaps by the Global stock markets sank Monday on
Trump’s tweetstorm. But shares in the Chinese officials have said they are will- ING. They see that as “having another coun-
end of the week. ing to let foreign companies participate in try decide your economic policy.”
“It’s a significant change in the presi- United States regained some of the lost
ground on news that Chinese officials were plans that call for government-led creation Trump also seems to be calculating that Xi
dent’s tone,” said Timothy Keeler, a partner of global competitors in robotics and other needs a deal more than he does. The Chinese
at the law firm Mayer Brown and former planning to go ahead with this week’s meet-
ings in Washington. Still, the Chinese gov- technologies. But they have yet to release economy is decelerating. “Trump believes
chief of staff for the U. S. Trade details, and it is unclear whether the conces- he can bully the Chinese, ” Lam said.
Representative office. “It certainly increas- ernment did not provide details on exactly
when talks would resume and who would be sions will satisfy Trump. “Trump realizes the Chinese economy is
es the possibility that you’ll have no deal.” Xi is “adamant about party-state control facing a rough patch, and Xi Jinping is
For weeks, Trump administration officials on China’s negotiating team.
over major sectors of the economy,” Lam under pressure from his own people.”
had been suggesting that the U. S. and U.S. officials said they expected that
said. “If they give this up, then China in But Trump also has an incentive to reach a
Chinese negotiators were making steady China’s delegation would be led again by
effect ceases to be a socialist country.” deal. The trade war is creating uncertainty
progress. Vice Premier Liu He, a confidante of Chinese
Beijing agreed early on to narrow its trade for businesses trying to decide where to buy
Suddenly on Sunday, Trump said he had President Xi Jinping.
surplus with the United States — a stagger- supplies, locate factories and make invest-
lost patience: “The Trade Deal with China Beijing is wrestling with an internal con- ing $379 billion last year — by purchasing
flict: It is eager to end a trade fight that has ments. And it’s been weighing on a strong
continues, but too slowly, as they attempt more American soybeans, natural gas and U.S. stock market, which the president
to renegotiate. No!” he tweeted. battered Chinese exporters, but it doesn’t other exports.
want to look like it’s bowing to the Trump likes to tout as evidence that his economic
Trump also said he planned “shortly” to At the same time, Xi’s government has policies are working.
slap 25% tariffs on another $325 billion in administration’s demands for far-reaching announced a steady drumbeat
Chinese products, covering everything concessions. of promises to open markets
China ships to the United States. Trump’s threat makes going ahead with — in businesses that include
The two countries are engaged in high- talks “very difficult politically” for Xi’s auto manufacturing and
stakes commercial combat over China’s government, said Jake Parker, vice presi- banking. But none of the
aggressive push to establish Chinese com- dent of the U.S.-China Business Council. moves directly addresses
panies as world leaders in cutting-edge He said the Chinese public might “view this American complaints.
fields such as robotics and electric vehicles. as a capitulation” if Beijing reached an
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