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Monday • May 13, 2019 • XIX, Edition 224 www.smdailyjournal.com

Express lane expansion on way


Next leg to be established spans from San Francisco International Airport to San Francisco
By Zachary Clark Interstate 380 and, if everything while buses and carpools of three expected to cost about $1 per mile HOV lanes or express lanes will be
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF goes according to plan, those people or more will be able to in San Mateo County. constructed on that 11-mile seg-
express lanes will extend north to travel on them for free. The point ment so Hurley used the term
A study of the 11-mile segment
Fourth and King streets in San is to incentivize commuters to car- “managed lanes” to delineate that
The express lanes project in San north of Interstate 380 into San
Francisco by 2026. Express lanes pool and take transit by offering a those two options are still on the
Mateo County that broke ground Francisco will be completed this
already exist in Santa Clara faster lane on which to travel, table.
in March was always meant to be month and will include several
County and will eventually con- thereby reducing the number of The plan is for the managed
just one segment of a continuous alternatives, Joe Hurley, director
nect to the ones being built in San cars on the road as well as conges- lanes to travel on Highway 101
stretch of express lanes between of the San Mateo County
Mateo County.  tion on the general-purpose lanes, north of Interstate 380 and
San Francisco and San Jose. Transportation Authority program
officials claim.  through Brisbane before shifting
Express lanes promise speeds of at SamTrans, said at a meeting
By 2022, express lanes will be over to Interstate 280 at the
at least 45 mph at all times by Express lane tolls fluctuate May 2
constructed on Highway 101
between Whipple Avenue and charging solo drivers to use them based on traffic volumes and are It has not yet been decided if See LANES, Page 17

Burlingame eyes
bulging budget
Officials eye spending plan, set money
aside for rising recreation center costs
By Austin Walsh property and hotel tax collection,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF officials expect general fund rev-
enue for the 2019-202 fiscal year
Burlingame’s financial footing to reach $78 million, which is
continues to improve according about the same amount as the pre-
to a recent budget examination by vious adopted budget.
officials who set aside the majori- The projected income outpaced
ty of an excess of nearly $3 mil- expected spending levels by $3.7
lion to afford an increasingly million, granting councilmem-
expensive new community center. bers the chance to examine other
The Burlingame City Council issues which would benefit from
hosted a budget study session additional funding.
Wednesday, May 8, when they The two competing priority
offered initial feedback on the needs identified were unfunded
evolving spending plan for the retirement payments, as officials
upcoming fiscal year. expect payments to the CalPERS
Central to the discussion was a system to rise significantly over
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL decision on ways to manage an the coming years, and saving for
San Mateo County officials and crews have been coordinating for months the move of the historic Lathrop influx of tax revenue, which bol- the increased costs associated
House from one block in downtown Redwood City to another block across Marshall Street and behind the San stered the city’s coffers and with the proposed new
Mateo County History Museum. In recent weeks, crews have also been preparing a new foundation for the home offered an opportunity to address Community Center.
at its new location. unfunded liabilities as well as
Acknowledging officials have
central capital improvement proj-
Lathrop House crosses the street ects.
Through a projected uptick in
already established a trust fund
See BUDGET, Page 19
Historic structure moved to make room for new office building
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
San Bruno starts Crestmoor
Though Marshall Street in
downtown Redwood City has been
development examination
By Austin Walsh Commission voted 3-1, with
closed to traffic for the city’s
annual Fourth of July parade or dur- DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Chair Linda Mason dissenting, to
ing a rare water main break, this approve that the district’s poten-
weekend may mark the first time tial interest in developing new
San Bruno officials opened homes at the 40-acre campus con-
the street was closed to let a 90- examinations of the San Mateo
ton, two-story structure make its forms with the city’s general plan.
Union High School District’s
way to a new location. interest in building housing at the The approval is the first in a
Seldom moving faster than a former Crestmoor High School long series of public meetings sur-
meter an hour, the historic Lathrop campus, which is fueling concerns rounding the district’s opportuni-
House has been on the move in among some neighbors. ty to sell or lease the property,
See LATHROP, Page 27 The San Bruno Planning See BRUNO, Page 19
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2 Monday • May 13, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“What this country needs is a good five-cent
cigar.”
— Thomas R. Marshall, U.S. vice president

This Day in History


Pope John Paul II was shot and seri-

1981 ously wounded in St. Peter’s Square by


Turkish assailant Mehmet Ali Agca.

In 1 5 6 8 , forces loyal to Mary, Queen of Scots were defeated


by troops under her half-brother and Regent of Scotland, the
Earl of Moray, in the Battle of Langside, thwarting Mary’s
attempt to regain power almost a year after she was forced to
abdicate.
In 1 6 0 7 , English colonists arrived by ship at the site of
what became the Jamestown settlement in Virginia (the
colonists went ashore the next day).
In 1 9 1 7 , three shepherd children reported seeing a vision of
the Virgin Mary near Fatima, Portugal; it was the first of six
such apparitions that the children claimed to have witnessed.
In 1 9 1 8 , the first U.S. airmail stamp, costing 24 cents and
featuring a picture of a Curtiss JN-4 biplane, was publicly
issued. (On some of the stamps, the “Jenny” was printed
upside-down, making them collector’s items.)
In 1 9 4 0 , in his first speech as British prime minister,
Winston Churchill told Parliament, “I have nothing to offer REUTERS
but blood, toil, tears and sweat.” A boy flies a kite at the at the annual Streatham Common Kite Day in London.
In 1 9 5 8 , Vice President Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat,
were spat upon and their limousine battered by rocks thrown
by anti-U.S. demonstrators in Caracas, Venezuela.
In 1 9 7 2 , 118 people died after fire broke out at the Sennichi In other news ...
Department Store in Osaka, Japan. Liberian women used a sex strike in merchandise from his business.
In 1 9 7 3 , in tennis’ first so-called “Battle of the Sexes,”
Alyssa Milano calls for 2003 to demand an end to a long-run- Ali Shah says security cameras cap-
Bobby Riggs defeated Margaret Court 6-2, 6-1 in Ramona, sex strike, ignites social media ning civil war. tured the former NBA star walking into
California. Actress Alyssa Milano ignited Milano received support from fans Vibes Hot Yoga in Newport Beach on
In 1 9 8 5 , a confrontation between Philadelphia authorities social media with a tweet Friday night and fellow actress Bette Midler joined Tuesday with his alleged accomplices.
and the radical group MOVE ended as police dropped a bomb calling for women to join her in a sex her in also calling for a sex strike with Shah said the four worked together to
onto the group’s row house, igniting a fire that killed 11 peo- strike to protest strict abortion bans her own tweet. But both liberals and distract an employee so they could
ple and destroyed 61 homes. passed by Republican-controlled leg- conservatives also lampooned her steal clothes and a 400-pound (181-
islatures. idea, with conservatives praising her kilogram) amethyst crystal from the
Birthdays The former star of
“Charmed” and cur-
for promoting abstinence and liberals
saying she was pushing a false narra-
front desk.
Shah said Rodman returned
rent cast member of tive that women only have sex as a Wednesday and tried to distract a differ-
“Insatiable,” which favor to men. ent employee while a female compan-
is filmed in Milano said the criticism didn’t ion grabbed clothes that were on dis-
Georgia, urged bother her and that her tweet was hav- play.
women in her tweet ing her desired effect, “which is get- Police told the Los Angeles Times
to stop having sex ting people to talk about the war on they were investigating the matter and
“until we get bodily women.” no one has been arrested.
autonomy back. ” She said she fears one of the laws Rodman told TMZ that the studio’s
Alyssa Milano Her tweet came days
could eventually be decided by the con- owner offered him the clothes as gifts
Actor Harvey Singer Stevie Basketball Hall of after Georgia became the fourth state servative-leaning U.S. Supreme Court, in exchange for moving the crystal.
Keitel is 80. Wonder is 69. Famer Dennis in the U.S. this year to ban abortions which Republicans hope will overturn
Rodman is 58. once a fetal heartbeat is detected, the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legaliz- Snake turns up in washing
which can be as early as six weeks, ing abortion.
Actor Buck Taylor is 81. Author Charles Baxter is 72. before many women know they are machine smelling ‘like Downy’
“That is absolutely horrifying to
Actress Zoe Wanamaker is 71. Actor Franklyn Ajaye is 70. pregnant. me,” Milano said. “Anyone who is not EVANSTON, Ill. — An escaped pet
Actress Leslie Winston is 63. Producer-writer Alan Ball is 62. “We need to understand how dire the completely and totally outraged by snake that apparently slithered into a
“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert is 55. Rock musician John situation is across the country, ” this and doesn’t see where this is lead- suburban Chicago family’s washing
Richardson (The Gin Blossoms) is 55. Actor Tom Verica is 55. Milano told The Associated Press on ing, I think is not taking this threat machine ended up smelling like fabric
Singer Darius Rucker (Hootie and the Blowfish) is 53. Actress Saturday. “It’s reminding people that seriously.” softener after going through the wash.
Susan Floyd is 51. Contemporary Christian musician Andy we have control over our own bodies Sanela Kamencic tells WMAQ-TV
Williams (Casting Crowns) is 47. Actor Brian Geraghty is 44. and how we use them.” Dennis Rodman accused she was “totally creeped out” when the
Actress Samantha Morton is 42. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., is She noted that women have histori- snake turned up Wednesday in the
42. Former NBA player Mike Bibby is 41. Rock musician cally withheld sex to protest or advo- of stealing from yoga studio washing machine in Evanston.
cate for political reform. She cited how NEWPORT BEACH — The owner of Police Officer Pedro Carrasco and
Mickey Madden (Maroon 5) is 40. Actor Iwan Rheon is 34.
Iroquois women refused to have sex in a Southern California yoga studio is Animal Control Warden Jason Pound
Actress-writer-director Lena Dunham is 33. Actor Robert the 1600s as a way to stop unregulated
Pattinson is 33. Actress Candice Accola King is 32. Actor accusing Dennis Rodman of helping brought the reptile to the Chicago
warfare. Most recently, she noted that three people steal more than $3,500 in Exotics Animal Hospital.
Hunter Parrish is 32.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, May 12 Powerball Fantasy Five Mo nday : Mostly cloudy. Highs in the
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 6 8 9 37 40 26 4 9 18 22 30 50s to mid 60s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.
Mo nday ni g ht: Mostly cloudy. Lows in
TAMDI Powerball

Daily Four
the lower 50s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.
May 10 Mega Millions Tues day : Cloudy. Highs in the mid 50s
3 16 21 61 62 19 3 7 5 4 to lower 60s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.
Tues day ni g ht: Cloudy. A slight chance
WPORE Mega number
Daily three midday of rain in the evening, then a chance of
May 12 Super Lotto Plus 3 1 2 showers after midnight. Lows in the mid 50s. West winds 10
to 20 mph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent.
6 8 10 14 34 12 Daily three evening Wednes day : Cloudy. A chance of showers. Highs in the
CISYKT Mega number

0 8 4
mid 50s to lower 60s.
Wednes day ni g ht: Cloudy. A chance of showers. Lows in
The Daily Derby race winners are Whirl Win, No. 6, in the mid 50s.
first place; California Classic, No. 5, in second place; Th urs day an d Th urs day n i g h t : Mostly cloudy. A
GHRBTI and Solid Gold, No. 10, in third place. The race time chance of showers. Highs in the mid 50s to lower 60s. Lows
was clocked at 1:41.72. in the lower 50s.
Now arrange the circled letters
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Redwood City gets hotel proposal


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
Police reports
Drunk dial
A woman called the police for help
because she was intoxicated, she was
Redwood City has received a proposal to arrested on Broadway in Redwood City,
build a four-story hotel with 92 rooms on a it was reported at 10:06 p.m. Monday,
Veterans Boulevard lot that is currently home May 6.
to a gas station.
“We’re looking at repurposing a tired old REDWOOD CITY
site and coming up with something that’s a
little more presentable, pedestrian friendly Theft. Someone left a tire shop with new
and more innovative downtown,” said appli- tires on Broadway without paying, it was
cant Sunny Goyal of VSK Investments. “It reported at 4:33 p.m. Monday, May 6.
will service all the apartments and offices out Arres t. Someone was arrested on El
there and Kaiser next door and all the gov- Camino Real for stealing books, toys and
ernment offices.”  other items from a store, it was reported at
Located at 690 Veterans Blvd. between 1:50 p.m. Monday, May 6.
Brewster Avenue and Samson Street, the Arres t. Someone was arrested for driving
53,310-square-foot building includes various under the influence and crashing into a
amenities only available to guests such as a parked car, it was reported at 2:00 a.m.
fitness center, limited-service dining, bar Sunday, May 5.
courtyard patio and roof. Arres t. Someone was arrested on Walnut
Goyal is proposing one level of under- Street for stealing a portable phone charger,
ground parking and additional parking on the it was reported at 4:31 p.m. Friday, May 3.
ground level that can collectively accommo- Arres t. An arrest was made on Poplar
date 71 cars, which comes out to 21 spaces A rendering of the hotel proposed in Redwood City Avenue for riding a bike through a neighbor-
below the requirement for a 92-unit proposal. hood and going into someone’s backyard, it
Proposed street upgrades on Veterans The hotel is being proposed two months was reported at 10:02 a.m. Friday, May 3.
There will also be four electric vehicle- Boulevard include a canopy, freestanding after another 112-room hotel was approved
charging stations and five spots for bicy- planters and outdoor seating. on Broadway — the first hotel to be SAN MATEO
cles. Almost half of the parking spots will be There are currently no scheduled public approved in the city since the adoption of
available via the use of parking lifts. hearings for the project proposal.   the Downtown Precise Plan in 2011.  Publ i c i nto x i cati o n. A group of people
were shouting on Gateway Drive, it was
Deputies searched the area, but no sus- reported at 1:17 a.m. Monday, May 6.
Half Moon Bay Local brief pects or witnesses were found. The victim Di s turbance. Two employees got into an
stabbing suspect sought Office said in a news release. was taken to a hospital and treated for altercation on South El Camino, it was
injuries that were not life threatening. reported at 4:20 p.m. Friday, May 3.
Police are searching for a suspect in the The victim told police that he had gotten Hi t-and-run. A motorist drove into the
stabbing of a man early Saturday morning into an altercation with an unknown sus- The suspect is identified as an Asian male, fence of a school on South Delaware Street,
in Half Moon Bay. pect near the western end of Wave Avenue, between 35 and 40 years old, 6 feet tall, 200 it was reported at 7:14 a.m. Friday, May 3.

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San Mateo attorney charged, sued for boat crash that hurt boy
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE became a lawyer in Office only charged Chiari with misde- question” that Chiari acted negligently by
2002, was under the meanor offenses, not felonies. turning around to look at the person he was
A San Mateo attorney is scheduled to be influence at the time of “To now learn that the District Attorney is towing instead of looking ahead and see-
arraigned on Monday on misdemeanor the collision and was only charging this man with a misdemeanor ing Francesco.
charges of operating a boat under the influ- arrested for reckless is offensive and unacceptable,” Scott said in Wagstaffe said he believes even the mis-
ence and reckless or negligent use of a boat operation of a boat and a statement. demeanor allegations are “very aggres-
for seriously injuring a 15-year-old boy operating a boat while Scott said, “My son was shredded and near- sive” in terms of trying to prove that
last October, prosecutors said on Friday. intoxicated with injury. ly killed by this man’s boat as he sped along Chiari was criminally negligent.
In addition, the injured boy, Francesco The suit says a recreational waterway while intoxicated Wagstaffe said a test of Chiari’s blood-
“Chicco” Adamo and his family filed a law- Steve Francesco sustained and he is going to be charged with a misde- alcohol content an hour after the crash
suit in San Mateo County Superior Court deep lacerations on his meanor!” showed that it was 0.05 percent.
on Friday against attorney Stephen Chiari Wagstaffe
back, a crushed chest Scott said she wonders if Chiari is “get- He said investigators believe Chiari’s
accusing him of battery, negligence and impacting his lungs, a head wound and ting a pass” because he used to be a police blood-alcohol content was higher at the
infliction of emotional distress. skull fracture, including damage to the base officer and said, “We demand that the District time of the crash but still was below the
The suit seeks unspecified damages. of his brain and a spine injury. Attorney charge him with the felony of 0.08 limit for driving and boating.
According to San Francisco attorney Despite the severity of his wounds, operation of a boat under the influence of Chiari is scheduled to be arraigned at
Chris Dolan, who represents Francesco and Francesco has now recovered to the point of alcohol causing great bodily injury.” 8:30 a.m. on Monday in Department 19,
his family, at about 4 p.m. on Oct. 28 a ski being discharged from the hospital and has San Mateo County District Attorney Courtroom L, at the northern branch of the
boat driven by Chiari ran over Francesco returned to school on a part-time basis, Stephen Wagstaffe said Chiari was only San Mateo Superior Court at 1050 Mission
as he was kayaking with his father Filippo although he does face extensive rehabilita- charged with misdemeanor offenses Road, in South San Francisco.
Adamo in the Marina Lagoon in San tion. because his office can’t prove that Chiari Wagstaffe said misdemeanor defendants
Mateo. According to Dolan, Francesco’s parents, was acting recklessly and that hitting don’t have to appear in court for their
Dolan said Chiari, who was an Oakland Filippo Adamo and Debra Scott are upset that Francesco was a conscious act. arraignments if their attorneys request to
police officer for 13 years before he the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Wagstaffe said he believes there’s “no have their appearances waived.

Reporter swears to protect Governor, lawmakers sharing


source following cops raid budget goals but details differ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS policy makers, who need
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS To Carmody and his their state government to
attorney, the raid smacks SACRAMENTO — California Gov. Gavin step up and invest in
SAN FRANCISCO — A freelance journalist of impropriety and an Newsom heaped praise on legislators as he them,” Mitchell said.
is vowing to protect his source after San invasion into the work of revealed his updated $213 billion budget But he also gave the
Francisco police raided his home and office a professional reporter. last week. same warnings as his
while keeping him handcuffed for several “It’s designed to intim- The Democrat who is five months into the predecessor, Jerry Brown,
hours as part of a criminal investigation, idate,” said his lawyer, job applauded Assembly Speaker Anthony that the state’s strong
according to a newspaper report. Thomas Burke. “It’s Rendon’s focus on universal preschool. He economy — and the huge
Bryan Carmody told the Los Angeles Times essentially the confisca- called Senate Budget Committee
that officers banged on his door Friday and tion of a newsroom.” Gavin Newsom budget surpluses it’s cre-
Jeff Adachi Chairwoman Holly Mitchell the champion ating — won’t last forev-
confiscated dozens of personal items includ- Meanwhile the inci- of increasing grants for low-income fami- er.
ing notebooks, his cellphone, computer, dent provided a new twist in the story of the lies. Newsom has allocated $15 billion to pad
hard drives and cameras. A judge signed off on unexpected death of Adachi, who left behind He even thanked several Republicans, state reserves and pay down debt and put cut-
search warrants, which stated officers were a legacy of championing civil rights. including Assemblyman James Gallagher, off dates on key proposals that Democratic
investigating “stolen or embezzled” proper- Initial reports said the 59-year-old elected who has sought assistance for the city of legislators want to make permanent. He
ty, the newspaper reported Saturday public defender had been traveling when he Paradise that he represents and mostly was also wants lawmakers to take politically
Authorities said the raid came during an suddenly had a heart attack. destroyed by a wildfire last year. painful votes such as putting a tax on water.
ongoing probe into who leaked a confiden- Carmody said while trying to figure out All that goodwill is about to be tested as “It’s a great starting point,” Democratic
tial police report about the Feb. 22 death of exactly where Adachi died, salacious details Newsom and the Legislature enter the final Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez of San
San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi. began emerging that were difficult to con- weeks of budget negotiations. Lawmakers Diego said of Newsom’s plan.
Carmody said investigators had asked him firm. “There were leaks happening all over must pass a spending plan by June 15 or Her comment neatly encapsulates the sit-
a few weeks earlier to identify the source that the place,” he recalled. He ultimately lose pay, then Newsom has until June 30 to uation for many progressive Democrats;
provided him with the report. The reporter obtained an incident report that detailed sign it. they like much of what Newsom is saying
said he politely declined. Adachi’s final moments. His proposal released Thursday carries but don’t necessarily see his plans as an end
While he was shackled, officers got a sec- The San Francisco Chronicle also many of the Democrat-dominated point.
ond warrant to search his newsroom, where obtained a copy of the report, but not from Legislature’s priorities: more spending Gonzalez, for example, has pushed for
police seized a thumb drive, CDs and, inside Carmody. aimed at children and the poor, a health care eliminating sales tax on diapers for at least
a safe, the leaked police report about The document, as reported by KGO-TV in expansion for young people living in the five years. Newsom’s proposal ends the cut
Adachi’s death, the Times said. San Francisco, detailed that shortly before country illegally and the elimination of in 2022.
Carmody, 49, said he has not shared the his death, Adachi had dinner with a woman sales tax on diapers and tampons. Newsom said he imposed a cut-off in case
name of his source with anyone, and no named “Caterina” who was not his wife, then “It’s clear that he has heard from revenue isn’t as robust in future budget
markings on the document could be traced to returned to an apartment he arranged to use Californians quite frankly, not just us as years.
the person who provided it. for the weekend.
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White House hopefuls swarm Mueller


Pressure, hope building for
to address report
rival’s home turf of California
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fundraisers.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — See Bob investigate. Read Bob’s


report. Wait, Bob, what?
For nearly two years, the nation watched and waited as
But what once seemed to be a formidable special counsel Robert Mueller investigated President
BEVERLY HILLS — The Democrats who want to be presi- wall of support appears to have softened. Donald Trump and his campaign for potential collusion
dent are swarming California, competing for campaign cash Harris has trailed others in recent state with Russia and obstruction of justice.
and media attention while courting longtime allies of home- polls. Susie Tompkins Buell, a Harris The release of a redacted version of Mueller’s 448-page
state Sen. Kamala Harris on their rival’s own turf. backer who was one of Hillary Clinton’s report last month offered a long-awaited moment of closure
Former Vice President Joe Biden swooped in to Los biggest donors, has held a fundraiser and for many — and an utterly unsatisfying cliffhanger for
Angeles on Wednesday to raise money and snack on tacos promoted others for Buttigieg. plenty of others.
with Mayor Eric Garcetti, who has yet to offer an endorse- Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, a long- Three weeks of public parsing and
ment despite backing Harris in the past. Biden went to three analysis have left them wondering just
Kamala Harris time Harris ally who endorsed her, traded
events over two days, including one that netted $750,000 praise back and forth this past week with what Mueller was trying to say and what
and was attended by Hollywood powerbrokers, as well as Buttigieg, who said the two were trying to set up a meeting. he really thinks, particularly on the ques-
“Miracle on the Hudson” pilot Sully Sullenberger. “I don’t think it’s a slam dunk for anybody,” said former tion of obstruction, where the document
Pete Buttigieg met with labor activists and LGBT donors, Sen. Barbara Boxer. “It’s not like it’s a tiny state where drew no conclusion. That uncertainty has
and promised to “vigorously contest California.” The mayor everyone knows their senator. It’s a very large state with a lot given partisans on both sides an open-
of South Bend, Indiana, also attended at least six fundraisers of different communities and so I think it’s wide open.” ing to frame Mueller’s findings to their
in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, including one hosted by Harris’ campaign aides say they never took her standing for liking and left many Americans, unlikely
actress Gwyneth Paltrow. granted. Still, they point to her three statewide victories — to read the full report, scratching their
“We are consolidating our position as one of the top candi- once as senator and twice as attorney general — as proof she Robert Mueller heads about what to believe and whom to
dates in the presidential race,” he told a sold-out crowd can win in California. They say Harris has worked hard to line trust.
Thursday at a West Hollywood gay bar. up endorsements from state lawmakers and members of the Enough with the printed page, they say, enough with the
Others who have visited the state include Vermont Sen. state’s congressional delegation, while outraising her presi- punditry: Speak, Bob, speak!
Bernie Sanders, former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke, dential competitors in the state. Melissa Garcia, a 29-year-old health counselor, pauses
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth “I am competing for every vote just like I always have outside a restaurant in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, to com-
Warren, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and Minnesota Sen. because as far as I’m concerned you have to earn the votes,” pare the two-volume Mueller report to the kind of “terms
Amy Klobuchar. Harris told CNN’s “State of the Union” in an interview that and conditions” legalese that most consumers skip right
California has long been treated as an ATM by national aired Sunday. over. She’d love a “CliffsNotes version” from Mueller him-
Democrats, who often dash in and out for lucrative fundrais- With months to go until voting begins, the contours of the self.
ers. But the state has drawn a more intense focus after the date race are destined to shift. “I would just ask him to sum it up because he knows it the
of the 2020 primary was moved up from June to March, with Many candidates, particularly those who are little-known best. I’d want the shorthand version but the most important
Harris uniquely positioned to capitalize on her home-state or have little money, will be at a steep disadvantage. details,” says Garcia, an independent who supported Hillary
popularity at a make-or-break stage in the race. California is not only the most populous, but also one of the Clinton in 2016.
Her aides have said California is central to their strategy to most geographically diverse. That makes campaigning diffi- Republican Becky McBreen, a 58-year-old Trump voter
win the nomination, and they have promoted endorsements cult — and unaffordable — particularly when it comes to run- from Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania, who works at an alu-
from elected officials as Harris plowed her way through ning TV ads in some of the most expensive media markets. minum company, says she’d like to ask Mueller: “Leaving
out the political bias, do you, in your heart of hearts, truly
think that Trump colluded with Russia to sabotage Hillary?”
(The report did not find a criminal conspiracy between
Russia and the Trump campaign.)
Democrat Adam Singer, a 52-year-old e-commerce worker
who was running errands in Miami Beach, Florida, says he’s
eager for Mueller to “get up publicly on television and give
his take on the report.”
“I don’t believe we have been told the whole story,”
Singer says.
It’s not just ordinary Americans who are craving clarity.
Having pored over the report once, Rep. Debbie Dingell,
D-Mich., is now on her second reading of it. And she still
has questions.
“That’s why we need him to testify,” she said. “I think he
owes it to us.”
Richard Ben-Veniste, who served as one of the lead pros-
ecutors on the Watergate investigation, says Mueller “prob-
ably could have been clearer.”
“It would certainly be in the public interest for Robert
Mueller to answer questions, clarify and expound upon his
investigation and his report,” says Ben-Veniste.
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Self-impeach? Talk shifts toward Trump defiance of Congress
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS examine Trump’s she also aired in public. “He’s putting out checks and balances.
finances and gover- the case against himself. Obstruction, “Sometimes people act as if it’s impeach-
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy nance. obstruction, obstruction. Ignoring subpoe- ment or nothing,” Pelosi told reporters.
Pelosi has introduced a new concept into The more they push, nas and the rest.” “No, it’s not that. It’s a path that is produc-
the debate over President Donald Trump’s the more Trump resists, She added, “He’s doing our work for us, in ing results and gathering information.”
actions: “self-impeaching.” the president making a certain respect.” In the aftermath of special counsel
As Trump all but goads Democrats into what Pelosi says is his There is no actual process for self- Robert Mueller’s investigation, the slow
impeachment proceedings , viewing the own case for impeach- impeachment. It’s a thought bubble more drip of congressional oversight also serves
showdown as potentially valuable for his ment with his than a legal term. A pure Pelosi-ism, one a dual purpose politically. It allows
2020 re-election campaign , Democrats are Nancy Pelosi stonewalling of that an aide says she coined herself. Democrats to keep impeachment proceed-
trying to show restraint. Their investiga- Congress. But as a device, it’s a way for Pelosi to ings at bay, despite calls to push ahead by
tions are both intensifying but also mov- “The president is self-impeaching,” she frame the often complicated idea of the the liberal flank, while stoking questions
ing slowly as Democrats dig into the spe- told her colleagues last week during a pri- White House refusing to engage with about Trump going into the 2020 presiden-
cial counsel’s Trump-Russia report and vate caucus meeting, echoing comments Congress in the traditional process of tial election.

More ‘heartbeat’ abortion bans advancing in South, Midwest


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and before many women know they’re preg- “For pro-life folks, these are huge victo- dire than it ever has been. They smell blood
nant. Alabama is on the cusp of approving ries,” said Sue Liebel, state director for the and that’s why they’re doing this.”
If a new Mississippi law survives a court an even more restrictive bill. Susan B. Anthony List, an anti-abortion Already, Mississippi mandates a 24-hour
challenge, it will be nearly impossible for State governments are on a course to vir- advocacy group. “And I think they’re wait between an in-person consultation.
most pregnant women to get an abortion tually eliminate abortion access in large indicative of the momentum and excitement That means women must make at least two
there. chunks of the Deep South and Midwest. and the hope that’s happening with changes trips to her clinic, often traveling long dis-
Or, potentially, in neighboring Ohio and Kentucky also have passed heart- in the Supreme Court and having such a pro- tances.
Louisiana. Or Alabama. Or Georgia. beat laws; Missouri’s Republican-con- life president.” Other states have passed similar, incre-
The Louisiana legislature is halfway trolled legislature is considering one. For abortion rights supporters, mean- mental laws restricting abortion in recent
toward passing a law — like the ones enact- Their hope is that a more conservative while, the trend is ominous. Said Diane years, and aside from Mississippi, five
ed in Mississippi and Georgia — that will U.S. Supreme Court will approve, spelling Derzis, owner of Mississippi’s sole abor- states have just one clinic — Kentucky,
ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is the end of the constitutional right to abor- tion clinic, the Jackson Women’s Health Missouri, North and South Dakota, and West
detected, about six weeks into a pregnancy tion. Organization: “I think it’s certainly more Virginia.

States taking steps to seek explicit patient consent for pelvic exams
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lawmakers in a number of states now want Maryland Legislature unanimously sent leg-
Comment on to eliminate any question about patient con- islation to Gov. Larry Hogan, who is expect-
Savanah Harshbarger estimates she per- or share this story at sent. ed to sign it.
formed as many as 10 pelvic exams last year Bills introduced in roughly a dozen states Maryland state Delegate Heather Bagnall
on patients before gynecologic surgeries, www.smdailyjournal.com this year would require that women undergo- said the state’s teaching hospitals have
feeling for fibroid tumors or other abnormal- ing gynecological surgeries give explicit informed consent as a best practice, but she
ities. What was not always clear to her was approval to a pelvic exam beforehand. It’s a felt it needed to be made explicit in state law
The Duke University medical student said whether the patients had agreed ahead of step that some medical experts say is an to protect women undergoing surgery and as
the experience was a revelation. time to have a student do the exam while unnecessary intrusion into patient care. an assurance for medical students.
“It’s pretty empowering to know this is they were under anesthesia. The consent Utah’s governor signed a pelvic exam “We have basically just spelled out in no
something you can detect with a gloved hand form, Harshbarger said, “definitely does not consent bill into law earlier this year. A bill uncertain terms, if a patient is going under
instead of needing an MRI or some more mention any specific things a student might in New York passed the state Senate this anesthesia ... that they have to have given
expensive procedure,” Harshbarger said. be doing. It’s fairly vague language.” week and is headed to the governor, and the consent for these exams,” Bagnall said.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Monday • May 13, 2019 9


Restoring slashed Medi-Cal benefits Library foundation
health care front, restoring cuts
Los Angeles Times Other voices before offering new benefits and look-
ing for ways to pay for expanded cov- celebrates 25 years
When the last recession plunged the ing all of the lost benefits would be erage. One good idea on the revenue

T
state government into a multibillion- about $34 million. front is Newsom's proposal to impose h e n ex t t i me y o u v i s i t t h e San Mat eo Mai n
dollar hole, California lawmakers On the other hand, those are annual new state tax penalties on adult Li b rary t ak e a mo men t t o l o o k at t h e b i g
were forced to cut deeply into numer- expenses, not one-time costs. And the Americans who don't sign up for p l aque o n t h e o ut s i de o f t h e b ui l di n g . It ’s a
ous valuable programs just to make state has other, expensive health care health coverage, replacing the federal l i s t o f t h e maj o r do n o rs — i n di v i dual s an d b us i n es s
ends meet. Many of those cuts were needs and wants. Two of the biggest penalties that Congress eliminated in o rg an i zat i o n s — wh o co n t ri b ut ed t o t h e o ri g i n al
penny-wise and pound-foolish, how- are proposals aimed at achieving uni- 2017. cap i t al camp ai g n .
ever, especially the ones in safety-net versal coverage in California by mak- That's a twofer: The penalties would Twen t y -fi v e y ears ag o
programs like subsidized child-care ing health insurance more affordable encourage younger, healthier t h e San Mat eo Li b rary
that helped low-income families stay for moderate-income Californians and Californians not to go uninsured, and Fo un dat i o n was creat ed
in the workforce. So as the economy extending Medi-Cal to immigrants they would raise money to help pay an d i t h as much t o cel e-
improved, lawmakers and former Gov. living in the state illegally. for premium subsidies to moderate- b rat e t o day.
Jerry Brown slowly pieced the state's Make no mistake — universal cov- income families who would otherwise But mo re t h an t wo
safety net back together again. erage would be good for all have to spend too high a percentage decades ag o , a n ew
But some important benefits have Californians, including those who of their monthly income on insur- l i b rary s eemed l i k e a
yet to be restored, a full decade after already have insurance. Beyond the ance. It's not clear, however, that di s t an t dream. Th e o l d
the recession ended. A good example strong moral argument for providing Newsom's proposal would generate b ui l di n g o n Th i rd Av en ue
is the subsidy Medi-Cal eliminated for treatment to everyone who needs it, enough money to cover the full cost (s i t e o f p res en t l i b rary )
eyeglasses. The program will pay there are good economic and public of the subsidies. was ug l y an d o ut dat ed i n
when poor Californians visit an health reasons for bringing every res- One possible answer is to renew the wh at i t co ul d o ffer i n t h e
optometrist to find out how bad their ident under the insurance umbrella and tax on managed-care organizations 2 1 s t cen t ury. So t h e fi rs t
vision is, but won't help cover the providing timely, efficient care. that is set to expire at the start of the j o b was t o co n v i n ce t h e
cost of the glasses or contact lenses The steps required to make coverage next fiscal year, July 1. The tax, co mmun i t y. Nex t came a
they may need to drive a car, operate a available and affordable to all which generates money for Medi-Cal b o n d meas ure an d a co mp et i t i o n fo r t h e s t at e l i b rary
machine or read a manual — in other Californians, however, would cost the that the federal government then b o n d. Bo t h were s ucces s ful . Th e v o t ers o v erwh el m-
words, things they may need to do in state $6 billion or more per year. And matches, raises about $1.5 billion a i n g s up p o rt ed t h e $ 3 5 mi l l i o n b o n d an d t h e s t at e
order to hold a job. while Sacramento has been riding a year. When combined with the state b o n d co n t ri b ut ed $ 2 0 mi l l i o n . But t h ere was s t i l l a
Similarly, Medi-Cal no longer cov- wave of budget surpluses, the state funds Newsom has proposed to spend, g ap . Dei dre Marb l es t o n e, t h e fi rs t p res i den t o f t h e
ers speech therapy, audiology, podia- can't afford to have its obligations that would be more than enough to Li b rary Fo un dat i o n , came t o t h e Ci t y Co un ci l an d
try or incontinence supplies — the grow faster than its economy. That's a cover the subsidies' cost and help s ai d t h e Fo un dat i o n wo ul d mak e up t h e di fferen ce o f
sort of treatments and supplies that recipe for disaster in the next down- extend Medi-Cal to more $ 1 0 mi l l i o n . Th ey di d. Th at was 2 5 y ears ag o .
can enable people living at or below turn. As Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Californians. The Trump administra- Co n t ri b ut o rs i n cl uded res i den t s o f b o t h San Mat eo
the poverty line to be more produc- on Wednesday about the current tion had pushed back on such taxes, an d Hi l l s b o ro ug h . Ci t y Li b rari an K. G. Ouy e was t h e
tive and, potentially, start climbing extended economic expansion: “What and Newsom didn't seek to renew the dri v i n g fo rce b eh i n d g et t i n g t h e j o b do n e. So me o f
up the income ladder. we're experiencing right now is sim- state's version for fear of jeopardizing t h e k ey o ri g i n al p l ay ers were J o h n Drap er, Fran ces
In the big scheme of the state budg- ply without precedent in modern other health care-related assistance Nel s o n , Ti s h Bus el l e an d t h e San Mat eo Ro t ary
et, these are not expensive programs. American history and it is not a new the state is seeking from the feds. But Fo un dat i o n .
Plus, if they were added back, the fed- normal. Any time people talk about with the administration approving Th e mai n l i b rary, cert ai n l y t h e mo s t b eaut i ful
eral government would cover roughly the new normal, that's when things Michigan's proposal for a tax similar b ui l di n g i n t h e ci t y, h as wo n n umero us arch i t ect ural
two-thirds of the tab. Restoring collapse.” to California's, the door seems open an d en v i ro n men t al awards (t h e l at t er fo r i t s g reen -
vision coverage would cost the state So it makes sense for the state to for the state to continue the levy, as it n es s ). It h as b eco me t h e de fact o co mmun i t y l i v i n g
about $22 million a year, and restor- continue to advance cautiously on the should. ro o m b y b ei n g s o wel co mi n g an d s o ful l o f ex ci t i n g
b o o k s , mag azi n es an d n ews p ap ers ; an d t h i n g s t o do
an d l earn i n a co mfo rt ab l e s et t i n g . Th e fo un dat i o n
Letters to the editor came t o t h e res cue duri n g t h e fi n an ci al do wn t urn
wh en t h e ci t y co ul d n o t affo rd t o k eep t h e l i b rary
o p en o n week en ds . Th e Sat urday an d Sun day h o urs
A’s no-hitter edition of the Daily Journal. Having to rely on public .com were es p eci al l y i mp o rt an t fo r s t uden t s wh o n eeded
RentHop, RentCafe, Zumper, Zilpy. postings is not enough to build poli- t h e l i b rary t o do t h ei r h o mewo rk o r fo r p eo p l e wh o
Editor, The article cites those rental data cy. California has many business reg- were j o b h un t i n g . Th e fo un dat i o n h as p ro v i ded ex t ra
Good on you for getting out the A’s sources. Quality data is needed for istration requirements from CSLB to s erv i ces fo r ch i l dren , s en i o rs an d fo r t h o s e wh o
no-hitter report out the next morn- good journalism and policymaking. DIR to CDTFA. It is not too much to n eed h el p wi t h t ech n o l o g y. To day, t h e fo un dat i o n
ing. The game had a long delay and San Mateo on Sept. 4, 2018, split ask landlords and property managers s up p o rt s an ex t en s i v e l o an p ro g ram fo r t h o s e wh o
didn’t finish till after 11p.m. Your 2:2 on a rental registry. to provide accurate data. S-Corp do n o t h av e co mp ut ers o r l ap t o p s o r o t h er t ech
staff hung in there to spread the good Councilmembers expressed concerns (mom and pop) landlords can own dev i ces . It h as s up p o rt ed s p eci al co l l ect i o n s i n a
news. With both Bay Area baseball over goals, accuracy, enforceability, businesses holding millions of dol- v ari et y o f l an g uag es o f b o o k s , n ews p ap ers an d j o ur-
teams in the cellar, and the Sharks costs and privacy. Councilman Rick lars in assets (homes) with hundreds n al s .
and Warriors in the midst of the play- Bonilla made clear that good data is of thousands in revenue (rent). What Fo un dat i o n memb ers h av e b een k ey i n en s uri n g
offs, it would have been easy to skip important and achievable. When local other business of that size goes t h e l i b rary wo ul d h av e a b ui l di n g des i g n ed fo r t h e
this one. Thanks for giving us base- control skirts responsibility, unmonitored in California? Databases fut ure an d res o urces fo r an en l i g h t en ed co mmun i t y
ball fans something to cheer about. California steps in. are central to our local economy. If we No w, fo un dat i o n s up p o rt co n t i n ues t o adv an ce i n n o -
AB724 (Wicks) would provide some can “organize the world’s information v at i v e p ro g rammi n g fo r a 2 1 s t -cen t ury i n fo rmat i o n
Tim Donnelly data to support future policy decision- and make it universally accessible i n s t i t ut i o n s uch as h i g h -t ech mat eri al s h an dl i n g an d
Burlingame making. On April 16, 2018, San and useful,” we can organize a few l en di n g . Las t y ear, i t fun ded Mat eo , t h e l i b rary o n
Francisco published a report on a SF rentals and lease terms. I am happy to wh eel s .
rental registry: they have a more have my landlord raise my $1-2M ***
Better rental and complex and thus expensive system single family home’s rent by $55 per Th e fo un dat i o n ’s mai n fun drai s i n g ev en t i s t h e
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Editor, year and good policy. rai s ed $ 2 4 5 , 0 0 0 , wi l l b e us ed t o i n creas e t h e n um-
This is in reference to “San Mateo (https://sfbos.org/sites/default/files/ Evan Adams b er o f l ap t o p s / Wi Fi h o t s p o t s t o t h o s e i n n eed, p l us
rents costly and rising” in the May 6 BLA.RentalRegistry.041619.pdf). Foster City wi l l add i n n o v at i o n t o o l s t o s up p o rt t h e co mmun i -
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White House expects China to retaliate over trade tariffs


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 25% on Friday after nesses are bearing the cost of Trump’s tariff next election, 2020, to see if they could get
American officials hikes. lucky & have a Democrat win.”
WASHINGTON — The U.S. is awaiting accused Beijing of back- Talks in Washington broke off on Friday Beijing retaliated for previous tariff hikes
retaliation from China over increased tar- tracking on commit- without a deal, but both sides have indicated by raising duties on $110 billion of
iffs, after talks in Washington ended with- ments made in earlier that future talks are likely. Kudlow said American imports. And officials have tar-
out a deal on trade, the president’s chief eco- rounds of negotiations. nothing has been scheduled, but Chinese geted American companies operating in
nomic adviser said on Sunday. Kudlow also acknowl- officials have invited U. S. Trade China by slowing customs clearance and
“The expected countermeasures have not edged that China doesn’t Representative Robert Lighthizer and stepping up regulatory scrutiny.
yet materialized. We may know more today pay the tariffs, in con- Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to visit Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told ABC’s “This
or even this evening or tomorrow,” Larry Larry Kudlow trast to Trump, who has Beijing. Week” on Sunday that he advised the presi-
Kudlow told “Fox News Sunday.” Kudlow repeatedly tweeted that Kudlow also said that Trump and China’s dent to finalize a trade deal with China
also said that President Donald Trump’s plan China pays the tariffs and in doing so trans- President, Xi Jingping, may meet in late soon, “because the longer we’re involved in
to raise U. S. tariffs on Chinese goods fers wealth to the United States. June at the G20 international conference in a tariff battle or a trade war, the better
across the board could take months to take “Both sides will pay,” Kudlow said when Japan. chance there is that we could actually enter
effect. pressed on the issue. “The Chinese will suf- “We are right where we want to be with into a recession because of it.”
“Call it a couple of months. Call it three fer (economic) losses and so forth with China, ” Trump tweeted on Sunday. The two countries are sparring over U.S.
months. I don’t know. That will take some respect to a diminishing export market.” “Remember, they broke the deal with us and allegations that China steals technology
time and then of course the president’s U.S. importers pay tariff charges, though tried to renegotiate.” and pressures American companies into
going to have to make the final decision on large retailers might be able to force some On Saturday, Trump tweeted that he handing over trade secrets, part of an
that,” Kudlow said. Chinese suppliers to cut their prices to off- thought that “China felt they were being aggressive campaign to turn Chinese com-
The United States raised tariffs on $200 set the duties. But academic studies have beaten so badly in the recent negotiation panies into world leaders in robotics, elec-
billion in Chinese imports from 10% to found that so far U.S. consumers and busi- that they may as well wait around for the tric cars and other advanced industries.

US-Canada border transfers Why tariff war with US threatens


raise delayed crossings fear Beijing’s global economic ambitions
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. points of entry and safeguarding and
streamlining lawful trade and travel,” said THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Vietnam, Cambodia and
DERBY LINE, Vt. — Hundreds of border the May 3 letter , which was released other lower-cost
agents from across the U.S. are being tem- Wednesday. BEIJING — China’s intensified tariff war economies.
porarily transferred south ahead of the busy The letter was signed by four members of with the Trump administration is threaten- China’s ruling
summer tourism season, worrying those Congress from New York, four from ing Beijing’s ambition to transform itself Communist Party
along the northern border who rely on Michigan, two from New Hampshire, and into the dominant player in global technol- responded to an econom-
cross-border commerce — including U.S. one each from Minnesota, Washington and ogy. ic downturn last year by
innkeepers, shop owners and restaurateurs North Dakota. On Thursday, Vermont’s The United States is a vital customer and stepping up spending
who fear their Canadian customers could be Democratic U.S. Rep. Peter Welch sent an source of technology for Chinese makers of and lending. That effort
caught in backups at border crossings. identical letter to McAleenan. electronics, medical equipment and other Donald Trump reversed a campaign to
U.S. Customs and Border Protection says “Tourism is central to our economy in the high-tech exports — industries that the rul- curb reliance on debt,
731 northern border agents from land, sea Granite State and I have serious concerns ing Communist Party sees as the heart of its which had soared so high that rating agen-
and airports are in the process of being sent about any disruption in the efficiency of economic future. cies had downgraded China’s credit rating
to the U.S.-Mexico border, where they will operations at the Canadian border,” New Yet to the Trump for government borrowing.
help their southern counterparts handle the Hampshire Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster administration, they’re a Abroad, Xi has been forced to overhaul
influx of families and unaccompanied chil- said in an email interview. “Moving threat to America’s indus- his multibillion-dollar “Belt and Road” ini-
dren from Central America. Customs and Border Protection personnel trial leadership. tiative to build railways and other infra-
The move comes as businesses gear up for away from our northern border has the Beijing managed to structure. In response to complaints that
the summer season, when tens of thousands potential to impact U.S.-Canadian com- keep Chinese economic Beijing is saddling some countries with too
of Canadian tourists help buoy the merce and tourism just as we enter the busy growth steady in the much debt, the government has written off
economies of communities in border states summer months. I will work with my col- most recent quarter some loans and renegotiated contracts.
and elsewhere deeper inside the United leagues whose states and districts share a despite a drop in exports The tariff war was sparked by years of
States. Since U.S.-Canada border security border with Canada to address this serious Xi Jinping to the United States. It yawning U.S. trade deficits with China and
was ramped up shortly after the 9/11 issue.” did so by boosting gov- by complaints — by the Trump administra-
attacks, local and state officials have wor- Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King of ernment spending and bank lending. But tion and many independent trade experts —
ried heightened security could hurt trade and Maine said they understand the need for China’s technology exporters suffered huge that Beijing was engaging in predatory and
the free flow of people back and forth across additional resources at the southern border, sales drops of up to 40 percent, which ate illicit practices, including the theft of tech-
the 5,525-mile (8,891-kilometer) border. but in a joint statement they said they’re into profits that pay for technology nology. The first U.S. penalties targeted
Garry Douglas of the North Country monitoring to “ensure that the northern research. high-tech Chinese goods that American
Chamber of Commerce in Plattsburgh, New border remains safe and secure, and that The tariff war is compounding the pain officials said benefited from improper sup-
York, said commerce with Canada is the crossings that facilitate jobs and vital eco- felt by many Chinese companies. They are port from Beijing.
“single greatest driving force” in the nomic activity are not negatively affected already enduring stiffened resistance in the Its impact spread as President Donald
regional economy and it took years to get in Maine.” Collins is a Republican and United States and Europe to Chinese acquisi- Trump extended tariff increases to Chinese
adequate staffing levels at the northern bor- King is an independent who caucuses with tions of technology through joint ventures exporters of handbags, furniture and other
der, which around 400,000 people and $1.6 Democrats. with foreign companies or, with financing goods. Those higher import taxes height-
billion in goods cross daily. While CBP wouldn’t specify where the by state-run banks, outright purchases. ened the threat of job losses — a political
In an email, he said he hadn’t seen any agents are coming from, they are being China might now have to take the risk for an unelected party that derives its
problems yet, but cautioned that peak travel drawn from 328 ports of entry. “tougher route” of developing more of its claim to power in no small part from having
season doesn’t begin until Canada’s Vermont CBP Port Director Gregory Starr, own technology, with less access to foreign managed three decades of explosive eco-
Victoria Day holiday weekend, from May speaking Wednesday after the ribbon-cut- partners and know-how, said Rajiv Biswas, nomic growth.
18-20. ting for a new port of entry at Derby Line, chief Asia economist for IHS Markit. On the surface at least, the impact of
Last week, 13 bipartisan members of said a number of his agents were heading “It may be a slower path,” Biswas said. Friday’s U.S. tariff hike “is relatively mod-
Congress from six northern border states south. He said those staying in Vermont The government and companies are pour- est,” Brian Coulton, chief economist for
wrote acting Homeland Security Secretary would do their best to avoid backups. ing billions of dollars into research. Fitch Ratings, said in a report. But if Trump
Kevin McAleenan, voicing concerns the “It’s an issue that we have to deal with,” Huawei, the telecom equipment giant and proceeds with his threat to extend 25% tar-
plans could hurt cross-border travel and Starr said. “We’re going to help out as much China’s first global tech brand, spent $15 iffs to all imports from China, that “would
commerce. as we can and try to maintain our presence billion last year — more than Apple Inc. be a much more material threat to China’s
“The decision to deploy northern border here as well.” All of this has helped make China an growth outlook,” Coulton said.
CBP officers to the southern border makes it In Maine, the town of Old Orchard Beach emerging heavyweight in telecoms, artifi- “Renewed weakening in China would
increasingly more difficult for the agency to relies heavily on Canadian tourists. Some cial intelligence and other fields. Yet the rekindle financial market concerns about
meet their core mission requirements at the hotels and motels fly both the U.S. and United States, Europe, Japan and other gov- global growth risks,” he said.
border which include effectively securing Canadian flags out front. ernments complain that Beijing has done so Xi’s personal standing has been hurt by
in part by stealing technology or pressur- slowing growth and by last year’s decision
ing foreign companies to hand over trade to eliminate term limits for his office as
secrets. president, said Zhang Lifang, an independ-
Washington is pushing Beijing to roll ent political commentator in Beijing.
back plans for a government-led creation of “I think these two things are very stress-
global competitors in robotics, electric ful for him, both economically and politi-
cars, artificial intelligence and an array of cally,” Zhang said.
emerging technologies. Beijing’s trading The United States and Europe have been
partners argue that such plans violate its increasing the cost and complexity of
commitments to further open its vast con- Chinese acquisition of foreign technology
sumer and business markets. or blocking it outright. In October, the
The struggle compounds the challenges European Union tentatively approved the
for President Xi Jinping’s government by trade bloc’s first rules on foreign invest-
threatening to delay or disrupt its economic ments in sensitive sectors. That step fol-
plans. China’s leaders are reluctant to yield; lowed criticism of Chinese purchases of
they need higher-tech industries to keep European technology vendors that are con-
incomes rising. Many producers of textiles, sidered vital national assets, including
shoes and toys have already migrated to German robot maker Kuka.
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McAdams’ 30th win sends CSM to state tourney


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT McAdams earned wins in each Friday’s and Saturday’s victories. Friday, she surpassed the 200-strikeout
No. 29 and 30 in the In Saturday’s 30th win, McAdams proved plateau, just the sixth pitcher in the state to
No one has slugged it better than the Lady California Community effectively wild, allowing just two hits do so this year.
Bulldogs this season. College Athletic while walking five. CSM opens play in the state championship
The College of San Mateo softball team pow- Association Super CSM scored its only run in the bottom of tournament Thursday as the No. 1 seed from
ered their way to the No. 1 ranking in Northern Regional playoffs by the sixth when Kaitlyn Grech singled home Northern California. The Bulldogs will take
California by leading all California communi- whirling two consecutive Avery Revera with the game’s only run. Grech on Fullerton, No. 4 from Southern California,
ty colleges in slugging percentage (.575) and shutouts against College was 2 for 3 on the day and hit at a .500 clip (3 at 1:30 p.m.
runs scored (tied with 353). of the Sequoias. And to for 6) on the series. The sophomore out of The double-elimination spans through
It was the arm of Emily McAdams, howev- Emily add mystique to the Woodside is batting .385 on the season. Sunday, with San Jose City, Sacramento City
er, that delivered the Bulldogs to the state McAdams excellent performance, McAdams has proven one of the best arms and San Joaquin Delta also representing Nor
championship tournament for the seventh the sophomore right- in the state. Not only does she lead the state Cal. The other So Cal teams are Cypress, Mt.
straight year. hander out of Sequoia led CSM to 1-0 finals in wins, she ranks second with a 0.75 ERA. San Antonio and Palomar.

History in the making


Serra volleys to
program’s first
section crown
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Of all the Central STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS


Coast Section championship banners hang- Logan Couture celebrates a score in the first
ing in the Serra gymnasium, never had there period Saturday night in Game 1 of the
been one displayed for boys’ volleyball. Western Conference finals at SAP Center.
That changed Saturday when the Serra
boys’ volleyball team swept Valley
Christian 25-17, 25-20, 25-01 in the CCS
Division II finals to join the storied frater-
Just another
nity of Serra CCS champions.
The No. 2-seed Padres (28-7 overall) had
only reached the CCS volleyball finals once
big moment
in program history, and that came a genera-
tion ago in 2005. Since then, Serra has seen
its ups and downs, including fairly recently,
for Couture
By Josh Dubow
enduring two straight seasons through 2015 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
and ’16 when the team did not win a game
through West Catholic Athletic League play.
“It’s amazing,” senior Brian Ronan said SAN JOSE — Logan Couture got San Jose
off the championship turnaround. “I came started in the opener of the Western
into the Serra program, two years before, Conference final against St. Louis by fin-
back-to-back 0-12 in our league. We’ve now ishing off a 2-on-1 rush. He sealed the win
taken it to 10-2 the last two years. And a ban- with an empty-net goal, and in between, he
ner — CCS, WCAL, Nor Cal, anything — we did everything else the Sharks needed on
just wanted one. And it just feels so good to both ends of the ice.
finally do it. I’m just so proud of our team.” Just another typical standout performance
Ronan was Serra’s go-to guy on the court from Couture, who always seems to be at his
against No. 5 Valley Christian (21-15) best at this time of year.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Saturday at St. Francis High School. The left- “Logan Couture, if he’s not the top two-way
handed swinging outside hitter peppered a Above: Serra’s Kevin Ramos, center in the league, he’s in that conversa-
match-high 20 kills, including nine in Game left, Neeraj Keshav, middle, and tion,” coach Peter DeBoer said after Couture
2 to put the Padres in the driver’s seat. Brian Ronan celebrate after had two goals and one assist in a 6-3 win over
Serra has enjoyed a depth of attackers this match point in the CCS the Blues in Game 1 on Saturday night.
year, with outside hitter Nick Disco, along Division II finals Saturday “Plays a 200-foot game, always on the
with a trio of middles in seniors Matt Conry against Valley Christian in right side of the puck, always making the
and Cade Rees, and junior Luke Beese. Once Mountain View. right reads. When your center is like that, he
Ronan got cooking late in the opening set Lef t: Keshav displays the drives the guys around him to play an hon-
though, senior setter Neeraj Keshav was first-ever CCS championship est game like that.”
keen to continue feeding the hot hand. trophy in Serra volleyball Couture and linemates Timo Meier and
history while his teammates
See SERRA, Page 14 celebrate around him. See SHARKS, Page 15

M-A blanks Jeff to surge into CCS


By Terry Bernal champion Jefferson, M-A marched to a scored. So I got the [win] for the team.”
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF 5-0 win at home in that Saturday morn- The reason Barnes was so pumped was
ing showdown. because of a bang-bang play at the plate
After a four-year postseason drought, Sophomore starter Rowen Barnes that kept the shutout in order. Jeff had run-
the Menlo-Atherton Bears are headed shined in his first pitching appearance in ners at second and third with two outs
back to the Central Coast Section over a month, firing four shutout innings when Barnes threw a pitch to the back-
playoffs. to earn the victory, upping his record to stop. As the runner at third, Gabe
The Bears faced back-to-back elimi- 3-1. Despite walking four, Barnes said he Gonzales, attempted to score, Bears catch-
nation games to reach the CCS felt good about his effort while walking er Tyler Nelson chased down the ball and
Division I field. Then, after downing off the mound in the fouth. tossed to Barnes covering the plate, who
NOAH EISNER/@EISNERONSPORTS Woodside 4-2 last Thursday to earn a “I was super pumped up after the fourth tagged Gonzales out to end the inning.
M-A starter Rowen Barnes reacts after tagging out Jeff’s one-game Peninsula Athletic League inning,” Barnes said. “… It wasn’t like
Gabe Gonzales, right, at the plate Saturday in Atherton. play-in matchup with Lake Division my ‘A’ game but I was happy. No runs See M-A, Page 13
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Tour of California
Bulldogs eliminated in decisive Game 3
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT start to the seventh by Sac City. JJ Ota doubles in the series. Ackerman paced the
Peter Sagan wins opening stage
SACRAMENTO — Peter Sagan has had
reached on an infield error and Christian Bulldogs with a 3-for-5 day. Flores paced trouble finding his way to the front at the
A wild seventh inning proved too much Ontai got hit by a pitch to put runners at CSM throughout the series, going 5 for 11 finish this season.
for the College of San Mateo Bulldogs to first and second. Alec Ackerman and Sean with a pair of doubles. The sophomore out- Turns out he just needed to get back to the
overcome. Prozell followed with back-to-back RBI sin- fielder out of Valley Christian-San Jose fin- Tour of California.
CSM (31-14 overall) fell 8-6 in the deci- gles to tie it 4-4. Then with two outs, ished his community college career with a The three-time road cycling world cham-
sive Game 3 of a best-of-three Super Anthony Flores doubled to left to drive .314 batting average while hitting safely in pion, and the winningest
Regional baseball playoff series at home Ackerman, and an error by Sac City’s nine of his last 10 games. rider in race history, free-
Sacramento City College. Entering the sev- left fielder allowed Prozell to score from Sac City is one of four Northern California lanced his way to the
enth inning trailing by 2, the Bulldogs ral- first to give the Bulldogs a 6-4 lead. teams to advance to the Sectional playoffs, front of the opening
lied for four runs in the top of the inning to But Sac City sent nine batters to the plate along with Ohlone-Fremont, Los Medanos- stage Sunday and then
jump ahead. But Sac City (32-12) matched in the bottom of the inning to retake the Pittsburg and San Joaquin Delta-Stockton. held off fast-finishing
the output with four runs in the bottom of lead. A leadoff single by Nik McClaughry The two winners in Sectional play will Travis McCabe of the
the frame to take the lead for good. and a double by Dan Sayre put runners at sec- advance to the California Community USA Cycling team to
The crucial at-bat for Sac City came with ond and third with no outs. McClaughry College Athletic Association final four. earn his 17th career win
runners at the corners and two outs with scored on a groundout by Anthony Galati. Peter Sagan in North America’s
CSM clinging to a 4-3 advantage. Then after Kevin Saenz got hit by a pitch, Bologna, Delta moving on biggest stage race.
Sophomore Daniel Walsh, Sac City’s best Walsh delivered the dagger two run double. Carlmont graduate Vinny Bologna pow- Sagan had only one victory this season, a
RBI man, socked a two-run double off CSM The Bulldogs got the potential go-ahead ered San Joaquin Delta to another playoff meager amount of success for arguably the
reliever Nico Zeglin to give the Panthers run to the plate in the eighth. Facing reliev- series sweep as the Mustangs took down world’s most versatile rider. Some thought
the lead. er Cole Harrison, Carnazzo reached on a Cosumnes River-Sacramento in Game 1 he was still feeling the lingering effects of a
Zeglin was one of the heroes of Friday’s two-out error and Ackerman followed with a Friday by a score of 12-3, and in Game 2 crash at last year’s Tour de France, though
Game 1, delivering three shutout innings in single to put runners at first and second. In Saturday 11-7. the affable Slovakian sprinter insisted all
relief of starter Sean Prozell to earn the win. his final at-bat as a Bulldog, though, Bologna had a 15-game hitting streak along that he was close to form.
Being charged with the loss Saturday, the Prozell flied out to center to end the threat. snapped in the opener. But the sophomore McCabe nearly caught him at the finish line
freshman right-hander’s record falls to 6-4. With one on and two outs in the ninth, outfielder bounced back big in Saturday’s in downtown Sacramento in what would have
With starting pitcher Brett Karalius work- CSM pinch hitter Christian Stapleton Super Regional finale, going 3 for 4 with been a monumental upset. Max Walscheid
ing 5 2/3 innings, Zeglin entered in the struck out against closer Aaron Rund to end two home runs and four RBIs. With Delta rounded out the podium Sunday for Team
sixth, with one run in and one runner on, the Bulldogs’ season. leading 6-4 in the seventh, Bologna hit a Sunweb, which set a frantic pace over the final
looking to stop the bleeding. It was the arm Harrison earned the win to up his record to solo homer. Then in the eighth, he clubbed couple of miles to set up the sprint finish.
of CSM catcher Danny Carnazzo who got the 4-1. Rund was credited with his first save of a three-run shot. The 89-mile stage rolled off under sunny
Bulldogs back in the dugout, pegging Maimu the year. Bologna is now batting .412 while lead- conditions and out of the state capitol, then
Kobaya at second base on a steal attempt to Sayre went 4 for 5 on the day. Hitting ing the state throughout the regular season returned to Sacramento for a series of criteri-
end the inning and Sac City leading 4-2. safely in all three games against CSM, the and postseason combined with 15 home um-style laps. The last breakaway riders
CSM then took advantage of a sloppy freshman leadoff hitter was 7 of 15 with two runs and 68 RBIs. were caught with about 10 miles to go.

Mewis scores twice to lead US past South Africa 3-0


By Josh Dubow Sharing this with my teammates and sharing Lavelle near the top of the box. Mewis faked
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS this with my family is the best part.” to her left, came back to the right and beat
Carli Lloyd added her 108th career goal in goalie Andile Dlamini with a shot from out-
SANTA CLARA — Samantha Mewis is second-half added time to the delight of the side the box that went just inside the post.
finding her stride again just in time for her crowd of 22,788 at the home of the NFL’s San The Americans kept up the pressure in the
first World Cup. Francisco 49ers. That moved Lloyd into fourth second half and finally added a second goalie
Mewis scored goals in both halves and place in career goals for the U.S., breaking a after Dlamini left with an injury and was
the U.S. women’s national team began its tie with Michelle Akers. replaced by Kaylin Swart. Megan Rapinoe
World Cup send-off series with a 3-0 victory “Just doing my thing,” Lloyd said. “”Just started the play with a quick restart after a foul
over South Africa on Sunday. coming on trying to make a difference. and eventually sent a cross into the box.
“Sammy’s confidence just grows and Nothing has really changed from 2005 when I Swart deflected the pass but it went right off
grows and grows with match play and the first got on this team.” Mewis and into the net to make it 2-0 in the
experience that she gets out there,” coach The Americans controlled the play from 78th minute. Mewis other two-goal game for
Jill Ellis said. “She’s a dynamic player than the start, with the game played almost the national team came in a friendly against
can impact a game. When you go to a World entirely in South Africa’s end. But despite South Korea in 2017.
Cup, your midfield, you need to have play- dominating possession, the U.S. generated Ellis was happy to face a team that bunkered
ers that can score goals from distance, that KELLEY L COX/USA TODAY SPORTS few prime scoring chances early because down defensively as preparation after her team
can get in the box, that can obviously play USA midfielder Samantha Mewis scores a several crosses and final passes just missed struggled to deal with that during a quarterfinal
make. There’s versatility to Sam.” goal past South Africa defender Noko Matlou their targets inside the box. loss to Sweden in the 2016 Olympics.
After starting every game for the national Sunday at Levi's Stadium. Mewis had one of the best chances when “More than likely, we’ll face a team like this
team in 2017, Mewis missed most of 2018 Africa with her second career two-goal game. her header off a cross from Tobin Heath in the World Cup,” defender Kelly O’Hara said.
with a knee injury. But she has worked her “Everyone on this team has been through sailed just over the crossbar. But Mewis “It’s good to get in the practice. I think we
way back and scored last month against adversity,” Mewis said. “All of our journeys made the most of her next opportunity in the could have been a bit better today. But that’s
Belgium and followed that up against South have been amazing in that they led us here. 37th minute when she took a pass from Rose why we have friendlies, to work on things.”
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Giants 6, Reds 5
A’s drop finale to split with Tribe
By Michael Wagaman
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Cleveland 5, A’s 3
runs in six A’s a chance for a third, taking a
OAKLAND — Roberto Perez hit innings. He lead in the first inning and pulling
a three-run homer in the sixth gave up six hits away on Perez’s fourth home run.
inning to back Jefry Rodriguez’s and three walks Carlos Gonzalez and Luplow
first win in the American League as with three reached on consecutive one-out
Cleveland beat the A’s 5-3 Sunday. strikeouts, and singles against starter Daniel
Francisco Lindor had two hits got the A’s to Mengden (0-1). After reliever
for Cleveland. Mike Freeman Daniel hit into a pair of Ryan Buchter retired Jake Bauers
walked three times and scored, Mengden double plays. on a liner, Perez drove a first-pitch
Carlos Santana had an RBI double Cleveland fastball deep into the left field
and Jordan Luplow singled, scored won after dropping the first two stands. The ball left his bat at
and drove in a run. games of the series on walk-off 110.7 mph and traveled a project-
Rodriguez (1-2) allowed three hits. The Indians didn’t give the ed 424 feet.

the game, throwing nine pitches Trujillo said. “We’re excited. The

M-A before settling down the side in


order.
“It was exactly what I was aim-
energy is very high and we’re
ready for the next game.”
STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS
Joe Panik, left, tags out Reds base-runner Jose Peraza on a steal attempt in
the seventh inning Sunday at Oracle Park.
Continued from page 11

“It seemed like every inning


ing for,” Barnes said.
M-A gave Barnes all the runs
he’d need with a three-run rally in
the third inning. Jake Albro got
Serra into CCS Open;
Carlmont goes Division I
Serra is one of four West
Giants rally to salvage
they were threatening,” M-A man-
ager David Trujillo said. “He would
get himself into a jam and just fig-
ure a way to get out of it.”
the Bears on the board with a one-
out RBI double. Tyler Nelson fol-
lowed with an RBI double to trade
places with Albro. John Quinlan
Catholic Athletic League teams
slated for the CCS Open Division
baseball tournament. The No. 5
Padres will take on No. 4 Santa
‘W’ in finale with Reds
By Gideon Rubin coming through when you need
Barnes has proven quite an add then singled home courtesy-runner Cruz this coming Saturday at time THE ASSOCIATED PRESS him.”
for the varsity Bears. The sopho- Jonah Elisofon to give M-A a 3-0 and place to be determined. Valley San Francisco trailed 5-4 when
more started the year with the jun- lead. Christian-San Jose, the WCAL SAN FRANCISCO — Pablo Evan Longoria singled off David
ior-varsity squad. But once he Then after M-A reliever Elliot round-robin and tournament cham- Sandoval isn’t getting regular at- Hernandez (0-2) leading off the
notched a JV no-hitter in a 5-0 win Zeien took over on the mound for pions, earned the No. 1 seed in the bats these days, but he’s making eighth. Sandoval doubled, Mac
over Half Moon Bay, he was pro- two innings of scoreless work, Open Division. the most of his opportunities. Williamson hit a run-scoring
moted to varsity the next day. He Quinlan turned in another M-A In the CCS Division I tourna- Sandoval homered and doubled in grounder and Pillar singled in front
not only made a quick impact on defensive gem. With two on and ment, Carlmont earned the No. 5 his second of center fielder Nick Senzel for his
the mound, he also hit safely in one out, Jefferson’s Luke Mar seed. The Scots will host No. 12 three-hit game team-leading 22nd RBI. Sandoval
his first four games and is current- drilled a long fly ball to left field. Santa Clara Wednesday at 4 p.m. this season, slid home as the rookie’s throw
ly batting .340 hitting in the heart But Quinlan got a quick first step scoring the go- from about 260 feet was up the
of the order. to break back and spun around as Five PAL teams go Division II ahead run on third-base line.
After an April 1 appearance in a he approached the warning track Kevin Pillar’s Sandoval also had a three-hit
non-league game at Northwood- to make the catch. Ocean Division champion game at Toronto on April 23. He
two-out single
Irvine, shoulder discomfort pre- “I was pumped up,” Barnes said. Aragon is one of five PAL teams to was released from a $95 million,
in the eighth
vented him from pitching the rest “It was crucial because it prevented reach the CCS Division II tourna- five-year contract with Boston two
inning to lift
of the regular season. Thursday like one or two runs from scor- ment. The Dons are seeded No. 5 years ago, and the Giants are pay-
the Giants over
night after M-A advanced to the ing.” and will host No. 12 Sacred Heart Pablo ing him the $555,000 major
the Reds 6-5
play-in game with a 4-2 win over M-A added two insurance runs in Cathedral Wednesday at 4 p.m. Sandoval league minimum.
Sunday.
Woodside, Barnes said he called the sixth. Max Coupe delivered an No. 8 Burlingame will also host, Sandoval hit a two-run, oppo- Belt made a big contribution,
Trujillo later that evening to tell RBI single to drive home Pete taking on No. 9 Pioneer; No. 10 site-field homer to left in the first too, coming in as a pinch-hitter in
him he wanted to pitch Saturday. Discher. Then after a single by Capuchino travels to No. 7 off Tyler Mahle that tied the score the seventh and hitting a tying,
The result drew rave reviews Jake Wang to load the bases, Albro Carmel; No. 15 Half Moon Bay 2-2, his sixth home run this sea- two-run homer — his sixth — on a
from Trujillo— in just his third produced a sacrifice fly to score travels to No. 2 Aptos; all slated son. He singled in the sixth. hanging curveball from Mahle.
game as M-A’s varsity skipper — Barnes. for Wednesday at 4 p.m. Sandoval was in the lineup at Tony Watson (2-0) won despite
who coached Barnes at the junior- Albro closed out the win with a No. 14 Hillsdale travels to No. 3 first base to give Brandon Belt, forcing in the go-ahead run with a
varsity level earlier this year. scoreless seventh, finishing it off Christopher Wednesday for a 4:30 who is experiencing right knee bases-loaded walk to Tucker
“He was a stud,” Trujillo said. “I with his second strikeout of the p.m. start. inflammation, some extra rest. Barnhart in the eighth. Will Smith
couldn’t have asked anything frame. In the Division III tournament, Manager Bruce Bochy said struck out two in a perfect ninth for
more from a sophomore. … His M-A now advances to the CCS Menlo drew the No. 2 seed and will Sandoval affords him that luxury. his 10th save in as many attempts,
composure on the mound is one Division I tournament. Drawing open play this coming Saturday “He’s one of those guys who can and the Giants avoided a three-
thing I’ve always loved about the No. 15 seed, M-A travels to against No. 7 Thomas More; No. 8 sit and come up there and give you game sweep.
him.” No. 2 Los Altos Wednesday. First Summit-Shasta will take on No. 1 a good at-bat, whether it’s pinch Madison Bumgarner allowed four
Barnes locked up with Jefferson pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m. Pacific Grove; both are a time and hit or he gets his starts,” Bochy runs — two earned — and eight hits
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Left: Serra senior Brian Ronan serves in Saturday’s CCS Division II championship game against
Valley Christian at St. Francis High School, the Padres’ first-ever CCS boys’ volleyball title.
Above: Serra senior Cade Rees runs an attack through the middle. Top right: Serra junior Nick
Disco digs a ball. Bottom right: Serra senior Kevin Ramos puts up a bump set.
off the left side to ignite a 7-0 Serra run. In Since being promoted to the varsity squad, point with a long smash off the left side that

SERRA Game 2, he got a touch call on a long blazer to


five the Padres an early 5-4 advantage. They
never again trailed in the match.
the junior has been one of the secrets to the
Padres’ success, especially this season. Not
that anyone in the Serra ranks saw the span of
caught the backline. He then rotated through
the back, putting down a point from the pipe
with a funky roll shot. He then scored twice
Continued from page 11 Perhaps the most critical point of the con- success coming. from the right side before returning to the left
test was a Disco kill in Game 1 to up the lead “What we did last year really surprised us,” pin, scoring each of Serra’s final four points
“Neeraj is a very smart setter,” Serra head to 15-13. It was the longest rally of the after- Ramos said. “We didn’t get as far as we did this of the set.
coach Heather Anthony said. “He knows when noon, thanks in part to several clutch digs by year. But it was a pretty solid team. … This Serra rode the momentum to a Game 3
our hitters are hot … feed them, feed them, junior libero Kevin Ramos. When Disco ulti- year we had a really, really solid team. blowout with the passing of Disco, Ramos
feed the hitters. So, that was working for us. mately tooled the double block of Valley Everyone contributed more this year than last and Ronan playing a big role, Anthony said.
We’re going to take advantage of that.” Christian to continue Serra’s best run of the year. Everyone plays their part on the floor “We have a brilliant passing squad,” she
Anthony, in her first year as head coach, match, it was a major momentum shift, espe- and that’s how we win games.” said.
broke a long-standing tradition of Serra run- cially for Ramos who feeds off long rallies. Ronan proved the force to be reckoned with Up next for Serra is another first, a trip to
ning a 6-2 offense. Keshav was a big reason “I love them,” Ramos said. “Especially in Saturday’s march to the championship. At the CIF Northern California playoffs, open-
for the decision to transition to the 5-1. And when we close out the rally and get the point. an unassuming 5-10, he doesn’t look the part ing Tuesday. The Padres earned the No. 2
the senior certainly proved Saturday he can be I think it shows how much we push as a team.” of the prototypical attacker — until the junior seed in the Division II bracket and will host
trusted to run the show. A natural libero, Ramos finally got to don lefty gets airborne. No. 7 Marin Catholic at 7 p.m.
Keshav was distributing the ball generously the libero jersey for the first time this season. He got going late in Game 1, twice attack- “We had a vision and a mission from the
in the early going. Disco, off the outside, had Last year, he served primarily as a defensive ing off the left side for back-to-back kills to beginning,” Anthony said. “And every day we
several pivotal kills, including giving the specialist behind now-graduated Michael force set point. Conry, a 6-5 senior, finished were focused on that. And we believed in our-
Padres the lead for good in each of the first two Gonzales. As a freshman with the junior-var- off the opening set with block off the middle. selves that this was the team that was going to
sets. In Game 1, tied 13-13, he exacted a laser sity squad, he played outside hitter. Then to start Game 2, Ronan scored the first go all the way.”

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Blues vs. Sharks, Game 2, 6 p.m.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS four assists
over the last 10
O Canada!
Leonard’s defiant buzzer-beater moves
St. Louis Blues (45-28-9, third games for San
in the Central Division during the Jose. Toronto into Eastern Conference finals
regular season) vs. San Jose R y a n By Ian Harrison
Sharks (46-27-9, second in the O’Reilly leads THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Pacific Division during the regu- the Blues with
lar season). 49 total assists
Wes tern Co nference fi nal s : TORONTO — Kawhi Leonard hit a shot from the
and has record- corner over Joel Embiid at the buzzer that bounced off
San Jose leads series 1-0 ed 77 points.
Bo tto m l i ne: The San Jose
Joe the rim four times before falling to give the Toronto
Pavelski Jaden Schwartz
Sharks host the St. Louis Blues in Raptors a 92-90 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers
has eight
the Western Conference finals with on Sunday night in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference
goals and three assists over the
a 1-0 lead in the series. The teams semifinal series.
last 10 games for St. Louis.
meet Monday for the fifth time this Bl ues i n the po s ts eas o n: After Philadelphia’s Jimmy Butler tied it with a layup
season. The Sharks won the last Averaging 2.6 goals, 4.6 assists, with 4.2 seconds left, Toronto used its final timeout to
meeting 6-3. Timo Meier scored a 3.1 penalties and 7.0 penalty min- draw up a play for Leonard, who dribbled toward the
team-high two goals for the Sharks utes while giving up 2.8 goals per right corner and launched the high-arching shot.
in the victory. game with a .903 save percentage. It bounced to the top of the backboard, hit the near
The Sharks are 25-11-5 on their Sharks i n the po s ts eas o n: side of the rim again, then the other side twice before
home ice. San Jose is second in the Averaging 3.3 goals, 5.7 assists, going through, setting off a wild celebration as the
NHL averaging 3.5 goals per game, 4.5 penalties and 11.5 penalty Raptors advanced to the conference finals for the sec-
led by Joe Pavelski with 38. minutes while giving up 3. 1 ond time in four seasons. They will open the confer-
The Blues are 25-18-7 in confer- goals per game with a .902 save ence finals Wednesday night at Milwaukee.
ence matchups. St. Louis has given percentage. Leonard scored 41 points on 16-of-39 shooting. Serge
up 43 power-play goals, killing Sharks i njuri es : Radim Ibaka added 17 points, and Pascal Siakam had 11 points
81.5 percent of opponent chances. Simek: out (lower body). JOHN E. SOKOLOWSKI/USA TODAY SPORTS and 11 rebounds. Embiid led the 76ers with 21 points and
To p perfo rmers : Brent Burns B l ue s i n j uri e s : Carl Toronto forward Kawhi Leonard is mobbed after hitting 11 rebounds. JJ Redick had 17 points, Butler added 16,
leads the Sharks with 67 assists and Gunnarsson: day to day (lower the game-winning shot against the Philadelphia 76ers and Tobias Harris had 14 points and 10 rebounds.
has recorded 83 points this season. body), Sammy Blais: out (undis- in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Sunday In its only other conference finals, Toronto lost to
Logan Couture has eight goals and closed). at Scotiabank Arena. LeBron James and Cleveland in six games in 2016.

time in his 10 seasons. to do the same thing out there to be Nuggets 100, Blazers 96 NBA playoffs
SHARKS “We haven’t won,” he said. “So I
don’t care what my numbers get to
be. I could go this whole playoffs
successful. He’s really good at
doing that. No matter what happens
out there, he doesn’t let anything
DENVER — CJ McCollum scored
37 points and the Portland Trail
Blazers over-
Center, where the Nuggets owned
the best record in the league during
Continued from page 11 and have zero points and if we win affect him, and he’s not trying to do the regular season but where they
things that aren’t normal.” came a 17-point
the Stanley Cup I’ll be the happi- first-half deficit lost twice to Portland in the series.
Gustav Nyquist once again led the est guy in this room.” While the goals and the points to beat the The Nuggets raced to a 39-22 lead
way for the Sharks, with Meier Couture led the NHL with 30 get the attention from outsiders, Denver Nuggets and Game 7 was beginning to look
also having two goals and an points in the 2016 playoffs, when his team respects him most for 100-96 on a lot like Game 5, when Denver
assist, Nyquist getting two the Sharks got to their first aspects of his game that don’t Sunday to blew out Portland by 26 points in
helpers and the trio combining for Stanley Cup Final in franchise always show up on the scoresheet. advance to the this building. But Blazers coach
a plus-seven rating. history, and he scores at a higher He plays in all situations, W e s t e r n Terry Stotts called a timeout with
rate in the playoffs than the regu- including the penalty kill, often 7:26 left in the second quarter and
This is Couture’s time of year.
lar season despite the tougher matches up against top lines, CJ McCollum C o n f e r e n c e his team began chipping away.
Ever since his first postseason as a Finals for the
rookie in 2010, he has shined on opponents and more defensive takes faceoffs, blocks shots and is first time since 2000. “There wasn’t going to be any
the big stage. His 45 goals in the approach. a leader in the dressing room. Evan Turner, who scored just four quit,” Stotts said. “I didn’t think
playoffs since making his debut He has eight game-winning “I think Logan is the consum- points in the first six games of the they ever stopped believing. ... It
that season are second most in the goals in the playoffs and two in mate ‘I’m not going to tell you, series, added 14 points, including was just about regrouping.”
NHL to Alex Ovechkin’s 50. He overtime, earning the reputation I’m going to show you what my 10 in the fourth quarter. The Trail The Blazers were down 48-39 at
leads the NHL this postseason with as a clutch player. commitment level is, ”’ DeBoer Blazers advanced to face the two- halftime and trailed by just a point
11 goals and 17 points and is one “His biggest thing is he doesn’t said. “He brings that every night. time defending NBA champion head into the fourth quarter.
of six active players with two change his game no matter what the ... I know everybody looks at the Golden State Warriors, beginning That’s when the Nuggets’ hopes
postseasons with at least 10 goals. situation is,” teammate Erik goals and where he is in the scor- Tuesday night in Oakland. of reaching their first Western
But four of those other players Karlsson said. “I think we all know ing and the production and what Turner corralled the rebound when Conference Finals in a decade died
have won the Stanley Cup — a that these games are more impor- he’s brought offensively. For me, Nikola Jokic’s desperation 3-point- with a 7-of-24 shooting perform-
goal that has eluded Couture and tant than the regular season, but he walks the walk at both ends of er hit the rim and dribbled out the ance, including 3 of 10 from Jokic,
the Sharks despite making it to the that doesn’t mean that the game of the rink. Those are the type of clock, sending the stunned crowd who tearfully blamed himself in the
conference finals for the fourth hockey is changing. You still have guys you can win with.” streaming to the exits at the Pepsi locker room for the loss.
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
SHARKS PLAYOFF GLANCE
FIRST ROUND
Man City wins second straight
Tampa Bay
New York
Boston
W
24
24
22
L
15
16
19
Pct
.615
.600
.537
GB

1/2
3
Philadelphia
Atlanta
New York
W
23
20
19
L
16
20
20
Pct
.590
.500
.487
GB

3 1/2
4
Sharks 4, Vegas 3
Wednesday, April 10: Sharks 5, Vegas 2
Friday, April 12: Vegas 5, Sharks 3
Sunday, April 14: Vegas 6, Sharks 3
Premier League championship
Toronto 16 24 .400 8 1/2
Tuesday, April 16: Vegas 5, Sharks 0 By Rob Harris Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Washington 16 24 .400 7 1/2 Thursday, April 18: Sharks 5, Vegas 2
Baltimore 14 26 .350 10 1/2 Miami 10 29 .256 13 Sunday, April 21: Sharks 2, Vegas 1, 2OT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS “This is the toughest one,”
Tuesday, April 23: Sharks 5, Vegas 4, OT Guardiola said, “especially
Central Division Central Division BRIGHTON, England — All the (because) of the rival we had to face
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
Minnesota 25 14 .641 — Sharks 4, Colorado 3 strain Pep Guardiola feels during all season.”
Chicago 23 14 .622 —
Cleveland 21 18 .538 4 Milwaukee 24 17 .585 1
Friday, April 26: Sharks 5, Colorado 2 the pursuit of titles becomes Guardiola sets standards on the
Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, Sharks 3
Detroit 18 20 .474 6 1/2 Pittsburgh 20 17 .541 3 Tuesday, April 30: Sharks 4, Colorado 2 worthwhile when a winners’ medal field that require rivals to raise
Chicago 18 21 .462 7 St. Louis 22 19 .537 3 Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, Sharks 0 is placed around his neck. theirs.
Kansas City 14 27 .341 12 Cincinnati 18 23 .439 7 Saturday, May 4: Sharks 2, Colorado 1 City trailed Liverpool by seven
Monday, May 6: Colorado 4, Sharks 3, OT It happens a lot.
West Division West Division Wednesday, May 8: Sharks 3, Colorado 2 Manchester City won its second points in late December but won its
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB straight Premier League trophy on final 14 games after a Jan. 29 defeat
WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS
Houston 26 15 .634 — Los Angeles 27 16 .628 — Sharks 1, St. Louis 0 Sunday, finishing one point ahead at Newcastle and finished with 98
Angels 19 21 .475 6 1/2 points, the second-highest total in
Seattle 20 23 .465 7
Arizona 22 18 .550 3 1/2 Saturday, May 11: Sharks 6, St. Louis 3 of Liverpool in a thrilling title race
San Diego 22 19 .537 4 Monday, May 13: St. Louis at Sharks, 6 p.m. English history behind its 100 last
A’s 19 23 .452 7 1/2 Colorado 19 21 .475 6 1/2 Wednesday, May 15: Sharks at St. Louis, 5 p.m. and giving Guardiola eight league
Texas 17 21 .447 7 1/2 Giants 17 23 .425 8 1/2 Friday, May 17: Sharks at St. Louis, 5 p.m. championships over 10 years in year. Liverpool, chasing its first
x-Sunday, May 19: St. Louis at Sharks, noon three countries. championship in 29 years, finished
Saturday’s Games x-Tuesday, May 21: Sharks at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Saturday’s Games x-Thursday, May 23: St. Louis at Sharks, 6 p.m. “We’re so, so tired, but at the same with the highest total for a non-
Boston 9,Seattle 5
Detroit 5,Minnesota 3,1st game Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 1 time winning the title gives you a champion.
ChicagoWhite Sox 7,Toronto 2 Chicago Cubs 2, Milwaukee 1, 15 innings WARRIORS PLAYOFF SCHEDULE lot of energy,” Guardiola said after “Liverpool was exceptional, I
L.A.Angels 7,Baltimore 2 N.Y. Mets 4, Miami 1 the clinching 4-1 victory over don’t mean to rub it in, it is what it
Warriors 4, L.A. Clippers 2 is, they didn’t deserve to lose,” said
Oakland 3,Cleveland 2 Philadelphia 7, Kansas City 0 Saturday, April 13: Warriors 121, L.A. Clippers 104 Brighton, “and is so addictive.”
Tampa Bay 7,N.Y.Yankees 2 33-year-old City captain Vincent
Atlanta 6, Arizona 4 Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Warriors 131 Winning has become routine for
Philadelphia 7,Kansas City 0
Minnesota 8,Detroit 3,2nd game San Diego 4, Colorado 3
Thursday, April 18: Warriors 132, Clippers 105 City in a way it never was before the Kompany, who helped maintain the
Sunday, April 21: Warriors 113, Clippers 105
Houston 11,Texas 4 Cincinnati 5, San Francisco 4 x-Wednesday, April 24: Clippers 129, Warriors 121 flow of Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth lead last week when his long-range
Sunday’s Games Washington 5, L.A. Dodgers 2 x-Friday, April 26: Warriors 129, Clippers 110 began in 2008. goal in the second half provided a 1-
Baltimore 5,L.A.Angels 1 Sunday’s Games Warriors 3, Houston 2 When Sheikh Mansour bought 0 win over Leicester. “It makes me
Boston 11,Seattle 2 so much more happy that we played
Miami at N.Y. Mets, ppd. Sunday, April 28: Warriors 104, Houston 100 City, City’s only English champi-
ChicagoWhite Sox 5,Toronto 1 Tuesday, April 30: Warriors 115, Houston 109
N.Y.Yankees 7,Tampa Bay 1 Philadelphia 6, Kansas City 1
Saturday, May 4: Houston 126, Warriors 121, OT
onships in a history stretching back such a great team all season.”
Detroit 5,Minnesota 3 Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 6 Monday, May 6: Houston 112, Warriors 108 to 1880 were won in 1937 and 1968. During a 21-minute stretch in the
Houston 15,Texas 5 Colorado 10, San Diego 7 x-Wednesday, May 8: Warriors 104, Houston 99 Now the club that was trampled first half at Brighton, City gave
x-Friday, May 10: Warriors 118, Houston 113
Philadelphia 6,Kansas City 1 San Francisco 6, Cincinnati 5 over for so many years by hope to Liverpool supporters at
Cleveland 5,Oakland 3 Anfield, about 200 miles (320 kilo-
Monday’s Games
L.A. Dodgers 6, Washington 0 Portland vs. Warriors Manchester United — and had to
Tuesday, May 14: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m. meters) to the northwest.
Baltimore(Hess1-4)atN.Y.Yankees(Loaisiga1-1),3:35p.m.
Atlanta at Arizona, 4:10 p.m.
Thursday, May 16: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m. escape the third tier 20 years ago
Houston (Peacock 3-2) at Detroit (Boyd 4-2),4:10 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs, 7:05 p.m. Saturday, May 18:Warriors at Portland, 6 p.m. this month — is the force of With both grounds bathed in bril-
Angels (Skaggs 3-3) at Minnesota (Berrios 6-1),4:40 p.m. Monday’s Games Monday, May 20:Warriors at Portland, 6 p.m. English football with four titles in liant sunshine, Sadio Mane put
x-Wednesday, May 22: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m.
Cleveland (Bieber 2-1) at ChiSox (Lopez 2-4),5:10 p.m. Milwaukee (TBD) at Philadelphia (Nola 3-0), 4:05 p.m.
x-Friday, May 24:Warriors at Portland, 6 p.m. eight seasons. City finished first in Liverpool in front against
Oakland (Fiers 3-3) at Seattle (Kikuchi 2-1),7:10 p.m. Bucs (Kingham 1-0) at Arizona (Ray 2-1), 6:40 p.m. Wolverhampton in the 17th minute
x-Sunday, May 26: Portland at Warriors, 6 p.m. 2012 under Roberto Mancini and
’14 led by Manuel Pellegrini, then and a jittery City fell behind 10 min-
under Guardiola became the first utes later — the first time the cham-
repeat champion in a decade since pions had trailed in a league game
United. since January.
Guardiola, who earned six league “We heard the Brighton fans
titles as a defensive midfielder for singing ‘1-0 to Liverpool’ just at
Barcelona in the 1990s, had hat the moment we conceded,”
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’Pikachu’ can’t dethrone ‘Avengers’ Poisonous plants
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ryan Reynolds voices the popular From Sheila C.: “I received, as a present, an Amaryllis.
Pokemon character in the film, which As an indoor cat owner, I always check on plants and I was
LOS ANGELES — “Pokemon Detective Pikachu” gave notched a record of its own: Biggest pretty sure I was right. Yes, there it was, number 3 on my
“Avengers: Endgame” a run for its money this weekend at video game adaption opening. The previ- list of poisonous plants to cats.” While eating or even just
the box office, but the superheroes managed to hold onto ous record-holder was the Angelina Jolie chewing on any plant may result in vomiting and gas-
the throne once again. “Tomb Raider” from 2001, which opened trointestinal upset, there is indeed a list of plants known
The Walt Disney Co. said Sunday that the Marvel block- with $47 million, not adjusted for infla- to have caused systemic problems
buster earned an estimated $63.1 million from its third tion. for cats and dogs. You are wise,
weekend in North American theaters, bringing its domestic “Typically movies based on video Sheila, to do your best to keep them
grosses to $723.5 million, surpassing the totals for “Black Ryan Reynolds games haven’t been all that successful,” away from pets — but you might find
Panther” and “Avengers: Infinity War.” Goldstein said. that challenging, and here’s why. Of
Internationally, it added $102.3 million, bringing its It was a mixed bag for other newcomers looking for a the more than 1,000 pet-unfriendly
global total to just shy of $2.5 billion where it remains the piece of the market, including two women-led comedies plants identified, some are so com-
second biggest worldwide release of all time behind strategically launching on Mother’s Day: “The Hustle” and mon (houseplants and outdoor land-
“Avatar” ($2.8 billion.) “Poms,” which both attracted an overwhelmingly female scaping) that even someone with a
But three weeks into “Avengers” dominance, the market audience. black thumb is likely to recognize
finally had some room for another film to make a substan- “The Hustle,” a gender-flipped spin on “Dirty Rotten many.
tial impact. Warner Bros. managed to draw a significant Scoundrels” with Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson, landed African Violet, Aloe, Amaryllis
audience to its live-action “Pokemon Detective Pikachu,” in third place with $13. 6 million despite lackluster (yep!), Asparagus Fern (among several types of Fern),
which opened on 4,202 screens and earned an estimated $58 reviews. Avocado, Azalea, Baby’s Breath, Bamboo, Begonia, Bird
million from ticket sales. Less lucky was the Diane Keaton cheerleading comedy of Paradise, Calla and many other types of Lily, Carnation,
“What a terrific result,” said Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros. “Poms,” which grossed only $5.1 million in its debut Coleus, Daffodil, many varieties of Daisy, Deadly
head of domestic distribution. “It’s so much fun to watch against similarly negative reviews from critics. “Poms” Nightshade (duh!), Dieffenbachia, Gardenia, Geranium,
‘Detective Pikachu’ have this kind of opening.” placed sixth behind the thriller “The Intruder” ($6.6 mil- Gladiola, Hibiscus, Holly, Hyacinth, Hydrangea, Ivy, Jade,
And there’s no bad blood that “Endgame” powered past lion) and the Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron rom-com Jasmine, Lantana, Lavender, Marigold, Nasturtium,
“Pikachu” in the end. “Long Shot” ($6.1 million), which are both in their second Oleander, Parsley, Peony, Petunia, Philodendron, Pothos,
“It was fun to win Friday night, but as they say in golf, weekends. Prayer Plant, Rhododendron, Rubber Plant, Sago Palm,
you play your own game and I’m thrilled with our result,” In smaller releases, “Tolkien,” a biopic about the “Lord of Snake Plant, Spider Plant, Sunflower, Tulip, Wandering
Goldstein added. the Rings” author starring Nicholas Hoult opened in ninth Jew, Wisteria, Yew, Yucca, and Zinnia. A simple web search
It even beat “Endgame” internationally by a very slight place on 1,495 screens with $2.2 million, while “The will add many, many more plants to the list.
margin with $103 million. Biggest Little Farm” debuted and made $101,012. The good news is that, while not unknown, actual poi-
soning of cats from plants is exceptionally rare and kudos
“I can’t tell you how delighted and tickled I am that [we

LANES
to Sheila since the fact that her cats are indoor-only ani-
are] studying minimum footprint alternatives and not just mals is best for the health and well-being of both the cats
the maximum footprint alternatives,” said Beach. “A poten- and local wildlife. It also makes such poison-plant-proof-
tial minimum alternative, if we can get performance, talk ing a far more manageable task. But since even the most
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about tax dollar savings and philosophically what we’re benign plant can prove problematic if chewed by our pets,
trying to achieve, which is to move more people and not you might consider some tactics if you have an animal
Highway 101/280 interchange. Hurley said various con- cars.” who loves leaves. Aside from carefully considering where
straints on Highway 101 north of the 101/280 interchange Potential funding sources include the county’s transporta- plants are placed, one trick to help train them away from
prevent that segment from accommodating managed lanes. tion half-cent sales tax Measure A and Measure W, State the habit is to make plants unappealing. Try spraying
A minimum footprint option is to convert the left lane in Transportation Improvement Program funding, RM3 bridge plants with cayenne pepper very diluted in water, or roll
both directions into a managed lane and a maximum foot- toll hikes and Senate Bill 1 gas tax increase, Hurley said. underarm deodorant on the leaves. A mouthful of that is
print alternative is to widen the highway to allow for the Future toll revenue from the San Mateo County express sometimes enough to dissuade pets from looking at your
creation of a new lane similar to what’s being done to lanes could also be spent on the expansion of those lanes plants as a snack.
Highway 101 in San Mateo County. into San Francisco.
State law only allows general-purpose lanes to be con- The tentative project schedule is to being the environ-
verted to HOV lanes and not to express lanes. mental phase this summer with project approval in the fall Ken White is the president of the Peninsula Humane Society
Preliminary estimates for the extension of managed lanes of 2021. Project design is expected to be complete by & SPCA.
from Interstate 380 into San Francisco has been broken spring of 2023 with a groundbreaking in the fall of that
down by county. The minimum alternative in San Mateo year and construction wrapping up in the fall of 2026. 
County would cost between $176 million and $226 million It’s common knowledge that Highway 101 is regularly
and the San Francisco segment would cost between $188 congested and it’s only expected to worsen with the expan-
million and $578 million. The maximum footprint option sion of commercial and residential development, Hurley
would cost $484 million in San Mateo County and between said.
$322 million and $652 million for the San Francisco por-

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Harry Costa, of the San Bruno Lions Club at his ‘Just Things’
shop on San Mateo Avenue where he takes in donated
TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL eyeglasses. Refractive errors can be easily corrected with
Shay McNamara, left, and Deano Roberts bring their car off the eyeglasses, yet millions living in low and middle income
track at the 2019 Woodside Soapbox Derby held at the Town countries lack access to basic eye care services. Lions col- Dina Tozzini of San Carlos celebrated her 100th birthday on Friday,
Center in Woodside on May 5. Their car was a tribute to ‘cloud lect usable glasses in their communities to support the May 3. Dina loves to sing and was happy to celebrate with her son
computing’ in Silicon Valley, and won First Place in the Most Lions Recycle For Sight Program. Bill’s Lock Shop also takes and daughter-in-law Leslie and her new friends living at San Carlos
Original Car category. donations. Elms.

Five years later, officer faces reckoning for chokehold death


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Carr said she has been reliving what she that could lead to Pantaleo’s firing is slated those other officers who actually murdered my
pointedly calls “my son’s murder” every day to begin on Monday. A ruling late last week son that day, they are still collecting their
NEW YORK — The deadly confrontation since his July 2014 death : Her first born suc- requires the police watchdog agency bring- salaries. They still go home every day and it’s
five summers ago flickers in Gwen Carr’s cumbing to cardiac arrest after a white officer ing the case prove not only that Pantaleo business as usual with them. But with me, we
mind, competing for attention with warm, wearing plainclothes, Daniel Pantaleo, violated department rules, but that his relive this every day.”
happy memories of her late son Eric Garner’s restrained her 34-year-old son with what she actions fit the criteria for criminal charges. Video of the struggle on a Staten Island
life. For all the smiles and laugher they contends is an illegal chokehold and what Pantaleo does not actually face criminal street corner quickly went viral, amplifying
shared, there are flashes of Garner being Pantaleo’s lawyer argues is an approved tech- charges. Garner’s plaintive pleas of “I can’t breathe”
grabbed by a New York City police officer and nique. “It has been five long years,” Carr told The into a rallying cry in the face of police brutal-
crying out: “I can’t breathe.” A long-delayed internal disciplinary trial Associated Press last week. “Pantaleo and all ity against unarmed black men and women.
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$3 million will be paid toward capital city in the proposed budget is hotel

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Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
BUDGET
Continued from page 1
projects with an eye on addressing
community center costs, while the
remainder will be paid toward the pen-
tax, which is expected to draw in
about $28 million this year, or rough-
ly the same amount as last year.
Reel Great Films: ‘A Star Is Born.’ 2 Recommended for ages 2 to 5. Free.
sion fund. Property tax is expected to generate
p.m. to 4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 For more information call 829-3860. No final decision was made at the about $23 million, or roughly $1 mil-
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. For designed to offset heightened pen- meeting, and the issue will return for lion more than the previous year.
more information call 591-8286. Business Essentials: The ABC’s of sion obligations, officials ultimately
Success in the Digital World. 11:30 more discussion in advance of a final While sales tax is projected to gener-
Dash Robot Races. 4 p.m. South San a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Total Wine and agreed it would be wise to preserve a budget decision later this summer. ate about $14 million, about
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. More, 2250 Bridgepointe Pkwy., San majority of the surplus for the center.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Mateo. Addressing the importance Officials are also expected to return in $710,000 less than the previous year.
Free. For more information call 829- of a media presence for a business The new center is slated to be built the coming weeks with more informa- While celebrating the city’s stable
3860. with SalesX CEO Joe Khoei. Wine over the footprint of the existing tion about the community center financial footing, Augustine noted
tasting will be at the end of the
Henna and a Craft. 4 p.m. to 5:30 event. To register or for more infor- facility, 850 Burlingame Ave. Its budget. Projections last year were much of the main revenue streams are
p.m. Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., mation call 401-2442. 37,000 square feet will be occupied by that the project would cost about $40 dependent on a healthy economy and
Millbrae. Leah, a local henna artist an active lounge, community room,
will provide henna designs using Por ta Blu Cooking Series—Jams, million, but more recent expectations that a downturn could harm the bud-
her homemade paste for Preser ves, Pickles, and Curing. 7 classroom, music studio, tech shop, are that costs now exceed $50 mil- get’s health.
teens/adults who wish to have p.m. to 8 p.m. Porta Blu at Hotel Nia, ceramics and fine arts workshops, lion, according to a city report. Beyond the threat of an economic
henna applied to their skin, and a 200 Independence Drive, Menlo
craft will be available while waiting. Park. Cost is $25. To register, call teen center, fitness studio and more. Beyond the pending Community slowing, Councilwoman Ann
A permission slip is required for par- (415) 274-2510. In November, the council discussed a Center project, City Manager Lisa Keighran noted that changes to the
ticipants under 18 years of age. Free.
For more information call 697-7607. Peninsula Sy mphony and SF price escalation to $50 million from Goldman identified potential amend- state’s legislative landscape could
Opera star Renée Rapier in love earlier in 2018 when it was expected ments to City Hall as well helping affect the city’s budget as well, most
Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San songs. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. San Mateo to cost between $38 million and $41
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Performing Arts Center, 600 N. finance construction of grade separa- specifically in the additional costs
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Delaware St., San Mateo. San million. tion along Broadway as other capital generated by bills proposed to facili-
All materials provided. Free. For Francisco Opera star Renée Rapier “What I’m concerned about is that improvements needing additional tate residential development.
more information call 829-3860. sings Mahler’s magnificent Rückert
Lieder songs, Tchaikovsky’s Romeo the community center costs are ratch- financing. For example, should state Sen.
AACP Writers Workshop. 7:30 p.m. and Juliet Fantasy-Overture, eting up so high,” said Mayor Donna Outside of the additional spending Scott Wiener’s Senate Bill 50 pass,
to 9 p.m. AACP Bookstore, 529 E. Gwyneth Walker’s Overture of
Third Ave., San Mateo. Classes are Diamonds and the debut of the lat- Colson, according to video of the for capital improvements and pen- Keighran suggested the city may need
taught by Charlie Chin. Cost $30 for est Klein Competition virtuoso. Cost meeting. sions, the city built $43 million in to hire more planners to manage the
drop in or $80 for three classes. For is $35. For more information call Some of her colleagues though said
more information call 375-8286. 941-5291. reserves, about $11 million of which influx of expected development pro-
they preferred to save the money for are unrestricted. Finance Director posals passing through City Hall.
Play of the Hand. San Mateo Senior Arena Rock with SONA & HFT. 8 paying down unfunded liabilities, so Carol Augustine characterized the “We should keep that in the back of
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, p.m. to 11 p.m. Club Fox, 2209
San Mateo. $135 for residents, $165 Broadway, Redwood City. Cost is as a compromise the two sides agreed reserved fund as “very healthy.” our minds because that could definite-
for non-residents. The second $16. For more information call 759- to split up the excess revenue. About The main source of revenue for the ly happen,” she said.
course of the ACLB Bridge Series, 9063.
designed to help seniors advance
their playing abilities. Registration SATURDAY, MAY 18
community.

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required. For more information call Cantonese Stor ytime. 8:30 a.m.
522-7490. San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Other residents also advocated for
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
TUESDAY, MAY 14 Children of all ages can enhance preservation of the sports fields on the
Memoir classes. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. their communication skills by listen- campus which are open to the communi-
Little House, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo ing to stories and singing songs in Continued from page 1 ty and maintained by the city.
Park. Classes continue through May Cantonese and English, followed by
and cost $12. For more information a craft. For more information call Not all neighbors opposed the pro-
call 326-0723. 829-3860. which may eventually give way to resi- posal though, as some suggested they
Caption Phones for Hearing Loss. Filipino-American Power:
dential development of the former com- would be comfortable with a portion of
1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. San Mateo Senior Celebrating the Leadership of prehensive school which closed in the site getting developed while others
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, Alice P. B ulos. 10 a.m. Mater 1980. felt the additional housing for teachers
San Mateo. ClearCaptions is a feder- Dolorosa Parish Hall, 307 Willow
ally funded telecommunications Ave., South San Francisco. The public Vice Chair Sophie Lagace character- would be an appreciated community
company that provides real-time can learn about the development of ized the decision as a means of starting asset.
text of phone conversations for the local Filipino community. For
people with hearing loss. Elli Tehrani more information call 89-3860.
the public planning process for a pro- Currently the site is occupied by
will explain the program and how to posal which she expects will take Peninsula Alternative High School, but
get a free caption phone. ICG Real Estate 1-Day Expo. 10 greater shape over the coming months
Registration is required. For more a.m. to 6:30 p.m. South San education officials are in the process of
information call 522-7490. Francisco Conference Center, 255 and years. moving the school closer to the homes
South Airport Blvd., South San “It almost feels like a marker, now of most students. Once the land is
Documentar y Club: ‘Bad Rap.’ 6:30 Francisco. Various workshops and
you can start the next steps,” said was comfortable with allowing the
p.m. to 8 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 guest speakers throughtout the day. process to move ahead, Mason said she vacant, officials are considering residen-
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Cost is $35. For more information Lagace, according to video of the meet- tial development at the site, which is
Light refreshments will be served. call (800)-324-3983 ing. felt the proposal was too vague for her
Free. For more information call 591- support. zoned for a capacity of 8 units per acre,
8286. B urlingame Ar t Society ’s 25th The commission’s decision was nar- though city officials have said any
Annual Spring Art Exhibit. 10 a.m. rowly focused to whether the opportuni- “I don’t feel comfortable voting on
Keto to Life: the Cutting Edge of to 9 p.m. Hillsdale Shopping Center, this,” said Mason, who asked for greater potential project would not be so expan-
Nutrition Geroscience in an Aging 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. Local artists ty to build new homes at the site was sive. Housing construction at the site
World. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. San Mateo will showcase their original works in allowed under the city’s general plan. details regarding potential development
Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San watercolor, acrylics, oils and pastels. specifics which are not yet available. must be single-family homes, as city
Mateo. Learn about how a ketogenic Free. For more information call 571- High school district officials recently officials are seeking to remain compati-
diet affects aging and memory. For 1029. declared the property as surplus, which Mason was not the only one who har-
bored concerns over the project, as sev- ble with the surrounding neighborhood.
more information call 522-7818. triggered the discussion around poten-
Finding Mayflower Families. 10:30 eral neighbors also raised fears that Noting the proposal is still in its
Design it Yourself Native Plant a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Grace Lutheran tial alternative uses at the site. But the formative stages, Commissioner
Gardening. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Millbrae Church, 2825 Alameda de las Pulgas, process is still in the formative stages eventual development at the site would
Library, 1 Library Ave., Millbrae. San Mateo. Learn the story of how harm their quality of life. Valentine Morgan said he was comfort-
Discover the basics of landscape one individual discovered his ances- and project specifics are yet to be deter- able beginning the public process with
design principles. Free. For more tors were on the Mayflower. For mined. “We would like our neighborhood pre-
information call 697-7607 more information call 306-3423. served,” said Sheila Lawler, who sug- knowledge any potential development
High school officials have discussed will be examined much more thoroughly
selling or leasing the site to allow resi- gested development would invite an
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 K onMari Consultants. 11 a.m.
influx of traffic and safety concerns to down the road.
Landscape Ar t Ex hibit at Twin South San Francisco Main Library, dential development, as a means of
Pines Ar t Center. Noon to 4 p.m. 840 W. Orange Ave., South San the surrounding neighborhood. “It will be viewed very stringently
Twin Pines Art Center, 10 Twin Pines Francisco. An informational and financing housing for teachers strug- because there is so much concern,” he
Lane, Belmont. This will feature over hands on demonstration session on gling to afford the cost of living locally. Noelle Ottoboni also expressed reser-
30 landscape pieces by local penin- how to apply the KonMari method vations development would infringe on said.
sula painters. For more information to your home and your life. For more District officials are also exploring the Commissioners Rick Biasotti, Tom
call 283-1915. information call 829-3860. idea of teacher housing at Mills High her home’s privacy, block views of the
Bay for longtime residents and that con- Hamilton and Mary Lou Johnson were
Prediabetes: Is it Real? 2 p.m. to 3 Coyote Point Yacht Club Open School in Millbrae. absent from the meeting and did not vote
While a majority of the commission struction may lead to loss of the tree
p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 House. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coyote
grove nearby which is valued by the on the issue.
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Point Yacht Club and Marina, 1820
Risks for chronic health issues will Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. Free
be discussed in addition to ways to boat rides, safety demonstrations,
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104 Training 110 Employment 203 Public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
TErMs & CoNdITIoNs pida al secretario de la corte que le dé
sAlEs/MArkETINg
The San Mateo Daily Journal Classi- un formulario de exención de pago de
INTErNsHIPs cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a
fieds will not be responsible for more The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking
than one incorrect insertion, and its lia- tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum-
for ambitious interns who are eager to plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su-
bility shall be limited to the price of one jump into the business arena with both
insertion. No allowance will be made for eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten-
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs cia.
errors not materially affecting the value of the newspaper and media industries.
of the ad. All error claims must be sub- Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco-
This position will provide valuable mendable que llame a un abogado inme-
mitted within 30 days. For full advertis- experience for your bright future.
ing conditions, please ask for a Rate diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado,
Email resume puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a
Card. info@smdailyjournal.com abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo-
gado, es posible que cumpla con los
105 Education/Instruction sofTWArE ENgINEEr. Develop appli-
requisitos para obtener servicios legales
gratuitos de un programa de servicios le-
cations software for virtual reality/aug- gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar
mented reality applications. Mail resume: estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio
Social Nation, Inc., Job ME008, 120 web de California Legal Services,
Is your child's school South El Camino Real, Unit 15, Millbrae, (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro
CA 94030 de Ayuda de las Cortes de California,
maximizing their potential? (www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en
Thrive at: 203 Public Notices contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo-
gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte
over the Hedge over the Hedge over the Hedge
uP ACAdEMy Elementary suMMoNs tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los
costos exentos por imponer un grava-
upacademysf.com (CITACION JUDICIAL)
CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): men sobre cualquier recuperación de
18CLJ00380 $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me-
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (AVISO AL diante un acuerdo o una concesión de
DEMANDADO): KIM M HO arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil.
110 Employment YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte
(LO ESTÁ DEMANDANDO EL DEMAN- antes de que la corte pueda desechar el
DANTE): Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. caso.
NoTICE! You have been sued. The The name and address of the court is (El
CArEgIVErs court may decide against you without
your being heard unless you respond
nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU-
PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA
within 30 days. Read the information be- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, 400 County
Center, Redwood City, CA 94063-1655
2 years experience low.
You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after The name, address, and telephone num-
required. this summons and legal papers are ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with-
out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc-
served on you to file a written response
at this court and have a copy served on ción y el número de teléfono del aboga-
do del demandante, o del demandante
Immediate placement the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not
protect you. Your written response must que no tiene abogado, es): REESE LAW
on all assignments. be in proper legal form if you want the GROUP, Harlan M. Reese, 118226, Jo-
court to hear your case. There may be a seph M. Pleasant, 179571, Dana N.
Meyers, 272640, James E. Delaney,
296 Appliances 298 Collectibles 300 Toys
court form that you can use for your re-
292600, 3168 Lionshead Avenue, Carls-
Call sponse. You can find these court forms
and more information at the California bad, CA 92010; 760/842-5850 (File No.
553843)
MAyTAg WAsHEr excellent working
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan
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Courts Online Self-Help Center (408)656-0958 $12 (650)762-6048
(650)777-9000 (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp),
county law library, or the courthouse
your DATE (Fecha): JAN 24 2018
RODINA M. CATALANO, Clerk (Secre-
Mfg H20lABs Model 300 exc cond gAMEs of the 23rd Olympiad maga- 302 Antiques
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may be taken without further warning fendant.
JourNAlIsM from the court. 5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/3/19 TIffANy sTylE Lamp shade. Older-
$12.00. (650) 578 9208.
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terns to do entry level reporting, re- may want to call an attorney right away. sAN MATEo dAIly JourNAl 727-7266.
search, updates of our ongoing fea- bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024.
If you do not know an attorney, you may
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- want to call an attorney referral service. If VACuuM ClEANEr (reconditioned) oNE CollECTIoN of antique Cuban
so welcome. rosEVIllE TulIP Pitcher, Ca: 1900.
you cannot afford an attorney, you may $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645 Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No $45. (650)574-2490.
be eligible for free legal services from a Texting.
We expect a commitment of four to nonprofit legal services program. You
eight hours a week for at least four can locate these nonprofit groups at the
297 Bicycles sMAll rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- 303 Electronics
months. The internship is unpaid, but California Legal Services Web site 4162
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- AdulT BIkEs 1 regular and 2 with bal- frEE TElEVIsIoN - Mitsubishi,
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
terns have progressed in time into nia Courts Online Self-Help Center ToPPs BAsEBAll complete set 1987 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not
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porters. contacting your local court or county bar CHIld’s sCHWINN BICyClE, BluE in 4474 Delivery available.
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College students or recent graduates utory lien for waived fees and costs on 295 Art MouNTAIN BIkE new 21 gears $100.
TWo 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- oNkyo AV Receiver HT-R570 .Digital
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper any settlement or arbitration award of ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
experience is preferred but not neces- oIl PAINTINg-CANVAss, Victorian (650)722-3634 both. Steve (650)518-6614
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sarily required. court's lien must be paid before the court Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00 MouNTAIN BIkE. Top brand. Runs
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your interest in newspapers, a resume
and three recent clips. Before you ap-
sponde dentro de 30 días, la corte puede 296 Appliances 298 Collectibles
ply, you should familiarize yourself
decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver- 299 Computers 304 furniture
sión. Lea la información a continuación. AIr CoNdITIoNEr 10000 BTU w/re-
with our publication. Our Web site: Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- 1984 TIME magazine. Special 1994
www.smdailyjournal.com. mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg 19" Color Monitor with stand VG con- ANTIquE dININg table for six people
spués de que le entreguen esta citación brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- dition power cord/owners manual includ-
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Send your information via e-mail to 0898 ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- que se entregue una copia al deman- 49’Er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie ANTIquE MoHAgANy Bookcase. Four
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crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- move, stairs. spring, mattress available. $40.00.
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la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- 300 Toys (650)593-7408
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NoTICE To CoNTrACTors
NoTICE To CoNTrACTors
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Mateo, State of
California, will receive sealed bids for the construction contracts titled NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Mateo, State of
California, will receive sealed bids for the construction contracts titled
Job order Contracts – Painting Contracting services
(Class C-33 Contractors) Job order Contracts – Electrical/lighting Contracting services
C o u n ty of san Mateo ProJECTs Nos. (Class C-10 Contractors)
J o C -2001 C o u n ty of san Mateo ProJECTs Nos.
JoC-2002 J o C -2003
JoC-2004
Bids shall be received in accordance with the Contract Documents. The bid package(s) contain-
ing all Contract Documents may be downloaded from the Department of Public Works' website at Bids shall be received in accordance with the Contract Documents. The bid package(s) contain-
http://publicworks.smcgov.org/projects-out-bid (includes complete bid packages) after the man- ing all Contract Documents may be downloaded from the Department of Public Works' website at
datory pre-bid conference. http://publicworks.smcgov.org/projects-out-bid (includes complete bid packages) after the man-
datory pre-bid conference.
A mandatory pre-bid conference is scheduled for May 28, 2019 at 2:00 PM. The conference will
meet at 455 County Center, 1st Floor, Room 101, Redwood City, California, 94063. A mandatory pre-bid conference is scheduled for May 28, 2019 at 2:00 PM. The conference will
meet at 455 County Center, 1st Floor, Room 101, Redwood City, California, 94063.
General questions regarding this project should be directed to Rana Naser, Department of Public
Works, 555 County Center 5th Floor Redwood City, CA 94063, email rnaser@smcgov.org, General questions regarding this project should be directed to Rana Naser, Department of Public
Phone (650) 599-7302. Works, 555 County Center 5th Floor Redwood City, CA 94063, email rnaser@smcgov.org,
Phone (650) 599-7302.
Bids shall be submitted using forms furnished and bound in the Project Manual(s) and in accord-
ance with Instructions to Bidders, and shall be accompanied by a Certified or Cashier's Check or Bids shall be submitted using forms furnished and bound in the Project Manual(s) and in accord-
Bid Bond for $25,000 per bid. ance with Instructions to Bidders, and shall be accompanied by a Certified or Cashier's Check or
Bid Bond for $25,000 per bid.
County intends to award two (2) Job Order Contracts for Painting Contracting Services, JOC-
2001 and JOC-2002. One (1) contract will be awarded to the successful lowest bidder and one County intends to award two (2) Job Order Contracts for Electrical/Lighting Contracting Services,
(1) to the second lowest bidder. Only one bid per Contractor shall be submitted for both con- JOC-2003 and JOC-2004. One (1) contract will be awarded to the successful lowest bidder and
tracts. one (1) to the second lowest bidder. Only one bid per Contractor shall be submitted for both con-
tracts.
The apparent lowest responsive and responsible bidder on one JOC contract will be excluded
from consideration for the subsequent contract. The apparent lowest responsive and responsible bidder on one JOC contract will be excluded
from consideration for the subsequent contract.
Bids shall be sealed and filed with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of San
Mateo at the Hall of Justice and Records, 400 County Center, (formerly 401 Marshall Street) 1st Bids shall be sealed and filed with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of San
Floor, Redwood City, California, on or before June 13, 2019, at 2:30 PM and will be opened in Mateo at the Hall of Justice and Records, 400 County Center, (formerly 401 Marshall Street) 1st
public in the Chambers of said Board of Supervisors or at another location as designated by Floor, Redwood City, California, on or before June 13, 2019, at 2:30 PM and will be opened in
Owner shortly thereafter. public in the Chambers of said Board of Supervisors or at another location as designated by
Owner shortly thereafter.
This Contract is for painting contracting services and related services, including graffiti removal,
to be performed within a designated area of the County. There is no Minimum Contract Value for This Contract is for electrical/lighting contracting services and related services to be performed
each Job Order Contract. The Maximum Contract Value for each Job Order Contract is within a designated area of the County.There is no Minimum Contract Value for each Job Order
$1,000,000. Contract.The Maximum Contract Value for each Job Order Contract is $1,000,000.
5/13, 5/20/19 5/13, 5/20/19
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304 Furniture 304 Furniture 308 Tools 310 misc. For sale 316 Clothes 318 sports equipment
ChoColaTe broWN living room chair reTro huTCh Needs refinishing other- lG CraFTsmeN shop vac 6.5hp $60 slr leNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6 Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi WorkouT beNCh, weights, bars, for
with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. wise good condition. Top detaches from (510)943-9221 Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 color in excellent condition 3/4 flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
Call 650-872-2371. bottom $25. (650)712-9962 length $50 (650)692-8012 (650)861-2411
shopsmiTh mark V 50th Anniversary Tires-seT oF four P225 45 R18 $80
CompuTer desk (glass) & chair. Like soFa-beiGe FabriC, Orig. $900, most attachments. $1,500/OBO. OBO (650)359-2238. kayaNo meN’s Running shoes size 11 yamaha rooF RACK, 58 inches $75.
new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 (650)504-0585 good condition $20 (650)520-7045 (650)458-3255
gtecher@comcast.net TuNTuri roWiNG Machine, Good
(650)234-8218 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
viNTaGe CraFTsmaN Jig Saw. Circa kNee-hiGh blaCk women's boots,
CompuTer desk with 3 side drawers . solid Wood Dining table with exten- 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
uNideN harley Davidson Gas Tank
size 7, wide calf & wide width, new. Food & Wine
Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask sion great piece great condition black $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 WiNe ColleCTioN and all equipment
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or $80 (650)364-5263 310 misc. For sale ladies sequiN dress, blue, size XL, to make homemade wine which includes
leave message Walker - Good Condition - Like New -
solid Wood Entertainment Center- $35 (650)341-5347 pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 the wine press, 2 50 gallon barrel, 10 5
500-600 biG Band-era 78's--most mint, gallon jug full of vinegar and exerta... if
CompuTer sWivel CHAIR. Padded TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 meN's sTeTsoN hat, size large, new, anyone is interested call for best offer
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. 311 musical instruments rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o (650)580-6405.
desk, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. bessy small Evening Hand Bag With (650) 578-9208
(650)458-3578 (925)482-5742 Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 1929 aNTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call shoes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less 340 Camera & photo equip.
Table 24"x48" folding legs each end. biFold shuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00 (650)742-6776. (650)508-8662
diNiNG Chairs -Six Antique, Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost (650)544-5306 NikoN 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 Tuxedo size 40, black, including white lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
blue oysTer cult lp signed by donald ChromaTiC harmoNiCa: Horner shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
(650)888-2662 r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
Thomasville diNiNG table, $50 4 omeGa b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
chairs, mid-century blonde with two (408)661-6019 (650)278-5776. WeddiNG dress-desiGNer, Size 12, struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
leaves call (650)697-3709. Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
diNiNG room Table-Antique,Oak, for $500 Call (650)867-1728
5chairs, w/ extension $200 Cash reGisTer Parts; Much Skin Not
Guts $500 (415)269-4784 epiphoNe les Paul Custom Prophecy
(650)290-3188 Tiki bar - Original from the 60’s,Like Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. viviTar v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 WomaN's ameriCaN Rag faux leather original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
CosCo play Pen with travel bag. Used (650)421-5469. jacket. Perfect condition. Black
(650)245-4234. (650)583-6636
once $35 (650)591-2981 /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
diNiNG Table (36"x54") and 4 match- evereTT upriGhT antique piano.
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for CuT Glass serving bowl 8" diameter Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. WomaN's Tahari jacket. Perfect con- 345 medical equipment
$250 .(650)-654-1930. TWo Wood Book Shelves, $75 with $25. Call 650-921-4016
drawers and pull-down desk call dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
huGe ludWiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle (650) 952-3466 adjusTable baTh shower transfer
diNiNG Table - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT (650)697-3709 deluxe Folder Walker - 5" wheels - & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 WomeN's blaCk suede fur lined
lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. used bedroom Furniture, FREE. Call (916)975-4969 boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
(650)573-7381. drive 3-Wheel buggy $45. Call Commode, very clean and disinfect-
diNiNG Table. 72" by 42". With leaf ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
(650)589-1407 piaNo-aNdreW kohler, Mahogany, Work booTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2, ested. (650)745-6309
90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 Wall uNiT/room Divider. Simple Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
lines. Breaks down for transportation. Free maGaziNes. Library discards (415)334-1980 In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
display Case, glass top. 27”x20”x2” $25.(650)712-9962 leave message year old ones. Wide variety. Good for drive 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
WalNuT ChesT, small (4 drawer with player piaNo 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- 318 sports equipment (510)770-1976
dresser-aNTique vaNiTy Combo, 3 upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 Free: Wild turkey feathers; whole sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For biG berTha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver drive deluxe two button walker $10
www.elo.deals (510)770-1976
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Operations Center and the groundbreaking

LATHROP
Continued from page 1
for a 1,022-spot parking structure to be
built just north of an existing county park-
ing garage at 400 Middlefield Road, both of
which are slated for July.
Also included in the some $500 million
downtown Redwood City since Wednesday in construction aimed at upgrading aging
and continued on through the weekend, one county facilities are projects to build a new
of the first of several large capital projects Cordilleras Mental Health Facility, replace
to be set in motion at the San Mateo County the aging San Mateo County animal shelter
Center in Redwood City in the coming at Coyote Point and upgrade the San Mateo
months. Medical Center campus and the South San
Built in 1863 where Fox Theatre stands at Francisco Health Campus, among other
2215 Broadway by Benjamin Lathrop, San projects. The Board of Supervisors allocated
Mateo County’s first clerk, the home has $1.5 million toward the Lathrop House’s
been a mainstay in downtown Redwood City A worker completes relocation of the Lathrop House. relocation, which is being carried out by
for more than 155 years. Having moved to few feet into its new location was the curved into the history museum, the Lathrop House Truebeck Construction.
its current location on Hamilton Street in surface of Marshall Street and a utility box and a building the association plans to build Carole Groom, president of the San Mateo
1905 when the wife of Sheriff Joel near the intersection of Hamilton and to display the museum’s carriage collection, County Board of Supervisors, hoped the
Mansfield bought the home, the structure Marshall streets. Prior to Sunday’s move, with one admission ticket in the future. Lathrop House’s new location would invite
has been making its third move to a new Garcia said crews laid out wooden blocks of Sam Lin, assistant director of the county’s more visitors into the historic home and
location behind the San Mateo County various lengths and widths so the structure Project Development Unit, said officials are looked forward to seeing the public interact
History Museum since Wednesday, when can be rolled on the same elevation as it working toward breaking ground on the new with all the block has to offer once the con-
crews finished lifting the structure 5 feet off moves across the street. He said the struc- County Office Building 3, or COB3, as early struction projects are complete. She was
the ground and started preparing it for the ture will be hydraulically lifted so it can as August after other buildings on the block, also excited to see county employees be
move across Marshall Street. travel over the utility box, and noted the such as the building where the traffic and welcomed back on their new campus after
Sam Garcia, project manager with San tops of some of the parking meters on the small claims courts have been situated at construction.
Mateo County’s Project Development Unit, street were also temporarily removed to 500 County Center, are demolished. The “It really does belong adjacent to the
has been focused for some two years on accommodate the move. office building project is slated to begin Historical Association,” she said, of the
coordinating the many components Beginning at 6 a.m. Sunday, Marshall shortly after the grand opening of a new Lathrop House. “This is exciting, to rein-
involved with moving the 10-room house Street was closed to traffic as crews worked 36,000-square-foot Public Safety Regional vent the whole campus.”
from its current location, which is slated to toward completing the house’s last leg of
become home to a new five-story county the move by the end of the day, said Garcia,
office building in the coming years. Having who added they may also close the street to
considered how the feat will be pulled off for traffic Monday in the event the move takes
months, Garcia has been gratified to see the longer.
Lathrop House begin making its way to the In the weeks leading up to the move,
edge of the block bounded by Hamilton crews have also been preparing a new foun-
Street, Marshall Street and Middlefield Road dation for the structure on the lot behind the
Thursday and Friday. history museum, said Garcia, who said the
“It’s glorious to see it move,” he said. structure will remain raised over the founda-
“It’s been a long time coming.” tion for about a week to let the foundation’s
Resting on some 5 feet of wooden beams, concrete cure. Once the house is lowered
the house had moved some 60 feet west of onto the foundation, it will be fastened to
its original location as of Friday morning the site with anchor bolts, he said.
with the help of industrial rollers and Garcia said completing three sets of stair-
hydraulic pushes, said Garcia. Crews were cases will be among the finishing touches
working to move the 3,393-square-foot before the home opens to the public again
home to the edge of the block by the end of for tours at the end of June. Mitch Postel,
the day Friday so they could begin its move president of the San Mateo County
across Marshall Street early Sunday morn- Historical Association, has said previously
ing, he said. that the museum is hoping to offer entrance
Among the hurdles as it moved the last
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