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Tuskegee Airman laid to rest  Services were held for Dr. Richard Caesar, one of the African-American squadron that flew combat missions in World War II Speier Easily Re-Elected In House Race
Ex-San Mateo cop arrested for alleged sexual assaults on duty  Investigators arrested 31-year old Noah Winchester at his home near Stockton. He's been booked on 22 counts of felony charges 68 protesters arrested after blocking bridge  San Mateo Bridge: At one point, protesters had blocked both sides of Highwy 92. The sudden blockade caused accidents and injuries San Mateo Bridge reopens after protest closed lanes


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Jan.20
Jan.19
  A group of people describing themselves as Stanford students blocked westbound traffic on the San Mateo Bridge minutes before 5 p.m. Monday


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Dec.29


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Nov.5
  U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier (D) appears to have succeeded in her bid for a more permanent stay in the 12th Congressional District seat

Apr.8
  Former state lawmaker Jackie Speier avoided a runoff for a congressional seat, winning a special election. Speier had nearly 78% of the vote
Apr.6   Five candidates seek congressional seat
  Jgreg Conlon, 75, , Mike Moloney, 67, Jackie Speier, 57, (D), Michelle McMurry, 38, (D). Barry Hermanson, 57, (Green)
Feb.26 Five file to succeed late Tom Lantos  A former state senator, a former California Public Utilities Commission president and 3 other have filed to run in an April 8 special election

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May.8   Vegas Trip Costs Taxpayers $14,000
  Law enforcement officials participated in a relay race that culminated in a prostitution raid that swept up the sheriff and his deputy

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Nov.6   New Voting Machines Rolled Out  Voters in the county will see electronic voting stations which meet federal accessibility requirements Sep.22 Calls For Superintendent's Resignation  San Mateo Union High School District superintendent proposed multi-million dollar budget reduction package Jul.18   Bodies Of Tongan Royals Headed Home
  Tongans from the Bay Area carried the coffins of Prince Tu'ipelehake and Princess Kaimana, out of a funeral home Jun.9 Sexual harassment claims against coroner  Robert Foucrault was allegedly 'mooning' of two male staffers Jun.7 County OKs 1 Of 2 Education Measures  Board of Supervisors unchanged, 1 of 2 new education measures approved Apr.28   Rep. Tom Lantos Arrested At D.C. Protest  The Congressman who was imprisoned by Nazi was briefly jailed following a protest outside the Sudanese embassy Feb.25   U.S. Rep. Tom Lantos bids for re-election  If elected, the Holocaust survivor would serve his 14th term in the House of Representatives

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Nov.8   County Seeks To Regulate Body Art  The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors will consider a new ordinance that looks to regulate businesses Sep.19   Fight To Save Bay Meadows  It's expected the San Mateo City Council will rule in favor of demolishing the historic Bay Meadows Racetrack Jun.15 Peninsula Sheriff Wants to Ban Pit Bulls  70% of the pit bulls that come into the Peninsula Humane Society are already put down

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Mar.4   City change tune over karaoke booths  In January, council members imposed a temporary ban on private booths in the clubs

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Aug.5 $170 million bond approved

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Sep.26   Anti-War Protest  Demonstrators gathered outside the offices of Congressman Tom Lantos, a strong proponent of U.S. action against Iraq

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Nov.22 Non-profit could close
Nov.6 Voters reject coroner change

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Nov.23 Free marijuana to patients for study  County to give away marijuana to 60 AIDS patients as part of a study of benefits of the drug Feb.8   Grieving Alaska Flight families gather
  Family, friends and co-workers of the 88 victims of Flight 261 is marking the week anniversary of the plane's crash



    
    

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Non-profit could close Speier Easily Re-Elected In House Race




San Mateo, Politics Donation & Volunteering Timeline ... See Bay Area Donation & Volunteering timeline, World Donation & Volunteering timeline Top ^
2001
Nov.22




San Mateo, Politics Election & Vote Timeline ... See Bay Area Election & Vote timeline, World Election & Vote timeline Top ^
2008
Nov.5
  U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier (D) appears to have succeeded in her bid for a more permanent stay in the 12th Congressional District seat
Apr.8 Speier Wins Lantos' House Seat
  Former state lawmaker Jackie Speier avoided a runoff for a congressional seat, winning a special election. Speier had nearly 78% of the vote
Apr.6 Five candidates seek congressional seat
  Jgreg Conlon, 75, , Mike Moloney, 67, Jackie Speier, 57, (D), Michelle McMurry, 38, (D). Barry Hermanson, 57, (Green)
Feb.26 Five file to succeed late Tom Lantos
  A former state senator, a former California Public Utilities Commission president and 3 other have filed to run in an April 8 special election 2006 Nov.6 New Voting Machines Rolled Out  Voters in the county will see electronic voting stations which meet federal accessibility requirements Jun.7 County OKs 1 Of 2 Education Measures  Board of Supervisors unchanged, 1 of 2 new education measures approved Feb.25 U.S. Rep. Tom Lantos bids for re-election  If elected, the Holocaust survivor would serve his 14th term in the House of Representatives 2001 Nov.6 Voters reject coroner change



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2006 Sep.22 Calls For Superintendent's Resignation  San Mateo Union High School District superintendent proposed multi-million dollar budget reduction package



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2007 May.8 Vegas Trip Costs Taxpayers $14,000  Law enforcement officials participated in a relay race that culminated in a prostitution raid that swept up the sheriff and his deputy 2006 Jun.9 Sexual harassment claims against coroner  Robert Foucrault was allegedly 'mooning' of two male staffers 2005 Nov.8 County Seeks To Regulate Body Art  The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors will consider a new ordinance that looks to regulate businesses Sep.19 Fight To Save Bay Meadows  It's expected the San Mateo City Council will rule in favor of demolishing the historic Bay Meadows Racetrack Jun.15 Peninsula Sheriff Wants to Ban Pit Bulls  70% of the pit bulls that come into the Peninsula Humane Society are already put down 2004 Mar.4 City change tune over karaoke booths  In January, council members imposed a temporary ban on private booths in the clubs 2003 Aug.5 $170 million bond approved
2000 Nov.23 Free marijuana to patients for study  County to give away marijuana to 60 AIDS patients as part of a study of benefits of the drug



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2015 Jan.20 68 protesters arrested after blocking bridge  San Mateo Bridge: At one point, protesters had blocked both sides of Highwy 92. The sudden blockade caused accidents and injuries Jan.19 San Mateo Bridge reopens after protest closed lanes
  A group of people describing themselves as Stanford students blocked westbound traffic on the San Mateo Bridge minutes before 5 p.m. Monday
2006 Apr.28 Rep. Tom Lantos Arrested At D.C. Protest  The Congressman who was imprisoned by Nazi was briefly jailed following a protest outside the Sudanese embassy 2002 Sep.26   Anti-War Protest  Demonstrators gathered outside the offices of Congressman Tom Lantos, a strong proponent of U.S. action against Iraq



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2016 Jul.21 Ex-San Mateo cop arrested for alleged sexual assaults on duty
  Investigators arrested 31-year old Noah Winchester at his home near Stockton. He's been booked on 22 counts of felony charges



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2011 Dec.29 Tuskegee Airman laid to rest  Services were held for Dr. Richard Caesar, one of the African-American squadron that flew combat missions in World War II 2006 Jul.18 Bodies Of Tongan Royals Headed Home
  Tongans from the Bay Area carried the coffins of Prince Tu'ipelehake and Princess Kaimana, out of a funeral home 2000 Feb.8 Grieving Alaska Flight families gather
  Family, friends and co-workers of the 88 victims of Flight 261 is marking the week anniversary of the plane's crash