Pacifica Police participated in the area Shoulder Tap operation over the past weekend.
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State and county health officials warn the public not to eat any mussels, clams, or whole scallops harvested recreationally from bay or ocean waters around San Francisco or San Mateo counties due to high levels of dangerous toxins. Click the press release link above for details.
Strawflower Shopping Center's homeless camp down in the nearby creek recently enjoyed a Service Day (free breakfast, hot showers, laundry), but authorities still plan to clear out the creek-dwellers soon, with nowhere else for them to go.
"Homeless" RVers lining both sides of Airport Street in Moss Beach/Princeton say they have nowhere else to go, but the Midcoast Council calls for parking restrictions. Pillar Ridge mobile home residents also say they are impacted by the lack of parking on Airport Street.
A homeless man was found dead behind Strawflower Safeway in Half Moon Bay.
San Mateo County grapples with climate change.
The Better Business Bureau says that online purchase scams are the riskiest form of consumer fraud.
Pacifica Progressive Alliance and Fair Rents for Pacifica release final campaign filings from the November election: The real estate lobby prevailed, outspending local rent control forces 10-1.
How the Pacifica School District's bond measure campaign plays with fire.
Proterra of Burlingame gets the $9.2 million contract.
Big Banker reported March 5, 2018: "Sonora Shores luxury housing project on Fassler and Roberts Road has a 04-03-2018 foreclosure date. A Notice Of Sale has been recorded on the property."
Big Banker reported February 4, 2018: "On November 30, 2017, a Notice of Default was filed on Sonora Shores Harmony @ 1 project. This is the existing loan recorded April 30, 2014. The Trust Deed in the amount of $9,600,000 has swelled to $13,572,548.99. The loan was due to be paid in full by April 25, 2016."
Big Banker reported August 8, 2015: "As of the close of business Friday, August 28, there were no recorded liens or notice of default. First loan, $5 million. Second loan, $5.6 million. On February 17, 2015, a strange deed of trust was recorded by Sonora Shores in favor of Urban Land, a performance deed of trust, which normally means there is some kind of equity share agreement between Sonora Shores and Urban Land, a specific performance action that takes place when lots sell. The only items filed and recorded were the Declaration of Convents, Conditions, and Restrictions (CCR); and a subordination agreement on July 29, 2015 regarding the CCRs."
Click the Comments link below this post for the conversation thread on this controversial project that died on the hillside.
Citizens fed up with speeding drivers take matters into their own hands.