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Belmont apartment building up for review


Planning Commission to discuss 250-unit residential project proposal at April 30 meeting
By Zachary Clark requires 15% of units in a multi- ness area, pet spa and bike kitchen Boulevard and Ralston Avenue to erings and public art exhibit,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF family building to be affordable. and a 2,150-square-foot interior be consolidated into a single par- wider sidewalks, corner bulb-outs,
The four-story, 224,000 square lobby space can be used for com- cel. The site is currently developed street trees and bike lanes.
A Belmont apartment building foot proposal known as “Artisan munity events. with a mix of commercial and resi- Traffic from the project will
proposal consisting of 250 units, Crossing” features a 1,352-square- An underground parking garage dential buildings ranging from impact the intersection of Elmer
including 38 below-market-rate foot “flex” space on the ground can accommodate 258 cars and one to two stories. Surrounding Street and Ralston Avenue for
ones, will be reviewed by the level for art classes. It will be run there are 216 long-term bike park- the project site is a deli, storage which Windy Hill will pay traffic
Planning Commission Tuesday, by Community School of Music ing spaces — well above the facility and auto body shop, to mitigation fees, according to a
April 30. and Arts rent-free. requirement — and 14 electric name a few nearby businesses. staff report.
Developer Windy Hill is required The apartment building includes vehicle-recharging spaces. Windy Hill is also proposing Residents and housing organiza-
to construct 38 below-market-rate 140 one-bedroom units, 67 stu- The project site is comprised of streetscape upgrades, including a tions have sent to the city numer-
units because of the city’s inclu- dios and 43 two-bedroom units. five properties at and around 1325 4, 031-square-foot public plaza
sionary housing ordinance, which Additional amenities include a fit- Old County Road between Harbor area with a seat wall, deck for gath- See PROJECT, Page 19

SAN MATEO-FOSTER CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT


Workers have broken ground and excavation grading work for the new
gym and classrooms has begun at Abbott Middle School. The projected
occupancy is July 2020.

SM-FC school
construction AUSTIN WALSH/DAILY JOURNAL
Skaters enjoy the refurbished Millbrae skate park, for which officials recently approved a new set of use rules.

New rules for Millbrae skate park


forges ahead
Officials approve use policies for popular recreation outlet
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Officials optimistic over building progress
By Austin Walsh School.
The Millbrae skate park rules. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF The variety of
That’s what patrons are saying efforts mark
about the popular recreation facil- New building is underway across progress for the
ity, and also what city officials the San Mateo-Foster City c o n s t r uc t i o n
said are needed to protect the park Elementary School District and p r o g r a m
from vandals and miscreants. optimism is growing among offi- financed by
To address the interests of both cials that difficulties are clearing Measure X,
parties, the Millbrae City Council for a previously challenged bond which has
approved Tuesday, April 23, a set construction program. Shara Watkins e n c o u n t e r e d
of policies and regulations for the Work started on new gyms and some chal-
recently renovated park near classrooms at a couple campuses lenges since voters approved the
Taylor Middle School and the Spur and demolition began for a new tax in 2015.
Trail. Foster City elementary school, As fresh dirt is turned over,
The park used by skateboard, while groundwork is still being school board President Shara
bike and scooter riders was closed laid for construction of a new gym Watkins said she is heartened to
and classrooms at Borel Middle
See SKATE, Page 19 See SCHOOL, Page 8

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Thought for the Day


“An education isn’t how much you have
committed to memory, or even how much
you know. It’s being able to differentiate
between what you know and what you
don’t.”
— Anatole France, French author and critic

This Day in History


a jury in Simi Valley, acquitted four Los

1992 Angeles police officers of almost all


state charges in the videotaped beating
of motorist Rodney King; the verdicts
were followed by rioting in Los Angeles
resulting in 55 deaths.
In 1 4 2 9 , Joan of Arc entered the besieged city of Orleans
to lead a French victory over the English.
In 1 8 6 1 , the Maryland House of Delegates voted 53-13
against seceding from the Union. In Montgomery,
Alabama, President Jefferson Davis asked the Confederate
Congress for the authority to wage war.
In 1 9 1 6 , the Easter Rising in Dublin collapsed as Irish
nationalists surrendered to British authorities.
In 1945, during World War II, American soldiers liberated
the Dachau concentration camp. Adolf Hitler married Eva REUTERS
Braun inside his “Fuhrerbunker” and designated Adm. Karl A protester demonstrates at the entrance of Justice Ministry in Brazil during a rally to defend indigenous land and cultural
Doenitz president. rights.
In 1 9 4 6 , 28 former Japanese officials went on trial in
Tokyo as war criminals; seven ended up being sentenced to
death. In other news ...
In 1 9 5 7 , the SM-1, the first military nuclear power plant, threaten birds and other wildlife when meeting last month in Unity. Penny
was dedicated at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
National Comedy Center they fall to earth. Sampson, chairwoman of the Select
In 1 9 6 7 , Aretha Franklin’s cover of Otis Redding’s to digitize Lucille Ball archives “People don’t really realize that it’s Board, said she had witnessed a couple
“Respect” was released as a single by Atlantic Records. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — Handwritten littering. That’s why we want to bring releases in person. Once was in 2000
In 1 9 6 8 , the counterculture rock musical “Hair” heralding notes and family photographs belong- attention to this, ” said state Rep. when triplet boys died in a fire in
the “Age of Aquarius” opened at Broadway’s Biltmore ing to Lucille Ball will be digitally Lydia Blume, who’s supporting a bal- Unity. Another time, balloons were
Theater following limited engagements off-Broadway, preserved as part of a new project loon bill in Maine. “It’s a common released at the Wiscasset Raceway to
beginning a run of 1,750 performances. being undertaken by the National sense thing.” memorialize someone who died.
Comedy Center in the late actress’s Nationwide, there’s a growing “To pollute the environment and
Birthdays hometown.
The center in western New York
awareness of the problem, and it has
energized legislation in state govern-
cause marine and wildlife issues is real-
ly not a good way to memorialize
announced plans Friday to digitize the ments. Bills to limit the intentional someone. There are plenty of other
archives of the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz release of large numbers of balloons ways to do it,” Sampson said.
Museum in marking the 30th anniver- are being aired in legislatures in
sary of the “I Love Lucy” star’s death. Arizona, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Crane falls on busy
Much of the material, which also New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York Seattle street, killing four
includes behind-the-scenes production and Rhode Island, in addition to Maine,
papers and telegrams, has never been said Jennifer Schultz of the National SEATTLE — A construction crane
exhibited. Museum officials say it will Conference of State Legislatures. fell from a building on Google’s new
be made available in the coming years. Texas is also considering a study on Seattle campus during a storm that
Disgraced Comedian Jerry Actor Daniel Day- The interactive National Comedy windblown and waterborne litter that brought wind gusts, crashing down
financier Bernard Seinfeld is 65. Lewis is 62. Center opened last summer near the would include helium balloons, she onto one of the city’s busiest streets
Madoff is 81. existing Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz said. A similar proposal was terminated and killing four people.
Museum. The interactive National while in committee in the Kentucky One female and three males had died
Actor Keith Baxter is 86. Conductor Zubin Mehta is 83. Comedy Center builds on Ball’s vision legislature last month. by the time firefighters had arrived
Pop singer Bob Miranda (The Happenings) is 77. Country for a museum that celebrates all come- These states would join California, Saturday afternoon, Fire Chief Harold
singer Duane Allen (The Oak Ridge Boys) is 76. Singer dy as an art form. Connecticut, Florida, Tennessee and Scoggins said. Two of the dead were
Tommy James is 72. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., is 69. Virginia — all of which already have ironworkers who had been inside the
Movie director Phillip Noyce is 69. Actor Leslie Jordan is 64. More states aim to knock air laws that ban or restrict launches. crane while the other two were people
Actress Kate Mulgrew is 64. Actress Michelle Pfeiffer is 61. California’s law applies only to foil who were inside cars, Fire Department
Actress Eve Plumb is 61. Rock musician Phil King is 59.
out of festive balloon launches balloons, while Connecticut is current- spokesman Lance Garland said.
Country singer Stephanie Bentley is 56. Actor Vincent PORTLAND, Maine — The tradition ly considering a stricter law, said A 25-year-old mother and her 4-
Ventresca is 53. Singer Carnie Wilson (Wilson Phillips) is of releasing balloons at weddings, Danielle Vosburgh, a Florida environ- month-old daughter were in a car that
51. Actor Paul Adelstein is 50. Actress Uma Thurman is 49. birthdays and memorials may soon get mental activist who helped launch a was smashed by the crane on its passen-
International Tennis Hall of Famer Andre Agassi is 49. Rapper deflated by lawmakers in more than nonprofit organization, Balloons ger side, and both managed to escape
Master P is 49. Actor Darby Stanchfield is 48. Country singer half a dozen states. Blow. with only minor injuries, Seattle
James Bonamy is 47. Gospel/rhythm-and-blues singer Erica Critics say the helium-filled bal- Maine’s proposal to ban mass bal- Mayor Jenny Durkan said, calling it a
Campbell (Mary Mary) is 47. loons pollute the environment, and loon releases took flight at a town miracle.

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME


By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Lotto Local Weather Forecast
Unscramble these Jumbles, April 24 Powerball Fantasy Five Mo nday : Mostly cloudy in the morning
one letter to each square,
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to form four ordinary words. 2 29 41 45 62 6 15 20 21 26 29 then becoming sunny. Highs in the 50s to
mid 60s. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph.
PENIT Powerball

Daily Four
Mo nday ni g ht: Partly cloudy. Lows in
April 26 Mega Millions the lower 50s. Southwest winds 10 to 20
9 17 23 30 46 10 3 6 9 6 mph.
Tues day : Partly cloudy. Highs in the 50s
PRIVE Mega number
Daily three midday to mid 60s. Southwest winds 10 to 20
April 24 Super Lotto Plus 5 9 1 mph.
Tues day ni g ht: Mostly clear. Lows in the lower 50s.
1 2 29 32 35 18 Daily three evening Wednes day : Sunny. Highs in the 50s to upper 60s.
GFSNUU Mega number

5 5 2
Wednes day ni g ht thro ug h Thurs day : Partly cloudy.
Lows in the lower 50s.
The Daily Derby race winners are Whirl Win, No. 6, in Fri day : Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in the
first place; Hot Shot, No. 3, in second place; and Big mid 50s to upper 60s.
Saturday : Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 50s. Highs in
DEMEIP Ben, No. 4, in third place. The race time was clocked
the mid 50s to upper 60s.
at 1:43.59.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Monday • April 29, 2019 3


Redwood City gets two development proposals Police reports
By Zachary Clark Fighting words
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF An intoxicated man was trying to start
fights with strangers on Broadway in
A couple of Redwood City housing propos- Redwood City, it was reported at 1:38
als collectively totaling more than 100 units a.m. Wednesday, April 17.
— with almost half of those being below
market rate — were submitted to the city in
recent weeks. SAN BRUNO
Developer Greystar on April 5 submitted Fraud. Someone has used another per-
plans for a six-story development consist- son’s cell number to apply for loans on
ing of 38 below-market-rate units at 1304 El Easton Avenue, it was reported at 3:44
Camino Real, which is home to a now-closed p.m. Tuesday, April 16.
auto body shop. The project is an offsite Di s t urb an c e . A man was repeatedly
component of Greystar’s South Main Mixed- revving up the engine of a Mustang on
Use proposal at 1601 El Camino Real and it’s Mastick Avenue, it was reported at 12:35
being proposed to help satisfy that develop- p.m. Tuesday, April 16.
ment’s affordable housing requirements. Fraud. A woman sent gift cards to some-
The city also received a 68-townhome pro- one who was falsely claiming to be a per-
posal at 1125 Arguello St. from developer sonal trainer online on Santa Lucia
Warmington Residential late last month and Avenue, it was reported at 12:07 p. m.
10 of those units are listed as “moderate Tuesday, April 16.
affordable” units, which means they’re avail- Fo und pro perty. A wallet was found in
able to those earning 120 percent of area REUTERS a parking lot and turned into the store on El
median income. A rendering of the development proposed in Redwood City. Camino Real, it was reported at 1:31 p.m.
A single person making $99,450 a year or Monday, April 15.
a family of four earning $142,100 annually is likely a few months out. use development, including 22 replacement
Greystar’s 38-unit affordable development units if Greystar purchases and redevelops a Fi re. A balloon caught on fire when it hit
would qualify for those units, while “low
will be processed concurrently with the city-owned property at 1306 Main St. Those a power line on 2nd Avenue, it was report-
income” units are for single people making
South Main mixed-used project, city spokes- units aside, the project is offering a net ed at 9:02 a.m. Monday, April 15.
$82,000 a year, for example, or a family of
four bringing in $117,400 a year. woman Meghan Horrigan said. That propos- increase of 76 below-market-rate units, both
The townhome development proposal at al was delivered to the city at the beginning offsite and onsite, including 38 units at the BURLINGAME
the corner of Arguello Street and Whipple of 2018 and includes a total of 252 residen- very low income level, 38 at the low income Di s t urb an c e . Someone reported loud
Avenue encompasses 10 buildings with a tial units for rent, 550,143 square feet of level and 21 at the moderate level. noises from skateboarders on Meadow
max height of three stories, or 40 feet, and office space, 27,737 square feet of retail, Horrigan said next steps for the proposal Lane, it was reported at 8:57 p.m. Tuesday,
there will be 161 parking spaces, 23 of 1,601 parking spaces plus an 8,563 square- are environmental and design review, includ- April 16.
which will be available to the public. The foot childcare center. The plans were since ing a Planning Commission hearing, and the Petty theft. Someone stole perfume from
site is currently home to an A-1 Rental revised to include a family-friendly retail use project will likely go before the a store on Burlingame Avenue, it was
Center and boxing gym, which will both be and additional pedestrian connection and Architectural Advisory Committee, Historic reported at 12:16 p.m. Tuesday, April 16.
demolished to make way for the townhomes, were resubmitted in January of this year. Resources Advisory Committee and Petty theft. A backpack was stolen from
said Associate Planning Apollo Rojas, In total, there are 97 below-market-rate Complete Streets Advisory Committee this a truck on Airport Boulevard, it was report-
adding that the first hearing for the proposal units associated with the South Main mixed- summer. ed at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, April 16.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Monday • April 29, 2019 5


Carey School expansion plans move ahead
By Anna Schuessler be required to secure an off-site parking coordinating carpools and staggering pick-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF agreement at least two years in length. ups and dropoffs, Commissioner Ellen
Though the school currently has a yearlong Mallory advocated for commissioners to
Whether plans to construct a new class- agreement with the owners of the office require the school to notify the nearby
room building at the Carey School in San complex at 1900 Alameda de las Pulgas to neighborhoods of its schedule and also to
Mateo adequately address concerns about accommodate staff and overflow parking coordinate with Serra High School’s calen-
traffic congestion and parking near the ele- during school events, commissioners dar. Though she noted a traffic study con-
mentary school was a focus for the San expressed an interest in the school securing cluded the school expansion wouldn’t result
Mateo Planning Commission as it recom- a longer arrangement to ensure parking in a noticeable increase in traffic conges-
mended a proposal to expand the school to impacts on the surrounding neighborhood tion, Mallory emphasized the fact that the
the City Council Tuesday. are mitigated. current traffic congestion is already chal-
Commissioners voted 4-1 with Vice Chair Though he acknowledged plans for the lenging for neighborhood residents.
Mike Etheridge voting against the proposal office complex remained unclear, Etheridge “It’s still a difficult traffic situation, it
to demolish a one-story wing of an existing noted its low occupancy rate in recent hasn’t gone away,” she said. “I agree with
classroom and build a two-story addition to months made him concerned its parking lot the comment that was made earlier that to
the building. The proposed changes would may not be available long into the future. coordinate with Serra a little more fully and
allow the school enrollment to increase by “It seems like a pretty big contingency, to communicate with the neighborhood
nine students to a total of 258 students and there could be development plans for that on our community,” she said. “For the future, should be an ongoing thing.”
increase the staff size by five for a total of property,” said Etheridge, according to a I think it would be nice if we didn’t have to Commissioners also opted to amend a
52 full-time employees. Duncan Lyon, head video of the meeting. “I have concerns have more trouble for us.” condition of approval for the project so the
of the school, explained previously that about the availability of parking in that Lyon explained the school has since 2012 school would be required to provide notices
demand for the school and its afterschool spot.” successfully renegotiated a parking agree- of changes to its calendar to residents with-
care has remained high in recent years, and Having lived on 22nd Avenue for more ment with the owner of the office complex, in 500 feet of the school.
the proposed expansion is aimed at making than 40 years, Jennie Klenow, acknowledged which has set a policy of renegotiating 12- Though Etheridge acknowledged the qual-
way for classrooms for the school’s first- the benefits of the school expansion but month arrangements 30 days before the cur- ity of the school, he emphasized the com-
and second-grades, as well as meeting, attested to the traffic congestion near the rent agreement is set to expire. Though mission’s role in ensuring residents are
office and multi-purpose space. school in the mornings and afternoons as Commissioner John Ebneter voiced con- protected from negative impacts stemming
With concerns about parking and traffic well as the challenges with parking in the cerns about the burden a two-year parking from the school use, adding he didn’t think
congestion in the neighborhoods near the neighborhood during pickups and dropoffs. agreement minimum might be for the the plans included sufficient changes to
school — which is situated between Klenow added the issues with traffic conges- school, commissioners ultimately opted to mitigate them.
Alameda de las Pulgas and Junipero Serra tion are compounded by the congestion gen- amend a condition of approval to require “It’s an excellent school there’s no doubt
High School just south of West 20th erated by nearby Serra High School at 451 W. the school to obtain an off-site parking about that,” he said. “I don’t believe that
Avenue — Etheridge was among the com- 20th Ave. agreement lasting at least two years. there is a benefit to the community of
missioners who advocated for the school to “The two schools together have an impact Acknowledging the school has a plan for increasing the enrollment.”

his prison term. Sheriff’s investigators were called about


Former South City Local briefs He had also worked as a substitute teacher 11:20 a.m. on the report of the body in the
substitute sentenced for child porn Roland Aujero also used messenger serv- in San Francisco, Mill Valley, San Rafael water near the Ritz Carlton in Half Moon
ices to engage in online chats with kids as and San Diego, Anderson said. Bay hotel. Detectives, as well as the San
A 49-year-old former South San Francisco young as 8 years old, according to U.S. Mateo County Coroner’s Office, responded
substitute teacher was sentenced Friday to to the scene.
five years in prison for possession of child
Attorney David L. Anderson. Body found in Half Moon Bay water The coroner’s office will publicly identify
Aujero was indicted in June by a federal
pornography, having pleaded guilty in grand jury on one count of possession of The body of a man was reported floating the man once family has been notified, the
November to possessing approximately 20 child pornography. He has been in custody in the Pacific Ocean off Miramontes Point sheriff’s office said.
videos and 300 still images depicting chil- since his November plea. He also faces five in Half Moon Bay late Sunday morning, the No other information was immediately
dren, the United States Attorney’s office years of supervised release after finishing San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office reported available late Sunday afternoon; an update
said. on Twitter. is expected this evening.
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Rabbi says gun ’miraculously


jammed’ in synagogue attack
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS arraigned later this week, San Diego
County Sheriff William Gore said. He was
POWAY — In the minutes after the gun- being held without bail, and it was unclear
man fled the scene of a shooting that killed if he had an attorney. Police searched
a woman inside a Southern California syna- Earnest’s house and said he was also being
gogue, a wounded Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein investigated in connection with an arson
wrapped his bloodied hand in a prayer shawl attack on a mosque in nearby Escondido,
and addressed the panicked congregation, California, on March 24.
vowing to stay strong in the face of yet The 8-year-old victim said she had just
another deadly attack in a house of worship. finished praying and was getting ready to
“We are a Jewish nation that will stand go play with other children when gunshots
tall. We will not let anyone take us down. rang out. Her uncle rushed her and the other
Terrorism like this will not take us down,” children outside, the girl said.
Goldstein recalled telling his congregants Her leg was bleeding but doctors told her
after the gunfire erupted Saturday at Chabad she didn’t need surgery, she said.
of Poway. “I was really, really scared,” she said. “I
Congregant Lori Kaye, 60, was killed in didn’t see my dad. I thought he was dead.”
the shooting, which injured Goldstein, 8- Her father, 32-year-old Israel Dahan, said
year-old Noya Dahan and her 34-year-old he flipped over a folding table as soon as he
uncle, Almog Peretz, authorities said. Hours saw the man enter carrying a long rifle.
after the three wounded were released from Then he rushed to get two of his other chil-
REUTERS hospitals, Goldstein described the ordeal at dren to safety.
A candlelight vigil is held at Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church for victims of a news conference Sunday outside the syna- There were indications an AR-type assault
a shooting incident at the Congregation Chabad synagogue in Poway. gogue north of San Diego. weapon might have malfunctioned after the
Goldstein said he was preparing for a gunman fired numerous rounds inside, Gore
service on the last day of Passover and saw a said. An off-duty Border Patrol agent work-
young man wearing sunglasses standing in ing as a security guard fired at the shooter as
front of him with a rifle. he fled, missing him but striking his get-
“I couldn’t see his eyes. I couldn’t see his away vehicle, the sheriff said.
soul,” Goldstein said. He raised his hands to Shortly after fleeing, Earnest called 911
protect himself and lost one of his fingers in to report the shooting, San Diego Police
the shooting. Chief David Nisleit said. When an officer
And then, Goldstein says, “miraculously reached him on a roadway, “the suspect
the gun jammed.” pulled over, jumped out of his car with his
The attack Saturday came exactly six hands up and was immediately taken into
months after a mass shooting in a custody,” he said.
Pittsburgh synagogue. Goldstein described Kaye as a “pioneer-
John T. Earnest, 19, surrendered to police ing, founding member” of the congregation
after bursting into the synagogue north of and said he was “heartbroken” by her death.
San Diego and opening fire as about 100 “Lori took the bullet for all of his,” the
people were worshipping inside. rabbi said. “She didn’t deserve to die.”
Earnest, who had no previous contact He said that Kaye’s physician husband
with law enforcement, may face a hate was called to tend to a wounded worshipper
crime in addition to homicide when he’s and fainted when he realized it was his wife.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL NATION Monday • April 29, 2019 7


Cuts are coming. Can Pelosi and McConnell make a deal?
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS but failure could usher in effort. Trump’s budget The White House seems more interested in
spending cuts of $125 proposes an increase in speedy action on legislation to increase the
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy billion next year, a 10 defense spending to $750 government’s borrowing limit, which must
Pelosi and top Senate Republican Mitch percent drop from current billion but would keep the be passed to avoid defaulting on its obliga-
McConnell, Washington’s odd couple, have a levels. Looming over it cuts to domestic agencies tions. Trump’s team worries that marrying the
limited set of mutual legislative interests in a all is the record 35-day and foreign aid in place, two issues might prove too toxic for GOP
capital beset by dysfunction and awash in partial government shut- though that was an impos- allies on Capitol Hill.
presidential politics. down earlier this year, sible formula to sustain On the spending picture, acting White
But automatic spending cuts, the legacy of still a fresh memory and a even before Democrats House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, architect
a budget breakdown eight years ago, are disruption no one wants
bringing the power duo together to see if a
Mitch Nancy Pelosi took back the House. of Trump’s annual budget from his former
McConnell to repeat. Forces inside Trump’s post as budget director, is seen as an obstacle,
deal can be made. McConnell, R-Ky., and White House appear opposed as well, at least along with current budget chief Russ Vought,
At stake are tens of billions of dollars for Pelosi, D-Calif., have been players in numer- to the kind of everybody-gets-something a hard-line conservative.
military and domestic programs, money that ous bipartisan budget deals, and their mutual bipartisan deals that can make it through the The White House has made it plain in pri-
brings together a broad spectrum of lawmak- support is an essential ingredient if any new system. Three previous agreements have vate that it could live with a fallback deal of a
ers, including pragmatists hoping to see the one is to succeed. Early signs seem iffy at denied Trump the money he demanded to build freeze at current levels, even though that
Capitol function. best. a U.S.-Mexico border wall, and he has signed would deny the Pentagon its requested
There is plenty of time to reach agreement, President Donald Trump is not a fan of the them reluctantly. increase.

Nominate a woman? Some Biden entry sparks a sharper edge to race


have lasting conse-
Dem women aren’t so sure
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
quences for Democrats’
NEW YORK — As she campaigned quest to reclaim the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2020 nominating contests, dozens of through Iowa this week, Sen. Elizabeth White House.
women told The Associated Press that they Warren of Massachusetts didn’t hesitate to Progressive groups
TIPTON, Iowa — Iowa voters sent a record are worried about whether the country is jab the newest contender in the 2020 aligned with Warren and
number of women to the Legislature during ready to elect a woman as president. Their Democratic presidential primary: Joe Sen. Bernie Sanders of
last year’s midterms. Women won two of the concerns are political and personal, rooted Biden. Vermont took aim at
state’s most competitive U.S. House races, as much in fear of repeating Hillary “Our disagreement is a matter of public Biden, portraying him
and a woman was elected governor for the Clinton’s 2016 loss to Trump as in their record,” Warren said, referring to Biden’s Joe Biden as out of step with
first time. own experiences with sexism and gender past support of a massive bankruptcy over- today’s Democratic
Yet across Iowa, there’s palpable anxiety discrimination. haul. “Joe Biden was on the side of the Party. They railed against his connections
among some Democratic women about nom- These worries have created a paradox for credit card companies.” to big corporations, his past support for a
inating a female candidate to face off Democrats. The early days of the 2020 Democratic “grand bargain” that would have cut Social
against President Donald Trump next year. Women are among the party’s most ener- primary have been defined by order, amica- Security and Medicare, and his support for a
“I want to be for a woman, but it’s just gized and engaged voters, accounting for ble disagreement and an overwhelming 1994 crime bill that disproportionately hurt
hard when you see a lot of other people not more than half the electorate in the 2018 focus on defeating President Donald minorities.
supporting women yet. I feel that America’s midterms. Democrats sent a historic number Trump. “For numerous reasons, Joe Biden is the
just not there yet,” said Wendy McVey, a 20- of women to Congress last year and have a No more. least electable Democrat that we could pos-
year-old junior at Iowa State University who record number of women running for presi- Biden’s campaign launch on Thursday sibly nominate, ” said Adam Green, co-
is most interested in Beto O’Rourke, a for- dent, including Sens. Kamala Harris of ushered in a new phase in the nominating founder of the liberal group known as the
mer Texas congressman. California, Elizabeth Warren of contest. With the field largely set, the lead- Progressive Change Campaign Committee,
And it’s not just Iowa. Massachusetts, Amy Klobuchar of ing candidates have begun to turn on one which has long supported Warren’s presi-
Across Iowa, New Hampshire and South Minnesota and Kirsten Gillibrand of New another, raising the prospect of an ugly dential ambitions. “We’re in a new moment.
Carolina, three of the first states to hold York. fight for the future of the party that could This is not Joe Biden’s moment.”
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Barr testimony before House Around the nation Police: 7 shot, 1 fatally, in latest Baltimore violence
on Mueller in doubt amid dispute Mueller’s report, according to the aide, who requested BALTIMORE — A gunman fired indiscriminately into a
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has informed anonymity to discuss the confidential communications crowd where people were gathered for cookouts on a street in
the House Judiciary Committee that Attorney General with the Justice Department. Baltimore, wounding seven people including one of them
William Barr may not attend a Thursday hearing to review The Justice Department declined to comment on the dis- fatally, the city’s police commissioner said.
special counsel Robert Mueller’s report pute. Authorities said the shooting happened around 5 p.m. on a
due to objections over the panel’s for- Barr is scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary block in the city’s western district.
mat, according to a Democratic senior Committee on Wednesday and the House panel on Thursday. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said a black male
committee aide. The GOP-led Senate committee is expected to have normal approached a crowd on foot and began firing in what he called
The department has balked at the rounds of member questioning. “a very tragic, very cowardly shooting.”
panel’s plans to allow the committee’s It is unusual for committee counsels to question a witness. Harrison said the shooting appeared to be “extremely target-
counsels from both sides to question Barr But committees can generally make their own rules, and ed” but he did not immediately elaborate on a possible motive.
after the traditional round of questioning other panels have made similar exceptions. In a confirma-
by members. Justice officials also told The commissioner said there were two cookouts occurring
tion hearing for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh last on opposite sides of the street at the time, and that shell cas-
William Barr the committee that they are opposed to year, for example, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary ings were found in two different locations, indicating that
the panel’s plan to go into a closed ses- Committee hired an outside prosecutor to question a witness
sion if members want to discuss redacted portions of there may have been a second gunman, or someone firing back
who had accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault. at the first shooter, who fled on foot.
marily to the complex nature of construction, said Watkins. construction.

SCHOOL
Continued from page 1
Some new classrooms are available, while district officials
review bids for gym construction. Should a construction
firm be selected by June, gym work could begin in July with
The collaboration with Foster City officials marks a
departure from previously tumultuous encounters, most
notably when Councilman Herb Perez sued the district to
hopes that it will be ready by spring 2020, said the report. block the new school’s construction.
For the new Foster City elementary school, officials Perez alleged a previous district arrangement with the
see momentum established toward construction of the facili- agreed to purchase the former Charter Square shopping cen- Charter Square property owner obscured the open bidding
ties long desired by the community. ter from the property owner once demolition of the existing process by agreeing to allow the former land owner to also
“We are really, really glad to see these projects are under- site is completed. build the school.
way,” she said. Officials agreed to pay $30.1 million for the cleared land, Following a lawsuit settlement, the school construction
Superintendent Joan Rosas shared a similar perspective in which saves roughly $31 million of a $61 million budget to deal fell apart, and district officials last year agreed to pur-
a prepared statement. identify a construction company to build the project. chase the former shopping center land separately and strike
“The district’s Board of Trustees and administration are Watkins said demolition should be completed in May, which out on their own to find a new builder.
happy to report that major work is underway for all four would align with the timeline for officials to receive bids. Since then, Watkins said designs for the new school have
Measure X Phase I projects,” she said. “Given the high con- Financing for the new campus as well as gyms and class- been completed and hope is building among officials to find
struction cost environment, especially in the Bay Area in rooms is offered through the $148 million Measure X bond, a construction company able to develop the new campus
recent years, reaching this point is a major milestone.” which must also address a variety of construction projects in within the budget identified.
Most recently, board members in March approved con- a second phase of construction. To that end, Watkins said officials were heartened to find
struction bids for a new gym at Bayside Academy and a new Should a contractor be identified within the project budg- most of the previous gym and classroom bids were within an
gym and classrooms at Abbott Middle School. Initial con- et, Watkins said she expects Foster City elementary school acceptable range, which is encouraging for those examining
struction is underway and the two-story Abbott project construction could start in July with an anticipated comple- campus construction prices.
should be ready for students by July 2020, while the Bayside tion in fall 2020. But as the cost of building continues to increase across the
gym should be prepared for occupancy April 2020, accord- As district administrators review offers from builders for Peninsula, Watkins shared measured confidence that the new
ing to a district report. the new school, Watkins said officials are simultaneously school price tag would be affordable for the district.
The Borel Middle School gym and classroom project is working with their colleagues at Foster City Hall to address “We won’t know for sure until we get the bids in, but we are
lagging behind the other two similar developments, due pri- traffic and congestion concerned spurred by the new school’s approaching it with optimism,” she said.

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Protecting LGBTQ workers
Other voices Relying on some of those precedents
Charter schools
The New York Times

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of


1964 makes it illegal for employers to
Commission, the federal agency that
oversees enforcement of Title VII, and
— and the guidance of the E.E.O.C.,
which in recent years has extended the
reach of Title VII to lesbian, gay and
transgender employees — modern-day
and the census
A
discriminate on the basis of a person's courts have also begun to reconsider lbert Shanker, president of the American
argued before an appeals court that Federation of Teachers, embraced the concept of
sex. On Monday, the Supreme Court Congress never intended to extend pro- their prior decisions on such rights in
agreed to address whether gay and the workplace, expanding the reach of charter schools in 1988, when he called for the
tections to gay workers. That much reform of the public schools by establishing “charter
transgender workers are covered by the may be true; the law as written makes the law.
landmark provision, in a trio of cases As Justice Antonin Scalia wrote in a schools” or “schools of choice.”
no mention of sexual orientation or The new furor over charter
— two concluding that federal law pro- transgender status. Which could also unanimous 1998 ruling in favor of a
tects such employees, and one resolv- male worker who was subject to same- schools makes me sad. Before
explain a separate brief filed in condemning charters, it would be
ing that it doesn't. October, in which the department told sex harassment, "statutory prohibi-
The cases open the door for the jus- tions often go beyond the principal wise to find out why and when
the Supreme Court that Title VII, as they started. They started as an
tices to settle the issue for the whole lawmakers wrote it, "does not apply to evil to cover reasonably comparable
nation. The cases are expected to be evils, and it is ultimately the provi- alternative to vouchers. In 1993
discrimination against an individual and 2000, there were initiatives
decided by the summer of 2020 — that based on his or her gender identity." sions of our laws rather than the princi-
is, in the heat of the presidential cam- pal concerns of our legislators by on the California ballot to pro-
With the passage of time, however, a vide state funds for vouchers
paign, when voters will be judging number of courts, including the which we are governed."
candidates in part on where they stand So Congress may not have the last which could be used in non-pub-
Supreme Court, have interpreted the lic schools. Vouchers were a real
on gay and transgender rights. That prohibition against sex discrimination word on this matter. What's more,
will make this a political issue, to be absent direct action from lawmakers, threat to funding, at a time after
generously. Over the past 55 years, Proposition 13 when schools
sure, but there is significantly more at thanks to that forward-looking reading the Supreme Court would be wise to
stake for individual workers. keep the current progress of the law in were suffering financially. The
of the law, Title VII has addressed teachers’ union supported charters as a safer alternative than
The Justice Department sowed confu- harms that Congress never foresaw, place — and not undermine its own
sion in 2017 when it went against the prior cases that helped make the vouchers. The state approved them in 1992.
such as forbidding sexual harassment Even though the first charter school in California was
stated position of the Equal and gender stereotyping. American workplace more welcoming
Employment Opportunity and inclusive to all. opened in San Carlos, a successful and popular school dis-
trict, nationwide charters spread to metropolitan areas of low-

Letters to the editor income residents, failing schools and failing students. The
second California charter opened in Oakland in 1993 in the
Fruitvale neighborhood. Today, 30% of Oakland students
the House has passed the pet bill of “On Liberty” was the defining treatise attend charter schools. Los Angeles also has the highest num-
Using public state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San on the subject. Mill wrote about the ber of students enrolled in charters in the state. These two
land for senior housing Francisco, Senate Bill 50, that takes democratic conundrum in which a school districts recently were the target of teacher strikes
Editor, control of new housing laws from tyrannical majority oppresses a few. demanding, among other things, a lid on charters.
I want to express my appreciation to individual cities. Mr. Olbert describes how local com- Charters offer parents a choice, available to people of
the Daily Journal for printing the let- Though the bill was modified some- munities set building rules. means, of having their children enrolled in a school where aca-
ter written by clergy to the Peninsula what, according to the news story, Developers are allowed to build any- demic achievement is key, and staff is not limited by union
Health Care District board (April 24 there was no mention of specifics. thing as long as those rules are fol- seniority rules. Charter schools are publicly funded but private-
issue). It helped bring attention to an And one particular specific that I have lowed because of liberty. For Mr. ly run K-12 schools that are tuition-free. They are considered
not seen discussed during the lengthy Olbert, rules protect a community part of the public school system, although not subject to
important issue regarding the appro-
talk of this bill is in regard to parking from the arbitrary tyranny of develop- some of the rules and oversight of traditional schools. In
priate use of public land and the need
spaces per unit which may be severely ers. California, that means they are not subject to collective bar-
for affordable housing for our seniors.
limited, legally, by the passage of this Mill had only one criterion for when gaining or some restrictions of the state education code.
As the clergy letter said, alternatives In Washington, D.C., many in the community had family
to market-rate housing should be bill. a person’s liberty might be curtailed:
SB 50 states that if a large housing “to prevent harm to others. ” The and friends employed in the school district. Some were not
explored for the land under PHCD the best teachers but they were protected by union contract
development is planned for within a Black Mountain properties, at 23.5
jurisdiction at the north end of provisions which made it difficult to lay off incompetent
short distance of transportation the acres, represent the largest undevel-
Burlingame. Here in Foster City, staff. So when charters arrived and some poor performing
developer may limit parking spaces oped site in San Carlos. As we debate
MidPen Housing has created a beauti- schools closed, the threat of job losses outweighed consid-
for the residents. Obviously this loop- issues of liberty, developers are nego-
ful development with 66 units of tiating behind closed doors on how to erations of whether their children were getting a better edu-
hole suggests people will not own as
affordable senior housing, and it was maximize their profits by connecting cation. When an aggressive superintendent shut down many
many cars if they take public trans-
able to do it on only a half-acre of land or not connecting neighborhoods, schools, the community rebelled and had her fired. New
portation. This is preposterous think-
of city-owned property. ing! There are far too many cars parked investigating how to exploit the zon- York City and Chicago have faced similar issues of closure
I was the mayor that year and was on the streets already. ing rules they have helped write, and of failing schools sometimes replaced by new charters and
proud of my colleagues as we all SB 50 will now make it legal to try to divide neighbors in order to a rebellious community.
agreed this was an important issue in allow hundreds of new residents of advance their agenda. The current plan Unions and some communities are not the only oppo-
our city. The development is referred planned housing projects to overload is to build excessively tall townhomes nents of charters. Some school districts feel charters threat-
to as Alma Point and is a source of Peninsula cities with their cars, not in strange configurations. Little en their financing because state funding is based per pupil.
great pride to Foster City. I encourage only driving them but parking them thought is being given on how to best With significantly fewer students, costs for administration
the PHCD board to look into this now as well. It will be the law as city integrate these homes into the estab- and buildings remain the same. And more recently this has
model and to make a priority of build- councils and city planners stand by — lished community. The negative become a political battle with many Democratic office
ing affordable housing on this land. helpless. impact will be felt across San Carlos holders turning anti-charter. It is well known that one can-
Pam Frisella as parks, open spaces, and other civic not become state superintendent of public instruction with-
Beverly Kalinin areas fail to accommodate the demand out the support of the California Teachers Association, one
Foster City of the most powerful forces in Sacramento. Marshall Tuck,
San Mateo of hundreds of new residents and their
The letter writer is the former may or a supporter of charters and other reform efforts, has twice
cars.
of Foster City. San Carlos and liberty I hope that Peninsula residents run and narrowly lost his race to become state superintend-
demand true liberty: development that ent because of fierce lobbying by CTA in support of his
Too many cars, Editor,
minimizes harm to our established successful opponents.
Until I read San Carlos Mayor Mark
and set to get worse Olbert’s April 12 guest perspective in communities. Rethink Black The California Legislature is now debating tougher over-
Mountain Petition at change.org. sight on charters and limits on the number of new ones. In
Editor, the Daily Journal as an expression of
Enrique Trias some cases this may be appropriate (Private charters are no
I see in the April 25 Daily Journal liberty, I naively thought the great
longer allowed to be part of the public school system).
“Wiener’s SB 50 moves forward” that philosopher John Stuart Mill’s book San Carlos
Let’s hope the Legislature makes students their highest pri-
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Juul nicotine hit may be ‘worst for kids, best for smokers’
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS raising the purchase age to 21, which some
states have done.
WASHINGTON — She tried gums, patches Less attention has been paid to Juul’s
and various electronic cigarettes to quit quick, powerful buzz.
smoking. What finally worked for Chantel Abbey Solomon first began seeing Juul
Williams was a small, reusable e-cigarette around the house when her son Jack was in
called Juul that packs a big nicotine punch. 8th grade.
“I look better. I feel better and I don’t Like many parents, she didn’t initially
smell. It’s fantastic, ” said Williams of recognize the small, rechargeable device,
Portland, Oregon, who smoked for decades. which resembles a flash drive, as an e-ciga-
That nicotine hit and its easy-to-inhale rette. But as parents and teachers began
vapor is one reason why Juul is so popular sounding the alarm, she started confiscat-
— and so feared. ing Juul and its color-coded flavor pods
“That’s the trouble with Juul: It’s proba- from her son and his friends.
bly the worst for kids but it might be the Last year, Jack, 16, became an unlikely
best for adult smokers,” said Dr. Nancy spokesman for the anti-vaping movement,
Rigotti, a tobacco treatment specialist at appearing in a viral video , “Juulers against
Harvard Medical School. Juul” to push for tougher restrictions to pro-
The brainchild of two Stanford University tect kids.
design students, Juul launched in 2015 and In the video, he says teenagers will often
quickly leapfrogged over its competitors to leave school to get their Juul fix. “It should-
become the top-selling e-cigarette in the n’t happen,” he said. “But kids are very
U.S. Today, the privately held company addicted to these e-cigarettes and need this
controls nearly three-quarters of the $3.7 stuff to be satisfied.”
billion-dollar retail market for e-cigarettes, Jack himself hasn’t been able to quit, his
spawning dozens of copycat brands along mother says. When she tried to make him
the way. stop, “he was moody, he was complaining,
With Juul’s rise came an explosion of he wasn’t sleeping,” says Solomon, of
underage vaping, alarming public health Scarsdale, New York. “He was miserable
officials and lawmakers. Last year, 1 in 5 because he was going through nicotine
U.S. high school students reported vaping withdrawal. He was addicted.”
in the previous month, according to a gov- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration
ernment survey. has the power to cap nicotine levels in e- VISUAL HUNT
Juul and other pod-based vaping devices cigarettes, but hasn’t proposed any such A woman uses a Juul vaping device.
can be used discreetly, without the smoke, standard. For cigarettes, there’s no limit on tors, Juul voluntarily shut down its nicotine per milliliter of liquid, or roughly
odor or throat irritation that deterred some nicotine, although the FDA has taken pre- Facebook and Instagram accounts and three times what can be sold to consumers
teenagers from smoking. E-cigarettes typi- liminary steps toward reducing levels to pulled several flavors out of stores last in Europe, where Juul sells a 20-milligram
cally heat a solution containing nicotine help smokers quit. Limiting nicotine in e- November. version of its pods. Juul’s lower-nicotine
into a vapor, and health experts say the cigarettes could have unintended conse- Company critics say Juul’s nicotine level U.S. version contains 35 milligrams of
addictive chemical is harmful to developing quences, including making the products less may be excessive and should be getting far nicotine per milliliter, which still exceeds
brains. Recent research published shows satisfying for smokers trying to switch. more scrutiny. the European limit.
some teenagers aren’t even aware they are Juul declined interviews for this story, but “I think there’s a real question of how Britain and other nations have had suc-
inhaling nicotine when using Juul and sim- said in a statement that its product is formu- addictive these products need to be,” said cess promoting e-cigarettes as a lower-risk
ilar e-cigarettes. lated to “mimic the experience of a ciga- Robin Koval, CEO of the Truth Initiative, a alternative to smokers, without seeing a
Proposals to keep e-cigarettes away from rette.” Its goal is to offer smokers an alter- nonprofit anti-smoking education group. surge in underage vaping. But they also
teenagers include banning flavored solu- native to tobacco-burning cigarettes, the Juul sells two formulas for most of its fla- have tighter regulations, including strict
tions, restricting where they can be sold and company said. Under pressure from regula- vor pods. One contains 59 milligrams of limits on advertising.

Shop online? Ways to stop It is not just the stock market that’s
harming the environment feeling the Federal Reserve effect
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS without seeing news of our changing cli- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS This may surprise some investors because
mate,” says Etsy CEO Josh Silverman. the price of gold often rises when the Federal
NEW YORK — Toothpaste delivered in two Here’s what you can do: NEW YORK — It’s not just the stock mar- Reserve moves away from raising interest
days is convenient, but not so great for the ket at a record high that’s feeling the Fed
Slow it down rates. But gold tends to draw the most
environment. After you click buy, online effect. investors when worries are high about the
orders leave warehouses to be loaded on gas- Instead of same-day, next-day or two-day Jewelry shoppers, home buyers, retirees economy’s strength or the prospect of infla-
guzzling jets or trucks. And returns are a delivery, choose slower shipping when and many others are feeling the ramifications tion. That’s why gold was climbing last year
problem, too, since the items have to make you’re given the option. This will give ship- of the Federal Reserve’s decision earlier this when recession fears were spiking.
the trip back to a warehouse. pers more time to plan routes and make sure year to halt raising interest rates, at least Now that more investors see the risk of
Outside of ditching online shopping alto- trucks are filled with packages, which means temporarily. For some investments, it’s been recession as off the table, thanks to the Fed’s
gether, there are some small tweaks shoppers fewer trucks are needed, reducing the amount for the better. For others, not so much. changed stance, there’s less fear in the mar-
can make to lower the impact on the envi- of fuel used. You may even get rewarded for It all started on Jan. 4, when Fed Chairman ket — and less demand for “safe” invest-
ronment, such as slowing down shipping being patient: Amazon and Walmart.com, for Jerome Powell took the stage at an Atlanta ments.
times and not filling up the cart with stuff example, sometimes offer $1 rewards for conference for economists and said the Fed
you know you won’t keep. picking slower shipping. would be “patient” in raising rates. Bonds chugging higher
Some online retailers have announced Two weeks earlier, the stock market had
their own initiatives, hoping to please cus- Aim for one box The yield on the 10-year Treasury has
dropped to nearly 20% below its September dropped to 2.53% from 2.68% at the start of
tomers worried about online shopping’s peak amid an accelerating sell-off, partly
impact on the planet. Amazon, which Instead of ordering detergent on Monday the year, and analysts along Wall Street have
and batteries on Wednesday, hold off and try because of worries that the Fed would push been ratcheting down their forecasts for
hooked us on two-day shipping, says it is the economy into a recession by raising
using more electric vans for deliveries and to order everything together since there’s a where yields will end this year.
better chance the order will come in one box. rates too far, too fast. Those fears had ratch- When interest rates drop, it means that
working with companies to cut down on their eted higher in December when the central
packaging. And Etsy, an online seller of arti- That’s not always the case though, since the prices for older bonds rise because their
items may be shipped from different ware- bank raised its key short-term rate for the higher yields suddenly look more attractive
sanal and vintage goods, is offsetting the eighth time in nine quarters.
emissions from every order by paying for houses. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, than what newly issued bonds offer. That’s
try using the recently launched Amazon Day, Many investors took Powell’s statement helped the largest bond mutual fund by
projects such as wind farms in India and pro- to mean that the Fed would take a break from
tecting trees in Minnesota. which lets you pick a day in the future to get assets, Vanguard’s Total Bond Market Index
all your orders delivered at the same time. raising rates for a while. In March, the cen- fund, to return 2.5% in 2019, as of
“It’s hard to open the paper these days tral bank said it may not raise rates at all in Wednesday. That’s more than it has in three
2019. of the last four full years.
The moves have helped make stock It’s a sharp turnaround from 2018, when
investors whole again this year, as the S&P many bond funds lost money due to a rise in
500 screamed higher to return to another interest rates. And it means the part of
record. Home buyers are also relaxing a bit, investors’ portfolios that’s supposed to offer
as the Fed’s moves have helped pull the aver- the most stability — at least when compared
age rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage down to against stocks — are providing solid returns
4.20% from 4.55% at the end of last year. again.
Here’s a look at how other areas of the mar-
ket are feeling the Fed effect: Savings rates may stall
Gold getting scuffed When the Fed was steadily pulling rates
higher in recent years, savers were some of
Jewelry buyers are getting a better price on the biggest beneficiaries. After struggling
gold. An ounce of gold settled below $1,275 for years earning very little on their savings,
on Tuesday for the first time this year, and they had just begun to make a bit more on
it’s well below its perch of nearly $1,350 in their money-market accounts and certificates
February. of deposit at the bank.
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after 11-5 Sunday loss to Yankees
Monday • April 29, 2019

KD, Dubs shoot down Rockets


By Janie McCauley
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Warriors 104, Rockets 100
postseason run of “When he’s being as aggressive as
OAKLAND — Steve Kerr saw his his own. he’s been, I don’t think there’s anyone
share of spectacular postseason per- Durant scored 35 in the NBA, maybe the world who can
formances playing alongside one of points in outdueling stop him,” Draymond Green said of the
the greatest ever. James Harden and the two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP.
“There was this guy named Michael, Warriors held off the Houston’s Chris Paul was ejected
I can’t remember his last name,” the Houston Rockets with 4.4 seconds left for a second tech-
Golden State coach cracked in refer- Kevin Durant 104-100 on Sunday nical, though he said afterward he was-
KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS ence to former Bulls teammate Michael in the opener of what n’t sure what he did wrong — and he
Steph Curry, right, shoots against Rockets forward Danuel Jordan. is shaping up to be a sensational best-
House Jr. in Game 1 of the second round of the NBA Playoffs. Kevin Durant is having a superb of-seven Western Conference semifinal. See DUBS, Page 16

Liao sprints
way to gold
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Yan-Jun “Sophie” Liao has already


become the most accomplished College of
San Mateo women’s sprinter this century.
Now, she is shooting for the best standing
in program history.
Liao became the first CSM women’s
sprinter of the 21st century to claim double
gold at the Coast Conference Track and Field
Championships, top-
ping the field in each the

Scots sweep
100- and 200-meter dash
Saturday in the champi-
onship meet finals at De
Anza College in
Cupertino.
The freshman hailing
from Taipei City,
Chinese Taipai took gold
Carlmont claims all Sophie Liao
in the 100 with a time of
11.75 seconds — the top time in the state
four team crowns at this season — improving on her standing as
second best in program history in the event.
PAL championships The all-time CSM record was set by Ronda
Robinson in 1983 at 11.63.
By Terry Bernal “She was really happy with her times,”
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Burns said. “For her, it’s nice being back
closer around her personal best (of 11.64).
The kids of the Carlmont swimming team And this is the first time that she’s run that
are looking at a modern dynasty. fast since making the big move out to San
Sure, technically they’re all kids. But as Mateo and run for us here.”
the Scots swept all four team titles at the Liao doubled down on her gold-medal
Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division count, also hitting the tape in the women’s
championships — each boys’ and girls’ var- 200, clocking a time of 24.41, tops in
sity, along with boys’ and girls’ junior-var- Northern California this season and second
sity — the relative youth of the varsity throughout the state. The time ranks third in
squads prove Carlmont is going to continue CSM history, behind Robinson’s program
to be a force to be reckoned with in the years record of 24.08 set in 1983, and the second-
to come. best mark of Brenda Brewer of 24.38 that
“It was amazing,” Carlmont sophomore same season.
Morgan Hawes said. “I just love this team so The performance in the 200 was just shy
much. Being able to come together and of her personal record, set at Lishan Senior
cheer for everybody, it’s just fun watching High School in her native Chinese Taipei,
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
your teammates do so well. It was awesome. of 24.3.
I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the
Top: Carlmont freshman Billy Picht swims for a CCS cut and takes second place in the boys’ “Both the 100 and 200 were good runs,”
world.”
100 fly at the PAL Bay Division swimming championships Saturday at Menlo-Atherton. Burns said. “She is really putting together
Above: Carlmont sophomore Morgan Hawes declares the Scots No. 1 after all four Scots teams
See SWIM, Page 14 — boys’ and girls varsity, and boys’ and girls’ junior varsity — won team championships. See CSM, Page 15

Sharks can’t hold off Avalanche


By Josh Dubow turning the tide of the series in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Avalanche 4, Sharks 3 Colorado’s direction after a 5-2 loss in
Landeskog scored the first goal and the opener.
SAN JOSE — The Sharks got off to a Mikko Rantanen’s hustle helped create Former Shark Matt Nieto scored in the
fast start as they looked to build on the tiebreaking tally from Tyson Barrie, third period and MacKinnon added an
their Game 1 in the second round of the sending the Avalanche to a 4-3 victory empty-netter to give Colorado its third
playoffs. over the Sharks on Sunday that tied the victory in its past 24 games in San
The Avalanche, however, dominated second-round series at a game apiece. Jose. Philipp Grubauer made 31 saves.
the finish. Landeskog, Rantanen and Nathan Game 3 is Tuesday night in Denver.
Trailing in the second period, the MacKinnon were reunited early in the Brent Burns scored twice and JOHN HEFTI/USA TODAY SPORTS
Avalanche’s three top scorers got back second period and helped provide Avalanche left wing Matt Nieto celebrates a third-period goal
on a line together and got results. Gabriel goals on the first and fourth shifts, See SHARKS, Page 12 Sunday against the Sharks in Game 2 at SAP Center.
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NHL playoffs
With high picks, 49ers add talent, depth in draft
By Craig Massei with their Day 2 picks. a specialist, taking Wishnowsky
Canes take 2-0 series lead
Warren Foegele and Nino
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco’s Day 3 picks after trading down with the Bengals
Niederreiter scored 48 seconds
were highlighted by the selection to acquire picks.
apart to rally the Hurricanes to a 2-
SANTA CLARA — Looking to add of Utah punter Mitch Wishnowsky Wishnowsky was the first spe-
1 victory over the New York
talent, depth and competition at sev- in the fourth round (No. 110). The cialist selected this year, and also
Islanders on Sunday and a 2-0
eral positions, the 49ers felt they 49ers added two is the first punter drafted during the
series lead in the Eastern
met all three objectives with their s i x t h - r o un d opening four rounds since 2012.
Conference semifinals.
eight selections in the NFL draft. selections from He’ll compete with veteran
Petr Mrazek stopped nine of 10
With high picks in every round Cincinnati Justin Vogel to replace Bradley
shots he faced before leaving with
each of the first two days, the when trading Pinion, San Francisco’s fifth-
an injury 6 1/2 minutes into the sec-
49ers obtained prospects that down from the round pick in 2015 who left the
ond period. Curtis McElhinney came
could make a difference on both No. 104 pick, team as a free agent in March to
on and finished with 17 saves to
sides of the ball for a team that won t a k i n g join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
help Carolina win for the sixth time
10 games combined during the first Va n d e r b i l t
How they did in its last seven playoff games.
two years general manager John offensive tackle
Justin Skule The Hurricanes opened the first
Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan Justin Skule and The 49ers added a first-round
Virginia cornerback Tim Harris round with losses at Washington,
have guided the franchise. prospect to their defensive line for before evening the series at home.
STANFORD ATHLETICS with those picks.
“You try to improve your team the fourth time in their past five They then lost Game 5 on the road
wherever you can,” Shanahan said The 49ers drafted Stanford tight The 49ers also added Stanford
end Kaden Smith in the sixth round. drafts, with Bosa joining Arik before tying it at home again and
Saturday. “It’s not the easiest tight end Kaden Smith with their Armstead (2015), DeForest
and each of its three selections in sixth-round pick (No. 176) and then winning a marathon Game 7
thing. We were in some good draft Buckner (2016) and Solomon on the Capitals’ ice in two over-
spots this year where we could the sixth round. Arkansas linebacker Dre Greenlaw Thomas (2017) to potentially
(No. 148) with the fifth-round times to advance.
draft to add players better than the complete a fearsome front that
guys we had.” Who they got selection the team received when also added expensive edge rusher
San Francisco completed two
trades Saturday to add two extra
picks on the draft’s final day.
After trading down in the fourth
The 49ers acquired one of the
draft’s premier prospects in Ohio
State defensive lineman Nick Bosa
with the No. 2 overall pick, then
San Francisco traded linebacker
Dekoda Watson and a sixth-round
pick to the Denver Broncos.
Dee Ford in free agency.
The 49ers also added a physical
dimension the team had been lack-
ing at receiver with Samuel and a
SHARKS
round, the 49ers addressed a posi- Surprise move Continued from page 11
addressed their lack of playmaking red zone threat the team lacks with
tion where they’d sustained their talent at wide receiver by selecting For a team needing help to shore Hurd, whom Shanahan said also
biggest loss during free agency in South Carolina’s Deebo Samuel up one of the NFL’s weakest defen- could be a factor at running back Evander Kane also scored for the
March. San Francisco then drafted (second round, No. 36 overall) and sive backfields, the 49ers instead Sharks, who had won four straight
for depth with its fifth-round pick Baylor’s Jalen Hurd (third, No. 67) used their first selection Saturday on See 49ERS, Page 16 games. Martin Jones made 28
saves.
The Sharks had a chance to tie it
New Raiders GM feels ownership in first draft early in the third but Grubauer
robbed Logan Couture from the
By Josh Dubow today because Gruden said. “You have to have a in the fifth. slot with a glove save.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS we stayed con- lot of maturity. We wanted guys “Obviously, from a player stand- Shortly after, Nieto scored fol-
sistent to our that weren’t only great football point, people might think that lowing a scramble in front of Jones
ALAMEDA — Soon after Mike philosophy and players in talents but guys that players’ focus can get off track after a turnover by Marcus Sorensen
Mayock moved from the role of we drafted the could handle the circumstances of when you move to a city like Las to make it 3-1 and give the
draft analyst to Oakland Raiders kind of guy we being front-line players, leaders, Vegas,” Ferrell said. “From what I Avalanche some breathing room.
general manager, former want to bring and also having a lot of maturity know so far, we’re trying to bring Burns scored with a wrister from
Baltimore GM Ozzie Newsome into this build- to handle the move of the fran- in the right guys that, regardless the top circle to make it a one-goal
warned him that having an opin- ing.” chise.” of the situation of the outside game with 4:34 to play.
ion is far easier than making a Mike Mayock One common The players the Raiders drafted sources, they have a vision for But MacKinnon scored an
decision. theme that this weekend fit that bill with themselves as far as the football empty-netter with 1:02 to play
Now that his first draft as an NFL developed was that the Raiders first-round picks Clemson defen- player in their life. that made Burns’ power-play goal
general manager is over, Mayock were focused on more than just sive end Clelin Ferrell and “Obviously, when you’re young with 10.9 seconds left moot.
said that resonated with him with size, speed and how players Alabama running back Josh you’re going to enjoy life, but you Midway through the first period,
each decision he made all week- looked on game tape. Jacobs overcoming difficult child- have a vision, so anything that Kane beat rookie Cale Makar to
end. With the team moving to Las hoods to excel on and off the field detracts off that you’re not going the rebound of Burns’ point shot
“The difference is just owner- Vegas in 2020, Mayock and coach as college players. to let it interfere. It’s all about and knocked it past Grubauer for
ship, ” Mayock said Saturday. Jon Gruden also wanted to make The Raiders ended up with other making the right decisions.” his first goal since the playoff
“Skin in the game. It just meant sure they added players who could players with strong leadership The Raiders also targeted play- opener.
something different this week for handle whatever distractions skills on day three of the draft, ers with winning pedigrees with The Sharks had plenty of more
me. At the end of the day, we won’t would come with being in Sin including LSU tight end Foster four of the picks coming from chances late in the period but were
know how we did for a couple of City. Moreau in the fourth round and unable to get anything else past
years. But we couldn’t feel better “It’s very, very challenging,” Clemson receiver Hunter Renfrow See RAIDERS, Page 16 Grubauer.
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Monday • April 29, 2019

Giants swept in much-anticipated DeSmidt double


gives Carlmont
interleague series with Yankees walk-off victory
By Michael Wagaman
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Yankees 11, Giants 5 DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT

allowed four runs and five hits in six Carlmont capped a tough non-league base-
SAN FRANCISCO — It was the highlight innings. ball schedule in style Saturday, rallying for a
of the April schedule — heck, maybe of the After New York took a 2-0 lead in the first, 3-2 walk-off win at home over Palo Alto.
whole season — the Giants’ three-game Voit doubled the advantage with a two-run The Scots (12-10 overall) trailed by a run
interleague series with the Bronx Bombers single in the second and Torres homered in heading into the bottom
coming to town. the third. Sanchez’s sixth-inning drive left of the seventh inning,
After the Giants’ 11-5 loss Sunday to cap a the bat at 111.8 mph and traveled 430 feet, but an infield error
series sweep for the New York Yankees, the landing near the top of the left-field stands. opened the door for the
abysmal three-game will be remembered as a That nearly matched Sanchez’s first career comeback rally that ended
lowlight. grand slam Saturday that traveled 467 feet. SERGIO ESTRADA/USA TODAY SPORTS with a two-run double by
San Francisco starter Dereck Rodriguez (3- Kevin Pillar homered and had three RBIs Yankees second baseman Gleyber Torres senior Tyler DeSmidt.
3) couldn’t get his team back on track, get- for the Giants, last in the NL West at 11-17. rounds the bases after a two-run home run Sean Vanderaa reached
ting touched for two runs in the first inning in the third inning Sunday at Oracle Park. on the error to start the
en route to allowing six runs — four earned More Yankees injuries Friday night and had the knee wrapped with frame, and David Tyler DeSmidt
— in three-plus innings, matching his New York has had 15 players on the injured ice after Friday’s and Saturday’s games. In his Bedrosian followed with
career-high with four walks. list this year and just two have come back: first season with the Yankees, LaMahieu is his third hit of the day, a double to center
“It was a rough series for the starters,” Sanchez and pitcher CC Sabathia. Still, the hitting .310 with 15 RBIs. field to put runners as second and third.
manager Bruce Bochy said. “They all gave up Yankees are 6-1 on a western trip after Urshela left after he was hit on his left hand DeSmidt followed with his first hit in four
at least five. It’s hard to win games like that.” outscoring the Giants 21-12, and New York by an 88.5 mph cutter from Nick Vincent in games, a two-run game-winning double.
Gary Sanchez and Gleyber Torres hit two- improved to a season-best six games over the fifth. Urshela had two hits Sunday and is Despite going hitless in his previous 11 at-
run homers as the Yankees built an 8-0 lead .500 at 17-11 by winning for the 11th time batting .351 with six RBIs in 57 at-bats. bats, the senior third baseman is batting
by the sixth inning, and Luke Voit added in 13 games. The Yankees said X-rays on both players .343 with a team-best 17 RBIs.
three hits and a walk to extend his on-base DJ LeMahieu and Gio Urshela became the were negative. LeMahieu is scheduled to Carlmont reliever Aiden Woodring worked
streak to 39 games. latest Yankees to get hurt. undergo an MRI on Monday. 2 2/3 innings to earn the win, setting down
Yankees starter Domingo German (5-1) LeMahieu was removed in the bottom of With a depleted bench, the Yankees used all eight batters he faced.
took a shutout into the sixth before tiring the third because of right knee inflammation. pitcher J.A. Happ as a pinch-hitter in the With the win, the Scots finish off a .500
and tied for the major league lead in wins. He LeMahieu fouled a pitch off the knee on seventh inning, and he grounded out. non-league slate with a 6-6 mark.

A’s 11th-inning rally not enough in Toronto finale


By Ian Harrison a pitch with the bases loaded.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Blue Jays 5, A’s 4 But the Blue Jays battled back.
knocked around for all four runs, weekend with dramatic home runs. Rowdy Tellez doubled flush off the
TORONTO — Oakland took a one fewer than he had yielded in 11 His two-out, ninth-inning homer top of the left-field wall against
three-run lead in the top of the 11th previous outings this season. won Friday’s series opener. Treinen (1-2) starting the bottom
inning. But the Blue Jays this sea- Brandon Drury hit a tying three- The A’s broke a 1-1 tie in the top half, Alen Hanson walked and Billy
son have had the A’s number. run homer and Justin Smoak fol- of the 11th. Ramon Laureano hit a McKinney grounded into a forceout
That number was four, Sunday, in lowed with a game-winning sin- sacrifice fly off Thomas Pannone, that left runners at the corners. Drury
the bottom of the 11th as Toronto gle, completing a six-game sea- Josh Phegley followed with an RBI drove a sinker to right-center for an JOHN E. SOKOLOWSKI/USA TODAY
rallied for a 5-4 walk-off win. son sweep of the A’s. double and Elvis Luciano (1-0) hit opposite-field homer, his first career Toronto’s Freddy Galvis scores the
A’s reliever Blake Treinen got Drury started and ended the Matt Chapman on the left side with home run in extra innings. game-winning run Sunday.

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shorter stuff because it helps the team

SWIM more,” Garloti said competing in the 200.


“There aren’t too many other people who
want to do it. And I don’t mind.”
Continued from page 11 Freshman Billy Picht endured a similar
workload. Not only did he place third in the
boys’ 500 for Carlmont with a time of
The Carlmont boys’ varsity team rallied
5:01.79, he also took second place in the
for its fourth straight PAL Bay Division
boys’ 100 fly with a CCS cut of 54.04 sec-
meet championship Saturday at Menlo-
onds. Only M-A junior Niky Marakovic
Atherton, totaling 488 points. Mills took
faired better, winning the event in 52.62.
second place with 406 points and M-A took
“I’ve been improving a lot over this sea-
third with 309.
son,” Picht said. “So, I’ve had some pretty
The Carlmont girls won a second straight close ones over the course of the high
PAL Bay meet crown, dominating the day school season.”
with 546 points. Second-place M-A fin- The Lady Scots relied on some senior
ished with 321 points while Woodside, in leadership in the girls’ 500 as Karen Li took
third place, had 287 points. the crown with a CCS cut of 5:24 flat. It
Hawes was the highlight of the girls’ marks the first PAL championship for Li,
team, winning four championships on the who previously finished no better than fifth
day. She captured the girls’ 200 individual in her four-year varsity career.
medley with a time of 2 minutes, 5.69 sec- Li enjoyed a wire-to-wire lead, but over
onds, overtaking San Mateo senior Emma the final lap felt M-A sophomore Ava
Lepisova — who later in the day won the Peyton (second place, 2:24. 47) and
PAL Bay championship in the girls’ 100 Carlmont freshman Kayla Hogan (third
backstroke — on the final freestyle leg. place, 5:24.87) breathing down her neck.
Lepisova finished with a time of 2:07.52. “In the corner of my eye, I could see she
“She is a really great backstroker, so I was TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL was catching up to me,” Li said. “I was just
a little bit worried about that,” Hawes said. The Carlmont girls’ team at the edge of the pool cheering on the Carlmont boys during the like, ‘I can’t let my dream of being a PAL
“I was able, luckily, to keep with her for the final event of the day, the boys’ 400 free relay, at the PAL Bay Division championships champion get away from me.’”
breaststroke. So, usually for the freestyle Saturday at Menlo-Atherton High School. Perhaps the highlight of the day for
I’m able to finish and I have stamina like girls were splitting really great times,” of the boys’ team’s PAL Bay Division four- Carlmont, though, was Lee’s third leg of the
that. … So, I was kind of worried going into Carlmont head coach Fred Farley said. “That peat. girls’ 400 relay.
the 50 freestyle but on the last 25 I knew I was a time better than we did last year at “A valuable member this year,” Farley Lee enjoyed three first-place swims,
had a chance of catching up.” CCS.” said, “and really stepped up and kind of took including the girls’ 50 free with a time of
Hawes went on to repeat as champ in the The Carlmont boys relied on depth to hold of the leadership mantle. That’s the 24.93, out-touching Peyton’s second-place
100 free with a dominant time of 51.57. She four-peat as PAL Bay Division meet way things seem to be going. Hopefully, time of 24. 98. Lee also shared in
also led off in the girls’ 200 relay — also champs. the mantle is passed on to the juniors and Carlmont’s girls’ 200 free relay win.
with sophomore Kaitlin Leung, Jade The Scots only won two individual events the sophomores that are coming up.” In the girls’ 400 free relay, though, when
Margolis and Sammie Lee — for a champi- on the day. Luca Garloti, a junior, earned the Garlati may be just the man for the job. Lee hit the water for the penultimate leg,
onship time of 1:40.33. first individual title for Carlmont at the mid- The junior also enjoyed two second-place she trailed by nearly a full length to M-A,
The sophomore then anchored the final way point of the meet, topping the field in finishes Saturday. The same quartet took but chased down her mark to give Hawes a
girls’ swim of the day in the girls’ 400 free the boys’ 500 with a time of 4:49.69. He second in the boys’ 200 free relay with a comfortable lead going into the final leg of
relay, teaming with Margolis, Lee and fresh- also shared in Carlmont’s other win in the time of 1:31. 54, getting edged out by the program-record swim.
man Emma Elliott for a time of 3:36.24. The boys’ 400 relay, teaming with sophomore Burlingame’s championship time of “I was so excited for her because she is
time is a new program record, breaking pre- Oliver Crawford-Shelmadine, junior 1:31.51. such a great swimmer,” Hawes said, “and her
vious mark Hawes helped set last season at Christian Buck and senior Tyler Rachal for He also took second in the boys’ 200 with 50 free is really fast as well. So, I just knew
the Central Coast Section championship first place with a time of 3:20.78. a time of 1:43.79, getting out-touched by she could do amazing things in her 100 free.
meet. As a testament to Carlmont’s relative Burlingame freshman Pavel Sinclair’s first- So, when she dove in, I just had a feeling
“I thought all four girls, including youth, Rachal is the only swimmer on the place time of 1:43.30. she was going to catch up … and she totally
[Elliott], one of our freshmen — all four team that has been around for all four years “I’ve been pushing myself to do more passed her, and I was just so happy for her.”

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Elliott wins Cup race at Talladega, 1st win for Chevy
By John Zenor Elliott won Joey Logano and another rookie, than NASCAR wanted in practice, him win, right?” Bowman said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS twice at Daniel Hemric. so officials tried to slow them “I’ve got to try. I knew I could get
Talladega in the Elliott is the sixth driver to win down with a late rules tweak. But to his quarter panel. I was pretty
TALLADEGA, Ala. — Chase 1980s. through 10 Cup races this season the changes made the cars go even confident I could get to his quarter
Elliott felt right at home, “Dad’s histo- and locked up a playoff spot. faster, leaving many veterans wary panel in the tri-oval and who
embraced by fans at a track a few ry, obviously Elliott credited a meeting with of the closing speeds and potential knows who’s going to get to the
hours from home and one where very cool, ” all Chevy drivers for the late-race for chaos and high-speed crashes. line first at that point. I thought I
his father celebrated victory a cou- Chase Elliott teamwork. But the race was mostly wreck- could do it, but it depends on the
ple of decades before. said. “To me the The race ended under caution free — until the final lap. car behind you and where he goes.
This time it was Chase’s turn. Chase Elliott biggest piece after David Ragan hit William Elliott’s victory ended a seven- It would have been fun to try.
Elliott won the Cup Series race of today was Byron, who tagged Kyle Larson race winning streak for Ford at
Sunday at Talladega just how much of a home race it and sent him sliding across the Talladega. Penske Racing had won Late melee
Superspeedway, giving Chevrolet felt like after the race. I was blown track. Larson then flipped half a six of the last nine. Martin Truex Jr.’s race essential-
its first victory of the season. He away by the people and how fired dozen times before coming to a But it was a Chevy celebration ly ended with seven laps to go.
finished well in the clear from a up everybody was. That was an stop. — for a change. Aric Almirola turned Chris
race-ending crash that flipped unbelievable experience. We are “That was probably the longest “We needed to win this,” said Buescher, who was vying for the
Kyle Larson a half-dozen times. close to home, so that’s cool, and flip I’ve ever had,” Larson said. “I Alan Gustafson, Elliott’s crew 10th spot, coming out of Turn 2
Elliott took the lead shortly they made me feel that way. haven’t seen a replay of it. I didn’t chief. “We needed to consolidate and caused a four-car wreck that
after a restart with four laps to go “I couldn’t ask for much more know if it would ever stop. I knew our efforts. We needed to break the included Truex and brought out a
and worked with three other Chevy there.” I was flipping and was just hoping streak that one of our rivals has red flag. Buescher slammed into
drivers to hold off the rest of the His father was back in Georgia that I wasn’t going to get any here.” the wall and started spinning.
field. He won for the first time driving in a vintage cars race. (He closer to the catch fence, so it was Bowman didn’t get a chance to Matt DiBenedetto had nowhere
since October and went to victory won, too), a little bit scary, but thankfully try any last-gasp attempts to pass to go and rammed into Buescher’s
lane about 150 miles from his Hendrick Motorsports teammate I’m all right.” his Hendrick Motorsports team- rotating Chevy, lifting it several
hometown in Georgia. Alex Bowman finished second, The 2019 aerodynamics package mate because of the caution. feet off the track. Buescher car
His Hall of Fame father Bill followed by rookie Ryan Preece, had cars reaching higher speeds “Well, I’m not just going to let then hit Truex and Justin Haley.

man cemented his place in pro-

CSM Irving, Horford lead Celtics stretches while playing stingy


gram history Saturday by claiming NBA playoffs defense against Antetokounmpo.
gold in the men’s shot put, mark- past Bucks 112-90 in opener only to be met Jaylen Brown chipped in with 19
ing the ninth straight year a CSM MILWAUKEE — Al Horford by Horford points and Gordon Hayward had 13
Continued from page 11 thrower has won the Coast stood his ground as Giannis again, who this off the bench for the Celtics.
Conference title in the discipline. Antetokounmpo charged his way. time spiked the Antetokounmpo scored 22
the timing of her running and con- Folau’s top throw was 48 feet, 4 Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee ball to the points but shot just 7 for 21. He
trolling herself right now.” inches. His top throw on the sea- Bucks’ MVP candidate, desperately court. didn’t make his first field goal
son came at the Stanford wanted to provide a spark and cut The Celtics until the first minute of the second
Liao competed in four events on Invitational at 49-11, ranking quarter.
the day, including two relay races. into a second-half lead against clamped down on
fourth in the state this season. Horford’s Boston Celtics in the Antetokounmpo Game 2 is Tuesday in Milwaukee.
The women’s 4x400 relay team
took second place. The 4x100 CSM’s previous Coast opener of a second-round playoff all game and Khris Middleton had 16 for
series on Sunday. He drove hard
Kyrie Irving cruised past the Milwaukee, which completed a
team took fourth. Conference champions in the shot
put are: Adan Pena, 2018; Patrick into the lane, quickly switched Bucks, 112-90. four-game sweep of the Detroit
Ng, 2017; William Rogers, 2016; directions and tried to lay the ball Kyrie Irving had 26 points and Pistons on Monday and advanced
Folau takes gold in shot put Jerry Johnson, 2015; Aaron up over Horford, who met him at 11 assists, tying his playoff career to the second round of the playoffs
Serra graduate Elijah Folau Volkman, 2014; Even McDaniel, the rim and blocked the shot. high, and Horford added 20 points for the first time since 2001. The
joined a long line of elite CSM 2012 and ’13; and Josh Uikilifi, Antetokounmpo corralled the and 11 rebounds to pace Boston, Celtics came off a sweep of their
throwers this season. The fresh- 2011. ball and went up a second time which controlled the game for long own against Indiana.
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the fifth; and Prairie View A&M edge rusher

DUBS RAIDERS Quinton Bell in the seventh round.

Surprise move
Continued from page 11 Continued from page 12 The biggest surprise came in round one
when the Raiders took Ferrell fourth overall
wouldn’t say whether he made contact with players who participated ahead of a more heralded pass rusher like
official Josh Tiven while arguing. in the national champi- Kentucky’s Josh Allen or Houston’s Ed Oliver.
“I don’t know yet. Nobody told me. He onship game this past Mayock said the Raiders had Ferrell rated right
just called a tech,” said Paul, who had season. behind Ohio State’s Nick Bosa at edge rusher
rebounded a missed 3-pointer by Harden that Oakland took three from and were happy to take him fourth when no
could have tied the game with 9 seconds left Clemson — Ferrell, cor- opportunities to trade down materialized.
and was arguing for a foul. nerback Trayvon Mullen
Green added 14 points, nine assists and in round two and Renfrow How they did
nine rebounds for the two-time defending — and Jacobs from The biggest needs for the Raiders heading
champion Warriors, who are meeting the Alabama. Gruden even Hunter Renfrow into the draft were finding edge rushers to
Rockets in the postseason for the fourth joked on his congratulato- upgrade a defense that had an NFL-low 13
time in five years, with Houston having ry call to Renfrow on Saturday that the Raiders sacks last season, a featured running back to
never been victorious. would look to add Tigers coach Dabo Sweeney replace Marshawn Lynch, and more help in
Game 2 is Tuesday night back at Oracle next. the secondary.
Arena. KYLE TERADA/USA TODAY SPORTS Those needs were all targeted on the first two
Harden scored 35 points and Eric Gordon Kevin Durant shoots Sunday at Oracle Arena.
Who they got days and now the team must wait to see if the
27 after both struggled early. The Rockets The Raiders came into the draft with three players chosen can deliver on their potential.
Clippers, shot 11 for 25 and made 12 of 15
shot 14 for 47 from long range. free throws in his fifth straight 30-point first-round picks thanks to last year’s deals
Harden, who shot 9 for 28 and 4 of 16 on playoff performance — matching his career- that sent star edge rusher Khalil Mack to What’s next?
3s, wasn’t shy about his frustration with the best streak accomplished from June 1-12, Chicago and receiver Amari Cooper to The Raiders have targeted most of their
officiating and the lack of foul calls on 2017. Dallas. Oakland turned those picks into needs this offseason but still could be look-
Houston’s 3-point tries. “Kevin’s run these last couple weeks has Ferrell, Jacobs and Mississippi State safety ing for more help on the interior of the
“I just want a fair chance, man. Call the just been off the charts,” Kerr said. “I’ve Jonathan Abram. Mayock then got busy the offensive line after trading guard Kelechi
game how it’s supposed to be called and said it a few times this week, he’s the most next two days, trading down four times to Osemele to the Jets last month.
that’s it, and I’ll live with the results,” skilled basketball player on earth. He’s one get more picks and then up once to seize Edge rusher remains a big need, even after
Harden said. of the most skilled basketball players to Renfrow in the fifth round. the additions of Ferrell and the two third-day
Told of Harden’s remarks, Green said: ever play the game.” The other players selected were: Mullen in picks. Oakland did little to address the posi-
“Huh? I’ve been fouled by James on a James Durant said he was “just tailor made for the the second round; Eastern Michigan defensive tion in free agency, with Benson Mayowa the
3-pointer before. I ain’t trying to hear moment, I guess.” end Maxx Crosby, Houston cornerback Isaiah most prominent addition, and could try to find
that.” “I’m starting to put everything together Johnson and Moreau in the fourth; Renfrow in a veteran on the market before training camp.
Harden’s three-point play with 40 sec- on both sides of the ball,” he added.
onds left pulled Houston within 100-98. Technical fouls on Paul and Rockets coach
and spending big in free agency, the 49ers
Stephen Curry knocked down a 3 on the
other end over Nene moments later and fin-
ished with 18 points, seven rebounds and
four assists.
Mike D’Antoni 2.1 seconds apart in the
final minute of the third allowed the
Warriors to take an 83-76 lead into the final
12 minutes after Durant converted the free
49ERS hope they have now stockpiled enough tal-
ent to make a move up the standings in the
third year of the Lynch/Shanahan regime.
Durant, who had combined for 95 points throws. Continued from page 12 The 49ers continue to build around fran-
“They’re real costly,” D’Antoni said. chise quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, whom
the previous two games against the
the team is counting on this year to return
and tight end as he develops.
from an ACL tear that ended his season in
Wishnowsky has the tools to become a Week 3 last year. Running back Jerick
top-flight punter and each of San McKinnon, one of the team’s top acquisi-
Francisco’s other four picks all have the tions in 2018 free agency, also returns after
ability to make the team and contribute as missing all of last season with an ACL tear.
rookies, according to Lynch. The biggest issue looming for the 49ers as
The biggest need the 49ers failed to they continue to shape their training camp
address is at safety, where the team started roster is the status of free agent kicker Robbie
several different combinations of players Gould, whom the team has retained at the fran-
last season. chise tag rate of $4.971 million for kickers.
Gould has been unable to come to an
What’s next? agreement with the team on a multiyear con-
After trading for Ford, giving him a big tract and reportedly requested a trade earlier
contract and then stocking up in the draft this week.

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Let’s talk about sex
T
wo weeks ago, our topic was eating ger than elephant
too much. Last week, we covered the sperm, yet an ele-
all-time sleep champions of the ani- phant penis can
mal world. You should have seen this com- weigh up to 70
ing because after gluttony and sloth it’s pounds and be more
only logical that this week we talk about than 3 feet long
sex. Weird animal sex. No worries, I’ve (which is still no
promised the editors I’ll keep this clinical match for the 10-
and dry. foot length of the
I bet you didn’t know that a male dam- female elephant’s
selfly’s penis ends in a teeny tiny spoon, reproductive tract).
which serves to scoop out the sperm that Male antechinus, a
other, competing males have previously small Australian marsupial, produce a life-
The most recent ‘Avengers’ movie set the box office record for largest debut. deposited in a mate’s vagina. Absent a vagi- time supply of sperm by the time they’re a
na or anything that serves as an opening to year old and then spend the next few weeks

‘Avengers: Endgame’ obliterates her reproductive organs, a female squid who


encounters sperm releases a hormone that
dissolves a section of her skin, allowing
mating for up to 14 hours at a time, inter-
rupted only by short breaks, eventually
having so much sex that their bodies literal-
sperm to enter. Relative to the different ly break down by the end of a monthlong
debut record with $1.2B opening
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wars: The Force Awakens” ($248 million
species’ body mass, a male hamster’s repro-
ductive organs are much larger than those of
a horse (although one can easily see why
and, for the males, fatal breeding season.
Female praying mantis say “yes” to a court-
ing male by mating with him, and they say
or about $266 million in inflation adjusted “hung like a hamster” might not catch on in “no” by biting his head off. Literally. 
NEW YORK — The universe belongs to dollars.) the human bar scene). After intercourse, a I predict that the line in the old song,
Marvel. “Avengers: Endgame” shattered “Endgame” was just as enormous over- male honeybee’s genitals explode, leaving “birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas
the record for biggest opening weekend seas. Worldwide, it obliterated the previous the tip of the penis in the female as a cork to do it,” will never quite sound the same to
with an estimated $350 million in ticket record of $640. 5 million, also set by help keep the sperm in place. Females of you again.
sales domestically and $1.2 billion glob- “Infinity War.” (“Infinity War” didn’t open some species of snakes, lizards and turtles
ally, reaching a new pinnacle in the block- in China, the world’s second largest movie can store live sperm, prior to fertilization, Ken White is the president of the Peninsula
buster era that the comic-book studio has market, until two weeks after its debut.) for up to several years. Mouse sperm is big- Humane Society & SPCA.
come to dominate. “Endgame” set a new weekend record in
The “Avengers” finale far exceeded even China, too, where it made $330.5 million.
its own gargantuan expectations, accord- In one fell swoop, “Endgame” has
ing to studio estimates Sunday. The movie already made more than movies like
had been forecast to open between $260 “Skyfall, ” “Aquaman” and “The Dark
million and $300 million in U. S. and Knight Rises” grossed in their entire runs,
Canadian theaters, but moviegoers turned not accounting for inflation.
out in such droves that “Endgame” blew Alan Horn, Disney chairman, credited
past the previous record of $257.7 mil- Marvel Studios and its president, Kevin
lion, set last year by “Avengers: Infinity Feige, for challenging “notions of what is
War” when it narrowly surpassed “Star possible at the movie theater.”

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MONDAY, APRIL 29
Calendar
Floral Arranging with Succulents. 6
Socialists win Spain election
3D Printing. Belmont Library, 1110 p.m. to 8 p.m. Hillsdale Shopping THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sanchez won 29% “We told you that we were going to
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Sign Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. This of the vote, captur- begin a reconquering of Spain and that’s
up for a two-hour block of 3D print- class costs $20. For more information
ing. Visit smcl.org/3Dprinting to call 571-1029. MADRID — Spain’s governing cen- ing 123 seats in the what we have done,” Vox leader Santiago
make a reservation. ter-left Socialists won the country’s 350-seat Congress Abascal said, in reference to the 15th-
Voices from the Railroad: History election Sunday but must seek backing
Play of the Hand. San Mateo Senior from Descendants. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. of Deputies. The century campaign by the Spanish
Center, 2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. Third from smaller parties to maintain power, new far-right Vox Catholic Kings to end Muslim rule in the
San Mateo. $135 for residents, $165 Ave., San Mateo. Writer, activist and while a far-right party rode an unprece- party made its Iberian Peninsula.
for non-residents. The second course historian, Connie Young Yu, will share
of the ACLB Bridge Series, designed stories of the Chinese laborers who dented surge of support to enter the lower national break- Vox, which was formed five years ago,
to help seniors advance their playing helped build the Transcontinental house of parliament for the first time in through by captur- has promised to defend Spain from its
abilities. Registration required. Call Railroad. Free. For more information
522-7490 for more information. call 522-7898. four decades. Pedro Sanchez ing 10% of the “enemies,” citing feminists, liberal
Voters in Spain had become disillu- vote, which would elites and Muslims among others. Its
Outing to the GLBT Histor y Neighborhood Meeting: sioned as the country struggled with a
Museum in San Francisco. Noon to Wastewater Treatment Plant
give it 24 seats. emergence on the national stage gives
11:59 p.m. San Mateo County Pride Update. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. LEAD recession, austerity cuts, corruption Vox’s success came at the expense of Spain five political parties, furthering
Center, 1021 S. El Camino Real, San Elementary School, 949 Ocean View scandals, divisive demands for independ- the once-dominant conservative Popular political fragmentation in a country that
Mateo. Join us for a docent tour of Ave., San Mateo. Learn about upcom-
current exhibitions. Cost is $3. For ing work to improve the treatment ence from the restive Catalonia region Party, which fell to 66 seats, losing was alternately ruled for decades by the
more information call 591-0133. plant. Free. For more information call and a rise in far-right nationalism not more than half of its representation Socialists and the Popular Party.
727-6870. seen since Spain’s dictatorship ended in
Free Art History Class. 12:45 p.m. to since the last election in 2016. The con- To stay in office, the Socialists and
2 p.m. San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 Everyday Internet Security Basics. the 1970s. servatives also lost votes to the center- Sanchez must form a governing alliance
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Burlingame With 99% of ballots counted, the right Citizens party, which will increase with smaller parties, including the far-
Explore Impression with Monet, Library, 481 Primrose Road,
Renoir and others in a class featuring Burlingame. Join us for a session Socialists led by Prime Minister Pedro its number of seats from 32 to 57. left United We Can led by Pablo Iglesias.
lecture and film. Free. For more infor- from the Electronic Frontier
mation call 355-1894. Foundation on basic internet securi-
site. Beyond the city’s contribution, a cies to assure the city is not responsi-

SKATE
ty. Free. For more information call
TUESDAY, APRIL 30 558-7400. user group was formed to help keep the ble for injuries potentially caused by
The Art of Drawing. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
San Carlos Adult Community Center, FRIDAY, MAY 3 park clean. scooters.
601 Chestnut St., San Carlos. Learn Mak ing Your Digital Presence Looking ahead, officials questioned Also, Councilwoman Gina Papan
basic drawing skills. Work Hard on a Budget. 7:45 a.m. to Continued from page 1 the future of the nearby restroom. said officials have been contacted by
9 a.m. Crowne Plaza Hotel, 1221
Día de los Niños Program. 4 p.m. Chess Dr., Foster City. Listen to three Williams said an examination is under- companies who have expressed inter-
San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. 3rd experts speak about digital earlier this year for repairs and the way to establish a use policy which est in operating the hotel to be built in
Ave., San Mateo. A celebration of presence. Registration required. For
Children’s Day, including reading and more information call 401-2442. improved version returned in late will keep the facility open and also the Gateway at Millbrae Station
activities. Free. For more information March to much acclaim, said City protect it from vandalism. Vice Mayor mixed-used development on BART
call 522-7818. Moving San Mateo County Manager Tom Williams.
For ward: Affordable Housing Reuben Holober suggested if such a land at the city train station. While the
Screening of “ The Sentence.” 6 Week. 12:30 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. City of “So far we have seen significant solution cannot be identified, placing project developer has worked with the
p.m. Fox Theater, 2215 Broadway, Daly City, Merced Room 145, Lake improvements. I’ve seen more kids out
Redwood City. A intimate portrait of Merced Blvd., Daly City. Moderated a portable toilet at the site might be a Residence Inn to design the hotel,
the devestating impact of mandato- by Xiomara Cisneros of the Bay Area there in the last couple weeks than I reasonable compromise. Papan called for allowing other hote-
ry minimum drug sentencing. Free. Council. For more information call have in the last seven or eight years,” “We are looking at all those options liers such as Hyatt to operate the 164-
For more information call 701-7661. 204-5634.
said Williams, according to video of and the cost benefits and we will report room establishment. No decision was
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 Wild West Days 2019. 3:30 p.m. to the meeting. back,” said Williams. made, and the discussion of the devel-
Asian Pacific American Heritage 9:30 p.m. Our Lady of Mount Carmel During the weeks when the park was
Month. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. San Mateo School, 301 Grand St., Redwood City. While more work remains on the opment is slated to return before offi-
Public Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Carnival rides, game booths, raffles, closed, workers refurbished damaged horizon to assure the park keeps its cials next month.
Mateo. The Asian Library Advisory food and live entertainment. Free. For ramps, cleaned graffiti, removed trash sheen, Parks and Recreation Also returning before officials at a
Committee has planned a series of more information call 475-7995.
programs including a festival of and spruced up other elements of the Commissioner Julie Turner said the later date is the proposal to build a
dance, children’s storytelling, hands- CuriOdyssey’s First Friday Family facility which has been operated by scene appears in much better condition mixed-use development on the former
on origami, a caligraphy workshop, a Night. 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. CuriOdyssey,
youth concert and more. All pro- 1651 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo. the city since 2007. than it has in years. FlightCar parking lot on El Camino
grams are free and welcome to Play, puzzle, navigate, create and In an effort to assure the fixes last, “Every time I drive by it looks really Real. Councilmembers were slated to
everyone in the community. For build inside STEM Odyssey. Cost councilmembers agreed during the
more information call 522-7896. $8.50 to $13.50. For more informa- great,” said Turner, who claimed feed- make a decision on the proposal to
tion call 342-7755. meeting to approve a set of rules to be back from park users has been positive redevelop the site into an office, retail
Registration for Adult DIY Club: posted at the park which will become as well. and residential building with eight
Korean Art of Wrapping Cloths Free Wine Tasting at Main Gallery.
with Youngmin Lee. 10 a.m. to 9 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The Main eligible for police to enforce. Councilmembers voted 4-0 in favor units at the meeting, but the item was
p.m. Adult Do-It-Yourself Night on Gallery, 1018 Main St., Redwood City. The regulations require riders to wear of establishing the new park rules, pulled from the agenda and postponed
May 28 at 7 p.m. This month's project Free for 21+. For more information helmets and pads, limit the city’s
is the Korean Art of Wrapping Cloths call 823-9776. with Councilwoman Ann Schneider to a later date.
with Korean-born artist Youngmin responsibility in case of injuries, absent from the meeting. And finally, Councilwoman Anne
Lee. Free. For more information call First Friday: Zine Fest. 6 p.m. to 8 restrict alcohol or drugs, establish
591-8286. p.m. Burlingame Library, 480 In other news at the meeting, Oliva announced her candidacy for
Primrose Road, Burlingame. hours of operation and other standard Holober said officials had been inter- state Senate in a press release
Computer Class: Traveling Easier Featuring zine artists, many with mandates. ested in negotiating a contract with Thursday, April 25. Oliva joins a race
with Technology. 10:30 a.m. to themes that revolve around civic
noon. Belmont Library, 1110 action, and live music. Free. For more To further monitor the grounds, offi- former bike sharing company Lime to with Menlo Park entrepreneur Josh
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. information call 558-7400. cials set up two surveillance cameras introduce services in Millbrae, just as Becker, Burlingame Councilman
Learn how to use technology to which can capture the entirety of the
make traveling easier. Free. For more San Carlos Kiwanis Club Variety the company abandoned its bikes in Michael Brownrigg, former assembly-
information call 591-8286. Show “ Swing, Jazz and site. Such technology is needed to dis- favor of focusing on scooter rentals. woman Sally Lieber of Mountain View
Razzmatazz.” 7 p.m. Central Middle courage misbehavior and vandalism, While there was no discussion and Redwood City Councilwoman
Myster y Book Club. Noon. South School Auditorium, 757 Cedar St.,
San Francisco Main Library, 840 West San Carlos. Cost is $15 to $30. For as officials documented prior to the around allowing Lime to offer scooters Shelly Masur in the race for the seat
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. more information call 207-5164. cleanup some of the equipment was in Millbrae, Mayor Wayne Lee sug- occupied by state Sen. Jerry Hill, D-
Free. May’s theme is senior sleuths.
For more information call 829-3860. MagicFlutes Flute Orchestra abused and garbage was dumped at the gested officials refine liability poli- San Mateo.
Annual Spring Concert: “A Concert
LGBTQ Book Club. 4:30 p.m to 6 p.m. for Young People, and the Young at
San Mateo Pride Center, 1021 S. El Heart.” 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. St. Peter's with each citing the need for housing according to the report. The modern
Camino Real, San Mateo. All are wel-
come. For more information call 591-
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Pacifica. Cost is $15 to $20. For more
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impacts as minimal.
The scale and mass of the apartment
style building features brick veneer,
stucco exterior and other design ele-
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Lunch. 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. South of San Mateo Planetarium, 1700 West building is consistent with the stan- bulk and create visual interest at the
San Francisco Elk's Lodge, 920 Hillsdale Ave., San Mateo. This lecture dards and requirements of the pedestrian level,” according to the
Stonegate Drive, South San about journeys to the moon will be ous letters of support for the project,
Francisco. Cost is $19. For more infor- presented by Brian Day. Belmont Village Specific Plan, report.
mation call 878-5746.
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A public hearing will be held
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cAreGiVers meeting on May 13, 2019,
starting at 6:00 p.m. in the
City Council Chambers lo-
2 years experience cated at 1600 Floribunda
required. Avenue, Hillsborough, CA
newspAper interns 94010 regarding the follow-
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Immediate placement JOurnAlisM RESOLUTION AUTHORIZ-
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on all assignments. terns to do entry level reporting, re- ING SEWER SERVICE
search, updates of our ongoing fea- CHARGES AND WATER 203 public notices 296 Appliances 297 bicycles
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- AND SEWER CONNEC-
call so welcome.
TION FEES EFFECTIVE
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Air cOnditiOner 10000 BTU w/re-
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
MOuntAin bike new 21 gears $100.
(650)722-3634
JULY 1, 2019
(650)777-9000 We expect a commitment of four to
eight hours a week for at least four
months. The internship is unpaid, but
Additional information re- A public hearing will be held brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
0898 MOuntAin bike. Top brand. Runs
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- garding this resolution is at the City Council regular good. $39. (660)342-5220
terns have progressed in time into available for review at the meeting on May 13, 2019, free wAsher and 220v dryer, both
paid correspondents and full-time re- City Clerk’s Office. 650- starting at 6:00 p.m. in the working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You 298 collectibles
move, stairs.
crystAl cleAninG porters.
375-7412. City Council Chambers lo- 15 lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo-
center College students or recent graduates 4/29, 5/6/19 cated at 1600 Floribunda GlAss-pAnel lAMpshAde. Similar gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and
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san Mateo, cA experience is preferred but not neces-
cns-3247109# Avenue, Hillsborough, CA ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839
sarily required. sAn MAteO dAily 94010 regarding the follow- $75 (650)727-7266
*customer service JOurnAl ing: hOtpOint heAVy Duty Dryer excellent
1984 tiMe magazine. Special 1994
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
Please send a cover letter describing resOlutiOn settinG working condition Burlingame $50 Call (650)588-0842
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desire for steady ular mail to 1720 S. Amphlett Blvd., garding this resolution is counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839. 4162
employment and #123, San Mateo CA 94402 available for review at the new, sinGer Sewing Machine Univer- cOllectAble cAbbAGe Patch Kids
employment benefits? City Clerk’s Office. 650- sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New
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internships ly. U-haul. $650 Call Mark 650-207-0882. lennOx red Rose, Unused, hand
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for ambitious interns who are eager to 295 Art VAcuuM cleAner (reconditioned) $12.00. (650) 578 9208.
jump into the business arena with both $10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
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per print and web advertising and event This position will provide valuable OBO (650)515-6091 297 bicycles
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small rug beater. $15.00 (650)207- chiNa cabiNeT Wallet, $20. Call sOlid WOOd Dining table with exten- bessy small Evening Hand Bag With epiphONe les Paul Custom Prophecy big berTha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
4162 (650)589-1407 sion great piece great condition black Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371 Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00.
$80 (650)364-5263 (650)421-5469. ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
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pieces. Pattern: "Catherine". new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or sOlid WOOd Entertainment Center- (650)544-5306 evereTT uprighT antique piano.
$45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839 gtecher@comcast.net TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. braNd NeW Golf bag with Stand.
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. blue OysTer cult lp signed by donald Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
TOpps baseball complete set 1987 cOmpuTer desk with 3 side drawers . X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash huge ludWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle No Texting.
thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999- Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask (925)482-5742 (408)661-6019 & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
4474 for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500
cash regisTer Parts; Much Skin Not (916)975-4969 braNd NeW golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
leave message Table 24"x48" folding legs each end.
TWO 1998 Star Wars R2-D2 action fig- Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost Guts $500 (415)269-4784 Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
ure variations, new/unopened. $25 for cOmpuTer sWivel CHAIR. Padded $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 piaNO-aNdreW kOhler, Mahogany, gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
both. Steve (650)518-6614 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 cOscO play Pen with travel bag. Used Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $250
ThOmasville diNiNg table, $50 4 once $35 (650)591-2981 (415)334-1980 easTON alumiNum bat.33 inches, 30
viNTage sTemWare: 3 styles, 23 desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. chairs, mid-century blonde with two oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 (650)458-3578 cuT glass serving bowl 8" diameter
leaves call (650)697-3709. $25. Call 650-921-4016 player piaNO 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- everlasT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
299 computers Tiki bar - Original from the 60’s,Like sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
deluxe FOlder Walker - 5" wheels - www.elo.deals
diNiNg chairs -Six Antique, Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 Never Used - $40 (650)341-5347
19" cOlOr Monitor with stand VG con- Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 (650)245-4234. guThy-reNker pOWer Rider,Ever-
(650)888-2662 drive 3-Wheel buggy $45. Call spiNeT piaNO + Bench, $50. Call
dition power cord/owners manual includ- (650)589-1407 last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857 (650)589-1407 erciser $20 (510)770-1976
TWiN bed, mattress, box spring, frame
diNiNg rOOm Table-Antique,Oak, $ 50. (650)598-9804. Free magaziNes. Library discards viNTage auTOpiaNO upright player
recOrdable cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- piano $99.00 call (650)728-5053 leave kNee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, 5chairs, w/ extension $200 year old ones. Wide variety. Good for
(650)290-3188 TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with crafts, light reading. (650)952-9074 message or email flycsir@hotmail.com
(650) 578 9208 drawers and pull-down desk call leaTher gOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
(650)697-3709 Free: Wild turkey feathers; whole WurliTzer uprighT piano. Fair con- (650) 592-2648.
dition. Free. No delivery. (650)455-5595
300 Toys diNiNg Table (36"x54") and 4 match-
used bedrOOm Furniture, FREE. Call
wings, full tail fans. Wild duck wings. For
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for fly tying, art projects, etc. Call Mark meN's rOssigNOl Skis. $95.00,
14-1000-pcs puzzles $3.00 ea. $250 .(650)-654-1930. (650)573-7381. (650)207-0882 312 pets & animals good condition, (650)341-0282.
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americaN Flyer locomotive runs Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- $25.(650)712-9962 leave message erbag $80.00 for all (650)592-2648 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. (650)593-2066 (650)771-6324.
liONel chrisTmas Holiday expan-
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jump aNd Play Keyboard brand new, in diNiNg Table. 72" by 42". With leaf upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 parrOT cage, Steel, Large - approx
original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. 90". $99 or best offer. (650)228-3389 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best TOTal gym XLS, excellent condition.
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American Legion riders Gary Shweid,Thomas Day and George


Smith repaired the graffiti on a pillar at Golden Gate National
Cemetery along El Camino Real.

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