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South City waitsto pick builder


Officials hold off on selecting preferred developer due to residential frustrations
By Austin Walsh tive housing project proposed on March 28, meeting. While critics generally opposed high-rise building,” said resident
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF public property. Officials opted to grant more sizable residential development in Susan France, leading a long line
The South San Francisco City time for deliberation and commu- the area near where Westborough of speakers raising concerns with
In the face of vigorous — and Council unanimously agreed to nity discussion of the sweeping Boulevard turns into Chestnut the projects during public com-
occasionally vulgar — opposi- table a discussion designed to development offers, following Avenue just west of downtown, an ment.
tion shared by residents, South select a builder seeking to con- harsh criticisms shared by resi- offer by Blake Griggs Properties Blake Griggs and AGI/KASA are
San Francisco officials agreed to s t ruct mo re t h an 8 0 0 un i t s dents concerned the plans are to construct a 15-story tower drew the two finalists whittled down by
push off picking a preferred devel- along El Camino Real, accord- incompatible with the surround- the most enthusiastic dissent.
oper for a potentially transforma- ing to video of the Wednesday, ing neighborhood. “I do not want to look and see a See BUILDER, Page 20

San Mateo set to


chart short-term
rental numbers
Tax collection effort to net new
revenue, data on home rentals
By Anna Schuessler Director Drew Corbett. Though
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF short-term rental owners are also
required to collect a 12 percent
In an effort to enforce San TOT from their guests and remit
Mateo’s short-term rental policy payment to the city as well, offi-
and collect data on how many cials have grappled with how to
home rentals are available on ensure properties that fall outside
Airbnb and other platforms, city traditional hotels are identified
officials are working with a con- and complying with the rules.
tractor to collect a 12 percent tran- “That’s the biggest piece … the
sient occupancy tax on all estab- identification piece,” he said, in a
lishments offering short-term subsequent conversation. “It’s
stays. very difficult to get a handle on
With an estimated 1,600 hotel getting that information.”
rooms spread across 14 hotels, By contracting with HdL
San Mateo is on track to collect Software, which aggregates rev-
some $7.5 million in transient enue data for local governments,
occupancy tax, or TOT, revenue
this year, said city Finance See CHART, Page 18

EPA to ease back


emissions standards
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS specify details on new standards,
which it said would be forthcom-
Environmental regulators ing. Current regulations from the
announced on Monday they will EPA require the fleet of new vehi-
ease emissions standards for cars cles to get 36 miles per gallon in
and trucks, saying that a timeline real-world driving by 2025. That’s
put in place by President Barack about 10 mpg over the existing
Obama was not appropriate and set standard.
standards “too high.” The agency said in its decision
The Environmental Protection that the regulation set under the
Agency said it completed a review Obama administration “presents
that will affect vehicles for model
years 2022-2025 but it did not See EPA, Page 18

Assembly Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin invites you to a


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Senior Care & Life Planning Seminar tCarFHJWJOH For more information
and to RSVP, call
Friday, April 6, 2018 tFrBVEPrevenUJPO
650-349-2200 or go to
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Municipal Services Building
33 Arroyo Drive, South San Francisco t)PTQJcFCare
Paid for by Kevin Mullin for Assembly 2018, ID#1392828
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2 Tuesday • April 3, 2018 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“Our firmest convictions are apt to be the
most suspect, they mark our limitations and our
bounds. Life is a petty thing unless it is moved by
the indomitable urge to extend its boundaries.”
— Jose Ortega y Gasset, Spanish philosopher

This Day in History


Civil rights leader Martin Luther

1968 King Jr. delivered what turned out to


be his final speech, telling a rally of
striking sanitation workers in
Memphis, Tennessee, that “I’ve been
to the mountaintop” and “seen the Promised Land. I may not
get there with you. But I want you to know tonight that we,
as a people, will get to the Promised Land!”
In  1 7 7 6 , George Washington received an honorary Doctor
of Laws degree from Harvard College.
In  1 8 6 0 , the legendary Pony Express began carrying mail
between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California.
(The delivery system lasted only 18 months before giving
way to the transcontinental telegraph.)
In  1 8 8 2 , outlaw Jesse James was shot to death in St.
Joseph, Missouri, by Robert Ford, a member of James’ gang.
In  1 9 3 6 , Bruno Hauptmann was electrocuted in Trenton,
New Jersey, for the kidnap-murder of Charles Lindbergh Jr.
In  1 9 4 2 , during World War II, Japanese forces began their
REUTERS
final assault on Bataan against American and Filipino troops
who surrendered six days later; the capitulation was followed Guests hold up props during a VIP media preview ahead of the opening of The Museum of Selfies in Glendale.
by the notorious Bataan Death March.
In  1 9 4 6 , Lt. Gen. Masaharu Homma, the Japanese com- In other news ...
mander held responsible for the Bataan Death March, was
‘Miraculous’: Teen survives 12 Rescuers gave until he was found, authorities said.
executed by firing squad outside Manila.
him immediate
In  1 9 4 8 , President Harry S. Truman signed the Marshall hours in Los Angeles sewage medical attention, Couple who met in supermarket
Plan, designed to help European allies rebuild after World including hosing
War II and resist communism. LOS ANGELES — A 13-year-old boy marry amid veggies in Aisle 13
was miraculously rescued Monday him down to get rid
In 1 9 6 5 , the United States launched the SNAP-10A nuclear of the sewage and LOWER BURRELL, Pa. —
after falling into a river of sewage in
power system into Earth orbit; it was the first nuclear reactor cleaning out his Attention all shoppers: wedding in
Los Angeles, getting swept away and
sent into space. eyes and nose with Aisle 13.
spending more than 12 hours in the
toxic environment of the city’s maze- sterile saline, A couple who met at a supermarket
Birthdays like underground pipeline system.
Jesse Hernandez had been playing
Jesse
Hernandez
Humphrey said.
Jesse immediate-
have tied the knot there with canned
carrots and peas among their wedding
with other children on wooden planks ly asked for a cell- guests.
over an access portal to the sewer sys- phone to call his family. A worker
handed him a phone, and he called his The Valley News Dispatch reported
tem during a family outing Sunday at a 69-year-old Larry Spiering and 61-
Los Angeles park. When a plank mom.
“He was happy, the family was year-old Becky Smith married Sunday
broke, Jesse fell about 25 feet and at the Community Supermarket in
landed in fast-moving sewage, said happy,” said Hagekhalil, adding that
rescuers were thrilled at the outcome. Lower Burrell, where they met 10
Brian Humphrey, a spokesman for the years ago.
Los Angeles Fire Department. After an accident like Jesse’s, res-
cuers say the likelihood of someone Smith said she was working at the
The other children immediately
being found safe diminishes by the supermarket when Spiering walked up
Singer Wayne Comedian-actor
Actor Alec Baldwin notified adults, who called 911, initi-
hour. and gave her a piece of paper with his
Newton is 76. is 60. Eddie Murphy is ating a frantic and exhaustive 12-hour
“They never gave up hope,” he said. name and phone number on it. She
57. search of labyrinthine underground
“They wanted to bring Jesse back to said it was only fitting that they mar-
Actress-singer Doris Day is 96. Conservationist Dame Jane pipes using cameras propped on flota-
his family.” ried in the aisle where they met.
Goodall is 84. Actor William Gaunt is 81. Songwriter Jeff tion devices.
Rescuers finally found Jesse after About 2,400 feet of pipe had been The couple said they picked April 1,
Barry is 80. Actor Eric Braeden is 77. Actress Marsha Mason inspected when rescuers found Jesse which was Easter Sunday, because it
is 76. Comedy writer Pat Proft is 71. Folk-rock singer Richard seeing images of handprints on a
sewage pipe. A sanitation crew rushed less than a mile from where he disap- was close to two other important
Thompson is 69. Country musician Curtis Stone (Highway peared. He was taken to a hospital for dates: Spiering celebrates his birth-
101) is 68. Blues singer-guitarist John Mooney is 63. Rock to the area and opened a manhole.
“The first thing they heard was a full evaluation and to be reunited day on April 2, Smith on April 3.
musician Mick Mars (Motley Crue) is 62. Actor David Hyde with his family.
Pierce is 59. Rock singer John Thomas Griffith (Cowboy ‘Help!”’ said Adel Hagekhalil, assis- The judge who performed the cere-
tant general manager of the sanitation In addition to the massive rescue mony said it was his first wedding at a
Mouth) is 58. Rock singer-musician Mike Ness (Social effort involving more than 100 peo-
department. grocery store. Store owner George
Distortion) is 56. Rock singer Sebastian Bach is 50. Rock ple, Humphrey credited Jesse for his
The crew lowered down a hose to Thimons said he was glad to accom-
musician James MacDonough is 48. Olympic gold medal ski survival. Not only did he survive get-
Jesse, who was about 11 feet deep in modate the couple.
racer Picabo Street is 47. Actress Jennie Garth is 46. Actor ting swept through sewage moving at
Jamie Bamber is 45. Actor Adam Scott is 45. Christian rock the pipe. Smith said after the ceremony the
“He caught onto the hose and was 15 mph (24 kph), he managed to find wedding was just what they wanted,
musician Drew Shirley (Switchfoot) is 44. Comedian Aries a pocket of breathable air and hang on
Spears is 43. Actor Matthew Goode is 40. reeled back up,” Hagekhalil said. “something nice and easy.”

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
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Unscramble these four Jumbles, Tues day :  Partly cloudy. Highs in the
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12 27 29 30 47 19 in the 60s.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • April 3, 2018 3


Continuation school relocation pushes forward Police reports

School district OKs Burlingame move, plus potentially exercising eminent domain Not as think as you drunk I am
Customers threatened employees for
By Austin Walsh With an expectation that the expansive not selling alcohol at a business on
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF San Bruno campus could soon be vacant, Plaza Lane in Burlingame, it was report-
Comment on ed at 7:47 p.m. Wednesday, March 7.
officials have held previous discussions
or share this story at regarding proper future uses for the site.
San Mateo Union High School District
officials took a sizable step ahead in moving www.smdailyjournal.com Some talks circled around selling much of the
the continuation high school from a remote land to a residential developer to finance BELMONT
San Bruno campus nearer to the homes of the district needing to employ eminent construction of teacher housing at Mills Reckl es s dri v ers . A vehicle was seen
most students. domain. High School. swerving into oncoming traffic on
The district Board of Trustees unanimously McManus said officials searched exten- Lees Dwyer said officials for now are Chesterson Avenue, it was reported at 1:47
agreed Thursday, March 29, to proceed with sively for land appropriate to accommodate focused on the Peninsula relocation effort, p.m. Friday, March 23.
plans to acquire a commercial building on the the new campus, and ultimately landed on the but suggested a more detailed examination of Arre s t . Someone was arrested after an
Burlingame Bayfront to build a new Burlingame property following it’s prior the Crestmoor site, which closed as a com- attempt to serve a warrant on Tahoe Drive, it
Peninsula Alternative High School campus. listing on the sales market. prehensive school in 1980, is in order later. was reported at 1:29 p.m. Friday, March 23.
The approval also certifies the district’s She acknowledged acquiring the land “The topic of teacher housing will come Theft. A package containing a cellphone
right to use eminent domain for acquiring the through eminent domain is not ideal, and is back and we will talk about that again. And was stolen from a residence on Irene Court,
site at 858 Hinkley Road, as officials believe hopeful another outcome can be identified. it’s not just teacher housing, it’s staff hous- it was reported at 9:52 a.m. Friday, March
the property east of Highway 101 is an ideal “It’s a tough situation, but there was no ing. That is a conversation that we will be 23.
site for a new high school. other property,” she said. “The market has having in the next few months,” said Lees Hazardo us s i tuati o n. Someone had found
“It’s an excellent opportunity for our stu- been incredibly tight for commercial proper- Dwyer. wires hanging from a tree on Notre Dame
dents,” said board President Linda Lees ty.” But before those conversations get off the Avenue and Middle Road, it was reported at
Dwyer. “We have a good number of students School officials have appraised the site ground, Lees Dwyer said it is imperative offi- 8:53 a.m. Friday, March 23.
who live more south in our district and we and based on the evaluation set aside $5.6 cials assure the continuation school’s reloca-
were busing them to San Bruno and the time million for purchasing it, said McManus. tion is completed. FOSTER CITY
on the bus was too long. It really made a dif- “We have offered that to the property own- “It’s a step-by-step process. We need to
acquire the land, start the construction and S mo k i n g o rdi n an c e v i o l at i o n .
ference for the students who also held jobs ers,” she said. “We have a responsibility to Someone reported he smelled marijuana
too.” be fiscally prudent, but on the other side, we get to a place where we can get some dates for
students moving so we can think about next smoke on Beach Park Boulevard, it was
The decision stands to end a yearslong want to be fair. We feel that is a fair and rea- reported at 7:22 p.m. Thursday, March 29.
search by officials to find an alternative site sonable price.” steps,” she said.
Under the approval allowing the district to Heal th and s afety co de v i o l ati o n. A
to house the school currently located on the While talks between the property owner
move full speed ahead toward development of resident of San Francisco was cited and
former Crestmoor High School campus. and district representatives continue,
the new campus, McManus said officials are released at San Mateo County General
But the process is not finished yet, noted McManus said officials will submit plans for
ready to offer students a state-of-the-art Hospital for possession of drugs, parapher-
assistant superintendent Elizabeth construction of three new school buildings at
school. nalia, shoplifting and destroying evidence
McManus, as officials still need to work with the site to the state department charged with
“This has been the board’s greatest interest on East Hillsdale Boulevard, it was reported
the property owner to finalize the acquisi- authorizing campus construction plans.
The facility comprised of nearly 15,000 — making sure we have a 21st century facili- at 7:11 p.m. Thursday, March 29.
tion.
She said the two sides have been in formal square feet spread across two-story modular ty centrally located for students and I think Di s turbance. Someone reported a subject
talks regarding the district’s interest in the buildings should be completed by 2020, if they are feeling very, very comfortable mak- being difficult on Edgewater Boulevard, it
site and hopes they will continue without all goes as planned, said McManus. ing this happen,” she said. was reported at 2:56 p.m. Thursday, March
29.

Man gets two years prison Local brief


for residential burglary trove of jewelry, which was never recovered,
A Redwood City man who pleaded no con- according to prosecutors.
test to residential burglary was sentenced to On Aug. 17, 2015, Bedolla, who was on
two years in state prison Monday for taking misdemeanor probation for car theft, is
$100,000 in jewelry from a home on Valota believed to have entered the home by break-
Road in 2015, according to the San Mateo ing the bathroom window and climbing into
County District Attorney’s Office. it, leaving blood on the screen that police
Francisco Bedolla, 22, will receive 288 later used to create a DNA profile, according
days credit for time served and will next to prosecutors.
appear in court May 15 for a receipt of In January 2017, police learned of a like-
restitution report, according to prosecu- ly match to Bedolla in CODIS, the FBI’s
tors. DNA database enabling federal, state and
A bathroom window screen with Bedolla’s local forensic laboratories to compare DNA
blood on it ultimately linked him to the profiles. Further forensic testing verified
crime that left a Redwood City resident with the blood on the victim’s window was
a ransacked home and without a treasure Bedolla’s, according to prosecutors.
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4 Tuesday • April 3, 2018 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

FBI seeks help in Local briefs Flor Maria Argüello Local briefs Services were held under the direc-
tion of Sneider & Sullivan &
identifying ‘Big Man Flor Maria Argüello, age 75, O’Connell’s Funeral Home in San
will hit the Bay Area beginning Funeral Mass is 10 a.m. April 4 at
Bandit’ serial bank robber Thursday and several locations may
passed away on Holy Thursday,
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Mateo, CA. Inurnment at Skylawn
March 29, Memorial Park in San Mateo, CA.
The FBI is looking for a serial see heavy rainfall through Saturday 2018, at the www.crippenflynn.com.
bank robber they’ve nicknamed the morning.
“Big Man National Weather Service offi-
K a i s e r
Tina Hartanto Giulia Rosa Figone
Permanente
Bandit” who hit cials said the rain pattern begins Santa Clara Tina Hartanto was born on Feb. Giulia Rosa Figone of Millbrae
banks in San with a large area of moisture Medical Center. 7, 1925, in Indonesia as the passed away at home on March 27,
Jose and San streaming up to California from She was born on youngest of 2018.
Mateo in a span Hawaii. Jan. 29, 1943, nine children. She was the
of a week in It will bring an “atmospheric in San Jose, She passed away loving wife of
March. river” with light to moderate rain Costa Rica, to peacefully sur- the late
The suspect and possible heavy rain in the rounded by fam- Gi o v a n n i
Enrique and Escolastica Molina, and
robbed banks in North Bay and coastal areas. ily on March Figone. She is
is the second to last child of nine.
San Jose on There will be 0.75 inches to 2 27, 2018. Tina survived by her
Big Man Bandit March 15 and in She was a longtime resident of
inches of rain in urban areas, and up was a devoted son Richard
Belmont, California. She is sur-
San Mateo on to 4 inches of rain in the North Figone, her
vived by her two children, Jennifer wife to
March 17 and March 23. In each Bay, according to the weather serv- granddaughter,
and Juan Fernando, granddaughter Hindrawan, and
robbery, he handed the teller a note ice. Joanna Figone and great-grand-
Juanita, and many other loving rel- a loving mother to Jauw (MaryLou),
that demanded money and stated he Winds will pick up throughout mother of Adam Figone; her three
atives and friends. Martin (Carol) and Sri (Simon). She
had a gun, FBI officials said. the week and may reach speeds of surviving sisters in Italy; Anna
Starting in her teens she worked was adored by her nine grandchil-
The suspect is described as a 30 mph to 45 mph near mountain Sforza, Fernanda Colugnat and
ridge areas. for over 15 years as a salesperson dren: Chris, Angela (Michael), Lisa
white man who is about 6 feet tall Angela Zappettini. Giulia is also
for a pharmaceutical company in (Scott), Cheryl, Shaun, Anastasia
with a large build and weighs survived by her daughter-in-law,
around 300 pounds. He has been ‘Suspicious items’ Costa Rica. In 1975, she immigrat- (Anthony), Catherine, Jason and
ed to California to marry her kinder- Andrea. She was fortunate to be Julie Figone. She was preceded in
described as wearing an Oakland connected to student project death by her son, Daniel Figone.
Raiders or Golden State Warriors garten sweetheart Juan Argüello. loved by her five great-grandchil-
They married on May 24, 1975, in dren: Kayla, Karia, Isaiah, She was a native of Varese Ligura,
ball cap, a light sweater or jacket “Suspicious items” found in one Italy, age 94.
and jeans in each robbery. of Stanford University’s academic Burlingame. Flor was a loving Maverick and Aviana.
mother and wife, a devout Catholic, In Indonesia, Tina was an entre- Family and friends may visit after
The bandit’s vehicle is believed buildings were deemed not danger-
and inspiring member of her com- preneur, founding and managing her 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 3, at
to be a four-door Cadillac Seville ous after authorities found they
munity. She is fondly remembered own plastics manufacturing compa- Chapel of the Highlands, 194
with a model year from the mid- to were part of a student project,
as a spiritual leader and role model ny. She worked hard to build a busi- Millwood Drive, at the El Camino
late-1990s, according to the FBI. according to the school’s
to all who crossed her path. Flor ness while raising three ambitious Real intersection in Millbrae and
Anyone with information about Department of Public Safety.
Officers wrapped up an investiga- was known for nurturing people children. She helped them become then will proceed to St. Dunstan
the robberies should contact the Catholic Church, 1133 Broadway,
FBI’s San Francisco Division at tion after learning the items were around her with love and faith. Her the first in the family to graduate
related to the Stanford Online High family and many friends loved her college, and enabled her two sons Millbrae, where the funeral mass
(415) 553-7400 or go to will be celebrated at 11 a.m.
tips.fbi.gov. School, according to an alert post- dearly. to move to the United States in the
ed at 9:57 a.m. “May she rest in peace and her early 1970s. She eventually joined Committal will follow at Holy
Cross Cemetery in Colma.
‘Pineapple Express’ may Cordura Hall, the building that spirit live on through others.” them along with her husband,
In lieu of flowers, consider a
students and faculty were evacuated Vigil Service 7 p.m. April 3 at daughter and son-in-law. She loved
bring up to 4 inches of rain from around 8:15 a.m., was Crippen & Flynn, Belmont. traveling, gardening and being with donation in her memory to your
“Pineapple Express” showers reopened, officers said. her loved ones. favorite charity.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL/STATE Tuesday • April 3, 2018 5


Late storms slow state’s
dive back into drought Station for the survey.
By Rich Pedroncelli
and Ellen Knickmeyer Gehrke measured 32.1 inchesof snow with
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a metal rod, one of hundreds of manual and
electronic readings the state uses to gauge
PHILLIPS STATION — A stormy close to Sierra snowpack.
California’s rainy season has slowed the Californians may have caught a break
state’s plunge back into drought, bringing thanks to the late-season storms, but “it’s
the vital Sierra Nevada snowpack to just not nearly where we would like to be,”
over half of average, water officials said Gehrke said.
Monday. California had only about a quarter of its
The welcome run of rain- and snowstorms normal snowpack going into March, typi-
last month more than doubled the state’s cally the last month of the rainy season.
Artist’s rendering of California’s high-speed rail. snow totals for the year, hiking it to 52 per- The dry winter sent most of arid Southern
cent of normal. California sliding back into drought, less

Lawmakers remain skeptical about Runoff from snow historically supplies a


third of California’s water, and the April
snow survey done Monday typically is the
than a year after Gov. Jerry Brown ended the
state’s drought emergency.
A near-record wet winter in 2016-17
snapped the previous five-year drought,
most important for gauging how much — or
costly high-speed rail completion how little — water California’s cities, farms
and wildlife can expect after the winter.
“A good March, but certainly not a
which triggered a 25 percent water-conser-
vation order for cities and towns.
Despite this year’s drier than normal
By Kathleen Ronayne Bakersfield to San Francisco, the authori-
great March, ” state snow-survey chief weather, state reservoirs remain fuller than
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ty’s first priority.
usual thanks to water held over from the pre-
Money for the project comes from rough- Frank Gehrke told news crews who fol-
vious winter.
SACRAMENTO — High-speed rail execu- ly $10 billion in bonds approved by voters lowed him to the snow-covered Phillips
tives asked skeptical lawmakers Monday to in 2008, federal stimulus dollars and rev-
provide more stable, long-term funding for enue from the state’s cap-and-trade program Police looking at ‘red flags’ Around the Bay
that raises money from companies that
greenhouse gases. The cap-and-trade before California cliff crash
the bullet train in the face of ballooning
costs. release Police said Monday that social service
program is only enshrined in law until SEATTLE — Investigators said Monday authorities in Oregon contacted the West
Brian Kelly, the project’s chief executive, 2030. they were examining “red flags” in a Linn Police Department about the family in
said he has only about a third of the money The rail authority has asked lawmakers to Washington state family’s past in hopes of 2013 while they were living in the area.
needed to complete the project, now pegged extend it to 2050 and to finance the high- explaining why their SUV went off a 100-
at costing $77 billion. It’s supposed to be speed rail costs against it. The questions were referred to the Oregon
foot cliff in an apparent suicide plunge. Department of Human Services, which cited
up and running between San Francisco and It’s an ambitious and politically fraught The wreckage was discovered last week on
Los Angeles by 2033. Lawmakers and ana- request; a ballot measure up for a vote this rocks along the coast near Mendocino, privacy laws in refusing to confirm or deny
lysts questioned whether the project can year would let lawmakers reshuffle cap-and- California, a few days after child welfare the agency was involved.
realistically be finished. Long before the crash, Sarah Hart pleaded
trade spending in 2024. That means high- authorities in Washington began investi-
“A complete and viable funding plan does speed rail critics could push to cut off its gating whether the children were being guilty in 2011 to a domestic assault charge
not exist,” said Tom Van Heeke of the funding source. in Minnesota over what she said was a
abused or neglected. spanking given to one of her children. And
Legislative Analyst’s Office. “You’re betting against chickens that The Hart family’s two moms and three of last month, concerned neighbors in
Kelly spoke before the Assembly’s trans- aren’t hatched yet, on money that you do the six adopted children were found dead; the Woodland, Washington, contacted child
portation committee for an oversight hear- not have, and you’re telling us this is your three others are missing and presumed dead, welfare authorities, saying the children may
ing on the California High-Speed Rail business model and this is your plan?” asked possibly washed out to sea. have been going hungry.
Authority’s draft 2018 business plan. Republican Assemblyman Devon Mathis, a
Released last month, it showed a steep jump high-speed rail skeptic.
in costs and an extended timeline, raising Democratic Assemblyman Jim Frazier, Obituary
questions about the project’s future. chair of the transportation committee,
The Legislature provides oversight and praised Kelly for being honest about the Randall John Steele
funding for the project. project’s costs and urged his colleague’s to Mr. Steele, passed away, February 22, 2018 in Fresno, CA and was born February
The authority has in hand between $20 consider its long-term benefits. But even he 19, 1946 in San Bruno, CA. He had lived in Coarsegold, CA for the past 2 years. His
billion and $28 billion of the project’s like- acknowledged the challenges ahead. interests were Automobile restoration and especially enjoyed spending time with his
ly $77 billion price tag. That’s not quite “Proceeding with this project will not be children and grandchildren. He had worked for Ford Motor Co. for 30 years.
enough to complete a segment from for the faint of heart,” he said. He is survived by his wife Machelle Steele; son David Steele and his wife Wende;
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Trump administration sues California over sales of U.S. land


By Jonathan J. Cooper has enacted an extreme state law attempt-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing to frustrate federal policy,” Attorney
General Jeff Sessions said in a statement.
SACRAMENTO — The U.S. Department The federal lawsuit comes less than a
of Justice on Wednesday sued California month after Sessions visited Sacramento
over a law that aims to give the state power to announce he was suing California over
to override the sale of federal lands, the lat- laws that restrict cooperation with federal
est battle between President Donald Trump immigration authorities. The state has
and the nation’s most populous state. sparred with the federal government in and
California vowed to fight for the state’s out of court over a wide range of immigra-
first right to purchase federal lands or to tion and environmental policies, most
arrange for a specific buyer — part of an recently over vehicle emissions standards
aggressive effort in the heavily and offshore drilling.
Democratic state to thwart the president’s Sessions decried the mounting litigation
agenda in his first year. Lawmakers who between the Justice Department,
passed the law last year cited concerns that California and other states asking judges
the Trump administration would allow to invalidate pieces of the Trump agenda.
more logging, oil drilling or development In a lengthy statement Monday, he blasted
on some of the 46 million acres owned by “ideological judging” and “limitless
the federal government in California. injunctions” that he says allow just one
The Justice Department lawsuit, filed in judge to tie up the administration’s poli-
federal court in Sacramento, argues that the cies.
state has no power to interfere with federal “Government-by-litigation isn’t what
land sales, citing the Constitution and the the American people voted for and attempt-
REUTERS FILE PHOTO 1850 act of Congress that admitted ing to thwart an administration’s elected
United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions visits families of opioid overdose victims at the California to the union. agenda through endless, meritless lawsuits
U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Kentucky. “Once again, the California Legislature is a dangerous precedent,” Sessions said.

Kentucky, Oklahoma teachers rally as rebellion grows


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS es of about $6,100, or 15 to 18 percent. But week at a second job teaching online cours- said teachers should keep up the pressure.
some educators — who haven’t seen a pay es for a charter school. Two separate bills pending in the
OKLAHOMA CITY — The state Capitol in increase in 10 years — say that isn’t good Fallin on Monday praised the Oklahoma’s Legislature to expand tribal gambling and
Kentucky filled with teachers protesting enough and walked out. GOP-led Legislature’s achievement in eliminate the income tax deduction for cap-
pension changes and demanding generous The state’s largest teachers union has approving part of what teacher’s want. ital gains could generate more than $100
school funding Monday, and thousands of demanded a $10,000 pay raise for educators “Significant revenue-raising measures million in additional funding each year.
Oklahoma educators walked out of class- over three years, $5,000 for support per- were approved to make this pay raise and “I think the Republican strategy is to wait
rooms in the latest evidence of teacher sonnel and a $75 million increase in fund- additional school funding possible,” the the teachers out,” Walke said.
rebellion in some Republican-led states. ing this year. Republican said in a statement. “We must be Oklahoma ranks 47th among states and
Many Oklahoma schools were closed “If I didn’t have a second job, I’d be on responsible not to neglect other areas of the District of Columbia in public school
Monday, and districts announced plans to food stamps,” said Rae Lovelace, a single need in the state such as corrections and revenue per student while its average
stay shut into Tuesday with teacher demon- mom and a third-grade teacher at Leedey health and human services as we continue to teacher salary of $45, 276 ranked 49th
strations expected to last a second day. Public Schools in northwest Oklahoma. consider additional education funding meas- before the latest raises, according to the
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed legis- Lovelace, among many teachers who moon- ures. most recent statistics from the National
lation last week granting teachers pay rais- light for extra pay , works 30 to 40 hours a But Democratic lawmaker Collin Walke Education Association.

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Around the nation
Senator says Bolton is
wary of North Korea stall tactics
WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of
South Carolina says he’s glad John Bolton will serve as
President Donald Trump’s national secu-
rity adviser going into talks with North
Korea.
A U.S.-North Korean summit is slated
for May.
Graham says he had dinner with Bolton
a couple of nights ago and the hawkish
former U.N. ambassador expressed fears
that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is
John Bolton “just buying time.”
Graham is urging negotiations that are
focused and designed for quick action, saying “we don’t
want to give him nine months or a year to talk and build a
missile at the same time.”
Still, Graham says he’d like Trump to meet with North
Korea and pursue an agreement for that nation to give up its
nuclear program.
Graham spoke on “Fox News Sunday.”

Fort Worth police investigate


video of black man’s arrest
FORT WORTH, Texas — The Fort Worth Police
REUTERS
Department is investigating a weekend arrest in which a
Donald Trump arrives at Palm Beach International Airport.
white officer was caught on video kneeling on a black

Trump pushes Republicans to


man’s back and punching him while a black officer kneed
him.
In the 50-second video of Saturday’s arrest posted on
Facebook by the Next Generation Action Network, which

use ‘nuclear option’ on border so-called Dreamer immigrants “dead,” rent law, unaccompanied children from
organizes demonstrations against police abuse, two Fort
Worth police officers can be seen restraining Forrest Curry
as he lies face-down in the street. A white officer kneels on
By Jill Colvin Curry’s back and repeatedly punches him as he cries, “Why
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS claimed the U.S. has “no effective bor- countries that don’t border the U.S. the f--- are you punching me? Why?” A black officer next to
der laws” and warned Mexico to halt would be placed under the supervision Curry knees him repeatedly in his side.
the passage of “caravans” of illegal of the Department of Health and Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald said in a statement Sunday
WASHINGTON — Trump administra- Human Services and undergo often-
immigrants or risk retribution. that the officers were responding to a call for backup from
tion officials said Monday they’re lengthy deportation proceedings
“They must stop the big drug and fire department personnel, who told the officers that Curry
crafting a new legislative package before an immigration judge instead of
people flows, or I will stop their cash “appeared to be intoxicated and had attempted to assault
aimed at closing immigration “loop- being deported.
cow, NAFTA. NEED WALL!” he wrote. them.”
holes,” hours after the president called
Trump has been seething over immi- The administration is also pushing
on Republicans in Congress to imme-
diately pass a border bill using the
gration since realizing the major Congress to terminate a 1997 court Alabama lawmaker, lobbyist
spending bill he signed last month settlement that requires the govern- charged in bribery scheme
“Nuclear Option if necessary” to mus-
barely funds the “big, beautiful” border ment to release children from custody
cle it through. wall he has promised his supporters. MONTGOMERY, Ala. — An Alabama legislator and a lob-
“Border Patrol Agents (and ICE) are to parents, adult relatives or other
The $1. 3 trillion funding package byist who once chaired the Alabama Republican Party
GREAT, but the weak Dem laws don’t caretakers as their cases make their
included $1.6 billion in border wall appeared in federal court Monday on conspiracy charges
allow them to do their job. Act now way through immigration court.
spending, but much of that money can related to payments made to another lawmaker to advance
Congress, our country is being Officials complain that many children
be used only to repair existing seg- an insurance bill.
stolen!” President Donald Trump wrote never show up at their hearings.
ments, not to build new sections. State Republican Rep. Jack D. Williams of Vestavia Hills
in a series of sometimes-misleading Among the measures the administra- The proposals appear the same as and lobbyist Marty Connors were arrested and charged
tweets, fired off after returning from a tion is pursuing: ending special safe- those included on a White House immi- Monday with conspiracy to commit bribery and mail fraud,
holiday weekend spent in Florida with guards that prevent the immediate gration wish list that was released in authorities said. Each appeared shackled at the waist and
several immigration hardliners. deportation of children arrested at the October but failed to gain traction dur- wrists before U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles S. Coody in
Trump also declared protections for border and traveling alone. Under cur- ing negotiations over the border wall. Montgomery.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan S. Ross said Williams
and Connors were arrested at their homes Monday morning.
U.S. opens door to possible Trump-Putin White House meeting Neither has a lawyer or entered a plea, but both indicated
that they plan to hire counsel. Each was being released on
By Ken Thomas White House when George W. Bush at the White House in bail.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS they spoke by tele- 2005. Alarms rang in diplomatic and
phone last month. foreign policy circles over the
White House press prospect that Trump might offer Putin
WASHINGTON — The Trump admin- secretary Sarah that venue without confronting him
istration opened the door to a poten- Huckabee Sanders about Russia’s interference in the
tial White House meeting between responded that the 2016 presidential election or allega-
President Donald Trump and Russian White House was tions that Russia masterminded the
President Vladimir Putin on Monday, among “a number March 4 nerve agent attack on a former
raising the possibility of an Oval Vladimir Putin of potential ven- Russian double agent.
Office welcome for Putin for the first ues” discussed. “It would confer a certain normaliza-
time in more than a decade even as rela- Both sides said they hadn’t started tion of relations and we’re certainly
tions between the two powers have preparations for such a visit. not in a normal space,” said Alina
deteriorated. If it happens, Putin would be getting Polyakova, a foreign policy fellow at
The Kremlin said Monday that Trump the honor of an Oval Office tete-a-tete the Brookings Institution. “Nothing
had invited the Russian leader to the for the first time since he met President about this is normal.”

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Around the nation


Shulkin says he has ‘comfort’
with potential successor at VA
WASHINGTON — Former Veterans Affairs Secretary David
Shulkin downplayed concerns about his potential succes-
sor’s lack of managerial experience
Monday, saying the key for improving
the VA will be surrounding White House
doctor Ronny Jackson with a good team
“because no one person can do this
alone.”
Shulkin and the White House have
engaged in a highly public campaign sur-
rounding his departure from the VA last
David Shulkin week. Shulkin said he was fired. The
White House said he resigned.
On Monday, Shulkin told CNN there was
no reason he would resign. He said he had
been given a heads-up on his ouster by
Chief of Staff John Kelly moments before
President Donald Trump tweeted it.
Shulkin said he supports the person
President Donald Trump selected to
replace him.
“I have comfort because I know Dr.
Ronny Jackson Jackson,” Shulkin said. “Dr. Jackson is a
very honorable man who wants to do the
right thing.”
Shulkin’s comments represented a different tone from the REUTERS
fractious back-and-forth Sunday when the White House hit Palestinians react as they evacuate a wounded person during clashes with Israeli troops at the Israel-Gaza border.
back at Shulkin for claiming that he was fired from his job
and that he was only informed about it shortly before
President Donald Trump tweeted about his replacement. Gaza Strip toll rises to 18, Israel
U.S. Rep. Esty won’t seek
re-election amid harassment queries rejects excessive force claims
By Fares Akram and Karin Laub an independent investigation. staged the mass march as a cover for
HARTFORD, Conn. — U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty
announced on Monday she will not seek re-election this year THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hamas, which organized Friday’s attacks. He said there were five
amid calls for her resignation over her mass march, has not said if the final attempts to cross the fence, including
handling of the firing of a former chief of aim of future protests — to be staged with cutters, and that three explosives
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Israel’s were planted.
staff accused of harassment, threats and off and on for the next six weeks —is a
military rejected new allegations
violence against female staffers in her mass breach of the border fence. He said at least 11 of those killed
Monday of unlawful use of force
congressional office. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh on were members of militant groups,
against unarmed Palestinians during
Esty, a Democrat from Connecticut and Sunday hinted at an escalation, saying including two who opened fire on sol-
mass protests in Gaza last week, as the
an outspoken (hash)MeToo advocate, last Friday’s protests had a “limit,” but diers near the border, but would not say
Palestinian death toll rose to 18.
made the announcement not to seek a that it’s not clear where that limit how the others were killed. He defined
fourth term in the November election days Israeli troops prevented a mass
breach of the border fence and an would be next time. a wide range of actions near the fence
Elizabeth Esty after apologizing for not protecting her attempt by Gaza’s Islamic militant In Friday’s march, thousands of as terrorism, including throwing
employees from the male ex-chief of staff. stones and burning tires.
Hamas to “drag us into a catastrophe,” Palestinians — Israel estimated a
Since her Friday apology, which came after two news
said Brig. Gen. Ronen Manelis, an turnout of 35,000 — headed toward the The military’s open-fire policies
organizations published articles about her handling of the
army spokesman. He denied soldiers border area along several points from came under more scrutiny as amateur
matter, a growing number of fellow Democrats, including the
acted unlawfully, but said some mis- the north to the south of Gaza. Smaller videos emerged purportedly showing
top two in the Connecticut Senate, had urged her to resign.
takes might have been made and would groups moved closer to the border two Palestinians being shot — one
The congresswoman, who insisted last week she would not
be investigated. fence, throwing stones, hurling fire- killed and one wounded — while not
resign, said Monday she determined “it is in the best interest
Israel’s defense minister had previ- bombs or burning tires. posing any apparent immediate threat
of my constituents and my family to end my time in
Congress at the end of this year and not seek re-election.” ously rejected international calls for Manelis alleged Monday that Hamas to soldiers.

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Tenant protections done well The firm foundation
T
positive effect.

G
he Redwood City Council did
last week what many other
city officials have yet to be
Editorial It is also noteworthy that the city
was able to make these steps in what
eology — the science of Earth’s structure and the
conditions that change it — teaches us the power
of time and pressure. No matter how ancient and
able to do — pass tenant protection needs, but they can also opt for can become a cauldron of enmity that majestic the mountain; no matter how firm the rock may
measures through a public process. another one-year lease with the same too often leads to paralysis or con- appear; enough pressure and time will chip away at any frag-
Depending on where you stand, the rent for the 12 months. This provides tentious ballot measures. ile surface and ultimately expose its foundation. If that foun-
measures are too much, or not some stability for not only the renter, When it comes to addressing the dation is weak at its core, the mountain will fall by the
enough. But they are measures intend- but also the property owner as they issue of housing in this county, there process of erosion.
ed to protect tenants who have been know that there is an agreement to are no easy answers and many opin- Like the great and seemingly indestructible mountain that
forced out of their homes by landlords have a tenant in place for a set period ions about what is most effective. holds beneath its surface a weak core, history teaches us that
intending other uses for their proper- of time. County officials have organized a with enough pressure and time,
ty. While that is a business decision What makes these measures good is Home For All effort that seeks to nations face the possibility of
for the property owner, displacing that they work to protect vulnerable gather resources and information, in destruction when rooted in weak
tenants for another use — whether it tenants without placing an undue bur- addition to taking small bites of the foundations. Jesus acknowledged
be remodeling or demolishing — will den on the property owner. It is also apple when it comes to tenant protec- that when storms strike the foun-
result in higher revenue for the prop- not a form of rent control, which has tion through ordinances aimed at dation of a house built upon sand,
erty owner. And the cost of making been proven to have mixed results in keeping mobile home residents in it is bound to collapse. By con-
that revenue will now include assis- keeping rents low for everyone. place and ensuring that housing is trast, a house built upon bedrock
tance for those living there, as long Additionally, the City Council opted maintained. While more can be done can withstand the strongest of
as they meet certain income require- to review the ordinance in one year to on that front, it appears that Redwood headwinds, rain and torrents.
ments or have other needs. assess whether there were any unin- City has set the example of how to The Roman Empire reigned as
The council also passed an ordi- tended consequences. That’s smart, enact protections in a responsible and the world’s superpower for more
nance that establishes minimum lease since there is always the possibility responsive way through the public than 500 years. The Empire was
of unintended consequences and, when process. While no one is exactly built in large part on a foundation Jonathan Madison
terms so renters will have some sense
contending with large-scale invest- of blood and terror, marking the
of stability after their typical lease happy, that is the nature of political
genesis of the most horrific forms of torture, blood sport
expires. Tenants can choose to go ments, it is a good idea to make sure compromise and a measure of effec- and capital punishment our world has ever known. Fear and
month to month, depending on their that whatever change actually has a tive leadership. distraction were tools employed to sustain power. Money
and power were the pillars in which the Empire trusted. As a
Letters to the editor result, in the Empire’s later stages, the population grew
increasingly apathetic and pessimistic about life. This pre-
vailing apathy was reflected in a reluctance by the elite to
Where is everybody The only feasible path to stop this Why stricter guns laws sew into poor families and communities, an insatiable
is state Sen. Scott Wiener’s Senate
supposed to live? Bill 827 bill, which would allow the will not stop the shootings appetite for entertaining distractions, and an incessant need
to spend beyond its means. The Roman Empire, once majes-
Editor, development of new housing along Editor, tic and seemingly indestructible, ultimately failed to with-
I am glad to see that Brisbane has the Caltrain line and El Camino Real, The reason why there is now more stand the test of pressure and time when its weak foundation
finally made a step toward developing whether cities want it or not. support for stricter gun control laws was exposed.
the Baylands. I am concerned about Brisbane may have thought it was is because it is very one-sided. So, I The Roman Empire is just one of many nations through-
the proposed balance of jobs and pouring water on the fire, but it got would like to give you my side of why out history that failed to withstand headwinds, rain and tor-
housing. lighter fluid instead. stricter gun control laws, or even if it rents. Today, our nation’s foundations are being faced with
Four million square feet of office comes to the confiscation of all guns, similar force. At the surface, our nation appears to be a
space would hold about 26,000 work- Kevin Burke will never stop the shootings. When superpower immune to the same fate as nations that prede-
ers. The plan calls for 2,200 housing elected by the people, was President ceased us. At the core, our nation’s foundations are being
Belmont
units; with roommates, let’s say it Trump expected to be the next savior shaken by harrowing challenges. Consider the fact that
will cover 4,000 workers. Where are of the world and to “make America America currently has one of the lowest unemployment rates
the other 22,000 workers supposed to Metal versus flesh great again” with peace and prosperi- worldwide. However, our nation is also home to the world’s
live?  ty? Not a remote chance. I will give single largest prison population — more than 2.3 million
No city in the area is planning to Editor, you a simple reason why we are hav- individuals.
add housing for 22,000 people. Do drivers who park on rolled curb ing shootings and terrorist acts Consider the fact that our nation has the single largest
Certainly not without adding even sidewalks feel that the safety of their throughout the world and the disre- military and national defense system in place worldwide.
more jobs. San Francisco is moving vehicles takes precedence over the spect for all human life. Nonetheless, our nation has one of the highest homeless
forward with plans to add 40,000 jobs safety of sidewalk users? Are they Why is it that we started having populations in combat veterans — over 550,000.
and only 7,000 housing units in unaware of CVC 22500F violation? these problems after the ’60s? In the I take great pride in knowing our nation is waging the
SOMA. South San Francisco’s Oyster It appears as if the pedestrian/bicy- ’50s, we had no shootings, no terror- good fight against terrorism in foreign nations, but I cannot
Point plan would add office space for cle friendly master plan implemented ism, and respect for all life! It’s sim- reconcile the terror we often face on our beloved soil. Nearly
10,000 workers, and plans stalled in 2011 has overlooked neighbor- ple: Our country was based on 1,100 lives have been taken by mass shootings in our
this week to add 1,200 housing units hoods with rolled curb sidewalks. Christian principles and had God’s nation, with more than 170 being teenagers and children.
onsite and 800 units downtown. San Please, San Mateo City Council, loving protection. Now, in the ’60s, By material standards, our nation is one of the wealthiest
Mateo residents oppose 935 housing can a plan be implemented to deter the so called great sexual revolution on Earth. By moral standards, our nation is among the poor-
units near the Hayward Park train sta- this mindless behavior? San Mateo started. Next, what followed was the est. Consider the fact that nearly half of all marriages in our
tion. Police Department cannot monitor U.S. Supreme Court declaring war on country end in divorce. Consider that our nation has one of
We have seen this story play out these infractions 24/7. Perhaps sig- all Christian principles that caused the highest drug and alcohol dependency rates and subse-
before. We’ll have even more traffic nage can be a low-cost fix. the loss of God’s loving protection quently the highest drug overdose rates on Earth. If that is
on Highway 101 and the San Mateo- Population influx has put more dis- and gave the nation to the father of not enough evidence, consider the fact that sexual addic-
Hayward Bridge, as more people than tracted, speeding drivers into the 25 lies, Lucifer. tions have reached an all time-high, with more than 30 per-
ever start their workday in places like mph zones, ergo, sidewalk users Lastly, the solution to stop the cent of the internet consumed by pornography, and in which
Pleasanton (“Daily commute takes its should have the right to unimpeded shootings, all terrorist acts, and the more than 9 million Americans are admittedly confined to
toll” in the Nov. 16 edition of the use of a sidewalk and not be forced out disrespect for all human life is to sim- the addiction.
Daily Journal), Gilroy and Stockton onto these dangerous streets. ply go back to the Christian princi- These insatiable appetites are symptoms of a much deeper
and drive to the Peninsula. We’ll have Let safety rule. ples of God. problem — the desperate need to fill a void only love and
more gentrification and displacement, scrupulous values can satisfy. For generations, our nation
as those rich new workers shop for an M. Vigo Ross Foti has been rooted in power, greed and prejudice. Time and
apartment near their workplace and again, we learn a difficult lesson — that love is the
San Mateo Belmont strongest foundation upon which a nation can stand. We
price out existing tenants.
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Tech woes, tensions with China sink stocks


By Marley Jay drew scrutiny from the govern-
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS ment, as Facebook and Alphabet
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 24,123.80 have slumped recently on data pri-
NEW YORK — Stocks fell Low: 23,344.52 vacy concerns.
sharply on Monday as investors Close: 23,644.19 “It seems like the long arm of
responded to rising trade tensions Change: -458.92 the government is interfering
between the United States and with investors’ expectations,” he
OTHER INDEXES said. “Investors are pricing in an
China and mounting scrutiny of
big technology companies from S&P 500: 2581.88 -58.99 escalating trade war and regulation
consumers and politicians. NYSE Index: 12,216.71 -235.35 of tech companies.”
China imposed $3 billion of tar- Nasdaq: 6870.12 -193.33 Microsoft dropped 3 percent and
iffs on U.S. farm goods and other NYSE MKT: 2432.29 -24.00 Alphabet, Google’s parent compa-
exports, bringing the world’s two Russell 2000: 1492.53 -36.90 ny, shed 2.4 percent.
largest economies closer to a full- Wilshire 5000: 1492.53 -36.90 After a month of public negotia-
on trade conflict. tions between the U.S. and several
Amazon sank following week- 10-Yr Bond: 2.73 -0.00 other countries, Monday marked
end broadsides from President Oil (per barrel): 62.85 -2.09 the first time another country has
Donald Trump on Twitter, while Gold : 1,340.20 +17.40 placed tariffs on U.S. goods in
Facebook tumbled as a widening response to the Trump administra-
privacy scandal continued to although major indexes regained nificant. imported steel and aluminum that tion’s recent trade sanctions.
weigh on the company’s stock. some of their losses later in the “The fact that a country has actu- President Trump ordered last The price of gold climbed 1.2
The looming threat of tighter afternoon. The Dow lost 458.92 ally raised tariffs in retaliation is month. percent to $1,343.60 an ounce and
regulation of the tech sector in points, or 1. 9 percent, to an important step in the wrong Amazon fell another 5.2 per- silver jumped 2 percent to $16.60
Europe and the U. S. prompted 23,644.19. The S&P 500 index direction,” she said. “The tariffs cent. The online retailer has an ounce as some investors took
investors to pull money out of gave up 58.99 points, or 2.2 per- imposed by China today lead to slumped with the market recently, money out of stocks and looked
high-flying companies, such as cent, to 2,581.88. greater worries that we will see although it’s still up about 17 per- for safer investments.
Netflix, Microsoft and Alphabet, The Nasdaq composite slumped escalating tariffs and the possibil- cent in 2018. Trump has repeated- Health insurer Humana was one of
Google’s parent company. 193.33 points, or 2.7 percent, to ity of a much bigger impact than ly criticized Amazon over issues the market’s few winners following
Among other recent winners, 6,870.12. The Russell 2000 index investors were anticipating last including taxes and Amazon’s more reports Walmart could buy the
Intel dove 6.1 percent following a of smaller-company stocks fell week. And that could be true for shipping deals with the U. S. company or create a new partner-
report in Bloomberg News that 36.90 points, or 2.4 percent, to Mexico as well as for China.” Postal Service. ship with it. Humana is a major
Apple plans to start using its own 1,492.53. Food maker Tyson dropped 6.2 Jack Ablin, chief investment provider of Medicare Advantage
chips in Mac computers. Kate Warne, an investment percent after China raised import officer of Cresset Wealth coverage for people 65 and older.
The Dow Jones industrial aver- strategist for Edward Jones, said duties on a $3 billion list of U.S. Advisors, said Amazon is just the Humana gained 4.4 percent while
age fell as much as 758 points, the step by China is small but sig- goods in response to the tariffs on latest company to falter after it Walmart slid 3.8 percent.

U.S. vs. China: a ‘slap-fight,’ not a trade war. So far


By Paul Wiseman that Beijing targeted Monday amount to percent, at 23,644.19. 85 percent — of the area’s ginseng produc-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS barely 2 percent of American goods export- For weeks, in fact, President Donald tion went to China as exports or gifts. The
ed to China. Trump’s aggressive trade actions have county, which gave Trump nearly 57 per-
WASHINGTON — First, the United States But the dispute could escalate, and quick- depressed the stock market. cent of its vote in 2016, holds an interna-
imposed a tax on Chinese steel and alu- ly. Already, in a separate move, the United But many trade analysts suggested that tional ginseng festival in September,
minum. Then, China counterpunched States is drawing up a list of about $50 bil- the Wall Street sell-off may be an overreac- crowning a Ginseng Queen and drawing
Monday with tariffs on a host of U.S. prod- lion in Chinese imports to tax in an effort tion. visitors from China and Taiwan.
ucts, including apples, pork and ginseng. to punish Beijing for stealing American China’s swift but measured retaliation to China’s new 15 percent tariff on ginseng
On Wall Street, the stock market buckled technology or forcing U.S. companies to the U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs is meant is “definitely going to hit the growers hard
on the prospect of an all-out trade war hand over trade secrets. to show “that it will not be pushed around if this happens,” said Jackie Fett, execu-
between the world’s two biggest China could respond by targeting but that it does not want a trade war,” said tive director of the Ginseng Board of
economies. But it hasn’t come to that — American commercial interests uniquely Amanda DeBusk, chair of the international Wisconsin. “It is the livelihood of many
not yet, anyway. dependent on the Chinese market: the air- trade department at the law firm Hughes people. ... We’re still holding on to a little
“We’re in a trade slap-fight right now,” craft giant Boeing, for example, and soy- Hubbard & Reed. “It is possible for the bit of hope” that the tariffs can be reversed.
not a trade war, said Derek Scissors, resi- bean farmers. countries to pull back from the brink.” Jim Schumacher, co-owner of
dent scholar and China specialist at the The possibility that the U.S. and China “It seems to be pretty measured and pro- Schumacher Ginseng in Marathon,
conservative American Enterprise will descend into a full-blown trade war portional,” agreed Wendy Cutler, a former Wisconsin, said the 15 percent tax will
Institute. knocked the Dow Jones industrial average U.S. trade official who is now vice presi- hurt: “You’ve got to be price-competitive,
China is a relatively insignificant sup- down as much as 758 points in afternoon dent at the Asia Society Policy Institute. even if you have the top-quality product.
plier of steel and aluminum to the United trading. The Dow recovered some ground “They didn’t seem to overreach, and they We’re definitely concerned. We hope some-
States. And the $3 billion in U.S. products and finished down 458.92 points, or 1.9 didn’t hit our big-ticket items like planes thing can be resolved.”
and soybeans.” Trump campaigned on a promise to over-
Even if China’s tariffs don’t have a huge haul American trade policy. In his view,
impact on America’s $20 trillion economy, what he calls flawed trade agreements and
they will bring pain to specific communi- sharp-elbowed practices by China and
ties. other trading partners are in part responsi-
Take Marathon County in Wisconsin, ble for America’s gaping trade deficit —
where 140 local families grow ginseng, a $566 billion last year. The deficit in the
root that is used in herbal remedies and is trade of goods with China last year hit a
popular in Asia. Around $30 million — or record $375 billion.

Construction spending grew


just 0.1 percent in February
By Josh Boak government-funded construction.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS But even the private sector has yet to fully
perk up despite the 4.1 percent unemploy-
WASHINGTON — Spending on U.S. con- ment rate. Residential construction, the
struction projects ticked up a mere 0.1 per- largest single spending category, rose just
cent in February from the prior month, a 0.1 percent in February. Homebuilders face
sign that a growing economy is doing little strong demand from would-be buyers, yet
to spur a more rapid pace for building there is a shortage of attractive land to
homes, hospitals and highways. develop and a dearth of construction work-
The Commerce Department said Monday ers.
that construction spending came in at a sea- Private spending on health care facilities
sonally adjusted annual rate of $1.27 tril- fell 2.2 percent in February. Spending on
lion. The lower unemployment rate and the power grid improved 0.9 percent on a
solid business and consumer confidence has monthly basis, but it has dropped 8.5 per-
supported an increase in hotel and office cent during the past year.
construction, but spending on roadways has Spending on factory construction did
slipped. jump 1.2 percent between February and
Construction spending over the past 12 January. But the gains came after months of
months is up just 3 percent before adjusting steady annual declines. Over the past 12
for inflation. Some of the sluggishness in months, spending on manufacturing plants
February was due to a 2.1 percent drop in has dropped 5.6 percent.
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playoff round in Rancho Mirage
Tuesday • April 3, 2018

Two hoops legacies define an era


For three years, Hoyem and Cedeno were the class of the PAL
Hoyem has long Cedeno puts SSF
ruled the paint at hoops on the map
By Terry Bernal
Menlo-Atherton DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
By Terry Bernal
As Brittney Cedeno sat hobbled with her
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
ankle in a cast on the sideline of the 2017-
18 Central Coast Championship game, her
In the final minute of the 2017-18
legacy as the greatest girls’ basketball play-
Peninsula Athletic League tournament
er in South City history took shape right
championship game, Greer Hoyem stepped
before her eyes.
to the free throw line with a chance to break
When Cedeno arrived at South City in 2015
a tie ballgame.
as a transfer sophomore from Sacred Heart
The free throw line seems like an unlikely
Cathedral, the explosive point guard was tak-
place to start a story about the fourth-year
ing a heck of a chance. The Lady Warriors,
varsity standout. Hoyem has earned three
while enjoying moderate success in the past,
PAL South Division MVP awards by virtue of
had never been synonymous with dominance.
her dominance as a 6-foot center. Posting up
“Leaving a private school to go into a pub-
with abandon, tearing down boards, rejecting
lic school, I feel like no one know knows
opposing players should they dare drive the
where they’re getting into,” Cedeno said.
paint against her — these are most synony-
“The seriousness isn’t always there. But when
mous with No. 41’s renowned excellence.
I got in to South City, you could tell the pas-
What made Hoyem a lock for a share of her
sion and the seriousness was there. So it was
second Daily Journal Girls’ Basketball
a gamble, but I’m glad I took it.”
Player of the Year award though — she also
Prior to Cedeno’s arrival, South City had
earned the solo honor last season as a junior
never won a CCS championship. During
— were the periphery elements of her game
Cedeno’s elite varsity career — during
like giving up the rock on the pass or, yes,
which she earned three straight Peninsula
converting from the stripe.
“I don’t remember it even phasing me,” See CEDENO, Page 14
Hoyem said of stepping to the line amid a
57-57 tie. “Sure, I knew it was a valuable
play. But I was thinking it was just a free
throw. … I feel like freshman year I would
have been a little more anxious ... but I’ve
just learned not to think about it that much.”
A look back at
Hoyem — who earned the free throw after
grabbing an offensive rebound and getting
hammered as she knocked down a must-hit
Winter’s best
W
put-back — converted the and-1 to finish off ith spring in full bloom and
a 7-for-9 night from the line. temperatures reaching near 80
Necessity, they say, is the mother of degrees, it seems only appro-
invention. So was the case with Hoyem priate that the Daily Journal sports
department honors the best the winter
season had to offer. Today, we begin our
See HOYEM, Page 14 thrice-yearly Athletes of the Season,
2017-18 Winter Edition. Over the next
week, we will highlight the best in bas-

’Nova rules March Madness ketball, soccer and wrestling.


We’ll open with two days of basket-
ball, Tuesday and Wednesday. Folks may
be in for a bit of
By Eddie Pells surprise with one
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of the selections.
Hoops will be fol-
SAN ANTONIO — They chanted his name lowed by a brace
from the cheap seats: “Di-Vin-cen-zo, Di- (that’s “2” in soc-
Vin-cen-zo.” By the time Donte DiVincenzo cer-speak) of soc-
was done doing his damage, Villanova had cer players of the
another title and college basketball had its year and we’ll wrap
newest star. up the week with a
The redhead kid with the nickname Big Ragu double-dose of
came off the bench to score 31 points Monday wrestling winners.
and lift ‘Nova to another blowout tournament While not every-
victory — this time 79-62 over Michigan for one agrees with
its second title in three seasons. our selections, they are not made haphaz-
The sophomore guard had 12 points and an ardly or without thought. Some recipi-
assist during a first-half run to help the ents are easy, slam dunks. Others choic-
Wildcats (36-4) pull ahead, then scored nine es, however, are agonized over. Both bas-
straight for Villanova midway through the ketball honorees were pretty easy to nail
second to put the game away. He capped it down. Same goes for boys’ soccer.
with a 3-pointer from a step behind the arc But girls’ soccer and the wrestling
that he celebrated with a knowing wink over awards, one each for best female and male
to TV announcers Jim Nantz and Bill Raftery grappler, were more difficult. In the end,
on the sideline. we believe we made the right decisions.
Villanova won all six games by double But what I have found over the years,
digits over this tournament run, joining regardless if readers agree or not on the
Michigan State (2000), Duke (2001) and selection, there is no denying that each
North Carolina (2009) in that rare air. player has an interesting story to tell. If
“I thought we played our best game in the you look at these stories through that
championship game,” coach Jay Wright said. prism, there really are no bad choices.
ROBERT DEUTSCH/USA TODAY SPORTS The last team to win its two Final Four
Villanova guard Jalen Brunson hoists the national championship trophy Monday after See LOUNGE, Page 16
defeating Michigan 79-62 in the NCAA men’s basketball championship game at Alamodome. See NCAA, Page 15
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Lowrie’s two-run double in 7th lifts A’s past Rangers


By Michael Wagaman The A’s went ahead to stay in the seventh.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A’s 3, Rangers 1 Lucroy hit a one-out double off Kevin
“Our team is built to tive road openers and nine consecutive Jepsen (0-1). Marcus Semien, who struck
OAKLAND — The A’s got more than they finish games and we’ve games at the Coliseum. out twice against Colon, walked with two
expected in Andrew Triggs’ first start since got a lot of good arms in “If our guys continue to take the down and Lowrie greeted Jake Diekman with
suffering a season-ending hip injury last the bullpen that can go approaches that they’re taking, get on base, a towering double off the wall in right field.
June. The bullpen was pretty good, too. multiple innings, ” continue to swing the bat and find the bar- Chapman homered off Colon on an 0-2
Triggs pitched five effective innings, Jed Treinen said. “It’s a nice rel, some of those hard-hit balls are going pitch. Chapman also connected against
Lowrie hit a tiebreaking two-run double in luxury to have. You win a to find the grass and we’ll get rolling,” Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani on
the seventh, and the A’s beat Texas 3-1 on game 3-1 against an Texas manager Jeff Banister said. Sunday.
Monday night, spoiling the Rangers debut offense that you see all Called up from the minors before the
of Bartolo Colon. Jed Lowrie
the time, you tip your game, Colon allowed seven hits in six Trainer’s room
“At some point in time it’s going to be cap to Triggs, the innings. The A’s only run off the portly Rangers right-hander Tim Lincecum, on
tough to keep covering four innings of a bullpen doing the work right-hander came on Chapman’s homer the disabled list since March 29 due to blis-
game,” Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. and the offense coming leading off the third. ters on his right middle finger, threw a
“I’m glad we have an eight-man bullpen in with some big hits in At 44 years, 313 days old, Colon became bullpen before the game.
because there are a couple guys not avail- the seventh.” the oldest player in the majors this season,
able every day, as there will be tomorrow.” Matt Chapman home- slipping past Seattle’s Ichiro Suzuki, who Up next
Triggs allowed four hits — including Joey red for the second time in is four months younger. Last season Suzuki
Gallo’s RBI single in the fifth — struck out two days, and Matt Olson said he wanted to play until he’s 50. Texas left-hander Cole Hamels (0-1, 4.76
seven and walked two. and Jonathan Lucroy had Colon might not stick around that long, ERA) makes his second start of the season
Ryan Buchter followed Triggs with 1 2/3 two hits apiece for but he pitched well enough in his first start Tuesday night after taking a loss in the
innings, and Chris Hatcher (2-0) retired two Andrew Triggs Oakland. The A’s had lost of the season. Rangers’ season opener. The A’s counter
batters for the win. Blake Treinen got five three straight since beat- “Mentally and physically I think have a with RHP Kendall Graveman (0-0, 9.00
outs for his first save despite allowing the ing the Angels on opening day. lot to give,” Colon said. “I felt great throw- ERA) who allowed five runs in five innings
first two batters to reach in the ninth. The Rangers have dropped six consecu- ing strikes. That’s what I do.” against Los Angeles on opening day.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Tuesday • April 3, 2018 13


Lindberg triumphs on 8th extra hole
By John Nicholson on the LPGA, Ladies European and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Symetra tours, sharing the moment
with father Jan and mother Gunilla.
RANCHO MIRAGE — Pernilla They introduced her to golf at
Lindberg plunged into Poppie’s Bollnas Golf Club about 150 miles
Pond with her parents and fiance- north of Stockholm.
caddie Daniel Taylor, celebrating “It’s so cool,” Lindberg said. “The
her first professional victory in only reason I’m playing golf is
about the biggest way possible in because of them. I’m so happy
women’s golf. they’re here. I’ve probably given
“I can’t believe that I can call my dad I don’t know how many heart
myself a major attacks over the last few days.”
champion, ” On Sunday, Jennifer Song
Lindberg said. dropped out with a par on the third JONATHAN ERNST/REUTERS
KELVIN KUO/USA TODAY SPORTS
It wasn’t easy. playoff hole, and Park and Lindberg Tiger Woods slaps hands with patrons as he walks to the 8th tee Monday
The 31-year- Pernilla Lindberg tees off on the decided to take one more trip down
10th hole during the playoff in the during practice for the Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
old Swede need- the par-5 18th in fading light. With
ed a major-
record eight sud-
ANA Inspiration golf tournament at
Mission Hills Country Club.
portable lights and the scoreboard
helping illuminate the green, Park
Tiger returns to Augusta
den-death holes missed to the left. holed a 6-footer for par and
Inbee Park over two days to
finish off Inbee
“The putt Pernilla made on the
last was a champion’s putt,” Park
Lindberg made a short putt to
match. They finished at 7:21 p.m.,
to thunderous crowd roar
said. “I’m really happy for her. This By Doug Ferguson sible for all the noise when Woods
Park in the ANA Inspiration, ending 15 minutes after sunset.
one was not an easy major win for THE ASSOCIATED PRESS chipped in from behind the green.
it Monday morning with a 30-foot Play resumed at 8 a.m. on No. 10,
her, as well. I mean, eight-hole About the only thing missing was
birdie putt on the par-4 10th. with Lindbergh leaving a birdie putt
playoff, I’ve never done something AUGUSTA, Ga. — The roar a beam of light from the heavens.
“I just know I’m a grinder, and I an inch short from a little lower on
like that before, either.” sounded like Sunday at Augusta Any talk about this being one of
just felt: ‘This is mine. I’m going to the green than her winner later on
They played four holes Monday National. the most anticipated Masters in
do this,”’ Lindberg said. “I just the hole. They made up-and-down
knew I could, and I just kept fight- after going until it was too dark to This was Monday afternoon, and years starts with one player. Woods
pars on the par-3 17th, with Park is at Augusta National for the first
ing away. I couldn’t believe when see — and then played some more it was so sudden and thunderous
holing a tricky 8-foot downhill putt time since 2015, at least with his
that last putt went in.” — Sunday night. that it reached the clubhouse. It
Park’s 20-footer to match Lindberg won in her 250th start See LPGA, Page 16 was loud enough to startle specta- golf clubs, and he showed during
tors who wondered what they had the Florida swing of the PGA Tour
missed. They had a pretty good that he is more than capable of win-
Jets claim former Raiders TE Walford idea who it was.
Tiger Woods is back at the
ning a fifth green jacket.
“When Tiger walked onto the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Leggett and Neal draft pick out of Miami in 2015. Masters. range today, you can tell there’s an
Sterling are also He was waived by Oakland last Woods teed off with Justin anticipation and an excitement
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The on the roster. Friday. Thomas and Fred Couples shortly from the crowd to watch him com-
New York Jets have claimed tight The 6-foot-4, After catching 61 passes in his before 3 p.m. when thousands of pete again,” Justin Rose said.
end Clive Walford off waivers from 2 5 0 -p o un d first two NFL seasons, Walford fans were making their way toward Woods was at Augusta National
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said. “And a lot of that is Junior Becca Tasi in the first half, when the seamlessly as anyone in the county, hence

CEDENO because we’re getting


more players, better
players that are coming
Warriors really needed a spark, scored two
straight buckets to leverage a 17-17 tie;
senior Neveah Miller had three key offen-
the Warriors’ PAL tournament champi-
onship win this season.
Cedeno’s final two plays in that victory
Continued from page 11 to South City … and a lot sive boards, including two in the first half against Menlo-Atherton were testament to
of that is [Cedeno] came to help turn a 31.4 percent team shooting her versatility. With 50 seconds left and
her and was able to suc- clip prior to the break into a mere 36-31 South City trailing by 1, she drove a lane
Athletic League North Division MVP hon- ceed. And they say, ‘Hey, deficit; and junior Karizma Bergesen, pro- and through a crashing triple-team weaved a
ors — that finally changed. I can go there and suc- viding valuable post minutes, set a person- bounce pass in step to Tasi, who scored and
“Her legacy is obviously that of a win- ceed.’ And they’re com- al best by far for minutes played in a game. drew a foul for an and-1. And after M-A cen-
ner,” South City head coach Paul Carion Brittney
Cedeno ing over.” Team basketball at its finest. ter Greer Hoyem — with whom Cedeno is
said. “Basically, in this day and age, every- So South City put And front and center was Cedeno, anchor- sharing Daily Journal Girls’ Basketball
body is thinking they need to go private forth a tremendous display of team basket- ing one of the sideline seats generally Athlete of the Year honors — scored an and-
school. She proved you can go to a public ball to come back against Aptos for a 60-50 reserved for an assistant coach. It makes 1 at the other end, Cedeno fired back with
school and be successful and have a team win in the CCS Division III championship sense. That’s precisely the role she took on, nine seconds to go to convert as graceful a
that is very successful.” game. Senior center Jerlene Miller demon- a role she had been refining since she was 10-foot jumper as you’ll ever see to give the
It might seem peculiar that her being rele- strated the best longevity of her career, named team captain as a sophomore. Warriors the lead for good.
gated to crutches for the CCS championship recording a double-double, including what Emotional in those early days? Sure. But “We gave her the ball both times in the
game is what clinched her a share of her sec- was for her an unprecedented 19-foot jumper my, oh my, has she become a force as a same situation and she made the right deci-
ond career Daily Journal Girls’ Basketball midway through the fourth quarter to give motivator, a strategist, and a mentor. sion in both situations, ” Carion said.
Player of the Season award. But Cedeno — the Warriors a two-score lead for good. “Her desire to win was always there,” “There’s not a lot of players who can do
who also earned the solo honor in 2015-16 Cedeno’s replacement Alex Salise earned Carion said. “And at times she had a hard that.”
— was as essential to the program’s first- Daily Journal Athlete of the Week honors time understanding everybody else wants to Now, Cedeno will follow in the footsteps
ever CCS crown in 2017-18 as anyone. for her gutsy effort, driving to the hoop win as bad as her. But sometimes they’re not of her older brother Michael Smith, himself
Sure, the Warriors had to do without their with such tenacity and power that Aptos capable of doing the things she would like a former Daily Journal Basketball Player of
team leader in points (16 per game), steals finally resorted to triple-teaming her, a for them to win. the Year in the boys’ arena out of El Camino.
(six per game), assists (five per game) and a strategy that left Miller open for the “But also the level of her teammates Smith went on to play at Cal Baptist where
vaunted rebounder (averaging six boards per momentum seizing 19-footer. raised … they started raising up to her he set the Division II program’s all-time
game). As it turned out, though, the most Just go down the list: 5-6 sophomore Lafu level,” Carion said. “And she found ways to leading scoring record.
important number in South City taking Malepeai totaled three rebounds, all in challenge them. Instead of speaking up in Next year, Cal Baptist is being promoted
home the title was 12 — as in the number of fourth-quarter clutch situations; senior Val frustration, she would step up and challenge to Division I. And while Cedeno — on a full
players the team had on roster. Avila opened the fourth by rattling home a them in positive ways.” athletic scholarship — will have to wait
Just two years prior, Cedeno’s first foray 3-pointer to give Sotuh City breathing Not to glance over her game. On the court, until her junior year until the program is eli-
into the public-school arena, the Warriors room at 50-44; senior Kayla Jew — who Cedeno is a show, in and of herself, every gible for the postseason (the promotion
carried just nine players on roster, with Cedeno called this year’s most improved time she takes the floor. Right hand? Left comes with a mandatory two-year playoff
only seven actually contributing consistent player — scored 11 points, including three hand? It doesn’t matter. She can drive circles embargo) she already has a notion of help-
minutes. straight fourth-quarter free throws from get- around pretty much any defender 1-on-1. ing build another unprecedented contender.
“That was one of the secrets of our success ting fouled beyond the arc. She can pass. She can board. She can J. She “I feel like it’s all part of a master plan,”
that we could go 12 deep this year,” Carion Don’t overlook the bench contributions: can take over a game and put a win away as Cedeno said.

Player of the Year honor though, Sili suffered a knee injury that cost 59-58 loss — breaking M-A’s streak of

HOYEM this year with Hoyem —


about the M-A center’s
dominance.
her most of her sophomore year. Hoyem not
only inherited a majority of the playing time
in the post. She went on to lead M-A in scor-
three straight tourney titles — but only
because after Cedeno hit a 10-foot jumper
with nine seconds remaining, South City
Continued from page 11 “I’d say Greer Hoyem is ing and rebounding, as she did all four years. turned to successfully trapping in the half-
the most dominant player Then, after Hoyem’s sophomore year, court press specifically because, said
in the PAL,” South City Grossman left the program to relocate to the Carion, he knew if the ball found Hoyem at
rounding out her game this season. Due to head coach Paul Carion East Coast. After a 2016-17 season when the other end, the senior was sure to produce
M-A graduating three key starters after the said, “and Brittney Coleman took it upon herself to coach M-A’s a game-winning shot.
2016-17 season, Hoyem — along with co- Cedeno is the most tal- post players, the program in 2017-18 added
PAL South Division MVP, and longtime Greer Hoyem M-A went on to falter as the No. 1 seed in the
ented player in the PAL.” assistant coach Lena Gipson, a three-time
BFF, Carly McLanahan — was forced to That’s a fair breakdown of two players who all-West Coast Conference center. Central Coast Section Division I playoffs,
adapt to a new role. have defined the PAL for three straight years. defeated in the finals by upstart Silver Creek.
No one, though, has been a more consis-
McLanahan ran the point for the first time Cedeno has earned three straight MVP honors tent counterpart to Hoyem than McLanahan. The Bears never did realize a CCS title in
in her career. And Hoyem, she had to find a in the PAL North Division. And, in addition to Hoyem met the sharpshooting 3-point Hoyem’s four years there, though Silver Creek
way to contend with defenses swarming her Hoyem’s three MVPs in the South, she also extraordinaire while playing club hoops in head coach Sonny Flores was quick to point out
like never before. earned all-PAL first-team honors as a freshman. middle school. Riding the bus home from the only reason for this was M-A played two
“Teams were actually throwing two and Hoyem’s underclassman years were key to practice every day, they struck up a kinship years in the CCS Open Division tournament.
three defenders at her,” M-A head coach her accelerated development. When she that has grown into something of a tele-
Markisha Coleman said. “Her ability to adapt Hoyem’s legacy, however, will forever be
arrived at M-A, she had a dominant center pathic connection on the court. synonymous with M-A’s four straight PAL
to that — when she could go to the basket, one year ahead of her in Ofa Sili. So, when it was announced this season South Division championships, four appear-
she’d go to the basket — but she would also “(Prior to M-A) I felt like I had strength,” the two besties would share the PAL South ances in the CIF Northern California tourna-
know when to pass it off to her teammates. Hoyem said. “Then when I came into high MVP award, it was a fitting ending to their ment, and for leading the most dominant era
… That was an area that I think definitely school, I was on a team with [Sili and power two storied careers. of Menlo-Atherton Bears this century.
improved and I was happy to see.” forward Megan Sparrow], and I was like, my “That was really special for both of us,”
Hoyem still averaged 17.6 points, 9.3 strength is nothing now.” Hoyem said. “I thought it was awesome when “M-A is a name … that is now respected as
rebounds and 1.4 blocked shots per game. And on Coleman’s coaching staff through our coach told us. I couldn’t have asked for a a basketball school, ” Hoyem said.
And she chipped in with the peripheries: Hoyem’s first two years was former PAL stand- better senior year … just because we’ve come “Definitely the year I was coming in, M-A
1.5 assists per game, 1 steal per game, and out center, Hayley Grossman, whose flair in so far. None of us has done it on our own. had just become a school — even though we
she even hit a 3-pointer along the way. the post helped balance some of Kelly Shea Neither of us deserved it more than the other had done a little bit better in the [1990s] —
Still, it was in the paint where she dominat- Gallo’s great Mills teams in the mid-2000s. … and I do think either one of us could have just a team that should be respected on the
ed. Just ask PAL tournament rival South City “She taught me everything I know, ” won it the previous two years as well.” court. … We’re just a team that comes to
— whose senior point guard, Brittney Cedeno, Hoyem said. As for that PAL tournament championship play … and what [Coleman] has done with
shares the Daily Journal Girls’ Basketball Early on during Hoyem’s freshman season, game, M-A came out on the short end of a the program, it’s just amazing.”
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could be his final audition for the NBA.

NCAA Player of the Year Jalen Brunson was cele- Arike Ogunbowale puts stamp on
brating despite an off night — nine points
and two rebounds. His struggles barely mat-
a thrilling women’s hoops season
Continued from page 11 tered.
What a couple months it’s been for Philly. By Doug Feinberg ketball and definitely one of the best Final
First the Eagles. Now this. The Super Bowl, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fours since 2001, right?”
games by 16 or more: UCLA in 1968.
though, was a classic. This one was only That was the only other time McGraw and
During the dynasty.
beautiful to one team. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Arike Ogunbowale the Fighting Irish cut down the nets. It’s been
One key question: Does Wright’s team
put an exclamation point on a thrilling even longer since a title game came down to a
belong on the list of the best of all-time? Michigan (33-8) came out playing tough-
women’s college basketball season. last-second shot. Ogunbowale’s 3-pointer
Maybe so, considering the way Villanova nosed defense it relied on over a 14-game
Her off-balance 3-pointer in the title game was just the second last-second shot that won
dismantled everyone in front of it in a tour- winning streak that got the Wolverines to
capped a record comeback a championship game. North Carolina great
nament that was dripping with upsets, their second final in six years.
by Notre Dame and an Charlotte Smith made a 3-pointer at the buzzer
underdogs and at least the appearance of par- Moe Wagner scored 11 early points to incredible weekend for the in 1994 that lifted the Tar Heels to an improb-
ity. continue his great play in the Final Four. sport. The Final Four got able one-point win over Louisiana Tech.
Maybe so, considering the Wildcats won Villanova started 1 for 9 from 3-point started with two stirring “This was the best Final Four in terms of
in seemingly every way imaginable. This range. And yet, after DiVincenzo banged overtime games — the play on the court we’ve ever seen,” ESPN ana-
victory came two nights after they set a down a 3 from a step behind the arc for first time that’s happened. lyst Rebecca Lobo said. “I can’t think of
Final Four record with 18 3-pointers, and Villanova’s second of the night, coach John The weekend ended with a another Final Four that was better than this. It
one week after they relied more on defense Beilein looked at the scoreboard and saw his historic championship showcased women’s basketball at its absolute
in a win over Texas Tech in the Elite Eight. team behind, 23-21. game that left the sellout best. So many years we’ve had a great semifi-
That debate’s for later. Arike
“The way DiVincenzo shot the ball, it was crowd amazed. nal game and the final was a disappointment.
DiVincenzo squashed any questions about Ogunbowale
just incredible for us to try to win that game “Phenomenal for This one wasn’t.”
this game with a 10-for-15 shooting night
with the roll he went on,” Beilein said. women’s basketball. Three exciting games. I The Final Four belonged to Ogunbowale and
— 5 for 7 from 3 —that was really better
hope the ratings reflect it,” Notre Dame coach the Irish.
than that, making him an easy winner for If his first 3 wasn’t demoralizing enough,
Muffet McGraw said after the 61-58 win The junior guard floated in a 3-pointer from
most outstanding player in the Final Four. DiVincenzo made another, then took a
Sunday night. “The crowd was tremendous the corner with 0.1 seconds left, lifting Notre
With Michigan refusing to go away early bounce pass from Brunson for a dunk, then
tonight. Everybody came back. Just an Dame to its second women’s basketball title
in the second half, he opened his game-seal- paid it forward with an assist to Omari
ing run with an around-the-back dribble to incredible job by Columbus and the local with a thrilling comeback victory over
Spellman. It was part of a 23-7 run that gave
get to the hoop and get fouled. On the other the Wildcats a nine-point lead at halftime; community. Great support for women’s bas- Mississippi State.
end, he delivered a two-handed rejection of they never looked back.
Michigan’s Charles Matthews — his second For the record, DiVincenzo has no prob-
block of the game — when Matthews tried lem starting games on the bench.
to bring it into the paint.
“Blocked shots, definitely,” DiVincenzo He’s been willing to do whatever’s needed
said when asked if he enjoys 3s or rejections since he arrived in 2015. His season cut
more. “I pride myself on defense and just short because of a knee injury, he was
bringing energy to the team.” healthy enough to run the scout squad for
The 3 that sealed it came from a big step Villanova during its first title run. Some on
behind the arc and gave Villanova a 62-44 the team said he did Oklahoma star Buddy
lead with a bit less than 8 minutes left. Hield better than Hield.
About the only drama left was whether But maybe a more apt comparison is to ...
DiVincenzo could unwrap himself from his Bill Walton and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar?
teammates’ mob hug to toss the ball under- DiVincenzo joins them in the rare club of
handed toward the scoreboard after the players to crack 30 points while also shoot-
buzzer. He succeeded there, too. ing better than 66 percent from the floor in
Mikal Bridges finished with 19 in what a Final Four game.
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for a conference at the end of which ner, thus opening up the possibili-
LOUNGE everything stayed the way it went:
Magalong was awarded third and
Richardson was safe at first.
ty of offensive interference.
I think it was pretty obvious that
there was no ill intent. It was just a
Continued from page 11 Magalong would go on to score confluence of factors that brought
Burlingame’s second run of the two players and the ball to the same
game in a 5-2 SHP victory. spot at the same time.
*** KELVIN KUO/USA TODAY SPORTS
I’m not exactly how to score that ***
Every time I think I’ve seen it all play. Ultimately, it did not have a Greg Gonzalez, a 2006 graduate
Pernilla Lindberg jumps into Poppies Pond after winning the the ANA
in baseball, something happens to bearing on the final outcome, but I of Capuchino, is moving up the
Inspiration in a two-daylong playoff at Mission Hills Country Club.
make me realize I haven’t — and was still curious. A quick Google baseball coaching ladder. Gonzalez, her first LPGA Tour victory. She’s
I’m probably not even close to see-
ing it all.
During Sacred Heart Prep’s 5-2
win over Burlingame last week,
search pulled up umpirebible.com
and I found the section regarding
interference. You’ve probably heard
who had spent the last four years as
an assistant at Skyline, is now a
volunteer assistant at Santa Clara
LPGA the sixth Swedish female major
champion, joining Liselotte
Neumann, Helen Alfredsson,
that if the fielder is in the base University. Continued from page 13 Annika Sorenstam, Anna
Burlingame’s Jake Richardson hit a path, the base runner can run them After a standout career at Nordqvist and Jenny Lidback
slow grounder to the left side of the over, or at least run into them in Capuchino, Gonzalez spent two (born in Peru to Swedish parents)
infield. Brendan Magalong, who the hopes of being awarded a base years at Skyline, amassing 22 wins and Lindberg staying alive from a — and all of them also won their
had reached first on an error and on defensive interference. and earning All-American honors foot closer. first LPGA Tour title in a major.
moved to second on a wild pitch, But that isn’t the case. There is a in his two seasons. He then trans- Lindberg then reached the 18th in “I remember writing some goals
broke for third base as SHP third possible offensive interference call ferred to Fresno State where he con- two — the first time one of them probably right when I got to high
baseman Yianni Gardner went to and it’s at the umpires’ discretion to tinued to excel. He posted a 19-3 went for it in the six times they school,” Lindberg said. “Writing
field the ball. determine if the offensive player, in record over two seasons, throwing played the par 5 in the playoff and about the dream scenario, and it
Gardner, Magalong and the ball this case Magalong, purposely a no-hitter against University of regulation — but was on the far left would be to obviously win a major
all arrived at the same time, result- went out of his way to prevent Hawaii in 2010. He was drafted in side and was only able to get her championship and leave a mark in
ing in a collision between second Gardner from cleanly fielding the the 15th round of the MLB Draft eagle putt within 7 feet. Park laid up history. But at the same time it felt
and third. SHP shortstop Jack ball. If Gardner was just standing and spent three years in the San and hit a wedge to 8 feet. They both like too big of a dream to come true,
Donnelly picked the ball up and there, impeding the runner, that Diego Padres system. missed. but it has.”
threw late to first, with Richardson would be one thing. But the fact he In addition to coaching the “I didn’t make many mistakes,
but I just couldn’t make the putts,” She jumped from 95th to 34th in
reaching on what I suppose was an was trying to make a play on the Broncos, Gonzalez is working the world ranking.
infield hit. ball meant almost any contact toward his Masters Degree in kine- Park said. “The morning greens
were a little bit slower than I antici- Park won in 2013 at Mission Hills
The two umpires huddled together would have to be made by the run- siology from St. Mary’s College. and is a seven-time major champion.
pated. I hit a couple putts short. I
had a couple of opportunities.” The 29-year-old Hall of Famer won
looks as though he never left. 2005, so long ago that only 18

TIGER Woods still hasn’t won a tourna-


ment in the five PGA Tour events he
has played this year, but he has
players from then are in the field
this year, and 15 of them are
Masters champions.
Lindberg, Park and Song birdied
the 18th in regulation. Song got to
15 under first with a 5-foot putt,
Park followed with a 4-footer in the
the Founders Cup two weeks ago in
Phoenix for her 19th tour title, a day
after revealing she was 50-50 about
retiring before returning from a long
Continued from page 11 shot par or better in his last 10 break that started after Women’s
Woods is not a one-man show next group and Lindberg matched
rounds. He was runner-up by one when it comes to slipping on the her in the final group. Park and British Open in August.
he wouldn’t be playing the major he shot at the Valspar Championship. green jacket. Rose, Jason Day and Song shot 5-under 67, and Lindberg “I’m a little bit disappointed, but
calls a “players’ heaven” for the sec- He was one shot out of the lead at Rory McIlroy — going for the had a 71. I’m really happy the way I played
ond straight year, and maybe never. the Arnold Palmer Invitational career Grand Slam — highlight a Lindberg is the fourth player to this week,” Park said.
Fusion surgery — his fourth on until indecision sent his tee shot long list of contenders, typical of a lead wire-to-wire in the event and Jessica Korda and Ariya
his lower back in four years — fol- on the 16th hole out of bounds. sport that is getting deeper with tal- first since Pat Hurst in 1998, and Jutanugarn finished a stroke out of
lowed a few weeks later. And now it He hasn’t won the Masters since ent each year. the fifth to win the tournament for the playoff.

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Studies linking legal marijuana


with fewer opioid prescriptions
By Malcolm Ritter filled prescriptions for about 14 percent
ATHE ASSOCIATED PRESS fewer daily doses of opioids than those in
other states. Patients in states that only
NEW YORK — Can legalizing marijuana allowed them to grow pot at home showed
fight the problem of opioid addiction and about 7 percent fewer doses.
fatal overdoses? Two new studies in the W. David Bradford, an economist at the
debate suggest it may. University of Georgia in Athens who’s an
Pot can relieve chronic pain in adults, author of the second study, said the results
so advocates for liberalizing marijuana add to other findings that suggest to
laws have proposed it as a lower-risk alter- experts that marijuana is a viable alterna-
native to opioids. But some research sug- tive to opioids. The weight of that evi-
gests marijuana may encourage opioid use, dence is “now hard to ignore, ” said
and so might make the epidemic worse. Bradford, who said he thinks federal regu-
The new studies don’t directly assess the lations should be changed to allow doctors
effect of legalizing marijuana on opioid to prescribe marijuana for pain treatment.
addiction and overdose deaths. Instead, The two studies have some limitations,
they find evidence that legalization may Dr. Kevin Hill of Harvard Medical School
reduce the prescribing of opioids. Over- and Dr. Andrew Saxon of the University of
prescribing is considered a key factor in Washington in Seattle wrote in an accom-
the opioid epidemic. panying editorial.
Both studies were released Monday by For one thing, they don’t reveal whether
the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. individual patients actually reduced or
One looked at trends in opioid prescrib- avoided using opioids because of the
ing under Medicaid, which covers low- increased access to marijuana. The find-
income adults, between 2011 and 2016. It REUTERS ings in Medicaid and Medicare patients
compared the states where marijuana laws Customers purchase marijuana at Harborside in Oakland. may not apply to other people. And the
took effect versus states without such results may have been skewed by some
laws. The comparison was done each quar- to also allow recreational marijuana use by older and those with disabilities. Every characteristics of the state populations
ter, so a given state without a law at one adults, there was an additional drop aver- year from 2010 through 2015, researchers studied, they wrote.
point could join the other category once a aging about 6 percent. That suggest the compared states with a medical marijuana They called for states and the federal
law kicked in. medical marijuana laws didn’t reach some law in effect to those without one. government to pay for more studies to
Results showed that laws that let people people who could benefit from using mar- Fourteen states plus the District of clarify the effect of marijuana use on opi-
use marijuana to treat specific medical ijuana instead of opioids, said Hefei Wen Columbia had such a law from the begin- oid use, saying such research is needed for
conditions were associated with about a 6 of the University of Kentucky in ning of that time; nine other states joined science to guide policy-making.
percent lower rate of opioid prescribing Lexington, one of the study authors. them during the years the study covered.
for pain. That’s about 39 fewer prescrip- The other study looked at opioid pre- Researchers found that
tions per 1,000 people using Medicaid. scribing nationwide for people using Medicare patients in states
And when states with such a law went on Medicare, which covers people 65 years or with marijuana dispensaries

EXAMINATIONS
California high court upholds taking DNA from arson suspect and
TREATMENT
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that will require resolution in other privacy by giving law enforcement of
cases,” Associate Justice Leondra access to their genetic material even Diseases & Disorders
SAN FRANCISCO — A California law Kruger wrote for the majority. before they are charged or convicted. of the Eye
that required an arson suspect to provide Buza was suspected of setting a police Supporters say privacy concerns are
a sample of DNA when he was booked car on fire in San Francisco but refused outweighed by law enforcement’s inter- EYEGLASSES
into jail did not violate his privacy, the to provide a DNA sample after his arrest. est in testing DNA to solve cold cases, and
D R. A NDRE W C . SO S S CONTACT LENSES
California Supreme Court said Monday. He was later convicted of arson and identify crime suspects and exonerate O D, FA AO
The 4-3 ruling upheld the collection refusal to provide a DNA specimen. the wrongly accused. GL AU C OM A E ve n i n g a nd S a tu rd ay ap pt s
of DNA from Mark Buza, saying author- A law voters approved in 2004 A lower court ruled in 2014 in Buza’s STAT E B OARD C E RT a l so ava i l a bl e
ities had probable cause to arrest him for requires all adults arrested on suspicion case that the state Constitution’s ban on
a serious crime. But the decision left of a felony to provide a cheek swab unreasonable search and seizure prohib- 115 9 B ROADWAY
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lab for analysis. P rov i d e r fo r V S P a n d m o s t m a j o r m e d i c a l
“We recognize that the DNA Act may rant or even a judicial or grand jury deter-
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raise additional constitutional questions Critics say the law violates people’s mination of probable cause.”

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Administration is working to find a way to own rules. Pruitt said in a statement setting emission standards,” the statement

EPA
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both increase fuel economy standards and
keep new vehicles affordable to more
Americans.”
Monday that the agency will work with all
states, including California, to finalize new
standards.
said. “These standards have cleared the haze
and smog from our cities and reversed
decades of chronic air pollution problems,
Environmentalists, meanwhile, warned “Cooperative federalism doesn’t mean while putting more money in consumers’
the proposed rollbacks will make U.S. cars that one state can dictate standards for the pockets.”
challenges for auto manufacturers due to rest of the country,” he said. “EPA will set a
more expensive to fill up. Sen. Edward J. Markey said the existing
feasibility and practicability, raises poten- national standard for greenhouse gas emis-
“No one in America is eager to buy a car standards are “technically feasible and eco-
tial concerns related to automobile safety, sions that allows auto manufacturers to
that gets worse gas mileage and spews more nomically achievable,” and added that he
and results in significant additional costs make cars that people both want and can
pollution from its tailpipe, ” said Fred would use every legislative tool to block
on consumers, especially low-income con- afford — while still expanding environ-
Krupp, president of the Environmental the moves.
sumers.” mental and safety benefits of newer cars.”
The EPA, in partnership with the Defense Fund. “Designing and building “Slashing these standards would amount
National Highway Traffic Safety cleaner, more cost-efficient cars is what California Attorney General Xavier to turning the keys to our energy policy
Administration, will work to come up with helped automakers bounce back from the Becerra said his team is reviewing the EPA’s over to Big Oil and the auto industry,” said
new standards. depths of the recession and will be key to determination. the Massachusetts Democrat, who is a
Automakers applauded Monday’s deci- America’s global competitiveness in the “We’re ready to file suit if needed to pro- member of the Environment and Public
sion, arguing that the current requirements years ahead.” tect these critical standards and to fight the Works Committee and chair of the Senate
would have cost the industry billions of Any change is likely to set up a lengthy Administration’s war on our environment,” Climate Task Force.
dollars and raised vehicle prices due to the legal showdown with California, which has Becerra said in a statement. “California did- According to Markey, the standards are
cost of developing the necessary technolo- the power to set its own pollution and gas n’t become the sixth-largest economy in projected to save nearly 2.5 million barrels
gy. mileage standards and doesn’t want them to the world by spectating.” of oil a day by 2030, around as much oil as
“This was the right decision, and we sup- change. About a dozen other states follow A joint statement by the governors of is imported from OPEC countries every day.
port the Administration for pursuing a data- California’s rules, and together they California, Oregon, and Washington, as It could take a couple years for the EPA to
driven effort and a single national program account for more than one-third of the vehi- well as the mayors of Los Angeles, propose new rules, gather public comment
as it works to finalize future standards,” cles sold in the U.S. Currently the federal Oakland, San Francisco, Portland and and finalize any changes. In the meantime,
said Gloria Bergquist, vice president, com- and California standards are the same. Seattle, also decried the EPA’s decision. automakers have to proceed with plans for
munications and public affairs for the Some conservative groups are pressing “This move sets us back from years of new cars and trucks under the current gas
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, in a EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to get rid of advancements by the automotive industry mileage requirements because it takes years
statement. “We appreciate that the the waiver that allows California to set its put in motion by states that took the lead in to develop vehicles.

… they make the adjustment to the rates,” tax directly from those renting in other nance requiring homeowners to live in res-

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he said. “In many cases, they just didn’t
know, and I wouldn’t have necessarily
expected them to.”
cities and remitted payment to the cities,
Corbett said using a third-party provider to
enforce the policy could allow the city to
idences where they are offering short-term
rentals and limiting the number of days a
renter can stay in homes without a host
The agreement with HdL effectively keep track of the volume of rentals in the present in January and Half Moon Bay offi-
transfers administration of the city’s TOT city instead of receiving the total sum of cials considered similar regulations in
Corbett is hoping the city can capture rev- to HdL at a rate of $750 per traditional the payment from the company, among March, Corbett said more strict rules have
enue and data on what many believe to be a hotel property and 15 percent of the rev- other considerations. He said the company not yet been part of the conversation for
growing number of homeowners offering enue collected from other short-term may have changed its policies since the San Mateo.
short-term rentals on their properties. rentals in the city. The city will be able to city decided to work with a third-party con- He said bringing those offering short-
Following the City Council’s January add the remaining 85 percent of the new tax tractor, and added that work with HdL term rentals into compliance with the
approval of a three-year agreement with revenue collected to its coffers, said Software does not preclude San Mateo from city’s ordinance could inform whether offi-
the company, Corbett said the company Corbett. working with Airbnb to process future pay- cials consider additional restrictions in the
sent letters to homeowners with short-term Short of scanning Airbnb and other plat- ment of the tax if it makes sense to do so. future, and is the city’s first step in scop-
rentals in March, notifying them they are forms facilitating short-term rentals, One homeowner who did not want to be ing the effect of short-term rentals on
subject to the 12 percent tax. Corbett said it’s very difficult to estimate named said she heard from a neighbor that neighborhoods.
Corbett said the city has received some the number of rentals in the city as well as registering one’s home with the city’s new “It’s compliance with the TOT ordinance
calls from residents who received the letter the new revenue the city can expect by process was straightforward, but wished … which I think will guide us in the future
asking for clarification, but has not seen extending enforcement of its policy to the payment could be processed directly in terms of do we need to do anything fur-
much pushback on paying the tax in recent those offering rentals on their properties. through Airbnb. Increasing her rental rate ther,” he said.
weeks, adding that the tax does not apply But he is hoping a few months of collect- by 12 percent or cutting back on the
retroactively but instead is aimed at col- ing payment data will give officials a bet- rentals she is offering at her home were V i s i t
lecting taxes on future rentals. ter sense of the scope of rental activity in among the options she has considered ci t y o f s an m at eo . o rg / 3 8 1 4 / Tran s i en t -
“I think for the most part, once people San Mateo. since receiving a letter about the change. Occupancy -Tax for more information on
know that they’re subject to the ordinance Acknowledging Airbnb has collected the Though Redwood City adopted an ordi- the city ’s policy.

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Phone apps push people to take their pills


By Carla K. Johnson them take their pills.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS What’s next? An insurer in
Maryland plans to use the technol-
SEATTLE — Take two tablets and ogy in diabetes and high blood
a selfie? Your doctor’s orders may pressure to make sure Medicare and
one day include a smartphone Medicaid patients take their medi-
video to make sure you took your cine. Startups selling the apps say
medicine. they could be used by faraway adult
Smartphone apps that monitor children monitoring an elderly
pill-taking are now available, and parent’s daily pill-taking.
researchers are testing how well Experts worry about privacy,
they work when medication mat- data security and penalties for poor
ters. Experts praise the efficiency, pill-taking.
but some say the technology rais- “That’s the biggest ick factor,”
es privacy and data security con- said Carolyn Neuhaus, a medical
cerns. ethicist at the Hastings Center in
Selfie medicine works like this: New York. “You can imagine a pro-
Open an app on your phone, show gram where benefits are tied to
your pills, put them in your mouth compliance and the insurer says,
and swallow. Don’t forget to show ‘We won’t pay for medication any-
your empty mouth to the camera to more unless you’re taking it cor-
prove today’s dose is on its way. rectly.”’
Then upload the video proof to the Globally, the rapid spread of
clinic. smartphones creates an opportuni-
Fans say the technology ty to eradicate TB, say the app
addresses a big problem: About Selfie medicine works like this: Open an app on your phone, show your pills, put them in your mouth and swallow. developers.
half of drugs for chronic condi- Don’t forget to show your empty mouth to the camera to prove today’s dose is on its way. Then upload the But eliminating TB may take
tions aren’t taken as prescribed video proof to the clinic. simpler, cheaper technologies that
because of cost, side effects or can be scaled for millions of cases,
patient forgetfulness. they’re doing. one person’s forgetfulness can be The new uploaded selfies don’t said Dr. Daniel Chin, who leads TB
With treatment for opioid addic- “Every time they sign on, it serious for everyone. If patients need an appointment. They are a efforts for the Bill and Melinda
tion, a skipped dose can mean a allows us to capture data. Are they don’t take all their antibiotics, daily routine for many tuberculosis Gates Foundation.
dangerous relapse. The National having cravings? Suicidal tenden- their infectious TB germs can get patients in Seattle, San Francisco, The group supports research in
Institute on Drug Abuse is funding cies?” said Scott Olson, CEO of stronger, developing drug resist- Los Angeles and Houston, where China and India on two home-
research to tailor a smartphone Dallas-based Pathway Healthcare, ance and endangering the broader savings on mileage and worker grown technologies. China’s tool,
app for those patients and see if which is trying the app at its community. time amounted to $100,000 in a about the size of a child’s shoe-
they’ll use it. Jackson, Tennessee, site. “Maybe But taking a handful of pills recent year. box, reminds patients to take their
“If we can keep patients a phone call from a counselor daily for up to a year is difficult, so In Boston, Albuquerque and five pills and saves data for review. In
engaged, we can keep them in might make the difference public health departments tradi- other cities, researchers are study- India, the government favors a
treatment longer,” said lead between staying clean and a tionally sent workers to people’s ing whether the technology works blister pill pack printed with
researcher Dr. Judith Tsui of the relapse.” homes and workplaces to watch for hepatitis C, a blood-borne phone numbers; a patient punches
University of Washington School Olson thinks insurers will pay them take their doses. Today, virus that’s surging among a new out a daily pill, then calls the
of Medicine in Seattle. for the service with more evidence. many TB patients prefer remote generation of injection drug users. revealed number.
The next phase of her research For monitoring tuberculosis monitoring. Nurses like it too. New drugs for hepatitis C can cure, Worldwide, TB kills more than
will compare a group of patients patients, health departments pay Nurse Peggy Cooley has used but they’re expensive — $75,000 1.6 million people annually, even
who use the monitoring app called roughly $35 to $50 per patient Skype for years to chat live with for a 12-week course of treatment though most deaths are preventa-
emocha (ee-MOH-kuh) with those each month for systems that patients taking TB medicine. — so insurers want to make sure ble with treatment.
who don’t to see if there’s a differ- include encrypted data storage. A “We can accomplish in a two- patients take them. “If we are going to eliminate the
ence. small health department might pay minute phone call something that “I think it holds a lot of prom- disease, we need technology,” said
At one Tennessee treatment cen- as little as $500 a month. might have taken an hour to do and ise,” said researcher Dr. Alain Dr. Richard Garfein of the
ter, some patients with opioid The idea of watching someone most of that hour was in the car,” Litwin of University of South University of California, San
addiction are already using the app take their medicine — called said Cooley, who works for the Carolina School of Medicine, Diego School of Medicine, who
to upload selfies of their daily dose directly observed therapy or DOT Tacoma-Pierce County Health who’s testing whether patients do helped develop one of the smart-
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See, Stop, Prevent Elder and
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list and was afraid to spiraling disaster. Preventing scams and identity theft. Free Public Access Television
LOS ANGELES — Kathy Griffin says leave her home. She “My social media was so flooded that For more information call 780-7063. Station Tour. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
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by laughing about the disturbing pho- investigation by reviled person in the world right now,”’ a.m. to 12:15 p.m. San Mateo Senior signing up for classes and a tour of
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the feds and almost killed her career. Justice for two of process that and figure out what’s is required. Cost for residents is $85
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But she also has this warning amid the months. real and what isn’t.” She added: “I real- repeats every Tuesday starting on Advocate Orientation. 6 p.m. to 7
jokes: “If it happened to me it can hap- “It shouldn’t hap- ly do believe if it happened to me it can March 13 and ending on April 3. For p.m. CASA of San Mateo County, 330
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Griffin is embarking this summer on citizen,” she said. During those dark days, Griffin said Digital Play with Digital Puzzles. information call 517-5843.
a North American tour that kicks off a Griffin said she understands if people many colleagues like Anderson Cooper 11:30 a.m. South San Francisco Main
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South San Mateo Public Library Book
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President Donald Trump’s head. Ten I know it back and forth and it’s how I the comedy in her absurd situation. ssfpladm@plsinfo.org.
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sometimes? For sure. Do I go too far? I outrage.” from her mom, who said she was watch- Author s to discuss the ar t of Miller, a professor of Political
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p.m. Wiegand Gallery, 1500 Ralston For more information call 558-7400.
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attempted to rein in the disorderly
crowd, which amplified their frustra-
tion. The clash came to a head as her
residents to speak with the develop-
ment teams to foster better under-
standing of the projects.
tablets and mobile phones. Meets in
the Small Conference Room on the
first floor. For more information con-
tact gsuarez@redwoodcity.org.
Yuri Liberzon Classical Guitarist.
7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Woman's
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calls for greater diplomacy were met “It’s our burden that we need to host Sons in Retirement B ranch
David Mamet’s ‘Race.’ 8 p.m.
Luncheon. 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
with expletives hurled by the crowd. another session where we catch up South San Francisco Elk’s Lodge, 920 Dragon Productions Theatre Co.,
a subcommittee comprised of officials “No one should have to put up with ourselves, and the community, before Stonegate Drive, South San 2120 Broadway, Redwood City.
seeking the most suited developer to Francisco. Lunch speaker is D.H. Tickets are $35 for general admis-
that, ” said Councilman Rich we run into closed session and pick a Hines. For more information call sion and $27 for students and sen-
build on land purchased by the city’s Garbarino, attempting to quell the dis- winner, ” said Councilman Mark 878-5746. iors. For more information email
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Emotions tamped down a bit after- During the future deliberations, South San Francisco Main Library, FRIDAY, APRIL 6
development, ranging to as many as ward but the community’s sentiment neighborhood compatibility, park- 840 W. Orange Ave., South San Peninsula Clean Energy: Your New
Francisco. Free. Open to ages 18+. Official Electricity Provider. 7:30
847 units. The rental, affordable, mar- was clear — most in attendance felt ing, traffic and other residential con- For more information call 829-3860. a.m. Crystal Springs Golf Course,
ket and for-sale units would be con- the project was too large and stands to cerns should be addressed more fully, 6650 Golf Course Drive, Burlingame.
structed in three separate buildings, San Mateo Professional Alliance Learn about Peninsula Clean Energy,
compound existing traffic and parking suggested officials. Networking Lunch. Noon to 1 p.m. how it relates to the PG&E bill and
which under one alternative, the issues, among other concerns. Normandy spoke to the delicate bal- Central Park Bistro, 181 E. Fourth the benefits of being part of it. Cost
largest could reach 15 stories. Other Ave., San Mateo. Free admission, $15, includes breakfast. For more
“It must fit in the area, and this does ance officials are attempting to strike lunch ordered off the menu. For information contact
alternatives include 12- and eight- not, ” said resident Cynthia in managing the regional housing more information contact aercoke@gmail.com.
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space, 7 acres of park land, 13,000 input,” said Garbarino, gesturing to extensive community feedback down
square feet of space reserved for arti- Celebrating Youth Art Reception. April Free First Friday. 10 a.m. to 4
the audience. “Because this coun- the road following the selection of a 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Art Center of p.m. San Mateo County History
sanal merchants such as coffee roast- cilmember can’t make a reasonable developer, city staffers said they are Redwood City and San Carlos, 1700 Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood
ers, breweries and other independent decision without it.” willing to grant more time to include Industrial Road, San Carlos. A recep- City. Free admission with two pro-
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museum staff will conduct a special
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Alternatives to Lawns Work shop.
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renderings displaying the large towers Public Library 55 W. Third Ave., Oak docents will lead tours of the muse-
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110 Employment 110 Employment 203 Public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #276903
PET SITTERS & The following person is doing business
DOG WALKERS as: Preferred Contractors Insurance
Agency, 1885 Los Altos Dr., SAN MA-
NEEDED! TEO, CA 94402. Registered Owner:
Adriana Littrell, same address. The busi-
Local, family owned pet ness is conducted by an Individual. The
registrant commenced to transact busi-
care company. ness under the FBN on N/A.
Love for animals, /s/Adriana Littrell/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Valid CDL/Ins/Car sor-County Clerk on 3/5/18. (Published in
required. the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/13/18,
3/20/18, 3/27/18, 4/3/18).
Routes from San Mateo
to Palo Alto.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Approx hours, STATEMENT #277064
M-F 11am - 3pm The following person is doing business
as: Agosta Insurance Agency, 329 Wa- Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
www.bayareapetpals.com terford Street Suite A, PACIFICA, CA
Email: Lynda@bayareapetpals.com 94044. Registered Owner: TAPD Insur-
for more info ance Agency, Inc., CA. The business is
conducted by a Corporation. The regis-
trant commenced to transact business
under the FBN on 3/1/18.
/s/Anthony S. Agosta/
RESTAURANT - This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 3/16/18. (Published
Gao, a Fine dining Vietnam- in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/20/18,
Caregivers
Caregivers Wanted
Wanted ese Homestyle Cuisine spe-
cialized in Ben Tre Cooking,
3/27/18, 4/3/18, 4/10/18).

Home
Home CCare
are Jobs located in San Mateo FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #276910
(650) 600-8108 Looking for experienced
The following person is doing business
as: Sarika Design, 1213 Admiralty Lane,
EEmail:
mail: jobs@starlightcaregivers.com
jobs@starlightcaregivers.com Chef in ESE Vietnam Ben FOSTER CITY, CA 94404. Registered
Tre cooking cuisine. Owner: Sarika Singh, same address.
www.starlightcaregivers.com
w ww.starlightcaregivers.com The business is conducted by an Individ-
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walk-in
alk-in ual. The registrant commenced to trans-
Applicant must have prior act business under the FBN on N/A.
4600 EEll CCamino
amino Real
Real,, # 211,, Los
Los Altos
Altos chef experience working in /s/Sarika Singh/ 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
This statement was filed with the Asses-
Ben Tre region of Vietnam & sor-County Clerk on 3/5/18. (Published in FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
must know Ben Tre Cuisine the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/20/18, STATEMENT #276880
AT&T MOBILITY, LLC is proposing to construct a new tele-
3/27/18, 4/3/18, 4/10/18). The following person is doing business
dishes. as: Brow Famous, 15 43rd Ave., SAN communications tower facility located behind 201 Chesterton
MATEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner:
Please reply with your FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Marie Vasquez, 450 Commercial Ave. Place, San Mateo, CA 94401. The new facility will consist of a
Day or Night
Day Night Shifts,
Shiffts
ts, Immediate
Immediate Placement
Placement availability and primary contact STATEMENT #276948 Apt. 10, South San Francisco, CA 94080. replacement wood pole that will support a top-mounted anten-
information. Salary: Dependent on ex- The following person is doing business The business is conducted by an Individ-
Required:
Required: 2 years
years paid experience
experience perience. ual. The registrant commenced to trans- na with an overall height of 45’-5” above ground level. Any in-
as: Great Venture, 1027 Sylvan Drive,
or current
current CNA Certification;
Certification; SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered act business under the FBN on 03-01- terested party wishing to submit comments regarding the po-
Drive Car;
Must Drive Car; Speak
Speak and write
write English
English Email: gaovietkitchen@gmail.com Owner: Jupo Rony Hsu same address. 2018.
mail to:gaovietkitchen@gmail.com The business is conducted by an Individ- /s/Marie Vasquez/ tential effects the proposed facility may have on any historic
Phone: (415) 999-5111 This statement was filed with the Asses-
LA PETITE BALEEN is Hiring Swim (12 noon through 6PM)
ual. The registrant commenced to trans-
act business under the FBN on N/A. sor-County Clerk on 3/2/18. (Published in property may do so by sending comments to: Project
Teachers for our Atherton location! $300 /s/Jupo Rony Hsu/ the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/27/18, 6118001770-MI c/o EBI Consulting, 6876 Susquehanna Trail
Hiring Bonus! $15-$19/hour DOE. This statement was filed with the Asses- 4/3/18, 4/10/18, 4/17/18).
Over 16 yrs old. sor-County Clerk on 3/8/18. (Published in
South, York, PA 17403 or via telephone at 443-866-1410.
Email shannonh@swimlpb.com. the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/20/18,
SALES - Telemarketing and Inside Sales
Representative needed to sell newspa- 3/27/18, 4/3/18, 4/10/18). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
MERRY MAIDS per print and web advertising and event STATEMENT #276965
The following person is doing business
SAN MATEO marketing solutions. To apply, please call
650-344-5200 and send resume to
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME as: JP Heavy Equipment Services, 132
Hiring fulltime house cleaners. STATEMENT #277012 South Maple Ave., SOUTH SAN FRAN-
No weekends. Paid holidays. info@smdailyjournal.com
The following person is doing business CISCO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: SUMMARY OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE
Please call for an interview.
650-572-8200.
as: CounselMore, 1541 Sunnyslope Ave, Mario Jose Palencia Moscoso, 674 APPROVING DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own- Grand Ave. Apt. #7, South San Francis-
127 Elderly Care er: Margaret Rothe, same address. The co, CA 94080. The business is conduct- FOR THE GATEWAY AT
business is conducted by an Individual. ed by an Individual. The registrant com- MILLBRAE STATION PROJECT
NEWSPAPER INTERNS The registrant commenced to transact menced to transact business under the
JOURNALISM FAMILY RESOURCE business under the FBN on N/A. FBN on N/A.
The Daily Journal is looking for in- GUIDE /s/Margaret Rothe/ /s/Mario J. Palencia Moscoso/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
The City Council of the City of Millbrae, at its meeting on
This statement was filed with the Asses-
terns to do entry level reporting, re- The San Mateo Daily Journal’s sor-County Clerk on 3/14/18. (Published sor-County Clerk on 3/9/18. (Published in Tuesday, April 10, 2018, proposes to adopt an Ordinance en-
search, updates of our ongoing fea- twice-a-week resource guide for the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/3/18,
tures and interviews. Photo interns al-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/20/18,
4/10/18, 4/17/18, 4/24/18).
titled:
children and families. 3/27/18, 4/3/18, 4/10/18).
so welcome.
Every Tuesday & Weekend
We expect a commitment of four to FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME AN Ordinance Approving a Development Agreement
eight hours a week for at least four Look for it in today’s paper to STATEMENT #277021 STATEMENT #277109 for the Gateway at Millbrae Station Project
months. The internship is unpaid, but find information on family The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- resources in the local area, as: 2 Guyz Moving, 1556 Lodi Ave., SAN as: Natural Kitchen Cabinets Direct, 23 to Grant Increases in Development Intensities and
terns have progressed in time into
paid correspondents and full-time re-
including childcare. MATEO, CA 94401. Registered Owner: Mandalay Pl, SOUTH SAN FRANCIS- Other Benefits to the Project in Exchange for
Murat Korkmaz, same address. The CO, CA 94080. Registered Owner: Au-
porters. business is conducted by an Individual. drey Ching Wei Wong, same address. Community Benefits Including the Provision of
College students or recent graduates
The registrant commenced to transact The business is conducted by an Individ-
ual. The registrant commenced to trans-
Affordable Housing and Specific Timeframe
business under the FBN on 03.14.2018.
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper 203 Public Notices /s/Murat Korkmaz/ act business under the FBN on N/A. for Construction of a Hotel
experience is preferred but not neces- This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Audrey Wong/
sarily required. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME sor-County Clerk on 3/14/18. (Published This statement was filed with the Asses-
STATEMENT #276954 in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/20/18, sor-County Clerk on 3/21/18. (Published The Ordinance approves a Development Agreement for the
Please send a cover letter describing in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/3/18,
your interest in newspapers, a resume
The following person is doing business 3/27/18, 4/3/18, 4/10/18).
4/10/18, 4/17/18, 4/24/18).
Gateway at Millbrae Station Project, also known as TOD #2,
as: Body Balancing Essentials, 1951
and three recent clips. Before you ap-
O’Farrell St. #115, CA 94403. Registered that is proposed to be constructed on a portion of the BART
ply, you should familiarize yourself FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
with our publication. Our Web site: Owner: Beverly Addy, same address. STATEMENT #277162 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Station property within the Millbrae Station Area Specific Plan
www.smdailyjournal.com. The business is conducted by an Individ- The following person is doing business STATEMENT #277179
The following person is doing business
(“MSASP”) Area. The MSASP allows for increases in devel-
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- as: Arboreal, 3229 Los Prados Street,
Send your information via e-mail to act business under the FBN on 3/8/18. SAN MATEO, CA 94403. Registered as: San Mateo Launderland, 620 East opment density for projects, such as Floor Area Ratio (FAR)
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg-
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- /s/Beverly Addy/ Owner: Jeanie Cusing, same address. 3rd Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg-
istered Owner: LMSI Inc., CA. The busi-
and dwelling units per acre, if those projects provide commun-
The business is conducted by an Individ-
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 This statement was filed with the Asses- ual. The registrant commenced to trans- ness is conducted by a Corporation. The ity benefits, all in compliance with Chapter 10 of the MSASP.
sor-County Clerk on 3/8/18. (Published in act business under the FBN on N/A. registrant commenced to transact busi-
The community benefits for this project include the provision
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/13/18, /s/Jeanie Cusing/ ness under the FBN on 9/1/2017.
3/20/18, 3/27/18, 4/3/18). This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Tian Jen Si/ of affordable housing, a donation towards the reconstruction
This statement was filed with the Asses-
SALES/MARKETING
sor-County Clerk on 3/23/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/27/18, sor-County Clerk on 3/26/18. (Published of the City's Community Center, the provision of public open
INTERNSHIPS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 4/3/18, 4/10/18, 4/17/18). in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/3/18, space, and certain timing commitments regarding the con-
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking 4/10/18, 4/17/18, 4/24/18).
for ambitious interns who are eager to STATEMENT #276895 struction of certain project components, including a hotel. In
jump into the business arena with both The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME exchange, the developer will receive permission to vary from
as: West Coast Glazing Installation, 814 STATEMENT #277167 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs
of the newspaper and media industries. Warrington Avenue, REDWOOD CITY, The following person is doing business STATEMENT #276980 certain development standards, an extension of the time peri-
The following person is doing business
This position will provide valuable CA 94063. Registered Owner: West as: Neat Method, 110 Yuba Court, SAN
as: LK7 Beauty, 2115 Broadway St. #25, od in which certain approvals are valid, a protection from fu-
experience for your bright future. BRUNO, CA 94066. Registered Owner:
Email resume
Coast Architectural Millwork, CA The Hiroko Cruz LLC, CA. The business is REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Registered
Owner: Lana Kort, 1 Wessix Ct., Daly
ture changes in development standards and fees, and a finan-
business is conducted by a Corporation.
info@smdailyjournal.com
The registrant commenced to transact
conducted by a Limited Liability Compa-
ny. The registrant commenced to trans-
City, CA 94015. The business is con- cial contribution towards the affordable housing component of
business under the FBN on 2-7-18. act business under the FBN on
ducted by an Individual. The registrant
commenced to transact business under
the project. The implementation tool for these arrangements
TRIBUZI FOR HAIR /s/Gevork Topalian/ 3/23/2018.
/s/Hiroko Cruz/
the FBN on N/A. is a Development Agreement, which requires City Council ap-
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Lana Kort/ proval by means of this Ordinance.
sor-County Clerk on 3/5/18. (Published in This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
has a station for rent join our busy friend- sor-County Clerk on 3/23/18. (Published
ly energetic salon located the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/13/18, sor-County Clerk on 3/12/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/27/18, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/3/18,
25 W. 25th Ave #5 in San Mateo. 3/20/18, 3/27/18, 4/3/18). 4/3/18, 4/10/18, 4/17/18). 4/10/18, 4/17/18, 4/24/18). Copies of the proposed ordinance are on file and can be
Stop by or call Paige (650)679-4736.
made available for inspection at the Office of the Millbrae City
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Clerk at 621 Magnolia Avenue, Millbrae, California.
STATEMENT #277058 STATEMENT #277250
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business

GOT JOBS? This Ordinance was introduced for a first reading on March
as: Bay Area Therapy Services, 1425 as: Gold Wood Design, 405 Piccadily
Broadway Ave, Ste 4, BURLINGAME, Place Unit 21, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066.
CA 94010. Registered Owner: Nina Registered Owner: Khumid Guchigov,
13, 2018, with all five members of the Council present. Coun-
Bratcher, 572 Moona Way, Pacifica, CA same address. The business is conduct- cilmembers Holober, Oliva and Schneider voted in favor, and
94044. The business is conducted by an ed by an Individual. The registrant com-
Individual. The registrant commenced to menced to transact business under the Mayor Papan and Councilmember Lee voted against the in-
transact business under the FBN on N/A. FBN on 3.30.2018. troduction of this Ordinance. The Ordinance will be presented
The best career seekers /s/Nina Bratcher/
This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Khumid Guchigov/
This statement was filed with the Asses- to the City Council for a second reading and enactment at the
read the Daily Journal. sor-County Clerk on 3/16/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/27/18,
sor-County Clerk on 3/30/18. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/3/18,
April 10, 2018 City Council meeting.
4/3/18, 4/10/18, 4/17/18). 4/10/18, 4/17/18, 4/24/18).
We will help you recruit qualified, talented The foregoing Summary was prepared by the City Attorney
individuals to join your company or organization. who is the official designated by the City Council to prepare
the Summary provided for in Government Code Section
The Daily Journal’s readership covers a wide
range of qualifications for all types of positions. LEGAL NOTICES 36933(c)(1).
Dated: 4/3/18
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
For the best value and the best results, Fictitious Business Name Statements, Elena Suazo
recruit from the Daily Journal... Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, City Clerk
Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, 4/3/18
Contact us for a free consultation Notice of Public Sales and More. CNS-3116661#
SAN MATEO DAILY JOURNAL
Call (650) 344-5200 or Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County.
Email: ads@smdailyjournal.com Fax your request to: 650-344-5290
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203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices 298 Collectibles 304 furniture
fiCtitiouS buSineSS name order to ShoW CauSe for demandante que no tiene abogado, es): (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- muSiCaL doLL in a Box! "Soft Impres- entertainment Center for $50.
ChanGe of name Brian N. Winn(SBN 86779) nal: 3/27/18, 4/3/18, 4/10/18, 4/17/18) sions" Porcelain/Bisque.Mint. Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
Statement #277266 CASE# 18CIV01424 Laura M. Hoalst (SBN 101082) Cond. $8. (650)888-9314 (650)726-4102
The following person is doing business SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, John E. Gordon (SBN 180053)
as: Bullzeye Installation, 989 Shasta COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, Stephen S. Zeller(SBN 265664) SCarLett o'hara Doll. by "Gambina" free Wooden Bed frame, good condi-
Street, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Jason M. Burrows (SBN 309882) Mint condition. 12" ht.. $12. (650)888- tion pictures available (650)322-9598
Registered Owner: 1)Jeffrey Swenson, REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 Amit Taneja (SBN 304559) 9314 email tmckay1@sbcglobal.net
101 Inner Circle, Redwood City, CA PETITION OF Winn Law Group
94062 2)James Patrick Moore, 32 Lem- Javier Olivan Lopez A Professional Corporation Star WarS Action figure: Qui-Gon GLider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The Chapman Building Jinn (Jedi Knight), mint-in package. $10 lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644.
on Blossom Ct., San Jose, CA 95123. Petitioner: Javier Olivan Lopez filed a pe- 110 E. Willshire Ave. Ste. 212 Steve (650)518-6614.
The business is conducted by a General tition with this court for a decree chang- FULLERTON, CA 92832 ikea dreSSer, black, 3 shelf. 23" x
Partnership. The registrant commenced ing name as follows: (714)446-6686 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
to transact business under the FBN on Present Name: Javier Olivan Lopez FILED: 12/15/2016 299 Computers
03/06/2000. Proposed Name: Javier Olivan DATE (Fecha): 12/15/2016 210 Lost & found ikea tabLe, black 58" x 21" x 14" high.
$ 30. (650)598-9804.
19" CoLor Monitor with stand VG con-
/s/Jeffrey Swenson/ Clerk (Secretario) by, Rodina M. Catala-
dition power cord/owners manual includ-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons no LoSt Cat. Black and White. Black
This statement was filed with the Asses- interested in this matter shall appear be- ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 LivinG room Table, good condition.
Deputy (Adjunto) Nima Mokhtarani patch on right eye. REWARD.
sor-County Clerk on 4/2/18. (Published in fore this court at the hearing indicated Call (323) 439-7713.
$30. (415)231-4825
the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/3/18, NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED:
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- You are served reCordabLe Cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- Love Chair, velour, tan. $45.
4/10/18, 4/17/18, 4/24/18). tition for change of name should not be ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
granted. Any person objecting to the
- as an individual defendant books (650) 578 9208
(808)631-1365.
(SEAL)
name changes described above must file neW deLuxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
a written objection that includes the rea- JameS patterSon hardback books.
order to ShoW CauSe for (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- 2 @ $3.00 each. (650)341-1861 300 toys ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
sons for the objection at least two court nal: 3/20/18, 3/27/18, 4/3/18, 4/10/18) Sell! (650) 875-8159.
ChanGe of name days before the matter is scheduled to
CASE# 18CIV00996 be heard and must appear at the hearing niChoLaS SparkS hardback books. 100 thinGS for little children to do on a
2 @ $3.00 each. Call (650)341-1861 neW tWin Mattress set plus frame
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, to show cause why the petition should trip. 4"X6" cards with instructions. Used. $30.00 (650) 347-2356
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, not be granted. If no written objection is FREE (650)595-3933
quaLity bookS used and rare. World
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, timely filed, the court may grant the peti- & US History and classic American nov- niaGara vibratinG Adjustable bed
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the ameriCan fLyer locomotive runs good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 petition shall be held on 05/9/18 at 9
els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 (408)656-0958
PETITION OF a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center,
German Alberto Aguilera the haLo Forerunner saga. 3 books. LarGe Stuffed ANIMALS - $3 each
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Like new. Great gift! $25. (650) 204-0587 offiCe SWiveL Chair, good condition.
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Order to Show Cause shall be published Great for Kids (650) 952-3500 $25. (415)231-4825
Petitioner: German Alberto Aguilera filed at least once each week for four succes- v.LoGvinov, unuSuaL Journey to the roLLerbLadeS, Good condition.
a petition with this court for a decree sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- SummonS (CitaCion JudiCiaL) Country of Cyclic Arithmetic, 2017, Rus- offiCe type 34"X 60" heavy solid
ing on the petition in the following news- CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso): Size 10 $25 OBO. Please call (650)745- wood with formica wood grain top $25
changing name as follows: CLJ519995
sian, 104p $25 (650)638-1695 6309 (650) 787-9753
Present Names: paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: ANGELA C.
1)German Alberto Aguilera Filed: 3/27/2018 CHAVEZ, an individual; and Does 1-100, 294 baby Stuff Star WarS Celebration 3 Darth Vader
$20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568
ornate LarGe bookCaSe: Two
2)Herman Albert Aguilera /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ inclusive Pieces 5Ft across by 7ft tall Paid $2500
Proposed Names: Judge of the Superior Court fiSher-priCe heaLthy Care booster asking $500 CALL(650)345-9199.
1)Herman Alberto Aguilera Dated: 3/23/2018 YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF: seat - $5 (650)592-5864. 302 antiques
(Published 4/3/18, 4/10/18, 4/17/18, Persolve, LLC, a limited liability compa- ornate mahoGany headboard with
2)Herman Alberto Aguilera gold trim $60. (650)589-0764
4/24/18) ny, dba, Account Resolution Associates 295 art mahoGany antique Secretary desk,
72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons NOTICE! You have been sued. The court elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. retro hutCh Needs refinishing other-
interested in this matter shall appear be- bruShed finiSh, 15" X 20" frame wise good condition. Top detaches from
may decide against you without your be- holds 18 various size photos. Never
fore this court at the hearing indicated ing heard unless you respond within 30 bottom $25. (650)712-9962
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- days. Read the information below.
used. $20. 650-369-2486. 303 electronics
SummonS (CitaCion JudiCiaL) SeWinG StoraGe cabinet, Custom
tition for change of name should not be CaSe number (número del Caso): You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after
granted. Any person objecting to the 16CLJ02868 this summons and legal papers are 296 appliances antareS doLLarS Bill Changer ma- made wood perfect condition $75.
chines never used for small bus. $95 (650)483-1222
name changes described above must file NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: served on you to file a written response (650)992-4544.
at this court and have a copy served on air Conditioner 10000 BTU w/re-
a written objection that includes the rea- ITZEL OLLERBRUNO mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Sofabed, veLour, tan, Excellent
DOES 1 TO 10, Inclusive, the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not condition. $75. (808)631-1365.
sons for the objection at least two court protect you. Your written response must brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- atm maChine for Sale, Call (408)609-
days before the matter is scheduled to be in proper legal form if you want the 0898 0459 for more details.
YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF: SoLid Wood Dining table with exten-
be heard and must appear at the hearing WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. court to hear your case. There may be a bLaupunkt am/fm/Cd Radio and Re- sion great piece great condition black
to show cause why the petition should court form that you can use for your re- air Conditioner, Portable, 14,000 $80 (650)364-5263
BTU, Commercial Cool model ceiver with Detachable Face asking
not be granted. If no written objection is NOTICE! You have been sued. The court sponse. You can find these court forms $100. (650)593-4490
and more information at the California CPN14XC9, almost like new! All acces- SoLid Wood Entertainment Center-
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- may decide against you without your be-
sories plus remote included.
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the ing heard unless you respond within 30 Courts Online Self-Help Center kindLe fire 8 in. Case and Charger TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
days. Read the information below. (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your 20” x 16-5/8” x 33-1/2” $245 OBO. Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
petition shall be held on 04/18/18 at 9 (650)345-1835 incl. 64 gig $40 Jeff (650)208-5758
You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after county law library, or the courthouse X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, this summons and legal papers are nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing motoroLa bravo MB 520 (android (925)482-5742
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this served on you to file a written response fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver Coffee maker $15.00 white, Kitchen 4.1 upgrade) smart phone 35$ 8GB SD
Order to Show Cause shall be published at this court and have a copy served on form. If you do not file your response on Gourmet, makes up to 12 cups (650)533- card Belmont (650)595-8855 tabLe 24"x48" folding legs each end.
at least once each week for four succes- the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not time, you may lose the case by default, 0907 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- protect you. Your written response must and your wages, money, and property onkyo av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
be in proper legal form if you want the may be taken without further warning CoLeman Lxe Roadtrip Grill - Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready,
ing on the petition in the following news- Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 three inCh egg crate foam twin bed
court to hear your case. There may be a from the court. Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393
paper of general circulation: There are other legal requirements. You (650)918-9847 mattress for sound sleep, perfect condi-
San Mateo Daily Journal court form that you can use for your re-
sponse. You can find these court forms may want to call an attorney right away. SamSunG fLat TV 20" ex.co.incl. tion, $20, 650-595-3933
Filed: 3/7/2018 and more information at the California If you do not know an attorney, you may eLeCtriC Stove From Sears VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ want to call an attorney referral service. If Excellent Condition $225 tWin bed frame-black wrought iron
Courts Online Self-Help Center Please Call (650)244-9267 from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
Judge of the Superior Court (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your you cannot afford an attorney, you may 304 furniture
Dated: 3/5/2018 county law library, or the courthouse be eligible for free legal services from a
nonprofit legal services program. You Good miCroWave 1100 watt $40 Da- tWin bed, mattress, box spring, frame
(Published 3/13/18, 3/20/18, 3/27/18, nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing ly City (415) 231-4825. 2 WaLnut 3-drawer nitestands. Tops $ 50. (650)598-9804.
4/3/18) fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver can locate these nonprofit groups at the need work but very good cond. $20/ea
form. If you do not file your response on California Legal Services Web site hotpoint heavy Duty Dryer excellent (650)952-3466. uSed bedroom Furniture, FREE. Call
time, you may lose the case by default, (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- working condition Burlingame $50 Call (650)573-7381.
and your wages, money, and property nia Courts Online Self-Help Center Dan (408)656-0958 antique dininG table for six people
may be taken without further warning (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 WaLL unit/room Divider. Simple
from the court. contacting your local court or county bar maytaG WaSher excellent working lines. Breaks down for transportation.
order to ShoW CauSe for There are other legal requirements. You association. NOTE: The court has a stat- condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan antique mohaGany Bookcase. Four $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
may want to call an attorney right away. utory lien for waived fees and costs on (408)656-0958 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
ChanGe of name any settlement or arbitration award of WaLnut CheSt, small (4 drawer with
CASE# 18CIV01250 If you do not know an attorney, you may
want to call an attorney referral service. If $10,000 or more in a civil case. The mfG h20LabS Model 300 exc cond armChair Good condition $55. upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, you cannot afford an attorney, you may court's lien must be paid before the court counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. (650)266-3184
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, be eligible for free legal services from a will dismiss the case. ¡AVISO! Lo han Wardrobe CLoSet with beveled
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, demandado. Si no responde dentro de room heater Electric 1320 Watts, Ar- beiGe Sofa $99. Excellent Condition door mirror $100 or B/Offer. (650)589-
nonprofit legal services program. You 0764
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 30 días, la corte puede decidir en su vin Air Fan Forced Automatic $5. (650) 315-2319
can locate these nonprofit groups at the
PETITION OF California Legal Services Web site contra sin escuchar su versión. Lea la in- (650)952-3500
bunk bedS for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 Wood - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
Qing Gang Shen, Quin Shen (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- formación a continuación. years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or
Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- SeWinG maChine-royaL XL 6000 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: nia Courts Online Self-Help Center B/O (650)685-2494
(www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by spués de que le entreguen esta citación Dressmaker Sewing Machine. $150.
Petitioner: Qing Gang Shen, Qin Shen contacting your local court or county bar y papeles legales para presentar una re- (650)342-8436. 306 housewares
filed a petition with this court for a decree Carpet runner: 16ft.X26 Wide. Col-
association. NOTE: The court has a stat- spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer or: floral design. good condition
changing name as follows: utory lien for waived fees and costs on que se entregue una copia al deman- ShoWtime rotiSSerie used once CompLete Set OF CHINA - Windsor
$90. Call (650)347-1458 no ans/eave $45.00. (650)266-3184
Present Names: any settlement or arbitration award of dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- message. 20-pieces in original box, never used.
1) Qing Gang Shen $10,000 or more in a civil case. The Commode, Good condition. $20 obo.
2) Qin Shen court's lien must be paid before the court crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- Please call (650)745-6309 $250 per box (3 boxes available).
recto si desea que procesen su caso en SinGer SeWinG Machine. Good condi- (650)342-5630
Proposed Names: will dismiss the case. ¡AVISO! Lo han tion. $45 obo. San Mateo. Please call
demandado. Si no responde dentro de la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- Computer deSk (glass) & chair. Like
1) Tommy Shen lario que usted pueda usar para su re- (650)745-6309 after 5:00 pm. new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or CryStaL (Leaded glass) lamp $30.
30 días, la corte puede decidir en su
2) Quin Shen contra sin escuchar su versión. Lea la in- spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- gtecher@comcast.net Can send picture. (650)464-7860
larios de la corte y más información en el Smith Corona typewriter and table
formación a continuación. M120 $25 (650)888-9314
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- Computer deSk For sale $99 GriLLinG Wok stir fry. high quality
interested in this matter shall appear be- spués de que le entreguen esta citación fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- tabLe top Elec.Skillet Oster #4859 (650)520-4650 steel. Brand new $27 contact 650 592-
fore this court at the hearing indicated y papeles legales para presentar una re- teca de leyes de su condado o en la w/cover 11 7/8"sq.cook area $10.00 2648
spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer corte que le quede más cerca. Si no Computer SWiveL CHAIR. Padded
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- (650)344-4756 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409
que se entregue una copia al deman- puede pagar la cuota de presentación, JuLiSka hand-Crafted 6 7/16"
tition for change of name should not be pida al secretario de la corte que le dé plates. 2 bxs, of 4 ea. NEW $15.00
granted. Any person objecting to the dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- unitap Standard centerset bath- deSk, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o.
ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- un formulario de exención de pago de room chrome faucet, complete, $10, (650)344-4756
name changes described above must file (650)458-3578
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a (650)595-3933
a written objection that includes the rea- recto si desea que procesen su caso en tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- kitChen Craft Cutter with five differ-
sons for the objection at least two court la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- vaCuum CLeaner (reconditioned) ent cones, brand new, 5 different knives.
dinette tabLe, 3 adjustable leaf.$30. $35 contact 650-592-2648
days before the matter is scheduled to lario que usted pueda usar para su re- eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 (650) 756-9516.Daly City.
be heard and must appear at the hearing spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- cia.
to show cause why the petition should larios de la corte y más información en el Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- WeStern WaShboard Sales made
of brass and wood, Golden Beam #25-C.
dininG room SET - Cherry Wood 308 tools
Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- mendable que llame a un abogado inme- (Looks Like Mahogany), two extra
not be granted. If no written objection is diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, $75. phone 650-369-2486. leaves, Seats up to 10. $1200 or best of-
fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- antique iron Hand Drills. 3 available
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- teca de leyes de su condado o en la puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a fer. (650)591-6331. Call afternoons or
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the corte que le quede más cerca. Si no abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- WhirLpooL WaSher DRYER, GE evenings at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron
petition shall be held on 04/27/18 at 9 puede pagar la cuota de presentación, gado, es posible que cumpla con los Refrigerator all working and in good con-
a.m., Dept. PJ at 400 County Center, pida al secretario de la corte que le dé requisitos para obtener servicios legales dition all for $99.00 (650)315-3240. dininG tabLe (36"x54") and 4 match- CraftSman 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this un formulario de exención de pago de gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar WhirLpooL-dryer GaS Coin Oper- $250 .(650)-654-1930.
Order to Show Cause shall be published ated Laundry $99.00 (650)948-4895 or
tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio ShopSmith mark V 50th Anniversary
at least once each week for four succes- web de California Legal Services, (650)302-2456 dreSSer 4-draWer in Belmont for
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro $75. Good condition; good for children.
ing on the petition in the following news- (650)504-0585
paper of general circulation:
cia. de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, 297 bicycles Call (650)678-8585
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- (www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en
San Mateo Daily Journal mendable que llame a un abogado inme- contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo- aduLt bikeS 1 regular and 2 with bal-
Filed: 3/15/2018 diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los
Judge of the Superior Court abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- costos exentos por imponer un grava- bmx monGooSe Outer Limit Bike,
gado, es posible que cumpla con los men sobre cualquier recuperación de looks almost new, $29 (650)595-3933
Dated: 3/14/2018 $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me-
requisitos para obtener servicios legales
(Published 3/20/18, 3/27/18, 4/3/18, gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- diante un acuerdo o una concesión de ChiLd’S SChWinn biCyCLe, bLue in
4/10/18) gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189.
estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte
web de California Legal Services, antes de que la corte pueda desechar el neW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro caso. $75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave
de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, The name and address of the court is (El mes
(www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en nombre y dirección de la corte es): MAIN
Statement of abandonment of contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo- COURTHOUSE - HALL OF JUSTICE, 298 Collectibles
the uSe of a fiCtitiouS buSineSS gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA
name Statement 274210 tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los 94063-1665. The name, address, and 2 adorabLe 1950's girl dolls ."Ginny"
Names of the person abandoning the costos exentos por imponer un grava- telephone number of plaintiff's attorney, doll Knock-offs. Stands & clothes. $20.
use of the Fictitious Business Name: La- men sobre cualquier recuperación de or plaintiff without an attorney, is (El (650)888-9314
$10,000 ó más de valor recibida me- nombre, la dirección y el número de telé-
na Kort. Name of Business: Moonlight fono del abogado del demandante, o del
Salon. Date of original filing: 07/03/17. diante un acuerdo o una concesión de 80’S topS Complete Factory Set All
arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. demandante que no tiene abogado, es):
Address of Principal Place of Business: Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte Edit Alexandryan/SBN 249323 Years $99 Call Rick (415) 999-4474.
4060 S El Camino Real, SAN MATEO, antes de que la corte pueda desechar el Persolve, LLC, a limited liability compa-
CA 94403. Registrant: Lana Kort, 1 ny, dba, Account Resolution Associates a-team fiGurineS Plus Jeep $20
caso. (650)591-9769 San Carlos
Wessix Ct., Daly City, CA 94015. The The name and address of the court is (El 9301 Winnetka Avenue Ste B
business was conducted by an Individu- nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU- CHATSWORTH, CA 91311 CoLLeCtabLe memorabiLLia from
al. PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SAN (818)534-3100 the Bay Meadow. 9 items at $10 each.
MATEO COUNTY, REDWOOD CITY FILED: 2/20/2013
/s/Lana Kort/ DATE (Fecha): 2/20/2013 650-346-9262 for inquiries.
This statement was filed with the Asses- SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
400 COUNTY CENTER, REDWOOD Clerk (Secretario) by, John C. Fitton
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo Deputy (Adjunto) R. Krill Lennox red Rose, Unused, hand
CITY, CA 94063. The name, address, painted, porcelain, authenticity papers,
County on 3/12/18. and telephone number of plaintiff's attor- NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED:
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- You are served. $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
ney, or plaintiff without an attorney, is (El
nal, 4/3/18, 4/10/18, 4/17/18, 4/24/18). nombre, la dirección y el número de telé- Seal.
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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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