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Unofficial Election Results

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CITY OF BRISBANE
OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK
 
UN-OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY ELECTION RESULTS
 
NOVEMBER 7, 2017
 
 

City Council Results (Elect 3 for 3-year terms)

   

Candidate

Precinct 5001

Precinct

Precinct

Vote by Mail

Total

 

5002

5003

 

W. Clarke Conway

53

67

25

315

460

 

Karen Cunningham

45

42

25

267

379

 
 

 

41

42

13

195

291

 

Dana Dillworth

 

 

50

43

23

296

412

 

Cliff Lentz

 

 

46

37

13

209

305

 

Jameel Munir

 

 

20

31

20

150

221

 

Tony Verreos

 
             
 

 

         

Business License Tax – Measure D

 

(Soils Processing)

       

 

Precinct

Precinct

Precinct

Vote by Mail

Total

5001

5002

5003

 

82

67

29

380

558

YES

 

9

21

14

148

192

NO

           
 

Business License Tax – Measure E

 

 (Recycling Establishments)

     

 

Precinct 5001

Precinct

Precinct

Vote by Mail

Total

5002

5003

 

85

66

33

404

588

YES

 

4

21

10

126

161

NO

           
 
The City of Brisbane, along with all other cities in San Mateo County, contracts with the County of San Mateo Elections Office.  The County counts and posts the election results.  The County has, by State law, up to 28 days to certify the election results.  The official results will be adopted by the Brisbane City Council on Thursday, December 14, 2017.
 
There are absentee and provisional ballots that were turned in at the polls that still need to be counted and included in the above totals.  During the next few weeks the County will be updating the absentee numbers on their website.  So the absentee numbers shown above will adjust slightly.
 
You can check any updates periodically by going to www.shapethefuture.org

 

 

 

Signboard Postings

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Posted 11/1/17

 

You’re Invited to the 3rd Annual
Flag-Raising Honoring our Veterans
Community Park Flagpole
Thurs., Nov. 9th, 8:00am

 

Annual Winter Clean-Up
November 4th & 5th
Dumpster Location Map at
brisbaneca.org or call 415-508-2147

 

November 2017 STAR Newsletter

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 Please click HERE to read the November 2017 STAR Newsletter

Signboard Postings

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Posted 10/23/17

 
Brisbane Dog Park
will re-open
Monday, December 11th
 
Posted 10/27/17
 
Brisbane Dance Workshop Presents...
Halloween Portraits
At Madhouse Coffee
Tuesday, Oct. 31st, 4-8pm
 
Adult Oil Painting
Starts Tues., Nov. 14th
6-8:30pm, Mission Blue Ctr.
For Info Call: (415)286-3707

 

Brisbane Dog Park Closure Due to New Sod

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The Dog Park will Reopen on Monday, December 11th. The manufacturer recommends the sod lay untouched for 8 weeks after installation.

 

 

 

Emergency Preparedness News

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The San Mateo County's Office of Emergency Services encourages all residents to take the first step of emergency preparedness by signing up to San Mateo County’s FREE public notification system, SMC Alert. SMC Alert sends notifications about local emergencies and events happening in your community via emails, voicemail, and text messages. There are now three fast and easy ways to sign up to SMC Alert:
• Scan the QR code embedded in the logo below, which will take you directly to the registration page
• Text your five-digit zip code to 888777
• Go directly to the SMC Alert webpage at www.smcalert.info

In other news, the Office of Emergency Services has launched an Emergency Preparedness Family Campaign through Puppets. Click here to find out more. For the latest information, you can also visit the Brisbane's Office of Emergency Services Page at www.brisbaneca.org/office-of-emergency-services .

 

 

Signboard Postings

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Posted 10/20/17

 

Annual Winter Clean-Up
Coming November 4th & 5th
Help Keep our Storm Drains Clear

 

Register to Vote by 10/23

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Oct. 23, 2017 is the last day to register to vote in the upcoming November 7, 2017 Consolidated Municipal, School and Special District Election. Individuals wishing to register may register online at www.registertovote.ca.gov. Voters must submit their online registration by midnight on the registration deadline day.

Voter registration cards are available at:

  • 555 County Center, 1st Floor, Redwood City, CA 94063
  • Registration & Elections Division, 40 Tower Rd, San Mateo, CA 94402
  • Public Libraries
  • City and Town Halls
  • U.S. Postal Service offices
  • Department of Motor Vehicles offices

To satisfy the deadline, the mailed registration card must be postmarked on or before October 23. Voters must re-register whenever they move to a new address or change their name. Please make sure you, your family members and friends are registered to vote!

For more information, visit www.shapethefuture.org or contact the Registration & Elections Division at 650-312-5222 or registrar@smcare.org.
 

Fire Main Replacement Project

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Important Fire Flow Improvements to Brisbane’s Water Infrastructure Planned for 2018

The City plans to start construction on the Annis Road PRV Station and Fire Main Replacement Project in the spring of 2018.  This project will provide much-needed improvements to our City’s aging drinking water infrastructure and will include the replacement of approximately 6,650 linear feet of 6-inch water main with 8- and 10-inch pipe along portions of:

Thomas Avenue, Annis Road, Harold Road, Humboldt Road, Sierra Point Road, Kings Road, Margaret Road and Paul Avenue.

The project is expected to last 9 months and will present some unavoidable impacts to the neighborhoods in and around the construction area. 
Here is a link to a map that shows the Water Mains, Hydrants, and Services that will be installed/replaced.
 
THE CITY HAS SCHEDULED TWO NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING TO DISCUSS THE UPCOMING PROJECT:

NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING #1: Meeting Presentation
October 14th from 9:00-11:00 AM at FIRTH PARK

NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING #2:
October 28th from 9:00-11:00 AM at FIRTH PARK
 

If you live on one of the streets scheduled for construction, please plan to attend one of these meetings.  We are excited to share with you the details of this critical work and listen to your questions and concerns so we can work to minimize the impacts to your neighborhood as best we can. 

Map of area to be impacted by Fire Main Replacement Project and Community Meetings


 

Parkside Plan discussion Moved to 10/30

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At their special meeting on October 16th to consider the draft Parkside at Brisbane Village Precise Plan, the City Council heard the staff presentation, took public comment, and continued their deliberations to a special meeting on Monday, October 30th, at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room.
 
Stay tuned to the Parkside Plan webpage for updates on the public hearing process and to sign up for e-notifications of project updates!