Kiwanis Club of South San Francisco Recognizes Special Day of Service

April 7, 2013
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Kiwanis Club of South San Francisco Recognizes Special Day of Service

Kiwanis Club of South San Francisco Recognizes Special Day of Service April 06, 2013 recognized as Kiwanis One Day – a global action day benefiting children and communities South San Francisco, CA – April 07, 2013 – The Kiwanis Club of South San Francisco partnered with the City of South San Francisco to bring the…

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Fire Chief Phil White to be honored as he retires

April 4, 2013
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Fire Chief Phil White to be honored as he retires

South San Francisco Fire Chief Phil White will be honored for his 30 plus years of service and dedication to our city. Under Chief White’s command many advancements were made. Our city is better for the programs he has instituted and the leadership he has shown. The ceremony is open to the public and will…

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Assemblymember Mullin AB524 Passes Assembly Public Safety Committee

April 3, 2013
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Legislation Strengthening Protections for Immigrant Workers Passes 1st Policy Hurdle Created on Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:16 Bill Protects Vulnerable Workers from Extortion SACRAMENTO – Assembly Bill 524 by Assistant Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin passed the Assembly Public Safety Committee today on a vote of 5 to 2. The bill removes ambiguity in the…

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IPAD & IPHONE thief among us – Be aware

April 2, 2013
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IPAD & IPHONE thief among us – Be aware

Everything South City has shared the report from our South San Francisco Police Department on our Facebook Page regarding a thief hitting our local businesses and stealing IPADs and IPHONES while distracting the personnel. Heads up- IPAD/IPHONE Thief among us hitting local businesses SSFPD put out this warning so be sure to contact Det Garcia…

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Meaure J Newsletter March 2013

March 29, 2013
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Meaure J Newsletter March 2013

Thank you to our South San Francisco Unified School District Trustee Liza Normandy for providing us with a copy of this newsletter giving updates on Measure J. As most will remember, Measure J passed with tremendous support from our community to ensure our classrooms and our schools would be upgraded. Bond monies are not to…

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Armed robber hits Callan Blvd 7-11 Wednesday AM

March 28, 2013
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Armed robber hits Callan Blvd 7-11 Wednesday AM

There was an armed robbery at the 7-11 store  on Callan Blvd. at 1:00 am Wednesday morning by an unidentified Hispanic male approx 20 yrs old, 6 foot, 200 lbs, light complexion, thin mustache, black hoodie, jeans, and grey shoes. The man fled on foot after banishing a handgun at the clerk and taking an…

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PGE and other discounts for those with low income

March 27, 2013
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Did you know there are discounts on certain utilities for those with low incomes? Low-income customers that are enrolled in the California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) program receive a 20 percent discount on their electric and natural gas bills. Eligible customers are those whose total household income is at or below the income limits…

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How to navigate No Toll on Golden Gate Bridge

March 27, 2013
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How to navigate No Toll on Golden Gate Bridge

Who has gone over the Golden Gate Bridge in the past 12 hours – what is it like without toll takers? If you don’t have fast trak pass on your car, the owner of your vehicle will receive a $6 bill in the mail. Here is the scoop from the scoopers at GGB: GOLDEN GATE…

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Randy Royce; another life gone too soon.

March 27, 2013
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Randy Royce; another life gone too soon.

It is with a great sadness we have learned of the passing of Randy Royce, South City native, SSFHS c/o ’68 grad. Randy was raised on Magnolia with his parents and his brother Gary (Gary has his law office on Grand Ave). Randy moved to San Carlos where he continued to be a mover and…

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FedEx takes huge warehouse in South San Francisco

March 26, 2013
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FedEx takes huge warehouse in South San Francisco

Everything South City is excited to see more growth in our city of various industries. With our close proximity to SFO and the San Francisco and Oakland ports, it’s good to see FedEx expand while looking to hire new employees next year.  Below was written by Blanca Torres Blanca Torres Reporter- San Francisco Business Times…

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Easter Egg Hunt March 23 Orange Park Shelter

March 21, 2013
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Easter Egg Hunt March 23 Orange Park Shelter

Thanks to our South San Francisco Mothers Club for reminding us about our annual EASTER EGG HUNT! Get your baskets ready!! Saturday, March 23 – 10:00 A.M. sharp Orange Memorial Park/Picnic Shelter Preschool and elementary school children (8 years of old and younger) are invited to participate in our annual Easter Egg hunt. Children can…

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Human Trafficking Editorial From San Mateo Daily Journal

March 21, 2013
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Editorial: Another way to stop human trafficking March 20, 2013, 05:00 AM Editorial Last week, the South San Francisco City Council passed a new policy to require hotel clerks in its city to collect basic guest information such as a real name, address and vehicle information. This rule may not seem like it’s that big…

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