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On 9/19/2014 at approx. 3:30 pm, two subjects contacted a resident claiming to be PG&E workers. The subjects told the resident that they needed to show the resident something outside her home that needed to be fixed. While one of the subjects distracted the resident, the other subject went into the home and took miscellaneous jewelry from the victim’s bedroom. When the victim saw that one of the subjects had entered her home she told them both to leave not knowing at the time she had been victimized. The victim did not see if they arrived or left in a vehicle. Further investigation revealed that suspects arrived in a white 90's model Cadillac. These appear to be the same subjects that have committed similar crimes in Daly City. We are working with Daly City Police to try to identify the suspects.
They are described as:
Age- Early 40s
Hair- Short black hair
Clothing- Suede hat, khaki shorts, and light blue button up shirt
Age- Early 40s
Height- 6'1'' to 6'2"
Hair- Dark hair
Clothing- Blue windbreaker with yellow and red marks
Do not open your door to anyone you cannot identify and/or who states they are there to perform a service to your home that you have not ordered.
If you cannot identify who is there, please contact the Brisbane Police Department and we will respond immediately to check their identity and credentials.
And remember, if you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood, phone the Brisbane Police Department immediately at 467-1212.
Over the past several months we have seen a spike in thefts from unlocked vehicles. In these cases, misc. items of property left in the vehicle and loose change were taken.
On Sept 11, 2014, a 20 year old male was contacted and arrested on drug charges while he was seen searching the neighborhoods for victim vehicles. A second subject, a male juvenile, was contacted and arrested on September 15, 2014 for possession of stolen property and drug charges. These suspects were not working together, but are believed to be responsible for a majority of these thefts. These arrests were made during an undercover surveillance operation by the Brisbane Police Department targeting areas where recent thefts had occurred.
As always, if anyone has any additional information related to these or any other crimes, please contact the Brisbane Police Department at 467-1212.
Get ready for kindergarten at the Brisbane Library this fall! Ready, Set, Kindergarten is a six-week program of themed stories and activities for preschoolers and their parents or caregivers. Each hour-long session includes stories, songs, rhymes, tips for parents, and a craft activity. Enjoy stories and songs in both English and Spanish.
This special storytime program will take place on the following Wednesdays at 7:00pm: October 1, October 8, October 15, October 22, October 29, and November 5. Pajamas are encouraged but not required!
Space is limited, so please register in advance by calling or visiting the Brisbane Library at (415) 467-2060, or by e-mailing Lead Librarian Stephanie Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caltrain is asking the public to provide feedback and input on design details of its future fleet of Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) trains. When the railway is electrified as part of the Caltrain Modernization Program, EMU trains will be procured to replace approximately 75 percent of the current diesel fleet and eventually EMUs will replace the entire fleet operating between San Francisco and San Jose.
The rail agency is soliciting feedback from the public about how the new trains should be constructed to manage capacity on key issues such as seats/standees, bathrooms, and bikes on board.
To provide feedback, please complete this new electric train survey: www.caltrain.com/emusurvey
Feedback from the public will be coupled with staff technical analysis to help inform the purchase of the new trains, once the project has been approved and environmentally cleared. Environmental clearance is scheduled for the end of 2014.
The RecycleWorks Volunteer Academy Program is now accepting students for the fall “Master Composter” training program. This training will teach interested individuals about composting methods, techniques, benefits, as well as prepare participants to teach others in their communities.
In exchange for this no-cost training, Master Composters are asked to provide 40 hours of volunteer service teaching others in the County about composting practices in their homes and/or businesses. Classes will meet on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 pm-9:30 pm in Foster City beginning September 23rd through November 18, 2014.
If you, or any other San Mateo County resident that you may know, is interested in joining the Fall training program, please register here.
If you need additional information about the course contact Erin McNichol, the Program Coordinator, at RecycleWorks@smcgov.org or call 650-599-1498. Click here for the class flyer. Visit their website at: http://www.recycleworks.org/sustainability/rva_composting.html.
If you would like to learn about other RecycleWorks workshops/classes please join their list serve at: http://www.RecycleWorks.org/infoForm.php or call the Recycleworks Team at 1-888-442-2666.
Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
Commercial Display Space
Available at "Day In The Park"
Sat., Oct. 4, Info: (415) 508-2143
Meet the School Board
Sun., Sept. 21, 10:30 -12:30, Comm. Pk. Gazebo
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Sept. is National Preparedness Month
The last item on the City Council's agenda for Thursday, September 18 is the potential New Solid Waste Franchise Agreement with South San Francisco Scavengers Co. (SSFSC) for the collection and disposal of recyclable materials, organic materials or composting, and solid waste (click here for the staff report). The City's current franchise agreement with SSF Scavengers expires on October 30, 2014. Along with maintaining the current services provided by SSFSC, the new agreement will also incorporate several new services, such as:
- Organic materials collection (composting), which would also help fuel several of their CNG (compressed natural gas) front end loaders (as seen above)
- Increase in containers provided to the City at no cost for the annual Citywide Clean-Up
- Abandoned waste clean-up collection for the City’s right-of-way areas
- Implementation of a trash container management policy
There are also additional trash load reduction services which the City is required to comply per the Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit.
That being said, a residential 32 gallon can would go from $24.36/mo. to $28.49/mo. You can tune into the Council meeting at 7:30pm this coming Thursday on Ch. 27 or watch live via the City's Live Streaming page.
In Loving Memory Of
Private Family Services
Brisbane Parks and Recreation Dept.
Lagoon Clean Up
Sat., Sept. 20, 9-Noon, Fisherman's Pk.
Brisbane Parks and Recreation Dept.
28th Annual "Day In The Park"
Sat., Oct. 4, 10 am - 5 pm, Comm. Park
Food, Music, Games, Rides, Fun!
Sat., Sept. 6, 1:30 pm, 250 Visitacion
Did you know…
Under a sturdy table is safer
Than in a doorway during a quake?
Sept. is National Preparedness Month | brisbaneca.org