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Wreaths Across America at Golden Gate National Cemetery December 16, 2017

December 17, 2017
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Wreaths Across America at Golden Gate National Cemetery December 16, 2017

South San Francisco, CA   December 17, 2017  Stacey Turpin contributed to this story Yesterday, all across our country, wreaths were placed on our veteran’s graves to honor them at Christmas time and the annual event at our local Golden Gate National Cemetery was once again busy with activity. Local columnist Carolyn Livengood covered this…

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Policy Highlights of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Conference Report

December 16, 2017
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Policy Highlights of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Conference Report

South San Francisco, CA  December 16, 2017  Submitted by Michael Harris EDITOR’S NOTE: There is much interest in the proposed federal tax bill so we are sharing what has been sent to us which originated with the House Ways and Means Committee  and the Senate Finance Committee, via Speaker Paul Ryan’s office.   POLICY HIGHLIGHTS The Tax Cuts…

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Services for San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Announced

December 13, 2017
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Services for San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Announced

South San Francisco, CA   December 13, 2017  Services for San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee have been announced and will be held at the Rotunda at the City Hall between the hours of 8am and 7pm. The public is invited to pay respect to the 43rd Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco.…

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2nd Annual Menorah Lighting & Chanukah Celebration Set for Sunday Dec 17 at SSF City Hall

December 13, 2017
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2nd Annual Menorah Lighting & Chanukah Celebration Set for Sunday Dec 17 at SSF City Hall

South San Francisco, Ca   December 13, 2017 Rabbi Goldman and the Chabad of Daly City invite the public to the 2nd Annual Menorah Lighting and Chanukah Celebration to be held at South San Francisco City Hall, 400 Grand Avenue, this Sunday December 17th. This free event starts at 4pm with Chanukah activities for children and will include…

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Free Workshop for Business Owners: Learn How ‘Cal Competes Tax Credit Program’ Can Help with Expansion

December 13, 2017
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Free Workshop for Business Owners: Learn How ‘Cal Competes Tax Credit Program’ Can Help with Expansion

South San Francisco, CA  December 13, 2017 Submitted by Susan Kennedy, Office of Assemblyman Kevin Mullin Do you know the state of California is offering over $200 million in tax credits this year to incentivize businesses to create full-time jobs? The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development will be available in San Mateo for…

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2017 Bay Area Senior Health Policy Forum; Conference on Aging

December 11, 2017
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2017 Bay Area Senior Health Policy Forum; Conference on Aging

South San Francisco, CA   December 11, 2017 Co-authored by Lynn Brunetti Ellison and Mel Ellsion This past Wednesday, December 6th, Senior advocacy groups from across the Bay Area convened at the South San Francisco Conference Center for the 2017 Bay Area Senior Health Policy Forum. The day long conference centered on building a common…

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SamTrans Appoints Belmont Mayor Charles Stone to Joint Powers Board

December 8, 2017
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SamTrans Appoints Belmont Mayor Charles Stone to Joint Powers Board

South San Francisco, CA    December 8, 2017  Submitted by Dan Lieberman, SamTrans The SamTrans Board of Directors appointed Belmont Mayor Charles Stone to serve as a representative on the Joint Powers Board (JPB) at their December meeting. Stone will represent the San Mateo County Transit District on the JPB beginning in January. Stone replaces…

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Transit District Board adopts Goals for Prioritizing Transportation Investments

December 7, 2017
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Transit District Board adopts Goals for Prioritizing Transportation Investments

South San Francisco, CA   December 7, 2017 Submitted by Dan Lieberman    Transit District Board adopts Goals for Prioritizing Transportation Investments   Yesterday, the San Mateo County Transit District Board of Directors voted unanimously in support of seven policy goals that will guide the effort to prioritize the county’s future transportation investments.   The…

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Newly Sworn In SSF Mayor Liza Normandy Identifies Quality of Life Issues as Central Theme

December 6, 2017
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Newly Sworn In SSF Mayor Liza Normandy Identifies Quality of Life Issues as Central Theme

South San Francisco, CA   December 6, 2017    We are proud to announce our new Mayor of South San Francisco, Liza Normandy, who was sworn in last evening during the City Council re-organization ceremony. Liza is looking forward to working with our neighbors on quality of life issues in our neighborhoods along with all…

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Venue Selected for SSFUSD/Mismanagement of Measure J Funds Trial

December 5, 2017
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Venue Selected for SSFUSD/Mismanagement of Measure J Funds Trial

South San Francisco, CA   December 5, 2017  Press Release by USS Cal Builders, INC. CALIFORNIA JUDICIAL COUNCIL RULES USS CAL BUILDERS’ CASE AGAINST SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT WILL MOVE FORWARD IN SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT   Excess of $25M Sought for Unpaid Construction Projects Funded by Measure J   OAKLAND, Calif.; December…

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