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No lifeline for long-delayed development: South City officials deny Centennial Village developer’s request to cut prevailing wage
A proposed housing and commercial project in South San Francisco long on life support is flatlining after officials pulled the plug on the most recent development amendment sought by the builder. The South San Francisco City Council unanimously denied Wednesday, March 22, a request from developer ...
By Austin Walsh Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
Bill aligns clean energy with peak use times: Assemblyman proposes utilities increase renewables to connect with consumer behavior
In an effort to keep California at the forefront of renewable energy and climate change policies, legislation has been proposed to require more clean electricity be offered during times when consumers are most likely to flip on the lights. While the state has aggressive greenhouse gas emission redu...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
Tax to help with street repairs: San Mateo looks to fill storm-worsened potholes, rehabilitate failed roads
  Armed with support from voters and sales tax revenue, San Mateo is moving to repair 14 miles of failed roads and potholes exacerbated by the winter’s drought-busting storms. It’s been more than a year since the city extended a locally-controlled, quarter-cent sales tax touted as vital suppo...
By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal staff FULL STORY
School officials explore teacher housing hurdles: San Mateo-Foster City school board examining common issues with workforce developments
The financing, zoning and development hurdles that San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District officials may face as they consider building workforce housing can be overcome, according to a legal expert. Adam Ely, deputy San Mateo County counsel, addressed the district Board of Trustees during...
By Austin Walsh Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
When ‘Over There’ meant Siberia
Amidst World War I, going “over there” usually referred to the savage trench warfare in France, but for some doughboys at Camp Fremont in Menlo Park, it meant the cold, seemingly endless white horizons of snow in Siberia. Siberia? Yes, about 3,000 soldiers from the sprawling training camp on the...
By Jim Clifford FULL STORY
San Mateo County police reports
REDWOOD CITY Disturbance. A man entered a store and attempted to steal a phone on El Camino Real before 1:16 p.m. Tuesday, March 21. Theft. Someone broke into a mail room on Main Street before 9:32 a.m. Tuesday, March 21. Parking violation. A gray SUV was parked in the middle of the road on Buc...

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