Monday, September 28, 2009

Morning News Round-up --9.28.09: Raccoon killers are on the loose

Pacifica installed cigarette receptacles at local beaches, hoping to curb butt pollution. Isn’t it illegal to smoke on state beaches anyway?

One final tweak and San Mateo County is ready to sign off on its new budget… and it’s not pretty.

San Bruno mayoral hopeful Jim Ruane stopped by the Daily Journal office to explain how he would tackle some of the city’s biggest issues. His opponent, Miguel Araujo, was a no-show. Hmmmm.

A new study sheds light on some old news: low-income students need better access to preschool. Insert health care reform plug here_____.

The Guv announced he won’t close state parks after all but he will cut hours of operations at some parks. How many hours exactly?

East Palo Alto is on its way to having a new soccer and rugby field. Sweet!

Giovanni Orlando Digiacomo Mary Stuart were arrested on charges of embezzling more than $13,000 from an 81-year-old Menlo Park woman. Two words: Elder. Abuse.

And finally some good news for the news industry: Palo Alto Weekly moves to its new headquarters. A shiny, green building.

Raccoon killers are on the loose in Half Moon Bay. Seriously?

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