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JOHN WICK KILLS


THE BOX OFFICE
TENSION GROWS
SAUDIS SAY THEY DON’T WANT WAR;TRUMP WARNS
IRAN
LIAO CLAIMS
STATE GOLD
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Millbrae Community Center plans advance


Councilmembers agree on financing strategy, differ over senior programs
By Austin Walsh Anne Oliva absent, to advance plan- is optimistic a deal will be finalized by
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF ning and financing the center, accord- the end of the year, allowing officials
ing to video of the meeting Tuesday, to push the construction timeline up
May 14. significantly. The loan will ultimately
Millbrae officials further refined
City officials are hopeful to soon be paid off using payments from devel-
plans for rebuilding the city’s
reach an agreement with county offi- opers planning construction projects
Recreation Center, but differences of
cials on a low-interest loan which will near the city’s train station.
opinion still prevail over the design
catalyze the construction process and Councilwoman Gina Papan said offi-
of the facility replacing a predecessor
save money associated with rising cials are focused on breaking ground
lost to arson.
building costs. for the project as soon as possible.
The Millbrae City Council unani-
mously agreed, with Councilwoman City Manager Tom Williams said he See CENTER, Page 27 Artist’s rendering of Millbrae’s new community center.

MAKER FAIRE FUN


Foster City
hassurplus
in budget
Officials forecast surpluses in
each of the next five fiscal years
By Zachary Clark
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

After identifying a structural deficit in


2018, Foster City officials are now
expecting general fund surpluses not
only this fiscal year, but also in each of
the next five fiscal years.
The deficit was forecast in March
2018, though fiscal year 2017-18 result- Jeff Moneda
ed in a stronger-than-expected general
fund reserve balance of $43.4 million and a surplus of $7.58
million because of budget savings and an increase in antic-
JANET BOYKO
See BUDGET, Page 8
Above: Bruce
Tomb talks with
Maker Faire visitors
about his Maria del
Camino art car
Transit district
which is a
combination of a
1959 El Camino
head gets bonus
mounted to a
hydraulic excavator GM/CEO Jim Hartnett sees total
and controlled by a
smartphone. compensation rise to $543,792
Left: Bubble By Zachary Clark
performer Terrie DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Schweitzer creates
bubbles for visitors Jim Hartnett, the highest ranking
at the San Mateo executive at Caltrain, SamTrans and the
County Event San Mateo County Transportation
Center in San Mateo Authority, received a $50,000 bonus for
Saturday. his performance last fiscal year, bring-

See BONUS, Page 19 Jim Hartnett

102 S. El Camino Real — San Mateo CA 94401


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2 Monday • May 20, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“If you want to make peace, you don’t talk
to your friends. You talk to your enemies.”
— Moshe Dayan

This Day in History


Charles Lindbergh took off from

1927 Roosevelt Field on Long Island, New


York, aboard the Spirit of St. Louis on
his historic solo flight to France.
In 1 5 2 1 , Ignatius of Loyola was wounded by a cannonball
while defending Pamplona against the French; during his
convalescence he turned to religion, becoming a leader of
the Counter-Reformation and the founder of the Jesuits.
In 1 8 7 3 , Levi Strauss and tailor Jacob Davis received a
U.S. patent for men’s work pants made with copper rivets.
In 1 8 9 9 , taxi driver Jacob German was pulled over and
arrested by a police officer riding a bicycle for speeding
down Manhattan’s Lexington Avenue in his electric car at
12 miles an hour at a time when the speed limit was 8 mph;
it was the first recorded speeding arrest in U.S. history.
In 1 9 1 5 , Israeli soldier-statesman Moshe Dayan was born
at Deganya Alef Kibbutz.
In 1 9 3 2 , Amelia Earhart took off from Newfoundland to
become the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic.
(Because of weather and equipment problems, Earhart set
down in Northern Ireland instead of her intended destina- REUTERS
tion, France.) A rider competes during the ‘Kings of the Off-road’ amateur quad bike race in a Siberian boggy area near the ‘Zagorie’
In 1 9 3 9 , regular trans-Atlantic mail service began as a balneological resort in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
Pan American Airways plane, the Yankee Clipper, took off
from Port Washington, New York, bound for Marseille,
France. In other news ...
In 1 9 4 8 , Chiang Kai-shek was inaugurated as the first Chronicle that a worker at his The suspect was identified as 20-
president of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Van passenger impaled Newberry Cherry Farm arrived May 15 year-old Andrew Giovanni Meza.
In 1 9 5 9 , nearly 5,000 Japanese-Americans had their U.S. by tripod on California freeway to find 2,000 new trees plucked from The wounded relative, described only
citizenships restored after choosing to renounce them dur- SACRAMENTO — Authorities say their roots and snapped. as an 18-year-old woman, was hospi-
i ng Wo rl d War II. somebody stole a tripod from a Contra Costa County sheriff’s offi- talized in stable condition.
In 1 9 6 1 , a white mob attacked a busload of Freedom California Department of cials say deputies responded to the No officers were injured.
Riders in Montgomery, Alabama, prompting the federal Transportation crew and then dropped Brentwood orchard to take a report. The shooting is under investigation
government to send in U.S. marshals to restore order. it from an overpass onto a Sacramento Newberry says he can’t imagine the by the district attorney’s office.
freeway, impaling the lung of a pas- effort it must have taken to cause such
Birthdays senger in a van.
The driver of the van, Tim Page,
widespread damage. He says he’s heart-
broken, but will replace the $30,000
Judge refuses to toss suit
tells KCRA-TV that he was on worth of destroyed trees. And he plans
over Pepe the Frog poster sales
Interstate 5 Thursday morning when to set up surveillance cameras. A federal judge will let a jury decide
the yellow-and-red tripod smashed The farm is still open for customers whether conspiracy theorist Alex
through the glass. He says it went to pick cherries by the bucketful for Jones’ Infowars website had a legal
through his passenger’s lung and purchase. right to sell a poster featuring the
popped out. Newberry, now 43, played nearly image of Pepe the Frog, a cartoon char-
The man survived but with broken two decades in the NFL before retiring acter that became hijacked by far-right
ribs and a partially punctured lung. in 2009. extremists.
Authorities say a 32-year-old man U. S. District Judge Michael
Singer-actress TV personality Ted Actor Timothy they suspect threw the tripod was Police: California man shot by Fitzgerald refused Thursday to throw
out a copyright infringement lawsuit
Cher is 73. Allen is 54. Olyphant is 51. arrested on a warrant but may face a officers after stabbing woman that Pepe’s creator, California-based
charge of attempted murder.
Actor-author James McEachin is 89. Actor Anthony Zerbe is Page volunteers with El Dorado GARDEN GROVE — Police shot and artist Matt Furie, filed against
83. Actor David Proval is 77.Actor-comedian Dave Thomas is Veteran Resources and had picked up killed a 20-year-old man who they say Infowars over its poster sales.
71. Rock musician Warren Cann is 69. Sen. Mike Crapo, R- his passenger, another veteran, from stabbed an 18-year-old relative at a Lawyers for Furie and Infowars both
Idaho, is 68. Former New York Gov. David Paterson is 65. the airport. Southern California home. said they were pleased by the ruling,
Delaware Gov. John Carney is 63. Actor Dean Butler is 63. TV- Authorities in Garden Grove say which clears a path for a jury trial to
radio personality Ron Reagan is 61. Rock musician Jane Nearly 2,000 cherry trees officers responded Saturday following begin July 16 in Los Angeles.
Wiedlin (The Go-Go’s) is 61. Actor Bronson Pinchot is 60. reports of a suicidal man armed with a Louis Tompros, one Furie’s lawyers,
Singer Susan Cowsill is 60. Actor John Billingsley is 59.
destroyed at ex-49er’s orchard knife. said his client looks forward to asking
Actor Tony Goldwyn is 59. Singer Nick Heyward is 58. BRENTWOOD — Former San A police statement says the suspect jurors to hold Infowars accountable for
Actress Mindy Cohn is 53. Rock musician Tom Gorman Francisco 49ers center Jeremy was shot several times as officers misappropriating Pepe, the anthropo-
(Belly) is 53. Actress Gina Ravera is 53. Former race car driv- Newberry says vandals have destroyed approached the home. He died at the morphic frog he created in the early
er Tony Stewart is 48. Rapper Busta Rhymes is 47. Actress nearly half of the 4,000 cherry trees scene. 2000s.
recently planted at his Northern Officials didn’t say what led to the “This is a case about making sure
Daya Vaidya is 46. Rock musician Ryan Martinie is 44. Actor
California orchard. shooting. The statement says a knife nobody (else) is making money off
Matt Czuchry (zoo-KREE’) is 42. Actress Angela Goethals is
Newberry tells the San Francisco was recovered. Pepe the Frog,” Tompros said Friday.
42. Actress-singer Naturi Naughton is 35.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, May 18 Powerball May 18 Fantasy Five
one letter to each square, Mo nday : Partly cloudy. Highs in the 50s
Get the free JUST JUMBLE app • Follow us on Twitter @PlayJumble

to form four ordinary words. 2 10 25 66 67 26 10 12 13 27 39 to mid 60s. West winds 10 to 20 mph.


Mo nday Ni g ht: A slight chance of rain
AMULQ
Powerball

May 17 Mega Millions May 18 Daily Four in the evening, then rain likely after mid-
night. Lows in the lower 50s. Southwest
5 17 28 32 63 11 7 1 7 1 winds 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 60
Mega number
Daily 3 midday percent.
RJEKO May 18 Super Lotto Plus Tues day : Cloudy in the morning then becoming partly
1 0 5 cloudy. Breezy. A chance of rain. Highs in the mid 50s to
14 22 27 28 36 20 May 18 Daily 3 evening lower 60s. West winds 20 to 30 mph. Chance of rain 50 per-
cent.
DZCOIA
Mega number

7 1 1 Tues day Ni g ht: Mostly clear. Breezy. A slight chance of


rain. Lows in the lower 50s.
The May 18 Daily Derby race winners are Big Ben, No.
Wednes day : Sunny. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
4, in first place; Lucky Charms, No. 12, in second place; Wednes day Ni g ht And Thurs day : Mostly clear. Lows in
and Solid Gold, No. 10, in third place. The race time
PRIZEP was clocked at 1:44.94.
the mid 50s. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s.
Thurs day Ni g ht Thro ug h Fri day Ni g ht: Partly cloudy.
Now arrange the circled letters
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Monday • May 20, 2019 3


When Memorial Day was Decoration Day Police reports
Super
Someone stole instant ramen from a
business on Angus Avenue in San
Bruno, it was reported at 2:55 a.m.
Saturday, May 11.

BELMONT
Fraud. Someone came to a home pretending
to be a PG&E employee, it was reported at
1:59 p.m. Monday, May 13.
Fraud. Someone used a stolen credit card to

T
here was a time when Memorial make multiple charges on El Camino Real,
Day, which takes place this year on it was reported at 11:40 a.m. Monday, May
Monday, May 27, was known as 13.
Decoration Day, a sorrowful holiday that Il l e g al dump i n g . Someone illegally
drew countless men, women and children to dumped trash on North Road, it was reported
cemeteries across the nation where they at 11:23 a.m. Monday, May 13.
placed flowers on the graves of Civil War Burg l ary. Someone stole a vehicle on El
veterans. Camino Real, it was reported at 12:17 p.m.
The Union Cemetery in Redwood City is Sunday, May 11.
home to a grim reminder of the cataclysmic Theft. Someone stole a black Chevrolet
struggle between the North and South that Sonic on Shoreway Road, it was reported at
unshackled slaves. The cemetery, located 6:57 a.m. Sunday, May 11.
off Woodside Road, features a plot that has Arre s t . Someone was arrested on El
46 headstones above the graves of Union Camino Real for vehicle burglary, it was
army veterans. As in the past, this The Civil War statue at Union Cemetery in Redwood City. reported at 7:39 p.m. Wednesday, May 8.
Memorial Day will see visitors place flow- 92 and was buried at the foot of the statue War for the Union.” By 1887, there were
ers and flags on the graves in the Grand of the Union soldiers. His resting place six veterans’ graves to decorate with flow- SAN BRUNO
Army of the Republic (GAR) plot where the was unmarked until relatives had a stone ers. The increase led the GAR, composed of Burg l ary . Someone stole $200 worth of
ex-soldiers rest under a statue of a Civil marker placed on his grave. Civil War Union Army veterans, to buy the marijuana out of a car on San Marco Avenue,
War soldier who stands guard. Men who fought in units from several land for the present plot. it was reported at 4:47 a.m. Saturday, May
With so much in the news lately about states are buried in the Redwood City ceme- According to newspaper accounts, former 11.
“reparations” for descendants of slaves, it tery. Missouri, Ohio, Maryland, Illinois Civil War soldiers first took part in Mi s chi ef. Someone egged a group of cars
is fitting to recall President Lincoln’s and New York are among the states repre- Decoration Day services at the cemetery in parked on San Luis Avenue, it was reported
Gettysburg Address and its line about “the sented. The remains in the plot include 1886. It didn’t take long for this practice at 4: 43 p.m. Wednesday, May 8.
brave men, living and dead” who “conse- those of George Filkins, a lieutenant who to become a traditional event. By 1927, Fraud. Someone paid $4,000 to a fraudulent
crated” the Gettysburg battlefield “far fought at Missionary Ridge, Nashville and hundreds attended observances that includ- caller claiming to be from PG&E on Susan
above our poor power to add or detract.” Stone River. Lt. William Frisbie, who Drive, it was reported at 2:32 p. m.
The “brave men” President Lincoln served with the 19th infantry of the See HISTORY, Page 19 Wednesday, May 8.
immortalized in his famous speech included Wisconsin Volunteers at such bloody bat-
James Henry Baxter who was wounded in tles as York River, Suffolk and James
the neck with a sword at Gettysburg. His River, also rests there.
tombstone was the last to be erected at the For years after the Civil War veterans’
Redwood City GAR plot. The tombstone groups failed to hold ceremonies at Union
was placed in 1984 even though Baxter Cemetery because there was no one buried
died in Redwood City in 1936 at the age of there who served in what they called “the
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Carter finds a renaissance in Democratic scramble By Bill Barrow tial hopefuls who’ve ventured to the tiny
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS town of Plains, Georgia, to meet with Carter
and his wife, Rosalynn, who is 91. New
ATLANTA — Jimmy Carter carved an Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and Mayor Pete
unlikely path to the White House in 1976 Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, also have
and endured humbling defeat after one term. visited with the Carters and attended the for-
Now, six administrations later, the longest- mer president’s Sunday School lesson in
living chief executive in American history is Plains.
re-emerging from political obscurity at age Carter had planned to teach at Maranatha
94 to win over his fellow Democrats once Baptist Church again Sunday, but he is still
again. recuperating at home days after hip replace-
A peanut farmer turned politician then ment surgery following a fall as he was
worldwide humanitarian, Carter is taking on preparing for a turkey hunt.
a special role as several Democratic candi- “An extraordinary person,” Buttigieg told
dates look to his family-run campaign after reporters after meeting Carter. “A guiding
the Watergate scandal as the road map for light and inspiration,” Booker said in a
toppling President Donald Trump in 2020. statement. Klobuchar has attended Carter’s
“Jimmy Carter is a decent, well-meaning church lesson, as well, and says she emails
person, someone who people are talking with him occasionally. “He signs them
about again given the time that we are in,” ‘JC,”’ she said with a laugh.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said in an It’s quite a turnabout for a man who largely
interview. “He won because he worked so receded from party politics after his presiden-
hard, and he had a message of truth and hon- cy, often without being missed by his party’s
REUTERS esty. I think about him all the time.” leaders in Washington, where he was an out-
Former President Jimmy Carter sits after delivering a lecture at the House of Lords in London. Klobuchar is one of at least three presiden- sider even as a White House resident.

San Mateo police make arrest Haobsh said officers whales found dead near San Francisco this
received two calls late Local briefs year were killed by ships.
after man spotted carrying gun Sunday afternoon Greater Farallones National Marine
San Mateo police made an arrest Sunday describing a man carry- Campaign promotes ship slowdown Sanctuary superintendent Maria Brown says
after an armed man was spotted near the ing a firearm in his to avoid killing whales that when the campaign started in 2013
Hillsdale Shopping Center. waistband. only 17% of incoming ships were slowing
It wasn’t initially SAN FRANCISCO — Federal officials are
Police arrested the man at Laurelwood promoting a campaign to get ships to slow down. Now 45% are throttling down by
Shopping Center. The suspect was iden- known for certain whether half, to 10 knots.
the man actually had a down as they approach San Francisco and
tified as a white man, possibly in his other California ports so they are less like- There are no speed limits at sea, so ves-
20s, wearing a dark polo shirt and dark weapon, Haobsh said.
HIllsdale Mall remained open, he added, ly to injure or kill whales. sels can zip along as fast as they want, usu-
pants, and carrying a black or brown duf- Marine experts say four of the 10 gray
but some managers opted to close individual ally 20 knots, or about 23 mph.
fel bag.
Police spokesman Officer Michael stores.
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Trump tells anti-abortion


activists to remin united
By Darlene Superville
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON — With Alabama’s restrictive new abortion


law stirring divisions on the right, President Donald Trump
implored anti-abortion activists to stay united heading into
the 2020 election even as he laid out where his personal
views differ from the legislation.
In a series of tweets posted just before midnight Saturday,
Trump said gains by anti-abortion activists will “rapidly dis-
appear” if, as he put it, “we are foolish and do not stay UNIT-
ED as one.”
Trump did not state whether he is for or against Alabama’s
law, underscoring the fine line a president seeking reelection
is trying to walk between a conservative base that favors
criminalizing access to abortion and potentially angering
women who already are skeptical of him. The Alabama law
forbids the procedure in almost all circumstances, including
cases of rape and incest.
Trump laid out personal views that differ, saying he sup-
ports the right to an abortion when rape or incest is
involved, or when the pregnant woman’s life is at risk.
White House officials did not respond Sunday to emailed
REUTERS
requests seeking additional comment on the president’s posi-
tion. People walk to the Alabama State Capitol during the March for Reproductive Freedom against the state’s new abortion law.
Disagreement among Republicans is becoming apparent
over Alabama’s law, and Trump sees Democrats taking advan-
tage of that.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California, the
Hundreds protest Alabama’s abortion ban
top Republican in the Democratic-controlled chamber, By Kim Chandler “Banning abortion does not stop by the courts as the legal challenges
opposed the law, saying he supports exceptions for rape and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS abortion. It stops safe abortion,” said play out with an ultimate eye on the
incest and serious risk to the woman’s life. Evangelist Pat Staci Fox, CEO and president of Planned Supreme Court.
Robertson, meanwhile, said the law is too “extreme” and not Parenthood Southeast, addressing the Marchers on Sunday said the measures
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Hundreds of cheering crowd outside the Alabama have energized supporters of legalized
the best vehicle to attempt to force the Supreme Court to demonstrators marched to the Alabama
revisit — and possibly overturn — Roe v. Wade, the high Capitol. abortion, and they say they are digging
Capitol on Sunday to protest the state’s Alabama is part of a wave of conser- in for a legal and political fight,
court’s 1973 ruling that established a woman’s constitution- newly approved abortion ban, chanting
al right to an abortion. vative states seeking to mount new Carrying an orange sign with a coat
“my body, my choice!” and “vote them legal changes to Roe v. Wade, the 1973 hanger and the caption “No Never
Several of the Democrats who are competing for the right out!”
to challenge Trump in 2020 have come out against Alabama’s landmark Supreme Court decision that Again,” 69-year-old Deborah Hall of
law and other state moves to impose new abortion restric- The demonstration came three days legalized abortion nationwide. Montgomery said she remembers life
tions, vowing to protect abortion rights through national after Gov. Kay Ivey signed the most Governors in Kentucky, Mississippi, before Roe and can’t believe the push to
legislation or, if elected, their Supreme Court nominees. stringent abortion law in the nation— Ohio and Georgia have approved bans return there.
Other state laws ban abortion once a fetal heartbeat is making performing an abortion a on abortion once a fetal heartbeat is “I had friends who had illegal abor-
detected, which experts say typically happens around the felony in nearly all cases unless neces- detected, which can happen as early as tions and barely survived,” said Hall,
sixth week of pregnancy, but is often before most women sary for the mother’s health. The law the sixth week of pregnancy. who for a time ran a clinic in
realize or confirm they are expecting a baby. provides no exception for rape and None of the laws has actually taken Montgomery that provided abortion,
incest. effect, and all are expected to be blocked birth control and other services.
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Saudis say they don’t want war; Trump warns Iran
By Aya Batrawy and Fay Abuelgasim to in a decisive manner” and added that the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. will hold “Iran responsible if any
such attacks are conducted by its proxy
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Saudi militia forces or elements of such forces.”
Arabia does not want war but will not hes- Earlier, after initial reports of the
itate to defend itself against Iran, a top attack, Trump tweeted a warning to Iranian
Saudi diplomat said Sunday after the king- leaders: “If Iran wants to fight, that will be
dom’s energy sector was targeted this past the official end of Iran. Never threaten the
week amid heightened tensions in the United States again!” Trump tweeted.
Persian Gulf. A senior Iranian military commander
U. S. President Donald Trump, mean- was quoted as saying his country is not
while, warned Iran that it will face destruc- looking for war, in comments published in
tion if it seeks a fight, while Iranian offi- Iranian media on Sunday.
cials said their country isn’t looking for Fears of armed conflict were already run-
war. Trump spoke after a rocket hit near the ning high after the White House ordered
U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. warships and bombers to the region earli-
Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi minister of er this month to counter an alleged, unex-
state for foreign affairs, spoke a week after plained threat from Iran. The U.S. also has
four oil tankers — two of them Saudi — ordered nonessential staff out of its diplo-
were targeted in an alleged act of sabotage matic posts in Iraq.
off the coast of the United Arab Emirates Trump had appeared to soften his tone in
and days after Iran-allied Yemeni rebels recent days, saying he expected Iran to
claimed a drone attack on a Saudi oil seek negotiations with his administra-
REUTERS tion. Asked on Thursday if the U.S. might
pipeline.
“The kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not Donald Trump speaks at the National Association of Realtors’Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo. be on a path to war with Iran, the president
want war in the region and does not strive On Sunday night, the U.S. military com- spoke on condition of anonymity, said answered, “I hope not.”
for that... but at the same time, if the other mand that oversees the Mideast confirmed that “a low-grade rocket did land within Sunday night’s apparent rocket attack
side chooses war, the kingdom will fight an explosion outside the U.S. Embassy the International Zone near the U. S. was the first such incident since
this with all force and determination and it compound in Baghdad and said there were Embassy. ” The spokesman said that September, when three mortar shells land-
will defend itself, its citizens and its inter- no U.S. or coalition casualties. “attacks on U.S. personnel and facilities ed in an abandoned lot inside the Green
ests,” al-Jubeir told reporters. A State Department spokesman, who will not be tolerated and will be responded Zone.

AP sources: Former CIA chief Brennan to brief Dems on Iran


By Lisa Mascaro Democrats at a private Sherman, a former State Department official alarm among Democrats and some
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS weekly caucus meeting and top negotiator of the Iran nuclear deal, Republicans on Capitol Hill over the possi-
Tuesday, according to a offers counterprogramming to the Trump bility of a confrontation with Iran.
WASHINGTON — House Democrats will Democratic aide and administration’s closed-door briefing for Trump in recent days has downplayed any
hear from former CIA Director John Brennan another person familiar lawmakers also planned for Tuesday on potential for conflict. But questions remain
about the situation in Iran, inviting him to with the private meeting. Capitol Hill. Democratic lawmakers are like- about what prompted the actions, and many
speak next week amid heightened concerns Both were granted ly to attend both sessions. lawmakers have demanded more information.
over the Trump administration’s sudden anonymity to discuss the The Trump administration recently sent an Trump and Brennan have clashed openly,
moves in the region. meeting. aircraft carrier and other military resources to particularly over the issues surrounding the
Brennan, an outspoken critic of President John Brennan The invitation to the Persian Gulf region, and withdrew special counsel’s probe of Russian interfer-
Donald Trump, is scheduled to talk to House Brennan and Wendy nonessential personnel from Iraq, raising ence in the 2016 election.

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8 Monday • May 20, 2019 LOCAL/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Rocket attack hits near US Embassy in Baghdad’s Green Zone


By Qassim Abdul-Zahra in Iraq on Sunday’s attack.
and Bassem Mroue No one claimed responsibility for the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS attack that took place after sunset when
many Baghdad residents were indoors
BAGHDAD — A rocket was fired into the breaking their fast during the Muslim holy
Iraqi capital’s heavily fortified Green Zone month of Ramadan.
Sunday night, landing less than a mile from Associated Press reporters on the east side
the sprawling U.S. Embassy, an Iraqi mili- of the Tigris River, opposite the Green
tary spokesman said. Zone, heard an explosion, after which alert
The apparent attack, which Iraq’s state- sirens sounded briefly in Baghdad.
run news agency said did not cause any casu- Iraqi military spokesman Brig. Gen.
alties, came amid heightened tensions Yahya Rasoul told the Associated Press that
across the Persian Gulf, after the White a Katyusha rocket fell near the statue of the
House ordered warships and bombers to the Unknown Soldier, less than a mile from the
region earlier this month to counter an U.S. Embassy. He said the military is inves-
alleged, unexplained threat from Iran. The tigating the cause but that the rocket was
U.S. also has ordered nonessential staff out believed to have been fired from east
of its diplomatic posts in Iraq. Baghdad. The area is home to Iran-backed
It was the first such attack since Shiite militias.
September, when three mortar shells landed Shortly afterward the rocket launcher was
REUTERS FILE PHOTO in an abandoned lot inside the Green Zone. discovered by security forces in the eastern
A rocket crashed Sunday night in the Iraqi capital’s heavily fortified Green Zone, landing less There was no immediate comment from neighborhood of Wihda, according to a
than a mile from the sprawling US Embassy, an Iraqi military spokesman said. the State Department or the U.S. Embassy security official.

icy of 33.3% to 50% of operating expendi- will formally vote on that arrangement a succession plan to prepare an employee

BUDGET
Continued from page 1
tures, he added.
At a previous meeting, Finance Director
Edmund Suen expected this fiscal year to
next month.
Moneda is proposing to eliminate one
vacant building inspector position and
to become the next building official. 
The council appeared open to all of those
proposals except for the increase in the
result in a surplus of $300,000 in part instead rely on consultants to save the city animal control contract. Suen confirmed
because of growth in hotel tax and property money.  that the proposed budget hike is from
ipated revenue, City Manager Jeff Moneda tax revenue.    Based on requests from various depart- $132,000 a year to $172,000 a year and
said at a special meeting May 13. Beyond this fiscal year, staff is expecting ment heads, Moneda is also proposing an Mayor Sam Hindi felt that number was high
The City Council previously decided to balanced budgets in each of the next five annual increase to the animal control con- and requested staff bring back data on how
spend about half of that surplus money on fiscal years with surpluses reaching $1.5 tract with San Mateo County, the addition often those services are used in the city.
pension liabilities with the other half million by June 2020 and ranging between of closed captioning services for the coun- “That’s a pretty significant number so I’d
going into various city funds dedicated to $385,000 and $712,000 in the subsequent cil chambers, special events overtime, love to see what we get for it,” he said.
the maintenance and replacement of city four fiscal years. part-time staff wage increases for Parks and There will be a special council meeting
facilities as well as future capital projects, “So we’re looking good with a balanced Recreation, an increase in motor officer May 20 to determine how $60,000 for non-
Moneda said.    budget,” Moneda said.  equipment and larger budget for range fees profits is allocated and the council will
For fiscal year 2018-19, the city district Included in this year’s operating and cap- for the Police Department. consider a final budget at a meeting June
is fiscally strong with an expected general ital budgets is compensation adjustments He’s also proposing $40,000 for the San 17.   
fund balance of $43.6 million at the end of for city employees, all of whom have Mateo County Flood and Sea Level Rise In other business, the council adopted an
June 30, 2019, which is 96% of the next agreed to a one-year contract extension of Resiliency Agency and an upgrade of a ordinance last week requiring those who
fiscal year’s proposed operating expendi- current agreements with a 2% annual wage position in the Community Development store guns at home to keep weapons in a
ture of $45.4 million, Moneda said. And and benefits increase through fiscal year Department. A senior inspector is being locked container or disabled with a trigger
that’s well above the council’s reserve pol- 2023, Moneda said, adding that the council promoted to a principal inspector as part of lock.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Monday • May 20, 2019 9


The effects of contractor court rulings on business Clean recycling
buildings is as old line an industry as
Southern California News Group Other voices one might find, but the decision has

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sparked particular concern in ood recycling is especially important now because

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alifornia officials often tout California’s high-tech world given China refuses to take our stuff and other nations
determining whether a worker can be won’t take it unless it is clean.
the growing tech industry as the design of many of these firms’
considered a contractor. To do so, a) So it’s important to be a clean recycler.
evidence of the state’s business model.
the company must not direct the The basics are pretty clear although I am not sure how
vibrant economy as they rebut criti- Both decisions have vast implica-
worker’s on-the-job performance; b) many residents and businesses follow them. The big green
cisms that our regulatory policies are tions. Once companies have to com-
the worker must not be performing recycling bin is for garden and food waste. It can then be
depressing business growth. But a ply with Dynamex, they can expect
work within the scope of the compa- turned into compost. The blue bin is for paper, cans, paper
state Supreme Court ruling last year labor costs to rise precipitously. The
ny’s business; and c) the worker must and orange juice containers and other items which can be
imperils that economic bright spot — decisions also will limit the choices
be engaged in an independent enter- recycled. Lastly, the black bin is for trash. It can’t be com-
and earlier this month the U.S. 9th made by workers. Surveys show that
prise. Under this test, a company posted or recycled and ends up in landfill. This is where you
Circuit Court of Appeals exacerbated could, say, contract with an outside the overwhelming majority of con-
put non-recyclable plastic and other items which are not
the problem. electrician or IT consultant, but not tractors prefer their newfound sched- allowed in the green or blue bins. The item which presents
California businesses that have much else. ule flexibility. Not everyone wants to the biggest challenge are black garbage bags. Best not to
been waiting for the next shoe to drop Transportation-network companies work 9-5 for one company. The rules use them at all but, if you do, the black plastic bags go into
have just heard a resounding thud. The such as Uber or Lyft consider their will likely threaten the future of many the black bin.
federal court’s ruling hasn’t gotten drivers to be contractors, but the of the state’s most innovative firms. That’s because black bags are a challenge to the sorters
much attention, but its decision to court’s ruling could force them to Employment could fall. Consumers who can’t see through them.
apply the California high court’s become regular employees. The deci- will suffer, also, as they find that pop- Here’s the full scoop from
wage edict retroactively will force sion didn’t just target newfangled ular services no longer are available Roxanne Murray, Solid
many businesses to revise their app-based businesses, but will change or cost-competitive. Waste/Recycling Program
employment model and impose a bar- the way many traditional workers The 9th Circuit opined that its rul- coordinator for the city of
rage of new costs on them. (real-estate salespeople, hairdressers, ing will put that janitorial firm “on San Mateo: “What goes
In the Dynamex decision, the franchisees) must operate. Other equal footing with other industry par- where in your three solid
California Supreme Court made it dif- ticipants who treated those providing waste carts can be confusing.
courts are still wrestling with details
ficult for California businesses to services for them as employees.” But You can put in your blue
and the Legislature still can fix the recycling cart clean dry
classify workers as contractors. The problem, but big change is coming. it’s not the job of the courts to pro-
case involved a delivery service that tect existing industries. Frankly, unsoiled paper (newspaper,
In the latest ruling, the 9th Circuit catalogs, magazines,
had turned its crew of drivers into declared that a Georgia-based janitori- California can’t celebrate the eco-
independent operators, thus freeing nomic benefits of an entrepreneurial envelopes, junk mail, office
al firm with 10 franchises in and packing paper, paper-
the company from following the California would not only have to economy while imposing industrial-
wage, overtime and benefit rules that era work rules that make innovation back books, phone books,
begin treating its workers as regular non-metallic wrapping
apply to those who work for a compa- employees, but pay years of back impossible. Something has to give.
paper); cardboard (no waxed
ny on a full-time basis. wages and overtime. Cleaning office We will soon see what that’s going to cardboard); glass bottles and
The court created an “ABC” test for be. jars (including metal caps
and lids); plastic bottles with
caps (exception no black plastic); and aluminum cans,
Letters to the editor steel/tin cans). You can put in your green organic cart food
scraps (breads, coffee grounds and filters, dairy, eggshells,
fish, fruit including pits, meat including bones, poultry,
vegetables); yard waste (plants, flowers, grasses, weeds,
Express lanes a clear and present danger caused by below a catastrophic threshold. My leaves, tree trimmings); food soiled paper (coffee filters,
humans burning fossil fuels. research suggests that Kahl is a real- pizza boxes, paper plates, paper cups, paper plates, paper
Editor, As a scientist, I will rebut the tor. Perhaps falling house prices from napkins, paper towels, paper take-out boxes, waxed card-
The proponents of the express points presented. Ian Plimer is a prolonged fire seasons would con- board and wine corks). Hopefully, there is not too much left.
lanes claim that their goal is to pro- retired geologist who denies climate vince him. I encourage all skeptics But what is left, pretty much goes into your black garbage
mote carpooling, but they lost all science, contrary to 97% of publish- not to wait that long. Especially cart. Do not put hazardous or chemical waste; cooking oil;
credibility when they allow solo driv- ing scientists (Cook 2016). since HR763: the Energy Innovation construction debris; dirt; electronics; fluorescent, LED, HID
ers to buy their way into the carpool “Publishing” and the reference are and Carbon Dividend Act is an effec- light bulbs; needles, syringes; paint or batteries in any of
lane (“Express lane expansion on important. While you can say any- tive bipartisan solution that doesn’t your in any of your solid waste carts.”
way” in the May 13 edition of the thing on the internet, scientific pub- grow the government or mandate the ***
Daily Journal). lications are carefully vetted to inves- end of eating meat. The South Bayside Waste Management Authority, also
If they convert the left lane, rather known as RethinkWaste, is comprised of 12 jurisdictions:
tigate claims and provide independent
Burlingame, Hillsborough, San Mateo, Unincorporated San
than create a new one, the traffic will confirmation.
Eliana Armstrong Mateo County, Foster City, Belmont, San Carlos, Redwood
slow even further. Most drivers will While “life” may expand in warm- City, Menlo Park, East Palo Alto, Atherton and West Bay
experience longer commutes. Since ing periods, the life forms predicted San Mateo
Sanitary District. RethinkWaste owns the Shoreway
this project will be funded with tax- to succeed in the anthropocene Environmental Center in San Carlos which includes the
payer dollars, they are using our own include cockroaches, feral cats and Transfer Station and the recycling materials recovery facili-
money against us. Sounds like a raw kudzu. Human lives depend upon a Alabama abortion laws ty, or MRF. Compost and garbage are brought to the
deal to me. stable climate that supports agricul- Editor, Transfer Station. Garbage is then transferred directly to the
ture, trade and communication. Alabama has no right to make laws landfill and organic debris is transported to composting
Tim Donnelly The greening reported by NASA is a on abortion until they solve their facilities. The collected recycling materials are delivered to
fascinating phenomenon but is no bigger problems. Alabama comes in the MRF for sorting and bailing to be sold and recycled.
Burlingame happy accident from increased CO2. Approximately 6,815 tons of recycling was collected at the
last in child education in the United
NASA.gov explains it resulted from States. Their problem is simple, and MRF last year. The revenue received from the sale of the
“ambitious tree planting programs in recycling materials is used to offset the cost of solid waste
The truth about CO2 China ... developed in an effort to
the answer to their problem is simple
processing. With limited markets for the material and world-
too. Before you make laws on abor-
Editor, reduce the effects of ... climate tion, teach your children how to spell wide competition, buyers for recycling can be very selec-
Ed Kahl’s letter (“Higher levels of change.” Meanwhile the total land tive. We need to keep our recycling clean for it to maintain
it.
CO2 are better”) in the May 14 edi- under cultivation is unchanged. its marketability. Many jurisdictions are having to landfill
tion of the Daily Journal is detrimen- Nations not wanting to be cooled recycling because it is contaminated or dirty. Good news
Robert Nice — to date all recycling processed at the Shoreway
tal to the health of readers who may may rest easy. The best we can hope
Redwood City Environmental Center has been recycled. The cost to oper-
be swayed by it. The climate crisis is for is restricting temperature rise
ate the Shoreway Environmental Center is approximately
$19 million annually.
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More grocers are offering delivery


By Dee-Ann Durbin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

DETROIT — Want to ditch the shopping


cart? Grocery delivery services are growing
rapidly, but shoppers need to decide if the
convenience is worth the higher cost.
Big companies like Amazon and Walmart
are expanding grocery delivery, as are
regional players like FreshDirect. Grocery
chains like Kroger and Safeway are working
with third party delivery services like
Instacart or developing their own services.
Groceries have been slower to migrate
online than books, clothing and other
items. Online grocery sales make up 3% of
the $800 billion food retail market, accord-
ing to a recent report by Deutsche Bank.
That’s expected to climb to 12% by 2025 as
services grow and stores offer more
options, like online ordering for pickup.
Offerings vary. Customers can pay per
delivery or with an annual fee. Orders under
$35 generally cost more. Some companies
promise delivery in one or two hours.
Others, like Peapod, offer next day service.
Delivery during peak times may cost more.
Sometimes shoppers pay the same price
they would in the store. In other cases, they
pay more for each item to cover the pro- Online grocery sales make up 3% of the $800 billion food retail market.
cessing cost. Shipt says members can fees. She recently paid $3.69 on Instacart’s the company charges $3.95 or $4.95 per free delivery for orders over $35. Shipt
expect to pay $5 more per $35 order when website for green leaf lettuce, for example, order. charges $7 for orders under $35.
they shop through its website versus shop- but on the actual receipt from Safeway — • Walmart: Walmart offers delivery from
ping in a store. where it was purchased — the lettuce cost Here are details on some of 1,000 stores, and plans to expand that to
Celeste Haar, a small business owner in $1.19. the biggest delivery operators: 1,600 by the end of this year. It partners
Metairie, Louisiana, uses Shipt for orders There are other downsides to delivery. with third party delivery companies like
from Target but Instacart for most groceries. Customers might miss an interesting new • Instacart: Founded in 2012, Instacart is DoorDash. Customers must order at least
She has a $49 annual membership for Shipt product or a good deal. Picky shoppers now one of the largest grocery delivery $30 worth of goods for delivery. They pay
and pays a $9.99 monthly fee for Instacart. might not like what’s selected for them. And services. It has partnerships with 20,000 the same price they would in store. Walmart
Haar estimates the services save her at some customers have complained that stores in 5, 500 North American cities, charges $7.95 (or $9.95 at higher demand
least two hours per week. delivery drivers won’t go to certain neigh- including Costco and Aldi. Instacart charges times) to deliver.
“This is one small way to take care of borhoods. $99 for an annual subscription — or $9.99 • Amazon Prime Now: Prime Now is
myself that is so much better than a mas- Still, Tobie Stanger, a senior editor with monthly — which gives consumers free included in Amazon’s $119-per-year Prime
sage or pedicure and costs less,” she said. Consumer Reports, said delivery is a good delivery on orders of $35 or more and lets membership. In 90 cities, Prime Now will
For some, grocery delivery is more than a option for many people. them shop at warehouse stores like BJ’s deliver groceries from Whole Foods. Two-
convenience. Maryjo Harper, a retired insur- “There is a cost savings in terms of time, Wholesale without a membership. Instacart hour delivery is free; one-hour delivery is
ance claims manager and minister who lives if your time is money,” she said. will also deliver from its partner stores to $7.99. There’s a $4.99 charge for an order
in Wilsonville, Oregon, started using Customers can save money by ordering non-members for $3.99 (or $8.99 from less than $35. In 15 U.S. cities, Amazon
Instacart a little more than a year ago while online and picking up the groceries them- member-only warehouse stores) plus a 5% also offers AmazonFresh, a grocery delivery
she was recuperating from rotator cuff sur- selves, Stanger said. That’s already a free service fee. service that costs $14.99 per month.
gery. option at 2,100 U.S. Walmart stores; 3,100 • Shipt: Shipt was launched in 2014 and • Peapod: The granddaddy of grocery
Harper still uses the service a couple of will have it by the end of this year, the com- bought by Target Corp. in 2017. It delivers delivery was founded in 1989 and operates
times a month, especially in the winter. She pany says. Albertsons Companies, which from Target and other grocery stores in 260 in 24 markets. It requires a minimum order
pays $3.99 per delivery plus service fees. operates Safeway and other grocery chains, cities. An annual plan is $99, although the of $60 and charges between $7.95 and
But she’s a reluctant user, partly because she offers online ordering and pickup at 250 company was recently offering a Mother’s $9.95 for delivery. It also offers unlimited
feels Instacart isn’t transparent about its stores. At some it’s a free option; at others Day special for $49. Membership includes free delivery for $119 per year.

Trump’s ‘great patriot’ farmers follow him into a trade war


By Sara Burnett and Scott McFetridge in 2016, skeptical he would follow through ing for the farmers caught in the middle. It’s they disapprove. The margin of error was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on his promises. a calculation Trump recognizes heading into 3.5 percentage points.
“He does really seem to be fighting for a reelection bid where he needs to hold on to Many farmers are lifelong Republicans
MADRID, Iowa — Iowa farmer Tim us,” Bardole says, “even if it feels like the farm states like Iowa and Wisconsin and is who like other things Trump has done, such
Bardole survived years of low crop prices two sides are throwing punches and we’re in looking to flip others, like Minnesota. as reining in the EPA and tackling illegal
and rising costs by cutting back on fertilizer the middle, taking most of the hits.” A March CNN/Des Moines Register poll immigration, and believe he’s better for
and herbicides and fixing broken-down Trump won the presidency by winning of registered Republicans in Iowa found 81% their interests than most Democrats even on
equipment rather than buying new. When rural America, in part by pledging to use his approved of how Trump is handling his job, his worst day. They give him credit for doing
President Donald Trump’s trade war with business savvy and tough negotiating skills and 82% had a favorable view of the presi- something previous presidents of both par-
China made a miserable situation worse, to take on China and put an end to trade prac- dent, an increase of 5 points since ties mostly talked about. And now that
Bardole used up any equity his operation had tices that have hurt farmers for years. While December. About two-thirds said they’d defi- they’ve struggled for this long, they want to
and started investing in hogs in hopes the prolonged fight has been devastating to nitely vote to re-elect him. The poll had a see him finish the job — and soon.
they’ll do better than crops. an already-struggling agriculture industry, margin of error of 4.9 percentage points. “We are the frontline soldiers getting
A year later, the dispute is still raging and there’s little indication Trump is paying a A February poll by the same organizations killed as this trade war goes on,” said Paul
soybeans hit a 10-year-low. But Bardole political price. But there’s a big potential found 46% of Iowans approved of the job Jeschke, who grows corn and soybeans in
says he supports his president more today upside if he can get a better deal — and little Trump was doing — his highest approval northern Illinois, where he’s about to plant
than he did when he cast a ballot for Trump downside if he continues to get credit for try- rating since taking office — while 50% said his 45th crop.

Average US price of gas Business briefs


drops 3 cents per gallon to $2.93
CAMARILLO — The average U.S. price of Vast gasoline lines
regular-grade gasoline fell 3 cents a gallon form in oil-rich Venezuela
over the past two weeks, to $2.93. MARACAIBO, Venezuela — U.S. sanc-
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the tions on oil-rich Venezuela appear to be tak-
Lundberg Survey says Sunday that it’s the ing hold, resulting in mile-long lines for
first price drop at the pump in four months. fuel in the South American nation’s second-
Lundberg says the price is 6 cents lower largest city, Maracaibo.
than it was one year ago. Some drivers said they’d had to wait
The highest average price in the nation is almost 24 hours to fuel up, and people have
$4.08 a gallon in the San Francisco Bay been grabbing catnaps on the hoods of cars
Area. The lowest average is $2.35 in Baton or in truck beds.
Rouge, Louisiana. Nearing empty and stuck in line, infec-
The average price of diesel fell a penny tious diseases doctor Yoli Urdaneta said she
over the past two weeks, to $3.16. couldn’t make her shift to treat patients.
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Monday • May 20, 2019

Dead in the water


Sharks shut out on home ice, now face elimination
By Josh Dubow
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Blues 5, Sharks 0
and winning a that, but we have been here before
SAN JOSE — Do the Sharks Game 7 at home and found a way and I’m confident
have any offense left to offer this in the second we can do that again.”
season? round against Martin Jones made 35 saves for
San Jose has been held to one Colorado. the Sharks but got little help from
goal in losing the past two games “We’ve been his teammates after a spirited start
after dropping a pivotal Game 5 of here before, ” in the rare afternoon contest that
the Western Conference final Peter DeBoer coach Peter led to a more subdued crowd than
Sunday 5-0 at the Shark Tank. DeBoer said. usual. Evander Kane hit the post
The Sharks now face elimina- “Had to go on the road and win in just 12 seconds into the game and
tion for the third straight series, Vegas in order to get to a Game 7. STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS
the Sharks had the better of the
having overcome a 3-1 series You’re never comfortable when Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington defends against Joe Pavelski in the first
deficit to Vegas in the first round your back’s against the wall like See SHARKS, Page 15 period in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals Sunday at SAP Center.

Liao sets gold standard


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Not even Mother Nature could do anything


to stop College of San Mateo’s “Sophie”
spectacular.
CSM freshman Yan-Jun “Sophie” Liao fin-
ished off the program’s greatest season-
long sprinting performance in generations
Saturday as the native of Chinese Taipei won
two gold medals at the California
Community College State Championships
on her home course at College Heights Draymond Green rebounds against Blazers
Stadium. guard Rodney Hood in Game 3 of the Western
With intermittent rain showers dampen- Conference finals Saturday at Moda Center.
ing the course, Liao soldiered through, post-
ing convincing wins in each the women’s
100 and 200 meters. Green’s focus
“I don’t usually like running in the rain,”
Liao said. “But I think this was our advan-
tage. So, I appreciate that.”
has Warriors
Liao spent most of her life running in the
hot and humid conditions of Taipei City,
Chinese Tapei until she relocated to Foster
on the verge
By Anne M. Peterson
City and enrolled at CSM this semester. The THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
freshman has acclimated in a hurry. And
while the elements perhaps prevented her PORTLAND, Ore. — Draymond Green
from setting a new program record in her would rather do more playing than com-
signature event, the 100-meter dash, she plaining these days.
still managed to leave the rest of the state Known at times for his temper and tangles
community college field in the dust. with officials, a more mature Green has the
In the 100, she took gold with a time of Warriors on the brink of a fifth straight trip
11.65 seconds, with Kierra King of Cerritos to the NBA Finals.
taking second in 11.91. Liao’s time was one “I realized I got to a point where I was
one-hundredth of a second off her personal doing more crying than playing,” he said.
record, and two one-hundredths off the pro- “I’m sure it was disgusting to watch because
gram record of 11. 63 set by Ronda I felt disgusting playing that way, and I just
Robinson in 1983. wanted to lock back in on the game.”
“You train for it, you plan for it, you see Green led the way as the Warriors rallied
it, you believe it; and then it happens and from an 18-point deficit to beat the Portland
you’re fired up and excited,” CSM head Trail Blazers 110-99 on Saturday night to
coach Kajari Burns said. “… She had game take a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference
competition in the Cerritos girls. We’ve TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
finals. Golden State can finish out the series
been looking to compete against them all CSM freshman Sophie Liao closes out the California Community College State Track and Field Monday at the Moda Center.
Championships in the women’s 4x400 relay Saturday at College Heights Stadium. The native Green had 20 points, 13 rebounds and 12
See TRACK, Page 16 of Chinese Taipei earned two gold medals on the day in each the women’s 100 and 200.
assists for his seventh playoff triple-double
overall, and third of this postseason. All

CSM still alive in state softball tourney


DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT at 12:30 p.m. with the and sprinted all the way to the plate on the
three have come on the road.
He also was instrumental in Golden
State’s 114-111 comeback victory in Game
2. He made a bounce pass through the paint
to a cutting Andre Iguodala for a dunk with
winner of the morning catcher’s throwing error. It was all the 3:06 left to make it 108-105, and then
After advancing through the winners’ elimination game offense the Bulldogs would muster against assisted on a layup by Kevon Looney the
bracket in the first two rounds of the between Palomar and San the Mounties, however, as pitcher Briana next possession.
California Community College softball Joaquin Delta. The win- Wheeler fired a three-hitter, including a 2- He finished with 16 points, 10 rebounds,
championship tournament, College of San ner of CSM’s game for-3 day from CSM catcher Riley seven assists and five blocked shots. He has
Mateo suffered its first loss in the double- advances to the champi- Donovan. collected 10 or more rebounds in eight
elimination tourney Sunday 3-1 to Mt. San onship round, where Mt. Donovan has been a force at the plate straight playoff games.
Antonio at Bakersfield College. San Antonio — unbeaten through the tournament. The freshman out Green said he has mellowed, and credited his
The battling Bulldogs now must win three Riley Donovan through the tourney — of Half Moon Bay homered in Saturday’s 5- family — including 2-year-old Draymond
straight games if they wish to become the must be defeated twice. 3 win over Delta, her third in two games. Green Jr. — for his newfound awareness.
first team in program history to bring home CSM jumped out to an early 1-0 lead She went deep twice in the tourney opener
a state championship. CSM tees up Monday Sunday when Emily McAdams stole second Friday against Fullerton. See DUBS, Page 14
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Lady Scots rally in extra innings CCS baseball


Carlmont falls in DI quarters
By Terry Bernal Trierweiler followed with player in program history to reach the 200- No. 5-seed Carlmont (17-11) held two
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF her third hit of the day, and hit plateau. leads but couldn’t hold off No. 4 Leland (19-
RBI double to put Carlmont now advances to the Open 7-2) as the Scots were eliminated in a 5-4
Ashley Trierweiler added to Carlmont’s all- Carlmont up 4-3. Sam Chu Division semifinals to be played Wednesday loss at West Valley College. After plating
time career hits record with a 3-for-4 day and then traded places with or Thursday at a time to be determined. The three runs in the top of the first, Carlmont
extended her historic high school career in Trierweiler with an RBI Scots’ opponent is yet to be determined as again jumped on top 4-3 in the fifth on Jack
the process. double to give the Scots well as the game between No. 1 Presentation Vanoncini’s RBI single. In the bottom of
The senior leadoff hitter delivered a go- some breathing room. and No. 8 Mitty was rained out and has been the sixth, though, Leland knocked out start-
ahead double in the top of the eight inning to Mountain View got its rescheduled for Tuesday. ing pitcher David Bedrosian with a two-run
lead the No. 5-seed Scots (17-9) to a 5-3 win in Ashley leadoff hitter on to start rally to take the lead for good.
the Central Coast Section Open Division soft- Trierweiler the bottom of the eighth, Division I The Scots rallied in the top of the seventh
ball opener over No. 4 Mountain View (17-7) But after Karhiaho Aragon, San Mateo both rained out but ended their season with the potential tying
Saturday at Hawes Park in Redwood City. notched her seventh strikeout of the day, the No. 2 San Mateo got the rainout it wanted run stranded at third base. Carlmont left runners
With several rainouts of CCS games game ended on a line drive to Chu at second Saturday. The Bearcats’ CCS Division I quar- on base in every inning, stranding 12 overall.
Saturday, Carlmont got its game in thanks to base, who promptly threw to first to finish terfinal matchup with No. 7 Branham was Leland sophomore Owen Quast earned the
drawing the early 10 a.m. game at Hawes the game with a double play. The umpire’s out originally scheduled for a neutral site in win in relief in his varsity debut. Bedrosian
Park. All games scheduled for the venue later call wasn’t prompt though as the runner at Sunnyvale. The game will now be moved to took the loss through 5 1/3 innings of
in the day were postponed. first was initially called safe. The call, how- San Mateo’s home diamond Monday at 4 p.m. work. His record falls to 2-3.
“It wasn’t that bad, it was just spitting,” ever, was quickly reversed to an out. No. 3 Aragon made the trip all the way to Bedrosian, Vanoncini, Sean Vanderaa and
Carlmont head coach Marco Giuliacci said. “It was a little strange because the first call Salinas before its Division I quarterfinal J.P. Avila had two hits apiece for the Scots,
“As soon as the game was over, it started by the umpire was safe,” Giuliacci said. “Then against No. 6 Gilroy was announced as a rain- who finished the season with a .301 team
pouring. They didn’t even start the second she changed her call. We all jumped up like: out. The silver lining for the Dons is they batting average.
game.” ‘What?’ But she did a great job because she will not have travel with the game being
Carlmont jumped out to a 3-0 lead after four made the right call. She was obviously out.” rescheduled for Monday at the College of San Bgame eliminated, Cap PPD in DII
innings of play. But Mountain View tied it up A Scots celebration ensued. Mateo. First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m.
in the fifth with a two-run homer by Lauren “Pretty much erupted in cheers and running No. 8 Burlingame (14-11) fell in a back-
Dove, followed by a game-tying solo shot by out (on the field),” Giuliacci said. “Relatively Division II and-forth battle in the CCS Division II semi-
Ilona Sullivan. Scots starting pitcher Sanni crazy.” finals with top-seed Monterey walking off in
Hillsdale, Bgame rained out the bottom of the seventh with a 5-4 victory.
Karhiaho faced the minimum through the Trierweiler has now recorded eight straight No. 3 Hillsdale will be at home Monday at
final three frames though, including retiring multi-hit games, including five three-hit No. 10 Capuchino had its Division II quar-
4 p.m. after its CCS Division II quarterfinal terfinal game with No. 2 Aptos rained out.
the side in the order in each the sixth and sev- games, and two four-hit games. The left-hand- with No. 11 Monte Vista Christian in
enth. ed leadoff hitter is batting .576 and ranks The game has been rescheduled for Monday
Redwood City was rained out Saturday.
Then Trierweiler’s bat brought down the third in the CCS with 49 hits on the year, at Aptos at 2 p.m.
No. 9 Burlingame also had its Saturday
rain. Carlmont senior Logan Bonetti led off according to MaxPreps.com. She now lists at game postponed. The Panthers will now
the eighth inning with a single. Andrea 198 career hits — Carlmont’s all-time pro- travel to No. 1 Valley Christian-San Jose
Menlo advances in Division III
Racioppi bunted Bonetti to second. gram record — two shy of becoming the first Monday at 4 p.m. No. 2 Menlo (17-9) shut out No. 7 Thomas
More (18-7) by a score of 8-0 in the CCS
Division III opener at Wilcox High School.

Koepka goes wire-to-wire


By Doug Ferguson majors are sometimes the easiest to win.
The Knights rallied for six runs in the first
inning and starting pitcher Julien
Hernandez combined with Bennett Norman
on a two-hit shutout. Hernandez worked six
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS This one should have been. It wasn’t. innings to claim the victory and also swung
His 74 was the highest final round by a a hot stick with three hits on the day.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — Brooks Koepka PGA champion since Vijay Singh won in a Menlo now advances to the Division III
took his place in PGA Championship histo- playoff in 2004 at Whistling Straits. semifinals to face No. 3 Monte Vista Christian
ry with a wire-to-wire victory, minus the “I’m just glad I don’t have to play any Tuesday at Washington Park in Santa Clara.
style points. more holes,” Koepka said. “That was a Starting time is yet to be determined.
In a raging wind that turned Bethpage stressful round of golf. I’m glad to have this No. 8 Summit Shasta (11-4) fell 14-1 to
Black into a beast, Koepka lost all but one thing back in my hands.” No. 1 Pacific Grove in five innings in their
shot of his record seven-shot lead Sunday. Koepka appeared to wrap it up with a gap Division III opener. Three Pacific Grove
He lost the brutal Long Island crowd, which wedge from 156 yards to 2 feet on the 10th pitchers combined on a two-hitter but also
began chanting “DJ!” for Dustin Johnson as hole for a birdie, as Johnson made his first walked seven batters on the day.
Koepka was on his way to a fourth straight bogey of the round up ahead on the 11th.
bogey. That restored the lead to six shots, and the Serra’s CCS opener PPD
But he delivered the key shots over the coronation was on. Serra had its CCS Open Division opener
closing stretch as Johnson faded with two And then it all changed in a New York with Santa Cruz rained out Saturday. The game
straight bogeys, and Koepka closed with a minute. was initially scheduled at Half Moon Bay High
4-over 74 for a two-shot victory and joined Koepka missed three straight fairways and School but will be relocated to No. 4-seed
Tiger Woods as the only back-to-back win- made three straight bogeys, having to make Santa Cruz’s home field Monday at 4 p.m. The
ners of the PGA Championship since it went a 6-foot putt on No. 11 to keep it from PETER CASEY/USA TODAY SPORTS No. 5 Padres last played Wednesday, May 8 in
to stroke play in 1958. Brooks Koepka celebrates after winning the the West Catholic Athletic League tournament
Koepka said at the start of the week that See GOLF, Page 16 PGA Championship at Bethpage State Park. semifinals in a 4-2 loss to Mitty.
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Pablo powers Giants in the desert
By John Marshall
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Giants 3, Dbacks 2, 10 innings
Crawford made it all possible.
PHOENIX — Pablo Sandoval and Brandon Crawford, two of The Diamondbacks appeared to have the
San Francisco’s oldest players, did not start Sunday’s game. game won when Adam Jones hit a
By the time it was over, they had made the two biggest grounder into the shortstop hole off Sam
plays, allowing the Giants to leave the desert with a series win. Dyson (2-0) with a runner on third with
Sandoval opened the 10th inning with a pinch-hit homer two outs in the ninth.
after Crawford made a game-saving stop at shortstop in the Crawford showed he’s still got good
ninth, helping the Giants beat the Diamondbacks 3-2. range at 32, diving to his right and hop-
“You have to be prepared for everything, that’s the No. 1 ping up to make a throw that beat Jones
rule,” Sandoval said. “You have to be ready and take advan- by a step to save the Giants.
tage of your opportunity.” Brandon
Crawford “Crawford has been doing that for a long
The Giants opened the three-game series with a loss Friday time to a lot of guys,” said Arizona manag-
night, but rallied for two wins with plenty of help from the er Torey Lovullo, whose team finished with three hits. “Just
32-year-old Sandoval. kind of stabbed us there and I felt that momentum shift over
Kung Fu Panda had a pinch-hit solo homer in San their way, especially when that solo home run happened.”
Francisco’s 8-5 win Saturday and sat on the bench Sunday, Ray had been on a roll, entering 3-0 with a 1.98 ERA and 35 JOE CAMPOREALE/USA TODAY SPORTS
waiting for his turn again. strikeouts in 35 1/3 innings. He had command issues against Pablo Sandoval celebrates after hitting a solo home run in
It came in the 10th against Yoshihisa Hirano (1-2). Down the Giants, needing 29 pitches just to strand runners at second the tenth inning Sunday at Chase Field.
two strikes, Sandoval looked for a pitch he could hit hard and and third in the first inning. David Peralta’s leadoff infield single in the fourth.
got it, sending an outside fastball over the wall in left. Ray walked in a run in the third and another came across on Nick Ahmed followed with a run-scoring double and
Sandoval has 40 RBIs at Chase Field, his most in any Kevin Pillar’s groundout. The left-hander allowed two runs on Christian Walker scored from third on a pitch that caromed off
opposing ballpark. three hits and walked four in four innings. He struck out six. home plate umpire Joe West’s mask.
“It’s amazing what he’s doing,” Giants manager Bruce “Today they made me grind, some really good at-bats,” Ray Pomeranz allowed two runs on two hits and walked five in 4
Bochy said. “You just expect good things to happen, the way said. “I felt my fastball command was pretty good. It was just 2/3 innings.
he’s been.” my off-speed stuff they were laying off of.” “The stuff was good,” Bochy said. “It was up a tick, but I
The Giants scored two runs off Robbie Ray in the third, but thought he had good stuff and he found a way to get out of it.”
went 20 straight at-bats without a baserunner until Mac Pomeranz reinstsated, can’t get out of fifth
Williamson walked with two outs in the ninth. Sandoval’s hit San Francisco’s Drew Pomeranz was reinstated from the 10- Up next
was San Francisco’s first since Donovan Solano’s single day injured list Sunday after missing nine games with a left arm Left-hander Andrew Suarez will be recalled from Triple-A
with no outs in the third. strain. Sacramento to start Monday against Atlanta. He went 7-13
Will Smith struck out the side for his 12th save in 12 He had some control issues of his own — two walks and a hit with a 4.49 ERA in 29 starts for the Giants last season, but did
opportunities. batter in the second inning — but didn’t give up a hit until not make the rotation coming out of spring training this year.

A’s take lead before suspension in 7th MLB brief


Ryu extends scoreless streak to 31 innings
By Noah Trister plate appearance when the game was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS halted. CINCINNATI — Hyun-Jin Ryu threw seven shutout
If the bottom of the seventh had innings to extend his major league-leading streak to 31,
DETROIT — The A’s are closing in been completed and Oakland still led, Cody Bellinger hit his 17th homer and the Los Angeles
on a 16th straight win over Detroit — the A’s could have been declared the Dodgers beat the Reds 8-3 Sunday.
but they’ll have to wait 3 1/2 months winners of a rain-shortened game, but Ryu (6-1) had baserunners in each of his first five innings,
before trying to finish it off. since the visiting team took the lead but none of them got past second base and he retired his last
The A’s led the Tigers 5-3 in the bot- in the top of the inning and the home eight batters. Ryu allowed five hits with one walk and five
tom of the seventh inning Sunday team didn’t have a full chance to strikeouts and his ERA is 1.52 for the season.
when the game was suspended because answer, the game was suspended.
of rain. Oakland scored twice in the Immediately after the stoppage, the
top of the seventh to take the lead, but A’s milled around on the field for a few
the teams were unable to complete the minutes. It wasn’t raining all that
inning before the tarp was brought RICK OSENTOSKI/USA TODAY SPORTS hard, so the teams could have perhaps
onto the field. The game will resume Grounds crew pull the tarp onto the squeezed in the bottom of the seventh.
Sept. 6 before the Tigers play a series field Sunday at Comerica Park. “They were told that once it started
in Oakland. scheduled trip to Detroit this season. raining, it was going to rain really
“It’s in September, so we’re going to The A’s have won 15 straight over hard, ” Melvin said. “If they have
have some extra guys,” A’s manager the Tigers, and Stephen Piscotty put orders to do that, I get it. I’m not a
Bob Melvin said. “I don’t think any- them in position for another victory weather man, either, just wasn’t rain-
body wanted to wait around for poten- when he hit a tiebreaking, two-run ing very hard.”
tially a non-start.” double in the seventh. Josh Harrison The delay lasted 1 hour, 41 minutes,
This was the finale of a four-game led off the bottom of the inning for before play was called and the resump-
series that marked Oakland’s only Detroit, and he was in the middle of his tion date was announced.

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Warriors vs. Trail Blazers, Game 4, Monday, 6 p.m. Toronto goes to double OT to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Golden State Warriors (57-25,


The Warriors
are 35-17 in
We s t e r n
Golden State.
Warri o rs i n the po s ts ea-
s o n: Averaging 117.1 points,
cut Bucks’ series lead in half
By Ian Harrison ing out in the
first in the Western Conference dur- Co n feren ce 43.7 rebounds, 28.4 assists, 7.5
ing the regular season) vs. play. Golden THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fourth quarter.
steals and 6.1 blocks per game Siakam also
Portland Trail Blazers (53-29, third State is second while shooting 48.9 percent from TORONTO — Kawhi Leonard missed a pair of
in the Western Conference during in the league
the regular season) scoring 19.1 the field. Their opponents have scored 36 points, including eight free throws with
Wes tern Co nference fi nal s : fast break averaged 110.1 points on 44.0 in the second overtime, and the 7.4 seconds left
Golden State leads series 3-0 points points percent shooting. Toronto Raptors beat Milwaukee in regulation
Steph Curry Trai l Bl azers i n the po s t- 118-112 on Sunday night to cut that could have
Bo tto m l i ne: The Warriors per game, led
visit the Portland Trail Blazers in s eas o n: Averaging 109.2 points, the Bucks’ lead to 2-1 in the iced the game
by Curry averaging 4.6.
Eastern Conference finals. for the Raptors.
the Western Conference finals with To p perfo rmers : Damian 45.7 rebounds, 19.0 assists, 7.0 Kawhi
Pascal Siakam had 25 points S i a k a m
a 3-0 lead in the series. The Lillard is scoring 25.8 points per steals and 5.1 blocks per game Leonard redeemed him-
Warriors won the previous game and averaging 4.6 rebounds and 11 rebounds, Norman Powell
while shooting 43.3 percent from scored 19 points before fouling self by blocking a potential tying
matchup 110-99. Steph Curry for the Trail Blazers. McCollum the field. Their opponents have shot by Brook Lopez with 43 sec-
scored 36 points to lead Golden has averaged 24.7 points and out, and Marc Gasol had 16 points
averaged 110.5 points on 44.5 and 12 rebounds. The Raptors will onds to go in the second over-
State to the win and CJ McCollum totaled 5.1 rebounds while shoot- percent shooting. time, leading to a layup for
try to draw even when they host
recorded 23 points in defeat for ing 42.3 percent over the last 10 Leonard that put Toronto up 114-
Trai l Bl azers i njuri es : Jusuf Game 4 Tuesday night.
Portland. games for Portland. 110 with just over 30 seconds to
Nurkic: out for season (leg frac- Giannis Antetokounmpo had 12
The Trail Blazers are 29-23 in Curry leads the Warriors averag- points and 23 rebounds before play.
Western Conference games. ing 27.3 points and collecting 5.4 ture).
Warri o rs i njuri es : DeMarcus fouling out with 4:24 to go in the Leonard made 11 of 25 shots and
Portland ranks seventh in the NBA rebounds. Kevin Durant has aver- second overtime. Antetokounmpo went 12 for 13 at the free throw
with 36.2 defensive rebounds per aged 21.6 points and collected 3.1 Cousins: out (quad), Andre
shot 5 for 16. line. He had nine rebounds and
game, led by Jusuf Nurkic averag- rebounds while shooting 28.7 per- Iguodala: day to day (lower leg Toronto won despite guards five assists despite appearing to
ing 7.0. cent over the last 10 games for soreness), Kevin Durant: out (calf). Kyle Lowry and Powell both foul- be bothered by some leg pain.
locked in on the game. I also have “I mean, I think that’s been real- against the Thunder. He has been “Obviously, I’m not capable of

DUBS
Continued from page 11
some little ones at the house who
enjoying watching me play. I
don’t necessarily want them to see
ly obvious over the last couple of
weeks, and I think it’s important
because, when he gets upset and
double-teamed often with the
Warriors keying in on him.
No team has ever come back to
doing what Kevin does on the bas-
ketball floor, and no one else on
this team is. Or DeMarcus. So col-
that. So just try to be more mindful emotional, it costs us,” Kerr said. win after going down 3-0 in the lectively, we’ve got to do that,”
of it.” “We lose our focus as a team. I playoffs. Green said. “I just try to take it
“I understand that officials Green was famously suspended mean, he’s our leader.” The Warriors were dealing with upon myself to do my part and also
aren’t perfect and I still have con- for Game 5 of the 2016 NBA Green was much more than a injuries of their own. Iguodala is try to create a pace that I know we
versations with them now, when Finals against the Cleveland triple-double Saturday night. He listed as questionable for can be successful at.”
they miss a call, but it’s a com- Cavaliers after collecting four fla- pushed the pace and steadied Monday’s game with an injured
pletely different conversation,” he grant foul points in the postsea- Kerr said in many ways Green
Golden State as it overcame a dou- lower leg but the team reported
said. “My mom has been really son. reminds him a bit of Dennis
ble-digit deficit against the that his MRI Sunday was clear.
big. My fiancee has been really Coach Steve Kerr said Green’s Rodman, the coach’s former team-
Blazers for a second straight Golden State was already with-
big with just talking to me about improved focus has been a big key mate on the Chicago Bulls.
game. out Kevin Durant because of a sore
that and just telling me to stay for the Warriors. “Once he gets the ball in his right calf. It’s unlikely that the “Draymond has just become a
hands, he’s doing everything two-time NBA Finals MVP will tremendous playmaker. He’s our
you’d want that guy in the middle return during the series against the leading assist guy, handles the
to do,” Portland’s Damian Lillard Blazers. ball and pushes the pace quite a bit
said. Green said it’s important that he for us. So, I think he’s actually a
The Trail Blazers are going to take on a more effective leadership better two-way player but very
need more from Lillard to get back role in the absence of Durant, who similar to Dennis, ” Kerr said,
in the series, and the star guard is is averaging more than 34 points adding with a smile: “Not as good
playing though a rib injury. He during the playoffs. The Warriors of a rebounder, though. I have to
had 19 points in Saturday’s loss, were also without DeMarcus give that to Dennis. I’ve never
well off the 33 he averaged in Cousins, who tore a quadriceps met a better rebounder than
Portland’s first-round series muscle at the start of the playoffs. Dennis.”
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SHARKS Pagenaud takes Indy 500 pole
By Michael Marot I’m just very honored to drive this No.22
Continued from page 11 Chevy Menards, which obviously was very
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
incredible today.”
play in the opening 20 minutes despite INDIANAPOLIS — Teammates Will Power, the defending race
falling behind 1-0 when Sundqvist convert- Simon Pagenaud keeps winner, and Josef Newgarden, the 2017
ed a turnover from a hobbled Erik Karlsson finding new ways to IndyCar champ, didn’t record a single lap on
into a goal less than six minutes into the impress his team owner. the 2.5-mile oval over 229. Three-time Indy
contest. Last weekend, he rallied winner Helio Castroneves didn’t even make
Then the Blues painted the Tank with a bar- in the rain to end a 21-race the shootout.
STAN SZETO/USA TODAY SPORTS
rage of offense. drought. On Sunday, he Simon And now Pagenaud has positioned himself
Blues goalie Jordan Binnington, right, defends perfectly to extend Penske’s record to 18 Indy
Jaden Schwartz started a dominant second against Kevin Labanc. put Roger Penske back on Pagenaud
period with the first of his three goals, the pole for the 500 wins — as he celebrates the 50th
Vladimir Tarasenko scored on a penalty shot. right to Sundqvist, who beat Jones to give Indianapolis 500. And he may not be fin- anniversary of his first trip to Indy as a team
the Blues their fourth goal of the series from ished. owner.
“It’s probably tough to put into words,” the fourth line.
Schwartz said. “It’s something that every- Pagenaud traded high-fives and pumped his Plus, Pagenaud also can become the second
The Blues then took over in the second fist along pit row after earning the first Indy straight driver to sweep the two Indy races —
one’s worked for and dreamed about. You period, putting 11 shots on goal in less than
don’t want to look too far ahead. We all know pole by a French driver in a century. He had a joining Power. The Australian achieved the
five minutes. They added to the lead when four-lap qualifying average of 229.992 mph feat last year.
how important and how hard that last win’s Tarasenko’s shot was partially blocked.
going to be. It would be a dream come true.” to edge Ed Carpenter and Spencer Pigot and The only real competition in qualifying
Jones then swept it away but it went right to give Chevrolet a clean sweep of the front row came from Carpenter’s three-car contingent,
St. Louis used a relentless forecheck to Schwartz, who knocked it into the open net. which included Ed Jones of Dubai landing in
take control of the game and series in the sec- for next Sunday’s race.
Schwartz added the two goals in the third, “Watching him run in that road race, in the the No. 4 starting spot.
ond period, scoring twice and outshooting giving him 12 in the playoffs after scoring “To have Ed Carpenter cars starting second,
the beleaguered Sharks 20-6 during the water, I’ve never seen a run like that in my
just 11 in 69 regular-season games. life,” Penske said after the team captured its third and fourth, I think that speaks volumes
frame. It also got 21 saves from Jordan The Blues kept up the pressure, leading to a to the organization,” Carpenter said. “I really
Binnington in his first playoff shutout and a 266th IndyCar pole. “And then to come out
breakaway by Tarasenko. He was pulled down here and win the pole? We’ve got great wish one of us would have ended up on pole,
first-period goal from Oskar Sundqvist to by Brent Burns for a penalty shot and con- but I’m still really happy to be two, three and
overwhelm the Sharks. momentum.”
verted it with a shot high to Jones’ glove The timing couldn’t be better for Pagenaud, four. Simon just put in a really nice, long run.
Schwartz added two goals in the third for side. His car was so consistent. I couldn’t be that
his second hat trick this postseason, becom- either.
The game got out of hand in the third as the With his contract expiring at the end of this consistent, so, congrats to him.”
ing the first player with two in one playoff Sharks took a parade to the penalty box, Pigot had the fastest car on Saturday and
season and questions lingering about his
run since Johan Franzen for Detroit in 2008. upset about a hit to the head of Tomas Hertl in would have had the pole if rain had washed out
future, the 2016 series champ has thrived this
The victory gave the Blues a 3-2 series the first period by Ivan Barbashev and a high month on IndyCar’s biggest stage. qualifying.
lead, the closest they’ve been to making the hit to captain Joe Pavelski by Alex He won the IndyCar Grand Prix for his first But the track stayed dry just long enough for
final since getting there in their first three Pietrangelo early in the third. trip to victory lane since the 2017 season Pagenaud to take an even more trimmed out car
seasons as the winner of the all-expansion “I thought we obviously took way too finale at Sonoma. He earned his first pole around the track quickly and smoothly.
Western Conference. St. Louis can earn its many penalties,” forward Logan Couture since July 2017 at Toronto. It was all he needed.
first trip back to the final since 1970 with a said. “You can’t come back when you’re in On Sunday, Pagenaud was the only driver in “I wouldn’t say I was doing a rain dance all
win at home in Game 6 on Tuesday night, an the box the whole period, got away from us at the nine-car pole shootout to top 230 on day,” Pigot said. “As a race car driver, we love
improbable journey for a team that was last the end. Would have really liked us to control three of the four laps. He knocked a three- driving IndyCars to the limit and you definite-
in the standings on Jan. 2. our emotions and given ourselves a chance.” time Indy pole winner out of the top spot. ly get a chance to do that here with qualifying.
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women’s relay teams with Liao, Chuakay, Charisse Harper-Jones in the top tier not just in terms of another year,” Liao said. “Because I

TRACK noted Liao’s toe drag — a technique


of keeping one’s feet as close to
the ground as possible to create
and Yashvee Patel posted a time of
4:11.84; Riverside took gold in
the event at 3:53.83. The objective
JCs, but rated her in the middle to
bottom end of the top tier of all col-
legiate runners in the nation.
just came to America in January and
I think I need more time to adjust
everything. I don’t want to rush to a
Continued from page 11 more drive off the back leg — sets for CSM, Burns said, was for Liao “California state champions, it’s four-year university.”
her apart. to run in four events Saturday, but a big deal,” Burns said. “We’re a big
year to be pushed. She was finally
“She has such a strong, explo- the women’s 4x100 relay team did state, we have … a lot of people Livai takes gold in javelin
sive finish,” Chuakay said, “And I not qualify for the finals. competing in track and field in our
pushed and she hit her season best think in the middle of each race, Sacramento City sophomore state, and we typically produce Liao wasn’t CSM’s only state
right in time. So, as a coach, I’m you can already see that she’s way Daryia Greene — who medaled in some of the fastest times in the gold medalist.
ecstatic.” behind everyone. And she keeps four events, including a gold medal nation. So, when you come out of Sophomore thrower Taini Livai
Liao doubled up in the 200, run- that on for the whole race.” in the women’s 400 — has as good this state as a champion, especial- rose to the top of the podium in the
ning away from the pack with a It has been a swift ascent this a perspective as any as to Liao’s ly in the short sprints, everybody’s women’s javelin throw Friday. The
time of 24.64. The next five plac- year with Liao returning to action improvement this season. Early in going to notice that. That’s a big Mills graduate was the only com-
ers were separated by .39 seconds in January after a two-month layoff the season, Greene topped Liao in deal. It’s a huge deal.” petitor to throw over 40 meters,
— King took second in 25.10; from running. She brought not just the 200. The difference in Burns said Liao is still undecided going for a best distance of 40.9
Riverside’s Alana Wilson took a next-level work ethic to the CSM Saturday’s performance was Liao’s about returning to CSM for her meters. Livai also placed 12th in
sixth in 25.49 — in a smaller mar- track every day, but also helped early acceleration around the curve. sophomore year. the shot put at 10.62 meters.
gin than Liao left between her and build the women’s relay team after “She breaks people easy on the “It’s still up in the air,” Burns
second place. CSM freshman Teme Fanguna
the program did not field a relay curve and kind of pulls through for said. “She’s got a lot of options. As (Mercy-Burlingame) reached the
“That was shocking too,” Burns team last season. the rest,” Greene said. soon as the races were done, I had
said. “Again, we expected to get podium in the shot put, taking fifth
“In the beginning of the season And once Liao has a lead going people asking me about her imme- with a distance of 11.7. Riverside’s
pressed. We expected those girls to … we were such a small group com- into the straightaway — where she diately, enquiring about her. She’s
be right on her shoulder. And Angelique Hudson took told at
pared to normal athletics,” has an advantage as a natural 100 going to weigh her options, but I 13.96. Fanguna also took 12th in
Sophie really handled business Chuakay said. “Just her on the runner — good luck catching her. do think we have a good chance of
today. She stepped up big time.” the women’s javelin at 25.59.
team, I think it gave us all confi- “She just really drives every sin- getting her back next year.”
With a sprinter’s form to marvel dence in ourselves. Her, just every gle race I have with her,” Greene Liao was warm to the idea of tak- In the men’s javelin, CSM fresh-
at, Liao looked as though she was day at practice, she gives a lot of said. “She gets out fast. She’s just ing one more tour of the communi- man Quincy Daniels (Serra) took
still accelerating when she crossed energy and strength to us.” amazing.” ty college circuit before inevitably sixth place with a throw of 51.85.
the finish line in the 200. CSM CSM qualified for the state finals While California community col- transferring to a Division I pro- In the men’s shot put, CSM fresh-
freshman Anna Chuakay, a fresh- in the women’s 4x400 relay, set- leges don’t compete with the rest of gram. man Eiljah Folau (Serra) took ninth
man out of Aragon who runs on the tling for ninth place as Liao, the nation, Burns said Liao is already “I think I’ll probably stay here for with a throw of 14 meters flat.

began chanting, “DJ! DJ! DJ!” as for another bogey and had to settle He now has four majors in his last one getting away from him.

GOLF Koepka was playing the hole.


Ahead of him, Johnson made birdie
on the 15th — the toughest hole at
for 69.
Johnson now has runner-up fin-
ishes in all four of the majors, the
eight, a streak not seen since Woods
won seven out of 11 when he cap-
tured the 2002 U.S. Open at
Bethpage has a reputation for
being over the top, and it irritated
Harold Varner III, who shot 81 play-
Continued from page 12 Bethpage Black all week — and the wrong kind of career Grand Slam. Bethpage Black. ing in the final group.
lead was down to one. Koepka returned to No. 1 in the Next up is the U.S. Open at Pebble Koepka held it together at the
being worse. The wind was so fick- That was as close as Johnson got. world with a performance that Beach, where Koepka defends his most crucial moment. He piped his
le that it died as he hit 7-iron to His 5-iron pierced through a wind defines his dominance in golf’s title for the second time. No one has driver down the 15th fairway and
the par-3 14th that sailed over the that gusted close to 25 mph, over biggest events. won the U.S. Open three straight two-putted for par. And he drilled
green, leading to a fourth straight the green and into a buried lie. He years since Willie Anderson in another one into the 16th, which
bogey. missed the 7-foot par putt, went He becomes the first player to
hold back-to-back titles in two 1905. No one will doubt whether played the most difficult in the final
The crowd sensed a collapse, and long of the green on the par-3 17th Koepka is capable the way he is round because it was into the wind.
majors at the same time, having
won a second straight U.S. Open playing. Johnson hit 5-iron just over the
last summer 60 miles down the road The 29-year-old Floridian is an green. The wind died enough 20
at Shinnecock Hills. He was the first imposing figure, a power off the tee minutes later that Koepka hit 7-iron
wire-to-wire winner in the PGA and out of the rough with no obvi- only to 50 feet and had another good
Championship since Hal Sutton at ous weakness in his game and the lag putt to get par.
Riviera in 1983. kind of mental fortitude that majors He kept it interesting to the end,
And what stakes his claim as one require. He needed all of it over the three-putting the 17th as the lead
of the best in his generation was a final hour of this one. went back to two shots, and pulling
third straight year winning a major. Koepka doesn’t know his resting his driver on the 18th into fescue so
He joins a most elite group — only heart rate, and he said on the eve of thick it left him little choice but to
Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom the final round that it probably was lay up and scramble for par. Once his
Watson, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold not much different on the first tee of medium lob wedge settled 6 feet
Palmer have done that since the a major than when he was chilling away, he could relax.
Masters began in 1934. on his couch. But he could feel this Finally.

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Why dogs like to dig
W hy do dogs dig? Great question but we can’t go to
the source: the dogs aren’t talking. On the other
hand, our species won’t stop talking, which
means we’re left with many self-proclaimed experts’ theo-
ries. One popular theory, dogs lacking certain key minerals
in their diet dig holes in hopes of find-
ing them in the soil. This theory con-
jures images of dogs in white lab coats
twirling test tubes, which I like but
don’t find helpful. Perhaps it’s more
logical to look at food-focused theo-
ries, dogs being dogs, and those tell
us that dogs dig in search of yummi-
ness (small prey, the remains of some-
thing left behind) or to stash away
food for some future feast (likely
becoming the yumminess dug up by
another dog). Then there’s the shelter
theory: dogs are naturally denning animals (why crate-train-
ing works!) and digging is a way to create their own dens.
And the comfort theory: digging takes a dog to a cooler
lower level and, combined with the fluffy soil, creates a
comfy bed.
Observations of my own dogs lead me to observe, theoret-
‘John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum’ has grossed an estimated $57 million in its opening weekend. ically of course, that digging is fun. Dogs like to play and,
as experienced by the canine cranium, flying dirt, wiggly
‘John Wick 3’ dethrones ‘Avengers: Endgame’ with $57M roots and the occasional smelly treasure are all indeed fun
experiences, as is the unpredictability of just when another
decomposing discovery is to be literally unearthed under
By Lindsey Bahr Chapter 3 — Parabellum” has grossed a $14 million price tag on his head. those whirligig front feet. 
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS an estimated $57 million in its open- Men made up the majority (63%) of Can we get a dog to stop digging? Yes, but not all at once
ing weekend. Not only did it far exceed the “John Wick 3” opening weekend and not likely 100% for those most committed backyard ren-
LOS ANGELES — The box office has expectations, it’s a franchise best that crowd. Overall audiences gave the film ovators. Assuming the possibilities of mineral deficiency
a new king and his name is John Wick. nearly doubled the opening of the sec- a rare A+ CinemaScore, indicating that and hunger, make sure your pup is both healthy and well-fed.
The third installment of the hyper vio- ond film, which itself doubled the word-of-mouth will be strong in subse- Assuming shelter and comfort motivate the unwanted behav-
lent Keanu Reeves franchise has taken opening of the first film from 2014. quent weekends. According to ior, don’t leave dogs unattended outside to create coziness.
the top spot at the North American box The audience, in other words, is Comscore’s PostTrak audience survey, Assuming burying treasure, don’t give treats which aren’t
office and ended the three-week reign growing exponentially for this series 70% said they would “definitely rec- finished in one indoor feeding. Assuming fun, make sure
your dog is well entertained and exercised, both physically
of “Avengers: Endgame.” about a talented assassin who never and mentally (Mentally? Lots of toys require a dog to work
Studios on Sunday say “John Wick: seems to get a break. This time, there’s See WICK, Page 19 through a bit of a puzzle to get a treat buried within). There
are more radical approaches, like burying chicken wire sev-
eral inches down to create a barrier or setting up one
approved dig spot, but let’s first do what comes easily.

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Little Laelia Margaret Steinberg arrived just in time for Mother’s Day at
Sequoia Hospital. Laelia is the first child of Erinn and Scott Steinberg, who
were delighted by the timing. It was especially significant for Erinn, as it is
also National Nurses Week — she is a Registered Nurse in the Cardiac
Surveillance Unit at Sequoia Hospital.

On Thursday, May 9, Proterra and the Burlingame Citizens Environmental Council were joined by Burlingame Mayor
Donna Colson, Vice Mayor Emily Beach and members of the City Council to support Bay Area Bike to Work Day
and promote zero-emission transportation. An Energizer Station was set up at the Burlingame Caltrain station
with free snacks and giveaways for cyclists passing by on their morning commute. The Energizer Station was
sponsored by the Citizens Environmental Council (CEC) of Burlingame and Proterra, a designer and manufacturer Nurses from Mission Hospice & Home Care during National Nurses Week:
of electric vehicle technology for heavy-duty transportation, headquartered in Burlingame. Pictured from left to Colin Crabtree, Susi Mickelsen, Lydia Claesson, Christine Duncan, Ruth
right: Jeff Londer, CEC; Holly Hanbury-Brown, Proterra; Emily Beach, vice mayor; Dana Washington, Proterra; Doug Fullmer, Jennifer Caucutt, Nancy Cavallero, Maymay Ocampo, Kay Coskey,
Silverstein, CEC; a passing bike commuter; Mike Brownrigg, Burlingame councilman; Donna Colson, Burlingame Elisabeth Craig, Elle James, Mary Peart, Lori Orlando, Kathy Stults, Gabrielle
mayor; and Mike Oeschger, Proterra. Jimenez, Blanca Avila and Marjorie Lundeen.
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that’s just one component of what Fernandez made $436, 236 and San

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BONUS
Continued from page 1
Jim’s responsible for.”
Caltrain Board Member Dave Pine, a
San Mateo County supervisor, also
Francisco Metropolitan
Transportation Agency Director
Edward Reiskin was paid $405,747.
Maturing Gracefully Talk. Noon to Tessa D’arcangelew. Free. For more applauded Hartnett’s performance as But Stone said that Hartnett’s salary
1 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 information call 558-7400. general manager and CEO, but said is comparable to those with commen-
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. ing his total compensation during that
Learn different exercises to improve FRIDAY, MAY 24 he’d like to gain a better understanding surate responsibilities and mentioned
time to $543, 792, according to
posture. Free. For more information Gloria Guzman Presentation. 7:30 of how Hartnett’s compensation com- one SFMTA official earning above
call 591-8286. a.m. to 8:30 a.m. San Mateo Sunshine SamTrans.
Rotary, 6650 Golf Course Drive, pares to that of other heads of trans- $600,000 a year.
The previous fiscal year spanned
Art History Class. 12:45 p.m. to 2 Burlingame. Guzman will discuss her portation agencies. “Keep in mind the executive director
p.m. San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 journey and how she has changed April 2018 to March 2019 and
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. her way of life. For more information SamTrans’ board of directors unani- “The position has been highly com- of BART deals with BART. It’s a fixed-
Experience the culture, art and archi- call 787-5595.
mously approved the bonus at a meet- pensated many years because of the guided system with one sole method of
tecture of Paris. Free. For more infor-
mation call 355-1894. K idZ in Motion. 10:15 a.m. South ing April 3 because Hartnett “excelled fact that it entails three CEO positions travel. It’s an important cog, but one
San Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
in his performance last year and com- in one,” he said. “Hartnett has done a cog,” he said. “Jim deals with bus,
Exploring the Insides of a Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
Computer. 4 p.m. South San Recommended for ages 2 to 5. Free. pleted all of his goals in an exemplary superb job as CEO of three organiza- Paratransit, Caltrain, the administra-
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. For more information call 829-3860.
manner,” said General Counsel Joan tions with respect to Caltrain electrifi- tion of tax revenue to cities and other
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. cation and the success of Measure W organizations. … The reality is it’s
Learn how a computer works. For Seth Brand, Americana, Pop and Cassman.
more information call 829-3860. Rock Artist. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Hartnett’s base salary that fiscal year (the countywide half-cent sales tax for incredibly expensive to live in the
Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company, SamTrans and various transportation Bay Area and especially on the
Doodle Club. 6:30 p.m. South San 935 Washington St., San Carlos. Free. was $289, 483 plus he received a
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. For more information call (573) 259- Caltrain stipend of $85,000 and a TA projects), but all that said I recognize Peninsula and if we want top-notch
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. All 6877. it’s a high salary and I do think it’d be personnel we’re going to have to pay
materials provided. Free. For more stipend of $25, 000. His pay also
information call 829-3860. A Late Night Comedy Showcase. included $54,500 in deferred compen- helpful to receive a more comprehen- for it at every level.”
10:30 p.m. to 11:15 p.m. Dragon
sation plans, $17,385 in a supplemen- sive analysis of comparable posi- For the period between March of
A Staged Reading of ‘Seminar’ by Productions Theatre Co., 2120
Theresa Rebeck. 7:30 p.m. Dragon Broadway, Redwood City. Hosted by tal defined contribution plan, $12,480 tions.” 2017 and 2018, the board deferred
Productions Theatre Co., 2120 Sedric Drake. This show is for people According to the website decisions on a bonus for Hartnett at his
Broadway, Redwood City. Four 21+ years of age. $15-$20. For more in health benefits and $9,944 to the
young writers join a writing group in information call 493-2006. California Public Employees’ Transparent California, Hartnett’s own request until there was more cer-
the hopes of accelerating their Retirement System. salary is well above the salaries of tainty surrounding the district’s fiscal
careers. $10. For more information SATURDAY, MAY 25
call 493-2006. Super Saturday Equestrian Event “Jim has shown that he’s worth what most other heads of transportation circumstances, said SamTrans
and Family Fun. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The he’s paid. His achievements and the agencies in the Bay Area, but an spokesman Dan Lieberman. The board
Monday ’s AACP Writers Horse Park, 3674 Sand Hill Road,
Workshop. 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. AACP Woodside. High flying horses and turnaround of the organization in the apples-to-apples comparison is diffi- ultimately decided to grant Hartnett
Bookstore, 529 E. Third Ave., San great family entertainment. Cost is last several years under his leadership cult to make in part because Hartnett that bonus for the 2017-18 contract
Mateo. Classes are taught by Charlie $10. For more information call (949)
Chin. Cost $30 for drop-in or $80 for 293-1555. have been spectacular,” said Caltrain oversees three agencies. year in January of this year, a couple of
three classes. For more information and SamTrans Board Member Charles Compensation numbers beyond months after the passage of Measure
call 375-8286. American Legion Post 409 W.
Break fast Fundraiser. 8:30 a.m. to Stone, also a Belmont councilman. 2017 are also not available on
Play of the Hand. San Mateo Senior 11 a.m. 757 San Mateo Ave., San “He essentially oversees three organi- Transparent California but for a quick This is Hartnett’s fourth year in his
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, Bruno. Enjoy breakfast while visiting
San Mateo. $135 for residents, $165 with veterans and neighbors. Cost is zations and the issues and complexity comparison, BART General Manager current role. Through an email, he
for non-residents. The second course $6 to $10. For more information call attached to Caltrain electrification, for Grace Crunican earned $504,956 that deferred comment to members of the
of the ACLB Bridge Series, designed 345-7388.
to help seniors advance their play-
instance, is a huge undertaking and year, VTA General Manager Nuria board.
ing abilities. Registration required. Fundraiser Alert. 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call 522-7490 for more information. Buri Buri Park, South San Francisco. second only to “Star Wars: The Force ing $8 million. The Universal-distrib-
TUESDAY, MAY 21
Smartphone Training — iPhone.
10 a.m. to noon. San Mateo Senior
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas,
South City Baseball is selling tickets
San Jose Giants ticket for the June
15th game vs. Visalia Rawhide. Each
ticket is a donation of $5. For more
information call 576-5295.
WICK
Continued from page 17
Awakens” ($937 million) and global-
ly, with $2.6 billion, it’s still second
to “Avatar” ($2.8 billion).
uted film is a sequel to the 2017 hit “A
Dog’s Purpose. ” But unlike John
Wick, the audience for this sequel was
San Mateo. Free. For more informa- In its second weekend, “Pokemon less than half of that for the first,
tion call 522-7490. Young Chamber Musicians
Perform. 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Oak Detective Pikachu” also continued to which opened to $18.2 million. But
Community Meeting: Caltrain Room, San Mateo Public Library, 55 ommend” to their friends and 21% said do well, placing third with $24.8 mil- audiences who did turn out gave it an A
Hayward Park Rail Maintenance W. Third Ave., San Mateo. A concert of they would see it again in theaters. lion. But with the high-performing tri- CinemaScore, which could point
Yard Project. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. IBE W chamber music. Free. For more infor-
Hall, 1701 Leslie Ave., San Mateo. mation call 522-7849. “This is the best reviewed film of the fecta of John Wick, the Avengers and toward long-term playability.
Community Meeting to discuss series so far,” said Joe Drake, chairman Pikachu, there weren’t very many Most disappointing, however, is the
Caltrain’s plan to install a permanent STEAM : Science. 3 p.m. San
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. of the Lionsgate Motion Picture moviegoers left over for the less young adult adaptation “The Sun Is
Rail Maintenance Yard, Spur Track
and Service Road next to the main Orange Ave., South San Francisco. Group, in a statement. “We believe flashy newcomers like “A Dog’s Also a Star” which grossed only $2.6
rail line in the Hayward Park This month’s mad and rad science word-of-mouth will continue to drive
Residential Neighborhood between experiment will be all about color- Journey” and “The Sun Is Also a Star.” million from over 2,000 screens and
10th and 14th avenues. Free. For changing milk. For more information strong business for the film all over “The marketplace was so dominated landed in eighth place. Although mod-
more information call 346-3682. call 829-3860. the world.” by ‘John Wick, ”’ said Paul estly budgeted at a reported $9 mil-
Bringing Indonesian Literature to SUNDAY, MAY 26 Internationally “John Wick 3” Dergarabedian, the senior media ana- lion, and featuring popular television
America. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Learn Japanese Calligraphy earned $35.2 million from 66 territo- lyst for Comscore. “It’s tough when actors such as “Riverdale’s” Charles
Burlingame Public Library, 480 Hands-On Workshop. 2 p.m. San
Primrose Road, Burlingame. Lian Mateo Public Library-Oak Room, 55 ries. one movie over performs by this kind Melton and “grown-ish’s” Yara
Gouw founded Dalang Publishing to W. Third Ave., San Mateo. Learn cal- “Avengers: Endgame” slid to second of magnitude.” Shahidi, the Warner Bros. -released
bring Indonesia’s colorful history ligraphy and make origami with
experts. Free. For more information place in its fourth weekend with $29.4 Amblin Entertainment and Reliance film failed to connect even with the
and rich culture to America through
Indonesia’s best literature. She also call 522-7818. million. Domestically, where the film Entertainment’s “A Dog’s Journey” audiences who turned out, 75% of
provides a platform for Indonesian
Tribute to John Coltrane and Miles has grossed $711 million, it’s now opened in fourth with an underwhelm- whom were women.
writers to launch their work onto the
international stage. Free. For more Davis. 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Club Fox,
information call 558-7407. 2209 Broadway, Redwood City.
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HISTORY
Fundraiser for a non-profit organiza-
Community Meeting: Clean Water tion raising money for their 3rd Decoration Day ceremonies said a California’s patriotic dead who served
Program. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. San Mateo Annual John Coltrane Day Around
County Events Center, 2495 S. the Bay. $20. For more information procession of patriotic citizens during the War for the Union.” Near
Delaware St., San Mateo. The Clean call 399-6341. marched from Broadway (then called the base are the words “mustered out,”
Water Program (San Mateo’s largest Continued from page 3
infrastructure improvement project) MONDAY, MAY 27 Bridge Street) and Main Street to the a military term meaning discharged.
will host an informal neighborhood Memorial Day in Union Cemetery, cemetery where the statue of the sol- Discharged, yes, but not forgotten.
meeting about the Underground Redwood City. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. ed marching bands. In that year, four
Flow Equalization System Draft Union Cemetery, 300 Woodside dier was covered with garlands of
Environmental Impact Report. For Road, Redwood City. The morning’s Civil War veterans “rode in machines” evergreens and roses.
more information call 727-6870. proceedings will copy those of the during a parade “and occupied seats on The statue, which over the years The Rear View Mirror by history columnist
Decoration Day Ceremonies held in
Union Cemetery over 100 years ago. the platform,” according to newspaper would be vandalized several times, Jim Clifford appears in the Daily Journal
Poetry Night. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. every other Monday. Objects in The Mirror
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de Free. For more information call 365- reports. The San Mateo County Times was erected in 1889 and includes these
las Pulgas, Belmont. Free. Light 1196. are closer than they appear.
refreshments. For more information
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San Mateo, CA: Software engineer at this court and have a copy served on
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from the court.
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nOtice iS Hereby giVen may want to call an attorney right away.
2 years experience that the City of San Mateo will If you do not know an attorney, you may
required. hold a tour of mechanical and want to call an attorney referral service. If
you cannot afford an attorney, you may
automated parking facilities for
PA-2018-058. be eligible for free legal services from a
nonprofit legal services program. You
Immediate placement can locate these nonprofit groups at the
on all assignments. This tour will be held as follows: California Legal Services Web site
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor-
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call Friday, May 31, 2019 at 9:30 AM
lOcAtiOnS:
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association. nOte: The court has a stat-
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RODINA M. CATALANO, Clerk (Secre-
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your interest in newspapers, a resume cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a You are served 1. as an individual de-
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ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a VAcuuM cleAner (reconditioned)
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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.
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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.
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298 Collectibles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture 308 Tools 310 Misc. For Sale 318 Sports Equipment
SMALL RUG beater. $15.00 (650)207- CHINA CAbINET Wallet, $20. Call RETRO HUTCH Needs refinishing other- CRAFTSMAN 6”x9” belt/disc sander, SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit GUTHy-RENkER POWER Rider,Ever-
4162 (650)589-1407 wise good condition. Top detaches from used once. Cost $330.00 check Sears case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
bottom $25. (650)712-9962 website. $150.00 (650)591-6283 $45. (650)328-6709 erciser $20 (510)770-1976
TOPPS bASEbALL complete set 1987 CHOCOLATE bROWN living room chair
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- with cushion. In excellent condition, $60. SOFA-bEIGE FAbRIC, Orig. $900, CRAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" SILk SAREE 6 yards new nice color.for kNEE RIdER $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
4474 Call 650-872-2371. Rarely used, 7ft long, $350 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
(650)234-8218 formation. LEATHER GOLF bag with 23 clubs $90.
TWO 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- COMPUTER dESk (glass) & chair. Like LG CRAFTSMEN shop vac 6.5hp $60 (650) 592-2648.
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or SOLId WOOd Dining table with exten- (510)943-9221 SLR LENS Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
both. Steve (650)518-6614 gtecher@comcast.net sion great piece great condition black Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171 MEN'S ROSSIGNOL Skis. $95.00,
$80 (650)364-5263 SHOPSMITH MARk V 50th Anniversary good condition, (650)341-0282.
vINTAGE STEMWARE: 3 styles, 23 COMPUTER dESk with 3 side drawers . most attachments. $1,500/OBO. TIRES-SET OF four P225 45 R18 $80
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask (650)504-0585 OBO (650)359-2238. ONE dOzEN Official League Diamond
SOLId WOOd Entertainment Center- Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In vINTAGE CRAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa TUNTURI ROWING Machine, Good (650)771-6324.
299 Computers leave message Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o TOTAL GyM XLS, excellent condition.
19" COLOR Monitor with stand VG con- COMPUTER SWIvEL CHAIR. Padded (925)482-5742 UNIdEN HARLEy Davidson Gas Tank Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
dition power cord/owners manual includ- Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 310 Misc. For Sale phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 (650)588-0828
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 TAbLE 24"x48" folding legs each end.
COUCHES bEd tables TV clothes etc Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost 500-600 bIG Band-era 78's--most mint,
appt only Leave MSG (650)388-2445 WALkER - Good Condition - Like New - vINTAGE NASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
RECORdAbLE Cd-R 74, Sealed, Unop- $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 $35 (650)341-5347 ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, dESk, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
(650) 578 9208 (650)458-3578 THOMASvILLE dINING table, $50 4 bESSy SMALL Evening Hand Bag With 311 Musical Instruments
chairs, mid-century blonde with two Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 WORkOUT bENCH, weights, bars, for
leaves call (650)697-3709. flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
300 Toys dINING CHAIRS -Six Antique,
bIFOLd SHUTTERS 2x28”x79 $10.00 1929 ANTIqUE Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call (650)861-2411
TIkI bAR - Original from the 60’s,Like (650)544-5306
Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 (650)742-6776.
14-1000-PCS PUzzLES $3.00 ea. (650)888-2662 Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 yAMAHA ROOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
(650)207-4162 (650)245-4234. bLUE OySTER cult lp signed by donald (650)458-3255
r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash CHROMATIC HARMONICA: Horner
AMERICAN FLyER locomotive runs (408)661-6019 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433
dINING ROOM Table-Antique,Oak,
TWIN bEd, mattress, box spring, frame (650)278-5776. Food & Wine
5chairs, w/ extension $200 CASH REGISTER Parts; Much Skin Not
(650)290-3188 $ 50. (650)598-9804.
jUMP ANd Play Keyboard brand new, in Guts $500 (415)269-4784 WINE COLLECTION and all equipment
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with EPIPHONE LES Paul Custom Prophecy to make homemade wine which includes
drawers and pull-down desk call COSCO PLAy Pen with travel bag. Used Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. the wine press, 2 50 gallon barrel, 10 5
STAR WARS Celebration 3 Darth Vader dINING TAbLE (36"x54") and 4 match- once $35 (650)591-2981 (650)421-5469. gallon jug full of vinegar and exerta... if
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for (650)697-3709
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 anyone is interested call for best offer
$250 .(650)-654-1930. CUT GLASS serving bowl 8" diameter EvERETT UPRIGHT antique piano. (650)580-6405.
USEd bEdROOM Furniture, FREE. Call $25. Call 650-921-4016
302 Antiques dINING TAbLE - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT (650)573-7381. Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- WALL UNIT/ROOM Divider. Simple
dELUxE FOLdER Walker - 5" wheels - HUGE LUdWIG Drum Set Silver Sparkle 340 Camera & Photo Equip.
bEER STEINS-ORIGINAL from Germa- lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info lines. Breaks down for transportation.
$25.(650)712-9962 leave message Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 NIkON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
(650)592-7483 dINING TAbLE. 72" by 42". With leaf dISPLAy CASE, glass top. 27”x20”x2” lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
Deep. $15.00. 650-588-0842. (916)975-4969
90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 WALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 dRIvE 3-WHEEL buggy $45. Call PIANO-ANdREW kOHLER, Mahogany, OMEGA b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
MAHOGANy ANTIqUE Secretary desk, dRESSER-ANTIqUE vANITy Combo, 3 Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250 struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 (650)589-1407
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- WHITE WICkER Armoire, asking $100, (415)334-1980 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. (650)290-3188 great condition, text for picture (650)571- FREE MAGAzINES. Library discards
0947 year old ones. Wide variety. Good for vIvITAR v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
ROSEvILLE TULIP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. ENGLISH dRAW Table, $50 Solid Wood crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 PLAyER PIANO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
$45. (650)574-2490. 48" with two 12" pull-out leaves, WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 (650)583-6636
call(650)697-3709 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 FREE: WILd turkey feathers; whole www.elo.deals
303 Electronics ETHAN ALLEN sofa and love seat. Blue
wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For
SPINET PIANO + Bench, $50. Call
345 Medical Equipment
fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark
velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- 306 Housewares (650)207-0882 (650)589-1407
FREE TELEvISION - Mitsubishi, or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- AdjUSTAbLE bATH shower transfer
26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not stering. Free. (650)593-7001. vINTAGE AUTOPIANO upright player bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local CRySTAL WINE glasses new (12ea) HAT, T-SHIRT, sweatshirt and comput-
erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave
Delivery available. GLIdER rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- $20.00 Call 650-592-2648 message or email flycsir@hotmail.com COMMOdE, vERy clean and disinfect-
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. LIONEL CHRISTMAS Holiday expan- ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
ONkyO Av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital MIkASA SET. White. Modern (square) WURLITzER UPRIGHT piano. Fair con- ested. (650)745-6309
Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, IkEA dRESSER, black, 3 shelf. 23" x dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. LIONEL WESTERN Union Pass car and dRIvE 3-IN-1 commode with seat,buck-
NEW "bELLA" buffet triple slow cooker et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
PHILLIPS-50” COLOR T.v., Heavy, $99 IkEA TAbLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537 312 Pets & Animals (510)770-1976
(650)591-8062 $ 30. (650)598-9804. 2648
MOTLEy CRUE lp signed by neil lee
sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 ONE kENNEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- dRIvE dELUxE two button walker $10
MAHOGANy Tv Cabinet, $75 4'H x 3'W SINk dOUbLE cast iron. Good condi- mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. (510)770-1976
304 Furniture x 2'D, perfect condition call (650)697- tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 NEGRINI FENCING Epee mask size M (650)593-2066
3709 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 RAdIATION PROTECTION 1/2-apron
ANTIqUE dINING table for six people 307 jewelry & Clothing (415)260-6940 PARROT CAGE, Steel, Large - approx Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 MATTRESS, TWIN long, excellent condi- 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
tion, $25, (650) 552-9556 ANNE kLEIN silver-tone watch with OLd b&L Microscope in good condition; offer. (650)245-4084 7742.
ANTIqUE MOHAGANy Bookcase. Four Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842.
feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. NEW dELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- WALkER/ROLATOR. NEW. large, bas-
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 316 Clothes
RAy-bAN TOP Bar Sunglasses ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
bEdSTEAd SINGLE, poster style, box Sell! (650) 875-8159. RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
spring, mattress available. $40.00. 308 Tools wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- bROWN SUEd boots, fur-lined, size 8, (650)727-7266
(650)593-7408 NIAGARA vIbRATING Adjustable bed weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591- new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371
good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan ANTIqUE IRON Hand Drills. 3 available 6596
bEIGE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition (408)656-0958 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron FANCy HIGH heel shoes, never worn Garage Sales
(650) 315-2319 ROLLERbLAdES, USEd, size 10. $20 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648
qUEEN SOFA Bed, $75 Sherrill (sp?), obo. Please call (650)745-6309
bUNk bEdS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 Salmon fabric, 91" wide, good condition, bRIGGS & Stratton Lawn Mower with
years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
B/O (650)685-2494
call (650)697-3709
.
Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00.
(650)771-6324.
SINk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet,
$15.00 (650)544-5306
FAUx FUR Coat Woman's brown multi
color in excellent condition 3/4
GARAGE SALES
length $50 (650)692-8012 ESTATE SALES
kAyANO MEN’S Running shoes size 11 Make money, make room!
good condition $20 (650)520-7045
kNEE-HIGH bLACk women's boots,
size 7, wide calf & wide width, new.
List your upcoming
$40.00. Call (650)872-2371 garage sale,
LAdIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL, moving sale,
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 estate sale,
MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, yard sale,
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
(650) 578-9208 rummage sale,
SHOES SIzE 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less
clearance sale, or
(650)508-8662 whatever sale you
TUxEdO SIzE 40, black, including white have...
shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189
WEddING dRESS-dESIGNER, Size 12, Reach over 83,450 readers
Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
for $500 Call (650)867-1728 from South San Francisco
to Palo Alto.
WOMAN'S AMERICAN Rag faux leather in your local newspaper.
jacket. Perfect condition. Black
/2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
Call (650)344-5200
WOMAN'S TAHARI jacket. Perfect con-
dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
(650) 952-3466
WOMEN'S bLACk suede fur lined
boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
379 Open Houses
WORk bOOTS. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
OPEN HOUSE
318 Sports Equipment
LISTINGS
bIG bERTHA, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick List your Open House
(415)999-4474
in the Daily Journal.
bRANd NEW Golf bag with Stand.
Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444. Reach over 83,450
No Texting. potential home buyers &
bRANd NEW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
renters a day,
Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great from South San Francisco
gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting. to Palo Alto.
EASTON ALUMINUM bat.33 inches, 30
in your local newspaper.
oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
Call (650)344-5200
EvERLAST 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
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450 homes for rent 620 Automobiles 635 Vans 650 rVs 670 Auto Service 670 Auto Parts
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miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
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650-349-3087. SMoG CheCk Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
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680 Autos Wanted
Complete Repair & Service luxurati Auto
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very good condition $7,900 (707)333- $35. Call (650)670-2888.
(most cars)
869 California Drive . 650-458-6666 Parts collection etc.
So clean out that garage
1106
Available the middle of 645 Boats
Burlingame Give me a call
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$18,995 OBO (650)520-4650.
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650-483-3694 niSSAn ‘01 MAXiMA
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470 rooms CheVy/GMC 1994. Full size. Front
PontiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum SeARrAy 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
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ly failed to gather the supermajority required Councilwoman Ann Schneider agreed, and the ground floor,” he said. Officials devel-

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to pass. Since the initiative was defeated,
officials have sought financing plans which
would not require additional taxes.
said additional training will be required to
assure the safety of vulnerable communities
is preserved in an emergency.
oping plans said specialized equipment and
protocol can also be installed at the center
once its constructed to allay the fears raised
Officials have scrambled for a strategy to Papan though disagreed, and said the by councilmembers.
pay for reconstruction for the facility since building’s programming was planned fol- Officials also provided feedback on the
“We are totally committed to saving it was lost to arson in 2016. A temporary lowing a thorough public outreach process exterior design and landscaping plan for
money by trying to get this done in an center exists, but officials are hopeful to which included seniors who would have the facility, which is slated to return before
appropriate and expedited manner,” she construct a permanent facility capable of raised this issue if it was a concern much ear- officials for further examination next
said. accommodating an evolving and growing lier. month.
Officials are seeking a loan from the coun- community. “We are working toward an amazing struc- For her part, Papan said plans will contin-
ty in the range of about $10 million to $14 While consensus exists among officials ture, so I hope we can stay focused on that ue to evolve in an effort to assure all con-
million, which would likely help address a to finance the rebuild, differences of opin- because we’ve had the community meetings cerns are addressed in the future.
sizable portion of the rebuild projected to ion prevail regarding initial designs, as and the response has been very, very posi- “The building will be a benefit to the
cost at least $30 million. They are hopeful some councilmembers are uncomfortable tive for all age groups and all interest entire community and it is a workable build-
the rest of the project can be financed with a plan to place programs for seniors groups,” she said. ing so we can modify where the programs
through a combination of insurance pay- upstairs. Vice Mayor Reuben Holober agreed, and go in the future,” she said. “We just need to
ments, grant funding, revenue raised Mayor Wayne Lee aired his discomfort pointed to seniors living in the upper floors get there and get this built. So I understand
through potential property sales and other with the design during the meeting, sug- of the Magnolia of Millbrae retirement the mayor’s concern, but I think they are
strategies. gesting seniors with limited mobility could community as evidence that emergency exceptionally premature at this point in
The piecemeal fundraising strategy was struggle to escape from the second floor of plans can account for appropriate evacua- time. I hope we can get a to a workable,
developed following the failure of a bond the planned 26,000-square-foot facility in tion strategies. usable building that all of us can be proud
measure on last year’s ballot, which narrow- case of a natural disaster. “The solution isn’t for all seniors to be on of.”
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