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FREE Community Emergency Response Team Training (CERT) – Registration Open

Here is your opportunity to become a trained member of “CERT”, the City of San Mateo’s Community Emergency Response Team. Participants in this 25-hour series of classes will learn how to develop neighborhood teams while cross-trained in basic emergency skills.

Classes are held at the San Mateo Senior Center (2645 Alameda de las Pulgas) on Wednesdays from 6:15 to 8:45pm (January 31st – March 14th). Skills Development & Mock Earthquake Exercise will be held on the Saturday, March 17th , 2018, 9:00am to 4:00 pm at Fire Station 23.

Registration opens November 30th www.sanmateorec.com (Course # 142026-A1)

https://sanmateocacert.samariteam.com/DocFetcher.ashx?FolderItemId=32006

 

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Upcoming City meetings

Friday, November 3rd – KFC Neighborhood Meeting for proposed interior and exterior upgrades.  6:00 – 8:00 PM at KFC (406 E. Third Avenue).

Monday, December 11th – San Mateo Planning Commission Public Hearing (public comments, discussion, and a vote) on the Bay Meadows Phase Two affordable housing proposal.  7:30 PM at City Hall Council Chambers.

Early 2018, date to be determined – San Mateo City Council to hear the Appeal to the Planning Commission’s Denial of 4 W. Santa Inez Condominiums (10 units).

Welcome Noelia & Bennito

We are excited to welcome two new HANCSM board members: Noelia Corzo and Bennito Angeles.

Bennito Angeles has lived in North Central for over 20 years and has been active with HANCSM for over one decade! He coaches soccer and you will often find him on the King Center field. He’s a “workaholic” and runs a house-cleaning business that serves many neighborhoods in our county.  His priority on the board is to educate neighbors about keeping our streets clean.

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Noelia Corzo was born and raised in North Central. She is a graduate of our local public schools and is an involved PTA mom at Fiesta Gardens where her son attends school. Noelia has been life-long community advocate for social justice and she works as a social worker, serving the special needs community in San Mateo County.  Her goal on the HANCSM board is to increase community engagement and participation to improve our schools and neighborhood. (Also you will see her name on the Nov. 7th ballot).