Monthly Archives: September 2012

Spotlight On ROGER CAIN, Professional Aerial Photographer

September 28, 2012
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Spotlight On ROGER CAIN, Professional Aerial Photographer

Spotlight On ROGER CAIN, Professional Aerial Photographer Roger Cain was born in South San Francisco and it is where he still resides today, along with his wife Darlene. Many locals may recognize Cain’s photo work as it has been published in local papers; San Mateo Daily Journal, Peninsula Progress, San Bruno Mountain Watch Conservatory, among…

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Roger Cain Photography and Schellville Airport concerns

September 27, 2012
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Roger Cain Photography and Schellville Airport concerns

Many of  our ESC friends know and love the work done by our South City photographer Roger Cain. What many may not know Roger professionally covers many air shows through out the US. This photo is from Schellville Airport over in Sonoma which is facing some trouble from nearby Leland Fly Fishing Ranch. Roger shares…

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ESC Recap 9.19.2012

September 19, 2012
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ESC Recap Everything South City is an online community group where people share what’s up in South City in real time. This is a recap of some of the past week’s posts.  Join in on the conversation at www.EverythingSouthCity.com or find us on Facebook . *Much buzz about the City Wide Garage Sale on Saturday…

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South San Francisco Unified School District, The Community, and Measure J; Update

September 19, 2012
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South San Francisco Unified School District, The Community, and Measure J; Update The South San Francisco Unified School District Board met on Thursday September 13th with part of the agenda focusing on the Measure J bonds.  The meeting was held at the City Council Chambers on Arroyo and was televised for the general public on…

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Preservation Efforts on California Coastal Cleanup Day in South San Francisco

September 19, 2012
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Preservation Efforts on California Coastal Cleanup Day in South San Francisco

Preservation Efforts on California Coastal Cleanup Day in South San Francisco Many people were outdoors this weekend working to clean up the coasts, creeks, and to learn more about preserving our natural resources.  The South San Francisco Community Preservation Task Force, partnered with San Mateo County Department of Public Works, for the Colma Creek Cleanup…

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New England Lobster Market and Eatery; Where old meets new

September 19, 2012
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New England Lobster Market and Eatery; Where old meets new

New England Lobster Market and Eatery; Where old meets new By Kamala Silva Wolfe, Peninsula Progress September 12, 2012 After twenty five years in South San Francisco, New England Lobster will be moving back to its original home of Burlingame, but bigger and better.  New England Lobster Market and Eatery is slated to open by…

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On being green; A senior’s point of view

September 19, 2012
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On being green; A senior’s point of view

Being Green – A view from our elders: One day as an older woman was checking out at the grocery store, the young cashier said, “You should consider bringing your own grocery bags, because plastic bags aren’t good for the environment.” The woman apologized and explained, “We didn’t have this green thing back in my…

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URBAN SHIELD; Red Area Command in South San Francisco

September 8, 2012
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URBAN SHIELD; Red Area Command in South San Francisco

URBAN SHIELD; Red Area Command in South San Francisco By Kamala Silva Wolfe, Peninsula Progress September 2012 “We are the City that can”, Chief White said as he pointed to Sign Hill. “We are industrious and we can do it!”  There was a sense of satisfied accomplishment after the Urban Shield Drill in which SSFFD…

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It Takes A Village When We Raise Our Kids

September 8, 2012
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It Takes A Village When We Raise Our Kids

It Takes A Village; Boys & Girls Club of Northern San Mateo Steps Up South San Francisco, CA September 2012 The Village We’ve all heard the saying, “It takes a village to raise a child” and the Boys and Girls Club of Northern San Mateo County really takes this serious.  The three club locations in…

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