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Grocery Shopping Survey Results Presented

April 27, 2017
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Grocery Shopping Survey Results Presented

South San Francisco, CA   April 27, 2017 Last month we invited our South City neighbors to complete a 1 minute survey regarding their grocery shopping practices and preferences. The survey was limited to one responder per device/computer with nearly 1000 participants. We greatly appreciate all who took part in this anonymous survey and, while…

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SSFUSD Announces 2017 Summer STEM Institute

April 27, 2017
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SSFUSD Announces 2017 Summer STEM Institute

South San Francisco, CA   April 27, 2017  Submitted by SSFUSD  We are pleased to be able to offer English Language Arts through STEM course during the summer for 3rd- 5th grade and for 6-8th grade students (2017/18 School Year): Grades 3-5  at Spruce Elementary M-F 8a-12p June 14-July 7 (no class July 3 &…

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Public Invited to GGNC Avenue of Flags Memorial Day Observance

April 27, 2017
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Public Invited to GGNC Avenue of Flags Memorial Day Observance

South San Francisco, CA   April 27, 2017  Submitted by Carolyn Livengood ANY HELP EACH OF YOU CAN GIVE IN SPREADING THE WORD ABOUT OUR MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM FOR MONDAY, MAY 29, AT GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL CEMETERY IN SAN BRUNO WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED BY CEMETERY DIRECTOR KATHY MCCALL AND ME. HOPE TO SEE YOU…

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37th Annual South San Francisco Police Association Senior Breakfast Set For Sunday May 21

April 27, 2017
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37th Annual South San Francisco Police Association Senior Breakfast Set For Sunday May 21

South San Francisco, CA   April 27, 2017  Submitted by SSFPD The South San Francisco Police Association is inviting local seniors to their 37th Annual Senior Sunday, May 21, 2017 as the Magnolia Senior Center located at 601 Grand Avenue, 3rd Floor.  Breakfast will be served from 9-11am. Please be sure to let your senior neighbors…

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PHS/SPCA’s Pet of the Week is Tig.

April 27, 2017
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PHS/SPCA’s Pet of the Week is Tig.

South San Francisco, CA    April 27, 2017   Submitted by PHS/SPCA After some games of fetch Tig wants to lounge on the couch with you and enjoy lots of good pets. They’re her favorite! This gal is gentle and affectionate and ready to find her forever home. Come meet this darling 7 year old…

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Mullin’s Bill to Make CA Count in Presidential Primaries Clears Assembly Elections Committee

April 26, 2017
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Mullin’s Bill to Make CA Count in Presidential Primaries Clears Assembly Elections Committee

South San Francisco, CA   April 26, 2017  Press Release  AB 84 would move California Presidential Primary Election to Super Tuesday in 2020 Sacramento – Today, AB 84, Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Kevin Mullin’s bill which would move California’s presidential primary to early March in 2020, passed out of the Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee…

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Oyster Point Construction Community Open House May 4th

April 25, 2017
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Oyster Point Construction Community Open House May 4th

South San Francisco, CA    April 25, 2017   Submitted by Oyster Point Development     Starting this summer, we will begin construction to transform Oyster Point into a vibrant and sustainable mixed-use space, as called for in the 2011 Oyster Point Specific Plan. The first phase of this work will improve vital and necessary…

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City of South San Francisco Holds Mock Drill to Test its Readiness for a Real Emergency

April 25, 2017
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City of South San Francisco Holds Mock Drill to Test its Readiness for a Real Emergency

South San Francisco, CA   April 25, 2017  Press Release City of South San Francisco City Staff partner with San Mateo County’s Health System and Mosquito and Vector Control The City of South San Francisco, in partnership with San Mateo County’s Health System and Mosquito and Vector Control, participated in a mock emergency drill called…

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HUD Reports $105K Considered Low Income in San Mateo County

April 24, 2017
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HUD Reports $105K Considered Low Income in San Mateo County

South San Francisco, Ca   April 24, 2017    We knew housing costs were going up yet how many realized that $105K for a family of 4 would be considered low income by our federal government? The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has published 2017 stats stating a family of 4 earning $105,350 is ‘low…

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HMB Pacific Coast Dream Machines Set for April 30th

April 24, 2017
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HMB Pacific Coast Dream Machines Set for April 30th

South San Francisco, CA   April 24, 2017    Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show –– marking its 27th year in 2017 with a massive celebration of mechanical ingenuity, power and style. Sunday, April 30, 2017 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Half Moon Bay Airport It’s a whimsical, fascinating, amusing, curious and absolutely unique show and tell spectacle featuring 2,000…

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