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US NOBELIST WAS TOLD


OF GENE-EDITED BABIES
SLUGGISH SALES
CALIFORNIA LAWMAKERS SEEK TAX CUTS FOR POOR
POT INDUSTRY
LONGTIME COACH IS
OUT AT TERRA NOVA
HEALTH PAGE 17 STATE PAGE 5 SPORTS PAGE 11

Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula


Tuesday • Jan 29, 2019 • XIX, Edition 136 www.smdailyjournal.com

High school district favors teacher housing


SMUHSD school board calls for further examination of Crestmoor campus proposal
By Austin Walsh The district former Crestmoor High School proposal by suggesting the public similar sentiment.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Board of campus in San Bruno, during a agency owes its staff and commu- “We are in a position where
T r u s t e e s meeting Thursday, Jan. 24. nity an earnest investigation of there is some kind of moral imper-
The chance to build workforce i n s t ruct ed Though no final decision was developing housing at the nearly ative, given our situation where
housing on a former high school admi n i s t rat o rs made at the meeting, a majority of 40-acre property. we have both teachers and staff
campus was characterized as a to continue the board shared their support for “We need to do this, and I would that need some relief, ” said
moral imperative for San Mateo examining the the vision which Superintendent suggest the next step forward is Hanley. “We need to be able to
High School District officials proposal to Kevin Skelly has said is a district for our administrators to come up provide some relief on this hous-
seeking to ease the pain of the build at least priority this year. with a plan in the next few ing issue for our people and in the
affordability crisis for district Kevin Skelly 100 units for Trustee Marc Friedman most months,” said Friedman.
employees. workers on the enthusiastically advocated for the Trustee Peter Hanley shared a See HOUSING, Page 19

LUNAR NEW YEAR


New measure
would let 50K
parolees vote
California constitutional amendment
would expand voting rights for felons
By Don Thompson to vote in local,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS state or federal
elections.
SACRAMENTO — Tens of thou- California is
sands of parolees would be allowed one of several
to vote under a state constitutional states that have
amendment proposed Monday by or are consider-
California’s secretary of state and ing expanding
Democratic lawmakers who called voting rights
it the next civil rights issue. for felons. The
The proposal intended for the Alex Padilla proposal would
FRANCO PICAHE/DAILY JOURNAL 2020 ballot would help nearly include murderers, rapists and oth-
A crowd gathers at the Hillsdale Shopping Center Saturday, Jan. 26, for a Year of the Pig celebration in connection 50,000 felons who have served ers convicted of violent crimes. It
with the Lunar New Year, which begins Feb. 5. their time adjust to being back in would not affect criminals until
the community, said California they are released from custody,
Secretary of State Alex Padilla and unlike in some other states.
other advocates. Parolees current-
Building, neighborhood at odds over development ly are prohibited from registering See VOTE, Page 19

Millbrae residents express frustrations with proposal to build at train station


By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
Mixed reception for
A simmering clash between a
developer proposing a sweeping
Foster City hotel plan
commercial and residential project
at the Millbrae train station and Some councilmembers say project is
critical residents living in a near-
by neighborhood bubbled over needed, others worried about impacts
during a recent community meet- By Zachary Clark potential impacts on neighbors
ing. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF and city resources.
Residents of Hemlock Avenue The proposal on the southwest
further shared their deep frustra- A six-story hotel proposal in corner of Metro Center and Shell
COURTESY OF BKF ENGINEERS
tions with developer Vince Foster City is great news for some boulevards includes 155 guest
Muzzi’s vision to build a massive councilmembers, but others are rooms, a limited-service restaurant
Rendering of the Serra Station development proposed near the Millbrae
train station. See SERRA, Page 18 concerned about the project’s
See HOTEL, Page 18
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2 Tuesday • Jan 29, 2019 FOR THE RECORD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Thought for the Day


“Love is an irresistible
desire to be irresistibly desired.”
— Robert Frost, American poet

This Day in History


The first inductees of baseball’s Hall

1936 of Fame, including Ty Cobb and Babe


Ruth, were named in Cooperstown,
New York.
In 1 8 2 0 , King George III died at Windsor Castle at age 81;
he was succeeded by his son, who became King George IV.
In  1 8 4 5 , Edgar Allan Poe’s famous narrative poem “The
Raven” (“Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered,
weak and weary ...”) was first published in the New York
Evening Mirror.
In  1 8 5 6 , Britain’s Queen Victoria introduced the Victoria
Cross to reward military acts of valor during the Crimean
War.
In 1 8 6 1 , Kansas became the 34th state of the Union.
In  1 8 6 3 , the Bear River Massacre took place as the U.S.
Army attacked Shoshone in present-day Idaho. The New
York Stock & Exchange Board changed its name to the New
York Stock Exchange.
In  1 9 1 9 , the ratification of the 18th Amendment to the
Constitution, which launched Prohibition, was certified by
Acting Secretary of State Frank L. Polk.
In 1 9 6 3 , the first charter members of the Pro Football Hall REUTERS
of Fame were named in Canton, Ohio (they were enshrined A participant practices ‘Mallakhamb’ (traditional Indian gymnastics) during a practice session for the upcoming competition
when the Hall opened in September 1963). Poet Robert to promote the sport in Ahmedabad, India.
Frost died in Boston at age 88.
In   1 9 7 5 , a bomb exploded inside the U. S. State
Department in Washington, causing considerable damage,
In other news ...
but injuring no one; the radical group Weather Underground Thirty-year-old orca dies protests this week outside SeaWorld’s driving nearly 150 miles before being
claimed responsibility. Orlando park to memorialize Kayla. arrested near the California line, author-
In  1 9 7 9 , President Jimmy Carter formally welcomed at SeaWorld’s Orlando park “While we recognize that it’s too late ities said Monday.
Chinese Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping to the White House, ORLANDO, Fla. — A 30-year-old orca to help her, it’s not too late to call atten- Tempe police said Kristina Howato,
following the establishment of diplomatic relations. died Monday at SeaWorld’s Orlando park tion to SeaWorld’s other orca prisoners, 39, was in her third trimester of preg-
In 1 9 8 4 ,  President Ronald Reagan announced in a nation- after a brief illness, company officials who must be released into seaside sanc- nancy and is survived by two other
ally broadcast message that he and Vice President George said. tuaries as soon as possible,” PETA said young children.
H.W. Bush would seek re-election in the fall. A cause of death won’t be known until in a statement. They say Fabian Durazo, 20, was
a post-mortem examination is conduct- being held at a La Paz County jail on
Stanford police suspicion of two counts of first-degree
Birthdays ed, according to SeaWorld.
Kayla began showing signs of dis- investigates sexual assault murder and one count each of kidnap-
comfort on Saturday, and veterinarians ping and armed robbery, authorities
STANFORD — Police at Stanford said.
began treating her based on what they University say they are investigating
found from a physical exam. Her condi- It was unclear Monday if Durazo has a
the sexual assault of a woman near stu- lawyer yet who could speak on his
tion worsened on Sunday and she was dent dormitories.
given around-the-clock care until her behalf.
University police spokesman Bill
death, park officials said. Howato was working early Sunday as
Larson said Monday officials have made
Kayla was among the last orcas at a Lyft driver when she received a pickup
no arrests in the assault reported on Jan.
SeaWorld’s Orlando park, as well as request in west Tempe, said Sgt. Ron
24 by an unidentified woman.
parks in California and Texas. Elcock, a police spokesman.
Officials didn’t say if the victim or
SeaWorld announced the end of its suspects are students. Durazo allegedly attacked Howato
Actor Tom Selleck Talk show host Actress Heather breeding program in March 2016, fol- when they arrived at an apartment com-
is 74. Oprah Winfrey is Graham is 49. Stanford police over the weekend sent
lowing years of pressure from animal an alert about the assault, saying the plex about a half-mile away and he fled
65. rights protests and shifting public in her SUV.
woman said a 21-year-old man she
Writer-composer-lyricist Leslie Bricusse is 88. Feminist opinion about orcas being held in cap- knows restrained her by force and Police officers responded to the apart-
author Germaine Greer is 80. Actress Katharine Ross is 79. tivity. The protests intensified after the touched her breasts and buttocks at ment complex about 1:30 a.m. after
Feminist author Robin Morgan is 78. Rhythm-and-blues release of the 2013 documentary around 1 a.m. Thursday. She filed a receiving reports of a woman screaming
singer Bettye LaVette is 73. Actor Marc Singer is 71. Actress “Blackfish,” which focused on the life report the next day. in the parking lot.
Ann Jillian is 69. Rock musician Louie Perez (Los Lobos) is of Tilikum, a killer whale responsible The alert sent Saturday asked anyone They found Howato suffering from
66. Rhythm-and-blues/funk singer Charlie Wilson is 66. for killing trainer Dawn Brancheau with information about the assault to multiple stab wounds. She was trans-
Actor Terry Kinney is 65. Country singer Irlene Mandrell is when he dragged her into a pool in front contact campus police. ported to a hospital where both she and
63. Actress Diane Delano is 62. Actress Judy Norton (TV: “The of shocked visitors in 2010. the unborn baby died.
Waltons”) is 61. Rock musician Johnny Spampinato is 60. The movie implied that killer whales Lyft rider arrested in killing Arizona Department of Public Safety
become more aggressive in captivity. officials used GPS tracking to locate
Olympic gold-medal diver Greg Louganis is 59. Rock musi-
SeaWorld has 20 orcas left at its of pregnant driver in Arizona the stolen SUV on Interstate 10 near
cian David Baynton-Power (James) is 58. Rock musician
Eddie Jackson (Queensryche) is 58. Actor Nicholas Turturro is parks. There are five in Orlando, five in TEMPE, Ariz. — A Lyft rider in subur- Quartzsite, about 25 miles from the
San Antonio, and 10 in San Diego. ban Phoenix stabbed his pregnant driv- Arizona-California line and Durazo
57. Rock singer-musician Roddy Frame (Aztec Camera) is 55.
The animal rights group PETA said its er, killing the woman and her unborn was taken into custody Sunday after-
Actor-director Edward Burns is 51. Actor Sam Trammell is 50.
members in Florida planned to hold two child before stealing her vehicle and noon.
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., is 49.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Tuesday • Jan 29, 2019 3


County logs property tax growth for seventh year Police reports
By Anna Schuessler cities, some 11 percent funded special dis- Can’t make this up
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Comment on tricts and 2 percent went to redevelopment Someone stole a box containing cos-
or share this story at successor agencies, according to the report. metic products left outside of a storage
www.smdailyjournal.com Topping the list of the highest-paying unit on Middlefield Road in unincor-
Reaching $2.6 billion in the 2017-18 fis- taxpayers last year was Pacific Gas & porated San Mateo County, it was
cal year, property taxes collected in San Electric, which was billed $25 million in reported at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.
Mateo County increased for the seventh years. the 2017-18 fiscal year. Genentech, United 15.
year in a row as properties’ assessed values “We haven’t seen such trends as we’re see- Airlines and Gilead Sciences received prop-
continue to rise countywide, according to a ing in the past 10 years,” she said. erty tax bills of $22.8 million, $19.8 mil-
property tax report released by county offi- According to a press release, total lion and $18.3 million, respectively. Also FOSTER CITY
cials Monday. assessed values and taxes in the county have included in the top 10 taxpayers last year
increased between 6 percent and 8 percent Arre s t . A San Francisco resident was
Largely due to property sales and new con- were Google, Facebook, Oracle, American arrested on East Hillsdale Boulevard and
struction, the total assessed value of proper- each year since fiscal year 2013-14. In the Airlines, lessor Slough BTC and real estate
2017-18 fiscal year, they resulted in some transported to San Mateo County Jail for
ties in the county reached $208 billion last firm Peninsula Innovation Partners, accord-
$2.1 billion levied from the 1 percent gen- conspiracy to commit a crime and grand
year, according to the report. ing to the report.
eral tax, $246 million from bonds and $263 theft, it was reported at 6:05 p.m. Monday,
Acknowledging the county logged assessed Tourel noted the diversity of industries
million from special charges, according to Jan. 21.
values of $143.3 billion in the 2008-09 fis- represented in the 10 top taxpayers, which
the report. B at t e ry . Someone was assaulted on
cal year, Assistant Controller Shirley Tourel were billed a total of $133.2 million, or 5.7
Of the $2.1 billion generated by the 1 per- Winward Way, it was reported at 8:35 p.m.
noted the year-over-year growth in assessed percent of the total taxes billed last year,
cent general tax, some 46 percent was dis- Sunday, Jan. 20.
value is reflected in the steady increases in shows the county’s tax base is broad and is
property tax revenue distributed to dozens tributed to school districts, 25 percent went not reliant on just a few companies for its Arres t. A San Mateo resident was arrested
of local government agencies in recent to the county, 16 percent was distributed to entire tax roll. on East Hillsdale Boulevard for being under
the influence of a controlled substance and
issued citations for driving with a suspended
Man faces lengthy prison term in South City shooting license and possession of narcotics para-
phernalia, it was reported 10:50 a. m.
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT On Jan. 24, Seegmiller allegedly set up a erated, allegedly sought help from staff at Sunday, Jan. 20.
deal to buy half a pound of marijuana from the elementary school after the shooting Arres t. An Illinois resident was arrested on
A South San Francisco man faces a another man, who met with Seegmiller in and was eventually taken to San Francisco Shell Boulevard for driving under the influ-
lengthy prison term on an attempted murder the backseat of a car parking on the 200 General Hospital to be treated for injuries ence, it was reported at 1:58 a.m. Sunday,
charge after he allegedly shot a man in an block of Camaritas Avenue, which is near Jan. 20.
effort to steal marijuana near two South San
See SHOOTING, Page 19
Buri Buri Elementary School and Alta Loma
Francisco schools Jan. 24, according to the Middle School, according to prosecutors
San Mateo County District Attorney’s and police.
Office. Seegmiller allegedly immediately pulled
When Miles Seegmiller, 20, appeared in out a revolver, shot the victim in the neck
court Monday, the county’s private defender and instructed his girlfriend to take the mar-
program was appointed to his case. He will ijuana, who grabbed it out of fear before
next appear in court Feb. 5 for appearance of they fled from the car, according to prosecu-
counsel and to set a preliminary hearing tors.
date, according to prosecutors. The shooting victim, whose chin was lac-
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4 Tuesday • Jan 29, 2019 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Police seek missing woman coastal mountain ranges. That storm is the closure. Pedestrian access will be unaf-
expected to taper off by Saturday morning. Local briefs fected, according to Caltrain.
San Mateo police are on the lookout for a Winds are expected to be 20-30 mph Caltrain electrification is scheduled to
40-year-old woman reported missing by her near two cars engulfed in flames in 2017 is
Friday, with gusts of up to 40-50 mph. facing 16 months in prison after he pleaded be operational by 2022. The project infor-
family Monday and who Showers are expected to linger Saturday. mation line can be reached at (650) 399-
was very despondent no contest to arson Monday, according to
No weather watches or warnings are current- the San Mateo County District Attorney’s 9659, and the e-mail is
when last heard from ly in effect. calmod@caltrain.com.
Friday. Office.
Despina Sahouria was Police officers found Aldo Cueto watch-
Pair sought in recent auto burglaries ing as two cars burned on the 1100 block Winners named at
last seen in San Mateo
Friday, Jan. 25, at around Police are asking for help in identifying of Parkwood Way in Redwood City Aug. Northern California
3 p.m. She has a connec- two persons of interest in a series of auto 27, 2017. Cueto, who had a lighter in his Bluegrass Awards in Redwood City
tion in Lakeport, burglaries on the west side of San Mateo pocket and a burn on one finger, was
earlier this month. caught on nearby surveillance footage The young Santa Cruz-based bluegrass
Despina California, and may be in
On Jan. 19, thieves targeted cars in the next to the two cars prior to incident, band  Blue Summit  ruled at the  2019
Sahouria the area. The mother of
area west of Alameda de las Pulgas to according to prosecutors previously. Northern California Bluegrass Awards
two children is described
Campus Drive and south of 28th Avenue to Further police investigation showed that in Redwood City Jan. 26.
as 5 feet 4 inches, 110 pounds, brown hair,
brown eyes and may be driving a gray 2013 West Hillsdale Boulevard, police said. Cueto, who lived on nearby Atherwood The popular group was voted  Best
Lexus RX 350 with a California license Thieves broke into the vehicles by Avenue, lit two rags on fire and stuffed Bluegrass Band, with individual awards
plate of 8GRW835, according to police. smashing windows, or possibly the cars them over the gas tank caps on each car, going to members  AJ Lee  (Best Female
were left unlocked, police said. according to prosecutors. Vocalist, Best Mandolin Player)
Rainy, windy weather set to return The suspects appear to be male, about 5 Out of custody on a $50,000 bail bond, and  Sullivan Tuttle (Best Male Vocalist,
feet 6 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall, with Cueto also admitted an allegation of a seri- Best Guitar Player). Lee lives in San Jose
After a few days of warmer weather and ous felony Monday and will next appear in and Tuttle in Palo Alto.
sunlight, rain is expected to return to the slender builds. One suspect was wearing a
distinctive small shoulder/backpack style court March 12 for receipt of a probation The 12th annual awards program was pre-
Bay Area by midweek, according to the report, according to prosecutors. sented by the  Northern California
National Weather Service. bag with reflective panels on the back.
The suspects were wearing lighter colored Cueto’s defense attorney Garen Nazarian Bluegrass Society  as a part of
The region’s local office in Monterey could not be immediately reached for com- the Bluegrass On Broadway Festival.
says a weak storm system from the north sweatpants, hooded sweatshirts, and what
appeared to be white tennis shoes. ment. Other winners included Sonia Shell (San
should hit Wednesday, followed by a heavier Jose),   Best Banjo Player, and  Lisa
Surveillance video and photos are available
and stronger system that will bring with it
at https://goo.gl/7YnJ7H. Temporary closures Burns (Mountain View), Best Bass Player,
high winds on Friday.
Meteorologist Spencer Tangen said the Anyone with information on the identi- at Broadway in Burlingame both of the hot new women’s band,  The
ties of the two men is asked to contact Sgt. Goat Hill Girls. Burns also performs
rainfall for Wednesday’s storm is expected Beginning at 10 p. m. Wednesday, with Sidesaddle & Co and Pick-A-Boo.
to be no more than 0.25 or less in the Lee Violett at (650) 522-7650 or by email at Caltrain will begin performing foundation
lviolett@cityofsanmateo.org. Anonymous Paul Knight  (Marshall) tied with Burns
region, and most areas might get no more installation work at the Broadway railroad for the bass award. Pete Hicks (Aromas), of
than 0.1 of an inch of rain. Heavier amounts tips can be submitted to crossing in Burlingame from 10 p. m.
http://tinyurl.com/SMPDTips or by calling the  Central Valley Boys  and  Bean
of rain are possible in the Sacramento Wednesday to 5 a.m. Thursday, according Creek,  tied with  Mark Wardenburg  (Palo
Valley. (650) 522-7676. to the rail agency. Alto) of the  Wildcat Mountain Ramblers,
Friday’s storm is expected to bring mod- The work is to facilitate the installation
erate to heavy rains at times, with 1-2 inch- Redwood City man of concrete foundations as part of Caltrain
Dark Hollow, and the  Pigs Foot String
Band, for the Best Fiddle Player honor.
es expected in the North Bay, 0.5-1 inch in accused of arson takes plea electrification. Illuminated and directional
Jim Mintun  continued his long run
the immediate Bay Area, 0.25-0.5 in the signs will direct vehicle traffic to use Oak
A 21-year-old Redwood City man charged as  Northern California’s Best Dobro
Monterey Bay area and 1-2 1/2 inches in the Grove Avenue as a detour on the night of
with two counts of arson after he was found Player.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Tuesday • Jan 29, 2019 5


State regulators clear way
for PG&E bankruptcy filing
By Sudhin Thanawala obtain credit and loans as part of any
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chapter 11 filing.
PG&E would normally need to go through
SAN FRANCISCO — California utility a longer approval process for such financ-
regulators on Monday removed a major hur- ing, but Monday’s decision exempted it
dle to a planned bankruptcy filing by Pacific from that requirement. The company had
Gas & Electric Corp. at a raucous, last- told the commission it would need the bank-
minute meeting where protesters repeatedly ruptcy financing to continue providing gas
denounced and spoke over members of the and electric service and funding wildfire pre-
panel. vention efforts. PG&E announced on Jan.
With protesters booing and shouting, 14 that it planned to file for bankruptcy in
“Shame,” four members of the California the face of at least $30 billion in potential
Public Utilities Commission voted unani- wildfire damages. The filing could come as
mously to allow PG&E to immediately soon as Tuesday.

REUTERS FILE PHOTO Sally Ann Berry Romani Obituaries


Marijuana is displayed in Los Angeles.
Sally Ann Berry Romani died peacefully
Unity Lutheran Church, 609 Southwood

California lawmakers seek tax Dec. 28, 2018, in Tunitas Creek, California.
Born in San Francisco
Nov. 25, 1961, Sally was
raised in Millbrae and
Drive, South San Francisco, CA 94080.
Interment will be private.

Eugene Ratto
cuts for sluggish pot industry
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS growth in the legal market here in
lived most of her life on
the San Mateo County
coast. From birth, she
was a pistol, with a con-
Eugene Ratto, born Feb. 3, 1952, died
Jan. 19, 2019, peacefully at home in South
San Francisco after a yearlong battle with
California.” tagious joy in life and an kidney cancer. He was surrounded by his
SAN FRANCISCO — California’s much- The sluggish sales were reflected in taxes unparalleled ability to wife of 40 years Sally and his daughters
hyped, year-old marijuana industry fell woe- collected and the state’s revised outlook. get into mischief. Sandra and Denise.
fully short of expectations in 2018 and indus- California officials said the state collected Vulnerable, sweet and exceedingly funny, Eugene worked at the law firm of Lynch,
try leaders blame their inability to compete $234 million in taxes between January and she lived with a free spirit and loved with an Gilardi & Grummer as the accounting man-
with the state’s robust black market, which October last year, the latest figures California open heart. ager for 33 years. He was predeceased by his
doesn’t pay the taxes and navigate the red Department of Tax and Fee Administration Sally is survived by her son Jesse Lee parents, Raymond and Marie Ratto and his
tape they do. has available. Hernandez, daughter Lucy Pape Kloepfer, sister Diane Mackey.
son-in-law John Kloepfer, and sisters Susan “Eugene was loved and will be missed by
So on Monday, several cannabis-industry Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget for
Lee Berry and Lynne Ellen Berry. numerous family and friends.”
supporting state lawmakers proposed to slash the fiscal year that ends June 30 estimates
Sally will be missed dearly by her family A memorial mass will be at St. Robert’s
taxes as a way to jump start California’s legal $355 million in annual tax revenues, a $275
and friends; but all take comfort in knowing Church, 1380 Crystal Springs Road in San
marijuana marketplace. million reduction from previous estimates.
she will be reunited with her beloved hus- Bruno 10:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1, 2019. In
Democrat Assemblyman Rob Bonta of Boosters of the legal pot industry said the lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the
band, John Noel Romani, her mother and
Oakland on Monday proposed to temporarily tax proposal was a good start, but that oner- charity of your choice.
father, Wanda and W.G. “Jerry” Berry, and
reduce the 15 percent tax consumers pay at the ous and costly regulations are also enticing Condolences may be offered to his family
Isabella, her Doberman sidekick.
retail counter to 11 percent and eliminate the growers and sellers to skip licensing and through Chapel of the Highlands, Millbrae
A church service will be 1 p.m. Monday,
$148 per pound of pot farmers pay for three remain selling marijuana illegally. (650) 588-5116.
Feb. 4, with a small celebration of life at
years. Bonta said the state’s legal marijuana “Lowering state excise taxes will help the
industry is “not occurring as we hoped, legal marijuana industry gain a better
expected and wanted.” foothold over the black market in
Analyst GreenEdge says legal California California,” said Ellen Komp of the pro-mari-
sales fell to $2.5 billion in 2018 from $3 bil- juana group California NORML. “It would
lion in 2017 when only medical marijuana also be helpful if the regulatory burden could
was legally available. be eased on producers hoping to enter the
“Excessive taxation hurts legal businesses licensed, regulated market.”
and consumers while spurring the illegal mar- Newly elected Democrat Treasurer Fiona
ket,” said Michael Ray, chief executive of Ma, who supported marijuana legislation
cannabis company Bloom Farms. “Lowering when she served in the Assembly, said
taxes is a step in the right direction towards Monday she supports the tax cut.

Houston police: Five officers Around the nation


injured in shooting, suspect dead hospital by helicopter, Gamaldi said.
HOUSTON — Five Houston officers were “Please keep them and their families in
injured in a shooting Monday in an incident your thoughts and prayers,” he said.
involving a suspect and taken to a hospital, A suspect was dead at the scene and SWAT
police said. officers were working to make sure no one
Houston police tweeted the officers were else was inside the building where the
“struck with gunfire following an encounter shooting took place, police said.
with a suspect” Monday afternoon in a Additional information on the suspect
neighborhood in southeast Houston. was not immediately available.
Joe Gamaldi, president of the Houston Both Turner and Police Chief Art Acevado
Police Officers’ Union, tweeted that two went to the hospital where the injured offi-
officers were in critical condition and the cers were taken, but didn’t immediately
other three in stable condition at Memorial comment to media there. They were sched-
Hermann-Texas Medical Center in Houston. uled to hold a news conference later Monday
One of the officers was transported to the evening.
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Trump, Pelosi agree on Feb. 5 for State of the Union


By Laurie Kellman about 12 minutes.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The House and Senate still must pass a
resolution officially inviting Trump to
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump speak to a joint session of Congress.
on Monday accepted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had postponed the speech, first as
Pelosi’s invitation to deliver his State of a “suggestion” and later, after Trump
the Union speech on Feb. 5, a week later declared his intent to appear anyway, as a
than originally scheduled because of the formal rescission. The president then
partial government shutdown. refused to allow her to lead a delegation
“It is my great honor to accept,” Trump overseas on the military jets he commands.
said in a letter to Pelosi. “We have a great The president said he was considering an
story to tell and yet, great goals to “alternative” plan.
achieve!” Finally, last Friday, Trump capitulated.
The speech had initially been scheduled All sides agreed to fund the government
for Jan. 29, but Pelosi postponed it amid through Feb. 15 to give negotiators time to
what turned into a 35-day partial govern- discuss border security. And on Monday,
ment shutdown over Trump’s demand for Pelosi confirmed the State of the Union was
border wall funding. It was the first known back on — on her schedule.
time that a speaker had rescinded an invita- The Constitution states only that the
tion to deliver the State of the Union. president “shall from time to time give to
“When I wrote to you on January 23rd, I the Congress Information of the State of the
stated that we should work together to find a Union,” meaning the president can speak
mutually agreeable date when government anywhere he chooses or give his update in
has reopened to schedule this year’s State of REUTERS FILE PHOTO writing.
the Union address,” Pelosi wrote. “In our Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi arrives to sign legislation during an enrollment ceremony But a joint address in the House chamber,
conversation today, we agreed on February before sending it to Donald Trump for his signature. in front of lawmakers from both parties, the
5th. Supreme Court justices and invited guests,
“Therefore,” she continued, “I invite you February 5, 2019 in the House Chamber.” and president had spoken by phone Monday provides the kind of grand backdrop that is
to deliver your State of the Union address Pelosi’s office and the White House told afternoon. A Pelosi spokesman said she hard to mimic and that this president, espe-
before a Joint Session of Congress on the Associated Press that the House speaker placed the call at 3:55 p.m. and it lasted cially, enjoys.

Mueller probe is ‘close to being completed,’ acting AG says


By Michael Balsamo and Chad Day whether President briefed” on the probe. Whitaker has drawn criticism for not
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Donald Trump’s cam- Whitaker did not elab- recusing himself from the Russia investiga-
paign coordinated with orate or give any tion, even though he has publicly criticized
Russia during the 2016 timetable for the end of a it in the past. A top Justice Department
WASHINGTON — The special counsel’s presidential election. nearly two-year investi- ethics official advised him to step aside out
Russia probe is “close to being completed,” “The investigation is, gation that has shadowed of an “abundance of caution,” but Whitaker
the acting attorney general said Monday in I think, close to being Trump’s presidency. declined to do so.
the first official sign that the investigation completed, ” Whitaker So far, special counsel According to Justice Department regula-
may be wrapping up. said Monday at the end of Robert Mueller has tions, Mueller has to provide a report to the
Acting Attorney General Matthew an unrelated news confer-
Whitaker’s comments were a departure for Matthew Robert Mueller charged 34 people, attorney general at the conclusion of his
Whitaker ence in Washington. He including several close investigation laying out his prosecution
the Justice Department, which rarely com- said he had been “fully to the president. But he has yet to accuse decisions.
ments on the state of the investigation into anyone close to the Trump campaign of But it’s unclear what form the report will
conspiring with the Kremlin to hurt take or whether it will be released publicly.
Democrat Hillary Clinton and help Trump And depending on when Mueller wraps
win the election. up, the report may not go to Whitaker.
Whitaker, who is seen as a Trump ally, Trump has nominated William Barr to serve
took over the Justice Department — and as the next attorney general.
oversight of the Mueller probe — after for- His confirmation hearing was held this
mer Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned month and he’s awaiting a vote in the
at Trump’s request in November. Senate.
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Immigration courts may
be backlogged for years
By Deepti Hajela and Olga R. Rodriguez
TH ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — The nation’s immigration courts were


severely backlogged even before the government shut-
down. Now it could take years just to deal with the delays
caused by the five-week impasse, attorneys say.
With the shutdown finally over, the courts reopened
Monday morning to immigrants seeking asylum or other-
wise trying to stave off deportation, and hearings were held
for the first time since late December. Court clerks scram-
bled to deal with boxes and boxes of legal filings that
arrived after the doors opened.
Over 86,000 immigration court hearings were canceled
during the standoff, the biggest number in California, fol-
lowed by Texas and New York, according to an estimate from
REUTERS FILE PHOTO
the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at
Donald Trump pauses as he announces a deal to end the partial government shutdown. Syracuse University. It estimates the courts have more than
800,000 pending cases overall.

Shutdown 2.0? Trump has The shutdown over President Donald Trump’s demand for
funding for a border wall to keep out migrants has only
added to the delays in the system, where cases can already
take years to be resolved, said Jennifer Williams, deputy

reasons to avoid a repeat


By Andrew Taylor seem unlikely that Trump would attempt Wednesday, will be centered on the
attorney in charge of the immigration law unit at Legal Aid
in New York City.
“They’re going to be playing catch-up for years,” she
said.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS another shutdown strategy after the last polarizing question of what border The shutdown did not affect hearings for immigrants
one blew up in his face. Capitol Hill security projects should be funded in a being held in immigration detention. It also had no bearing
WASHINGTON — President Donald Republicans, especially in the Senate, package for Homeland Security. For on applications for green cards and U.S. citizenship, which
Trump learned over the past month a have little appetite for a reprise. both parties, as well as the hundreds of are handled by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
valuable Washington lesson that old- With the government funded for thousands of federal workers returning and are funded by filing fees.
timers like House Speaker Nancy three weeks, it’s up to a group of House Monday from unpaid furloughs, there The cancellations were bad news for the many asylum
Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader and Senate negotiators from the pow- is no guarantee of an easy resolution. applicants who have been waiting years to win approval so
Mitch McConnell learned long ago: erful Appropriations Committee to try “In the past, when the president has that they can bring loved ones to this country. It could be
Shutdowns never work. to iron out a deal under the close watch stayed out of it, when the president has years before they are given new court dates, immigration
After beating a retreat and agreeing of top leaders including Pelosi, given Congress room, we have been attorneys said.
last week to end the shutdown on McConnell and Senate Minority repeatedly able to forge bipartisan But for those with weak asylum cases, the canceled hear-
Pelosi’s terms — with no money for his Leader Chuck Schumer. Pelosi, D- agreements, including two budget ings could be a good thing, enabling them to keep on liv-
oft-promised U.S.-Mexico border wall Calif., was a longtime member of the agreements. When the president ing in the U.S. and fend off deportation for now.
— it’s difficult to imagine Trump get- panel before rising into leadership, injects maximalist partisan demands A spokeswoman for the Executive Office for Immigration
ting anywhere near his $5.7 billion and McConnell, R-Ky., still sits on it. into the process, negotiations tend to Review, the part of the Justice Department that oversees the
demand for wall funding in an upcoming Both of them know how to cut a deal. fall apart, ” Schumer, D-N. Y. , said immigration courts, could not immediately say how many
round of negotiations. And it would But the talks, set to begin Monday. hearings were delayed or when they would be rescheduled.

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Heavy snow hitting parts of Midwest; dangerous cold coming


By Ivan Moreno said. “When you think about it in that sense,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that’s a big ‘whoa.”’
Cold weather advisories are in effect across
MILWAUKEE — Heavy snow and powerful a broad swath of the central U.S., from North
wind created blizzardlike conditions Monday Dakota to Missouri and spanning into Ohio.
across parts of the Midwest, prompting offi- Temperatures will be as many as 20 degrees
cials to cancel about 1,000 flights at below average in parts of the Upper Great
Chicago’s airports and close hundreds of Lakes region and Upper Mississippi Valley,
schools. But forecasters warned the most according to the National Weather Service.
dangerous weather is yet to come: frigidly The unusually frigid weather is attributed
low temperatures that the region hasn’t seen to a sudden warming way above the North
in a quarter century. Pole. A sudden blast of warm air from mis-
Snowplow drivers had trouble keeping up placed Moroccan heat last month made the
with the snow in Minnesota and Wisconsin, normally super chilly air temperatures 20
where some areas got as much as 15 inches. miles above the North Pole rapidly rise
Chicago-area commuters woke up to heavy about 125 degrees. That split the polar vor-
snowfall, with more than 5 inches already on tex into pieces, which then started to wander,
the ground. In Michigan, non-essential gov- according to Judah Cohen, a winter storm
ernment offices were closed, including the expert for Atmospheric Environmental
Capitol. Research, a commercial firm outside Boston.
But the snow is only “part one, and maybe HILLARY TAN One of those polar vortex pieces is responsi-
even the easier part” because temperatures Snow in Columbia, Mo., in this still image obtained from a social media video. ble for the sub-zero temperatures across the
will plummet over the next three days, said Midwest this week.
Brian Hurley, a meteorologist with the ening.” Minnesota temperatures could hit The potentially record-breaking low tem- Homeless shelters were preparing for the
Weather Prediction Center. minus 30 degrees with a wind chill of nega- perature forecast in Milwaukee is negative onslaught of cold. The Milwaukee Rescue
Wednesday is expected to be the worst. tive 60. “You’re talking about frostbite and 28 degrees, with a wind chill as low as nega- Mission’s call volume was “unusually high,”
Wind chills in northern Illinois could fall to hypothermia issues very quickly, like in a tive 50. The current record of minus 26 but there should still be enough beds for
negative 55 degrees, which the National matter of minutes, maybe seconds,” Hurley degrees was set in 1996. those who need them, said the mission’s
Weather Service called “possibly life threat- said. “That’s 40 degrees below normal,” Hurley president, Pat Vanderburgh.

Duke moves to reassure grad versity data. Duke also partners with Wuhan crucial two-day round of trade talks between
Around the nation University on Duke Kunshan University in the United States and China are scheduled to
students after Chinese complaint China, which began enrolling students in begin in Washington. Trade analysts say
other politicians.
DURHAM, N. C. — Duke University “Duke’s engagement with China, with 2014. they could dim prospects for a break-
moved quickly Monday to offer apologies, Chinese students and with Chinese scholars through.
launch an investigation and reassure a core is broad, deep and longstanding,” Duke Vice US charges Chinese tech The sweeping indictments accuse the
group of graduate scholars after a medical President for Public Affairs Michael giant Huawei, top executive company of using extreme efforts to steal
school administrator sent an email warning Schoenfeld said in an interview Monday. trade secrets from American businesses —
Chinese students to speak in English. “We deeply regret that this particular inci- WASHINGTON — The Justice Department including trying to take a piece of a robot
The administrator’s message — which dent might have compromised the very unsealed criminal charges Monday against from a T-Mobile lab.
suggested students could face consequences valuable and mutually beneficial relation- Chinese tech giant Huawei, a top company The executive charged is Huawei’s chief
— came at a time when Duke and other elite ship that Duke has with its Chinese stu- executive and several subsidiaries, alleging financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, who was
U. S. universities are working hard to dents.” the company stole trade secrets, misled arrested in Canada last month. The U.S. is
remain attractive to top international stu- Across all of Duke’s graduate and profes- banks about its business and violated U.S. seeking to extradite her, alleging she com-
dents despite negative rhetoric toward for- sional programs, 1,300 of about 8,500 stu- sanctions. mitted fraud by misleading banks about
eigners by President Donald Trump and dents come from China, according to uni- The charges were announced just before a Huawei’s business dealings in Iran.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL OPINION Tuesday • Jan 29, 2019 9


Letters to the editor The importance
Is the Peninsula Health
Care District listening?
Editor,
from the heavens for no rhyme or
reason (sure).
Now would be a good time to go
for a state takeover but with the
ing place for families, especially on
weekends and woven into the fabric
of San Bruno life.
The original plan the district pre-
of border security
A
Is the Peninsula Health Care shareholders remaining in the pic- sented a few years ago included park- few weeks back, I read an article online about a
District (PHCD), a public entity, ture so as to prevent a financial ing for one car per housing unit. The couple found dead in their south Reno home.
really listening to its constituents? hemorrhage for the state. Sort of Crestmoor site has one road in and The couple, Gerald David, 81, and his wife,
At the Thursday, Jan. 24, meeting of back to the pre-deregulation era out. The possibility of adding hun- Sharon David, 80, were beloved members of their
the Peninsula Health Care District, where the financial incentives for dreds of vehicles to an already park- Washoe County community where they had lived since
members of the public assembled to the CEOs would be tied to perform- ing-crowed neighborhood will not 1986.
support building affordable housing ance and quality of service delivered Both were active members of the local rodeo circuit in
be well received. I don’t think Mr.
on 8 acres of PHCD-controlled land and not shareholder results and bot- Reno. Jerry had served as president of the Reno Rodeo
Friedman would like this to happen
at the old Peninsula Hospital. tom lines. Yes that was the era of Association in 2006. His wife, known by friends as
Before hearing public comments, to his neighborhood in Burlingame. Sherri, was also an active member. The couple were
Erin Brockovitch and corporate arro-
one of the board members wanted to gance but that need not be repeated. I hope the SMUHSD board will found dead in their home, shot to death by an intruder.
tell a personal story. He related We could task the new PG&E with very carefully consider the future of As I read about them, read their stories as told by friends
when his teenage son had wanted a grid maintenance and backup service the Crestmoor site as it relates to and associates, and as I looked at the many pictures of
car. The teen’s persistence to him not selling power. Go with massive the needs of San Bruno as well as them taken at rodeo events with friends, a feeling of
was “background noise” and resulted solar and wind delivery becoming what action is in the best interest of great sadness came over me. I
in prolonging getting what he want- increasingly available at a cheaper all staff in that district. never knew this couple, but to
ed. After this admonishment, the rate than fossil fuels. It could maxi- see the tragic way they had
public was invited to make com- mize the rate of buyback from resi- Judith Puccini been killed was heart-wrench-
ments. dential producers instead of having ing.
San Bruno At the time the story came
PHCD appears to be tired of hear- solar installers telling folks to not
ing constituents’ voices — voices put too many panels on their roof as out, Washoe County Sheriff
raised in unison that the public land Darin Balaam, along with fed-
they control should be used for the
they won’t see a break even above a California ‘roundabout’ eral officials, were being
certain amount.
public good — affordable housing Editor, tight-lipped about their inves-
Go all out for renewables and
for the most vulnerable. These voic- Blame goes to me for not attend- tigation. Why the involve-
maintain connectivity infrastructure
es include several mayors, coun- ing any of the public meetings that ment of federal officials? As it
with gas backup only when needed, turned out, the suspect in the
cilmembers, state Sen. Jerry Hill, invest and encourage massive bat- occurred prior to the adoption of the
murder of the couple is a man
Assemblyman Kevin Mullin and tery packs both residential and utili- project which surely will be known
by the name of Wilber Ernesto
Matt Grocott
Congresswoman Jackie Speier, ty sized. Rearrange the incentives to as “Burlingame’s Folly.”
along with nonprofit agencies. Martinez-Guzman, a citizen of El Salvador who is in the
accomplish all that and then just Instead of placing this expensive country illegally.
Most of the public knows nothing count our envious neighbors around roundabout where it is now, it would
about PHCD; they rarely encounter If it proves to be that Martinez-Guzman is the murder-
the world. It’s all possible and actu- have made more sense to place it er, the deaths of Gerald and Sharon David will be a dou-
audience members at all, much less ally the best logic going forward. 500 feet south, across from the ble tragedy, as has been the case for hundreds of
passionate ones. They maintain doughnut shop and before American citizens. On social media, I have seen the pic-
strong resistance to changing their Burlingame Avenue — that would
Mike Caggiano tures of many, many citizens killed by someone who
course — instead planning to build
have made it easier for all vehicles was in the country without legal status, most often by
market-rate housing for wealthy sen- San Mateo
(bikes/buses and cars/trucks) to gunshot or a DUI collision. More locally, of course, we
iors — something already provided are aware of Kate Steinle who, on July 1, 2015, was
by the market. make a left toward Washington Park
shot dead while enjoying a day out with her father and a
PHCD has a great opportunity to Crestmoor site and housing and/or a left/right back onto
friend at Pier 14 in San Francisco. The shooter, José
create a masterpiece of affordable California Drive.
Editor, Inez García Zárate, was also in the country illegally.
housing that would be a boon to the Where the soon to be finished
On Jan. 24, the San Mateo Union Why do I describe these as double tragedies? Because
health of seniors and workers in our roundabout is, with special mention
High School District Board of while they did happen in a tragic way, they did not have
area. We will persist in that vision, Trustees had a discussion on the to reader J. Martin (printed on Jan.
to happen, and it is a tragedy that our government has
and we hope PHCD will hear our the future of building teacher housing 25) for his safety observations, been doing less than it could to keep us safe. If the gov-
community’s voice and do the right and its placement; e.g., at the does not make it any easier/safer for ernment had done its job to properly and adequately pro-
thing. Crestmoor school site with 100-150 pedestrians to go east/west crossing tect our southern border, the deaths of these American
units. Only one trustee, Linda Lees California Drive near ‘Stacks.’ You citizens would not have occurred as they did.
Cynthia Cornell Dwyer, seemed concerned about sell- could have placed a four-way stop Since late December, the debate about border security
Burlingame ing school property and then using sign near Stacks and solved the and building a wall has had our government frozen in a
The letter writer is the founder of those proceeds for a project that same safety issue. stalemate. Some blame our president; others blame the
Housing For All Burlingame. would not benefit all teachers and Burlingame could have saved a ton speaker of the House and her party, the Democrats. My
staff in the district. of money to be used for other proj- view is that there is plenty of blame to go around but
Trustee Mark Friedman was pro- ects, e.g., additional law enforce- the focus should not be on the president, despite his
moting teacher housing at the ment, parking lots, etc. Instead the words to Sen. Charles Schumer and Speaker Nancy
PG&E bankruptcy Crestmoor site as a benefit to San only beneficiaries of this are the Pelosi that if a shutdown occurred, he would take full
Bruno schools’ enrollment. This was responsibility. It seems to me he is taking full respon-
Editor, additional Park and Recreation gar-
a disingenuous statement consider- sibility by offering solutions and trying his best to
PG&E what to do? It’s bankrupt deners who will be taken away from
ing his lack of support initially for solve a problem he did not create but simply inherited.
for sure so how best to go forward? I other pressing duties to tend to If any other party is to be included in the blame, it
would think that now California has a bond to rebuild San Bruno schools these mounds of scrubs. would be the former House speaker Paul Ryan, and many
had its romance with “deregulation” to retain and attract new families.
of his Republican peers. They, after all, were in a posi-
and the near immediate assault by The Crestmoor site has soccer
tion to take full action on this problem when they were
the corporate criminals of Enron fields that hundreds of San Bruno Peter H. Deutsch in control of the House and the Senate before the mid-
etc. followed almost instantaneous- children use which would likely be term elections.
ly by “blackouts” that seemed to fall lost. This is a long-standing gather- Burlingame
Regarding the wall or a barrier as an element of border
security, some who were willing to fund it in the past are
OUR MISSION: now arguing that it is not necessary. They speak of
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most smarter ways to secure the border using drones, cameras
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Stocks slide on slow growth in China


By Damian J. Troise DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS recession took its toll on the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stock market at the end of 2018,
High: 24,596.98 and the S&P 500 fell nearly 20
NEW YORK — Stock indexes Low: 24,323.94 percent between setting its record
sank Monday after twin announce- Close: 24,528.22 on Sept. 20 and Christmas Eve.
ments highlighted how much Change: -208.98 In Europe, the threat of a contin-
China’s slowing economic OTHER INDEXES ued economic slowdown has been
growth is hurting profits for U.S. hanging over what is an already
S&P 500: 2643.85 -20.91 contentious situation with
companies.
Caterpillar, a bellwether for NYSE Index: 12,065.11 -62.14 Britain’s expected departure from
industrial companies, reported Nasdaq: 7085.68 -79.18 the European Union in March.
fourth-quarter earnings that fell NYSE MKT: 2489.79 +17.87 Economic growth in Europe
well short of analysts’ expecta- Russell 2000: 1473.54 -9.32 slowed in the last half of 2018 and
tions and said that it expects con- Wilshire 5000: 27,384.23 -196.01 indicators at the start of this year
struction-equipment sales growth have been weak.
in China to be flat in 2019 follow- 10-Yr Bond: 2.74 -0.00 The British FTSE 100 lost 0.9
ing years of significant growth. Oil (per barrel): 52.19 -1.50 percent, while the French CAC 40
Chipmaker Nvidia, meanwhile, Gold : 1,303.00 +4.90 fell 0.8 percent and the German
cited slowing demand in China as Dax lost 0.6 percent. In Asia,
one of the reasons for slashing its slowest economic growth last month when it warned of lagging punitive tariffs imposed by both Japan’s Nikkei 225 index fell 0.6
forecast for fourth-quarter revenue. year since 1990, and the impact is sales in China. sides. However, they expect gaps percent. The Hang Seng in Hong
Wall Street had already been fix- being felt widely among the many Kristina Hooper, chief global to remain on key problems such as Kong and South Korea’s Kospi
ated on the effects of China’s U.S. companies that rely on China market strategist at Invesco, China’s blueprint for state-led were both virtually flat.
slowdown, particularly with trade for sales, especially industrial and expects a “widespread” impact development of leading technolo- In the commodities market, U.S.
tensions high between technology companies. China from the global slowdown and said gies crude oil fell 3.2 percent to settle
Washington and Beijing, and the accounts for 5.5 percent of all rev- Apple was “the canary in the coal The trade meeting is just one of at $51.99 per barrel in New York.
announcements sent the technolo- enue for S&P 500 companies, sec- mine.” several big events that could Brent crude, used to price interna-
gy and industrial sectors to sharp ond-most in the world after the swing markets in a busy week. tional oils, fell 2.8 percent to
losses. They helped drag the S&P United States, according to “This, if nothing else, is put- Also upcoming are a meeting by $59.93 per barrel.
500 down 20.91 points, or 0.8 FactSet. ting more emphasis and focus on the Federal Reserve on interest The price of oil did not have a
percent, to 2,643.85. U.S.-China trade talks this week,” rates, the U.S. jobs report and big reaction to the Trump adminis-
Nvidia and Caterpillar fell to the she said.
The Dow Jones industrial aver- earnings reports from about a quar- tration imposing sanctions
sharpest losses in the S&P 500,
age fell 208.98, or 0.8 percent, to Talks aimed at resolving the ter of all the companies in the Monday on the state-owned oil
with drops of 13.8 percent and 9.1
24,528.22, the Nasdaq composite impasse over Chinese technology S&P 500 index. company of Venezuela.
percent, respectively.
lost 79.18, or 1.1 percent, to policy and other issues are due to Investors are hoping for encour- Wholesale gasoline fell 4.1 per-
7,085.68 and the Russell 2000 Tech giants Microsoft and Apple resume in Washington this week. aging clues that interest rates will cent to $1.33 a gallon. Heating
index of small-cap stocks dropped were also weighed down by China Analysts say there might be remain low enough and job growth oil lost 2.9 percent to $1.84 a gal-
9.32, or 0.6 percent, to 1,473.54. concerns. Microsoft fell 2 per- moves to trim China’s massive strong enough so as to avoid a lon and natural gas dropped 8.4
China, the world’s second- cent, and Apple shed 0.9 percent. trade surplus with the U.S. that recession. Fear of a potential percent to $2.91 per 1,000 cubic
largest economy, generated its Apple shook markets earlier this could stave off further hikes in feet.

Fed likely to send reassuring note of patience on rate hikes


By Martin Crutsinger remaining It’s possible, too, that the Fed process or end it sooner than now on the Fed’s policymaking com-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tame, the and Powell may signal that they’re envisioned. Doing so would help mittee have been clear in suggest-
rationale to at least considering taking anoth- keep a lid on loan rates and help ing that they’re in no rush to raise
WASHINGTON — Chairman tighten credit er step soon to avoid exerting support the economy. rates again after having done so
Jerome Powell is likely to refer has become upward pressure on loan rates: The The note of patience about rate nine times over the past three
this week to a word he’s been less com- central bank may decide to slow hikes that the Fed has been signal- years. Besides invoking the word
using to describe the Federal pelling. the pace at which it’s shrinking ing marks a reversal from a theme “patient” to describe the Fed’s out-
Reserve’s latest approach to inter- When its lat- the huge portfolio of Treasury and Powell had sounded at a news con- look toward future hikes, Powell
est rates: “Patient.” est policy mortgage bonds it purchased after ference after the Fed’s previous has stressed there’s no “preset
With pressures on the U. S. Jerome Powell meeting ends the 2008 financial crisis — pur- policy meeting in December. In course” for rate increases. The Fed,
economy rising — a global slow- Wednesday, the chases that helped keep long-term that appearance, he left open the in other words, will tailor its rate
down, a trade war with China, Fed is expected to keep its key loan rates low. possibility that the Fed would policy to the latest economic data.
slowing corporate earnings, a short-term rate unchanged at a The Fed has been gradually continue to tighten credit this “With the muted inflation read-
nervous stock market — the range of 2.25 percent to 2.5 per- reducing its bond portfolio, a year. The chairman’s message ings we have seen coming in, we
Powell Fed has been signaling cent. Its benchmark rate influ- move that has likely contributed upset investors, who had expected will be patient as we watch to see
that it’s in no hurry to resume rais- ences many loan rates for busi- to higher borrowing rates. But at a more reassuring theme, and sent how the economy evolves, ”
ing rates after having done so four nesses and consumers, including some point, to avoid weakening stock prices tumbling. Powell said this month in
times in 2018. And with inflation mortgages. the economy, it could slow that Since then, Powell and others Atlanta.

For young investors, jumpy market presents first big test


By Stan Choe 20 percent drop in the S&P 500 So how did they do? The answer phy is an unquestionably good more stocks at lower prices,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS index from late September is crucial because these younger thing. Given enough years, according to data from broker-
through Christmas Eve was a savers are on the hook to pay for stocks have gone on to recover ages.
NEW YORK — After gliding reminder of the fear that gripped more of their retirements than from every one of their past At Fidelity, for example, mil-
through years where stocks markets during the 2008 finan- their parents or grandparents. declines. lennial investors put in twice as
mostly just rose, a generation of cial crisis, though not as bad. The fear was that many would Early indications are that mil- many buy as sell orders for
investors last year suddenly con- But for many investors in their panic at their first brush with a lennial investors generally stocks and stock funds during the
fronted a hard financial truth: 20s and early 30s, it was the first severe downturn, sell their avoided panic. And not only are last three months of 2018, when
Stocks are risky and can plunge test of their mettle since they stocks and lock in the losses. they still participating, but the S&P 500 plunged 14 percent
at any moment. opened 401(k) and brokerage Investing is an area where many many embraced the volatility and for its worst quarterly perform-
For older investors, the nearly accounts. experts say a participation tro- saw it as an opportunity to buy ance in nearly seven years.

Koch group touts education Business brief


push on curriculum, technology coalition that will include outreach to teach-
INDIAN WELLS — Officials with the pow- ers. “It includes investments in curriculum to
erful political network led by conservative better support teachers and students, new
billionaire Charles Koch said Monday that technology to help families find the right
they are promoting a state-level education options for their kids, and in public policy
strategy that they hope educators and teach- reforms that begin to get at the root causes
ers unions will support. and not just the symptoms of the challenges
The Koch network is launching a new we see in the education system today,”
group next month that will focus on 15 mil- Hooks said.
lion kindergarten through 12th-grade stu- The announcement was made during a pri-
dents in five unnamed states, chairman Brian vate retreat for wealthy donors who have
Hooks said. committed to giving at least $100,000
Hooks didn’t give details on the policy annually to the sprawling Koch network of
priorities but said the initiative will focus on political, policy, educational and philan-
curriculum, technology and uniting a broad thropic organizations.
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Tuesday • Jan. 29, 2019

Longtime football coach out at Terra Nova


A
fter 11 seasons with the Terra community, I thank was given for not bringing him back.
Nova football program, him for his years of “I was kind of hit with a bomb Friday,”
including the last five as head service to the Terra he said.
coach, Tim Adams will not be return- Nova football pro- The 2018 season marked Adams’ 11th
ing in 2019 as the school has decided gram. season with the program. He spent the
not to bring him back. We will begin the first six years as the offensive coordina-
Friday, Terra Nova principal Megan process of hiring a tor/co-head coach under former longtime
Carey sent an email out to players and new football coach coach Bill Gray.
parents saying: “I am writing to noti- immediately.” During his time as the offensive coordi-
fy you that Coach Adams will not be Adams said he was nator, the Tigers compiled a Peninsula
returning as the Terra Nova Varsity called to the princi- Athletic League record of 26-6, going
Football Coach. He will continue to pal’s office Friday undefeated in Bay Division play three
serve as a Physical Education teacher afternoon, “and told times and winning five straight division
Tim Adams served as head coach of the Terra at Terra Nova. I would no longer be
Nova football team for 11 years. On behalf of the entire Terra Nova the head football coach.” He said no reason See LOUNGE, Page 14

Dubs 132, Pacers 100

‘Junior’ comes up clutch


Pedemonte scores Athlete of the Week
first varsity goals in
key games for SSF
By Terry Bernal
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

His named is Eduardo Pedemonte. But you


can call him “Junior.”
Pedemonte’s wasn’t a name that had gained
too much traction for the South City boys’
soccer team prior to last week. The sopho-
more midfielder has been starting all year in
his first varsity season, sure. Despite being
one of the fastest players on the Warriors’
squad, however, he hadn’t scored any points
—  entering last week’s pivotal two-game
stretch of Peninsula Athletic League Bay BRIAN SPURLOCK/USA TODAY SPORTS
Division play with no goals and no assists. Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins dunks
Now, with South City’s 1-1 tie against against the Pacers during the fourth quarter
Woodside, followed by a dramatic 1-0 win Monday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
over first-place Menlo-Atherton,
Pedemonte has two goals to his credit, with
both coming in key spots to earn him Daily
Journal Athlete of the Week honors.
Dubs power to
“That kid has energy,” South City assis-
tant coach Manny Rodriguez said. “That kid
has heart.”
These virtues translated into two goals
11th straight
By Michael Marot
when the Warriors needed them the most. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Currently in second place in the PAL Bay
Division, South City was facing a potential INDIANAPOLIS — Steph Curry’s first-half
landslide last Wednesday in trailing Woodside shooting clinic was virtually flawless.
1-0 in the second half. A loss to the seventh- His championship teammates pitched in,
place Wildcats would have been debilitating, too.
not just emotionally, but also in the stand- Curry scored 23 of his 26 points in the first
ings as it would have sunk the Warriors seven half Monday and Golden
points back of M-A in the standings. State ran away with a 132-
That’s when Pedemonte stepped up, taking 100 rout at Indiana for its
a cross pass from junior Marlon Lopez to league-leading 11th con-
boom a shot from approximately 25 yards secutive victory. The two-
out, burying it for the first goal of his varsi- time defending champi-
ty career. ons still aren’t satisfied.
“I really didn’t know how to react, ” “I feel like we can,”
Pedemonte said. “It was a crazy moment. I Curry said when asked if
just turned around and saw everyone running
towards me. It was pretty surreal.” TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Steph Curry the Warriors can get even
South City sophomore Eduardo ‘Junior’ Pedemonte at Monday’s practice after scoring his first better. “We’re not play-
See AOTW, Page 12 two varsity goals last week, each coming in crucial situations for the contending Warriors. ing perfect basketball, by any stretch, but
we’re playing consistent, focused basketball
and we’re still working out some kinks with

Media night mosh pit rotations and stuff like that.”


It’s a scary thought for the rest of the
league, especially after the two-time MVP
By Barry WIlner Some Los Angeles Rams players and turned in another head-turning performance.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS coach Sean McVay sat at podiums Curry made his first eight shots and his
Monday night, answering questions first six 3-pointers, including a demoralizing
ATLANTA — Super Bowl Media ranging from serious to outrageous. Other 27-foot buzzer-beater that gave the Warriors
Night is the NFL’s version of a rock Rams were spread across the mosh pit of a a 69-48 halftime lead. He finished 10 of 13
concert, with player interviews rather floor at the State Farm Arena, dealing from the field with six rebounds, three assists
than music. with the microphones and TV cameras and and two steals in just 27 minutes.
It’s a Mardi Gras party, complete the noise bouncing through the building. DeMarcus Cousins had a season-high 22
with the costumes. This is the start of the biggest week points on a night five players scored in dou-
It’s a slow-motion stampede con- in American football? KIRBY LEE/USA TODAY SPORTS ble figures and the Warriors had 39 assists.
ducted mostly by quasi-media members Tom Brady during Opening Night for Super Bowl LIII
or outright impostors. See NFL, Page 14 Monday at State Farm Arena. See DUBS, Page 16
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D
finish in the finals by finishing off Silver
y l an McAdams , Terra No v a
bo y s ’ bas ketbal l . Before the
Honor roll Creek’s Juliannah Bolli with four seconds
Tigers were forced to hold off South City. Her cross on a corner kick set up Ang i e Bauti s ta, Anna Smi th and remaining in the final round.
Westmoor for a hotly con- Reese McKeon’s for the game’s opening Fo l a Aki no l a, M-A Ry an Mi l es -Ferg us o n, San Mateo
tested 58-54 win last goal. Benway then put together a goal-of- g i rl s ’ wres tl i ng . The bo y s ’ bas ketbal l . The senior guard
Friday, McAdams and his the-year run when she rode a South City Bears endured a heart- eclipsed the 30-point mark for the second
squad enjoyed quite the fast player off the ball 70 yards from goal and breaker Saturday at the time this season, going for 33 in a 51-46 win
start. Terra Nova outscored proceeded to sprint past the defense and Lady Baler Bash in over Woodside. It was the Bearcats’ first PAL
Westmoor 19-3 in the first bury her shot in the far right corner. Hollister, settling for South win of the season. He followed that
quarter. And while the Rams Emi l i a Do ug h e rt y , No t re Dame - second place in the field with 14 points in a 55-39 loss to Hillsdale.
shot 1 for 14 from the field Bel mo nt g i rl s ’ bas ketbal l . The senior of 60 teams. M-A (185 As hl ey Tri erwei l er, Carl mo nt g i rl s ’
during that stretch, wing scored a game-high 18 points to lead points) finished a mere bas ketbal l . The Lady Scots have climbed
McAdams was content to the Tigers to a 47-31 win over Notre Dame- half point off team back into a tie for first place in the PAL South
Dylan mop up. He’d finish with a Angie Bautista champion
McAdams SJ, the Tigers’ first WBAL Foothill Albany Division amid a current five-game winning
game-high 14 rebounds, Division win of the season. (185.5). Still, the Bears enjoyed three indi- streak. And no one could stop Trierweiler on
including eight in the opening period. Gabri el Di mas , Hi l l s dal e bo y s ’ s o c- vidual championships. her home court last week, as she totaled 46
Abby Chang , Arag o n g i rl s ’ s o ccer. cer. A senior forward, Dimas scored a pair of Bautista swept through 128s to top the points through wins No. 4 and 5. The senior
The Dons’ midfielder totaled five goals and goals in the Knights’ 4-0 win over El podium, with her toughest match of the day erupted for 29 points in a 55-31 win over
two assists in a pair of wins last week. She Camino. It was the fifth win in a row and sets coming in the quarterfinals as she outlasted Burlingame, then followed that with 17
scored twice and assisted on the third in a 3- up a showdown with first-place Capuchino at Evergreen Valley’s Alana Washington for a points in a 48-33 win over Woodside.
0 win over Carlmont. She then tacked on a 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in San Bruno. 1-0 decision. Ky l e Bo tel ho , Burl i ng ame bo y s ’
hat trick and another assist in a 6-0 win over Ni ck Tri pal di , Menl o -Atherto n's Smith saved the drama for the final two wres tl i ng . The junior enjoyed the best
the Ocean Division’s El Camino. Chang has b o y s ’ b as k e t b al l . A junior guard, rounds, posting a 4-0 record at 133s, includ- showing by San Mateo County wrestlers at
seven goals in her last four games. Tripaldi helped lead the Bears to a pair of ing a 4-1 decision over Castro Valley’s the prestigious Mid Cal Wrestling
He at h e r B e n way , S e quo i a g i rl s ’ wins to remain unbeaten in PAL South play. Cayla McCoy in the semifinals and a 4-2 Tournament in Gilroy, reaching the podium
s o c c e r. A sophomore striker, Benway He opened the week with 11 points in a 60- decision over Lincoln-SJ’s Julianna in the 132-pound division. Botelho posted a
helped lead the Cherokees to the top of the 50 win over Aragon and capped it with a Moreno in the finals. 4-3 record at the two-day event, claiming
PAL Ocean Division standings with a goal team-leading 15 points in a 58-43 win over Akinola, meanwhile, won via pin in all eighth place in a field of 59 teams, including
and an assist in a 3-0 over division favorite Sequoia to improve to 8-0 in division play. three of her matches, including a dramatic the best high school programs in the state.

gutsiest players on the team —  literally.

AOTW With time winding down, the M-A defense


thwarted a South City advance in the back
rank, and the Bears’ defender was in the
Continued from page 11 process of putting the ball back to his goal-
keeper to clear the ball out of danger.
Pedemonte read the pass off the defender’s
That’s nothing compared to the sopho-
foot though. And he took a chance, making
more’s heroics against M-A. In earning a tie
a run at the goalkeeper to try to regain pos-
against Woodside, the Warriors entered last
session. And, boy, did he.
Friday’s showdown with the first-place
The M-A keeper received the ball. But
Bears four points back in the standings.
with Pedemonte breathing down his neck,
South City hung in all afternoon with M-A
he opted to try and clear the ball anyway. He
though, despite getting outshot in the con-
let loose with a boomer, but by that time it
test, by taking a scoreless tie into the clos-
was too late, as Pedemonte blocked the kick
ing minutes.
in truly gutsy fashion — with his stomach.
The Warriors had senior goalkeeper Julio “I saw they were trying to pass it back to
Martin to thank for keeping M-A off the their goalkeeper and I tried to intercept it,”
scoreboard. The fourth-year varsity keeper Pedemonte said. “And I was running towards
turned in one magnificent save on a Bears’ it, I got to it, he tried to kick it out and it hit
corner kick in the second half in which he me. And it perfectly bounced right in front
seemed to come out of nowhere. of me so I could get a shot.”
“We thought it was going to be an easy With the ball right at Pedemonte’s feet
header for an easy goal,” Rodriguez said. with a clear look — chalk one up for the no-
“But Julio just came out of nowhere on the pain, no-gain approach — he swiftly boot-
line to make a play.” ed in the game-winner.
Despite the stellar defense, South City’s “It hurt for a little bit,” Pedemonte said.
prospects weren’t looking good when sen- “But after I scored it was good. I’m fine.”
ior forward Christian Vasquez departed late With the victory, South City remains
in the game due to a minor injury. Vasquez within striking distance in the PAL Bay
leads the Warriors with seven goals on the Division standings with six regular-season
year. Stepping into his shoes? The one they games to go.
call “Junior.” “I think it was important because our
“[Pedemonte] is just one of the fastest main goal is to win league,” Pedemonte
players,” Rodriguez said. “So, he can put said. “We know [M-A] is a good team. So,
pressure on the goalie.” it’s important to see how we can do against
The sophomore also proved one of the a good team like that.”
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Can Chen,Liu lead an American skating rebound?


By Noah Trister to defend his world title in Japan
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in March.
Liu, meanwhile, faces a more
DETROIT — The present and uncertain international future.
future of American figure skating After Lipinski won at nationals in
were on display at last week’s ’97, she took gold at the Nagano
national championships. Olympics the following year.
Nathan Chen and Alysa Liu were Liu’s national title came three
captivating, but it remains to be years before the next Olympics,
seen how much they can help the and under the current age restric-
U.S. rebound on the international tion, she’s not eligible to compete
stage. at worlds until 2022.
Chen, the reigning world champi- That may be frustrating for those
on, is rolling right along after win- who want to see her compete on the
ning a third straight title at the U.S. biggest stage, but it could also stave
Figure Skating Championships. RAJ MEHTA/USA TODAY SPORTS off the pressure for a little while.
His performance was expected, but Left: Nathan Chen in the men’s free skate during the U.S. Figure “There are some obvious places
the biggest new star to emerge at Skating Championships Sunday at Little Caesars Arena. where I can be better and (I will
this competition was the 13-year- Above: Alysa Liu performs in the ladies free skate Saturday. keep) working on those,” she said.
old Liu, who became the youngest “Focusing on myself is what works
person to win an individual champi- Most recent U.S. Olympic medals for me. Just focusing on being the
onship in the event’s history. best version and best skater that I
Men’s figure skating Ladies’ figure skating can be.”
“She’s the hope,” said Tara Evan Lysacek, 2010 — Gold Sasha Cohen, 2006 — Silver
Lipinski, who won the national Liu landed a rare triple axel in her
Timothy Goebel, 2002 — Bronze Sarah Hughes, 2002 — Gold
title at age 14 in 1997 and was sup- Paul Wylie, 1992 — Silver Michelle Kwan, 2002 — Bronze
short program and two more in the
planted by Liu as the youngest Brian Boitano, 1988 — Gold Tara Lipinski, 1998 — Gold free skate, so it’s only natural to
women’s champion. “Obviously, Scott Hamilton, 1984 — Gold Michelle Kwan, 1998 — Silver view her as someone who can help
it’s been many years since there’s the American women start closing
been a U.S. lady on an Olympic the gap.
podium.” have a high-flying star. He won over the weekend. “It’s really lucky and really honored to have “There’s other countries that are
The last time an American won an the Olympic free skate last year impressive, and he definitely push- the opportunity to be able to skate producing talent that are 12- and
Olympic medal in women’s figure with an unprecedented six quad es me to push every other boundary at Yale,” he said. “Some competi- 13-year-olds, doing quads and mul-
skating was in 2006, when Sasha jumps, and while a poor short pro- that I can.” tions have been really good, some tiple quad jumps, and it’s impossi-
Cohen took silver. The U.S. won gram cost him a medal, he has Chen defeated Vincent Zhou by competitions have not necessarily ble for the U.S. ladies to technical-
bronze in the team competition at three straight national titles and over 58 points Sunday, and right been so good under these circum- ly compete with that. They’re lag-
each of the past two Olympics, but last year’s world title to his credit now, the main question seems to be stances, but ultimately, I feel like ging so far behind,” said Lipinski,
the Americans came up empty in the at age 19. how well Chen can balance his I’m improving competition to now a commentator with NBC.
men’s and women’s individual “He’s pushing the sport in ways skating with his studies at Yale. So competition.” “Now she’s changing this, and I
events in both Pyeongchang and that, growing up in the sport, I far, so good, it seems. Chen is skipping the Four think she is setting the tone and is
Sochi. could have only dreamed,” said “I really don’t mind the training Continents Championships in going to push the next generation
In Chen, the Americans already Jason Brown, who finished third atmosphere that I’m in. I’m really California next month but can try of U.S. skaters.”

Green trumps glory? Bulldogs poised to continue dynasty


College of San Mateo has proven a peren-
nial force on the state softball scene. The
CSM softball
CSM opened the year Saturday with a 6-5
Recent Mets free agent signee says some Bulldogs have advanced to the California walk-off victory over defending state champi-
on Mt. San Antonio. The Bulldogs posted a 2-
Community College Athletic Association
clubs would rather make money than win state championship tournament in each of 1 record through opening weekend, dropping
By Ronald Blum than win, which if you’re the past six seasons, posting a 245-31 their second game Saturday to Santiago
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a player isn’t very fun record during that stretch. Canyon 13-4, then taking down Bakersfield
because we play this While the state title has eluded the Bulldogs, 7-1 Sunday.
NEW YORK — After finalizing a $10 mil- game to win. I don’t go Justin Wilson Saturday’s 2019 season opener was a telling Kaitlyn Gretch (Woodside) and Riley
lion, two-year contract with the New York into (the) season with sign they are still very much intent on their Donovan (Half Moon Bay) hit safely in each
Mets, reliever Justin Wilson concluded that any other goal than a World Series. So hav- mission to bring home the program’s first of the three games. Gretch was a smashing 5
the number of teams not pursuing free ing two-thirds of the league not really CCCAA crown to College Heights. for 10 with two doubles and two RBIs.
agents has damaged the market. involved in that, not trying to win a cham-
“I think for the role that I pitch in, late in pionship, does hurt free agency.”
the game and high-leverage situations, Astros ace Justin Verlander was quoted last
there are only certain teams that are willing weekend by the Houston Chronicle express-
to spend money to compete,” Wilson said ing similar sentiments.
Monday during a conference call. “There is a
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was the best under Adams. coach. Maybe there should be some kind of Sr., father of Hillsdale head football coach

LOUNGE Adams said he intends to coach for the


2019 season. He prefer it be at Terra Nova,
but will look at all his options.
sideline warning issued first, like happens
in football. There is not a lot of running
room along the sidelines and baselines of
Mike Parodi Jr. and San Mateo girls’ water
polo and swimming coach Kathy Parodi,
died over the weekend.
Continued from page 11 “I’m a football coach,” said Adams, who most basketball courts at Peninsula Longtime Hillsdale coach Andy Hodzic
has coached continuously since 1989. “I’m schools. When you mix in a scorer’s table, died earlier this month.
going to coach.” chairs for the substitute players and coach- Parodi Sr. was a longtime assistant foot-
title from 2009 to 2013. Overall, the
*** es on one side, bleacher seating less than 3 ball coach at City College of San Francisco
Tigers were 47-22 and won the 2010
Chalk up another “I’ve never seen that feet away from the sideline on the other and was a regular first at San Mateo High
Central Coast Section Division IV champi-
before” moment in my sportswriting side and padded walls on the baseline School, where Mike Parodi Jr. started his
onship.
career. Friday night, Sequoia head girls’ because the back walls of gyms are about head coaching career, and continued at
When Gray retired following the 2013 two steps out of bounds, there can be quite
basketball coach Steve Picchi was Hillsdale games. After every game, Junior
season, Adams was named the new head a bit of traffic for referees to navigate. Add
“benched” for the final two-and-a-half quar- would seek out Senior for a post-game hug.
coach. Since taking over the head coaching in a couple baseline photographers (of
ters of the Cherokees’ 52-37 win over Mike Parodi Jr. said in a Twitter post: “I
duties, Adams, 59, has a Bay Division which I am one) and gesticulating coaches
Menlo-Atherton. lost my hero tonight. Every passion I have
mark of 10-15, finishing third in the stand- who stalk up and down the sidelines and
ings in both 2014 and 2018.  About midway through the second quar- in life, I learned from him. Family, friends,
ter, Picchi accidentally bumped into one there is bound to be contact at some point.
football, the lake, teaching. He coached me
Adams did, however, guide the Tigers to member of the three-man officiating crew I can see a coach and ref accidentally col- in many sports for many years & I got to
two CCS title games — beating Monte during a M-A fastbreak. Rules state the offi- liding at which point, all involved would coach with him at CCSF — so cool. He was
Vista Christian for the Division IV crown cial can assess a technical foul — which figure it out and wouldn’t happen again. a great man, but most importantly, he was
in 2014 and losing to Half Moon Bay in results in a pair of foul shots for the That didn’t happen Friday night, howev- my Dad.”
the 2017 Open Division III championship opposing team — as well as force the er. The ref banged him, Picchi took a seat
game. Parodi Jr. said in another post his father,
coach to sit on the bench for the rest of the and the game finished without incident. It
69, suffered from early-onset Alzheimer’s.
The Tigers qualified for CCS five out of game, which Picchi dutifully did, although was just weird to see a coach sitting on the
six seasons since Adams took over the pro- he was warned once about standing up after bench for that long a time.
gram. Overall, Adams guided the Tigers to a the infraction. ***
Nathan Mollat can be reached by email:
37-28 record in five years as head coach. Apparently it is up to the official to There was another loss in the extended nathan@smdailyjournal.com or by phone: 344-
Terra Nova’s 8-3 record this past season decide if they want to slap a “T” on a Peninsula coaching family as Mike Parodi 5200 ext. 117.

suit from head to toe, wearing the makeup to So did daughter Sarah, who said she didn’t microphones and TV cameras.

NFL complement the outfit. How fitting.


“You play all your career to get here,”
Donald added. Presumably he meant to face
like football — she might have had quite a
bit of company among the throngs paying
more attention to each other than to the
As for the Patriots, well, the lineup was
short.
“We’re having them do physical chal-
Continued from page 11 the AFC champion Patriots on Sunday in the players. Asked if she watched her dad play, lenges,” said Marc Summers, the long-time
game, not the opening night that increasing- she shook her head ‘no’, noting she preferred host of the program. “But we’re not getting
ly seems to be about anything but his pro- ballet. the Patriots to come over. New England has
Nowadays, it is.
“Very cool to be here,” said Rams star fession. “It’s a blessing to be here.” That certainly beat the scrum going on been here many times and they are confident
defensive tackle Aaron Donald, the only Melissa Whitworth, the wife of Donald’s around the Whitworths. And everywhere else and are a little over this (scene). The Rams
unanimous All-Pro this season. teammate, tackle Andrew Whitworth, didn’t on the floor. are having the time of their lives and enjoy-
He was, of course, sitting in the safety of a mind the mayhem at all. On hand with her Many Rams were able to break away from ing participating in everything.”
podium. four children — twins Sarah and Drew, both the throngs of onlookers and pretend media A few minutes later, Patriots placekicker
As he looked out, he might spot a woman 7; Michael, who is 6; and Katherine, 4 — she on the floor to return to their childhoods. Stephen Gostkowski might have invited the
in a blue gown strutting for TV cameras that has been a fan of Media Night for a while, and Marcus Peters and Dante Fowler Jr., walked wrath of his coach by actually taking part in
didn’t seem to be searching for anything was thrilled her husband had gotten there at onto a makeshift stage Monday night and one of Summers’ activities, a mini-basket-
football related. least. played a tossing game for the Nickelodeon ball challenge. Talk about being unafraid of a
Or several people in full Mexican regalia “After 13 years,” she said with a wide show “Double Dare.” double dare.
— nice sombreros, for sure — giving their smile, her kids nearby dressed in Rams jer- It was a quick respite for the Los Angeles Back to the chaos elsewhere, one front-row
own interviews rather than asking anything seys with the number 77 and Whitworth on Rams defensive duo, and cornerback Peters fan sported a Patriots jersey while wearing a
about jet sweeps or corner blitzes. the back. “I love this night. I love every- appeared to beat linebacker Fowler in the Rams head mask. An ugly one, too.
There even was a man dressed in a clown thing about this night.” game. Then they were back into the scrum of Confusing, but certainly fitting.
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Super Bowl briefs
Brady gets opponent’s endorsement as GOAT
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a college prank.
Pregame Trump interview by CBS
WASHINGTON — CBS News says “Face
“I thought about bringing a bunch of the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan
The greatest of all time? Rams running Georgia stickers and sticking them around will sit down with President Donald Trump
back C.J. Anderson says there’s no question the facility,” Andrews said, smiling. for an interview that will air before
that honor belongs to New England quarter- He resisted, but he still represented his Sunday’s Super Bowl.
back Tom Brady. alma mater. CBS says the interview will be taped
The greatest in Sunday’s Super Bowl 53? “We were in there working out today and I Friday. Part of it will air during the regu-
Anderson says that could be a different answer. had my Georgia ‘G’ shirt on,” he said. lar “Face the Nation” broadcast Sunday
“I’ve always looked up to Tom,” Anderson morning, while the rest will be shown
said at Monday’s media night at State Farm Sunday weather report optimistic around 12:30 p. m. PT during CBS’
Arena. “He’s always been inspiring and how he Despite concerns about wintry weather in pregame coverage.
continues to prove people wrong. To be a late- Atlanta on Tuesday, the forecast for the Trump declined to be interviewed by
round pick guy at 199, I’ve always respected Super Bowl is much more promising. The NBC when it aired the Super Bowl in 2018.
ADAM HAGY/USA TODAY SPORTS
what he does. He’s the best at what he does. Weather Channel is predicting a high of 58
Tom Brady arrives Sunday at Hartsfield-
Obviously he’s the GOAT of our game.”
Jackson Atlanta International Airport. degrees Fahrenheit and a low of 50 on ‘The Dude’ to star in commercial
Bad news for the Rams? Maybe not. Sunday, with a chance of occasional rain.
Anderson also likes his guy, young Jared Goff. Pats calling Georgia Tech ‘home’ LOS ANGELES — Sarah Jessica Parker
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank said and Jeff Bridges are bringing a couple of
“He’s the best quarterback of all time,” The New England Patriots’ practice home Monday the weather should allow the famed characters back to life for a charity
Anderson said of Brady. “I’m not going to say this week is Georgia Tech. retractable roof at Mercedes-Benz Stadium to be in a new Super Bowl commercial.
he’s the best quarterback for Super Bowl 53. That’s not easy to take for Patriots center open for at least some part of the day’s schedule. Parker will reprise her “Sex and the City”
We’ve got a young guy over there who can David Andrews, a former Georgia standout. “I think you’ll see the roof in some form will Carrie Bradshaw role and Bridges will
throw the ball around pretty good, now.” “I’m behind enemy lines right now, ” be operable,” Blank said. “The NFL would like appear as “The Dude” in a Stella Artois
Goff ranked fourth in the league with Andrews said Monday night. to see it operable. We’d like to see it operable. commercial to raise money to combat
4,688 yards passing — three spots ahead of Andrews never thought he’d be working I think that’s what the plans are. How long it water shortage. The 45-second ad launches
Brady. Goff threw 32 touchdown passes, out at Georgia Tech’s practice facility. The will be open, I’m not sure. But I think we’ll get Monday and will be televised during Super
three more than Brady. opportunity gave him the idea of pulling off a chance to see it. CBS wants to see it as well.” Bowl 53 on Feb. 3.

Super Bowl history

Bay Area goes back-to-back


Super Bowl XV Super Bowl XVI
Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10 San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21
Jan. 25, 1981at New Orleans Jan. 24, 1982 at Pontiac, Mich.

Jim Plunkett’s two first-quarter touch- The first Super Bowl held in a cold-
down passes, including a Super Bowl- weather city — but in the Pontiac
record 80-yard strike to running back Silverdome — was preceded by the 49ers’
Kenny King, led the Raiders. bus getting caught in traffic and several
Philadelphia, which had defeated Oakland players needing to walk into the stadium.
10-7 several weeks earlier, never got on Didn’t bother them much: Ray
track until late in the third quarter. Wersching kicked a Super Bowl record-
Linebacker Rod Martin set up Oakland’s first tying four field goals to help lift the 49ers
touchdown with his first of three intercep- to their first NFL championship with a 26-
tions, a Super Bowl record for one player. 21 win over the Bengals.
Before the first quarter ended the Raiders The 49ers built a game-record 20-0 half-
upped their lead to 14-0 when Plunkett hit time lead on the strength of two long
King near midfield to record the longest touchdown marches led by Joe Montana,
play in Super Bowl history. In all, and two Wersching field goals.
Plunkett completed 13 of 21 passes for The Bengals came back in the second
261 yards and three touchdowns. The game half, narrowing the margin to 20-14 but
capped a storybook season for Plunkett, Wersching connected on early third-quarter
the game’s MVP. field goals of 40 and 23 yards to increase
The journeyman quarterback took over the the 49ers’ lead to 26-14, rendering moot a
reins of the Raiders’ offense and won nine of Bengals TD in the final seconds.
the last 11 regular-season games. In the play- Montana completed 14 of 22 passes for
offs, the Raiders beat Houston, San Diego 157 yards and earned his first of three Super
and Cleveland en route to becoming the first Bowl MVP awards, going on to take the
wild-card team to win the Super Bowl. honor again at Super Bowl XIX and XXIV.

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ing against a team like that, how to execute

TUESDAY
Girls’ soccer
WHAT’S ON TAP
Boys’ basketball
Kehillah Jewish at Summit Shasta, 4:30 p.m.; Aragon at Burlingame,
DUBS and we can take something from that.”
Myles Turner scored 16 points and Bojan
Bogdanovic had 15 but Indiana lost for the sec-
Oceana at Westmoor, 3 p.m.; Half Moon Bay at Mills,Woodside at Hillsdale at Carlmont, M-A at Capuchino, Woodside at Mills, Se- Continued from page 11 ond straight time since Oladipo was injured last
Aragon,Terra Nova at Burlingame, Menlo-Atherton at Carlmont, quoia at San Mateo, EC at Half Moon Bay, Terra Nova at Jeff, week. It was the Pacers’ worst loss this season.
Capuchino at El Camino, South City at Hillsdale, Sequoia at San Westmoor at Oceana, 5:30 p.m.; St. Ignatius at Serra, 7:30 p.m.
Mateo, 4:30 p.m. And all that came on the final leg of a
Boys’ soccer
Women’s college basketball
San Jose at Skyline, Chabot-Hayward at San Mateo, 5 p.m. five-game road trip without Draymond Tip-ins
Crystal Springs at Menlo School, 2:30 p.m.; Eastside College Prep Green, who rested, and against the league’s
at Woodside Priory, 3:30 p.m. Men’s college basketball Kevin Durant had 16 points and seven
Cañada at Las Positas-Livermore, Foothill at Skyline, 7 p.m. No. 1 scoring defense. assists as his 22-game streak of scoring at
Girls’ basketball “I was a little worried about this game.
Woodside at Burlingame,Terra Nova at Oceana, El Camino at Jef- THURSDAY least 20 points ended. ... Klay Thompson
ferson, South City at Half Moon Bay, 5:30 p.m.; Pinewood at Notre Girls’ soccer Everybody’s anxious to get home,” coach added 16 points. ... Jordan Bell replaced
Dame-Belmont, Eastside College Prep at Menlo School, Castilleja Jefferson at Oceana, 3 p.m.; Westmoor at Half Moon Bay, Carl- Steve Kerr said. “But we finished off the trip Green in the lineup and scored eight. ... The
at Crystal Springs, 6 p.m.; Sacred Heart Prep at Notre Dame-SJ, mont at Burlingame, Woodside at Terra Nova, Aragon at
Mercy-Burlingame at Harker, 6:30 p.m. Menlo-Atherton, San Mateo at Hillsdale, South City at Capuchino, the right way. We’ve been more dialed in the Warriors improved to 18-8 on the road, the
Sequoia at El Camino, 4:30 p.m. last month than we have all season.” league’s best mark. ... They also snapped a
Boys’ basketball
Woodside Priory at Eastside College Prep, 5 p.m.; Oceana at Terra Boys’ soccer Golden State has won a league-high 10 con- two-game losing streak in the series.
Nova, Jefferson at El Camino, Half Moon Bay at South City, 5:30 Eastside College Prep at Crystal Springs, 3:30 p.m.; Menlo School secutive road games and swept a five-game
p.m.; Sacred Heart Prep at King’s Academy, 6:30 p.m.; Harker at
Crystal Springs, Pinewood at Menlo School, 7:30 p.m.
at King’s Academy, 4 p.m. trip for the first time since November 2014. Oladipo update
Wrestling The Pacers played without All-Star guard
College baseball Menlo-Atherton at Terra Nova, El Camino at Burlingame, Aragon Victor Oladipo, who had season-ending sur- After team officials announced Monday that
Solano-Fairfield at San Mateo, 1:45 p.m. at Half Moon Bay, 6 p.m.; Sacred Heart Cathedral at Serra, 7 p.m.
gery on his right knee Monday, and Tyreke Oladipo is expected to make a full recovery
At San Mateo: San Mateo vs Mills, San Mateo vs Oceana, Ca-
WEDNESDAY puchino vs Woodside, Sequoia vs South City, 5 p.m. Evans, Oladipo’s replacement, because of a after undergoing surgery on a ruptured quad ten-
Boys’ soccer sore back. But even at full strength, they may don in his right knee, the team handed out gold
Boys’ basketball
Mills at Westmoor, 3 p.m.; Serra at St. Francis, 4 p.m.; El Camino at
Pinewood at Sacred Heart Prep, Harker at Woodside Priory, Crys- have struggled to weather the Warriors’ flurry. T-shirts with a message: “Together 4 Vic.” And
Terra Nova, Hillsdale at Capuchino, San Mateo at Jefferson, Oladipo delivered a pregame video message,
tal Spring at King’s Academy, 6:30 p.m.
Burlingame at Carlmont, Woodside at Sequoia, South City at Indiana gave up a season-high 40 points
Aragon, Half Moon Bay at Menlo-Atherton, 4:30 p.m. thanking the fans for their support and encour-
Girls’ basketball in the first quarter, and never got closer than
Notre Dame-SJ at Menlo School, Mercy-Burlingame at Mercy- aging his teammates to overcome his absence.
Girls’ basketball SF, 5:30 p.m.; Woodside Priory at Sacred Heart Prep, Eastside 16 after Curry broke a 16-16 tie by scoring
Burlingame at Aragon, Carlmont at Hillsdale, Capuchino at Menlo- College Prep at Notre Dame-Belmont, 6 p.m. eight points to start a decisive 24-6 quarter-
Atherton, Mills at Woodside, San Mateo at Sequoia, Half Moon Bay
closing run en route to its most lopsided He said it
at El Camino, Jefferson at Terra Nova, Oceana at Westmoor, 5:30 College baseball
p.m. Cañada at Merced, 2 p.m. loss this season. “He (Curry) has this skill set you can’t
“There’s no doubt in my mind that this team really fathom,” Kerr said. “It doesn’t matter
is going on the up track,” Pacers guard Darren time, score — he’s always one shot away
Collison said. “I think we saw tonight, play- from getting on fire.”

were 77 agreements announced from Feb. 6-

MLB 24 last winter.


“There is no rush for ownership or teams,”
Wilson said. “But at the end of the day I think
Continued from page 13 that a lot of these players out there will get
deals done. Teams are just probably being
“The biggest detriment to our game right more patient trying to find the right fit in
now is the non-competitiveness of two- some instances or wait players out.
thirds of the league,” Verlander was quoted as Wilson, a 31-year-old left-hander, will get
saying. “I think that’s why you’re seeing free $5 million annually and also can earn per-
agents not get signed.” formance bonuses. He was 4-5 with a 3.46
With spring training camps starting to ERA last season for the Chicago Cubs, strik-
open in two weeks, only 62 of the 164 play- ing out 69 and walking 33 in 54 2/3 innings.
ers who exercised free-agent rights after the “I had other offers on the table, but I really
World Series have announced agreements. wanted to play for a contender,” Wilson said.
“At the end of day you want every team to “I wasn’t worried. It was a slow offseason, but
want to win the World Series,” Wilson said. I believe in myself and believe what I’ve done
“I’m not saying they don’t. But clearly there is in the past, so I figured at the end of the day a
some disconnect between teams wanting to contender would want me for a multiyear.”
make their top dollar and spend money to win.” Wilson gets $5 million annually as part of
This year’s pace of announced agreements the deal negotiated by agents Sam and Seth
is up from 47 at a similar date last offseason. Levinson and can earn $500,000 each year in
But it is down from the historical trend, such performance bonuses: $250,000 each for 60
as 82 at the same time two years ago. There and 65 games.
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US Nobelist was told of gene-edited babies
By Candice Choi tist from experimenting, no matter what
and Marilynn Marchione rules are in place, because the gene-editing
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS technology is cheap and easy to use.
It’s not clear how someone would have
Long before the claim of the world’s first raised concerns about He’s project, said
gene-edited babies became public, Chinese University of Wisconsin bioethicist Alta
researcher He Jiankui shared the news with a Charo, who was one of the leaders of the
U.S. Nobel laureate who objected to the Hong Kong gene-editing conference where
experiment yet remained an adviser to He’s He gave details of the experiment. He’s work
biotech company. has not been published in a scientific jour-
The revelation that another prominent sci- nal.
entist knew of the work, which was widely University of Minnesota bioethicist
condemned when it was revealed, comes as Leigh Turner said the lack of action by scien-
scientists debate whether and how to alert tists who learned of He’s intentions indicates
troubling research, and the need for clearer a broader culture of silence. “There seems to
guidelines. have been multiple lost opportunities,”
Emails obtained by the Associated Press Turner said.
under a public records request show that Last week, China’s state media reported
Nobel Prize winner Craig Mello of the that He could face consequences after investi-
University of Massachusetts learned about gators determined he acted alone and fabri-
the pregnancy last April from He in a mes- REUTERS FILE PHOTO cated an ethics review by others. The Xinhua
sage titled “Success!” Editing embryos intended for a pregnancy is not allowed in the U.S. and many other places report said the twins and people involved in
“I’m glad for you, but I’d rather not be kept because of the risk of harming other genes and concerns that these DNA changes can be a second, ongoing pregnancy with a gene-
in the loop on this,” Mello replied. “You are passed to future generations. edited embryo will remain under medical
risking the health of the child you are editing observation with regular visits supervised
gene-editing work was not a company exper- nancy had been achieved, and came on the by government health departments. Efforts
... I just don’t see why you are doing this. I
iment. He tried to alter the genes of twin day He himself said he learned of it. to reach He were unsuccessful.
wish your patient the best of luck for a
girls to help them resist possible future Editing embryos intended for a pregnancy
healthy pregnancy.” Mello declined requests for an interview. In
infection with HIV, the AIDS virus. is not allowed in the U.S. and many other
Mello stayed on as a scientific adviser for statements provided through his university,
Several U.S. researchers knew or strongly places because of the risk of harming other
He’s Direct Genomics company for eight Mello said he had no idea He was “personal-
suspected He was considering trying embryo genes and concerns that these DNA changes
more months, until December, just after ly interested” in human gene editing or had
gene editing, and his disclosure to Mello in can be passed to future generations. But
news of the births became public and drew the means to pull it off, and that their discus-
April is notable because it specified the preg- there’s no certain way to stop a rogue scien-
international scorn. The Chinese scientist’s sions were “hypothetical and broad.”

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DuCote’s home is adjacent to the site ketable in the project. or unit facing the development.

SERRA
Continued from page 1
where Muzzi is proposing to build 444 res-
idential units, approximately 290, 000
square feet of office space and about
Also on the list of concerns for surround-
ing neighbors is a proposal from Muzzi to
build balconies on some of the units with
Muzzi also noted he has previously
altered designs, and that he offered to plant
trees along his property line to make the
35,000 square feet of retail space in three sightlines over their homes. Muzzi previ- development more visually appealing for
towers near the intersection of Millbrae ously amended plans to remove some of residents.
mixed-use project overlooking their Avenue and El Camino Real. the balconies, but residents still fear their Such decisions, in combination with the
homes at the Millbrae BART and Caltrain A top segment of one residential tower will be subjected to visual blight and noise project’s distance from the neighborhood,
station. also infringes on a city policy designed to pollution. fueled Muzzi’s skepticism that residents’
Residents passionately called on mem- assure large developments do not over- Similar debates over design features have concerns about the project were valid.
bers of the Millbrae City Council to pro- shadow surrounding homes, and DuCote’s continued since the project was first pro- Residents though refused to back down,
tect their quality of life by requiring Muzzi husband Rob encouraged councilmembers posed, and though the developer and and repeated their requests that coun-
to amend designs for the residential towers to not approve Muzzi’s request for an neighbors have met in multiple communi- cilmembers defend their interests.
and office building he is seeking to con- exemption from the code. ty meetings, no resolution has been identi- “It’s about all of us that own and live on
struct. For his part, Mayor Wayne Lee suggested fied. Councilmembers made no decision this street,” said resident Laura Cannon.
“We are going to stand together as a councilmembers are reluctant to side with during the most recent discussion which “We are united in this concern.”
neighborhood. We are stronger together — Muzzi on the debate which has continued served as a design study session. For their part, councilmembers encour-
our collective voices, I hope you will hear since officials approved the development For his part, Muzzi attempted to down- aged future discussions between the devel-
them,” said Christina DuCote, according to proposal last year. play many of the fears expressed, counter- oper and residents in an effort to resolve
video of the meeting, Wednesday, Jan 23. “I’m h av i n g a h ard t i me al l o wi n g ing the concerns raised by suggesting his many of the issues still lingering.
DuCote pleaded with officials to assure something like that to benefit a com- project is far enough away from the homes Muzzi’s attorney Jennifer Renk commit-
Muzzi’s design is reasonably compatible mercial entity, ” said Lee, referring to that it will not harm their quality of life. ted to continuing those talks with hopes of
with the surrounding neighborhood, while Muzzi’s development. In previous dis- “This is not real. It’s an issue. But it’s identifying a solution.
also pointing out privacy concerns many cus s i o n s , t h e dev el o p er s ug g es t ed h e not real,” said Muzzi, suggesting many of “This is a work in progress. Vince has
neighbors share with fears those living in wo ul d n eed t o remo v e t h e v i o l at i n g the privacy concerns are unfounded as made compromises, and the neighborhood
the apartments will be able to look into the units from plans which he is reluctant to those living in the apartments will not be has made compromises. We are going to
homes of those below. do, since they are some of the most mar- abusing the privilege of having a balcony keep talking,” she said.

site is probably a hotel of this type.” and is appropriately sized for its location. Councilman Sanjay Gehani said he’s

HOTEL
Continued from page 1
Architect Michael Stanton described the
proposal as an upscale “rooms only” hotel
that won’t generate a significant amount of
He also welcomed the rooftop bar and said
he’d like to see a full-service restaurant
rather than a limited-service one in the
already heard that neighbors are “shocked at
the immense scope” of the project and are
worried about impacts to their views and
traffic because the guests and about 20 hotel. privacy as well as construction noise.
employees will be coming and going Mayor Sam Hindi and Councilwoman While there wasn’t an opportunity for
and rooftop bar in a 77,479-square foot throughout the day rather than at specific Catherine Mahanpour also liked what they Sorensen to respond to each of the concerns
building expected to be affiliated with the times, as is the case with condos or apart-
Marriott brand, AC Hotels. The project site saw. Gehani raised, he did suggest impacts to
ments. He also said the restaurant will not “I like the project and it’s a good project neighbors were a priority and said construc-
encompasses 1. 36 acres and has been be a “destination” because it’s not full-serv-
vacant for decades. to move forward with at this point, ” tion would span about a year with “heavy
ice, the two conference rooms will be rela- Mahanpour said. construction” lasting about six months.
“We think this will be a niche hotel that’s
tively small and only intended for guests
different from the hotels that are currently Councilwoman Richa Awasthi, on the “The building is moved as far as we could
and the rooftop bar will also be a quiet, sea-
here in Foster City,” said applicant Lance other hand, didn’t find much in the plans [away from neighbors]. We’ve met with
sonal establishment not open late into the
Sorensen of MPQ Investment Management, worth praising beyond hotel tax revenue. many other hotel architects who said ‘let’s
night.
who lives in the city and purchased the “I like the financial benefits and a more build nine stories with a monster envelope
property for $7 million from Visa in 2017. “I think Lance and Mindy have a very fine and let’s build it right up to their house’ — I
hotel proposal that will be an excellent diversified source of revenue, but beyond
He said the hotel could generate as much as that, I’m not at a point where there are too live here and I don’t want that. I don’t want
$1 million annually in transient occupancy addition to the city and it’s a good niche in a monster building in my backyard,” he
the market for the city and the property has many things that I like yet,” she said,
tax revenue, $400,000 annually in property adding that she’ll be scrutinizing the results said. “We’re only building on 27 percent of
tax revenue and referenced a feasibility been thoughtfully located on the site,” he the footprint, which is quite small. And the
said. of upcoming studies on impacts to traffic
study that suggests a strong market in and city resources. “But equally important road that goes in there has not been altered
Foster City for the type of hotel he’s pro- Vice Mayor Herb Perez celebrated the at all.”
hotel proposal for being a revenue genera- for me is the visual, solar and privacy
posing. “The highest and best use for this impacts and I know those studies will be The meeting was simply an informational
tor that will bring minimal traffic impacts
done as well. I personally was not able to one and no formal action was taken. The
envision a hotel in that location. Again, I proposal and potential impacts will be thor-
love the financial benefits, but I’ll be look- oughly studied and the next step is a
ing for the results on these studies.” Planning Commission study session.
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the site to address concerns identified
in a staff survey, which details the
great expense many teachers and work-
Friedman.
Not all officials were on board with
the proposal though, as trustee Linda
IPhone and iPad Basics. 10 a.m. to ers face living on the Peninsula. And Lees Dwyer remained skeptical that the
noon. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 FRIDAY, FEB. 1 for those who cannot afford to live housing development would be the
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. Spaghetti Dinner and Bingo. 6 p.m. broad context of San Mateo County, locally, the survey shows the long most equitable way to reward quality
Manage devices, stay connected, to 9 p.m. Foster City Recreation we need to make a contribution to the
browse the web and take photos. Center, 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. drives trekked regularly by commuters. workers.
$20 for four classes. Registration is Tickets cost $25. For more informa- housing stock.” Advocates point to the model estab- “Maybe we should look at how we
required. For more information call tion call 627-8038.
522-7490. Under the direction from the board, lished by the San Mateo County pay them rather than how we house
Peninsula Humane Society PEP administrators will prioritize looking Community College District, which them, ” said Lees Dwyer, who also
Memoir Classes. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Talk : The Beauty of Bees. 7 p.m. to 8 at the process for developing housing
Little House, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo p.m. Peninsula Humane Society and operates two affordable housing devel- opposed selling district property in an
Park. Cost $15. For more information SPCA, 1450 Rollins Road, at the former Crestmoor High School opments and has a third under con- effort to finance the development.
call 326-0723. Burlingame. Register for this event campus once Peninsula Alternative
to learn more about supporting struction, as goal for which to strive. But if the district is committed to
Vir tual Reality: Oculus R ift and local bee species, and different ways High School vacates the site in 2020. College district employees can live offering housing, she encouraged her
Medium. 4 p.m. South San Francisco to protect increasingly fragile bee The issue will return for further discus- in the units for up to seven years at an colleagues to look for opportunities
Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South populations. To register or for more
San Francisco. Create unique works information call 340-7022. sion in a few months. affordable rate, over which time they beyond the Crestmoor campus, ideally
of art in virtual reality with Medium To finance construction of the 100 can build savings to be spent on a somewhere in the southern portion of
and the Oculus Rift. Free. For more San Mateo High School
information call 829-3860. Per for ming Ar ts Presents: units proposed, officials are consider- down payment. The developments are the district closer to the homes of most
‘Cinderella.’ 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ing selling about half the property to a immensely popular, and a long wait employees.
Adult Craft: Clay Medallions. 6 p.m. San Mateo Performing Arts Center,
Millbrae Library, 1 Library Ave., 600 N. Delaware St., San Mateo. $20. private developer with hopes of pre- list to live in a unit exists, officials Officials also eyed building housing
Millbrae. Ages 16 and up. Space is Tickets can be purchased online or serving a few acres used as soccer fields have said. at the Mills High School campus, but
limited. Sign up at at the door. For more information for the community.
https://bit.ly/2R2bx4t. For more call 558-2375. Friedman said constructing a similar agreed the Crestmoor site should be
information call 697-7607. To bring such a vision to reality, development would be an asset for the the priority project while other prop-
Astronomy Talk. 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. erties and opportunities are sought.
Tax Law Changes. 6:30 p.m. San College of San Mateo, 1700 W. officials must first declare the property high school district in recruiting and
Mateo Public Library, Oak Room, 55 Hillsdale Ave., San Mateo. This talk is as surplus which would allow other keeping talented workers, and suggest- For his part, board President Greg
W. Third Ave., San Mateo. A presenta- led by Dr. Aaron Roodman. Free for ed officials should move quickly Land agreed the San Bruno site should
tion by the Financial Planning all ages. For more information call public agencies to express interest in
Association of Silicon Valley. No reg- 862-9602. the site. High school district officials toward constructing the units. be the immediate focus while advocat-
istration required. For more informa- agreed they would discuss the proposal Should high school district officials ing to keep all other options on the
tion call 522-7818. ‘Sweeney Todd.’ 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale with San Bruno city officials in wait, it is likely similarly interested table.
Flower Arrangement Work shop. Blvd., Foster City. Cost is $35-$52. For advance of the declaration, while school systems such as those in South “I don’t think we should cut down
6:30 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 more information call 349-6411.
Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. studying the surplus property process San Francisco, Daly City or Pacifica any one thing but I think Crestmoor is
Workshop in designing floral center- SATURDAY, FEB. 2 more closely. could build more rapidly and establish where we start,” he said.
piece. To register or for more infor- Shred Fest. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
mation call 591-8286. Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de
las Pulgas, Belmont. Shred all types
It advances California’s efforts to 2014 after he was convicted as an adult
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30
San Mateo Professional Alliance.
12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Central Park Bistro.
181 E. Fourth Ave., San Mateo. For
more information call 430-6500.
of documents for free. For more
information call 591-8286.
Small Press Expo at PLCAF. 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Foster City Library, 1000 E.
VOTE
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make voting easier and more inclusive
while some other states are limiting
voting rights, said Padilla, who noted
of a second-degree murder he committed
at age 15.
The pool of potential voters in the
Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. Presented that inmates are disproportionately battleground state of Florida grew by as
Legacy Painting. 4 p.m. South San by the Peninsula Libraries Comic
Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange Arts Fest. Special guest author Kazu minorities. many as 1.4 million people earlier this
Ave., South San Francisco. Create a Kibuishi. For more information call The proposal continues California’s “What we know all too well (is) that month after nearly two-thirds of voters
work of art to gift a loved one or 574-4842. pattern in recent years of reducing sen- the inmate population and those in the there allowed registration by ex-con-
even yourself. Free. For more infor- tences and increasing earlier releases
mation call 829-3860. Aromatherapy : Lecture with justice system throughout California victs who completed their probation or
Frauk e Galia. 2 p.m. South San from prison, said Christine Ward, exec- are disproportionately people of color, parole, with the exception of those
THURSDAY, JAN. 31 Francisco Library, 840 W. Orange utive director of the Crime Victims
One Day Homeless Count. 5 a.m. to Ave., South San Francisco. both men and women,” said Padilla, a convicted of murder or sex offenses.
10 a.m. By signing up to volunteer Introduction to aromatherapy and Action Alliance. Democrat starting his second four-year Starting in March, Louisiana will allow
you are committing to the following: essential oils. For more information “Why should the individuals who
Attend a two-hour mandatory vol- call 829-3860. term as the state’s chief elections offi- anyone on probation or parole to vote
unteer training and participate in committed these horrible crimes be cial. once they’ve been out of custody for
the One Day Homeless Count on Project READ Training for Adult given the same rights as the rest of us Advocates said about 6 million five years, unless they’ve been con-
January 31. To volunteer please sign Literacy Tutoring. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30
up at p.m. San Mateo Public Library, 55 W. who are following the rules?” Ward Americans are unable to vote nation- victed of a felony election offense.
surveymonkey.com/r/OneDayCount Third Ave., San Mateo. Registration said. wide because they are felons or ex- Minnesota Secretary of State Steve
2019. Free. 18 and over. For more required. For more information call Democrats control the two-thirds
information call 522-7229. 522-7818. felons. Simon earlier this month proposed
legislative majorities needed to put the Fourteen other states and restoring voting rights for felons when
Play Poker like a Pro. 10 a.m. to 11 B er keley Choro Ensemble: measure on the ballot, but the amend-
a.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 B razilian acoustic roots music. Washington, D.C., already allow they are released from prison instead of
Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Pacifica ment’s author, Assemblyman Kevin felons to vote after their release from when they finish supervised release.
Learn about pot odds, drawing odds, Performances, 1220 Linda Mar Blvd., McCarty of Sacramento, predicted it prison, said Assemblywoman Sydney The proposed California constitu-
outs, poker plays, bluffing and all the Suite A, Pacifica. Cost $15-$23. For
statistical concepts required to be a more information call 355-1882. will not be an easy vote. Reality star Kamlager-Dove of Los Angeles, who tional amendment contains no exemp-
winner. Cost is $85 to $105. For more Kim Kardashian tweeted a photo of her- called it “the civil rights issue of the tions based on type of crime. But the
information call 522-7490. San Mateo High School self with McCarty on the Assembly
Per for ming Ar ts Presents: day.” California amendment would not go so
English Conversation. 10:30 a.m. ‘Cinderella.’ 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. floor supporting the proposal. She did “I’m citizen enough to tax but I’m far as Maine and Vermont, which allow
Grand Avenue Branch Library, 306 San Mateo Performing Arts Center, not attend his amendment announce-
Walnut Ave., South San Francisco. A 600 N. Delaware St., San Mateo. $20. not citizen enough to vote,” said felons to vote while they are behind
relaxed, casual atmosphere for a Tickets can be purchased online or ment, but McCarty’s office said she was Michael Mendoza, policy director for bars. Lawmakers in Nebraska and New
low-stress way to improving your at the door. For more information in the Capitol supporting criminal jus- the Anti-Recidivism Coalition. He said Mexico have proposed allowing vot-
English skills. Free. For more informa- call 558-2375.
tion call 829-3860.
tice reforms. he was released on lifetime parole in ing in prison.
‘Sweeney Todd.’ 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Foster City 55+ Club. 11 a.m. to Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale
Blvd., Foster City. Cost is $35-$52. For
noon. Foster City Recreation Center, The shooting caused both schools police said previously.
650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. For more
information call 286-2585.
Win the 7 Poker Variations. 11 a.m.
more information call 349-6411.
SUNDAY, FEB. 3
Complimentar y Luncheon for
SHOOTING to be placed under “secure campus”
status, meaning that doors were
locked and entrance and exit from the
Seegmiller’s girlfriend has not been
listed as a co-defendant in his charges,
which also include possession of a
Seniors. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The
to noon San Mateo Senior Center,
Magnolia of Millbrae, 201 Continued from page 3
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas, San schools were temporarily restricted. controlled substance after Seegmiller
Mateo. Learn the rules of poker vari- Chadbourne Ave., Millbrae. Discuss
ation and the appropriate playing the emotional and financial benefits Both schools went back to normal was found with Xanax upon his arrest
strategy. Cost is $85 to $105. For of preplanning your funeral and that were not life threatening, accord- operating status within 30 minutes nearby the scene of the incident,
more information call 522-7490. cemetery needs. Sponsored by
Skylawn Funeral Home and ing to prosecutors and police. of the initial report of the shooting, according to prosecutors and police.
Meditate And Feel Great. Noon to 1 Memorial Park. There will be no sell-
p.m. San Mateo Senior Center, 2645 ing at this event, just a sharing of
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110 Employment 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices Tundra Tundra Tundra
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
CHANGE OF NAME STATEMENT #279950
NEWSPAPER INTERNS CASE# 19C1V00025 The following person is doing business
JOURNALISM SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, as: Bodywork By Heatheranne, 551 Tay-
The Daily Journal is looking for in- COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, lor Way #5, SAN CARLOS, CA 94070.
terns to do entry level reporting, re- 400 COUNTY CENTER RD, Registered Owner: Heatheranne Allegro,
search, updates of our ongoing fea- REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 998 Hensley Ave., San Bruno, CA
tures and interviews. Photo interns al- PETITION OF 94066. The business is conducted by an
so welcome. Guan Quan Liu Individual. The registrant commenced to
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: transact business under the FBN on N/A.
We expect a commitment of four to Petitioner: Guan Quan Liu filed a petition /s/Heatheranne Allegro/
eight hours a week for at least four with this court for a decree changing
months. The internship is unpaid, but This statement was filed with the Asses-
name as follows: sor-County Clerk on 1/3/19. (Published in
intelligent, aggressive and talented in- Present name: Guan Quan Liu
terns have progressed in time into the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/8/19,
Proposed Name: Grant GuanQuan Liu 1/15/19, 1/22/19, 1/29/19).
paid correspondents and full-time re-
porters.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
College students or recent graduates interested in this matter shall appear be- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
are encouraged to apply. Newspaper fore this court at the hearing indicated STATEMENT #280011
experience is preferred but not neces- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
tition for change of name should not be The following person is doing business Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
sarily required. as: SFO Family Eye Care, 451 S. Airport
granted. Any person objecting to the
Please send a cover letter describing name changes described above must file Blvd., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA
your interest in newspapers, a resume a written objection that includes the rea- 94080. Registered Owner: Khanh V.
and three recent clips. Before you ap- sons for the objection at least two court Dao, O.D. Inc., CA. The business is con-
ply, you should familiarize yourself days before the matter is scheduled to ducted by a Corporation. The registrant
with our publication. Our Web site: be heard and must appear at the hearing commenced to transact business under
www.smdailyjournal.com. to show cause why the petition should the FBN on N/A.
not be granted. If no written objection is /s/Khanh V. Dao/
Send your information via e-mail to timely filed, the court may grant the peti- This statement was filed with the Asses-
news@smdailyjournal.com or by reg- sor-County Clerk on 1/9/19. (Published in
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
petition shall be held on 2/26/2019 at 9 the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/15/19,
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 1/22/19, 1/29/19, 2/5/19).
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published
at least once each week for four succes- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- STATEMENT #280085
RIGGER HELPER ing on the petition in the following news- The following person is doing business
as: Sunrise Landscaping, 1110 Tilton
full time, benefits, will train. paper of general circulation:
Clean DMV. Lifting 50 pounds. San Mateo Daily Journal Ave., SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis-
415-798-0021 Filed: 1/14/2019 tered Owner: Fernando Guzman Ureña,
/s/Jonathan E. Karesh/ same address. The business is conduct- 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
Judge of the Superior Court ed by an Individual. The registrant com-
SALES/MARKETING Dated: 1/11/2019 menced to transact business under the FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME association. NOTE: The court has a stat-
INTERNSHIPS (Published 1/22/19, 1/29/19, 2/5/19, FBN on NA. STATEMENT #280125 STATEMENT #280096 utory lien for waived fees and costs on
The San Mateo Daily Journal is looking 2/12/19). /s/Fernando Guzman Ureña/ The following person is doing business The following person is doing business any settlement or arbitration award of
for ambitious interns who are eager to This statement was filed with the Asses- as: Shiny Nails, 2649 Broadway St., as: HYPRSENSE, 700 Airport Blvd, Ste $10,000 or more in a civil case. The
jump into the business arena with both sor-County Clerk on 1/16/19. (Published REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis- 400, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Regis- court's lien must be paid before the court
feet and hands. Learn the ins and outs in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/22/19, tered Owner: Aaron Chau, 1520 E. Capi- tered Owner: BINARYVR, INC., DE. The will dismiss the case.
of the newspaper and media industries. 1/29/19, 2/5/19, 2/12/19). tol Expy #156, San Jose, CA 95121. business is conducted by a Corporation. ¡AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no re-
This position will provide valuable FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The business is conducted by an Individ- The registrant commenced to transact sponde dentro de 30 días, la corte puede
experience for your bright future. STATEMENT #279901 ual. The registrant commenced to trans- business under the FBN on N/A. decidir en su contra sin escuchar su ver-
Email resume The following person is doing business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME act business under the FBN on N/A. /s/Kyunghwan Ryu/ sión. Lea la información a continuación.
info@smdailyjournal.com STATEMENT #280063 /s/Aaron Chau/ This statement was filed with the Asses- Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de-
as: Three Lotus Dragon Acupuncture This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 1/17/19. (Published spués de que le entreguen esta citación
Wellness Center, 215 N. San Mateo Dr. The following person is doing business sor-County Clerk on 1/22/19. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/29/19, y papeles legales para presentar una re-
Ste 2, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis- as: Lockwood Builders, 2728 Belmont in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/29/19, 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19). spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer
127 Elderly Care tered Owner: Dr. Jame’e Brazie’r L.A.c. Cyn. Rd., BELMONT, CA 94002. Regis- 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19). que se entregue una copia al deman-
OM Dpl. DAOM, 2901 S. El Camino Re- tered Owner: Matthew Joseph Lock- dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni-
al, San Mateo, CA 94403. The business wood, same address. The business is SUMMONS ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es-
FAMILY RESOURCE is conducted by an Individual. The regis- conducted by an Individual. The regis- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME (CITACION JUDICIAL)
CASE NUMBER (Número del Caso):
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor-
trant commenced to transact business trant commenced to transact business STATEMENT #280134 recto si desea que procesen su caso en
GUIDE under the FBN on 12/20/2010. under the FBN on NA. The following person is doing business 18CLJ03284 la corte. Es posible que haya un formu-
The San Mateo Daily Journal’s /s/Dr. Dr. Jame’e Brazie’r L.A.c. DAOM/ /s/Matthew Lockwood/ as: ColorInsight, 3748 Bret Harte Dr., NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (AVISO AL lario que usted pueda usar para su re-
twice-a-week resource guide for This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. Regis- DEMANDADO): ANGELITO M PADILLA spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu-
children and families. sor-County Clerk on 12/27/18. (Publish- tered Owner: Mary Hickey Manlove, YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF larios de la corte y más información en el
sor-County Clerk on 1/14/19. (Published (LO ESTÁ DEMANDANDO EL DEMAN- Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, same address. The business is conduct-
Every Tuesday & Weekend in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/22/19, ed by an Individual. The registrant com- DANTE): Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio-
1/8/19, 1/15/19, 1/22/19, 1/29/19). 1/29/19, 2/5/19, 2/12/19). NOTICE! You have been sued. The
menced to transact business under the teca de leyes de su condado o en la
Look for it in today’s paper to FBN on 5-29-2003. court may decide against you without corte que le quede más cerca. Si no
find information on family /s/Mary Hickey Manlove/ your being heard unless you respond puede pagar la cuota de presentación,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME within 30 days. Read the information be- pida al secretario de la corte que le dé
resources in the local area, STATEMENT #280024
This statement was filed with the Asses-
including childcare. STATEMENT #280087 sor-County Clerk on 1/22/19. (Published low. un formulario de exención de pago de
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/29/19, You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a
as: E and V Auto, 1013 So. Claremont as: JPM Homes, 151 W. 3rd Ave. #1, 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19). this summons and legal papers are tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum-
#4, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Registered SAN MATEO, CA 94402. Registered served on you to file a written response plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su-
Owner: Edward Harold Keough, 24 East Owner: Matthew Mills, same address. at this court and have a copy served on eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten-
203 Public Notices Santa Inez #314, San Mateo, CA 94401. The business is conducted by an Individ- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not cia.
The business is conducted by an Individ- STATEMENT #279890 protect you. Your written response must Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ual. The registrant commenced to trans- The following person is doing business be in proper legal form if you want the
ual. The registrant commenced to trans- mendable que llame a un abogado inme-
STATEMENT #280083 act business under the FBN on 1-15- as: Mortgage Services, 181 2nd Avenue court to hear your case. There may be a diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado,
act business under the FBN on 2019.
The following person is doing business 1/11/2019. # 307, SAN MATEO, CA 94401 Regis- court form that you can use for your re- puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a
as: Vert, 7 W 41st Ave. #251, SAN MA- /s/Matthew Mills/ tered Owner: JOE DONNA INC., CA. sponse. You can find these court forms abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo-
TEO, CA 94403. Registered Owner: /s/Edward Harold Keough/ This statement was filed with the Asses- The business is conducted by a Corpora- and more information at the California
This statement was filed with the Asses- gado, es posible que cumpla con los
Dragonfly Vert, Inc., DE. The business is sor-County Clerk on 1/17/19. (Published tion. The registrant commenced to trans- Courts Online Self-Help Center requisitos para obtener servicios legales
conducted by a Corporation. The regis- sor-County Clerk on 1/11/19. (Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/29/19, act business under the FBN on 5/6/2009 (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your gratuitos de un programa de servicios le-
trant commenced to transact business in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/15/19, 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19). /s/Joseph W. Lanam/ county law library, or the courthouse gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar
under the FBN on Feb. 27, 2018. 1/22/19, 1/29/19, 2/5/19). This statement was filed with the Asses- nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio
/s/Ziv Sivan/ sor-County Clerk on 12/26/18. (Publish- fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver web de California Legal Services,
This statement was filed with the Asses- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, form. If you do not file your response on (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro
sor-County Clerk on 1/16/19. (Published FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 1/22/19, 1/29/19, 2/5/19, 2/12/19). time, you may lose the case by default, de Ayuda de las Cortes de California,
STATEMENT #279886 STATEMENT #280133
in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/22/19, and your wages, money, and property (www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en
1/29/19, 2/5/19, 2/12/19). The following person is doing business The following person is doing business may be taken without further warning
as: JJA, 609 Price Ave. Ste. 108, RED- contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo-
as: Project Kaif, 1728 Crockett Lane, from the court. gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte
HILLSBOROUGH, CA 94010. Regis- WOOD CITY, CA 94063. Registered There are other legal requirements. You tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los
tered Owner: KAIFF LLC, DE. The busi- Owner: Jonathan James Associates, may want to call an attorney right away. costos exentos por imponer un grava-
ness is conducted by a Limited Liability Inc., CA. The business is conducted by If you do not know an attorney, you may men sobre cualquier recuperación de
Company. The registrant commenced to a Corporation. The registrant com- want to call an attorney referral service. If $10,000 ó más de valor recibida me-
transact business under the FBN on Au- menced to transact business under the you cannot afford an attorney, you may diante un acuerdo o una concesión de
gust 16, 2017. FBN on 12/11/2013. be eligible for free legal services from a arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil.
/s/Olga Rohde/ /s/Jonathan James/ nonprofit legal services program. You Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte
This statement was filed with the Asses- can locate these nonprofit groups at the antes de que la corte pueda desechar el
This statement was filed with the Asses- California Legal Services Web site
sor-County Clerk on 1/22/19. (Published caso.
sor-County Clerk on 12/24/18. (Publish- (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- The name and address of the court is (El
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 1/29/19, nia Courts Online Self-Help Center nombre y dirección de la corte es): SU-
1/8/19, 1/15/19, 1/22/19, 1/29/19). 2/5/19, 2/12/19, 2/19/19). (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by PERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA
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203 Public notices 203 Public notices 303 electronics 304 furniture 310 misc. for sale 312 Pets & animals
Center, Redwood City, CA 94063-1655 (SEAL) cannon coPier. $20. 650-342-5220. wHiTe wicKer Armoire, asking $100, cuT Glass serving bowl 8" diameter one Kennel Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani-
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ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- free Television - Mitsubishi, 0947 (650)593-2066
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free maGazines. Library discards 316 clothes
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new $75 OBO (650)704-4709 or al. $70.00 call(650)872-2371 $15.00 (650)544-5306
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cozY recliner in good condition.
at this court and have a copy served on vacuum cleaner (reconditioned) Purchased one year ago. $90.00 dition. Royal blue/16W/NWT $25
the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not $20 Call Ed (415)298-0645 anTique iron Hand Drills. 3 available sTemmed crYsTal. 3 styles. 13 (650) 952-3466
(650)722-6318 at $30 each. (650)339-3672 Ron pieces. Pattern: "Catherine".
protect you. Your written response must
be in proper legal form if you want the 297 Bicycles $45. San Bruno.(650)794-0839 worK BooTs. Iron Age, size 10-1/2,
desK, Gd. cond. $99.99 or b.o. BriGGs & Stratton Lawn Mower with
court to hear your case. There may be a (650)458-3578 brown, with steel metatarsal protection.
court form that you can use for your re- Mulch rear bag-like new- $95.00. Tires-seT of four P225 45 R18 $80 In box, $45, OBO. (650)594-1494
adulT BiKes 1 regular and 2 with bal- (650)771-6324.
sponse. You can find these court forms loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 OBO (650)359-2238.
and more information at the California
Courts Online Self-Help Center
dininG room Table-Antique,Oak, crafTsman 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6" TunTuri rowinG Machine, Good 318 sports equipment
cHild’s scHwinn BicYcle, Blue in 5chairs, w/ extension $200 dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402 Condition, $75, (650)483-1222
(www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your (650)290-3188
county law library, or the courthouse good condition. $20. (650) 355-5189. BiG BerTHa, Golfsmith Titanium Driver
lG crafTsmen shop vac 6.5hp $60 uniden HarleY Davidson Gas Tank ,Mid Driver, Stinger 1 3 5 - $99 Rick
nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing mountain bike for sale $35. Runs good. (510)943-9221
fee, ask the court clerk for a fee waiver Burlingame. Phone 650-342-5220.
phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 (415)999-4474
form. If you do not file your response on
dininG TaBle (36"x54") and 4 match-
ing chairs, sturdy oak, cost $600, sell for sHoPsmiTH marK V 50th Anniversary walKer - Good Condition - Like New -
time, you may lose the case by default, mounTain BiKe new 21 gears $100. most attachments. $1,500/OBO. Brand new Golf bag with Stand.
and your wages, money, and property $250 .(650)-654-1930. $35 (650)341-5347
(650)722-3634 (650)504-0585 Makes a great gift. $65. 415-867-6444.
may be taken without further warning No Texting.
from the court. mounTain BiKe. Top brand. Runs dininG TaBle - (72”x42”)WITH 2 FT
There are other legal requirements. You good. $39. (660)342-5220 Extension, six upholstered chairs, excel- vinTaGe crafTsman Jig Saw. Circa 311 musical instruments
lent condition, $450 (650)692-8012. 1947. $60. (650)245-7517 Brand new golf clubs: 1, 3 Woods;
may want to call an attorney right away. Irons: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 pw. Makes a great
1929 anTique Alto Selmer, Cigar Cut-
If you do not know an attorney, you may
want to call an attorney referral service. If
298 collectibles dininG TaBle -and six chairs,Antique 310 misc. for sale ter, Newly Refurbished $6,000 OBO Call gift $95. 415-867-6444. No Texting.
you cannot afford an attorney, you may Duncan Phyfe,78”x42”, with leaf, Perfect (650)742-6776.
1984 Time magazine. Special 1994 Cond. $3600.00 (650)888-2662 15 lP ALBUMS including "Sinatra Trilo- easTon aluminum bat.33 inches, 30
be eligible for free legal services from a Olympics report. $10.00. Leave msg
nonprofit legal services program. You gy", Ronstadt, Minelli, Streisand, and cHromaTic Harmonica: Horner oz, 2 3/4 barrel. $30. (650)596-0513
(650)588-0842 dresser 4-drawer in Belmont for more. $40. San Bruno. (650)794-0839 The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180,
can locate these nonprofit groups at the everlasT 80# MMA Heavy Bag and
California Legal Services Web site $75. Good condition; good for children. (650)278-5776.
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the Califor- 49’er 1990-1991 calendar. Eddie Call (650)678-8585 Stand. Like New. $99 (650)654-9966
deBartolo on cover. Mint condition. 500-600 BiG Band-era 78's--most mint,
nia Courts Online Self-Help Center no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459 GuTHY-renKer Power Rider,Ever-
(www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), or by $10.00. Leave msg (650)588 0842 dresser-anTique vaniTY Combo, 3 ePiPHone les Paul Custom Prophecy
beveled mirrors, Eight Drawers, $400 Electric Guitar. Mint. $625.00. last 2 1/2 ankle weights, kegel thigh ex-
contacting your local court or county bar BessY small Evening Hand Bag With
association. NOTE: The court has a stat- collecTaBle caBBaGe Patch Kids (650)290-3188 (650)421-5469. erciser $20 (510)770-1976
Luncheon Set. Royal Worchester. New Beige Cord $75.00 (650)678-5371
utory lien for waived fees and costs on
any settlement or arbitration award of Box. Great Christmas Present. $100 enTerTainmenT caBineT, 42"W x Bifold sHuTTers 2x28”x79 $10.00 evereTT uPriGHT antique piano. Knee rider $ 50.00 joe (650)573-5269
$10,000 or more in a civil case. The (650) 572-8895 31"H. Two drawers at bottom, dark finish. (650)544-5306 Lovely sound. $99. 650-365-5718.
court's lien must be paid before the court Good condition $75 (650)722-6318 leaTHer Golf bag with 23 clubs $90.
will dismiss the case. ¡AVISO! Lo han dePression Glass Dining Plate. 8 Blue oYsTer cult lp signed by donald HuGe ludwiG Drum Set Silver Sparkle (650) 592-2648.
demandado. Si no responde dentro de 3/4", crows foot pattern, clear ruby red. r. Eric b. And Wilcox. $40. Cash & Chrome, Zelgian, Pasite & Sabian
$12 (650)762-6048 eTHan allen sofa and love seat. Blue Cymbals, 24 in. Timpany $3,500 men's rossiGnol Skis. $95.00,
30 días, la corte puede decidir en su (408)661-6019 good condition, (650)341-0282.
contra sin escuchar su versión. Lea la in- velveteen. Solid construction. Some col- (916)975-4969
formación a continuación. Games of the 23rd Olympiad maga- or fading in spots. Great sofa for reuphol- candelaBra-silver PlaTed tar-
zine. 1984. $10.00. Leave msg (650)588- stering. Free. (650)593-7001. one dozen Official League Diamond
Tiene 30 DÍAS DE CALENDARIO de- nish resistant,5 light, 11”tall, 11”wide, Piano-andrew KoHler, Mahogany,
0842 Spinet piano, Very Good Condition, $400 Baseballs. Brand New. $45. Call Roger
spués de que le entreguen esta citación Made in England, $45 (650)222-2025
y papeles legales para presentar una re- GenTlY used coffee table; cherry fin- (415)334-1980 (650)771-6324.
spuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer lennox red Rose, Unused, hand ish/traditional $40 (650)722-6318
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, casH reGisTer Parts; Much Skin Not ToTal GYm XLS, excellent condition.
que se entregue una copia al deman- Glider rocker and ottoman, oak, excel- Guts $500 (415)269-4784
dante. Una carta o una llamada telefóni- $12.00. (650) 578 9208. PlaYer Piano 1916 W/Bench 25 mu- Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
lent condition. $100 (650)345-5644. (650)588-0828
ca no lo protegen. Su respuesta por es- comealonG 3/4 ton chain $25 (650) sic rolls $950 Don (415)309-3892
crito tiene que estar en formato legal cor- miller liTe Neon sign , work good
$59 call (650)218-6528 iKea dresser, black, 3 shelf. 23" x 873-6304 www.elo.deals
recto si desea que procesen su caso en 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804. Treadmill-Horizon liKe New, limit-
la corte. Es posible que haya un formu- old, anTique, Bottle Collection: 20 cosco PlaY Pen with travel bag. Used sPineT Piano + Bench, $50. Call ed use, Paid $750-Asking $450 OBO
lario que usted pueda usar para su re- bottles in total. $40 for all. (650)762-6048 iKea TaBle, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. once $35 (650)591-2981 (650)589-1407 (650)508-8662
spuesta. Puede encontrar estos formu- $ 30. (650)598-9804.
larios de la corte y más información en el one collecTion of antique Cuban
Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de Cali- Cigar Bands. $95. (415) 867-6444. No new deluxe Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
fornia (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblio- Texting. ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
teca de leyes de su condado o en la Sell! (650) 875-8159.
corte que le quede más cerca. Si no small ruG beater. $15.00 (650)207-
puede pagar la cuota de presentación, 4162 niaGara viBraTinG Adjustable bed
pida al secretario de la corte que le dé good condition Burlingame $90 Call Dan
un formulario de exención de pago de sTar wars R2-D2, original 1998 un- (408)656-0958
cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a opened action figure. $15 in San Carlos.
tiempo, puede perder el caso por incum- Steve 650-518-6614 office TYPe 34"X 60" heavy solid
plimiento y la corte le podrá quitar su su- wood with formica wood grain top $25
eldo, dinero y bienes sin más adverten- ToPPs BaseBall complete set 1987 (650) 787-9753
cia. thru 1992, 1998,1999 $99 Rick (415)999-
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es reco- 4474 reclininG cHair, wine colored $30,
mendable que llame a un abogado inme- (650)-583-4985
diatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, vinTaGe sTemware: 3 styles, 23
puede llamar a un servicio de remisión a pcs. $60, (650)207-4162 reTro HuTcH Needs refinishing other-
abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abo- wise good condition. Top detaches from
gado, es posible que cumpla con los 299 computers bottom $25. (650)712-9962
requisitos para obtener servicios legales
gratuitos de un programa de servicios le- sofa-BeiGe faBric, Orig. $900,
19" color Monitor with stand VG con- Rarely used, 7ft long, $350
gales sin fines de lucro. Puede encontrar dition power cord/owners manual includ-
estos grupos sin fines de lucro en el sitio (650)234-8218
ed $60.00 OBO 1-415-279-4857
web de California Legal Services,
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro solid wood Dining table with exten-
de Ayuda de las Cortes de California, recordaBle cd-r 74, Sealed, Unop- sion great piece great condition black
(www.sucorte.ca.gov) o poniéndose en ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X, $80 (650)364-5263
contacto con la corte o el colegio de abo- (650) 578 9208
gados locales. AVISO: Por ley, la corte solid wood Entertainment Center-
tiene derecho a reclamar las cuotas y los 300 Toys TurnTable, Am-Fm, Eight Track, Built In
Speakers, Sony 26’ Smart T.V.(68.75 in.
costos exentos por imponer un grava-
men sobre cualquier recuperación de american flYer locomotive runs X 25.5inch X28inch) $500 o.b.o
$10,000 ó más de valor recibida me- good #21085 $75.00 (650) 867-7433 (925)482-5742
diante un acuerdo o una concesión de
arbitraje en un caso de derecho civil. JumP and Play Keyboard brand new, in TaBle 24"x48" folding legs each end.
Tiene que pagar el gravamen de la corte original box. $25.00. (650)454-7580. Melamine top, 500# capacity. Cost
antes de que la corte pueda desechar el $130. Sell $50. 650-591-4141
caso. sTar wars Celebration 3 Darth Vader
The name and address of the court is (El $20 new w/case Dan (650)303-3568 TiKi Bar - Original from the 60’s,Like
nombre y dirección de la corte es): Elvis', made of wood, 68”X22X39, $3500
Downtown Superior Court (DTS) (650)245-4234.
191 North First St.
302 antiques
San Jose, CA 95113
The name, address, and telephone num- anTique HeminGraY Glass Tele- Twin Bed frame-black wrought iron
ber of plaintiff's attorney, or plaintiff with- graph Pole Insulator. Aqua colored. Pris- from Crate & Barrel $65 (650)631-1341
out an attorney, is (El nombre, la direc- tine condition. 4.5"X3.25" $15 (650)762-
ción y el número de teléfono del aboga- 6048 Twin Bed, mattress, box spring, frame
do del demandante, o del demandante $ 50. (650)598-9804.
que no tiene abogado, es): Beer sTeins-oriGinal from Germa-
Joel M. Chan SBN 297086 Twin Bed- Free you pick up. Call
ny, three different $99 ea. Call for info (650)344-2109
540 Bird Ave. (650)592-7483
SAN JOSE, CA 95125 used Bedroom Furniture, FREE. Call
408.615.1155 (650)573-7381.
FILED: 06/13/2018
DATE (Fecha): maHoGanY anTique Secretary desk, wall uniT/room Divider. Simple
Clerk (Secretario) by Clerk of Court 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- lines. Breaks down for transportation.
Deputy (Adjunto) A. Hwang elled glass, $150. (650)766-3024. $25.(650)712-9962 leave message
NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED:
You are served. roseville TuliP Pitcher, Ca: 1900. walnuT cHesT, small (4 drawer with
$45. (650)574-2490. upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
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VintAGe nASh Cruisers Mens/ Wom- buiCk ‘07 LUCERNE, 103K miles, CAdillAC ‘85 Classic El Dorado toyotA ‘08 SIENNA LE, excellent con- 1960S CAdillAC hub caps $40
ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz $4,500. (650)302-5523 44,632 original miles. Needs body work dition, camera, bluetooth, trailer, 94K (650)592-3887
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and headliner $2,475 OBO (650)218-
4681.
miles. $9,000. text (925)786-5545 See
craigslist for pics. bridGeStone AlenzA 235/65R17,
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flat/incline bench and legs. $100. CheVy ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT CheVy ‘55 BEL AIR 2 door, Standard 640 Motorcycles/Scooters used less than 10k. (650)593-4490
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in the Daily Journal. obo. (650)952-4036. plastic/bumper/grill complete. Perfect
yAMAhA roof RACK, 58 inches $75. (650) 995-0003
(650)458-3255 Got An older CheVy ‘86 CorVette. Automatic.
Photos. San Mateo $75 (650)727-7266
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340 Camera & Photo equip. potential home buyers & Do the humane thing. obo. (650) 952-4036. with mounting hardware and other parts Front Bumper/plastic/grill unit
renters a day, Donate it to the $35. Call (650)670-2888 complete/perfect. Perfect/photos availa-
nikon 18-140 zoom lenses (3), excel- ble .$75. (650)727-7266
lent condition. $200 each. (650)592-9044 from South San Francisco Humane Society. CorVette ‘69 350 4-SPeed. 50k
to Palo Alto. Call 1- 866-899-3051 MileS. New upgrades $24,500 OBO.. 645 boats PeerleSS tire Chains, used a few
(650)481-5296.
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times. Fits several sizes P165-225. $20
struction Manual & 50mm El-Omegar En- obo. (650)745-6309
larging Lens $95 (415)260-6940 dAtSun ‘79 510 Sedan grey original HP. NIssan Outboard Motor. $800.
Call (650)344-5200 MAzdA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con- condition clean inside and out $2,700 (650) 591-5404. the Club steering wheel locks 2 each
ViVitAr V 2000 W/35-70 zoom and dition One owner Fully loaded Low (650)364-3562 new. $ 20.00 (650)871-8907
original manual. Like new. $99 SSF miles reduced $16,995 obo (650)520-
4650 MAlibu 24 ft with tower. Completely re- White StAr Tire Chains, never used.
(650)583-6636 MerCedeS ‘74 450 SEL, One owner, built and re-finished. Boat and Motor.
No Accidents, Needs engine work, Pale P195/75R14. $25 obo. (650)745-6309.
20K obo. (650)851-0878.
345 Medical equipment 440 Apartments MAzdA 2016 Sky Active one owner per- Yellow, $2,500 OBO (650)375-1350.
fect condition 4DR Silver Low miles SeA rAy 16 ft . I/B. $1,200. Needs
680 Autos Wanted
belMont: lArGe -1br, 2br, 3br Apts.; $19,995 OBO (650)520-4650
AdJuStAble bAth shower transfer Prime Location, Quiet Buildings, Clean & MerCedeS ‘79 450 SL with hard top. Upholstery. Call (650)898-5732.
bench with sidebar $15 (510)770-1976 Completely rebuilt. 20K obo. (650)851- Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
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34,500 Excellent condition (650)796- 650 rVs Parts collection etc.
(650593-8254. So clean out that garage
et,cover,splash sheild,armrests $10 3896. MerCedeS ‘89 300e, Low Miles, Excel.
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Condition, Good Engine, Needs paint,
470 rooms PontiAC ‘97 Passenger Van. Aluminum $13,900 (650)303-4257. Leave msg.
36 ft, Excellent Condition. $39,500. Joe 650 342-2483
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(650)348-6660
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stretcher w/ heat $99.00 joe (650)573-
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Around the world
Searchers probe deep mud
Cuban president says three dead,
from Brazil dam breach; 65 dead
BRUMADINHO, Brazil — Brazilian firefighters and
172 hurt after tornado hits Havana
Israeli rescue workers poked sticks into treacherous mud THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Driver Oster lapsed completely and 30 suffered par-
Monday looking for bodies as pressure mounted on the Rodriguez said that tial collapse.
mining company responsible for a dam that burst and HAVANA — A tornado and pounding amid a fierce storm, More than 200, 000 people lost
spilled a flood of iron ore waste. rains smashed into the eastern part of what looked like a water service, largely because of power
By late in the day, the death toll rose to 65, with 279 peo- Cuba’s capital overnight, toppling thick, swirling cuts that left pumps out of service.
ple still missing, said Lt. Col. Flavio Godinho of the civil trees, bending power poles and fling- cloud touched down Some 100 underground cisterns close
defense department in the southeastern state of Minas ing shards of metal roofing through in the central plaza to the coastal section of Havana were
Gerais. the air as the storm cut a path of of the Reparto contaminated by seawater.
In a sign of the risks posed by the deep mud, Col. destruction across eastern Havana. Modelo neighbor-
Power was cut to many areas and hood “like a fire- Three electric substations were
Alexandre Ferreira, a doctor with the military police of Miguel knocked out by the tornado, the
Minas Gerais, advised rescue crews, volunteers and journal- President Miguel Diaz-Canel said ball.” He saw a bus
Monday at least three people were
Diaz-Canel strongest to hit Cuba since Dec. 26,
ists to take antibiotics to prevent cholera, the bacterial blown over, though
killed and 172 injured. he said the driver escaped unharmed. 1940, when a Category F4 tornado hit
infection leptospirosis and other diseases. the town of Bejucal, in what is now
Officials said the death toll was expected to grow “expo- Julio Menendez, a 33-year-old Miguel Angel Hernandez of the
restaurant worker, said his neighbor- Cuban Center for Meteorology said the Mayabeque province.
nentially,” since no had been rescued alive since Saturday.
Search efforts were extremely slow because of the treach- hood in Havana’s 10 de Octubre munic- tornado was a Category F3, with winds The windows in the seven-story
erous sea of reddish-brown mud that surged out when the ipality looked “like a horror movie.” between 155 and 199 miles per hour, Daughters of Galicia Hospital in 10 de
mine tailings dam breached Friday afternoon. The mud was “From one moment to the next, we produced when a cold front hit Cuba’s Octubre section were sucked out of
up 24 feet deep in some places, forcing searchers to care- heard a noise like an airplane falling northern coast. their frames by the wind, leaving cur-
fully walk around the edges of the muck or slowly crawl out of the sky. The first thing I did was Members of the Provincial Defense tains flapping in the breeze, and all the
onto it so they would not sink and drown. go hug my daughters,” who are 9 and Council of Havana said 90 homes col- patients, new and expectant mothers,
Teams focused their searches Monday morning in areas 12, he told the Associated Press. had to be evacuated.
where a bus was immersed and where many workers were eat-
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REUTERS
U.S. National Security
Adviser John Bolton
holds a pad of note
US hits Venezuela
paper with a note
reading ‘5,000 troops
to Colombia’ as he
waits to address
with oil sanctions
reporters as the Trump
administration
announces economic
sanctions against
topressure Maduro
By Matthew Lee and Deb Riechmann
Venezuela and the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Venezuelan state
owned oil company WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Monday
Petroleos de sanctioned Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, ratchet-
Venezuela during a ing up pressure on socialist President
press briefing at the Nicolas Maduro to cede power to the
White House. U.S.-backed opposition in the oil-rich
nation in South America.
The action means Maduro’s embattled
government would lose access to one of
its most important sources of income
and foreign currency along with around
$7 billion in assets of the state-owned
company, Petroleos De Venezuela S.A. Nicolas Maduro
Hours after the White House
announced the sanctions, Maduro went on state TV and
called the U.S. action “immoral, criminal.” In words
directed at President Donald Trump, he said, “Hands off
Venezuela!”
The sanctions follow the unusual decision by more than
20 countries, including the U.S., to recognize the oppo-
sition leader of the National Assembly, Juan Guaido, as
the interim president of Venezuela. Maduro was re-elected
last year in an election widely seen as fraudulent. The
once prosperous nation has been in an economic col-
lapse, with several million citizens fleeing to neighbor-
ing countries.
“We have continued to expose the corruption of Maduro
and his cronies, and today’s action ensures they can no
longer loot the assets of the Venezuelan people,” nation-
al security adviser John Bolton said at a White House
news conference to announce the sanctions with Treasury
Secretary Steven Mnuchin.