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Broadway Plaza nears final OK


Redwood City Planning Commission approves
massive office, housing and retail development
By Zachary Clark the City Council casts a final vote below-market-rate units, 95 will
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF on the project late May. be reserved for those with “low”
Located at 1401 Broadway and incomes, 12 will be for those with
A proposal to replace a Redwood 2201 Bay Road, the proposal “very low” incomes and another
City strip mall with a massive known as “Broadway Plaza” 12 will be priced at the “extremely
mixed-use development consist- includes 520 residential units for low” income level.
ing of hundreds of apartments, rent, including 400 market-rate Someone making $30, 800 a
offices and retail was unanimously ones and 120 affordable units to year qualifies as “extremely low”
approved by the Planning be managed by nonprofit develop-
Commission Wednesday before er MidPen Housing. Of the 120 See PLAZA, Page 18 Artist’s rendering of Broadway Plaza in Redwood City.

INTERAGENCY DAY

DAILY JOURNAL FILE PHOTO


Kids from the Belmont AYSL practice on the south field of the Belmont Sports Complex.

Belmont discuses funding


options for field upgrades
Debt financing eyed to fund roughly $5M plan
By Zachary Clark cork infill on the north field, which encom-
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF passes 179,240 square feet of playing area,
to create two soccer fields adhering to U12
The Belmont City Council wants to move and U19 dimensions, a baseball field with a
forward with various upgrades to the Sports dirt pitching mound and field striping to
Complex this year, but it is yet to settle on also accommodate lacrosse, according to a
a plan to fund the roughly $5 million proj- staff report.
ect. The project also entails accessibility
Finance Director Thomas Fil listed poten- upgrades to the dugouts, bleachers and one
tial funding strategies at a special meeting water fountain; the relocation of the score-
Tuesday and the council will likely green board to improve visibility from the
light one of them at a meeting May 14.
The plan is to install synthetic turf with See FIELD, Page 31

Housing talks are


set for San Mateo
By Anna Schuessler
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

With high home prices and rents affecting


residents across San Mateo, city officials
are well aware housing is top of mind for NICK ROSE/DAILY JOURNAL
Jackie Nunez with Home for All of San Mateo many.
County and Scott Prowse, housing specialist Coast Guard Air Station San Francisco hosted its third Interagency Day on Thursday. Bay Area
Though discussions of housing can be first responders gathered at the Coast Guard Station at San Francisco International Airport
with San Mateo, spread the word about the
community housing conversations. See TALKS, Page 23 to develop life saving skills that will help during a emergency.
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2 Friday • April 26, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“Perfect order is the
forerunner of perfect horror.”
— Carlos Fuentes, Mexican author

This Day in History


John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of

1865 President Abraham Lincoln, was sur-


rounded by federal troops near Port
Royal, Virginia, and killed.
In 1 5 6 4 , William Shakespeare was baptized at Holy Trinity
Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
In 1 6 0 7 , English colonists went ashore at present-day Cape
Henry, Virginia, on an expedition to establish the first per-
manent English settlement in the Western Hemisphere.
In 1 7 7 7 , during the American Revolutionary War, 16-year-
old Sybil Ludington, the daughter of a militia commander in
Dutchess County, New York, rode her horse into the night to
alert her father’s men of the approach of British regular
troops.
In 1 9 3 3 , Nazi Germany’s infamous secret police, the
Gestapo, was created.
In 1945, Marshal Henri Philippe Petain, the head of France’s
Vichy government during World War II, was arrested.
In 1 9 6 8 , the United States exploded beneath the Nevada
desert a 1.3 megaton nuclear device called “Boxcar.”
In 1 9 7 7 , the legendary nightclub Studio 54 had its opening
night in New York.
In 1 9 8 6 , an explosion and fire at the Chernobyl nuclear
power plant in Ukraine caused radioactive fallout to begin
spewing into the atmosphere. (Dozens of people were killed
in the immediate aftermath of the disaster while the long-term
death toll from radiation poisoning is believed to number in
the thousands.)
In 1 9 8 9 , actress-comedian Lucille Ball died at Cedars-Sinai REUTERS
Medical Center in Los Angeles at age 77. Mathieu Shamavu,Virunga Ranger and caretaker at Senkwekwe Center for Orphaned Mountain Gorillas poses for a selfie with
In 1 9 9 4 , voting began in South Africa’s first all-race elec- two gorillas at Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
tions, resulting in victory for the African National Congress
and the inauguration of Nelson Mandela as president.
In other news ...
Birthdays Small plane crash lands on church and next to an elementary school
is promoting the latest movie in the
Ndakazi and Ndeze, mimicking his
movements, so he took a picture with
top of Idaho tree, pilot rescued “Hellboy” franchise as “Heckboy.” them.
MCCALL, Idaho — Officials say a The Tennessean reports the PG adver- The gorillas look as if they’re posing
small plane crash landed on top of a tree tisement at the Dickson theater has for the camera and when Shamavu post-
in Idaho and a firefighter with tree caused a local buzz around the $50 mil- ed the picture on social media on
removal experience climbed up the tree lion movie, which grossed $19.8 mil- Saturday it quickly clocked up thousands
to rescue the pilot. lion in its first two weekends. of likes and comments.
The fire department in the resort town Manager Belinda Daniel says the the- According to rangers at the sanctuary,
of McCall said pilot John Gregory was ater avoids putting up words on its sign Ndakazi and Ndeze were orphaned 12
not hurt in the Monday night crash. that may be seen as profanity. She says years ago when their families were
McCall Fire Capt. Brandon Swain says they want to be respectful to everyone, killed by poachers.
Actress-comedian Actor Jet Li is 56. First lady Melania They were the first orphans to be cared
Gregory was trying to land at the including the hundreds of children who
Carol Burnett is Trump is 49. for at the center, which according to
McCall Airport when the plane started pass by every day. But she says the
86. response to the theater’s play on words Virunga park’s management, is the only
to lose power.
Architect I.M. Pei is 102. Rhythm-and-blues singer Maurice Gregory tried to divert into a field but has been more exciting than expected. place in the world dedicated to the care of
Williams is 81. Songwriter-musician Duane Eddy is 81. crashed into the 60-foot tree. Images She says she’s glad the sign shared orphaned mountain gorillas.
Singer Bobby Rydell is 77. Rock musician Gary Wright is 76. show the plane stuck in its upper the community’s personality and incit- As the gorillas arrive in the sanctuary
Actress Nancy Lenehan is 66. Actor Giancarlo Esposito is 61. branches. ed some laughs. at a young age, they learn from their
Rock musician Roger Taylor (Duran Duran) is 59. Actress Joan Firefighter Randy Acker owns a tree- caretakers, said Shamavu.
Chen is 58. Rock musician Chris Mars is 58. Actor-singer removal company, offered to scale the Congo park ranger tells of “In terms of behavior, they like to
tree and brought the pilot down from it. mimic everything that is happening
Michael Damian is 57. Rock musician Jimmy Stafford (Train) taking viral selfie with gorillas (around them), everything we do,”
is 55. Actor-comedian Kevin James is 54. Record company Officials say helicopters may be used
executive Jeff Huskins is 53. Former U.S. Poet Laureate to remove the plane from the tree. LONDON — A park ranger in Congo Shamavu told the Associated Press.
has described how he captured a selfie He said the caretakers at Senkwekwe
Natasha Trethewey is 53. Actress Marianne Jean-Baptiste is
52. Country musician Joe Caverlee (Yankee Grey) is 51. What the Heckboy: Theater with two gorillas that went viral. Mountain Gorilla Orphanage Center try
Mathieu Shamavu, a ranger at Virunga to give the animals as much access as
Rapper T-Boz (TLC) is 49. Actress Shondrella Avery is 48. near church avoids ‘Hellboy’ title National Park in eastern Congo, said he possible to their natural environment,
Actress Simbi Kali is 48. Country musician Jay DeMarcus DICKSON, Tenn. — A Tennessee was checking his phone when he but they inevitably exhibit “almost the
(Rascal Flatts) is 48. Country musician Michael Jeffers movie theater that sits across from a noticed two female orphaned gorillas, same behavior as humans.”
(Pinmonkey) is 47.
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Kathleen E. Jacoby Obituaries
Kathleen E. Jacoby, age 75, died peaceful-
ly in her sleep April 16, 2019, at San Mateo will be deeply missed.”
Medical Center after a Kathleen is survived by her life partner
short battle with cancer. Steve Freier; daughters Betsy (Steve
Kathleen was born in Anderson) Appell and Jackie (Drew)
San Francisco April 5, Wheeler; and granddaughters Holly Wheeler
1944. She was a writer, and Phoebe Anderson. The family asks in
numerologist, humani- lieu of flowers that donations be made to the
tarian and mentor who Center for Independence of Individuals with
touched the lives of Disabilities in San Mateo or to the San
everyone who met her. Mateo County Health Foundation.
Her novel, “Vision of the
Grail,” her blog, “Seasons of the Soul,” and
Albert John Petrucello
her articles in The Inner Voice magazine Albert John Petrucello, late of Millbrae,
were sources of great inspiration to her died peacefully Tuesday, April 23, 2019.
many followers. She worked at Minerva Born Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1931.
Books in Palo Alto, where she helped spiri- Family and friends are welcome to visit on
tual seekers find resources to guide them on Thursday, May 2, 2019, after 6 p.m. until 7
their paths. She was widely known for her p.m. at the Chapel of the Highlands, El
wise counsel, open-heartedness and gener- Camino Real at 194 Millwood Drive in
ous spirit. “Kathleen had a light that lifted Millbrae, with a Funeral Liturgy beginning
the spirits of everyone around her, and she at 7 p.m. Private committal will be at the
Italian Cemetery in Colma on Friday.

Police reports Fraud. Someone was reported for making


fraudulent checks and cashing them on
Foster City Boulevard, it was reported at
2:58 p.m. Monday, April 22.
Let’s table this discussion Arre s t s . Two Hayward residents were
Someone reported harassing emails and
arrested for racing on Metro Center
suspicious rearrangement of patio furni-
Boulevard, it was reported at 5:03 p.m.
ture on Shorebird Circle in Redwood
Sunday, April 21.
City, it was reported at 6:02 a. m.
Threat. Someone received a threatening
Friday, April 19.
voicemail on Foster City Boulevard, it was
reported at 8:11 p.m. Saturday, April 20.
FOSTER CITY Fo und pro perty. Someone found a pass-
port on Foster Square Lane, it was reported
Arres t. A San Mateo man was arrested on a at 2:13 p.m. Saturday, April 20.
$6,000 warrant for drug paraphernalia on Burg l ary . Someone smashed window on
Foster City Boulevard, it was reported at Farragut Boulevard, it was reported at 10:39
8:04 p.m. Monday, April 22. p.m. Friday, April 19.

20th
Anniversary
Anniversary
Move-In Special
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New South City police station plans lauded


Planning commissioners vote in favor of designs for first phase of new civic center
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

South San Francisco officials are lauding


designs crafted for the new police station
proposed to be part of the new Civic
Center campus expected to be built begin-
ning next year.
The South San Francisco Planning
Commission unanimously voted Thursday,
April 18, in favor of the plans for the new
police station at the corner of Chestnut
Avenue and Antoinette Lane.
The station is expected to be built across
the street from a new parks and recreation
facility, library and other community
spaces in a campus financed with money
raised through a recent sales tax hike.
While officials are seeking public input
on the look and function of the public
amenities, they largely deferred to the
guidance from law enforcement in plan-
ning the station. A rendering of the new police station proposed to be built in South San Francisco.
“Whatever the police people say they planning to review the project plans later ings while also maintaining an aesthetic project is attractive while meeting the
need, I think we should do it, ” said this summer and, if approval is granted, associated with law enforcement. needs of the police department.
Commissioner Alan Wong, according to ground could break early next year. The For his part, Commissioner Norm Faria Some discussion focused on the height
video of the meeting. police station is the initial phase of cam- suggested the current design reached the of the building, which is a little shorter
Such feedback is consistent with the pre- pus construction, and the public amenities proposed goal. than many of the minimum zoning stan-
vious perspective shared by city officials included in the second phase could go out “What I’ve seen so far, I like the presen- dards for the area. While officials
planning the station according to the to firms for bidding later this year. tation and I like the schematic,” he said. acknowledged typically a taller building
operational needs of the police depart- Officials are hopeful to break ground on Commission Chair JulieAnn Murphy would be preferred at the site, the height of
ment. the 70, 000-square-foot facility housing though suggested she thought designs the station was determined by security reg-
During the meeting, project designers the library, parks and recreation center and could be improved incrementally to estab- ulations for law enforcement centers.
and officials detailed the vision for the other uses next summer. lish an iconic feature which would help the For the most part, officials broadly
$54 million station, which is expected to The final phase of work will be rebuild- public identify the building. accepted the proposal for the site and
spread office space, classrooms, evidence ing the fire station currently located at the “It seems like maybe there is something expressed their enthusiasm around its
storage, training spaces and more uses nearby Municipal Services Building, to do to make it a little more monumental, potential forthcoming development.
through a main, two-story building and which could begin in 2022. to make it clear this is public space and Synthesizing those perspectives,
adjacent single-story supplementary Considering the larger context of the people are welcome to enter,” she said. Commissioner Robert Bernardo shared his
building. In all, the two buildings are pro- development near the site, commissioners Beyond the minor critiques, much of the support for the project.
posed to offer 45,000 square feet. advocated for the police station to take meeting discussion was focused on aes- “I really like the design and I’m really
The South San Francisco City Council is some cues from the other campus build- thetic and detailed features to assure the excited about the building,” he said.

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California bill to expand Around the state


rent control dies for the year Employees’ Retirement System and $8 mil-
Newsom signs internet sales tax law
SACRAMENTO — An effort to expand lion will go to the California State THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sales in California to
rent control in California won’t move for- Teachers’ Retirement System. The rest will register as a retailer and
ward this year after the lawmaker behind it go to the Attorney General’s Office. SACRAMENTO — California’s collect taxes. The law
cancelled a planned public hearing Thursday’s settlement is California’s lat- Democratic governor has signed a law Gov. Gavin Newsom
Thursday, saying his plan needs more work. est effort to recover the billions of dollars it requiring companies like Amazon and eBay signed on Thursday
Assemblyman Richard Bloom, a Santa lost during the financial crash of 2008, to collect sales taxes on behalf of some out- requires companies like
Monica Democrat, has tried unsuccessfully when banks rushed to approve mortgage of-state sellers. Amazon and eBay to col-
several times to expand rent control, which loans in the mistaken belief the homes The law comes after the U.S. Supreme lect the taxes on behalf
is severely limited by a 1995 law that bans would not lose their value even if the buyers Court ruled last year states can collect sales of those retailers, but
rent control on apartments built after that failed to pay the money back. But home val- taxes from companies even if the company only if they have at least
year and all single family homes. An effort ues plummeted, leading to a worldwide is based outside of the state’s borders. Gavin Newsom $500, 000 of annual
to repeal the law failed at the ballot last financial crisis. After the ruling, existing state law sales in California.
November. Including Thursday’s settlement, Becerra required sellers with at least $100,000 of
Bloom said on Twitter he pulled his bill said California has recovered $1.3 billion
“so we can continue to work toward reason- from banks and other financial institutions Man arrested after allegedly Local brief
able reforms” and “deliver meaningful pro- since 2008.
tections to the millions of California The settlement is a small one for Morgan vandalizing cars, yelling epithets Officers responded and found Hoffman had
renters who are struggling to remain Stanley, a company that earned $2.4 billion A 34-year-old San Diego man was arrested allegedly damaged 10 separate vehicles that
housed.” in profit from a total of $10.3 billion in Tuesday after allegedly vandalizing several had broken windows, damaged wipers and
While Bloom’s bill did not move ahead, a revenues during the first three months of vehicles in Menlo Park, shouting racial epi- dents.
key Assembly committee approved a bill to 2019. thets at a man who intervened and then Officers chased and caught Hoffman, who
put a cap on rent increases. Democratic threatened and struggled against officers was allegedly yelling more racial epithets at
Assemblyman David Chiu’s bill would cap Quarantines at three LA universities who detained him, prosecutors said. an African-American security guard and oth-
allowable annual rent increases at the con- amid US measles outbreak At about 1:15 p. m. Tuesday, Cole ers nearby. He struggled with officers and
sumer price index plus 5%, though he indi- Hoffman was seen vandalizing parked cars
cated that number could change. It’s aimed at LOS ANGELES — More than 200 students told one that he was going to slit the throat
and staff at two Los Angeles universities along Bohannon Drive, located off Marsh of everyone with the same name as the offi-
preventing sharp rent spikes while allow- Road near Highway 101, according to the
ing landlords to make a profit. have been placed under quarantine because cer, prosecutors said.
they may have been exposed to measles and San Mateo County District Attorney’s Hoffman was arraigned Wednesday in
Chiu’s bill would not apply to housing in
either have not been vaccinated or cannot Office. Redwood City, pleading not guilty to
communities that already have more restric-
tive caps or other rent control measures. verify that they are immune, officials said A 34-year-old African-American man came charges of vandalism, criminal threats and
Several Democrats who supported the bill in Thursday. out and saw Hoffman allegedly kick the resisting arrest. The county Private
committee said it needs changes to win their The order issued late Wednesday in con- fender of his car and confronted him, caus- Defender Program was appointed to repre-
approval on the Assembly floor. nection with the University of California, ing Hoffman to allegedly threaten to “slice sent him and he will return to court on May
Los Angeles, and California State and stab” the victim while calling him 7 for a preliminary hearing, prosecutors
Morgan Stanley to pay University, Los Angeles, requires that numerous racial epithets and yelling “white said.
affected people stay home, avoid contact power,” prosecutors said. He remains in custody in lieu of $200,000
$130 million to California pensions with others and notify authorities if they The victim ran away and called police. bail.
SACRAMENTO — One of the world’s develop measles symptoms. Los Angeles
largest investment banks has agreed to put County public health officials issued quar-
$130 million into the nation’s biggest pub- antines of 24 to 48 hours until proof of CITY GOVERNMENT
lic pension system to settle accusations it immunity is established, according to a
statement from UCLA. Some people may • So uth San Franci s co and San Bruno o ffici al s separate-
knowingly sold bad investments that caused
the retirement fund for millions of workers need to be quarantined for up to a week. ly agreed to formally detail their concerns regarding Senate Bi l l
to lose money. “Please be assured that we have the 5 0 , the legislation crafted by state Sen. Sco tt Wi ener, D-San
California Democratic Attorney General resources we need for prevention and treat- Franci s co , to facilitate more housing development throughout
Xavier Becerra announced the settlement ment, and that we are working very closely the state. While officials from each city recognize the need to build
with Morgan Stanley on Thursday. The bank with local public health officials on the more housing to combat the state’s affordable housing crisis, they
will pay $150 million. Of that, $122 mil- matter,” UCLA Chancellor Gene Block in criticized Wiener’s approach which they felt was too broad and
lion will go to the California Public the statement. insensitive to the needs of the local community. Both cities will send a letter illustrat-
ing their reservations with the proposed legislation.
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Inspectors pan state prison
built to boost inmate care
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SACRAMENTO — A flagship California prison medical


facility built to improve the state’s substandard care is itself
providing poor treatment including botched diagnoses and
haphazard distribution of medications, California’s inspec-
tor general reported Thursday.
Corrections Department Inspector General Roy Wesley
on Thursday gave an “inadequate” rating to the California
Health Care Facility in Stockton, south of Sacramento.
The state spent $820 million to build the 6-year-old facil-
ity, which holds about 2,670 inmates needing medical and
mental health care. It most recently had a fatal outbreak of
Legionnaires’ disease. The prison was built to centralize
treatment of sick and mentally ill inmates in part to lower
the high cost of outside treatment, and about four of every
10 inmates at the prison are considered to be at high med-
REUTERS FILE PHOTO ical risk.
Young people in California’s foster system will have access to free cellphones and internet access under a program that Yet inspectors gave the facility failing grades on eight of
supporters say will bridge a digital divide. 10 indicators, largely based on inspections in 2017 and a
follow-up visit in October.

California approves free phones, “The report documents that it had severe problems in pro-
viding adequate care,” said attorney Steve Fama, who repre-
sents ill inmates with the nonprofit Prison Law Office and

internet for youth in foster care toured the facility last week.

Around the nation


By Christopher Weber California-based national nonprofit make the leap into adulthood, she said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS iFoster, is expected to launch within “There’s a huge digital divide. A lot
about eight weeks. It’s an extension of of these young people are completely Giraffes a tentative
LOS ANGELES — Young people in LifeLine, a program run by the utilities disconnected, especially those in rural step closer toward federal protections
California’s foster system will get free commission that provides affordable areas,” Cox said. “The primary pur-
cellphones and internet access under a communications services for low- pose is to get them on the grid.” WASHINGTON — Years after international watchdogs
program approved Thursday that sup- income residents in the state. Angelina Medina, a 20-year-old col- began warning that giraffes are sliding toward a silent
porters say will bridge a digital Serita Cox, iFoster’s CEO, said chil- lege student, said she frequently has extinction, the Trump administration is taking the first ten-
divide. dren in the foster system — and those had to shut off her phone because she tative steps toward protecting the world’s tallest land ani-
The California Public Utilities who age out of it at 21 — are often couldn’t afford to pay the bill. Because mal under the Endangered Species Act.
Commission passed the $22 million much less digitally connected than of that, she’s missed out on part-time The move, which advocates say is long overdue, came
pilot program that will provide smart- their peers. And young adults formerly jobs at fast food restaurants and coffee after legal pressure from environmental groups.
phones to more than 30,000 current in the system face high levels of unem- shops because her only point of con- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Thursday
and former foster youth between ages ployment and homelessness, which is tact was email, said Medina, who has that its initial review has determined there is “substantial
13 and 26. The phones come with an why the program extends to age 26, been in the foster system since age 6. information that listing may be warranted” for giraffes. The
unlimited calling plan, wireless serv- Cox said. “If you don’t have a phone number, finding, to be published in the Federal Register, will begin
ice and mobile hotspot. It will give them crucial access to they don’t even bother trying to con- a more in-depth review and public comment process that
The program, supported by the cell potential employers, government tact you, ” she said of potential could lead to import restrictions on hunting trophies and
carrier Boost Mobile and the benefits and loved ones while they employers. body parts from giraffes, including hides and bones.
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8 Friday • April 26, 2019 NATION/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Trump administration Around the nation


re-evaluating offshore drilling plans that given the court setback, the agency “is
WASHINGTON — The Trump administra- evaluating all of its options.”
tion said Thursday it is re-evaluating its
controversial plan to Biden launches 2020 bid
sharply expand offshore
drilling as it responds to
warning ‘soul’ of America at stake
a court ruling that WASHINGTON — Declaring the “soul of
blocked oil and gas this nation” at stake, former Vice President
development off Alaska Joe Biden pushed into the
and parts of the Atlantic. crowded 2020 presiden-
Governors and law- tial contest Thursday and
makers from both quickly sparked a fierce
Republican- and debate over the direction
Donald Trump of the modern-day
Democratic-led states REUTERS
have strongly opposed the expanded Democratic Party. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin in
drilling. And a federal judge last month ruled Ignoring the political Vladivostok, Russia.
against President Donald Trump’s executive noise in his own party,
order to open the Arctic and parts of the
Atlantic to broader oil and gas develop-
ment, saying Trump had exceeded his
Joe Biden Biden aimed directly at
Donald Trump in an
announcement video seizing on the
Putin says he’ll brief US on
authority.
Interior Secretary David Bernhardt told
Republican president’s response to the
deadly clash between white supremacists
and counter-protesters in Charlottesville,
summit with Kim Jong Un
The Wall Street Journal on Thursday that the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS possibly indicating a proclivity to being
legal challenges may be “discombobulat- Virginia, two years ago. That was the spur swayed toward accommodation with the
ing” to the administration’s overall drilling for him to launch a third presidential bid, VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — President North Korean leader, although that declara-
plans. Bernhardt says the administration Biden said, noting Trump’s comments that Vladimir Putin says he’s willing to share tion came before the Trump-Kim summit in
may have to wait for the challenges to fully there were some “very fine people” on both details with the United States about his sum- Hanoi in February that collapsed over mis-
play out in court. sides of the violent encounter, which left mit on Thursday with Kim Jong Un, poten- matched demands in sanctions relief and dis-
Interior spokeswoman Molly Block said one woman dead. tially raising Russia’s influence in the stale- armament.
mated issue of North Korean denucleariza-
tion. At Thursday’s summit in the Pacific port
The two leaders’ first one-on-one did not city of Vladivostok, about 75 miles (120
indicate major changes in North Korea’s kilometers) from the North Korean border,
position: Putin said Kim is willing to give Kim criticized Washington for taking “uni-
up nuclear weapons, but only if he gets iron- lateral attitude in bad faith” at the Trump-
clad security guarantees. Kim meeting that has caused a diplomatic
However, Putin said Kim urged him to standstill, North Korea’s state-run Korean
explain the nuances of North Korea’s posi- Central News Agency said Friday. Kim told
tion to President Donald Trump. Such an Putin that the situation on the Korean
interlocutor role could be meaningful in Peninsula has reached a “critical point”
light of Trump’s apparent admiration of the where it could return to tensions and that
Russian leader. peace and security will “entirely depend on
Trump has said he “fell in love” with Kim, the U.S. future attitude,” the agency said.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Friday • April 26, 2019 9


Building codes as a means for survival
The Sacramento Bee Other voices lions of homes built before the new
standards existed.
House of Horror
H
ate may be too strong a word. Maybe
“What are we going to do about the loathing. Definitely fear. And sadness. This is

A
fter the apocalyptic Camp existing housing stock that’s been
Take Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park what I was feeling in the Museum of Ice
Fire reduced most of Paradise built in these places?” asked Max
neighborhood, where the Tubbs Fire Cream, pretty much from the get-go until I left. I know
to ashes last November, a Moritz, a wildfire specialist at UC
killed five people and destroyed 1,321 that this was supposed to be a place of fun and joy, but
clear pattern emerged. Santa Barbara interviewed by The
homes in 2017. The neighborhood it really left me feeling fearful for our society and our
Fifty-one percent of the 350 houses Bee. “For the existing housing stock
wasn’t considered a fire hazard zone,
built after 2008 escaped damage, that’s out there, that isn’t built to future. Quite the opposite of the intended feeling, I
unlike some other areas of Santa
according to an analysis by Rosa. The Tubbs Fire proved other- these codes, we have a massive retro- imagine.
McClatchy. Yet only 18 percent of the wise, but Coffey Park still isn’t desig- fitting issue on our hands.” If I feel this way, you may ask why was I there. Like
12,100 houses built before 2008 did. nated as a “very high fire hazard zone” “You’ve got to get in and retrofit,” any good dad, I went because my daughter wanted to. I
What made the difference? Building by Cal Fire. said Gov. Gavin Newsom, citing had read it was this fun and interactive installation by
codes. “City officials are OK with that,” McClatchy’s reporting during a press Union Square that kids love. It would be like visiting a
The homes with the highest sur- according to The Bee. “Although conference at the state’s Office of museum, I thought. After all, it is the Museum of Ice
vival rate appear to have benefited developers rebuilding Coffey Park are Emergency Services operations cen-
from “a landmark 2008 building code Cream.
being urged to consider fire-resistant ter.
designed for California’s fire-prone Assembly Bill 38 is a good place to Monetizing art is nothing new. Look at museum gift
materials, city spokeswoman Adriane shops, for instance. But this is a whole new thing. It
regions — requiring fire-resistant Mertens said the city doesn’t see any start. The bill by Democratic
roofs, siding and other safeguards,” Assemblyman Jim Wood of Santa not only monetizes art, it
reason to impose the 7A code in the
according to a story by The neighborhood.” Rosa would provide $1 billion in loan also draws at people’s need
Sacramento Bee’s Dale Kasler and Mertens suggested high winds on funds to help homeowners retrofit to share conjured oddities on
Phillip Reese. the night of the fire meant officials their properties. It’s not enough social media. In fact, I might
When it comes to defending have no reason to require fire-safe money to retrofit every home, but it’s argue that this place is really
California’s homes against the threat construction as Coffey Park is rebuilt. a start and that can raise public aware- a museum for social media
of wildfires, regulation is protection. One fire scientist called Santa Rosa’s ness of the dire need for fire-safe retro- and pretty much everyone
The fire-safe building code, known as stance “an error in judgment.” fits in hazard zones. there was working on their
the 7A code, worked as intended. Folsom also appears to have its The state fire marshal is currently
selfie A game.
Homes constructed in compliance head in the sand with regards to fire developing a list of low-cost fire
with the 2008 standards were built to retrofits that the state plans to pro- First of all, this place
risk. It’s allowing the Folsom Ranch
survive. mote once it’s finalized in 2020. requires a $30 ticket, is wall-
development to be built without
As many as 3 million homes stand adherence to the fire-safe code. The In addition, Cal Fire is revising its to-wall pink and sprinkles,
in what the state calls “very high fire parcel of land south of Highway 50 fire zone maps, and the “very high fire begins with a slide down
hazard severity zones,” according to was formerly managed by Cal Fire and hazard” zones will surely spread over into a room where someone
Cal Fire. These areas, where the cli- designated as a moderate fire risk a larger portion of the state. This time dressed in pink hands you an
mate and the presence of combustible zone, which would trigger the fire-safe around, local officials won’t be able ice cream sandwich then
foliage can lead to tinderbox condi- building requirements. Once Folsom to opt out of the requirements, as they allows visitors to go from room to room interacting
tions, are destined to burn. The data annexed the land for the new develop- can under current law. with weird things like a wall of magnet letters or fake
on which homes survived the Camp ment, the city decided to opt out of A series of recent “atmospheric hands you can high-five. The last room has a fake pool
Fire should be a call to action for the 7A code because the area was river” storms made fire season seem
filled with fake plastic sprinkles and visitors can frolic
every city in the danger zones. never considered a “very high” fire like a bad memory. But it’s all too
Unfortunately, short-term thinking easy for most Californians to forget at will while taking selfies or having someone else
hazard zone.
can triumph over common sense. The city will require “vegetation that these rains feed the growth of take their photo. And some people were working their
Cities facing severe fire risks can management” plans and fire-resistant vegetation that turns into kindling. selfies for days, it seems.
avoid compliance with the fire-resist- fencing. But they may eventually put Thanks to McClatchy’s analysis, Contrived and odd, it is a hot bed of narcissism. What
ant building codes, or choose to avoid 25,000 people into non-fire-safe we now know fire-safe building codes was seemingly supposed to be happy and fun was actu-
their obvious advantages, despite the housing in an area Cal Fire knows has can mean the difference between sur- ally quite strange in that it invoked this base response
fact that “a new home built to wild- a higher risk of burning. vival and destruction. When the next of simply trying to capture images of “fun” to share
fire-resistant codes can be constructed Getting officials and developers to big incinerating fire barrels down on a with others rather than actually having fun. There was
for roughly the same cost as a typical follow the fire-safe code in increased city full of ready-to-burn homes in the some natural frivolity, mainly from children, but the
home,” according to a report by risk zones is hard. But the even big- hazard zone, we can’t claim we didn’t adults were feigning their grins and their cool looks
Headwaters Economics. ger problem is how to retrofit the mil- know better.
while trying to get just the right angle. I know it can
be quite some work to make something appear to be
Letter to the editor weightless fun but what I got from this was a severe
commentary on our society and our collective goals.
How, in 2019, is it “lawful” for offi- getting away with the murder of black In the midst of this saccharine fluff were people out-
DA’s decision on cers to kill a man for simply resisting individuals the same way they did a side in true pain sitting homeless on the streets. There
Chinedu Okobi’s death arrest? Mr. Okobi demonstrated no hundred years ago. reasons for their being there are many and largely
Editor, sign of aggression toward the officers If Chinedu Okobi’s murder was law- understood only by themselves. While the streets just
I am greatly disturbed by District until after being hit by a Taser seven ful, then our laws need to change. It is outside of the museum are kept clear of such people,
Attorney Wagstaffe’s early-March times. Penal Code 196 and San Mateo time to ensure that our laws protect one doesn’t have to look too far to find them. This is a
decision that the use of force by five County sheriff use of force policies and serve all Californians. With true societal problem that takes effort to solve. This
San Mateo County sheriff deputies in should have protected this man from California AB 392, a bill that problem is worthy of our time and attention.
the October 2018 Taser death of death at the hands of law enforcement restricts when police can use deadly Not this contrived Museum of Ice Cream. It is with
Chinedu Okobi “was lawful pursuant officers. But they did not. force, we can do just that. I encourage
all readers to contact your any place of excess or fake joy and superficial escape,
to the provisions of the California I have written letters to Wagstaffe
that have not been answered. I have Assemblymember in support of AB there is usually a large amount of pain either behind it
Penal Code 196.”
The video released on the district attended public and private meetings 392. all or nearby. To see it juxtaposed so clearly was jar-
attorney’s website shows a man who with the San Mateo County Board of ring. Clearly.
was stopped for jaywalking in Supervisors. I have read California There are things we do for our children, and often it’s
Millbrae and died after being hit by a law and San Mateo County Sheriff Kelly Underwood Rozmus harmless fun and the stuff of imagination. I’m game for
Taser seven times by law enforcement Use of Force Policies. What I have San Bruno that. After all, I’ve been to Children’s Fairyland count-
officers when he attempted to flee. learned is that people in power are less times and have seen children use it to accentuate
their natural state of play. I’ve even joined in to take
OUR MISSION: part in my child’s play. But this Museum of Ice Cream
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most is not the stuff of imagination — it is fake balderdash.
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10 Friday • April 26, 2019 BUSINESS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Stocks drop, weighed down by industrials


By Alex Veiga
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS
High: 26,536.48
U.S. stock indexes finished mostly lower Low: 26,310.28
Thursday as disappointing earnings reports
Close: 26,462.08
from several industrial sector companies
weighed on the market, offsetting strong Change: -134.97
results from Facebook, Microsoft and oth-
ers. OTHER INDEXES
3M, which makes Post-it notes and many S&P 500: 2926.17 -1.08
other products, plunged 12.9% in heavy NYSE Index: 12,912.96 -38.67
trading after announcing weak results and a
restructuring program. It was the biggest Nasdaq: 8118.68 +16.67
loss for the company since the market crash NYSE MKT: 2591.80 -10.77
of October 1987. Russell 2000: 1575.61 -12.52
The loss for 3M pulled the Dow Jones
Industrial Average into the red. The S&P 500 Wilshire 5000: 30,208.63 -38.67
finished slightly lower, holding close to
the record high it set on Tuesday. 10-Yr Bond: 2.53 +0.01
Facebook and Microsoft both rose after Oil (per barrel): 64.98 -0.91
reporting strong earnings. That helped the Gold : 1,279.30 -0.10
Nasdaq eke out a small gain.
The indexes’ mixed finish gave the bench-
mark S&P 500 index its second modest loss
in as many days. The market remains on 3M, the Dow would have been 58 points Federal Reserve has said that it is halting its also in the industrial sector, dropped 4.4%.
track for solid gains this month. higher. plan to raise interest rates, at least tem- It reported stronger profit for the latest quar-
Traders have grown more optimistic that The Nasdaq composite rose 16.67 points, porarily. ter than expected, but analysts noted some
most companies will continue to deliver or 0.2%, to 8,118.68. Industrial stocks were on the losing side mixed results for its profit margins.
strong growth this year, despite some signs Small-company stocks fared worse than Thursday after 3M reported lower revenue All told, the companies helped drag indus-
that point to a slowing global economy. the rest of the market. The Russell 2000 and profit for the first three months of the trial stocks down 2%, the steepest loss by
“Earnings are flowing, and we’re going to index gave up 12.52 points, or 0.8%, to year than Wall Street expected. It also far among the 11 sectors that make up the
see a positive earnings season,” said Karyn 1,575.61. slashed its profit forecast for the full year. S&P 500.
Cavanaugh, senior markets strategist, Voya Major European indexes finished lower. United Parcel Service said its net income Altria Group slid 6% after the nation’s
Investment Management. If (the market) Bond prices fell. The yield on the 10 year fell 17% on nearly flat revenue, and Illinois largest cigarette maker reported weak first
keeps going up, up, up, then that kind of Treasury note rose to 2.53% from 2.52% Tool Works had weaker revenue than ana- quarter results on lower sales and a hefty
makes you a little skeptical. The fact that late Wednesday. lysts forecast. Rockwell Automation said investment in cannabis company Cronos.
investors are being a little bit more selec- Earnings reporting season is more than a that automotive related sales were less than Other companies turned in quarterly report
tive, that’s a good sign.” third of the way in, and investors are search- it expected last quarter. cards that blew past expectations.
The S&P 500 slipped 1.08 points, or less ing for clues about whether profit growth UPS lost 8.1%, Illinois Tool Works fell Facebook surged 5.8% after the social
than 0.1%, to 2,926.17. The Dow Jones can accelerate later this year following a 3.6% and Rockwell Automation sank 6.7% media giant reported a 26% jump in quarter-
Industrial average lost 134.97 points, or weak first quarter. The stock market has had following their earnings reports. ly revenue. That helped lift the communica-
0.5%, to 26,462.08. Without the loss from a furious rally this year, largely because the Raytheon, a defense contractor that is tions sector by 1.1%.

Walmart experiments with AI to monitor stores in real time


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS experimenting with digitizing its physical the store in real time so workers can quick- Walmart’s deep dive into artificial intel-
stores to manage them more efficiently, ly replenish products or fix other prob- ligence in its physical store comes as
LEVITTOWN, N.Y. — Who’s minding the keep costs under control and make the lems. Amazon raised the stakes in the grocery
store? In the not-too-distant future it could shopping experience more pleasant. On The technology, shown first to the business with its purchase of Whole Foods
be cameras and sensors that can tell almost Thursday, the retail giant officially opens Associated Press, will also be able to spot Market nearly two years ago.
instantly when bruised bananas need to be its Intelligent Retail Lab inside a 50,000- spills, track when shelves need to be That’s put more pressure on Walmart and
swapped for fresh ones and more cash reg- square-foot Neighborhood Market grocery restocked and know when shopping carts other traditional retailers like Kroger and
isters need to open before lines get too store on Long Island. are running low. Cameras, for example, can Albertsons to pour money into technology
long. Thousands of cameras suspended from determine how ripe bananas are from their in their stores. At the same time, they’re
Walmart, which faces fierce competition the ceiling, combined with other technolo- color, and workers will get an alert on their trying to keep food prices down and man-
from Amazon and other online retailers, is gy like sensors on shelves, will monitor phone if they need to be replaced. age expenses.

Shutterfly reported Alison Nathan to extend their deadline for million in the period.
Business briefs presenting the court with an “agreement in California Water Service Group shares
a loss of $83.6M in 1Q The company expects full-year earnings to principle” until April 30, noting that the have climbed roughly 5 percent since the
REDWOOD CITY — Shutterfly Inc. on be 61 cents to $1.11 per share, with revenue talks continue to be productive. beginning of the year. The stock has
Thursday reported a loss of $83.6 million in ranging from $2.13 billion to $2.21 billion. The SEC had wanted Nathan to find Musk increased 25 percent in the last 12 months.
its first quarter. Shutterfly shares have increased roughly 5 in contempt of court for violating a settle-
The Redwood City-based company said it percent since the beginning of the year. In ment that requires his tweets to be approved Southwest CEO ‘not happy’
had a loss of $2.47 per share. Losses, adjust- the final minutes of trading on Thursday, by a lawyer if they disclose important com- about Max crisis but backs Boeing
ed for one-time gains and costs, were $2.44 shares hit $42.21, a decrease of 49 percent in pany facts.
the last 12 months. Nathan ordered the two sides to meet and DALLAS — Southwest Airlines executives
per share.
work out their differences. acknowledge they are upset with Boeing over
The results exceeded Wall Street expecta- the grounding of its 737 Max jetliner, a
tions. The average estimate of four analysts Musk still working on pact
surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was with SEC to avoid contempt ruling California Water Service Group move that has caused the airline to cancel
thousands of flights.
for a loss of $2.53 per share. SAN FRANCISCO — Elon Musk and U.S.
reported a loss of $7.6M in 1Q But they are still standing by the embattled
The online photo company posted revenue securities regulators say they are still trying SAN JOSE — California Water Service aircraft maker and deny interest in buying
of $324.7 million in the period, which also to work out an agreement that would avoid Group Holding on Thursday reported a loss of planes from its rival, Airbus.
beat Street forecasts. Four analysts surveyed the Tesla CEO being held in contempt of $7.6 million in its first quarter. Southwest has 34 Max jets — more than
by Zacks expected $323.1 million. court over his tweets. The San Jose-based company said it had a any other carrier — and has run up extra costs
For the current quarter ending in July, In a filing late Thursday, Musk and a coun- loss of 16 cents per share. and lost revenue since they were grounded
Shutterfly said it expects revenue in the sel for the Securities and Exchange The results missed Wall Street expecta- last month after two deadly crashes. It is not
range of $469 million to $479 million. Commission asked U.S. District Judge tions. The average estimate of three analysts clear when the planes will fly again.
surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was “We are not happy with this situation.
for earnings of 5 cents per share. Who would be?” Southwest Chairman and
The water utility posted revenue of $126.1 CEO Gary Kelly told reporters Thursday.
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to host Colorado in second round
Friday • April 26, 2019

CSM takes title with gritty win


By Nathan Mollat “This game epitomizes what this group has done the last
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF half of the season,” CSM manager Doug Williams said. “To
rip off 10 straight, it’s such a great accomplishment.
[Mission] ripped us down there (at the beginning of the
A little less than a month ago, the College of San Mateo
month). After that, we turned the corner.”
baseball team was scuffling, having dropped four of five.
Everything that was on the line Thursday for CSM (16-4
A 19-4 loss to Mission College April 2 was the low point conference, 27-11 overall), however, seemed destined to
— but it also happened be the turning point for the come crashing down early. Mission (14-6, 27-10) got to
Bulldogs’ season. CSM starter Jamie Kruger early, as the sophomore out of
Fast forward three weeks and San Mateo was hosting Woodside loaded the bases in the second inning with one
Mission with the Coast Golden Gate Conference title on the out, ending the sophomore’s day.
line — along with the top seed out of the conference for the Williams then turned to his normal Thursday starter, Sean
upcoming postseason. Prozell, to keep the Bulldogs in the game. While Prozell did
Down 4-0 early, the Bulldogs rallied over the second half allow all three inherited runners to score, the sophomore
of the game. They scored a combined nine runs in the sixth out of Carlmont went on to pitch 7 2/3 innings of gritty
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL and seventh innings to pull out an 11-8 win, their 10th relief to earn the victory, the second relief appearance of his
CSM pitcher Sean Prozell came out of the bullpen to pitch 7 straight. The victory also secured the outright division title CSM career.
2/3 innings of relief to earn the win as the Bulldogs clinched as well as a home playoff series when the postseason
the outright Coast Golden Gate Conference championship. begins next weekend. See CSM, Page 14

M-A rules PAL tourney


By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

It was wall-to-wall maroon and gold atop


the PAL tennis podium.
Menlo-Atherton entered this week’s
Peninsula Athletic League individual boys’
championships as the favorites in each the
singles and doubles tournament, and under-
standably so. As a team, the Bears recently
finished off their 11th straight undefeated TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
run through dual-meet play en route to Starting pitcher Nate Rumb took a pivotal loss
another PAL Bay Division championship. in Thursday’s matchup with Hartnell.
Still, memories were fresh from last year
when that didn’t translate to the PAL indi-
vidual tournament.
“I think it was more we just wanted
redemption,” said Zach Ostrow, one half of
Trojans facing
M-A’s No. 1-seeded doubles team. “And we
just wanted to finish it off like we couldn’t
last year.”
elimination in
Ostrow and his sophomore doubles part-
ner Maksim Lukic indeed redeemed last
year’s semifinal loss to Woodside, taking
the 2019 PAL doubles championship with a
season finale
By Terry Bernal
6-0, 6-4 win over the No. 2 seed, DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Carlmont’s Daniel Arakaki and Chris Cho
Thursday afternoon at Burlingame High
School. With one regular-season game remaining
There was far less drama as to what school on the community college baseball sched-
would win the PAL singles title as the fea- ule, the Skyline Trojans need a “W” and a
tured court saw two M-A standouts going little luck in order to reach the postseason.
head to head. No. 1-seed Tim Berthier rallied The Trojans (9-8 Coast Pacific, 21-17
past teammate Jake Andrew, the No. 3 seed, overall) needed to sweep this week’s three-
6-1, 6-3. game series from Hartnell in order to control
“There’s a lot of maroon and gold in the their own destiny. That didn’t happen
finals, which we like, ” M-A co-coach though, with Skyline falling to the Panthers
Carlos Aguilar said. 7-3 Thursday afternoon at Trojan Diamond.
Berthier enjoyed some redemption in his Skyline now travels to Gilroy Friday to
own right. The senior was playing in his close out the regular season at Hartnell (8-9,
fourth PAL tournament, and already had a 17-20). The Trojans are now in third place
title to his credit, albeit as a doubles player, in the Coast Pacific Conference, one game
which he won as a freshman in 2016. He has behind second-place Cabrillo. Only the top
played in the singles tournament since his two teams in the conference standings are
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL guaranteed playoff bids, and Cabrillo would
M-A’s No. 1 singles player Tim Berthier hits a return during his straight-set win over
See TENNIS, Page 15 teammate Jake Andrew to capture his first PAL singles tournament championship. See SKYLINE, Page 16

49ers hoping Bosa boosts anemic pass rush


By Michael Wagaman and finished 23rd in the in our ability to do that.” Bosa, whose brother is Chargers star Joey
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NFL last season. INSIDE Ford is coming off the Bosa, believes the quality of San
“It’s something that
Raiders draft first Pro Bowl season of Francisco’s line will make it easier for him
(coach Kyle Shanahan)
SANTA CLARA — San Francisco 49ers defensive end his career and is penciled to blend in.
and I had as a priority
general manager John Lynch pulled off a with 4th pick in to start on the right “It’s unbelievable just to be on a team that
when we got here, ” side of San Francisco’s really shouldn’t have been this high in the
surprise when he orchestrated a trade for Pro Lynch said. “Two of the See page 17 defensive line while Bosa
Bowl defensive end Dee Ford in March. draft with all the talent that they have,”
first things we talked is projected to start on Bosa said. “And then they add Dee Ford,
Lynch’s decision to take Ohio State’s Nick about is finding our quar- the left.
Bosa with the second overall pick in the which makes this D-line scary. It’s pretty
Nick Bosa terback and finding the It marks the fourth time in five years that impossible to double-team any of us
draft Thursday was anticipated. guys to knock them the 49ers took a defensive lineman with because then you’re single-teaming one of
The two moves give the 49ers a pair of down. Both in quality and quantity we have their first-round pick, all in hopes of us. It’s going to be fun.”
bookend edge rushers who should immedi- improved drastically in that respect. Now improving a pass rush that has been
ately help a defense that generated 36 sacks we have to go deliver. Nick really helps us mediocre for several seasons. See 49ERS, Page 15
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NBA great John Havlicek dies at 79


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA history.
Warriors at Clippers, Friday, 7 p.m.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

“John Havlicek is one of the most accomplished players Golden State Warriors (57-25, first in the Western
BOSTON — John Havlicek, the Boston Celtics great in Boston Celtics history, and the face of many of the fran- Conference during the regular season) vs. Los Angeles
whose steal of Hal Green’s inbounds pass in the final sec- chise’s signature moments,” the Celtics said in a statement. Clippers (48-34, eighth in the Western Conference during
onds of the 1965 Eastern Conference final against the “He was a champion in every sense, and as we join his fam- the regular season)
Philadelphia 76ers remains one of the most famous plays in ily, friends, and fans in mourning his loss, we are thankful Los Angeles; Friday,7 p.m.
NBA history, has died. He was 79. for all the joy and inspiration he brought to us.” Wes tern Co nference fi rs t ro und: Golden State
leads series 3-2
The Celtics said the Hall of Famer died Thursday in Nicknamed “Hondo” for his resemblance to John Wayne,
Bo tto m l i ne: The Golden State Warriors visit the Los
Jupiter, Florida. The cause of death wasn’t immediately Havlicek was drafted in the first round in 1962 out of Ohio
Angeles Clippers in the Western Conference first round
available. The Boston Globe said he had Parkinson’s dis- State by a Celtics team stocked with stars Bill Russell, Bob
with a 3-2 lead in the series. The Clippers won the last
ease. Cousy, K. C. Jones, Sam Jones, Tom Sanders, Tom
matchup 129-121. Lou Williams scored 33 points to lead
Gravel-voiced Johnny Most’s radio call of the 1965 steal Heinsohn and Frank Ramsey.
Los Angeles to the victory and Kevin Durant recorded 45
— “Havlicek stole the ball! Havlicek stole the ball!” — Boston won NBA championships in his first six years points in defeat for Golden State.
helped make the play one of the most enduring moments in with the team. The Clippers have gone 26-15 in home games. Los
Angeles ranks seventh in the NBA with 51.2 points in the
row as they swept the Bearcats in PAL Ocean Division
Local sports roundup action.
paint, led by Montrezl Harrell averaging 12.9.
The Warriors are 35-17 in conference matchups. Golden
Both teams scored single runs in the second inning and State leads the Western Conference with 29.4 assists.
THURSDAY the game stayed tied until Sequoia (6-4 PAL Ocean, 9-11 Draymond Green leads the Warriors with 6.9.
overall) scored twice in the top of the seventh. To p perfo rmers : Landry Shamet leads the Clippers
Softball Tommy Ozawa led the offense for San Mateo (4-6, 10-11), with 2.7 made 3-pointers and averages 10.9 points while
San Mateo 8, Half Moon Bay 1 coming up with a pair of hits. Jack Warren was the hard-luck shooting 45 percent from beyond the arc. Williams has
The Bearcats used a six-run third inning to beat the loser as he pitched a complete game, scattering five hits and averaged 19.9 points and collected 3.2 rebounds while
Cougars in a PAL Bay Division matchup. striking out five. shooting 41.0 percent over the last 10 games for Los
Freshman Bethany Shih played a big role in the win for Angeles.
San Mateo (7-3 PAL Bay). She earned the win in the pitch- Boys’ golf Stephen Curry leads the Warriors averaging 27.3 points
er’s circle with four innings of work, allowing one run on Sacred Heart Prep 210, Crystal Springs 246 and has added 5.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game.
four hits. At the plate, she had three hits and drove in a pair The Gators reached the .500 mark in WBAL play with the Durant has averaged 22. 7 points and collected 4. 1
of runs. win over the Gryphons at Palo Alto Hills Golf and Country rebounds while shooting 56.1 percent over the last 10
Jada Walker, Giuliana Selvitella, Monet Scheller and Club. games for Golden State.
Kylia Galea, along with Shih, all drove in runs during the Finn O’Kelley led the way for SHP (4-4 WBAL, 4-5 over- Las t 1 0 g ames : Warriors: 7-3, averaging 120.6
six-run third as the Bearcats finished with 14 hits. all), firing an even-par 36. Matt Flynn carded a 41 and points, 46.3 rebounds, 30.5 assists, 7.6 steals and 6.5
Half Moon Bay falls to 0-9 in Bay Division play. Anikait Bhardwaj a 42 for the Gators. blocks per game while shooting 49.9 percent from the
Crystal Springs (1-7) got a 42 from Jake Gutierrez, 43 field. Their opponents have averaged 112.1 points on
St. Francis 10, Notre Dame-Belmont 0 from Udai Pal and a 45 by William Liang. 45.2 percent shooting.
The Tigers were held to just three hits in a non-league loss Clippers: 4-6, averaging 115.8 points, 41.3 rebounds,
to the Lancers in a game that was ended by the 10-run mercy WEDNESDAY 26.9 assists, 8.2 steals and 3.8 blocks per game while
rule after six innings. shooting 46.8 percent from the field. Their opponents
St. Francis, after scoring a run in the bottom of the first, have averaged 123.9 points on 48.4 percent shooting.
took command of the game with a five-run second. Badminton
Chloe Miller, Ashleigh Dean and Sophia Dinelli each had Crystal Springs 7, Sequoia 7
a hit for NDB (9-5 overall). Helen Ye was dominant for the Gryphons at No. 1 girls’
singles to help her team forge a tie with the Ravens.
Baseball Ye posted a 21-3, 21-4 victory, while teammate Luke
Half Moon Bay 2, Aragon 1, eight innings Shannon captured the No. 1 boys’ singles match, 22-20,
The Cougars completed the two-game sweep of the Dons 21-14. Matthew Mills and Catherine Hu won No. 1 mixed
to pull into a tie atop the Ocean Division standings with doubles for Crystal, 23-21, 21-18.
Aragon and Woodside, which swept Mills this week, includ- Sequoia notched wins at No. 1 boys’ doubles, where Nic
ing a 14-1 decision Thursday. Lozben and Liam Cetto posted a three-set win, 16-21, 21-
Danny Guevara scored the go-ahead run in the top of the 16, 21-16. The Ravens also needed three sets to win at No.
eighth for HMB (7-3 PAL Ocean, 16-5 overall) when he 1 girls’ doubles, where Eolisa Duarte and Lydia Rice won 21-
walked and went to third on a Jack Mettam single. He then 14, 13-21, 21-18.
scampered home on a pitch in the dirt.
HMB took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fifth when David Girls’ lacrosse
Fisher scored from third on an errant pickoff attempt at first
base.
Menlo-Atherton 16, Burlingame 1
Aragon (7-3, 14-5) pushed across the tying run in the bot- The Bears scored 10 first-half goals to cruise to the WBAL
tom of the seventh. win over the Panthers.
Audrey Koren, Theresa McGannon and Sally Norman each
Sequoia 3, San Mateo 1 scored three goals to lead M-A (7-3 WBAL, 9-5 overall).
The Streaking Ravens won for the fifth time in six games Burlingame (0-9, 3-9) is still in search of its first WBAL
win.
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Banged-up Sharks prepare for second round


By Josh Dubow We had a great rest, we had a few practices. KEY MATCHUP stepped in and scored a goal in his debut in
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS We’re hungry to play. We’re ready to go.” Game 3.
The key for the Sharks will be rebounding San Jose’s turnaround in the first round
SAN JOSE — As the San Jose Sharks sur- from the emotions of the past week as they coincided with shutdown defenseman Marc- INJURY REPORT
battled back from 3-1 down in the first Edouard Vlasic’s return from an undisclosed
vived back-to-back overtime games that injury that sidelined him Pavelski isn’t the only Sharks player
left captain Joe Pavelski bloodied and round against Vegas to advance. dealing with injuries. Forward Joonas
for two-plus games. San
dazed, and most of his teammates drained They needed to survive a double-overtime Jose won all four games Donskoi missed Game 7 after taking a hard
emotionally and physically, the Colorado thriller on the road in Game 6 and then an when Vlasic was healthy hit the previous game and didn’t take part in
Avalanche sat back and watched. even more draining clincher. They rallied as he played a big part in team drills Thursday. Forward Melker
Whether that will have an impact when from 3-0 down in the third period by scor- neutralizing Vegas’ Karlsson also didn’t practice and fourth-
the teams meet in the second round starting ing four goals on the power play after potent line of Paul liner Micheal Haley practiced but is still
Friday night in San Jose remains to be seen. Pavelski was knocked out when he crashed Stastny, Mark Stone and banged up after taking a shot to his ankle.
“I’m sure they smell a little blood in the to the ice head first following a hit from Max Pacioretty. He’ll Donskoi, Karlsson and Haley are all game-
water with us going seven games and over- Cody Eakin. have his hands full again time decisions but their potential absences
time,” coach Peter DeBoer said Thursday. San Jose won 5-4 in overtime but will Marc-Edouard this round against could create opportunities for someone like
“I’m sure they’ll be ready to go.” likely be without Pavelski, at least for the Vlasic MacKinnon’s line. Lukas Radil or Dylan Gambrell to get in the
The Avalanche raced past the Western opener. He was at the practice facility “Every time lineup.
Conference’s top team in the regular season Thursday but didn’t practice. He is listed as MacKinnon touched the puck I thought he
by winning the final four games of a five- day to day but DeBoer said he’s unlikely to was going to score or create a scoring
ROLLER COASTER RIDE
game series against Calgary. After getting play Game 1. opportunity,” Sharks defenseman Brenden Sharks goalie Martin Jones struggled
shut out in the opener, Colorado outscored The Sharks hope they can use that Dillon said. early in the series against Vegas, allowing
the Flames 17-7 over the final four games momentum to carry them to a fast start in 11 goals on 54 shots in Games 2 through 4.
thanks in large part to the dynamic duo of the second round. HEALTHY GIRARD He was pulled before the
Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen, “We know there’s going to be energy in The Avalanche may use seven defensemen second period in two of
who combined for eight goals and nine the building tomorrow night, ” forward with the return of Samuel Girard. The 20- those games but DeBoer
assists in those last four games. Logan Couture said. “That’s a given. It may year-old missed the last three games of the stuck with his starter and
Colorado has had six days off and has its not be the same energy that was there the Calgary series with an upper body injury. the move paid off. Jones
own concerns about shaking off any rust end of that Game 7. But they’ll be energized Girard was full go Thursday at practice. posted a .946 save per-
and getting back to playoff intensity. and they’ll give us energy. We went through Girard appeared in all 82 games during the centage over the final
“I think they’re a little bit tired, ” a hard seven-game series. Guys got hurt, a regular season and finished second among three games, including a
Colorado defenseman Nikita Zadorov said. little tired yesterday, a little tired today. Avalanche defensemen with 27 points (four franchise record 58 stops
“They come in on a good mood, came back, We’re looking for that energy from our fans goals, 23 assists). Martin Jones in the double-overtime
crazy game, an emotional game for them. tomorrow night to help us out.” While he was out, rookie Cale Makar win in Game 6.
It’s a new round. It doesn’t matter anymore. Here are some other things to watch:

The Sharks scored four goals on the ensuing Thursday but didn’t take part in practice.
Sharks’ Pavelski unlikely Sharks brief power play and eventually won 5-4 in over-
for Game 1 after scary injury expected to be cleared for Game 1 against time. DeBoer says he is still feeling the effects of
SAN JOSE — San Jose Sharks captain Joe the Avalanche on Friday night. Pavelski was at the practice facility the injury.
Pavelski is unlikely to play Game 1 in the Pavelski got hurt Tuesday in a Game 7 vic-
second round of the playoffs against tory over Vegas when he was cross-checked
Colorado after being knocked out and by Cody Eakin after a faceoff and fell awk-
bloodied in the first-round clincher. wardly, with his helmet slamming on the
Coach Peter DeBoer said Thursday that ice. He was knocked out and bleeding on the
Pavelski is officially day to day but is not ice before being helped to the locker room.
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Zion Williamson referenced at NCAA trial CSM “When you’re in a heavyweight


fight … you have to punch back.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS their way.
The tapes showed several meetings at a Continued from page 11 [Gabrielson’s home run] was a
NEW YORK — The player widely project- Las Vegas hotel where coaches seemingly
ed to be the NBA draft’s top overall pick auditioned for the chance to prove their “That’s always my goal (to finish games).
punch. That got us back in it.”
came up at a college basketball corruption schools had enough top-tier talent. If the I want to take the ball,” Prozell said. “I feel — Doug Williams, CSM manager
trial Thursday as jurors heard a recording of schools were deemed qualified, they would I did my job.”
a Clemson coach who be paid cash to match their best players The Mission offense has made a habit of Bulldogs batted around as they scored five
seemed eager for help with agents and financial advisers who knocking opposing pitchers around during runs on four hits. Cleanup hitter Justin
from an aspiring agent. would follow them to the NBA. games this season and Thursday was no dif- Torres got the party started with a solo
The charismatic Zion Louis Martin Blazer is a financial adviser ferent. The Saints did touch up Prozell for home over the 367-foot sign in the right-
Williamson played one who started cooperating with the govern- five runs on 10 hits, including three home centerfield gap to cut the Mission lead to 4-
year at Duke before enter- ment after pleading guilty to ripping off runs. But he did enough to let the Bulldogs 3. Following a groundout to third, Daniel
ing the draft scheduled for clients for more than $2 million. He offense come alive. Haberern walked and Anthony Flores
June. described the meetings to a jury during his “Doesn’t surprise me in the least, ” blooped a single to right. Following a
His name surfaced as third day on the witness stand. Williams said of Prozell’s outing. “He’s Saints’ pitching change, CSM pinch hitter
video recordings of meet- He said assistant coaches from Creighton, been Steady Eddie for us for two years.” Christian Stapleton walked to load the
Zion Williamson ings with college coach- TCU, USC and Arizona State received cash, CSM No. 9 hitter Cole Gabrielson, a bases. Gabrielson hit a sacrifice fly to right
es were played at the while no cash was given to assistant coach- freshman out of Woodside, led Bulldogs’ to plate Haberern to tie the game at 4-all.
criminal trial of the aspiring agent, es from Louisville, Alabama, Connecticut offense. His two-run home run in the bot- Christian Ontai followed and squibbed a
Christian Dawkins, and an amateur basket- and Texas A&M. tom of the fifth got the Bulldogs on the cue shot off the end of the bat toward second
ball coach, Merl Code, who are charged with Some of the coaches did not get cash board and later added a sacrifice fly and a RBI base. The weird spin on the ball caused the
paying bribes to assistant basketball because “their programs weren’t at that elite single. fielder to misplay it. Ontai legged out the
coaches to help secure NBA-bound players level” and their recruits were not valuable JJ Ota added three RBIs for CSM as well, infield hit, with Flores scoring to give CSM
as customers. enough or certain to go high in the draft, drilling a two-run double in the sixth and its first lead of the game, 5-4.
Prosecutors say the defendants teamed up Blazer said. hitting a sacrifice fly in the seventh. Ota then gave CSM a couple of insurance
with undercover FBI agents and a corrupt “They were kind of pitching us on their Mission took a 3-0 lead in the second runs with a two-run double off the fence in
financial adviser to decide which college services,” Blazer said. “Kind of like they inning on a two-run single from Ryan Gault right field for a 7-5 CSM advantage.
coaches should get money to steer players were pitching us to say: ‘Work with us.”’ and a sacrifice fly from Doug Neubauer. The Mission rallied to tie the score at 7 with
Saints added on a run in the third on the first two runs in the top of the seventh, but CSM
of two Hunter Schilperoort home runs. retook the lead in the bottom of the frame,
The CSM offense, on the other hand, was as they batted around for the second inning
hitting in some bad luck early. The Saints in a row and scored four more times on two
rolled a pair of double plays — one in the hits.
second and the fourth innings — and start-
ing pitcher Schilperoort held the Bulldogs Bulldogs put game away
to just three hits through the first four Facing the Saints’ third reliever of the
innings. game, the Bulldogs used a pair of walks and
a hit batter to load the bases. Alec Ackerman
Bottom of the order kicks off offense then gave the lead back to CSM, driving in
In the bottom of the fifth, CSM got on the a run after being hit by a pitch for an 8-7
scoreboard. Daniel Uchqun, who had 18 at- Bulldogs’ advantage. Pinch hitter Cole
bats on the season coming into the game, Sperling followed with an RBI single to left
singled to lead off the fifth, bringing up before Gabrielson’s bloop into no-man’s
Gabrielson. After taking a first-pitch strike, land in shallow right field to drive in his
Gabrielson drilled a two-run homer over the fourth RBI of the game. Ota rounded out the
fence in left field to ignite the Bulldogs’ scoring with a sacrifice fly for the 11-7
offense. CSM lead.
“You always need something to just get it A Blake Diggle home run, his 11th of the
(the offense) kick-started,” Gabrielson said. season, put the Saints final run on the score-
Said Williams: “When you’re in a heavy- board in the top of the ninth, but Prozell got
weight fight … you have to punch back. a strikeout looking to end the game and
[Gabrielson’s home run] was a punch. That begin the conference-clinching dogpile on
got us back in it.” and around the pitcher’s mound.
Schilperoort finished out the fifth, but “A lot has happened the last two weeks.
was lifted for a reliever to start the sixth and These guys have just clicked,” Williams
the CSM offense teed off. In the sixth, the said. “They just wanted this thing.”
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TENNIS
Continued from page 11
culus class, and were both relieved
Thursday, each confident they’d aced a test
earlier in the day.
“Killed it,” Berthier said. “That’s why I
vidual tournament, opening Tuesday, May
14 at Imperial Courts Tennis Club in Aptos.
Third- and fourth-place finishers are eligi-
ble for at-large bids to the CCS tournament.
played so loose today.” The field of 16 qualifiers in each tourney
sophomore year, finish- And while the 6-1, 6-3 final might not will be announced Sunday.
ing in fourth place in 2017 seem like it, Berthier also pulled off a pret- M-A also prevailed the third-place match
before taking second place ty nice comeback. After cruising through for PAL doubles, with Luke Jensen and
last season, falling to the first set, he got tested in the second Griffin Voss winning 6-4, 6-2 over
Carlmont’s Thomas when Andrew won the first three games. Aragon’s Ilan Leventhal and Richard Tang.
Reznik in the finals. Berthier responded by rattling off six In the singles’ third-place match,
“That was quite a straight wins though to close out the title, Carlmont’s Milad Shafaie defeated Aragon’s
match,” Berthier said. winning when he caught a lazy volley and Daniel Li 6-2, 6-2.
Berthier recalled the knocked it down with an overhand smash. The redemption storyline will continue
“Jake did not play poorly, although he into the CCS tournament for M-A’s Lukic
Maksim Lukic contentious match
will not agree,” Aguilar said. “But Timmy and Ostrow. The two paired in the tourna-
between he and his now-
graduated Carlmont rival. But this time was in the zone. Let’s just say he will defi- ment last year but, after a first-round win,
around, even against his teammate, Berthier nitely be ready for CCS.” were forced to retire in the second round due
didn’t back down from a mean game face. He Andrew, in fact, did not agree. to injury, as Lukic was dealing with lower-
and Andrew didn’t say a word to one another “Today was just not my day,” Andrew said. back issues.
during breaks, despite standing right next “He was playing out of his mind and I was Lukic said he’s feeling 100% this year, as
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL to one another. not at my best, which is not good.” evidenced by his and Ostrow’s three wins in
Zach Ostrow hits a serve as he teams with You wouldn’t know it from their on-court By virtue of advancing to the champi- the PAL tournament, all in straight sets.
Maxsim Lukic to win the PAL doubles demeanor the two of them are actually very onship round, both Berthier and Andrew “I wanted to start strong and end strong,”
championship. close friends. They even take the same cal- advance to the Central Coast Section indi- Lukic said. “I feel much better than last year.”

49ERS
so long. I’m itching to get out there, I real- in the way he plays.” from that, put it in the past, and bring the
ly am.” Shanahan believes his newest rookie can faithful some wins.”
Prior to getting hurt, Bosa had four sacks, do more than just chase after quarterbacks. Lynch said the 49ers spoke with several
Continued from page 11 14 tackles, six tackles for loss and a forced “I see him as a three-down player, ” of Bosa’s teammates and coaches and had
fumble and was in the early Heisman Trophy Shanahan said. “He’s got to come in and do been made aware of the issues on social
conversations. it. His best strength is rushing the passer media.
Bosa had 17 1/2 sacks and 29 tackles for That came on the heels of his spectacular but he can play all three downs and can play
loss in 30 games with the Buckeyes. He sophomore campaign when Bosa had eight in all situations.” “As we do with all of our prospects, we do
played in only three games as a junior sacks, 15 tackles for loss and was the Big background checks and look at their social
Bosa does come with some baggage. He
before suffering a core muscle injury that Ten defensive lineman of the year despite media,” Lynch said. “We choose to think
recently came under scrutiny for comments
required surgery. Although there was specu- starting only four of the 14 games he more about what we’ve heard from people as
he made on Twitter regarding political and
lation Bosa would return to school, he played. to who the person really is. We’re going to
racial subjects. Bosa deleted some of them
announced in mid-October that he would be give him a fresh start and we hope that
“When you’re watching players certain and told ESPN he did so because he might
concentrating on the draft. everybody will.”
things jump out right away. Nick has a end up in San Francisco.
Bosa’s last game was on Sept. 15 when he tremendous first step, he gains a ton of “I love the Bay Area and I’m excited to The 49ers may be tempted to stay on the
had five tackles, a sack and a forced fumble ground,” Lynch said. “A mix of speed and play there,” Bosa said after being drafted. “I defensive side during the second day of the
against TCU. power and then he’s an absolute technician was a little insensitive in some of the draft. San Francisco needs help in the sec-
“I miss it a lot, man,” Bosa said. “You with his hands. He’s not only incredibly tal- things I said. I’ve learned a lot in the past ondary, although it has issues at receiver
don’t realize it until you’re away from it for ented, powerful, fast but he’s very efficient few months. I’m just ready to move forward and with the depth of the offensive line.
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Biggest draft surprise? Three quarterbacks in first 15 picks


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It’s the sixth consecutive draft in which at least two quar- Jones started all 12 of the Blue Devils’ games as a redshirt
terbacks were taken in the first round. freshman in 2016. His production dropped as a sophomore,
Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray going No. 1 over- Defense was the theme of the first round, and few project- and he missed two games last season with a broken clavicle,
all in the NFL draft? No surprise there. ed a quarterback other than Murray would go before the mid- but he still threw for 2,700 yards and 22 touchdowns before
dle of the round. being named MVP of the Senior Bowl.
Duke’s Daniel Jones going No. 6? Big surprise. Three were gone by then. Missouri’s Drew Lock was con- Now Giants coach Pat Shurmur will begin grooming
Five picks after the draft opened Thursday night with the sidered a possible first-round pick but was not selected. Jones to take over for Manning.
Arizona Cardinals selecting Murray, the New York Giants took In Jones, Giants GM Dave Gettleman gets another quarter- Murray, though undersized, would appear a natural fit for the
Jones earlier than most prognosticators expected and ahead of back developed by David Cutcliffe, who was Giants starter Eli wide-open offense new Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury is
generally higher-rated Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State. Manning’s coach at Mississippi, and before that he was bringing from Texas Tech. Murray is the first man drafted in the
Haskins went No. 15 to the Washington Redskins. Peyton Manning’s offensive coordinator at Tennessee. first rounds of both the Major League Baseball and NFL drafts.

whittle his ERA down to 1.96 through a team-best 17 appear-

SKYLINE
Continued from page 11
ances.
“A little fatigued,” Flowers said of his prolonged outing.
“But that was my first time throwing more than an inning or
two for a while.”
Skyline utilized four pitchers on the day, turning to reliever
earn the tiebreaker — having won the season series with Tony Zamagni amid a three-run second. The freshman right-
Skyline — even if the two finish with the same record. hander worked 1 2/3 innings. Michael Altman entered in the
The Trojans’ only hope of reaching the field of 18 playoff fourth, surrendering one run through two innings.
teams from Northern California is via an at-large berth. Rumb looked sharp at the very outset, opening the game
Skyline last advanced to the California Community College with two quick strikes. He then lost a fastball up and away, and
Athletic Association playoffs in 2017. seemed to overcorrect by hitting the left-handed hitting Chase
“We have to win,” Trojans manager Dino Nomicos said. “But Lindemann with the following pitch. Rumb never recovered.
[qualifying for the postseason] is not guaranteed.” “He gets that guy and he’s a different guy pitching,”
After Tuesday’s starter Paulie Ferrari shut down Hartnell in an Nomicos said.
8-2 Skyline win, the Panthers wasted no time getting on the Lindemann moved to second base on a sacrifice bunt then
board Thursday. Hartnell rallied for two runs in the first inning TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL advanced to third on a wild pitch to the backstop. Davin
then knocked out freshman starting pitcher Nate Rumb with a Hartnell base runner David Ortiz, left, dives around the tag Kapuras drove home Lindemann with an infield groundout.
three-run second. The right-hander worked 1 1/3 innings, his of Skyline catcher Matt Leong to score in the second inning. Then Travis Madison drilled a solo home run to right to put
shortest start of the year. Hartnell up 2-0.
Kaleb Keelan reached on a catcher’s interference.
In the ninth inning, the Skyline bats looked poised to get
Andrew Roy followed with a sacrifice fly to make it 7-3. But In the second, Hartnell’s David Ortiz sparked the offense
their starting pitcher off the hook. Trailing 7-2 heading into
with one out, Noah Marcelo and Anthony Masetti each ground- with a one-out single. Ortiz then advanced two bases on a wild
the final frame, the Trojans rallied to load the bases. Kasi
ed out to end the game. pitch. After a walk to JJ Rodriguez, Isaiah Bueno topped a ball
Pohahau led off with a double, Mitchell Plane singled and
“[Masetti] has been good,” Nomicos said. “He’s been clutch in front of the mound, but the throw home saw Ortiz slide
for us, very clutch. … You’ve just got to tip your hat. Now around the tag to put the Panthers up 3-0, ending Rumb’s day.
we’ve got to go out [Friday], get a win and leave it in the (seed- “He was mad,” Nomicos said. “He wasn’t mad I was taking
ing) committee’s hands.” him out. You could tell he was disappointed in his outing, no
Skyline left-hander Derek Flowers kept the game from get- question.”
ting out of hand, closing out the day with four innings of relief Skyline totaled 12 hits but stranded nine base runners while
work. The sophomore got touched for one unearned run on four hitting into two double plays.
hits. It marked his longest outing of the season, and saw him “We couldn’t get some key hits,” Nomicos said.

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Raiders draft unheralded FRIDAY


Baseball
WHAT’S ON TAP
Carlmont at Burlingame, Capuchino at Menlo School, Terra Nova at Sacred Heart
Prep, 4 p.m.

DE Ferrell out of Clemson


Softball
Terra Nova at Mills, South City at Sequoia, 4 p.m.
Track and field
PAL trials at Menlo-Atherton, 4 p.m.
Boys’ volleyball
The Raiders became the fifth team this century to make Sequoia at Carlmont, 6 p.m.
By Josh Dubow
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS three first-round picks in the same draft. Girls’ lacrosse
Ferrell called himself an “NFL historian” and pointed out Woodside at Sequoia, Woodside Priory at Sacred Heart Cathedral, Carlmont at
Harker, 4 p.m.
ALAMEDA — Mike Mayock pulled off a bit of a shocker past great defensive linemen in Raiders history like Hall of
with his first pick as an NFL general manager that even sur- Famers Howie Long and Ted Hendricks. He also said he mod- Boys’ lacrosse
Piedmont at Menlo School, Urban-SF at Serra, 4 p.m.
prised the player he selected. els his game on the field on Aldon Smith, who played briefly
The Oakland Raiders used the fourth pick in the draft on with the Raiders before off-field issues derailed his career. College baseball
The Raiders’ most glaring need was at edge rusher after Skyline at Hartnell-Salinas, 2:30 p.m.
Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell on
Thursday night, passing up other pass trading Mack last year to Chicago for a package that includ- SATURDAY
rushers rated higher by analysts in the ed two first-round picks. Oakland finished last in the NFL Swimming
PAL championships
team’s quest to find a replacement for with 13 sacks in 2019, 17 fewer than the next worst team. Bay Division at Menlo-Atherton, 1 p.m.
Khalil Mack. Their 95 total pressures, according to SportRadar, also Ocean Division at Oceana, 1 p.m.
ranked last — 29 fewer than 31st place Tampa Bay. WBAL championships at Sacred Heart Prep, 9 a.m.
Ferrell said he knew the Raiders liked
him but didn’t know if they would use the Ferrell had 11 1/2 sacks last season for the national cham- Baseball
first of three first-round selections to take pion Tigers and finished with 27 sacks in 84 career games. Petaluma at Serra, 11 a.m.
him. Many analysts had players like He also had 59 quarterback pressures, according to Sports Boys’ lacrosse
Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen and Info Solutions. Monte Vista-Danville at Sacred Heart Prep, 11 a.m.
Clelin Ferrell Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver rated Oakland has been busy this offseason, adding receivers College baseball
higher than Ferrell but Mayock and Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams, tackle Trent Brown and Cañada at Cabrillo-Aptos, 1 p.m.
coach Jon Gruden went a different direction. several potential starters in the back seven on defense. But
“I’d be lying to you if I said I wasn’t surprised,” Ferrell they have little in place at edge rusher with Arden Key and
said. “This was a really, really long process for me. I don’t Benson Mayowa the top players currently on the roster.
pay attention to the mock drafts. Those things are stupid. Key had just one sack as a rookie, while Mayowa has 13
Just talking to my agent, we didn’t know what to expect sacks in 72 career games.
going in. But me personally, I always felt like I was going Jacobs was the first running back or receiver taken in the
to be a Raider. I had such a good relationship and good meet- draft despite being only a part-time player in college at
ings with the Raiders. It was just a great process.” Alabama. He had double-digit carries just seven times in his
The Raiders then used the 24th overall pick acquired in the career and ran for 100 yards only once as he shared time with
deal that sent Mack to Chicago to take Alabama running Damien Harris and Najee Harris.
back Josh Jacobs to replace Marshawn Lynch, who isn’t Jacobs finished his career with 251 carries for 1,491 yards
expected to return this season. Oakland then took (5.9 per carry) and had 48 catches for 571 yards. He joins a
Mississippi State safety Jonathan Abram with the 27th backfield with Isaiah Crowell, Jalen Richard, DeAndre
pick acquired from Dallas for receiver Amari Cooper. Washington and Chris Warren III.

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interchange project, which aims to recon- “On your retail level, there doesn’t seem

PLAZA
Continued from page 1
figure the roads and create new turn lanes
and bike paths. That project is in the design
phase and slated to begin in late 2020 or
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to be a lot of differentiation between the
spaces. It’s rather all monolithic in look
and that’s really not the best for retail to be
early 2021 if funding is secured. successful,” she said. “I’d really like to see
The development proposal was initially you possibly mix it up a little bit, maybe
income while a “very low” income person submitted in 2015 and has evolved signifi- “I’m generally in support of this project. some different colors or planters or just
makes $51,350 a year and “low” income is cantly since then due to community feed- I think that it is from a cost benefit per- something so that you have the interest of
$82,200 a year. back. Residents requested the child care spective, which is how I’m seeing the real the walking public. If a retail frontage
Developer Sobrato is also proposing facility and increased open space, for exam- nature of this project, one that the benefits doesn’t change within an average of 25
460,000 square feet of office space, 26,000 ple, and Sobrato incorporated those clearly outweigh the costs, ” said feet, you lose the interest of your pedestri-
square feet of retail, a 10,000-square-foot requests into the latest plans — one of Commissioner Michael Smith. “The hous- ans so it’s really important to have that
child care facility with an outdoor play many reasons commissioners celebrated ing, specifically the apportionment of change.”
area, plus shared underground parking. the project. deeply affordable housing, is extremely Members of the public who spoke at the
There will also be 1.6 acres of publicly “The process sounds like it has resulted compelling and shouldn’t be lost on any- meeting also celebrated the project, includ-
accessible open space with a dog park, in a fairly exemplary project, which I think one on the dais.” ing resident Kris Johnson, though he said
water feature and other amenities at the cen- is important for setting high standards for The benefit of the development’s afford- the loss of a grocery store currently located
ter of the project site between the residen- other projects and expectations to either able housing was not lost on Smith’s col- in the strip mall is a “big deal” for the
tial and office buildings. The environmen- meet or exceed,” said Commissioner Bill leagues, including Commissioner Rick neighborhood. He also pushed back against
tal impact report estimates 1,720 workers Shoe. Hunter, who also celebrated the “deeply the idea that “Broadway Plaza” is a transit-
and that the child care facility could support While the subject hardly came up during needed” child care component as well as the oriented development, as was suggested by
100 to 125 children. the meeting, traffic impacts associated with shared parking arrangement, which allowed others during the meeting.
A CVS/pharmacy at the corner of the project have been of concern among for the reduction of 270 parking spaces. “This project area is poorly served by
Chestnut Street and Bay Road will relocate councilmembers and residents in the past. “This is as good a project as I could’ve SamTrans and is a mile from Caltrain so it’s
to the corner of Woodside and Bay roads to The development will generate 3,777 daily asked for,” Hunter said. a bit of a stretch to refer to this as transit
make way for the affordable housing build- car trips and traffic impacts cannot be Despite the commission’s effusive praise oriented development,” he said.
ing, which, along with the other residential avoided at four intersections as well as seg- for the development, they did suggest a Commissioners also shared several aes-
buildings, will be constructed before the ments of Highway 101, according to the handful of tweaks. thetic gripes with the project and the appli-
offices. EIR. Commissioner Nancy Radcliffe, who used cant appeared amenable to making addi-
Sobrato has also agreed to donate 13,500 But commissioners felt the benefits of to own a retail business downtown, said the tional changes before the City Council
square feet of land for the Woodside/101 the project overshadow those downsides. development’s retail frontage lacks variety. reviews the project at a meeting May 20.
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‘Endgame’ concludes
not one, but 22 movies
By Jerry Lee Something to make us all make it snappy.” Traffic, plays over the Marvel
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF happy. A song that perfectly encap- Studios intro screen at the
Do anything, take us out of sulates the long journey of the onset of “Avengers:
“Dear Mr. Fantasy, play us a this gloom, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Endgame.”
tune, Sing a song, play guitar, “Dear Mr. Fantasy,” by See ENDGAME, Page 20
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Avengers get epic send-off at ‘Endgame’ premiere


By Lindsey Bahr cameo in “Thor: Ragnarok. ” Luke
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hemsworth, Liam Hemsworth and Miley
Cyrus also came out to see the film and sup-
port their family.
LOS ANGELES — There were more than a
Although official reviews won’t be out
few sniffles from the audience at the pre-
until Tuesday afternoon, initial reactions
miere of “Avengers: Endgame” Monday
from press and insiders at the premiere
night in Los Angeles, which Chris Evans
were largely positive with the words “epic”
and Chris Hemsworth proudly admitted
and “emotional” being tossed out by many.
contributing to.
Letitia Wright, who plays Shuri in “Black
“I don’t know about you, but I cried like Panther,” tweeted “Wow, I feel like crying
six times,” Evans said standing alongside ... it was amazing!!”
dozens of his Marvel Cinematic Universe The New York Times’ Dave Itzkoff wrote
co-stars like Scarlett Johansson, Brie that he was, “Not prepared for the range of
Larson and Robert Downey Jr. after the emotions that #Endgame put me through,
first public screening of the film. from utter despair to pure elation.”
Hemsworth chimed in too: “I cried more Entertainment Weekly’s Anthony
than six times, Chris.” Breznican added: “Epic is the word. Epic
It was an emotional affair for many as multiplied by a decade of emotion, excite-
REUTERS
“Avengers: Endgame, ” which opens ment and investment. This is the payoff. It
nationwide Thursday, closes the book on Director Antony Russo, from left, Producer Kevin Feige and Director Joe Russo pose on the red left me with a full heart.”
the first 11 years and 22 films of the MCU, carpet at the world premiere of the film ‘The Avengers: Endgame.’
And People Magazine’s Kara Warner said
and ends the year-long cliffhanger of Center and constructing a 2, 000-seat he called, “our own superhero.” to “see it as soon as you can and go in as
“Avengers: Infinity War,” in which half of movie theater, including a large format The event was a who’s who of Marvel and blind as possible.”
humanity turned to dust. And, as screen and Dolby sound, inside. Hollywood, with actors and directors from The film has been kept under wraps until
Hemsworth reminded on the purple carpet, Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger MCU films past and present turning out to the very last minute in the hopes of allow-
“this grouping may never happen again.” kicked off the evening with a special see the film, including the likes of Natalie ing general audiences to go into it spoiler
Marvel and Walt Disney Co. held the pre- thanks to two people — Downey, “the per- Portman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bradley free. Even still, some spoiler-y footage
miere in a fittingly massive setting, tak- son who really helped to start it all,” and Cooper, Jon Favreau and even Matt leaked on social media last week before
ing over the Los Angeles Convention Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, who Damon, who some may remember had a being taken down.

pathos to remind us of what we have been but also the equally satisfying end of the ing of “Infinity War” would be a prerequisite.

ENDGAME
Continued from page 19
gifted and that it’s coming to an end, espe-
cially in the next stanza.
“You are the one who can make us all
entire storyline.
Considering the bureaucracy, politics and
egos throughout Hollywood, the qualita-
I get it that many people dismiss these
movies as shallow. It’s hard to get past the
spandex, the CGI and likely, the CGI span-
laugh, tive success that has occurred under his dex. They argue that profundity is generated
But doing that you break out in tears. watch is mind-boggling, not to mention through manipulation rather than art. They
There’s a pun at the end of the first stan- the revenue it has generated (nearly $19 bemoan that the cinema and television
za, “snappy” alluding to Thanos’ infamous Please don’t be sad if it was a straight
mind you had; billion worldwide in ticket sales worldwide have been hijacked by this stuff, only
snap that cliff-hangered the previous since Iron Man came out May 2, 2008). slightly less vapid than a Kardashian tweet.
Avengers installment, “Infinity War.” We wouldn’t have known you all these
years.” All the standard Marvel Cinematic That may be the case, but right now, like
On a deeper level, it’s a summation of the Universe attributes are present in it or not, we are at peak geek culture, and
wondrous output that the folks at Marvel Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has “Endgame”: Comic book action, quip-filled Marvel Studios has played a major role in
Studios (standing on the shoulders of the led this audacious variety show containing humor, high stakes gravitas. There are lots dragging it from the nerdy outskirts direct-
Marvel Comics’ founding fathers, Lee, 22 films, all laid out in a cohesive manner, of wonderful surprises and shocks, call- ly into the center. And it has a powerful
Kirby, et al) have given us for more than a culminating with this massive, spectacular backs to at least a dozen previous MCU pull.
decade. The music starts us off with a bit of finish. It’s the “end” of this two-part story, films and a basket full of Easter eggs. Along with “Endgame” soon to rule
What’s surprising are the levels of emo- movie theaters, we currently have the final
tion that leavens the movie. Recent MCU season of “Game of Thrones” lording over
entries have stepped up the drama meter television. Star Wars is about to open up a
considerably (i.e. “Black Panther” nomina- theme park later this summer.
tion for Best Picture), but “Endgame” takes Superheroes, spaceships and dragons are
it to another level. In between the sucking all the oxygen out of the room,
grandiose set piece spectacles, there are along with all the major production budgets
some real moments of intimacy that occur and venture capital. Since the dawn of the
with nary a costume or special effect in the arts, talent has always followed the money.
vicinity. And our best and brightest artists, writers
It helps to be familiar with the previous and actors are currently being drawn into
films, but it’s not completely necessary. You this geek space.
don’t have to know the difference between Disney and Warner are our modern-era
Bucky Barnes and Pepper Potts, or Ronan Medicis, and “Endgame” shows us how this
the Accuser and Hope Van Dyne, but a view- can be a good thing.

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MUSEUM GOTTA SEE ‘UM


By Susan Cohn class aquarium, planetarium, and natural
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT history museum, as well as innovative pro-
grams in scientific research and education
S INK YOUR TEETH INTO DINO — all under one living roof. Admission to
DAYS AT THE CALIFORNIA ACADE- the academy is: $35.95 for adults; $30.95
MY OF SCIENCES IN GOLDEN GATE for youth ages 12 to 17, Seniors ages 65+,
PARK. Dinosaurs and ancient plants and students with valid ID; $25.95 for chil-
spring to life in Golden Gate Park during dren ages 4 to 11; and free for children ages
Dino Days through May 5. Visitors to the 3 and younger. Admission fees include all
California Academy of Sciences can share a exhibits and shows. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to
fascinating encounter with ancient 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11
dinosaurs that ruled the Earth some 66 mil- a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. During peak peri-
lion to 75 million years ago in the Late ods, including holiday and summer week-
Cretaceous, including the mighty ends, extended hours and peak pricing may
Tyrannosaurus rex, great horned apply. Visit www.calacademy.org or call
Torosaurus, lizard-like Edmontonia, a (415) 379-8000 for more information.
Parasaurolophus with several curious ***
hatchlings, and more. Outside in the East S OCIETY OF WES T COAS T
Garden, see, hear and walk among realistic ARTISTS HOSTS MAY EXHIBIT IN
life-size dinosaur models that move and SAN BRUNO. The current Society of West
roar, and learn how these massive reptiles Coast Artists Current exhibit, judged by
adapted for life on land. Become a paleon- Ann Basuino, Doris Guzman and Decker
tologist for the day while digging for Walker, runs through May 31 at the
dinosaur fossils in the sand, discover real Society’s Fine Art Center, 527 San Mateo
SUSAN COHN/DAILY JOURNAL
ancient plants like ferns and cycads that Ave. in San Bruno. A reception is scheduled
Dino Days are underway through May 5 at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate
still grow today, and learn how fossils help 1p.m.-3 p.m. May 11. First place for repre-
Park as life-size, moving dinosaur models take over the East Garden.
scientists piece together the past. sentational art went to William Ramroth
DINOS AUR DANCING IN THE for his watercolor portrait “Katie” and sec-

SAN CARLOS FARMERS’ MARKET MUSEUM. During Dino Days, visitors


can also explore a diverse collection of
prehistoric specimens on display through-
ond place was awarded to Diane Liguori for
her oil “Terra Firm.” Rose Nieponice was
awarded first place for her mixed media
Sunday, April 28, 10 am- 2 pm out the museum, including a dinosaur leg
bone, Sauropod coprolite (fossilized
“Sunburst” in the non-representational cat-
egory. Other show participants are Carrie
Music by EZ Motion! poop!), and touchable fossils in the
Naturalist Center. Plus, have fun with inter-
Drilling, Carol Engelbrecht, Lynne
Flodin, Stephanie Getzler, Shelly
active dinosaur-themed programming, like Goodman, Sharon Slusarz Harris, Rema
Rain or Shine a children’s puppet show exploring how Mansi, Christine McLaughlin, Yvonne
fossils are made, daily dance-offs that Newhouse, Karen Orton, Fran Simontacchi
teach you to move like a pterosaur, and and Gabriella Truckai. The center is open
dino-inspired crafts on select dates this 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Wednesday through
spring. Saturday. from For more information and
ABOUT THE CALIFORNIA ACADE- directions visit www. societyofwest-
MY OF S CIENCES . The California ernartists.com.
Academy of Sciences is a renowned scien-
tific and educational institution dedicated
to exploring, explaining and sustaining Susan Cohn can be reached at susan@smdai-
life on Earth. Based in San Francisco’s lyjournal.com or www.twitter.com/susanci-
Golden Gate Park, it is home to a world- tyscene.

For more information, visit: SanCarlosChamber.org

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FRIDAY, APRIL 26
Calendar
p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda
Bond 25 launches in Jamaica
Paws for Purple Hearts, Warriors de las Pulgas, Belmont. Free. For more
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS easy ride of it” in Bond 25. The movie finds Bond out of active
Helping Warriors. 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 information call 591-8154. Craig has said this will be his final service and enjoying a tranquil life in
a.m. San Mateo Sunshine Rotary, NEW YORK — The 25th James Bond turn in the tuxedo. When the 51-year- Jamaica. That changes when his CIA
6650 Golf Course Drive, Burlingame. The Power of Digital Photography
For more information call 787-5595. and Family History. 10:30 a.m. to movie and Daniel Craig’s fifth and old actor first confirmed his return for friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright)
noon. Grace Lutheran Church, 2825 final installment as 007 is heading Bond 25, he said: “I just want to go turns up asking for help. Their mis-
Senior Showcase Information Fair. Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. home to Jamaica.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Twin Pines Senior Learn a method for image editing, out on a high note.” But Broccoli and sion is to rescue a kidnapped scien-
Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont. labeling and organization to pre- Craig, Bond producers Barbara Wilson, in an interview by phone tist.
Free. For more information call 344- serve and easily find your photos Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, and from Jamaica, said they aren’t ready to Aside from Jamaica, filming loca-
5200. again. Free. For more information call
306-3423. director Cary Fukunaga on Thursday contemplate a new 007 yet. tions include Italy, Norway and
3D Printing. 10 a.m. to noon. launched the film from the Caribbean “We’re very happy with the Bond we London, with studio production based
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de Friends of the San Bruno Public
las Pulgas, Belmont. Sign up for a Library Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. island nation where Ian Fleming wrote have in Daniel Craig. He’s just been at Pinewood Studios outside London.
two-hour block of 3D printing. Visit San Bruno Library, 701 Angus Ave. W, all of his Bond novels. The still unti- phenomenal in the role, ” said Returning cast members include Lea
smcl.org/3Dprinting to make a reser- San Bruno. Bring your own grocery tled movie will be partly set in
vation. For more information call size bag and fill it up with books. Cost Broccoli. “I really just don’t want to Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Ralph
591-8286. is $7. For more information call 616- Jamaica, which was also a setting in even think about if and when we have Fiennes and Naomie Harris.
7078. “Dr. No” and “Live and Let Die.” to replace him. We’re excited to have Production will begin Sunday.
Coloring and Coffee for Adults. 10
a.m. to noon. Belmont Library, 1110 Spring Open House — Arbor Day Rami Malek, fresh off his Oscar win him back and thrilled he decided to Bond films have usually been
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. fun. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. San Mateo for “Bohemian Rhapsody,” is joining come back. We’re just going to set announced in Britain but this time, the
Relax for some art and refreshments. Arboretum, 101 Ninth Ave. Entrance,
Supplies will be provided but feel San Mateo Central Park, San Mateo. the cast as the villain. about trying to make the best Bond cast and filmmakers flocked to
free to bring your own. For more Enjoy demonstrations, docent tours, In a videotaped message, Malek said film ever and not think about the Fleming’s Goldeneye villa in Jamaica
information call 591-8286. face painting, bake sale, Master he’ll make sure Bond “will not have an
Gardeners and more. Free for all future.” for a livestreamed announcement.
Caminar and Family and Children ages. For more information call 579-
Services Circle of Suppor t 0536.
Luncheon. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. partnership with Home for All, a col- and sporting events — can be effective
Sharon Heights Golf and Country
Club Inc., 2900 Sand Hill Road, Menlo
Park. Guest speaker David Sheff. Free.
For more information call 513-1509.
Friends of the Belmont Librar y
Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Belmont
Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas,
Belmont. Live jazz music. Free. For
more information call 591-8286.
TALKS
Continued from page 1
laborative which gathers housing
resources and information and has
helped implement housing-related
in generating interest.
Though each city participating in
the conversations reaches out to their
The 18th Annual New Living Expo. ordinances. communities in different ways, Mullin
3 p.m. to 9 p.m. San Mateo County Learn to Code at the Library. 11
Events Center, 2495 S. Delaware St., a.m. to 12:30 p.m. San Mateo Public Having guided Burlingame, Half said pop-up events and asking leaders
San Mateo. New Living Expo places a Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San Mateo. stirred by development proposals or Moon Bay, Portola Valley and of faith communities or community
sharp focus on holistic and sustain- Free. For more information call 522- an ongoing effort to update San Redwood City through pilot conversa- organizations to encourage others to
able living, and provides an educa- 7818. Mateo’s General Plan, city officials are
tional forum that honors cultural her- tions last year, Home for All’s program participate are also among the strate-
itage, spiritual expression, artistic cre- Cat and Kitten Adoption Fair. 11 hoping an effort to foster “big picture” has helped community members iden- gies cities have used.
ation, wellness education and posi- a.m. to 2 p.m. Forster City Library, conversations about housing can help
tive social transformation. Cost is 1000 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. tify shared values and begin to chart a Council said city officials have
$20. For more information call 574- Working with the Homeless Cat bring clarity to others’ experiences path toward the types of projects they
Network of San Mateo. For more with housing in the city and set the sought to spread the word about the
3247.
information call 574-4842. feel will help maintain them, said conversations at community and pop-
stage for future talks about a topic that Deputy County Manager Peggy
Tween Night: Animal Style. 5 p.m.
The 18th Annual New Living Expo. affects nearly everyone. up events in neighborhoods across the
to 7 p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 Jensen.
W. Third Ave., San Mateo. A fun night 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. San Mateo Dubbed “Community city with hope community members of
of crafts, games and pizza. Free. County Events Center, 2495 S.
Conversations: Housing in San Whether it’s ensuring a city’s down- all backgrounds will consider offering
Registration required. For more infor- Delaware St., San Mateo. New Living
mation call 522-7818. Expo places a sharp focus on holistic Mateo,” the effort to invite San Mateo town is pedestrian-friendly or provid- their experiences and feedback.
and sustainable living, and provides
community members to get to know ing workforce housing, the priorities She noted city officials who may
‘The Odd Couple.‘ 7 p.m. San Mateo an educational forum that honors
Performing Arts Center, 600 N. cultural heritage, spiritual expres- each other and share their experiences cities have pegged so far have allowed attend the conversations will be sim-
Delaware St., San Mateo. San Mateo sion, artistic creation, wellness edu-
with housing will kick off Saturday them to create solid steps to move ply listening to others’ thoughts and
High School Drama presents ‘The cation and positive social transfor- those priorities forward, noted Jensen,
mation. Cost is $20. For more infor- morning as they gather in groups at those who attend are invited to bring
Odd Couple,’ by Neil Simon. This
adaptation switches the gender of mation call 574-3247. San Mateo High School to discuss who added the strategies that have someone they know. Sitting at round
each role. Cost is $15. For more infor-
what they value in their community, come out of the conversations have tables and starting with ice breakers,
mation call 558-2375. Peninsula Ballet Theatre presents
Carnival of the Animals. 11:30 a.m. among other topics. ranged from the easing of rules for the groups will get to know each other
San Carlos K iwanis Club Variety to 12:30 p.m. Peninsula Ballet
Acknowledging San Mateo has sev- accessory dwelling units to a focus on before beginning guided discussions at
Show ‘Swing, Jazz and Theatre, 1880 S. Grant St., San Mateo.
Cost $30-$35. For more information eral housing-related projects in the shared housing. their tables, she noted.
Razzmatazz.’ 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. San
Carlos Kiwanis Club Variety show, 757 call 342-322.
works that are expected to extend years By centering the discussion on what Council noted the input received
Cedar St., San Carlos. Cost is $15 to residents, business owners, workers Saturday is expected to inform the May
$30. For more information call 207- Watercolor B ook marks. 2 p.m. into the future, Sandy Council, San
5164. Grand Avenue Branch Library, 306 Mateo’s housing manager, said offi- and many others appreciate about the 18 session, and looked forward to see-
Walnut Ave., South San Francisco. All
are welcome. Supplies provided. For cials are hoping the conversations community, those with differing per- ing how an effort to take a step back
Fun After 50 Dance. 7:30 p.m. to 10
p.m. Veteran’s Memorial Senior more information call 877-8530. afford those who participate a better spectives may begin to identify hous- and take a broad look at housing in San
Center, 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood
Poetry and Community: A Concert. understanding of others who might ing solutions that make sense for their Mateo takes shape this weekend.
City. Enjoy ballroom dancing to won-
derful music. Cost is free to $7. For 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Burlingame Public have differing perspectives from them. communities, said Jensen. “I really feel like it’s a worthwhile
Library, 480 Primrose Road, “The value in this is it’s not about
more information call 380-2672.
Burlingame. This event is part of the By deepening their understanding of effort to just start at the beginning,”
SATURDAY, APRIL 27 San Mateo County Poet Laureate’s housing issues and how they affect making a decision in any way, it’s she said.
campaign, ‘Speak Poetry,’ which aims about talking about these issues and
American Legion San Bruno Post
to elevate and celebrate the literary others, Council looked to Saturday’s San Mateo’s first Community
409 Breakfast. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. finding a common path forward,” she
757 San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. arts and their roles in public life. Free. conversation, as well as another slated Conversation will be held Saturday
Pancakes, toast, waffles, hash browns, For more information call 558-7400. for May 18, to provide a foundation for said. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the multi-
bacon, omelets and fruit. Coffee, tea future discussions on more complex Jessica Stanfill Mullin, Home for All purpose room at San Mateo High
or juice. $10 adults, $6 children. STEAM: Math. 3 p.m. South San
Public is invited. For more informa- Francisco Main Library, 840 W. housing-related issues. program manager, noted that engaging School, 506 N. Delaware St. The event
tion call 345-7388. Orange Ave., South San
Francisco. Origami ninja stars and “The goal is really just for communi- residents who might not have ever par- is free and those planning to attend are
Spruce Up Your Garden With experimenting with geometric pat- ty members to talk to each other,” she ticipated in these types of discussions invited to bring a friend and RSVP.
terns. For more information call 829-
Rhododendrons. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Los
3860. said. “We’re not there to talk about a is a goal for the conversations. She V i s i t
Altos Masonic Lodge, 146 Main St.,
Los Altos. This event is put on by the specific process or project.” said the various cities that have pilot- cityofsanmateo.org/3988/Community
American Rhododendron Society. ‘The Odd Couple.’ 7 p.m. San Mateo San Mateo is among a class of cities ed the program so far have found that -Conversations to RSVP and for more
Free for all ages. For more informa- Performing Arts Center, 600 N.
tion call (408) 920-0884. Delaware St. San Mateo. San Mateo — including Brisbane, Foster City, spreading the word about them at pub- information. Visit homeforallsmc.org
High School Drama presents ‘The Hillsborough and Pacifica — taking lic gathering spots —  which can to learn more about Home for All of
Poetry Walk Celebration. 10 a.m. to Odd Couple,’ by Neil Simon. This
adaptation switches the gender of on these conversations this year in include coffee shops, train stations San Mateo County.
11 a.m. Belmont Library, 1110
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Join each role. Cost is $15. For more infor-
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fiCtitioUs bUsiness name
Large amount of cash statement #280794 notiCe of pUbLiC
The following person is doing business
turned into the police de- as: Wellesley Crescent apartments, hearing
partment on January 7, 1141 Wellesley Cresent, rEDWOOD NOTICE IS HErEBY GIV-
2019. rightful owner may CITY, Ca 94062. registered Owner: EN that on Monday, May 6,
Spieker Wellesley Crescent, LLC, DE.
call the Belmont Police De- The business is conducted by a Limited 2019 at 7:00 p.m., (or as
partment’s Property Officer Liability Company. The registrant com- soon thereafter as the mat-
& describe location it was menced to transact business under the
FBN on 03/07/2014. ter is heard) in the Millbrae
lost, amount of loss and a /s/richard Tod Spieker/ City Council Chambers, 621
description of the container This statement was filed with the asses- Magnolia ave., Millbrae,
the money is in. 650-595- sor-County Clerk on 3/25/19. (Published
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/19, Ca, the Millbrae Planning
7431 4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19). Commission will conduct a
4/23, 4/24, 4/25, 4/26, 4/27, public hearing on the follow-
4/28, 4/29/19 ing matters:
Cns-3245339# fiCtitioUs bUsiness name
statement #280877
san mateo daiLy The following person is doing business 646 hemLoCK avenUe: over the hedge over the hedge over the hedge
JoUrnaL as: NorCal Project Engineering Group,
DESIGN rEVIEW PErMIT
1827 Carmelita Dr., SaN CarLOS, Ca
94070. registered Owner: Vladimir Ze- to allow the construction of
lenko, same address. The business is
conducted by an Individual. The regis- a new second-story and the
trants commenced to transact business addition and renovation to
fiCtitioUs bUsiness name under their FBN on april 26, 2006. an existing single-story resi-
statement #280889 /s/Vladimir Zelenko/
The following person is doing business This statement was filed with the asses- dence; a VarIaNCE allow-
as: Matrick auto Glass, 761 Commercial sor-County Clerk on 4/2/2019. (Publish- ing less than the required
ave., SOUTH SaN FraNCISCO, Ca ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
94080. registered Owners: Karla Iveth 4/5/19, 4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19). minimum ground floor set-
Garcia Campos, 761 Commercial ave, back; and SETBaCK EX-
South San Francisco, Ca 94081 and
fiCtitioUs bUsiness name
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Manuel De Jesus Campos, 761 Com-
mercial ave., So. Sfran, Ca 94080. The statement #280636 than the minimum required
business is conducted by a Married Cou- The following person is doing business second floor setbacks in a
ple. The registrants commenced to as: Inail Spa, 1784 El Camino real, SaN
transact business under their FBN on CarLOS, Ca 94070. registered Owner: Single-Family residential
2/19/2019. Minh Dai, 547 McLaughlin ave., San (r-1) Zoning District (Public
/s/Karla Iveth Garcia Campos/ Jose, Ca 95116. The business is con- Hearing)
This statement was filed with the asses- ducted by an Individual. The registrants
sor-County Clerk on 4/3/2019. (Publish- commenced to transact business under 203 public notices 203 public notices 203 public notices
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, their FBN on 03/11/2019. 826 robin Lane:
4/5/19, 4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19). /s/Minh Dai/ fiCtitioUs bUsiness name the personal representative appointed by notiCe of petition to
This statement was filed with the asses- DESIGN rEVIEW PErMIT statement #280962 the court within the later of either (1) four administer estate of
sor-County Clerk on 3/11/2019. (Publish- to allow for a new addition The following person is doing business months from the date of first issuance of arthur L reno
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, to an existing single-story as: COrTEZaNOWEDDINGS, 121 Bay- Case Number: 19PrO00459
fiCtitioUs bUsiness name 4/5/19, 4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19). letters to a general personal representa-
view Drive, SOUTH SaN FraNCISCO, tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
statement #280792 residence in a Single-Fami- Ca 94080. registered Owner: Dennis To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
The following person is doing business ly residential (r-1) Zoning Kim Cortezano, same address. The busi-
from the date of mailing or personal de-
tingent creditors, and persons who may
as: Madison Place apartments, 400 E. ness is conducted by an Individual. The otherwise be interested in the will or es-
Hillsdale Blvd., SaN MaTEO, Ca 94403. District. (Public Hearing) registrants commenced to transact busi- livery to you of a notice under section tate, or both, of arthur L reno, arthur
registered Owner: Spieker Hillsdale 354 LUdeman Lane: ness under their FBN on 05/06/2014. 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- Lee reno, arthur reno, art reno. a Pe-
Boulevard, LLC, DE. The business is DESIGN rEVIEW PErMIT /s/Dennis Kim Cortezano/ er California statutes and legal authority tition for Probate has been filed by
conducted by a Limited Liability Compa- This statement was filed with the asses- may affect your rights as a creditor. You Donald M. ahlbach in the Superior Court
ny. The registrant commenced to trans- to allow a first floor renova- sor-County Clerk on 4/10/2019. (Publish- may want to consult with an attorney of California, County of San Mateo. The
act business under the FBN on tion and second-story addi- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, knowledgable in California law. Petition for Probate requests that
04/01/2014. 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). Donald M. ahlbach be appointed as per-
/s/richard Tod Spieker/
tion to a single-family resi- You may examine the file kept by the
sonal representative to administer the
dence and a SETBaCK EX- court. If you are a person interested in
This statement was filed with the asses- estate of the decedent.
the estate, you may file with the court a
sor-County Clerk on 3/25/19. (Published CEPTION to allow less than fiCtitioUs bUsiness name
request for Special Notice (form DE-
The petition requests the decedent’s will
and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro-
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/5/19, statement #280981
4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19). the required minimum sec- The following person is doing business 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- bate. The will and any codicils are availa-
ond floor setbacks and Far as: EZ DMV, 2850 Middlefield rd., rED- praisal of estate assets or of any petition ble for examination in the file kept by the
WOOD CITY, Ca 94063. registered or account as provided in Probate Code court.
EXCEPTION to allow more Owner: Union Smog rWC, Ca. The section 1250. a request for Special No- The petition requests authority to admin-
than the required maximum business is conducted by a Corporation. tice form is available from the court clerk. ister the estate under the Independent
City of paCifiCa notiCe of hearing floor area ratio in the Sin- The registrants commenced to transact attorney for Petitioner: administration of Estates act. (This au-
thority will allow the personal representa-
business under their FBN on N/a. Constance Liu
gle-Family (r-1) Zoning /s/alberto Sanchez/ Hanson Bridgett LLP tive to take many actions without obtain-
NOTICE IS HErEBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of District. (Public Hearing) This statement was filed with the asses- 425 Market Street 26th Floor ing court approval. Before taking certain
the City of Pacifica will conduct a public hearing on Monday, sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2019. (Publish- very important actions, however, the per-
527 CapUChino drive: ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, SaN FraNCISCO, Ca 94105 sonal representative will be required to
May 6, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 2212 DESIGN rEVIEW PErMIT 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). (415)995-5132 give notice to interested persons unless
Beach Boulevard, Pacifica, to consider the following: to allow a second-story ad- FILED: 4/2/2019 they have waived notice or consented to
(Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- the proposed action.) The independent
dition to a single-family resi- fiCtitioUs bUsiness name nal on 4/18/19, 4/25/19, 4/26/19 ) administration authority will be granted
fiLe no. 2018-035 for deveLopment agreement da- dence and a SETBaCK EX- statement #280976 unless an interested person files an ob-
1-18, site deveLopment permit psd-834-18, Coast- The following person is doing business jection to the petition and shows good
CEPTION to allow less than as: Barterra Winery, 643 Main Street, notiCe of petition to cause why the court should not grant au-
aL deveLopment permit Cdp-397-18, Use permit the minimum required sec- Unit a, HaLF MOON BaY, Ca 94019. administer estate of thority.
Up-107-18, parKing eXCeption pe-184-19, tentative ond floor setbacks, of a sin- registered Owner: Barterra Winery, LLC, Gerald Lloyd Vers a hearing on the petition will be held in
sUbdivision map sUb-242-19 and heritage tree re- Ca. The business is conducted by a Case Number: 19PrO00438 this court as follows: MaY 10, 2019 at
movaL aUthoriZation, filed by Ciyavash Moazzami,
gle-family residence in the Limited Liability Company. The regis- 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of
Single-Family (r-1) Zoning trants commenced to transact business California, County of San Mateo, 400
agent for owner Phoenix Capital XV LLC and John r. Hansen, under the FBN on N/a. To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
District. (Public Hearing) tingent creditors, and persons who may County Center, redwood City, Ca
for the construction of a new, two to three-story mixed-use /s/Paul Minoletti/ 94063.
This statement was filed with the asses- otherwise be interested in the will or es- If you object to the granting of the peti-
building consisting of 993 square feet (sf) of ground floor com- sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2019. (Publish- tate, or both, of Gerald Lloyd Vers. a
mercial space and three residential units (condominiums), and at the time of the hearing, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Petition for Probate has been filed by
tion, you should appear at the hearing
and state your objections or file written
an associated tentative subdivision map for condominium pur- all interested persons are 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19). Frances M. Vers in the Superior Court of objections with the court before the hear-
poses, on a 5,446-sf vacant site at or near 2100 Palmetto ave- invited to appear and be California, County of San Mateo. The ing. Your appearance may be in person
heard. If you challenge the Petition for Probate requests that or by your attorney.
nue (aPN 016-182-370 and 016-182-340). The project site is fiCtitioUs bUsiness name
Frances M. Vers be appointed as per- If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
decision of the City in court, statement #281076
located in the Coastal Zone and the application was filed on The following person is doing business sonal representative to administer the itor of the decedent, you must file your
May 4, 2018. a parking exception is requested to deviate from you may be limited to rais- as: 1. Xander Networks 2. arevalo estate of the decedent. claim with the court and mail a copy to
The petition requests authority to admin- the personal representative appointed by
the off-street parking standards for commercial use and a her- ing only those issues you or alarm, 673 abbot ave., DaLY CITY, Ca
the court within the later of either (1) four
94014. registered Owner: William ister the estate under the Independent
itage tree removal authorization is requested for the removal someone else raised at the alexander arevalo, same address. The administration of Estates act. (This au- months from the date of first issuance of
of one Monterey pine. The Planning Commission will make a public hearing described in business is conducted by an Individual. letters to a general personal representa-
thority will allow the personal representa- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
recommendation to City Council on a development agreement this notice, or in written cor- The registrants commenced to transact tive to take many actions without obtain- California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
business under their FBN on 04/22/2019. ing court approval. Before taking certain
which contains various provisions, including but not limited to respondence delivered to /s/William alexander arevalo/ from the date of mailing or personal de-
i) certain developer benefits including vested rights and an ini- very important actions, however, the per- livery to you of a notice under section
the Planning Commission This statement was filed with the asses-
sonal representative will be required to 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth-
tial permit term of up to five years with provision for a two-year at, or prior to, the public sor-County Clerk on 4/24/2019. (Publish-
give notice to interested persons unless er California statutes and legal authority
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
extension; and, ii) certain public benefits, including a guaran- hearing. For further infor- 4/26/19, 5/3/19, 5/10/19, 5/17/19). they have waived notice or consented to may affect your rights as a creditor. You
tee from the applicant pertaining to the commercial use within the proposed action.) The independent may want to consult with an attorney
mation or to review the ma- administration authority will be granted knowledgable in California law.
the project, and contributions by applicant to the City of Pacif- terials regarding these mat- You may examine the file kept by the
notiCe of petition to unless an interested person files an ob-
ica for creation of public parking facilities and promotion of ters, please contact the Mill- administer estate of jection to the petition and shows good
court. If you are a person interested in
economic development along Palmetto avenue. recommend- the estate, you may file with the court a
brae Community Develop- Cora Bertha Brew, aka Bertha Y. Brew, cause why the court should not grant au- request for Special Notice (form DE-
ed California Environmental Quality act (CEQa) status: Class aka Berta Brew thority. 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
3 Categorical Exemption, CEQa Guidelines Section 15303; ment Department 621 Mag- Case Number: 19PrO00387 a hearing on the petition will be held in praisal of estate assets or of any petition
and nolia avenue, Millbrae at this court as follows: MaY 15, 2019 at or account as provided in Probate Code
(650) 259-2341. To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of section 1250. a request for Special No-
tingent creditors, and persons who may California, County of San Mateo, 400 tice form is available from the court clerk.
fiLe no. 2018-006 for site deveLopment permit otherwise be interested in the will or es- County Center, redwood City, Ca attorney for Petitioner:
psd-829-18, CoastaL deveLopment permit If anyone wishes to appeal tate, or both, of Cora Bertha Brew, aka 94063. Donald M. ahlbach
any final action taken, Bertha Y. Brew, aka Berta Brew. a Peti- If you object to the granting of the peti- Law Office of Donald M. ahlbach
Cdp-395-18, Use permit Up-94-18, varianCe PO Box 1377
he/she may do so by con- tion for Probate has been filed by tion, you should appear at the hearing
pv-522-18 and tentative sUbdivision map Dorothy Verne Brew in the Superior and state your objections or file written
SaN MaTEO, Ca 94401
sUb-237-18, filed by Ciyavash Moazzami, agent for owner tacting the City Clerk at Court of California, County of San Mateo. objections with the court before the hear-
(650)348-5577
FILED: 4/16/2019
Phoenix Capital LXV LLC, for the construction of seven “town (650) 259-2414, to submit a The Petition for Probate requests that ing. Your appearance may be in person (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
home” style residential units, and an associated tentative sub- written appeal and pay the Dorothy Verne Brew be appointed as or by your attorney. nal on 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 4/27/19 )
division map for condominium purposes, on a 19,476 square corresponding fee. an ap- personal representative to administer the If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
estate of the decedent. itor of the decedent, you must file your
foot (.45 acre) vacant lot at 1567 Beach Boulevard (aPN 016- peal letter must be submit- The petition requests the decedent’s will claim with the court and mail a copy to
011-190). The project site is located in the Coastal Zone and ted before the end of the and codicils, if any, be admitted to pro- the personal representative appointed by
the application was filed on February 16, 2018. a variance is appeal period stated at the bate. The will and any codicils are avail- the court within the later of either (1) four
requested to deviate from the rear setback standard. recom- able for examination in the file kept by months from the date of first issuance of
conclusion of the hearing. the court. letters to a general personal representa-
mended CEQa status: Class 32 Categorical Exemption, CE- 4/26/19
Qa Guidelines Section 15332.
The petition requests authority to admin- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the 295 art
Cns-3247468# ister the estate under the Independent California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
san mateo daiLy administration of Estates act. (This au- from the date of mailing or personal de- oiL painting-Canvass, Victorian
Detailed plans and additional information for all items above JoUrnaL
thority will allow the personal representa- livery to you of a notice under section Scene, With Frame 56”x44” $350.00
are available for public review at the Planning Department, tive to take many actions without obtain- 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- OBO (650)515-6091
ing court approval. Before taking certain er California statutes and legal authority
1800 Francisco Boulevard, Pacifica. These items will also be very important actions, however, the per- may affect your rights as a creditor. You tapia: painting, seasCape,
posted 72 hours prior to the meeting on the City's website at: sonal representative will be required to may want to consult with an attorney FraMED, w/light, 60"sq., $499.OBO.
give notice to interested persons unless knowledgable in California law. Local artist, Call for info (650)303-1670
http://pacificacityca.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. they have waived notice or consented to You may examine the file kept by the
the proposed action.) The independent court. If you are a person interested in 296 appliances
administration authority will be granted the estate, you may file with the court a
The City of Pacifica will provide special assistance for persons unless an interested person files an ob- request for Special Notice (form DE- air Conditioner 10000 BTU w/re-
with disabilities upon at least 24 hours advance notice to the jection to the petition and shows good 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
City Manager's office (650) 738-7300. If you need sign lan- cause why the court should not grant au- praisal of estate assets or of any petition brand $199 runs like new. (650)235-
guage assistance or written material printed in a larger font or thority. or account as provided in Probate Code 0898
fiCtitioUs bUsiness name a hearing on the petition will be held in
taped, advance notice is necessary. all meeting rooms are statement #280953 section 1250. a request for Special No-
The following person is doing business
this court as follows: MaY 13, 2019 at tice form is available from the court clerk. free washer and 220v dryer, both
accessible to the disabled. 9:00 a.m., Dept. 28, Superior Court of attorney for Petitioner: working. Belmont (415) 902-4484. You
as: 1)KTSF TV26 2)KTSF TV, 100 Valley
Drive, BrISBaNE, Ca 94005 regis- California, County of San Mateo, 400 Thomas a. Nuris, Esq. move, stairs.
tered Owner: Lincoln Television, Inc. The County Center, redwood City, Ca 2171 Junipero Serra Blvd, Suite 600
Tina Wehrmeister business is conducted by a Limited Part- 94063. DaLY CITY, Ca 94014 gLass-paneL Lampshade. Similar
nership. The registrants commenced to If you object to the granting of the peti- (650)756-0225 to TIFFENEY about16" diameter. multi-
Planning Director tion, you should appear at the hearing FILED: 4/12/2019 ple tan/white mainly.Hang or lampshade.
transact business under the FBN on
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal april 26, 2019 Sept. 4th 1976. and state your objections or file written (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- $75 (650)727-7266
/s/Lincoln C. Howell/ objections with the court before the hear- nal on 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 4/27/19 )
This statement was filed with the asses- ing. Your appearance may be in person hotpoint heavy Duty Dryer excellent
sor-County Clerk on 4/9/2019. (Publish- or by your attorney. working condition Burlingame $50 Call
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- Dan (408)656-0958
4/12/19, 4/19/19, 4/26/19, 5/3/19). itor of the decedent, you must file your
claim with the court and mail a copy to mfg h20Labs Model 300 exc cond
counter top $25 Burl (650)248-3839.
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296 appliances 303 electronics 304 Furniture 310 misc. For sale 312 pets & animals 318 sports equipment
mayTag Washer excellent working Free TelevisiON - Mitsubishi, sOlid WOOd Entertainment Center- mOTley crue lp signed by neil lee ONe keNNel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- leaTher gOlF bag with 23 clubs $90.
condition Burlingame $50 Call Dan 26"W,22"H,18"D Works Great, Not TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In sixx and mars $75 cash (408)661-6019 mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. (650) 592-2648.
(408)656-0958 Flatscreen, Text (650) 333-8323 Local Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in. (650)593-2066
Delivery available. X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o NegriNi FeNciNg Epee mask size M meN's rOssigNOl Skis. $95.00,
NeW, siNger Sewing Machine Univer- (925)482-5742 & France Lames 5 epee blade $95 parrOT cage, Steel, Large - approx good condition, (650)341-0282.
sal Carry Case Model 620, Free Arm Ma- ONkyO av Receiver HT-R570 .Digital (415)260-6940 4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best
chine Compatible, $35, (650)483-1222 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, Table 24"x48" folding legs each end. offer. (650)245-4084 ONe dOzeN Official League Diamond
Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost Old b&l Microscope in good condition; Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
TiFFaNy sTyle Lamp shade. Older- $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141 35x 100x 430x $50. (650) 588-0842. (650)771-6324.
multiple panels. 17” diameter. $75. (650) phillips-50” cOlOr T.v., Heavy, $99 316 clothes
727-7266. (650)591-8062 ThOmasville diNiNg table, $50 4 ray-baN TOp Bar Sunglasses TOTal gym XLS, excellent condition.
chairs, mid-century blonde with two RB31832 BlackFrameSemi rimless semi- brOWN sued boots, fur-lined, size 8, Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
vacuum cleaNer (reconditioned) leaves call (650)697-3709. wrap Lens:GreyUV UltraSleek Light- new. $15.00. Call(650)872-2371 (650)588-0828
$10 Call Ed (415)298-0645
304 Furniture weight New w/case $65.00 (650)591-
Tiki bar - Original from the 60’s,Like 6596 FaNcy high heel shoes, never worn viNTage Nash Cruisers Mens/ Wom-
aNTique diNiNg table for six people Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500 size 8 1/2 $20.00 (650)592-2648 ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz
297 bicycles with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 (650)245-4234. rOllerblades, used, size 10. $20 6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439
obo. Please call (650)745-6309
adulT bikes 1 regular and 2 with bal- aNTique mOhagaNy Bookcase. Four Faux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi WOrkOuT beNch, weights, bars, for
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. samsONiTe 26" tan hard-sided suit color in excellent condition 3/4 flat/incline bench and legs. $100.
TWiN bed, mattress, box spring, frame case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
$ 50. (650)598-9804. length $50 (650)692-8012 (650)861-2411
child’s schWiNN bicycle, blue in bedsTead siNgle, poster style, box $45. (650)328-6709
good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. spring, mattress available. $40.00. TWO WOOd Book Shelves, $75 with kayaNO meN’s Running shoes size 11 yamaha rOOF RACK, 58 inches $75.
(650)593-7408 drawers and pull-down desk call silk saree 6 yards new nice color.for good condition $20 (650)520-7045 (650)458-3255
mOuNTaiN bike new 21 gears $100. (650)697-3709 $35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
(650)722-3634 beige sOFa $99. Excellent Condition formation. kNee-high black women's boots,
(650) 315-2319 used bedrOOm Furniture, FREE. Call size 7, wide calf & wide width, new. 340 camera & photo equip.
mOuNTaiN bike. Top brand. Runs siNk, 33”x22” Top mount with faucet, $40.00. Call (650)872-2371
good. $39. (660)342-5220 (650)573-7381.
brOWN liviNg room chair with cush- $15.00 (650)544-5306 NikON 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel-
ion. Dimensions 38"W, 32"H, 37"D. Wall uNiT/rOOm Divider. Simple ladies sequiN dress, blue, size XL, lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044
298 collectibles $70..00. Transport yourself. Call lines. Breaks down for transportation. slr leNs Sigma 28-105mm f3.8-5.6
Sigma SA Mount $25 (650)436-7171
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
(650)872-2371 $25.(650)712-9962 leave message Omega b600 Condenser Enlarger, In-
15 lp ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- meN's sTeTsON hat, size large, new, struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En-
buNk beds for sale. Cherry Wood, 2 Tires-seT OF four P225 45 R18 $80 rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940
gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and WalNuT chesT, small (4 drawer with OBO (650)359-2238.
more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839 years old. Includes Mattresses. $600 or upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429 (650) 578-9208
B/O (650)685-2494 TuNTuri rOWiNg Machine, Good viviTar v 2000 W/35-70 zoom and
WhiTe Wicker Armoire, asking $100, shOes size 5 1/2 and 6 for $50 or less original manual. Like new. $99 SSF
1984 Time magazine. Special 1994 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222 (650)508-8662
chiNa cabiNeT Wallet, $20. Call great condition, text for picture (650)571- (650)583-6636
Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg (650)589-1407 0947 uNideN harley Davidson Gas Tank
(650)588-0842 TuxedO size 40, black, including white
cOmpuTer desk (glass) & chair. Like WOOd - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 shirt, excellent cond. $50 (650)355-5189 345 medical equipment
49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311 Walker - Good Condition - Like New -
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. gtecher@comcast.net WeddiNg dress-desigNer, Size 12, adjusTable baTh shower transfer
$35 (650)341-5347 Needs Dry Cleaning, Org. $4000.00 Sell
$10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976
cOmpuTer desk with 3 side drawers .
306 housewares for $500 Call (650)867-1728
apprOx. 40 yr old 1/2 l German Beer Pine wood lacquered. Almost new. Ask 311 musical instruments cOmmOde, very clean and disinfect-
for pic . $89 or bo.(650)255-3514 text or crysTal WiNe glasses new (12ea) WOmaN's americaN Rag faux leather ed. Asking $20 obo. Please call if inter-
Stein, Raigimal, Gerz. $60 (650)207- $20.00 Call 650-592-2648 1929 aNTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut- jacket. Perfect condition. Black
4162 leave message ested. (650)745-6309
ter, Newly Refurbished $4,500 OBO Call /2x/NW0T $25 (650) 952-3466
cOmpuTer sWivel CHAIR. Padded mikasa seT. White. Modern (square) (650)742-6776. drive 3-iN-1 commode with seat,buck-
cOllecTable cabbage Patch Kids Setting for 4 $30 (415)734-1152. WOmaN's Tahari jacket. Perfect con-
Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25 (510)770-1976
Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 NeW "bella" buffet triple slow cooker chrOmaTic harmONica: Horner (650) 952-3466
desk, gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
(650) 572-8895 (650)458-3578 and food warmer $35.00 call (650)592- drive deluxe two button walker $10
2648 (650)278-5776. WOmeN's black suede fur lined (510)770-1976
depressiON glass Dining Plate. 8 boots, size 8. $10.00 call (650)872-2371
3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. siNk dOuble cast iron. Good condi- radiaTiON prOTecTiON 1/2-apron
diNiNg chairs -Six Antique, tion. $99.00. (650)593-7408 epiphONe les Paul Custom Prophecy WOrk bOOTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
$12 (650)762-6048 Mahogany Chippendale Chairs- $675 Pb free; .5mm Pb equivalent, xl, adjusta-
Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. brown, with steel metatarsal protection. ble buckle, gently used; $60; 607-227-
(650)888-2662 (650)421-5469. In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
games OF the 23rd Olympiad maga- 307 jewelry & clothing 7742.
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588-
0842 diNiNg rOOm Table-Antique,Oak, aNNe kleiN silver-tone watch with evereTT uprighT antique piano. 318 sports equipment Walker/rOlaTOr. NeW. large, bas-
5chairs, w/ extension $200 Swarovski crystals & mother-of-pearl di- Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718. ket, quickly convert to wheelchair. Large
leNNOx red Rose, Unused, hand (650)290-3188 al. $60.00 call(650)872-2371 big berTha, Golfsmith Titanium Driver size to 400LBS.8" wheels $45.00
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, huge ludWig Drum Set Silver Sparkle (650)727-7266
& Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
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Dec. 1 of this year with construction Councilman Charles Stone. “I don’t think have available and put those aside and we

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expected to wrap up by May 2020.
The latest price tag for the project totals
$4. 4 million and that number doesn’t
we can sit around and wait for the revenue to
come in. We’re in fairly good financial
shape and I’m incredibly supportive of pur-
would use those to pay back the folks that
we lend. It buys us time in order to do this.
The drawback is there’s interest on this and
include additional “soft costs,” including suing reasonable financing options to it does reduce our capacity to borrow money,
geographical engineering and soil report move the ball down the field as soon as pos- but it’s a good project, it’s worthwhile and
bleachers and the installation of an addi- updating. sible.” it’s what we’re here to do is make these
tional light pole as well as upgrades to the The latest cost estimate is well above pre- kinds of improvements.”
existing light poles to make them more There are three financing options for the
vious estimates in 2014 and 2018 because council to consider — private placement, Councilman Doug Kim seemed to agree
energy efficient, according to the report. All construction costs have risen since then and that debt financing is the appropriate path
subsurface drainage will be replaced, net- public competitive sale and public negoti-
because the city has not yet received as ated sale — and they all entail borrowing forward.
ting will be added to existing fencing to much revenue from development fees as was
protect cars from flying baseballs and a 4- money that will be paid back over time. “I’m interested in all of our options going
expected. “Significant” money from devel- forward. I think debt financing is probably
foot perimeter fence will be installed to sep- opment fees is expected in 2020 and beyond “It’s a common thing to do and there’s
arate the asphalt bike and pedestrian path nothing unusual about the circumstances the way to go, but the cost of doing that will
to help fund the project, but councilmem- be something I want to look at,” he said.
from the playing field. bers are not interested in delaying the proj- that we find ourselves in today and using
The above upgrades will improve safety, ect until that money is available. this particular method for proceeding with The project has been contemplated for
increase playable hours by 30 percent and “The longer we wait, the more expensive construction,” Fil said. “What we would over a decade, but never moved forward due
save the city $50,000 a year in water costs, it’s going to likely do is escrow the funds we currently to a lack of funding.
according to the report. get, ” said
The goal is to break ground on or before
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