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Editorial: Mandelkern, Schwarz, Talansky for community college board
With seven candidates for three seats on the San Mateo County Community College District Board of Trustees, there is certainly no shortage of opinions on the board that runs each of the county’s community colleges — Cañada College in Redwood City, College of San Mateo and Skyline College in San...
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What binds us together
World-renowned poet John Donne once said that “no man is an island entire of itself.” This symbolizes the belief that the whole of humanity is inextricably linked with one another — our lives, our moral consciousness and our fate. The notion that no man is an island is proved time and again in...
By Jonathan Madison FULL STORY
Daily Journal endorsements
City councils San Bruno City Council: Irene O’Connell, Michael Salazar http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/opinions/2015-09-09/editorial-oconnell-salazar-for-san-bruno-council/1776425149825.html San Mateo City Council: Maureen Freschet, Diane Papan http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/opi...
Editor’s note
During election season, the Daily Journal does not accept guest perspective submissions from candidates for office or on election-related topics such as local measures. Letters to the editor of about 250 words on election-related topics or from candidates for office will be accepted....
Letter: Stop raising taxes and look for other solutions
Editor, Just once I would like to see a Democrat politician suggest that we learn to live within our means instead of constantly raising taxes. The city of San Mateo projects the coming fiscal year will produce more than $37.3 million in property tax, $26.2 million in sales tax and $6.1 million in ...
Letter: Locals should stick to local issues
Editor, Not sure why Sue Lempert wrote “Republican Debate II” in the Sept. 28 edition of the Daily Journal. She does not have a dog in this fight. Her low opinions of Republican candidates do not matter. We all know she is a Democrat and will not be part of the selection process. Only ...

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