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Cindy Cornell

Cindy Cornell commented on New condos proposed in Burlingame

6 units out of 120 will be "affordable." No one ever tells you what that means. Affordable to whom? Certainly not any of the health care workers or teachers we need. The day I believe Stanley Lo is interested in making Burlingame affordable is the day I'm diagnosed with dementia.



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Cindy Cornell commented on Independent press

What headline are you talking about?



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Cindy Cornell commented on Housing, jobs and traffic

It's a fact that the current City Council in Burlingame continues to invite and celebrate more and more jobs coming to the Bayfront. We all need to think about that this November.



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Cindy Cornell commented on Homeless situation

I suggest you personally talk to a hundred homeless people to inform yourself.



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Cindy Cornell commented on Media portrayal of congresswomen

Have you been following the President's comments about these 4 women? Telling them to go back to their own countries when 3 were born here and 1 is a naturalized citizen? There's your answer.


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Cindy Cornell commented on Supply jobs, supply housing

It would be a good idea to ask Mayor Colson in Burlingame about its own plans to keep adding jobs without enough housing. 3500 new jobs coming to the new Facebook campus in Burlingame without sufficient housing, and she and others are eager to add thousands more jobs on the bayfront.


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A really engaging book about William Ralston and the other robber barons of early California is called Imperial San Francisco by urban geographer Grey Brechin. Highly recommend it!


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How true. I guess Mr. Grocott and his friends would turn away a bleeding person at the ER unless they could show documentation.


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Cindy Cornell commented on HMB moves to protect renters

Half Moon Bay is really listening and stepping up for tenants. One problem with the minimum lease, as we have seen in Redwood City, is that a landlord will offer a one-year lease as required, at an inflated amount, with a month-to-month being much cheaper. So the tenant winds up choosing …

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Cindy Cornell commented on San Bruno development denied

Are they worried about making San Bruno look a whole lot better? This is really malfeasance - so many residents there need affordable housing.