Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Morning News Round-up --11.10.09: the meaning of open space

Another raid inside an East Palo Alto home…this time police found five pounds of cocaine and $135,000 worth of crystal methamphetamine. Business is good.

San Mateo County says more money and more patients will come if it relocates its Methadone clinic somewhere other than Menlo Park. Like San Mateo?

Belmont-Redwood Shores School District wants to ask voters to pass a construction bond measure as soon as next year. Good luck.

Get your ad on while you can in Belmont.

San Mateo gets an A+ for budgeting...

The historic house drama continues in Burlingame...

And in Portola Valley, politicos are discussing the true meaning of open space….stay tuned.

Incumbent director Leonard Woren regains his lead in the race for Granada Sanitary District. Again, stay tuned.

Russell Randell Real, 29, of Arkansas was sentenced Monday to nine years in state prison for killing a 57-year-old Daly City man in a hit-and-run crash.

A Long Beach woman was busted in Burlingame for not returning her rental car three months ago. Apparently, she had no good explanation as to why she was late in retuning the car.

Atherton police Lt. Mike Guerra is the town's new police chief, starting Nov. 29. Yahoo!

And finally, the future of the Fox Theater still remains, well, unknown.

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