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Why Sitting Is Taking Years Off Your Life, And How To Fight Back

June 15, 2018
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Why Sitting Is Taking Years Off Your Life, And How To Fight Back

South San Francisco, CA   June 15, 2018  Guest Article By John Roark, ManRevived.com Take just a moment to think of our modern lifestyle and all the privileges afforded to us. Incredible advancements in hygiene and health care, improved work conditions (no more getting mangled in a giant factory machine after a 16 hour shift, usually),…

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Letter to Editor: Civic Campus Project Bloated Costs – Officials Now Quote $190M ++

June 14, 2018
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Letter to Editor: Civic Campus Project Bloated Costs – Officials Now Quote $190M ++

South San Francisco, CA    June 14, 2018  by A South San Francisco Resident Updated Project Cost (2018 estimate in YOE$) CIVIC CAMPUS OUT of CONTROL COSTS This is the reality of the much unanticipated signature project the city council wants us to pay for, and realizing that it is over the top. Behind closed doors…

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Letter to the Editor: Congratulations & Personal Challenge for Sheriff Bolanos

June 7, 2018
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Letter to the Editor: Congratulations & Personal Challenge for Sheriff Bolanos

South San Francisco, CA    June 7, 2018  by Jeffrey Tong Carlos Bolanos may have won the election for San Mateo County Sheriff with 59% of the votes, but he failed to win the trust of over 40% of voters. Undersheriffs may be forced to respect their superior’s position or title, but the people’s trust is something that…

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Letter to the Editor: Kilroy Realty acquiring the entitlements from Oyster Point Development

June 7, 2018
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Letter to the Editor: Kilroy Realty acquiring the entitlements from Oyster Point Development

South San Francisco, CA    June 7, 2018  By Mark Johnson, SSF Resident South San Francisco, with “Cap’n Mike Futrell” at the wheel, looks to push-along another enormous and predictably-difficult project.   I wish I knew what makes Futrell and his futurian cohorts feel the city can manage the consequences of this construction job when they…

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South San Francisco Residents Quack Up After Being Ducked

May 28, 2018
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South San Francisco Residents Quack Up After Being Ducked

South San Francisco, CA   May 28, 2018  South San Francisco resident Alicia Padilla De Lira awoke the other morning delighted to find out her home had been ducked as her family examined all the rubber ducks in their front yard. “We live in Southwood and got DUCKED!” Alicia said.  “It was a simple good deed…

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Letter to Editor: South San Francisco’s Uncontrolled Traffic Mess

May 23, 2018
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Letter to Editor: South San Francisco’s Uncontrolled Traffic Mess

South San Francisco, CA   May 23, 2018 by South San Francisco Resident of 45+ Years I read the Letter to the Editor { Letter to the Editor: South San Francisco Screws Drivers Again!} about the horrific traffic problems due to the lack of adequate signage and notification to those using South Airport while the emergency repairs…

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Start a New Career in Real Estate; CSM Class Registration Now Open

May 23, 2018
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Start a New Career in Real Estate; CSM Class Registration Now Open

South San Francisco, CA   May 23, 2018  By Prof. Marc Gottlieb Sign Ups NOW For Summer CSM Real Estate Classes {to register click here now!} South City and San Mateo County are “front row and center” for Real Estate right now.  From home sales to new condos, apartments, and office blocks, our area right here is…

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Letter to the Editor: South San Francisco Screws Drivers Again!

May 22, 2018
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Letter to the Editor: South San Francisco Screws Drivers Again!

South San Francisco, CA   May 22, 2018   by Mark Johnson, SSF Resident After a meager page-5 announcement in last Friday’s Enterprise-Journal, the city completely cut South Airport Boulevard traffic at the San Bruno Canal on Monday. This heavily-traveled artery serves to connect many businesses to the airport and shipping. Costco employees tell of a “ghost…

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Letter to Editor: South San Francisco Sports Field Sold to the Highest Bidder?

May 3, 2018
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Letter to Editor: South San Francisco Sports Field Sold to the Highest Bidder?

South San Francisco, CA  May 3, 2018 by Sebastian Falko, SSF Resident‎ Seems STARS Academy Soccer Club may be practicing at Alta Loma Middle School? In a climate where its difficult to supply adequate fields for our own SSF soccer/baseball residents and then you see people come from San Mateo to use our city’s fields?…

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Letter to the Editor: No on PUC Development Save the Character of South City

May 1, 2018
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Letter to the Editor: No on PUC Development Save the Character of South City

South San Francisco, CA   May 1, 2018  by Debbie Wydler, SSF Resident Some thoughts as we embark on yet one more community gathering tomorrow evening 6pm at the MSB (33 Arroyo Drive) where we are pleading to keep our quality of life here in South City: *Has the City addressed the traffic? *Has the City…

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