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Andy Klein, former Mayor of San Carlos

Andy Klein Exits as Mayor

Today, Andy Klein is the former mayor of San Carlos. In a surprise announcement – at least to the community – Klein resigned from his office Wednesday after just ten months in the position. Effective immediately. Klein filed a letter of resignation with the city clerk’s office. In it, he cited “major setbacks” to his [...]

News Scout: Carlos Club Part IV (V?)

News Scout: Carlos Club Part IV (V?)

There’s an app for that. This time, “app” is for appeal. The SC City Council voted 3-2 to appeal the Planning Commission’s go-ahead for the Carlos Club to expand. Mayor Andy Klein leading the charge against the CC. Hearing set for first city council meeting in April. Click here to read full coverage in SM [...]

News Scout: Schools…Carlos Club Continued

News Scout: Schools…Carlos Club Continued

Carlos Club: Looks like not everybody was happy with SC’s Planning Commission decision to approve the Carlos Club’s request to expand. Strongly suspect Police Chief Greg Rothaus did a big eye roll and heaved a big, disappointed (disgusted?) sigh. Mayor Andy Klein thinks the expansion is a lousy idea and plans to ask the City [...]

So Many Kids…Not Enough Classrooms

So Many Kids…Not Enough Classrooms

School and city leaders are trying to solve the very complicated problem of adding classrooms for the growing number of students in San Carlos. This is an ongoing process that will definitely not be solved at a meeting scheduled tonight. But it ought to be pretty interesting. Heather Murtaugh reports in The Daily Journal that [...]

Score for Carlos Club (& yeah, there’s a van)

Score for Carlos Club (& yeah, there’s a van)

Expect the Porta Potty, the official symbol of expansion and remodeling in back of the Carlos Club sometime in the not so distant future. SC’s Planning Commission Monday evening  approved the expansion of the Carlos Club on the bustling El Camino. To read SM Daily Journal reporter Michelle Durand’s excellent coverage of the decision , [...]

Mixed Week for PG&E

Mixed Week for PG&E

On the same day…PG&E found itself both blamed and praised. Blamed by state regulators. Praised by leaders in San Carlos. Last Thursday, the Public Utilities Commission issued a report…alleging the utility broke state and federal laws that led to the deadly pipeline gas explosion in San Bruno in 2010. Meaning the Commissioners will consider fines [...]

Another Round for the Carlos Club?

Another Round for the Carlos Club?

The owner of the Carlos Club on El Camino wants to expand. San Carlos Police Chief Greg Rothaus is on the record. He does not approve. Rothaus sent a staff report to the city citing safety concerns. Mostly, he’s worried that the City of Good Living has way too many places serving alcohol compared to [...]

Pictures Really Don't Do It Justice!

Debut Night: Xmas on Eucalyptus (and about that Jeep)

Wow. David Newman’s two houses entered Disney electric light parade territory on Eucalyptus Avenue’s first night of holiday lights. While Newman is known for his wild and crazy light show, just down the street…there’s the house with the Jeep. Stephanie Moody says her family’s signature decoration was her husband’s inspiration five years ago. He jacked [...]

Christmas Stuff To Do in San Carlos

Christmas Stuff To Do in San Carlos

Friday, December 2nd: The Second Annual Night of Holiday Lights presented by SC Parks & Rec Dept. and The Chamber of Commerce. 5pm-8pm on Laurel Street between San Carlos Ave. & Arroyo; 6:30: Tree Lighting at intersection of Laurel & Cherry Mayor Andy Klein will be on hand to light the street and “encourage everyone [...]

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