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  1. SFMTA Starts Double StoppingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Mass Transit

    The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency on May 21 announced that the double stopping feature will begin in select subway stations starting May 24. This feature allows riders to get where they are going faster by allowing two trains to stop and open doors at the same time. This will also help manage tunnel congestion and improve safety for customers at the platform.

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  2. Coalition for a Drug Free Muskegon recognized by White House's David MinetaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | MLive.com

    White House official David Mineta met with local law enforcement and Muskegon County drug prevention workers Thursday to recognize efforts in reducing substance abuse. Mineta is the deputy director of Demand Reduction with the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

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  3. Pacifica City Manager to Speak at Next Rotary MeetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Patch.com

    Coming Soon! Pacifica City Manager Lorie Tinfow at our next evening meeting June 2. 6:30 pm at Sharp Park Restaurant. Topics could include the new library, new Economic Development Manager and initiatives, as well as other topics.

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  4. Why so few hospital beds for teens?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Palo Alto Weekly

    The exterior of Mills-Peninsula Health Services in San Mateo, the closest medical facility that has beds available for teens in need of emergency inpatient psychiatric care. Photo by Veronica Weber.

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  5. When a teen is in a mental health crisis, what's working -- and what isn'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Sarah Gentile was shocked to find, in the midst of a crisis with her teenage son, that there are no hospital beds available in Santa Clara County for adolescents who need inpatient psychiatric care. They were in the emergency room at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View just before the start of the school year.

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  6. What Genentech's new building says about biotech sustainabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    Opening its newest building Thursday, Genentech Inc. rolled out a bunch of facts and figures that underscore the structure's environmental sustainability. What's not so evident, though, is what the biotech giant's second new structure since its 1999 takeover by Roche says about the Bay Area biotech industry.

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  7. San Mateo Bridge, BART weekend closures plannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Inside Bay Area

    Major highway projects and BART track work will delay and detour travelers over the Memorial Day weekend through early Monday morning. The major work includes closing the San Mateo Bridge, shutting down the BART rail link between the Fruitvale and Coliseum stations and closing a portion of Highway 160 to the Antioch Bridge in East Contra Costa County.

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  8. German-American school poised to move to new digs this fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | San Jose Mercury News

    On Monday, the Menlo Park Planning Commission approved a use permit allowing the private school to occupy the former 3.9-acre Menlo Oaks campus at 475 Pope St. The bilingual international baccalaureate school has operated at the former O'Connor Elementary School site at 275 Elliott Drive for roughly 24 years. But its lease ended in May because the Menlo Park City School District plans to construct a new school there -- Laurel School: Upper Campus -- to help handle booming enrollment.

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  9. Documents attach a Facebook to the name for $1B Alliance data center projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    Recently, we reported about Fort Worth being considered as the site of a massive, nearly $1 billion data center in the AllianceTexas development. Word is out that Facebook is the company looking to locate at the 750,000-square-foot building at the 110-acre project near Interstate 35W at the northwest corner of Alliance Gateway and Park Vista Boulevard.

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  10. Harbor District in chaos: Interim general manager alleges harassment...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | San Mateo Daily Journal

    High tension and drama have become the norm at the San Mateo County Harbor District and even supporters of board President Sabrina Brennan say she's the reason why. But Brennan contends the drama is "avoidable and unnecessary" and that untrue statements attributed to her have left her in a state of shock.

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  11. Beached whale towed out to seaRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | San Mateo Daily Journal

    ... to return to the California coast, city officials said. The whale is the third found beached on the San Mateo County coastline in recent weeks. Two other whales were found stranded on Sharp Park Beach in Pacifica in April and May: a 48-foot sperm ...

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  12. Before the courtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | San Mateo Daily Journal

    LOCAL LAWYERS STEP OUT OF THE COURTROOM TO HELP THE COMMUNITY. Many young San Mateo County lawyers are looking for ways to help their community outside of the law office or the courtroom.

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  13. Auberge Resorts Collection Launches The Villas at VieVage Los CabosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | PRWeb

    More Than a Third of Phase One Villas Already Reserved, Showing a High Demand for Luxury Beachside Real Estate in Los Cabos, Mexico VieVage brings something fresh to the area with a youthful, adventurous and casual spirit, and a remarkable setting within Chileno Bay that some buyers are calling a legacy opportunity. VieVage Los Cabos , the new beachfront hotel and residential villa resort nestled within the 1,200-acre Chileno Bay development, has begun taking public reservations for purchase on the 32 residential villas that are part of the resort's first phase, with more than $25 million already reserved as part of a friends and family program.

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  14. California Mandates Present Financial Challenges To Water UtilitiesRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Water Online

    ... mandatory orders requiring the biggest users to conserve more will impact communities differently. Yet many San Mateo County residents must brace for water rate increases as the area's main supplier, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, ...

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  15. Mercury News editorial: UC needs to fund benefits or end themRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Campbell Reporter

    It's time for University of California officials to start responsibly setting aside money for their workers' retiree health care program or eliminate the benefit. Gov. Jerry Brown and UC President Janet Napolitano recently culminated months of negotiations with a deal that blocked her threatened tuition increases and forced the university system to implement long-needed efficiency reforms.

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  16. Menlo Park council agrees to pay firm extra $144,000 to help city staff with building projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Campbell Reporter

    The Menlo Park City Council has agreed to spend an additional $144,000 to help staff deal with a wave of development projects. The council unanimously voted Tuesday to allow City Manager Alex McIntyre to amend a contract with Berkeley-based Arnold Mammarella, Architecture + Consulting to boost its payment from $56,000 to $200,000.

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  17. On screen: Grateful Dead's Bob Weir subject of new Netflix documentaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Inside Bay Area

    Bob Weir," admits that he wasn't much of a Grateful Dead fan in his younger days -- that is, until he arrived at UC Berkeley. "I was more of a heavy-metal guy, but if you lived in Berkeley in the early '80s, it was pretty hard to avoid exposure to the Dead," he recalls.

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  18. Menlo Park one of the top places in CaliforniaRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2014 | Menlo Park City Council

    Hi Mayor Mueller. I'm Nick Johnson at Movoto, the research blog nearby in San Mateo.

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  19. City Council Weekly Digest for Friday, January 17, 2014Read the original story

    Jan 18, 2014 | Menlo Park City Council

    Hello, Please find the attached City Council Weekly Digest for Friday, January 17, 2014. Thank you, Clay J. Curtin Assistant to the City Manager City of Menlo Park 701 Laurel Street Menlo Park, CA 94025 cjcurtin_at_ [cid:image001.png_at_ Email communications sent to the City Council are public records.

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  20. Moving Photographs of Japanese-American Internees, Then and NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Mother Jones

    In early 1945, the federal government started to open the internment camps where it had held 120,000 Japanese Americans for much of World War II. Seven decades later, photographer Paul Kitagaki Jr. has been tracking down the internees pictured in wartime images by photographers like Dorothea Lange .

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