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Pension costs top list of budget worries in Palo Alto Recent investment losses at state pension fund, CalPERS, could double Palo Alto’s pension costs, despite recent local cutbacks by Gennady Sheyner fter enduring a year of layoffs, slumping revenues and benefit reductions for city employees, Palo Alto officials are bracing for more financial pain in the coming years as pension costs continue to rise — due to bad state-level investments that could possibly double city costs. The troubling assessment emerged

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at last week’s meeting of the City Council’s Finance Committee, where the committee closed the 2010 budget and approved the annual Comprehensive Annual Financial Report — a detailed listing of the city’s funds. This year’s General Fund budget totaled $143.44 million. The committee learned that the city’s belt-tightening will likely extend into future years to account for

looming pension obligations and uncertainties over revenue sources. “We do have a problem, and we do have to make some changes,” Administrative Services Director Lalo Perez told the committee Dec. 21. “We’re going to need to come up with additional money, and that’s going to either come from a reduction in expenses for the city operations, an increase in revenues or an increase in

contributions from employees.” The biggest question looms over pension costs, which are expected to rise steeply in the next two years — in some cases possibly more than doubling — because of the recent investment losses suffered by the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS). The pension fund’s investment portfolio lost about 24 percent of its value in

fiscal year 2010 — a loss committee Chair Greg Schmid called “astounding.” Perez said the city’s contributions could drastically shoot up if CalPERS decides to revise the projected rate of return for its investments from 7.75 percent to 7.5 percent, as the pension fund’s staff has recom(continued on page 11)

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walking!” Sally’s voice broke with emotion, recounting the story earlier this week. “She was running through the water — all the way across the pool,” she said. Now 14, Amber can walk on land and can even run a bit. “It’s absolutely amazing. For years, we had to pack up all the gear — the wheel chair and the walker — we couldn’t just go ‘anyplace,’” Sally Mickel said. Amber’s Lourdes-like miracle has been repeated many times at Betty Wright, although perhaps not as spontaneously, clients said. Persons with paralysis, heart,

ith top-performing students, two state athletic championships and money in the bank, the Palo Alto Unified School District has a lot to celebrate at the dawn of a new year. But a persistent racial achievement gap, a scary state budget and a community still on edge about the mental health — and stress load — of its teens signal ample challenges ahead. New on the horizon for 2011 is a district plan to convene parent and student focus groups — with “randomly invited” members — to gain a better sense of what’s on peoples’ mind. Focus group results will be reported in June. “There are lots of parents we don’t really hear from,” Superintendent Kevin Skelly said this week, adding that focus groups helped in his last job in Southern California to highlight “issues parents are aware of and how they feel about things.” With a bumper crop of elementary students and K-12 headcount this fall shooting past 12,000, the district is scrambling to add desks and playgrounds in the right parts of town. The school board will ponder enrollment projections early in 2011, and members say they hope to forge consensus on an action plan. “We look at the future, and we believe our growth is going to continue,” Skelly said. “Families are more willing to make sacrifices in order to move their students to quality schools.” Though on a steady upward trajectory for 20 years, enrollment could

Look who’s talking Three-year-old Paige Mountain, held by her dad, Joel, expresses her amazement at Gordon, a Hyacinth macaw, and (behind Gordon) Marty, a cockatoo, held by Happy Birds trainer Julia Cardoza at the Palo Alto Children’s Library on Wednesday (Dec. 29).

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fter nine grueling years of therapy, dashed hopes and incremental progress, Amber Mickel was able to use a walker — a bit. But she couldn’t run and play with other kids, her grandmother, Sally Mickel, recalled. Amber was a robust infant until she was 3 months old. Then ev-

erything changed. Pneumococcal meningitis nearly took her life and left her deaf, suffering from cerebral palsy, and developmentally disabled. Then in 2005, practically in the blink of an eye, everything changed again, thanks to Palo Alto’s Betty Wright Swim Center, the therapeu-

tic aquatics center for people with disabilities at Middlefield and E. Charleston roads. Amber’s father put the little girl into her swimsuit and lowered her into the water. Sally turned her back on the pool for only a second. Then she heard Amber’s father yell, “Mom! She’s

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Around Town THANKS, OFFICIALLY ... It’s been a busy year for Palo Alto Mayor Pat Burt, who helped steer the City Council through a year of steep budget cuts, tough labor negotiations and constant high-speed-rail anxieties. Next week, Burt will receive an official thanks from the city in the form of a resolution thanking him for “outstanding public service.” Burt, who will complete his first term on the council in late 2011, currently represents the city on the Peninsula Cities Consortium — a coalition that deals with issues relating to high-speed rail — and on the San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority, an agency charged with protecting Palo Alto, Menlo Park and East Palo Alto from flooding. The council is scheduled to adopt the resolution on Jan. 4, just after Burt vacates the mayor’s chair to his expected successor, current Vice Mayor Sid Espinosa. THE GRAND EXPANSION ... Members of the Palo Alto City Council cheerfully celebrated their 2010 accomplishments in early December, But on at least one front their achievements fell short of their goal. In January, council members laid out their plans to complete their review of the largest development project in the city’s history — the $3.5 billion expansion of the Stanford University Medical Center — before the end of 2010. Progress on the massive project has fallen slightly behind schedule and with the year coming to a close the city has approved neither the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the hospital project nor completed its negotiations with Stanford over a development agreement. Meanwhile, different phases of the project have been making their way through the city’s Architectural Review Board, which has already begun reviewing Stanford’s proposed expansion of the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and various buildings at Stanford University School of Medicine. The board is also scheduled to review Stanford’s proposal for a new development at the Hoover Pavilion site on Jan. 6. The city’s approval, meanwhile, is now eyed for next spring, according

to planning staff. The city also plans to release the FEIR for the project in late January, Deputy City Manager Steve Emslie said in a letter to the council. The delay is because the documents are “quite voluminous and taking a bit longer to ensure the numerous comments are completely addressed.” FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE? ... For the California High-Speed Rail Authority, the only thing that’s seemingly harder than building an 800-mile rail line is communicating its message to the public. The authority faced a wave of ridicule over the past month over its decision to begin the rail line between the small community of Borden and the city of Corcoran, both in Central Valley (the board had since stretched the opening segment further south, to Bakersfield). At their Dec. 20 meeting, the authority’s board members voiced frustration about the chorus of criticism the recent decision has inspired. Vice Chair Tom Umberg claimed that several reports have “miscommunicated” the board’s decision despite the board’s efforts to characterize its actions accurately. Umberg urged the authority’s CEO Roelof van Ark to come up with a report on “lessons learned from the last 30 days or so” that would help the agency relay its message in the future. “How can we do a better job communicating so that we can make sure people understand what we’re about, which is building a system from Northern California to Southern California — not building a system between two locations in the Central Valley?” Umberg said. Van Ark said he had recently discussed the subject with Christopher Graves, CEO of Ogilvy Public Relations. The firm is charged with heading the authority’s communications under a $9 million contract approved in November 2009. Van Ark said the authority will have a new full-time “program manager for communication and outreach starting Jan. 3.” “We’re getting support and involvement from the highest levels of Ogilvy, and it’s making a difference,” van Ark told the board. N

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neurological and arthritic conditions, developmental disabilities or injuries from accidents go into the pool often unable to stand or walk. In the 93-degree water, working with dedicated hydrotherapists, they learn to stand, walk and swim. An evolution often takes place. Some clients learn to walk on land, without having to be buoyed by the water. But the center, opened in 1969, is aging. A boiler that keeps the pool at its healing-level temperature is near to failing and the building’s ventilation system needs revamping, staff says. Solar panels will help cut energy costs in half — crucial in these lean-budget times — and the money saved will help fund scholarships for people who can’t afford the therapy fees. Funding will also help train additional hydrotherapists, said Renate Henry Olaisen, director of social enterprise for Abilities United, which runs the swim center. The center’s major fundraising campaign, “Project WaterWell,” aims to raise $425,000 by Jan. 31. Hydrotherapy client Ron Coté and his wife, Geri Hadley, a member of the Abilities United board, are heading up the campaign. Coté became paralyzed from the waist down in January 2005 due to a spinal condition that was initially undiagnosed. Surgery did not restore his mobility; he remained in intense pain from spasms that come with paralysis, he said. Hydrotherapy in the warm pool has brought relief from pain to Coté, a retired corporate attorney for Adobe Systems. “The whole system locks up. It follows down from the torso to the toes. You feel like you’re going to break,” he said of the pain. The soothing water is crucial to people with spinalcord injuries; because often they cannot regulate body temperature. Coté once developed hypothermia within 15 minutes of entering an 80-degree pool, he said. Working with three of Betty Wright Center’s hydrotherapists — Vladimir Choubabko, Morgan Pozzi and Kim Motzny — he learned to touch his feet to the bottom of the pool and to

use his muscles in limited ways: to contract, extend, work and relax. Coté has had a total of 10 surgeries. Each operation means months of recuperation and setbacks. Each time Coté has sought the water to regain his strength and transcend his pain. “It allows you to cope with things that would otherwise be so terrible and drain you,” he said. Coté now walks using a walker and he uses a cycling machine. In 2011, he hopes to walk without the walker, he said. The future offers great promise, he said. “I’ll be happy if I can walk without holding onto things. We could travel again.” Another client, Molly Hale, 61, faced a dire prognosis following a rollover car accident on U.S. Interstate 280 in 1995, in which she suffered a broken neck. Doctors said she would be permanently paralyzed below her shoulders. She is now walking and swimming. She initially shunned traditional therapies — and some drugs could cause liver damage, she said. But Hale, a competitive swimmer in her youth, found hydrotherapy a natural fit. In 2001 Hale could finally get her legs beneath her body and bear weight in the water and, later, on land. “It completely rocked my world — just to be able to stand up in one spot and pull up my own pants was huge,” she said. Her arms now take long, powerful strokes through the water. And she can walk on land again, using people for balance, she said.

“The water allows me to unfold and get my body completely open. There is a strong sense of welcome. The water says, ‘Ah — you’re home.’ That’s what it feels like to me. I’m totally free,” she said. Hale and her husband, Jeramy, have started Ability Productions, a product-development nonprofit that is looking at reproducing specialized wheelchairs she and her son invented for use in pools. Hale also designs homes based on universal design, incorporating products they have developed that make it easier for people with grip issues, she said. Hale took part in a study at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System, which found that she has 125 percent heart and lung capacity of an average person who can walk. In 15 years, she has had only three colds and does not suffer digestion issues common to persons with paralysis, she said. Hale practiced Aikido martial arts before her accident. It took three years of training but she has passed the third-degree black-belt exam — from her wheelchair. “I’m not done,” she said of her recovery. In 2011, she hopes to walk on land independently without having to touch an object or person. “This year I’ll be doing more walking — day to day to day.” N Staff Writer Sue Dremann can be e-mailed at sdremann@paweekly.com.

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A woman was killed in downtown Palo Alto Thursday morning (Dec. 30) after she was hit by a bus while crossing University Avenue. The victim, a middle-aged female whose name wasn’t immediately available, was walking north on Webster Street and crossing University Avenue at about 10:30 a.m. when she was struck by a SamTrans bus headed south on Webster that was making a left turn onto University, according to a witness. The bus dragged the woman before coming to a full stop between Webster and Middlefield Road. Palo Alto Sgt. Wayne Benitez and Officer Eric Bulatao arrived at the scene within minutes and performed CPR to resuscitate the victim, whose body was wedged between the middle of the bus and the rear tires. Benitez said it became clear fairly quickly that the victim did not survive the crash. Glen Firstenberg was in his car preparing to pull out onto University behind the bus when he saw a red grocery bag lying in the middle of the crosswalk. He then noticed the victim under the bus and told the driver to stop the bus, he told the Weekly. The driver didn’t immediately realize she hit the woman, Firstenberg said. “She was devastated when she found out,” he said. Another witness, who declined to give his name, said the woman was crossing the street on a green light when the bus made the left turn and hit her. The witness, who was walking on University at the time of the crash, described the victim as a woman in her 50s or older. The bus driver appeared devastated when she learned what happened, Firstenberg said. Shortly before 11 a.m., the driver — crying hysterically — was transported by a gurney to an ambulance and then taken to Kaiser Hospital in Redwood City with hypertension. The victim’s red Whole Foods bag, its contents spilling out, remained in the crosswalk while Palo Alto police and officers from San Mateo County Sheriff’s Transit Police Bureau investigated the scene. A portion of University between Cowper Street and Middlefield was closed off to traffic for part of the afternoon. The Thursday crash was the fourth major accident in Palo Alto in the past twoand-half weeks and the second recent fatal crash downtown. On Dec. 18, Rune Nielsen, a 25-year-old Danish national who was a visiting scholar at Stanford University, died after crashing into a tree on Middlefield, near Hawthorne Avenue. This happened a day after a 24-year-old male suffered serious injuries after he drove into a light pole and a tree on San Antonio Road. Earlier this week, a man and a woman in their late 70s suffered major injuries after their car hit a tree on Foothill Expressway. More information on these incidents is available on PaloAltoOnline.com N —Palo Alto Online staff

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Old-fashioned parade set for Paly state champs A parade honoring Palo Alto High School’s two state-championship teams is set for 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, rain or shine. Players on Paly’s girls’ volleyball and boys’ football teams will make their way down University Avenue, ending with video highlights and a rally at King Plaza in front of Palo Alto City Hall. Parade-watchers are urged to wear Paly’s colors of green and white and to stay downtown for evening celebrations. The Paly girls won the Division 1 state volleyball title Dec. 4, defeating Long Beach Poly in the fifth game of a best-of-five playoff. The Paly boys topped the nation’s No. 4 team, Centennial-Corona, in a Dec. 17 down-to-the-wire 15-13 victory for the California Interscholastic Federation Division I Bowl championship game. Calls for a parade erupted spontaneously “from all age groups,” said Palo Alto Mayor Pat Burt, who attended the football championship game in Southern California. “Paly and Gunn regularly win recognition nationally for academic achievement. It’s fun to see our girls’ and boys’ teams be at the top of the state in sports, too,” school district Superintendent Kevin Skelly said. The parade is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m., proceeding from University and Webster Street. N —Weekly staff

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Caltrain fare hikes, service changes on track Caltrain fare increases and service changes are set to go into effect Jan. 1. It will cost an additional 25 cents per zone to ride Caltrain, and a one-way ticket from San Francisco to San Jose will increase from $7.75 to $8.50, officials have announced. The fare increase is projected to raise an additional $1.4 million this fiscal year for the commuter rail system, which transports an estimated 38,000 passengers up and down the Peninsula every weekday, spokeswoman Christine Dunn said. The price for the annual Go Pass, which allows the rider to travel through unlimited Caltrain zones seven days a week, will increase from $140 to $155. The increase is expected to generate around $150,000, which would pay for the cost of operating the program, she said. Also beginning in January, Caltrain will be running a three-month pilot program of weekend “baby bullet” express trains, which will make seven stops between San Jose and San Francisco. The pilot program will cost an estimated $107,000, which Caltrain can pay for from savings on projected fuel costs, Dunn said. N —Gennady Sheyner LET’S DISCUSS: Read the latest local news headlines and talk about the issues at Town Square at www.PaloAltoOnline.com

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Woman arrested for Bay Area auto burglaries One woman has been arrested and a second is being sought in connection with a series of auto break-in burglaries in several Bay Area cities, the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office reported Wednesday (Dec. 29). (Posted Dec. 30 at 8:51 a.m.)

Con man Simon Gann swaps plea for prison time Simon Gann, who admitted sweet-talking a Menlo Park woman into a relationship and out of approximately $1,900 by pretending to be a millionaire MIT graduate named “Saleem Dutante� who could count cards “like Rain Man,� pleaded no contest to multiple felony charges in San Mateo County Superior Court on Dec. 27. (Posted Dec. 29 at 3:16 p.m.)

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A man threatened to run over two Walmart employees with his minivan on Dec. 23 after walking out of the Mountain View store with a television and several handheld videogame consoles he hadn’t paid for, police said. (Posted Dec. 29 at 2:44 p.m.)

Caltrain crossings set for safety improvements Caltrain crossings at four Palo Alto locations will soon be equipped with wider sidewalks, new fences, guardrails and increased signage as part of an effort to boost safety for riders, drivers and pedestrians near the Caltrain corridor. (Posted Dec. 29 at 9:07 a.m.)

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SF Creek hits ‘alert’ mark on Wednesday The volatile San Francisquito Creek climbed above the 50 percent “alert� level shortly before 4 a.m. Wednesday (Dec. 29), but “didn’t get close� to the emergency-activation 70 percent, Police/Fire Chief Dennis Burns reported. (Posted Dec. 29 at 8:08 a.m.)

Mitzvah Day to promote community service Local volunteers will come together Jan. 17 to participate in the fourth annual Mitzvah Day, hosted by The Oshman Family JCC. Mitzvah Day, a day of service taking place at synagogues and Jewish community centers throughout the nation, coincides with Martin Luther King Day to celebrate the legacy of King and promote community service. (Posted Dec. 28 at 5:21 p.m.)

Business-tax scofflaws to pay new fee As if the economy isn’t bad enough, more than 90,000 California businesses owing back taxes could be assessed a fee on past-due amounts beginning in 2011, the California State Board of Equalization (BOE) announced Monday (Dec. 27). (Posted Dec. 28 at 10:30 a.m.)

Holiday DUI arrests down from last year Arrests for driving under the influence and traffic deaths over the holiday weekend are down compared to last year, according to numbers released by the California Highway Patrol Monday. (Posted Dec. 28 at 8:58 a.m.)

DA taking a look at Menlo Brown Act allegations Whether Menlo Park City Council member Kelly Fergusson violated the state’s Brown Act open-meeting law by campaigning for mayor is being checked out by the San Mateo County District Attorney’s office, Deputy District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe confirmed Monday (Dec. 27). But it’s a misdemeanor, “at most.� (Posted Dec. 27 at 1:20 p.m.)

InnVision seeks $125,000 to help homeless

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Brothers arrested for robbing older man of $10 A 72-year-old man was knocked to the ground Friday morning (Dec. 24) and allegedly robbed of $10 by two brothers in the 2600 block of Fordham Street in East Palo Alto, police reported. (Posted Dec. 24 at 7:21 p.m.)

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be stalled — temporarily — by a new law, effective in 2012, which moves the kindergarten birthday cut-off date from Dec. 2 to Sept. 1 and will phase in over three years. As many in town call for the opening of new schools, the district is in the midst of major renovations and expansions on its 17 existing campuses — financed by a $378 million facilities bond backed by more than 77 percent of voters in 2008. Palo Alto schools also got a huge vote of confidence in May 2010 when more than 79 percent of voters backed a $589 annual school parcel tax, expected to generate an annual $11.2 million, about 7 percent of the district’s operating budget. The approval percentage was the highest ever for a parcel tax in Palo Alto — especially heartening to educators in a year when other districts were laying off teachers and cutting back calendars. The election result was “really energizing — a big ‘yes’ to our children and our community,� Skelly said. Yet he expects the budget outlook to turn ugly in January, when Jerry Brown begins his second round as governor and tackles the state’s massive budget crisis. “Governor Brown seems very keen on making some tough choices, and it’s probably going to involve major cuts to education,� Skelly said. Watchful of the ongoing Sacramento crisis, Palo Alto has shaved spending by easing caps on class size and cutting principals’ discretionary funds. The maximum class size in K-3 this fall went to 22 children and to 24 for grades 4 and 5. Teachers have not received raises beyond their seniority-based “step and column� increases since 200809, when they got a 2.5 percent raise plus a one-time payment of 2.5 percent of their previous year’s salary. In 2009 the district completely ended retiree health benefits for employees hired after June 1, 2009. When it comes to student achievement, Palo Alto in 2010 again counted its schools among the highest-ranked in California, as measured by SAT scores and success on advanced-placement tests. With 83 percent of the Class of 2010 taking the SAT, the average score was 635 in critical reading; 672 in math and 640 in writing — far exceeding state averages of 501 in critical reading, 516 in math and 500 in writing. National average scores are almost identical to California’s. But the district reported a persistent racial achievement gap when it issued numbers in June to comply with state orders to address racial “disproportionality� in its specialeducation programs. The district reported at 41 percent of Palo Alto’s African-American students and nearly 25 percent of the district’s Hispanic students are enrolled in special education, compared to a district-wide average of about 10 percent. And though many Gunn and Paly grads get admitted to top universities across the country, Palo Alto lags wealthy communities such as San Marino and Piedmont — as well as the competitive Lowell High

Upfront School in San Francisco — in the percentage of students graduating with a rigorous college-prep curriculum under their belts. The percentage of Gunn graduates completing entry requirements for the University of California and California State University systems went from 79 percent in 2008 to 87 percent in 2009. Paly went from 70 percent in 2008 to 83 percent in 2009. The district has made it a priority to boost those numbers, particularly among minority students. One of the most contentious school board issues of 2010, still not fully resolved, concerns whether to shift firstsemester final exams from late January to before the December break. Advocates of the shift view it as a way to reduce stress by giving students an assignment-free winter break, noting that nearly all other high schools in the area already have done so. But a proposal for Palo Alto to change beginning in 2011-12 met with passionate resistance from some parents, resulting in a 2011-12 calendar that retains January finals. The school board will take up the 2012-13 calendar early in 2011. “At some point we have to make a decision (about the calendar) and move on,” Skelly said. “People care passionately about this, but it’s not a good use of our time to continue staying until midnight at board meetings. “Whether finals are before or after the holidays, kids around this country are managing just fine.” Student mental health and wellbeing remains a top district prior-

ity — both for 2010 and 2011 — as the community continues to respond to five devastating student suicides at the Caltrain tracks between May 2009 and January 2010. A “safety net” of programs — some pre-existing and many others new — has been assembled under the banner of Project Safety Net, a broad community coalition focused on youth well-being. Activities range from crisis intervention, to education on how to spot at-risk teens, to promotion of “positive assets” in students as they grow. In October, students took a “developmental assets survey,” answer-

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ing questions about their attitudes toward things such as family and school. Results, due in February, will score Palo Alto students as a whole on “thriving indicators,” “risk behaviors,” “assets” and “deficits.” “Our district’s first ‘focus goal’ is student connectedness, and our work with Project Safety Net is going well,” Skelly said. “Our community really responded in terms of giving us permission to survey the kids, and we’re looking forward to seeing those results.” N Staff Writer Chris Kenrick can be e-mailed at ckenrick@paweekly.com.

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

The City Council did not meet this week.

NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING of the Palo Alto Planning & Transportation Commission Please be advised the Planning and Transportation Commission (P&TC) shall conduct a regular meeting at 7:00 PM, Wednesday, January 12, 2011 in the Civic Center, Council Chambers, 1st Floor, 250 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto, California. Any interested persons may appear and be heard on these items. Staff reports for agendized items are available via the City’s main website at www.cityofpaloalto.org. and also at the Planning Division Front Desk, 5th Floor, City Hall, after 2:00 PM on the Friday preceding the meeting date. Copies will be made available at the Development Center should City Hall be closed on the 9/80 Friday. NEW BUSINESS. Public Hearing: 1. California Avenue - Transit Hub Corridor Improvements Project: Recommendation of approval of the Negative Declaration for the California Avenue streetscape project that includes a proposed 4-lane to 2-lane reduction between El Camino Real and the California Avenue - Park Plaza. Other Items: 2. Discussion of Implementation Measures Related to SB375.

Public Agenda A preview of Palo Alto government meetings next week CITY COUNCIL … The City Council is scheduled to elect a new mayor and vice mayor and to adopt a resolution of appreciation for outgoing Mayor Pat Burt. The meeting is scheduled to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 4, in the Council Chambers at City Hall (250 Hamilton Ave.). ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD … The board is scheduled to hold an architectural review for a proposed building at the Stanford University School of Medicine featuring 185,000 square feet of research, office and administrative support uses. The building is part of the Stanford University Medical Center expansion project. The meeting is scheduled to 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 6, in the Council Chambers at City Hall (250 Hamilton Ave.).

Questions. Any questions regarding the above applications, please contact the Planning Department at (650) 329-2440. The files relating to these items are available for inspection weekdays between the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This public meeting is televised live on Government Access Channel 26. ADA. The City of Palo Alto does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities. To request accommodations to access City facilities, services or programs, to participate at public meetings, or to learn more about the City’s compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), please contact the City’s ADA Coordinator at 650.329.2550 (voice) or by e-mailing ada@cityofpaloalto.org. *** Curtis Williams, Director of Planning and Community Environment

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with a gift to the Holiday Fund. Last Year’s Grant Recipients Adolescent Counseling Services ..........$10,000 All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Palo Alto ....$7,500 California Family Foundation ....................$2,500 CASSY (Counseling and Support .............$5,000 Cleo Eulau Center.......................................$2,500 Collective Roots..........................................$5,000 Community Legal Services in EPA ..........$5,000 Downtown Streets Team ........................$15,000 DreamCatchers .........................................$5,000 East Palo Alto Children’s Day Committee ..................................................$5,000 East Palo Alto Kids Foundation ................$7,500 East Palo Alto Youth Court ........................$5,000 Environmental Volunteers ........................$3,000 EPA.net.........................................................$2,500 Foothill-De Anza Foundation ....................$5,000 Girls To Women .........................................$2,500 Gunn High School Green Team................$1,000 InnVision ......................................................$5,000 Jewish Family and Children’s Services ....$5,000 JLS Middle School PTA.............................$3,500 Jordan Middle School PTA.......................$3,500 Kara ..............................................................$5,000 Mayview Community Health Center .....$10,000 Music in the Schools Foundation ............$5,000 New Creation Home Ministries ...............$5,000 Northern California Urban Development ....$7,500 Nuestra Casa ..............................................$5,000 Opportunity Health Center .......................$7,500 Palo Alto Art Center Foundation ..............$5,000 Palo Alto YMCA ..........................................$5,000 Palo Alto Library Foundation .................$50,000 Palo Alto PTA Council Arts ......................$2,000 Quest Learning Center of the EPA Library ..................................................$5,000 Reading Partners .......................................$7,500 St. Elizabeth Seton School .......................$5,000 St. Vincent de Paul Society ......................$5,000 West Meadow Track Watch Patrols.......$5,000 Youth Community Service .........................$5,000 Youth United for Community Action (YUCA) .............................................$2,500 CHILD CARE CAPITAL GRANTS Children’s Center .......................................$3,000 Palo Alto Community Child Care ..............$3,000 PreSchool Family .......................................$3,000 The Children’s Pre-School Center ...........$3,000

Non-profits: Grant application and guidelines at www.PaloAltoOnline.com Deadline: 1/7/11

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Thank you to our 2010 Moonlight Run Corporate Sponsors: Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati Foundation, Hewlett Packard, Palo Alto Medical Foundation and Borel Private Bank & Trust

328 donors through 12/27/10 totalling $126,295 with match $216,295 has been raised for the Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund Donate online at siliconvalleycf.org/giving-paw.html 34 Anonymous .................. $14,320 Richard & Nancy Alexander .... 500 Ed & Margaret Arnold ............... ** Tom Ashton ................................ 50 Annette Ashton .......................... 50 Bob & Corrine Aulgur ............... ** Greg & Anne Avis...................... ** Jim & Nancy Baer ...................... ** Larry Baer & Stephanie Klein ... ** Rick & Lisa Barr ...................... 200 Dave Fischer & Sue Bartolo .... 250 Brigid Barton ........................... 100 Richard A. Baumgarter & Elizabeth M. Salzer .............. 350 Lovinda Beal .............................. ** Vic Befera ................................ 100 Sherie L. Berger ....................... 100 Lucy Berman .......................... 1500 Al & Liz Bernal ......................... ** Gerry & Harriet Berner .............. ** Roy & Carol Blitzer ................... ** John & Olive Borgsteadt ............ ** Steven & Linda Boxer................ ** Faith Braff ................................ 250 Lawrence M. Breed .................. 100 Eileen Brennan ......................... 100 Dick & Carolyn Brennan ........... ** Rick & Eileen Brooks ................ ** Allan & Marilyn Brown ............. ** Gloria Brown............................ 200 Chet & Marcie Brown ................ **

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Steve Brugler.............................. ** Richard Cabrera ......................... ** Bruce F. Campbell.................. 1000 Robert & Mary Cardelli ............. ** Theresa Carey .......................... 200 Barbara Carlisle ......................... ** George Cator ............................ 100 Miriam Cespedes ....................... 25 George & Ruth Chippendale ...... 25 Ted & Ginny Chu ....................... ** Andy & Liz Coe ....................... 100 Marc & Margaret Cohen .......... 100 Michael & Jean Couch ............. 150 Constance Crawford................. 500 John & Ruth DeVries ................. ** Paul & Carol Diamond............. 100 Tony & Jan DiJulio .................... ** Ted & Cathy Dolton ................... ** Attorney Susan Dondershine ... 200 Eugene & Mabel Dong ............ 200 Diane Doolittle ........................... ** Joe & Lynn Drake .................... 100 Marie Earl ................................ 100 Tom & Ellen Ehrlich .................. ** Jerry & Linda Elkind ............... 250 Hoda S. Epstein.......................... ** David & Charlotte Epstein ......... ** Leif & Sharon Erickson ........... 250 Stanley Evans ............................. ** Russ & Alice Evarts ................. 300 S. & D. Finkelstein................... 100

Herb & Alice Fischgrund ........... 50 Michael & Elizabeth Fleice/Yasek ............................. 100 Debbie Ford-Scriba .................... ** Carolyn Frake............................. 50 Jan & Freddy Gabus................... ** John & Florine Galen ................. ** Gregory & Penny Gallo ........... 500 Robert & Betsy Gamburd .......... ** Betty W. Gerard ....................... 100 Gerry Gilchrist ........................... 25 Matt Glickman & Susie Hwang ........................ 250 Dena Goldberg ......................... 100 Wick & Mary Goodspeed .......... ** Catherine Gowen........................ ** Harry & Diane Greenberg ........ 500 Richard & Lynda Greene ......... 250 Eric & Elaine Hahn .................... ** Michael & Nancy Hall ........... 1000 Jack & Myllicent Hamilton........ ** Hamilton Fund ....................... 1000 Phil Hanawalt & Graciela Spivak ........................ 300 Margaret Hanks ........................ 150 Harry & Susan Hartzell.............. ** The Havern Family ................ 3000 Walt & Kay Hays ....................... ** Bob & Jan Hermsen ................... ** Victor & Norma Hesterman ....... ** Richard & Imogene Hilbers ..... 250 Jane Holland............................... **

Roland Hsu & Julie Noblitt........ ** Mahlon & Carol Hubenthal ....... ** Joe & Nancy Huber .................. 100 Marc Igler & Jennifer Cray ........ 75 Susana Im ................................... 75 Robert & Joan Jack .................... ** Zelda Jury................................... ** JoAnn Kahn ............................... ** Ed & Masako Kanazawa ............ ** Michael & Marcia Katz ........... 200 Charles Katz & Gina Signorello ........................ 600 Eric Keller & Janice Bohman .. 250 Sue Kemp ................................. 250 Peter & Lynn Kidder ................ 250 Kieschnick Family ................. 1000 Bob & Edie Kirkwood ........... 1000 Larry Koran ................................ ** Hal & Iris Korol ......................... ** Tony & Judy Kramer.................. ** Mark Krasnow & Patti Yanklowitz ....................... 200 Mark & Virginia Kreutzer .......... ** Karen Krogh............................... ** Frank & Deborah Kurland ....... 300 Sue Kurtz ................................. 100 Donald & Adele Langendorf ... 200 Samuel S. & Jean Monma Law ..................... 100 Patricia Levin ........................... 100 Roy Levin & Jan Thomas ........ 250 Stephen & Nancy Levy .............. **

Upfront Dick & Sue Levy........................ ** Robert & Constance Loarie ....... ** Chris & Kris Loew ................... 100 Mandy Lowell ............................ ** Gwen Luce & Family................. ** Hal & Lori Luft .......................... ** Mark Lurie ................................. 50 Jonathan MacQuitty ............... 1000 Dick & Ellie Mansfield .............. ** Mimi Marden ............................. ** John & Maureen Martin ............. ** Kevin Mayer & Barbara Zimmer ** Richard L. Mazze MD & Sheil E. Cohen MD .................. 200 Drew McCalley & Marilyn Green ...................... 100 W. J. McCroskey ...................... 500 Patrick & Nancy McGaraghan ...250 Joe & Lynnie Melena ................. 50 John & Eve Melton .................. 500 Sara Michie ................................ ** David & Lynn Mitchell ............ 300 Stephen Monismith & Lani Freeman ............................. ** Diane Moore ............................ 300 Morgan Family Fund ............. 5000 Les Morris ................................ 200 Richard A. Morris ...................... ** Nancy Moss ............................... ** Thomas & Isabel Mulcahy ....... 200 Merrill & Lee Newman ............ 200 Frederic & Kristin Nichols......... ** Craig & Sally Nordlund ........... 500 Joan B. Norton ......................... 100 Boyce & Peggy Nute.................. ** John & Barbara Pavkovich....... 200 Scott & Sandra Pearson ........... 500 Joseph’s Journey Fund ............. 200 Conney Pfeiffer .......................... 25 Jim & Alma Phillips................. 250 R. Phillips................................... ** Helene Pier ................................. ** Lee Pierce................................. 200 Deborah Plumley ....................... ** David & Virginia Pollard ......... 200 Joe & Marlene Prendergast ........ ** Harry Press & Mildred Hamilton .................................. 100 Don & Dee Price ........................ ** Nancy Rhea ................................ ** Jerry H. Rice ............................ 100 Thomas Rindfleisch ................... ** Dick & Ruth Rosenbaum ........... ** Peter & Beth Rosenthal.............. ** Steve & Karen Ross ................... ** Norman & Nancy Rossen ........ 100 Don & Ann Rothblatt ................. ** Roderick Rowell ...................... 100 Dan & Lynne Russell ............... 100 Ferrell & Page Sanders ............ 100 George & Dorothy Saxe ............. ** John & Mary Schaefer ............. 100 Stan Schier & Barbara Klein.... 300 Ken Schroeder & Fran Codispoti.......................... 500 Scott & Kathy Schroeder ......... 150 Irene Schwartz ........................... 50 Elisabeth Seaman ....................... ** Martha Shirk ............................ 500 Richard & Bonnie Sibley ........... ** Jerry & Donna Silverberg ........ 100 Bob & Diane Simoni................ 200 Alice Schaffer Smith ................ 100 Andrea B. Smith....................... 100 Hershel & Helen Smith ............ 100 Ann J. Sonneberg ....................... **

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Art & Peggy Stauffer ............... 500 Charles & Barbara Stevens ........ ** Craig & Susie Thom ................ 100 John & Susan Thomas ............... ** Carl & Susan Thomas .............. 500 Jean Thompson .......................... ** Tony & Carolyn Tucher ............. ** Mike & Ellen Turbow .............. 200 Scout Voll ................................... ** Jerry & Bobbie Wagger.............. ** Roger & Joan Warnke ................ ** Anna Wu Weakland ................. 100 David R. Wells ........................... ** John & Lynn Wiese .................. 100 Douglas & Susan Woodman ...... ** Lawrence Yang & Jennifer Kuan ......................... 1000 George & Betsy Young .............. ** In Honor Of Julia, Elissa & Will Chandler .....500 Mary Dawey ............................. 250 Joe Ehrlich ................................. ** Bertha Kalson............................. ** Dick & Ellie Mansfield .............. ** PALA ......................................... ** Paul Resnick............................. 100 Kathy Schroeder, PiE Director ............................. 100 Sandy Sloan ............................. 100 Marilyn Sutorius ...................... 100 Sallie Tasto ............................... 100 Darla Tupper .............................. ** In Memory Of Carl W. Anderson ....................... ** Carol Berkowitz ......................... ** Willie Branch ............................. ** Leo Breidenbach ........................ ** A.L. & L.K. Brown .................... ** Edward & Elizabeth Buurma ..... **

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mended. The board is expected to consider the change in February. Palo Alto currently contributes 24 percent of public-safety employees’ salaries for pensions, while the employees contribute 9 percent. The city now pays between 19 and 22.75 percent for non-public-safety employees, with contributions varying by labor groups, according to the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. The CalPERS change could force the city to pay as much as 33 cents for every dollar of salary for “miscellaneous employees” (those not in public safety) starting in 2013. For public-safety workers, the city’s contribution could soar to between 49 percent and 52 percent of salaries. “We’re talking about major increases in pension costs,” Perez warned. The committee had discussed the pension problem in the past. At its Oct. 5 meeting City Manager James Keene characterized the pension situation as an issue that needs to be taken seriously. “I’m in the camp that thinks there is a day of reckoning that’s going to come some time in the future, and it’s going to be pretty significant,” Keene said at the October meeting. He acknowledged that the problem is statewide but said Palo Alto could benefit from proper planning and building the rising costs into the city’s long-term financial forecasts. The pension problems hit at a time when Palo Alto is recovering from a particularly grueling budget year. With tax revenues slipping, the city had to close a $6.3 million hole in the middle of the last fiscal year (which ended June 30). Officials then wrestled with a $7.3 million “structural deficit” (a deficit that extends to future years) later in the year. The council closed the structural cap by laying off workers, freezing salaries, reducing expenditures across City Hall and reducing employee benefits. The city also recently instituted a two-tiered pension system in which newly hired workers get a less lucrative pension formula than existing workers — a change that is expected to partially mitigate against the rising pension costs. Pension costs aren’t the only fiscal challenge on the horizon in Palo Alto. Perez said last week that staff continues to keep an eye on overtime costs for public-safety workers — costs that routinely exceed budget projections. Staff also remains concerned about tax revenues from commercial properties, Perez said. On a more positive note, Perez said there have been “positive trends” in sales-tax revenues, which dropped by more than $2 million in each of the last two fiscal years. Perez said staff has lately been receiving good feedback from local businesses, particularly high-end retailers. Sales-tax revenues are projected to rise from $17.3 million in fiscal year 2010 to $18.2 million in the current fiscal year, which ends June 30. N Staff Writer Gennady Sheyner can be e-mailed at gsheyner@ paweekly.com.

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Weekly photographers capture the lives and varied activities of local residents 010 was a year filled with emotion and events that changed the community. It was a year when... ...a plane crashed onto an East Palo Alto street, causing panic as people searched for loved ones (right); ...members of the community huddled around their TVs on a Tuesday night in November, anxiously checking the results of the Midterm elections and waiting to hear who would be California’s next governor (below); ...the death of anti-drug leader David Lewis in June sent shockwaves throughout the area, bringing people together to honor his life, denounce the violence and work to carry on his vision(opposite page, top). It was a year when ordinary people, taking ordinary actions, brought life to Palo Alto and surrounding communities: The women’s group The Rebekahs offered a rare glimpse into the oftenhidden world of service clubs, holding a public meeting dressed in shimmering formal gowns at the Palo Alto Masonic Temple (below right); Eager students — covered in trash bags, gloves, booties and painter’s hats — expressed their creativity and their school’s core values through colorful murals at Walter Hays Elementary School (opposite page, top right).

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On the cover (clockwise from top left): A portrait of East Palo Alto community leader David Lewis (file photo by Norbert von der Groeben); Walter Hays Elementary School students paint a mural (Veronica Weber); Palo Alto High head football coach Earl Hansen accepts the CIF Division I state championship trophy after the Vikings win their first-ever state title (Todd Shurtleff/MaxPreps.com); Stanford University students splash each other with pigment during Holi, the Indian celebration of spring (Veronica Weber); a peacock struts at the Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo (Veronica Weber); a portrait of Debra LaVergne of The Rebekahs service club (Veronica Weber); Krista Niebaum works with Chops at Scout’s House (Veronica Weber); tech guru Robert Scoble snags the first iPad from the Palo Alto Apple store in April, after camping outside for 22 hours (Vivian Wong). Cover design by Shannon Corey.

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Physical therapists provided care for the area’s pets at Scout’s House in Menlo Park (middle right). A lone jogger, Eunhee Kim, took to the Stanford Dish trail for a run on a drizzly

March afternoon (bottom right). And members of the Channing House harmonica club in Palo Alto gathered to play their instruments on a Saturday morning and enjoy each others’ company (above). N —Veronica Weber and Jocelyn Dong

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Pulse A weekly compendium of vital statistics

Palo Alto Dec. 22-28 Violence related Armed robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Child abuse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Domestic violence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Theft related Commercial burglaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Grand theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Identity theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Petty theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Residential burglaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Shoplifting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Vehicle related Abandoned bicycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Bicycle theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

Hit and run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Misc. traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Suspended license . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Theft from auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Vehicle accident/minor injury . . . . . . . . .8 Vehicle accident/property damage. . . . .2 Vehicle impound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Vehicle tampering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Vehicle tow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Alcohol or drug related Drunk in public . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Drunken driving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Possession of drugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Miscellaneous Emotional abuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Found property. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Lost property . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Misc. penal code violation . . . . . . . . . . .1 Other/misc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Psychiatric hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Suspicious circumstances . . . . . . . . . . .1 Vandalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Warrant/other agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

Menlo Park Dec. 20-27 Violence related Child abuse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

Domestic violence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Theft related Check forgery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Fraud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Petty theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Residential burglaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Shoplifting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Vehicle related Driving without license . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Hit and run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Suspended license . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Theft from auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Vehicle accident/minor injury . . . . . . . . .1 Vehicle accident/property damage. . . . .5 Vehicle tow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Alcohol or drug related Drug activity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Drunken driving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Drunk in public . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Possibility of controlled substance . . . . .3 Miscellaneous Coroner case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Domestic disturbance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Disturbance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Gang validation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Info. case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Lost property . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Mental evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

2%3)$%.4/&0!,/!,4/   the League of Women Voters including service as President of the Palo Alto League and on the Bay Area League Board. Irene was also devoted to St. Andrew’s Methodist Church where she and John were charter members. Another of Irene’s passions was the South Palo Alto Food Closet located at 670 East Meadow Drive, Palo Alto. The family requests that any donations on her behalf be made to this wonderful organization or to the Palo Alto League of Women Voters. A memorial service to celebrate the life of Irene Sampson will be held on Friday, January 7th 3pm at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church, 4111 Alma Street, Palo Alto. PA I D

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7),,)!--##!!4!9,/2 William McCaa Taylor, a computer programmer who worked many years for NASA on manned and unmanned space exploration projects, died suddenly on December 8, 2010 in Palo Alto. He was born in Berkeley, California on June 4, 1940, the son of George William “Billâ€? and Patricia Weisel Taylor. The family lived in California and New York before settling in Bellevue, Washington where William graduated from high school. He received a B.S. degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1962, and a master’s degree in the same ďŹ eld from Stanford University in 1963. Beginning in 1966 he worked on the Apollo lunar program at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston. Since 1979, he has worked at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, most recently in the Intelligent Systems Division, specializing in visual interface development. Among the many projects he worked on were a system for self-diagnosis and repair on the Deep Space 1 spacecraft, and a learning-based monitoring system for the International Space Station. William was on the crew team at MIT from 1958 to 1962. He was a member of the team that won the Compton Cup in 1962, defeating Harvard and Princeton. MIT has not defeated Harvard since then. Rowing remained a favorite activity for him throughout

his adult life, and he enjoyed comparing notes with his youngest niece who rowed crew for Navy from 1998 to 2001. He gave it up only last year, when lifting the shell out of the water became too much for his back. William was a lover of nature and a committed supporter of environmental causes. He made six trips to Africa, and was also a frequent birder. He became enamored of wolves early in their reintroduction to the U.S. West, visiting a wolf sanctuary in 1980. Over the past four years he renewed this love in Yellowstone Park, making four trips there to observe wildlife in various seasons; the park’s wolf reintroduction program became a cause he vigorously championed. Locally, he took part in monthly creek monitoring with the San Gregorio Environmental Resource Center. William is survived by his younger sister, Margie Taylor Dixon of The Woodlands, Texas, nieces Megan Dixon Knickerbocker of Caldwell, Idaho, Lisa Dixon of Arlington, Virginia, and Beth Dixon of Annapolis, Maryland, and new grandnephew, Rowan Knickerbocker. He is also survived by many loving friends, including a dear companion, Joni Campbell of Irvine, who was within three weeks of moving to the Bay Area to share a home and life with William at the time of his death. A memorial celebration of William’s life will be held on Sunday, January 2, 2011 at 4 p.m. at the Palo Alto Unitarian Church, 505 E. Charleston Road, Palo Alto. In lieu of owers, a donation to the Yellowstone Park Foundation (phone 406-586-6303) would be appreciated, designated for the wolf collaring program in honor of William Taylor. PA I D

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Outside assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Suspicious circumstances . . . . . . . . . . .1 Vandalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Violation of court order . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Warrant arrest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

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Featured in the revamped gallery are, clockwise from left: the eerily realistic sculpture “Slab Man” (with museum volunteer Barbara Bloom); a breezy area of abstract works; the Janet Fish still life “Goldfish and Autumn Leaves”; and the cartoonish — but actually 3-D — John Cederquist sculpture “Space Age Wave Machine.”

he gallery renovation could not be complete without Dave. Amid the new acquisitions, freshly painted walls and general reorganization of the contemporary gallery at the Cantor Arts Center, Dave is back, standing just where he did before. He leans against the wall on a vinyl resin-Fiberglas hand. His elbows are dirty. He’s probably the most popular dirty-elbowed guy around. Though eerily realistic, Dave is a 1970s sculpture by the late artist Duane Hanson, dressed like a cement worker with tools and boots. His real name is “Slab Man,” but because his shirt has a “David” nametag, folks at the Stanford University museum call him Dave. Think working-class Michelangelo. Dave had been off display for a

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while, but when the contemporary gallery reopened on Dec. 15, he was back drawing visitors again. “It’s like seeing an old friend,� a man says on a recent afternoon. Curator Hilarie Faberman pauses in the midst of giving a reporter a gallery tour. Dave, she confesses, has been off having a little work done. A while back, a museum security guard was bending to tie her shoe and noticed that Dave’s wrist had split. He was taken away for repairs (and got a new watch in the process). Faberman grins. “He still looks as grotty as he did before, but he’s got a great wrist.� Faberman, the curator of modern and contemporary art at the Cantor, is clearly pleased not only with the sculpture but with the whole gallery’s new look. Ever since the museum reopened in 1999, after shuttering due to the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, Cantor officials have been slowly renovating each gallery, she said. “We try every year to redo one of the big galleries.� Part of revamping the contemporary sector was replacing the whites and grays of the walls. Foggy blues and pale greens now enliven the space without overshadowing the colorful art. Movable wall sections have been placed here and there, creating new corners for various styles of artwork. The more fragile works on paper are sheltered from the windows, while the hardier sculptures bask in cool winter daylight. Many California artists are represented in the different sections of art, which include realism, Bay Area figurative art and works from the San Francisco school of abstract expressionism. They include Richard Diebenkorn, Elmer Bischoff and Nathan Oliveira, the longtime Stanford painter, sculptor and printmaker who died last month. There’s also op art, which Faberman speculates that no one else in the Bay Area is showing much these days because it’s “so retro.� “But I’m telling you, it’s coming back!� she says enthusiastically. Behind her, the vivid Liquitex lines of Richard Anuszkiewicz’s 1966 canvas “Equivalent� pop as if to make her point. This gallery may not be the size of, say, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, but Faberman says

she enjoys the challenge of creating vibrant and unusual exhibits here. “The job of the curator who doesn’t have an encyclopedic collection is to make interesting juxtapositions with what you have.� Sometimes those connections are made from across the room. On one side of the gallery, in the realism area, is the still life “Goldfish and Autumn Leaves� by Janet Fish, painted in oil on canvas in 1979-80. The painting is one of the Cantor’s newer acquisitions that haven’t been displayed before. It glows with lush grapes and apples, huge spoons and decorative leaves on a purple velvety tablecloth, with sunlight shining through a glass vase, bowls and plates. This is definitely a realistic work, so much a part of the outside world that its painted sunlight seems to change in intensity as the sky outside moves from sunny to rainy. And yet “Goldfish� shares a kinship with the Al Held abstract acrylic painting across the gallery. “Torquad II,� a 1985 work, somehow mirrors the composition of the still life, its triangles and other shapes spread carefully across the canvas in the same way the fruit and dishes are, Faberman says. Both also have powerful parallel lines. “I’m just a dating service for works of art,� she jokes. Another newer acquisition is the unusual dyed wooden 1999 sculpture “Space Age Wave Machine,� by California artist John Cederquist. It’s one of his striking fine-art furniture pieces, a chest of drawers that appears two-dimensional but really isn’t. The drawers actually open, as Faberman stealthily demonstrates. (There are perks to being a curator.) The chest, which has a cartoonish flair with its strong lines, appears to have pipes that pump out clouds of waves, reflective of the traditional Japanese prints that Cederquist is influenced by, Faberman says. Another work that is newly on display at the Cantor is Alice Neel’s 1976 oil portrait “The Arab.� The Robert and Ruth Halperin Foundation made possible the purchase of this painting, something Faberman is clearly grateful for. “I never thought we’d have an Alice Neel painting. I’m very excited,� she says, admiring the portrait of the wild-haired, mustachioed man who she says reminds her of a ‘70s baseball player. “So much brushwork and so much drama in it.�

The museum also added small video screens as part of the renovation. The Neel video features documentary footage of Neel at work, a fistful of brushes in her right hand. Then who should walk into the studio but the wild-haired man himself, sitting down for his portrait. It’s an unusual treat to look at a painting and then right next to it see a video of the painting being created. Faberman looks wistfully at the man in the video. “We don’t know who he was.� Some of the videos also allow visitors to hear the artists’ own voices. Next to Diebenkorn’s painting “Ocean Park No. 94,� a familiar piece for Cantor devotees, Diebenkorn can be heard talking about the kind of light he favors in his studio. “The only thing I require in a studio is daylight coming from a direction where I don’t get direct light, which really destroys things,� he muses. On this afternoon, other voices in the gallery come from a pair of Cantor volunteer docents, Julia Wall and Brenda Holston, who are examining the works and planning out upcoming tours. They’re both enthusiastic about the renovation. Holston says she enjoys seeing longtime Cantor fixtures, such as the Diebenkorns, in new corners and part of new juxtapositions. “To move something, you see it in a different light,� she says. Wall adds: “The repainting of the gallery has just made it seem lighter and more dynamic. It was a ‘wow’ moment when I saw it.� And, Holston notes, everyone seems wowed by having dear old Dave back in the gallery. “Everybody missed him.� N What: The Cantor Arts Center’s contemporary gallery (the Friedenrich Family Gallery) upstairs has been revamped and is showing many newly acquired works. Where: The museum is off Palm Drive at Museum Way, Stanford University. When: The exhibit is ongoing; hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Thursdays until 8 p.m. The museum is open New Year’s Day. Cost: Free Info: Go to museum.stanford.edu or call 650-723-4177. Curator Hilarie Faberman is scheduled to give a free talk in the gallery at 6 p.m. Jan. 27. As part of a related exhibition, “Go Figure,� the Cantor is also displaying figurative paintings and other contemporary works in the Oshman Family Rotunda and other areas of the museum, through August.

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( Skip it (( Some redeeming qualities ((( A good bet (((( Outstanding Internet: For show times, plot synopses, trailers and more information about films playing, go to www.PaloAltoOnline.com. The Kingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Speech ---1/2 (Palo Alto Square) Colin Firth stutters, sweats and swears his way through British history â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and to a certain Oscar nomination for best actor â&#x20AC;&#x201D; in director Tom Hooperâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s blue-blood biopic of the man who would be King George VI. Firth conveys the manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s resolve and his unwavering sense of duty and service to England. Public speaking is a requirement, so he and his wife (Helena Bonham Carter) seek a stuttering cure. The heart of what could have been a too-proper period piece comes in the form of the relationship between the prickly prince and a congenial Australian commoner, the unorthodox speech therapist Lionel Logue, played to perfection by Geoffrey Rush. Rated R for some language. 1 hour, 41 minutes. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; S.T. (Reviewed Dec. 10 2010)

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Black Swan --(Century 16, Century 20) Longtime ballet ensemble player Nina Sayers (Natalie Portman) covets the leading dual role in a New York production of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Swan Lake.â&#x20AC;? Though she has the attention of artistic director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; or is that the â&#x20AC;&#x153;attentionsâ&#x20AC;?? â&#x20AC;&#x201D; he questions her ability to play both the innocent White Swan and the sinful Black Swan. Still, Leroy takes the leap of casting Nina. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Perfection is not just about control,â&#x20AC;? he purrs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also about letting go.â&#x20AC;? Letting go is, of course, dangerously close to coming unhinged. Rated R for strong sexual content, disturbing violent images, language and some drug use. One hour, 48 minutes. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; P.C. (Reviewed Dec. 10, 2010)

True Grit --(Century 16, Century 20) The Coen brothers place their indelible stamp on this impressive remake of the John Wayne western. Assertive lass Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) is determined to track down her fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s killer, Tom Chaney (Josh Brolin), who is hiding out in Indian territory. Headstrong Mattie seeks to hire only the very toughest bounty hunter to bring in Chaney. Enter Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges), a nononsense U.S. Marshal who sports an eye patch. Also on Chaneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s trail (for a separate crime) is cocky Texas Ranger LaBoeuf (Matt Damon). The three odd companions ultimately elect to travel together in hopes of hunting down Chaney. Rated PG-13 for some intense sequences of western violence including disturbing images. 2 hours, 8 minutes. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; T.H. (Reviewed Dec. 24, 2010)

                              

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ione Fua only watched the Orange Bowl when Florida State was a participant. He was more of a Rose Bowl fan growing up. Fua might not get the chance to watch the Pasadena event this year. He’ll be busy preparing for Stanford’s appearance against Virginia Tech in Miami on Monday night (5:30 p.m., ESPN). “We’ll enjoy the activities the Bowl committee has for us but this is a business trip,” said Fua, who grew up in Encino. “It will be nice to be on the beach, though.” Fua, Stanford’s senior nose tackle, will be charged with slowing down the potent Hokies’ offense and their dual threat quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who has completed over 60 percent of his passes for 2,521 yards and 23 touchdowns while also rushing for 637 yards, an average of 49 per game. “It’s actually better to have someone who sits back in the pocket,” Fua said. “He’s very explosive. He could take a broken play and take it for a touchdown. He’s a really athletic guy, and can throw the ball well. But really, he’s like no one like we’ve played so far with that much explosiveness. Tyrod just makes more plays with his feet.” Of course, Virginia Tech (11-2) will also have its hands full with Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, also a dual threat with 3,051 passing yards (with a 70 percent connection rate) and 28 touchdowns (to 10 different receivers), and another 438 rushing yards and three scores. (continued on page 22)

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LIN MOVES ON . . Palo Alto High graduate Jeremy Lin made his debut in the NBA Development League on Tuesday night, scoring 10 points to help the Reno Bighorns defeat Tulsa, 98-91. Earlier in the day, Lin was assigned to Reno by the team’s NBA affiliate — the Golden State Warriors. Lin arrived in Reno just in time for the Bighorns’ shootaround at 10 a.m. He brought with him the blue shoes that he had worn while playing for the Warriors. Lin came off the bench. With eight seconds left in the first half, Lin took the ball upcourt, dribbled through two Tulsa players and drained a short fade-away jumper to give Reno a 17-point lead. “It’s obviously tough just going out there,” Lin told Scott Oxarart of the Reno Gazette-Journal. “But, I want to play and help the team, so it’s not that bad. I learned a couple basic sets and I was OK.” The Bighorns will play at Bakersfield on Thursday and will be home to face Idaho on Saturday. Reno is coached by former NBA coach Eric Musselman. The Bighorns got 19 points from Marcus Landry and 17 from Patrick Ewing Jr. Lin (6-3, 200), a rookie out of Harvard, appeared in 17 games this season for Golden State, averaging 1.9 points in 8.5 minutes. In the 2010 NBA Summer League, Lin averaged 9.8 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists in five games with the Dallas Mavericks. “I’m just going to get some playing time, some experience and continue to develop,” Lin said in various wire reports after being assigned to Reno. “There is no substitute for playing in actual games. Obviously, I’d love to stay with the team, but I’m going to be able to get a lot of playing time. It’s not the end of the world, and I can learn and grow a lot as a player.” The Warriors signed Lin as an undrafted free agent in July. In four years at Harvard, Lin averaged 12.9 points and 4.3 rebounds.

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Stanford’s statistical leaders for rushing (Stepfan Taylor, 33), passing (Andrew Luck, 12) and receiving (Doug Baldwin, 89) will be counted upon to live up to their seasonal averages when the No. 5 Cardinal takes on No. 13 Virginia Tech in the Discover Orange Bowl on Monday night in Miami, Fla.

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reshmen Aaron Bright and Toni Kokenis are potentially future standouts in their respective Stanford basketball programs. In all likelihood, their futures start Sunday when both the men’s and women’s teams open Pac-10 play against California. Bright made his starting debut with the Cardinal men in Tuesday night’s 60-44 victory over visiting Yale. He’ll likely be there again

when the Bears visit Maples Pavilion for a 5 p.m. tipoff Sunday. Kokenis has a pair of starts under her belt, and plenty of playing time against nationally ranked opponents both on the road and at home. She’s received significant playing time, averaging nearly 20 minutes per game so far, against three of the top four ranked teams in the country. Whether Kokenis starts Sunday’s 12:30 p.m. game at California is a mere formality. She will get to see

the court a lot. Both Johnny Dawkins and Tara VanDerveer understand there are never enough point guards on a roster for a coach to feel secure. The 5-foot-11 Bright gives Stanford (7-4) a different look. The 5-11 Kokenis gives the ninth-ranked Cardinal (8-2 prior to Thursday’s showdown with UConn) another body in the absence of a true, experienced point guard. Bright assumed the spot, with Jarrett Mann moving to the off guard

and Jeremy Green getting action on the perimeter. Bright, who had six points and six assists with one turnover, is expected to start against Cal. “I like Aaron there,” Dawkins said. “We can get better at that position. Aaron is unique in that he’s more of a speedy guard who can knock down 3s.” Mann remains on the court be(continued on page 23)

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first time on a football field. Luck studies the game in as much detail as a coach and has several resources available. His father, Oliver Luck, was an NFL quarterback and Harbaugh spent 15 years as a quarterback in the NFL. At the same time he maintains a special relationship with Tavita Pritchard, who will always be remembered for engineering Stanfordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stunning upset of USC in Harbaughâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first year as coach. Pritchard, who remains part of the program, started last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sun Bowl because of a thumb injury Luck incurred in the regular season finale against Notre Dame. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He is the ultimate team player,â&#x20AC;? Luck said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He helped me more than I could ever repay him. He can do a number of things and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s helped me and the team.â&#x20AC;? Offensively, Stanford matches up well against Virginia Tech. The Cardinal rushed for 2,532 yards, with Stepfan Taylor (1,023 yards, 15 touchdowns) leading the way, and the Hokies rushed for 2,716 yards spread around four guys, including Taylor, and topped by Darren Evans (62.8 per game average, 11 touchdowns). Virginia Tech averages 35.5 points and 411.1 yards on offense while the Cardinal averages 40.3 and 467.3 yards a contest. While it figures to be a high-scoring affair, both defenses have shown a stingy side. Stanford allows 17.8 points and the Hokies allow 19.1 points. Senior receiver Doug Baldwin, who grew up in Gulf Breeze, Fla. (a mere 672 miles on the Florida turnpike from Miami but just 200 miles from New Orleans), had a breakout year with 56 receptions for 824 yards and nine touchdowns. He

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Freshman Aaron Bright made his starting debut at point guard for the Stanford men in Tuesday’s 60-44 win over Yale.

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cause of his defensive capabilities as well as his ball-handling skills. “He’s our best defender on the perimeter,” Dawkins said. Green left Tuesday’s game with an ankle injury. “He rolled his ankle pretty good,” Dawkins said. “Under different circumstances he could have played the last three or four minutes. We’ll see how he is tomorrow, if there’s any swelling.” The Cardinal would love to be at full strength when the Bears come to town. “I’m optimistic,” Dawkins said. “He’s pretty sturdy. We are excited about the Pac-10. We’ve had some amazing tests and been in incredible environments. The schedule helped us get prepared.” Josh Owens continues to rediscover his basketball skills and said he’s feeling just fine these days. “We keep taking steps to get better all the time,” said Owens, who missed all of last year with an undisclosed medical condition. “Everything is good.” Freshman Dwight Powell will continue to be worked into the rotation, too.

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Freshman Toni Kokenis is providing key minutes for the women.

Women’s basketball California (8-3) still has a young team, with 10 freshmen and sophomores and two seniors comprising the roster, but the Bears are maturing rapidly and are coming off a pretty good road win at Illinois. Sophomores DeNesha Stallworth, Layshia Clarendon and Talia Campbell are Cal’s top three scorers, and three of the top four rebounders. The starting five has usually been four sophomores and a freshman, with senior Rama N’diaye also getting a handful of starts. Stanford has had its hands full following one of its most strenuous preseason schedule in school history. Perhaps VanDerveer believes in the survival of the fittest and putting her troops through such a demanding nonconference slate will toughen them up, especially freshmen like Kokenis and Chiney Ogwumike. “We play these games to let us know where we’re at,” VanDerveer said. “Toni has the ability to beat people off the dribble and that’s something we need. Sometimes she gets going a little too fast.” As Kokenis develops into a polished player, Stanford will reap the benefits of even more versatility at the guard position. In the meantime, seniors Kayla Pedersen and Jeanette Pohlen carry much of the burden with junior Nnemkadi Ogwumike, the reigning Pac-10 Player of the Year. Ogwumike had 23 points while Pohlen added 19 and Pedersen 14 in an 89-52 romp over No. 4 Xavier on Tuesday. Junior Lindy La Rocque, redshirt sophomore Sarah Boothe and sophomore Joslyn Tinkle have given the Cardinal quality minutes but there’s still a lot more work ahead if Stanford entertains thoughts of returning to the Final Four. Stanford’s iron grip on the Pac-10 crown may have loosened a bit with Cal getting better every time out and UCLA putting together a tremendous start. The conference title is still there for the taking though, as is another long run into the NCAA tournament. N

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Stephens (Texas) in the semifinals, 60-41, after opening the tourney with a 52-42 victory over host Scripps Ranch. The Gators made 23 three-pointers in the tournament and made 47 of 63 from the free-throw line while making a solid tuneup for next weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s start of the West Bay Athletic League season. Sacred Heart Prep will return to action on Tuesday to host Crystal Springs-Uplands to begin the 14game WBAL season. Two other local prep basketball teams had a chance to match Sacred Heart Prepâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finish this week, as well. Castilleja senior Natasha von Kaeppler is picking a good time to rewrite the school record book as the Gators have benefited from her scoring and rebounding during the holidays. On Wednesday, von Kaeppler scored 23 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to power the Gators to a 55-24 thumping of Gunderson in the semifinals of the Gold Bracket at the Dons Club Holiday Tournament at Del Mar High in San Jose. The victory put Castilleja (7-3) into Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s championship game against San Benito at 3:30 p.m. The 23 points by von Kaeppler, which included a free throw in the

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HOME SALES Home sales are provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the County Recorder’s Office. Information is recorded from deeds after the close of escrow and published within four to eight weeks.

East Palo Alto 2034 Addison Ave. D. Bonfiglio to Sego Trust for $375,000 on 11/15/10; previous sale 7/97, $241,000 2744 Illinois St. Mana Trust to H. Liu for $262,000 on 11/16/10; previous sale 1/05, $512,000 940 Oakes St. Bank of New York to I. Polozova for $443,000 on 11/18/10; previous sale 8/05, $775,000 902 Tinsley St. P. & J. Chiu to E. Tse for $475,000 on 11/18/10; previous sale 10/00, $469,000 251 Verbena Drive J. Watts to X. Xie for $236,000 on 11/17/10 453 East O’keefe St. #301 Loncar Trust to J. Fang for $360,000 on 11/22/10; previous sale 4/04, $545,000 2570 Gonzaga St. M. Martinez to J. Causor for $240,000 on 11/19/10; previous sale 6/06, $685,000 1172 Westminster Ave. Mitchell Trust to S. Fonua for $270,000 on 11/19/10

Los Altos 1659 Ben Roe Drive Award Homes to B. Huang for $1,350,000 on 12/3/10; previous sale 5/06, $1,500,000 22284 Carta Blanca St. Cross Trust to J. & K. Cross for $950,000 on 12/9/10 10609 Creston Drive D. & H. Saunders to T. Nguyen for $900,000 on 12/8/10; previous sale 6/99, $572,000 1031 Estrellita Way Greco Trust to C. & M. Morelle for $1,860,000 on 12/7/10; previous sale 4/92, $754,500 600 Guadalupe Drive R. & N. Grogan to D. & N. Fligor for $1,825,000 on 12/10/10; previous sale 2/08, $2,050,000 976 South Springer Road D. & D. Crawford to Y. Yung for $1,175,000 on 12/8/10 418 Valencia Drive Bohrer Trust to C. & M. Kelly for $2,150,000 on 12/7/10

Menlo Park 948 Middle Ave. #2 A. Kates to K. Miro for $1,135,000 on 11/9/10 1328 Sevier Ave. Working Dirt Limited to F. Zahraii for $400,000 on 11/12/10; previous sale 2/02, $370,000 2416 Sharon Oaks Drive Brown Trust to K. & M. Deleon for $804,500 on 11/12/10; previous sale 5/98, $651,000 22284 Carta Blanca St. Cross Trust to J. & K. Cross for $950,000 on 12/9/10 10609 Creston Drive D. & H. Saunders to T. Nguyen for $900,000 on 12/8/10; previous sale 6/99, $572,000 1031 Estrellita Way Greco Trust to C. & M. Morelle for $1,860,000 on 12/7/10; previous sale 4/92, $754,500 600 Guadalupe Drive R. & N. Grogan to D. & N. Fligor for $1,825,000 on 12/10/10; previous sale 2/08, $2,050,000 976 South Springer Road D. & D. Crawford to Y. Yung for $1,175,000 on 12/8/10 418 Valencia Drive Bohrer Trust to C. & M. Kelly for $2,150,000 on 12/7/10

Mountain View 201 Ada Ave. #39 A. Adkins to J. & H. Choi for $515,000 on 12/3/10 1925 Cambridge Drive Plymouth Colony to H. Wong-Reynolds for $680,000 on 12/6/10 1611 Nilda Ave. J. & S. Kehrli to A. & G. Levi for $1,093,000 on 12/2/10; previous sale 8/06, $1,145,000 345 Pacific Drive Western Horizons Investment to T. Apine for $657,500 on 12/3/10; previous sale 9/03, $492,000 450 Wyeth St. Shea Homes to P. & S. Gacioch for $720,500 on 12/3/10 1735 Begen Ave. Allen Trust to C. Chen for $825,000 on 12/8/10 976 California St. Mestel-Reade Trust to Pacific Peninsula Group for $1,480,000 on 12/9/10; previous sale 3/08, $1,500,000 50 East Middlefield Road #17 L. Fistolera to M. Wright for $270,000 on 12/10/10 1007 Lane Ave. M. & M. Chen to I. & S. Weingrod for $718,000 on 12/7/10; previous sale 6/01, $580,000 1504 Lilac Lane J. Kobyluk to S. Murthy for $570,000 on 12/9/10; previous sale 7/90, $260,000 13366 Pastel Lane K. Hardwicke to B. Kusmiantoro for $1,152,000 on 12/8/10; previous sale 9/97, $575,000 49 Showers Drive #L474 R. & M. McCormack to J. Zhang for $640,000 on 12/9/10; previous sale 9/97, $329,000 532 Tyrella Ave. #58 A. & J. Stuzka to H. Pham for $430,000 on 12/10/10 452 Wyeth St. Shea Homes to L. Wu for $696,000 on 12/7/10 462 Wyeth St. Shea Homes to C. Louie for $669,000 on 12/10/10

Palo Alto 643 Forest Ave. A. Blewett to I. Livshits for $724,500 on 12/1/10 3907 Grove Ave. Shah Trust to E. Lee for $1,430,000 on 12/2/10; previous sale 5/04, $945,000 4080 Park Blvd. Dugan Trust to A. Liao for $803,000 on 12/6/10 3105 Bandera Drive T. Nguyen to P. & J. Shah for $2,300,000 on 12/7/10; previous sale 6/02, $1,950,000 417 East Meadow Drive Capital One to E. Chan for $1,452,000 on 12/7/10; previous sale 10/95, $289,000 354 Grant Ave. Ladner Trust to J. Bai for $225,000 on 12/10/10 4207 Pomona Ave. M. & D. Paknad to J. Licht for $1,220,000 on 12/7/10; previous sale 6/94, $425,000 885 Seale Ave. Davidson Trust to Z. & M. Rahman for $1,415,000 on 12/9/10 573 Villa Real Mohr Trust to Li Trust for $798,000 on 12/8/10

Redwood City 1910 Harding Ave. Lopez Trust to J. Bradley for $547,500 on 11/18/10 166 Northumberland Ave. F. Vaught to R. Garcia for $325,000 on 11/18/10 220 Poseidon Lane B. Karampelas to H. Yuan for $909,000 on 11/18/10; previous sale 10/98, $500,000 3793 Red Oak Way Held Trust to J. & R. Held for $815,500 on 11/18/10; previous sale 8/09, $940,000 400 Sequoia Ave. McMartin Enterprises to Turcotte Trust for $1,300,000 on 11/16/10 200 St. Francis St. O’Keefe Trust to B. O’Keefe for $649,000 on 11/18/10 418 Stambaugh St. M. Gaspar to

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Total sales reported: 8 Lowest sales price: $236,000 Highest sales price: $475,000

Total sales reported: 9 Lowest sales price: $225,000 Highest sales price: $2,300,000

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Redwood City

Total sales reported: 7 Lowest sales price: $900,000 Highest sales price: $2,150,000

Total sales reported: 23 Lowest sales price: $325,000 Highest sales price: $1,300,000

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Woodside

Total sales reported: 8 Lowest sales price: $287,000 Highest sales price: $1,135,000

Total sales reported: 1 Lowest sales price: $1,755,000 Highest sales price: $1,755,000

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Total sales reported: 15 Lowest sales price: $270,000 Highest sales price: $1,480,000 J. Griffith for $358,000 on 11/12/10; previous sale 7/07, $611,000 57 Waterside Circle Sun Trust to D. Hirschberg for $1,124,000 on 11/16/10; previous sale 8/03, $945,000 1414 West Selby Lane K. Hall to M. Rijsberman for $650,000 on 11/17/10; previous sale 3/04, $700,000 1842 Whipple Ave. P. & S. Lough to Mcclellan Trust for $1,275,000 on 11/18/10; previous sale 7/01, $910,000 1284 Woodside Road L. Paradis to Y. Chung for $525,000 on 11/17/10; previous sale 1/08, $525,000 401 Baltic Circle Equity Growth Asset Management to W. Cheung for $660,000 on 11/23/10; previous sale 4/05, $750,000 230 Biarritz Court Kung Partners to Home Soho Limited for $1,150,000 on 11/23/10; previous sale 10/05, $1,350,000 3703 Brandy Rock Way Allen Trust to F. Morsi for $899,000 on 11/19/10 494 Buena Vista Ave. A. Karam to J. & S. Cheen for $1,100,000 on 11/23/10; previous sale 4/07, $1,350,000 429 Cork Harbour Circle #F Bank of America to A. Lau for $392,000 on 11/23/10; previous sale 12/06, $594,000 116 Danbury Lane Indymac Mortgage to R. & L. Hrubesch for $750,500 on 11/19/10; previous sale 10/04, $760,000 1221 Gordon St. J. Galindo to H. Fei for $429,000 on 11/23/10; previous sale 5/07, $735,000 633 Hawes St. HSBC Bank to M. Rangel for $568,000 on 11/19/10; previous sale 3/98, $305,000 2043 Oregon Ave. Working Dirt Limited to E. Makhlouf for $774,000 on 11/23/10; previous sale 3/05, $895,000 3732 Page St. Meastas Trust to M. & B. Latora for $550,000 on 11/19/10; previous sale 10/06, $739,000 1621 Pecan Court C. & E. Carlos to R. Snedegar for $735,000 on 11/19/10; previous sale 6/04, $695,000 220 St. Francis St. Mcconnell Trust to J. Orlando for $800,000 on 11/23/10; previous sale 6/91, $292,000

Woodside 345 Harcross Road K. Lorson to M. Torosian for $1,755,000 on 11/12/10; previous sale 8/00, $2,400,000

FORECLOSURES Foreclosures are provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the County Recorder’s Office. The date is the recorded date of the deed when the lender took title to the property. The price is what the lender paid for it (usually the mortgage balance plus foreclosure fees). Each property is now owned by the lender and is for sale, or will be for sale soon, individually or through public auction. Individuals should contact a Realtor for further information.

Los Altos 27381 Moody Road US Bank, 11/15/10, $1,006,684, 2614 sf, 4 bd

Los Altos Hills 11680 Putter Way ING Bank, 11/29/10, $1,053,175, 1056 sf, 2 bd

Palo Alto 447 Fernando Ave. Amondo Investment, 11/18/10, $643,900, 840 sf, 2 bd

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