San Mateo Councilwoman Amourence Lee, left to right, Councilman Rick Bonilla, Public Works Deputy Director Matt Zucca, Public Works Deputy Director Azalea Mitch, City Manager Drew Corbett, Mayor Joe Goethals, Public Works Director Brad Underwood, Police Chief Ed Barberini, Deputy Mayor Eric Rodriguez and Councilwoman Diane Papan break ground at the site of the Coyote Point pump station in the North Shoreview

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