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Life lessons
For those of you without children, Daniel Tiger is the new Mr. Rogers — but it’s a cartoon instead. Same concept, same music, just different. Daniel has life lessons on his show like how to use the bathroom, how to wait for show-and-tell, what it’s like when there is a new baby in the house...
By Jon Mays FULL STORY
 
OP-ED: Labels matter
Is it a crime to be an undocumented immigrant in the United States? You might be surprised to learn the answer. I know I was. I’m using the word “undocumented” rather than “illegal” deliberately. Doing something illegal, in the public mind, makes you a criminal … and being a foreigner ...
By Mark Olbert FULL STORY
Letter: Development hurting neighborhood ambience
Editor. Concerning the March 21 Daily Journal article, “More apartments proposed near Caltrain Hayward Park” — here we go again, greedy developers trying to cash in at our neighborhood’s expense. As a homeowner in the Sunnybrae neighborhood for 30 years in May, we’ve seen nothing but o...
Letter FULL STORY
 
Letter: Millbrae management
Editor, One might allege negligent behavior and mismanaged funds in Millbrae are due to constant staff turnover. However, the staff turnover is due to unsatisfactory city manager management and behavior. That is the “real problem.” It has persisted because of the City Council’s failure to re...
Letter FULL STORY
Letter: A reader’s thanks
Editor,   Thank you for publishing the column “A lesson we should heed from history” in the March 21 edition of the Daily Journal by Jonathan Madison against anti-Semitism. I hope that messages like his will help to stop the prejudice and hatred.     Norman G. Licht San Carlos...
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Daily Journal Quick Poll
 
Do you think San Mateo County cities should do more to ensure there are sufficient and affordable child care spaces?

Yes, there are not enough affordable spaces
Encouraging more spaces would bring cost down
There should be subsidies for those making lower incomes
No, let the market dictate the available spaces
Employers should do more to provide child care spaces
Don't know

 

 
 
 
 
 
  
 
  
 
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