PACIFICA OFFICIALLY BECOMES A SANCTUARY CITY

(UPDATE: On Pacifica City Council's second reading of this resolution October 9, it passed 3-2 and now becomes official.)
 
September 25: "We won 3-2. They changed the agenda right when the meeting started, pushing the Sanctuary City item even further back. The vote finally came at midnight. There were 45 speakers for, 2 against. Some people had to leave, it was so late. There were students who had school the next day. Even a 6-year-old boy who desperately wanted to talk but fell asleep finally after 11 p.m. Mike O'Neill said he voted no because he was worried that Pacifica would lose funding for meals on wheels, forgetting that the president has already pushed for cutting money to meals on wheels nationally."

Julie Starobin

Press Release

Background

Julie Starobin Op-Ed

See supporting documents below:

Sanctuary City History

JUHSD Resolution

PSD Resolution


CUSTOMER SUES FAIRMONT RITE AID

Fairmont Shopping Center Rite Aid customer Theresa Coyle has sued the drugstore for personal injuries. According to her lawsuit: "Plaintiff was suddenly struck to the ground at the entrance to the store as RITE AID's agents, servants and/or employees were negligently and rapidly exiting the door chasing other persons." (Case no. 17CIV04600)