Thursday, February 19, 2015

Kevin Mullin, Democrats guest speaker, Saturday, 2/21/15

Image result for Kevin Mullin picturePacifica Tribune/Meetings, 2/17/15.  "Democrats meeting."

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Kevin Mullin, CA Assembly, District 22
Speaker Pro Tem
"Kevin Mullin, California State Assemblyman will provide details of his work in Sacramento at the upcoming Pacifica / Daly City Democrats Club meeting on Saturday morning, Feb. 21. 

The breakfast meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. at the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant in the rear banquet room. Assemblyman Mullin represents Pacifica and other Peninsula communities.  A full breakfast is provided for $12, a continental breakfast for $6, and coffee for $3. There is no obligation to order anything. You do not have to be a Democrat to attend the meeting. Everyone is welcome.Read more.

Reference  -Kevin Mullin, CA Assemblymember, District 22 (San Mateo County), About.  "Assemblymember Kevin Mullin, a former city councilmember and mayor of South San Francisco, a local business owner, and a former state legislative aide was elected in November 2012 to represent the  22nd Assembly District. The district includes the cities of Belmont, Brisbane, Burlingame, Foster City, Hillsborough, Millbrae, Pacifica, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Carlos, San Mateo and portions of South San Francisco."  Kevin Mullin news, CA Assembly Speaker Pro Tem. Press Release, 2/18/15. "Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Kevin Mullin introduces Bill to address congestion relief on Highway 101."

Related article - Daily Journal (San Mateo County), Bill Silverfarb, 2/19/15.  .... "Assemblyman Kevin Mullin wants to fix Highway 101." "Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco, introduced Assembly Bill 378 Wednesday to address congestion relief on the 48-mile stretch of highway between San Francisco and San Jose. The bill seeks to provide a framework for addressing major congestion through San Mateo County by bringing together the business community, transportation experts and city officials to engage the commuting public on ways to alleviate the congestion. The bill calls for regional transportation agencies to take swift and decisive action to relieve commuter congestion. ....  AB 378, however, makes no mention of Interstate 280."

Note photographs/graphics - upper from referenced Kevin Mullin website; lower from 

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