Metropolitan Transportation Commission
"I need to die. I really just need to die," the driver said as he ran from the scene of the accident, according to witnesses.
"In 2016, she was paid $240,017 in salary. Her total compensation for the year, including benefits and car allowance was $312,995 that year. Her employment contract calls for 11 months of salary in the event of termination or being asked to resign."
Caltrans, please clean up the debris (rocks, mud, leaves, trash) on the pavement and shoulders of Highway 1 (especially the downhill side) between the Devil’s Slide tunnels and the Pacifica city limits. We asked for this cleanup months ago and not a damn thing has been done about it, despite the best efforts of business leaders and city/county/state representatives to get Caltrans on the job. That filthy, dangerous roadway is a disgrace to Caltrans and a safety hazard for motorists and bicyclists. Caltrans is in direct violation of its own state highway code 91.6, which says Caltrans must give high priority to keeping the highway clean. Pacificans and other Coastsiders who use Highway 1 should protest to their elected representatives at every level of government (city, county, state).
Surf Spot restaurant on Sea Bowl Lane closed August 27, 2017. Facebook page says: "To receive a refund on any unused Surf Spot gift cards, please send the card with your mailing address to 4625 Coast Highway, Pacifica, CA 94044." Impressive that Surf Spot honored unused gift certificates. That's good, ethical business practice by local owners. We hope they paid off their vendor bills the same way, so nobody was stiffed.
Popular San Bruno casino takes big money hit: $8 million fine.
Beware of phishing (fake) emails supposedly from a bank or credit card company. When in doubt, don't click! Ditto for fake phone calls about fines for missing jury duty. These are all scams. If you suspect the email or call is bogus, hang up and call the police.