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Five local youths attain Eagle Scout rank Five boys — Jack Hansen, Trevor Kelly, Henry Marks, Nicholas Nolasco and Marshall Williams — all of Menlo Park Troop 222, earned their rank of Eagle Scout and were honored at a recent Court of Honor at Menlo Church. The troop is headed by Scoutmaster Jay Hansen. Jack Hansen, son of Jay and Christine Hansen of Menlo Park, is a sophomore at Menlo-Atherton High School. He plays football and lacrosse. His Eagle project involved refurbishing and repainting a ramp at BOK Ranch. He has served as assistant patrol leader, patrol leader and quartermaster. He has completed five 50-mile hikes during his tenure as a scout. Trevor Kelly, son of Roland and Carol Kelly of Menlo Park, is a senior at Summit Preparatory High School. A nationally recognized rower, he competes with the varsity crew team at NorCal Rowing. His service project was building a 16x12-foot pergola at Summit Prep for students and faculty to enjoy. Henry Marks, son of Doug and Sidney Marks of Menlo Park, is a senior at MenloAtherton High School, where he is on the swim and water polo teams. His Eagle project involved the revitalization and renovation of the plant identification trail at Menlo Civic Center. As a scout, Henry has completed five 50-mile hikes, including three with his father. Nicholas Nolasco, son of Tony and Cyndi Nolasco of Menlo Park, is a senior at MenloAtherton High School. He is senior class co-adviser and part of the Grab Bag Theatre. His project included building two benches, a planter box, a canopy at the Menlo Park Senior Center and refurbishing the path leading to them. Marshall Williams is the son of Brandon and Stephanie Williams of Menlo Park, a sophomore and home-schooled. A student, athlete and musician, his scouting journey has spanned three states, New York, Florida and California, and four Scouting units. His leadership project involved co-leading, creating, and filling five trailers with emergency supplies for the Menlo Park Community Emergency Response Team that can be used should an emergency strike the community.


Henry Marks

Alyn Beals 153 Marva Oaks Drive

ASRB2016-0026; GRAD2016-0003 Planner: Corinne Jones, Assistant Planner

Presentation and consideration of a proposal requiring Formal Design Review, to construct a two-story main residence with an attached garage and a partial basement; an accessory structure (workshop); an Accessory Living Quarters (gate house); a swimming pool; and, associated landscaping and landscape lighting. Formal Design Review is being completed by the Planning Commission because the project includes an additional entitlement, a Grading Exception (GRAD2016-0003), in order to exceed 1,500 cubic yards of grading. This item was continued to a date certain, from the December 21, 2016, meeting, due to a lack of quorum. 3. California Water Service Near 3760 Woodside Road

Jack Hansen

Marshall Williams

CUSE2015-0001; VARI2016-0011 Planner: Sage Schaan, Principal Planner

Review and approval, conditional approval, or denial of a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a proposal WRPRGLI\DQH[LVWLQJVPDOOGDPRQ%HDU*XOFK&UHHNDQGFRQVWUXFWDÀVKODGGHUWRDOORZIRUWKHXSstream migration of steelhead trout. A CUP is required for the project as it is located within a designated stream corridor. The project is partially located within the Town of Woodside and partially within the unincorporated area of County of San Mateo County. San Mateo County is Lead Agency under CEQA and has adopted a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the entire project, and has approved the portion of the project within the unincorporated County area. This review is of a CUP for the portion of the project within Woodside. All application materials are available for public review at the Woodside Planning and Building Counter, Woodside Town Hall, weekdays from 8:00 – 10:00 AM and 1:00 – 3:00 PM, or by appointment. For more information, contact the Woodside Planning and Building Department at (650) 851-6790.


Nicholas Nolasco

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Trevor Kelly

Kiwanis Club’s speaker lineup An eclectic lineup of speakers is scheduled to appear at the Menlo Park Kiwanis Club’s weekly meetings in January. The service club meets each Tuesday over lunch from noon to 1:15 p.m. at the Allied Arts Guild in Menlo Park at 75 Arbor Road. Non-members can attend by contacting the club through its website ( or by emailing Bruce Wellings at Lunch for first-time visitors is free. On Jan. 17, Becky Sanders, a communications and

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marketing manager at the MidPeninsula Media Center, will talk about opportunities for high school students to get involved in digital media. On Jan. 24, Jody DiMauro, a probation services manager at the San Mateo County Probation Office, will give a presentation called, “A Day in the Life of a Probation Officer.” On Jan. 31, Kira Reginato, author of “Tips for Helping your Aging Parents (Without Losing your Mind),” will talk about the pros and cons of staying in one’s home or moving to a retirement community.

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