–San Carlos Patch has an interview with outgoing City Councilman Brad Lewis, also a director/producer of animated feature films. Lewis answers lots of questions, including a pointed one about council candidate Mark Olbert.
(adding 1:20pm) The LSS asked Olbert to comment on the question and Lewis’ answer. Here’s how Olbert responded: “Over the course of this campaign my three person team and I have visited over 5,500 homes and talked to over 2,300 people on their doorsteps. What we’ve heard is a strong desire for more transparency in city government, and fresh approaches based on engaging the community to make our town even better than it is. I’m proud of the campaign we’ve run, and of all the people who have supported me in so many ways, and look forward to tomorrow night’s results.”
–PG&E’s hydrostatic pressure testing of gas lines in San Carlos concluded at the end of October without incident…no leaks detected.
Things did not go so smoothly in Woodside. On Sunday, a pipeline undergoing a high pressure water test ruptured, blasting a hole into a hillside and sending mud, rocks and water sliding onto the north bound lanes of I-280…temporarily shutting it down. Details in The San Francisco Chronicle.
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