October 8th, 2020



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There’s No Debating Viral Misunderstandings

OWN VOICE. ~ InPerspective by Gregg Dieguez

You didn’t miss a good debate last night, but the debate missed an excellent opportunity to set things straight regarding COVID-19. I was furious with both candidates for what they did, and didn’t, say – compared to what is critical for the American public to understand.  Here’s what you need to know about lingering Viral Misunderstandings…

99% of the COVID deaths in the U.S. could have been prevented with competent leadership. 



Cuhna Brothers to Grace the White Walls of Their Old Gas Station on Main Street

The piece involves two photos printed as vinyl banners and posted on the white construction fence at the corner of Main and Kelly which contains the former location of Cunha Brothers service station…a minor social hub of HMB in its own right.

One photo is of the Cunha twins Arnold and Harold flanking a gas pump displaying the price of gasoline @ $0.25 per gallon. The other, a photo of the station, is taken from across Main Street with the Review and BofA buildings (now City Hall) in the back ground.



MSWD Water Leak Along Pescadero-Seal Cove Fault in Moss Beach Causes Water Discoloration

NOTE FROM MSWD GENERAL MANAGER. Montara Sanitary and Water District General Manager and Montara resident, Clemens Heldmaier explains the brown water that you might have notice coming out of your faucet in the last week…. no health concerns.

A main brake can present itself in various degrees of severity. The situation in Seal Cove was definitely an emergency that required immediate response of our on call personnel. We consider customer notification as very important and most situations allow direct contact with affected homes. The vast majority of leaks do not lead to discolored water. On site staff prioritizes according to the severity of a situation, but first responder safety and public health and safety are always going to be the most important .  In this case it meant addressing the leak situation.



HMB City Council Asks for Edit on Chamber’s Letter to Governor Asking to Open Hotel Meetings Up To 50 People

VIDEO. At the 10/6/2020 Half Moon Bay City Council meeting they discuss the wording of the letter.

Council member, Robert Brownstone, starts the conversation when he asks why not just wait for State direction.



Golden Gate National Recreation Area Continuing Wildland Fuel Reduction Project at Rancho Corral de Tierra Unit

“The safety of our public lands and adjoining communities is a top priority. Reducing fuel loads and removing non-native tree species will improve the health of the park’s southern lands and decrease the risk of a catastrophic wildfire.” said Laura E. Joss, General Superintendent of Golden Gate National Recreation Area.



Fiber Optic Vision for the Coastside Still Simmers

VIDEO. At the City of Half Moon Bay Parks and Recs 7/29/2020 meeting, Matthew Chidester, Deputy City Manager, answers Board member, Paulette Eisen, when she asks about City-wide WiFi.  With the Library, coffee shops and schools closed, WiFi and internet connectivity is much more difficult for many.



Truth, or Consequences

OWN VOICE. ~ InPerspective by Gregg Dieguez

It’s been proven true once again: “We can ignore reality, but we cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality” – as just shown by the COVID-19 diagnosis of Donald & Melania Trump. But let’s hope for the best out of this lesson: more people believing the Virus is not a Hoax, and wearing masks, and maybe, some real attention to Contact Tracing – and an understanding of the real risk factor behind this Virus – Super Spreaders.



Twisted Fields Farms in San Gregorio on Pescadero’s KPDO @ 89.3 FM: Local Revolution

PODCAST. Listen to the latest in Farming Technology on the South Coast.

KPDO Radio in Pescadero. Recorded by Aaron Murphy’s Local Revolution show on 9/23/20200. 29 minute read.

“Our foraging chickens feast on 50 acres of natural foliage, insects, and seeds. This makes for a richer, healthier, and tastier egg! Living a cruelty free lifestyle, happy chickens truly make the best eggs.”



MROSD Shares 54% (600 Acres) of South Cowell Ranch With POST and the Marsh Family

VIDEO. San Mateo County Planning Commission meeting 9/23/2020.

The Robert and Julia Marsh family shares 600 acres with Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (MROSD) and Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST).

BACKGROUND: The Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (MROSD) proposes to acquire a 54% interest in three properties which form South Cowell Ranch, APNs 066-280-050, west of Highway 1 and bisected by Verde Road, and 066-280-010 and 066-280-020, east of Highway 1. The proposal will result in MROSD’s 54% interest, 33% interest to Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST), and 13% interest retained by the Marsh Family.



How Much Reserves Should Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) Reserve?

VIDEO. Now that SAM is caught up with their audits, HMB City Council woman, and Sewer Authority Mid-Coast (SAM) Director, Debbie Ruddock, asks about the SAM Reserves; especially important during Covid times.

From the SAM Meeting 9/14/2020 meeting.



Joseph W. Cotchett Makes Major $200k Donation and Additional $100k Matching Fund to Pumpkin Power Project


Positivity in Pumpkintown!

Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival’s Beautification Committee Launches Pumpkin Power Project “PPP” Support Fund.

Joseph W. Cotchett Makes Major $200k Donation and Additional $100 Matching Fund To Replace Lost Funding To Non-Profits Due to 2020 Pumpkin Festival Cancellation



Other Stories

video A Brief History of the JPA Collection Contract Between Sewer Authority, HMB, GCSD and MSWD
video  DA Wagstaff Answers Questions About Sandra Harmon Shooting at the City Council Special Meeting
video An Alternative Bike Ped Path to the Miramar/ Medio 1 Year Closure?
video What Are Your Thoughts on Consolidating Infrastructure on the Coastside?
video Why Did San Mateo Deny the Appeal to Allow the Historic 1868 Purissima Cemetery?
video Supervisors Direct LAFCo to Review the San Mateo Harbor District
video City of Half Moon Bay District Elections Workshop for Voters and Candidates
video San Mateo Sheriffs Get 136 Hours of Psychiatric Emergency Response Training (PERT)
video Charmin TP Commercial Frustrates the Sewer Authority Mid-Coast Board
video SAM GM Explains the 6 Month Budget Process for the Sewer-Water Joint Powers
video More Than 50 People Attend MSWD Zoom Meeting on New Rates and Charges
video. $100 Million Upgrade for El Granada and Farallone View Elementary
video. Should a 6,438 sq.ft. Residence in Miramar Go Through the CEQA Process?
video Mask Ambassadors in Half Moon Bay? City Council Woman Dr. Penrose Suggests
video. Marine Mammal Center Sea Lion Rescue 5/30/2020 From Barbara’s Fishtrap Beach
video. Connect the Coastside Moves Forward With Roundabouts, But Will There Be Money?
video. Have You Seen the NEW Half Moon Bay Map For Nov. 2020 District Based Elections?
video 10+ Year Plan for Transportation Projects Including Cypress Point in Moss Beach
update Eric Hassett Gives a Supply Chain Update on KN95 and N95 Masks for Hassett Hardware
link University of Washington Syllabus: “Calling Bullshit: Data Reasoning in a Digital World”
essay Battalion Chief David Cosgrave Experiments With the Antigen and Antibody Tests
own voice InPerspective: MWSD Rates: How Much Is Enough?
video Covid-19 Water Revenue Drops and Past Due Increases, Plus No Rain Means Extra Crystal Springs Costs
video Are Low Interest Loans at 1-2% the Answer for Building Public Utility Reserves and Maintaining Infrastructure?
video Coastside CERT and the Earthquake Country Alliance Host Part 2 of the Coastside Great “ShakeIN”
video RCD’s First Flush Water Quality Program ~ Want to Volunteer?
invitation Want to Sample Water for Surfrider’s Blue Water Task Force (BWTF)?
video Surfers Beach Pilot Project Update: Dredging, Beach Replenishment and Eel Grass
link COVID-19 Primer: Tracking the Latest Scientific Research Every 24 Hours
video Connect the Coastside: Overall Vision for Transportation on the Midcoast
podcast Live to Die ~ First Responsibility – Have You Planned for Your Death?
video Trash Wipes and Rags; Do NOT Flush. Cost For Repair?
link “Covid Near You” ~ Crowdsourcing the COVID-19 Pandemic in Real Time
article HAM Radio Technician License Training ~ Remote Testing Starting Due to Covid 19
article My Census Experience Was Super Easy! Have You Done It Yet?
link Do You Know the History of the Crystal Springs Watershed?
video Please Don’t Flush “Flushable Wipes” ‘Cos It Clogs Sewer System
links Roundabouts? 16th, Cypress, California…..Moss Beach, Montara and HWY 92/35?
article Did You Know There is a Road From El Granada Blvd. to Milbrae?
video AB 1672 Will Redefine the Marketing of “Flushable” Wipes

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Mon. Oct. 12th, 2020 @ 7:00pm - 2:00pm
47th Annual HMB Pumpkin Festival’s “World Heavyweight Championship of Gargantuan Gourds” LIVE Streams

Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off

47th Annual “World Heavyweight Championship of Gargantuan Gourds” from Half Moon Bay, California

We’ll be live-streaming theweigh-off on Facebook!

WHEN: October 12, 2020, 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. (always on Columbus Day)



Mon. Oct. 12th, 2020 @ 4:00pm - 7:00pm
COVID-19 Testing Every Monday 4:00-7:00pm Sponsored By City of Half Moon Bay

The City of Half Moon Bay and County of San Mateo – Government have partnered to offer more COVID-19 testing on the Coastside.

Using Curative self-administered testing kits, you simply swab your own mouth and you’re done.

Testing will offer safe, outdoor walk-up access.

Tests are free, no insurance necessary, but if you have it, bring your information.

The testing will continue to be held every Monday from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the Ted Adcock Community Center. Please register at



Tues. Oct. 13th, 2020 @ 8:00pm - 4:00am
Generator Arrives for Installation at Devil’s Slide Tunnel for PG&E PSPS Power Redundancy

San Mateo County — Caltrans has scheduled full overnight closures of southbound State Route (SR-1) at the Tom Lantos Tunnel (Devil’s Slide) Tuesday, October 13 to Friday, October 16, 2020. Northbound SR-1 tunnel will remain open with intermittent one-way traffic control. The purpose of the closures is to accommodate delivery of a generator and associated equipment. Provisions will be made for emergency vehicle access.

Closure Schedule:

  • Tuesday, October 13 – 08:00 PM to 04:00 AM
  • Wednesday, October 14 – 06:00 PM to 04:00 AM
  • Thursday, October 15 – 08:00 PM to 04:00 AM
  • Friday, October 16 – 08:00 PM to 04:00 AM

Detours are as follows:

  • Traffic control will be at Linda Mar (SR-1) – Southbound traffic heading to Half Moon Bay will be requested to turn around and take Sharp Park Road or Skyline (SR-35) to I-280 south.
  • Traffic control at Half Moon Bay (SR-1) – Northbound traffic heading to SanFrancisco will be rerouted to take SR-92 to I-280 north.



Sat. Oct. 17th, 2020 @ 9:30am - 4:30pm
Skyline Chestnut Orchard Opens Sat. October 17th, 2020

Pick your own chestnuts at this historic orchard! Skyline Chestnuts is a 20-acre orchard sitting at an elevation of about 2,500 feet above Palo Alto in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

The Skyline Chestnut Orchard was originally planted over 100, and perhaps as long as 150 years ago. Shortly after California was acquired by the United States in 1847, a Spanish settler moved up into the mountains where he planted the oldest of the trees growing there today.

The season begins Oct 17 and lasts just 6 weeks. Every season is a little different so be sure to check the website for dates and recommended times to pick.



Wed. Oct. 21st, 2020 @ 5:30pm - 7:30pm
San Mateo Protected Areas Collaborative Community Compliance Forum

These forums are a chance for the community (enforcement officers, volunteers, non-profits, scientists, regular beach walkers, etc.) to voice their compliance concerns for the MPAs (and areas adjacent to MPAs- like Pillar Point) in San Mateo. Compliance means following Fish and Game regulations and other local laws, including MPA rules, of course.

The Forum is really a listening session and public discussion of the compliance and enforcement concerns and recommended solutions. .



Sun. Oct. 4th, 2020 @ 1:00pm - 5:00pm
LIVE ART! 12th Annual 50|50 Show at the Sanchez Art Gallery in Pacifica

For over a decade, Sanchez Art Center has been delighted to present a very large show of very small works, the 50|50 Show. For 50 days, participating artists create 50 small artworks—a challenging creative journey, to say the least! With its stunning display of originality plus the affordability of the artworks, this highly anticipated exhibition at Sanchez Art Center is known throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.


Wed. Oct. 7th, 2020 @ 3:00pm - 3:45pm
After School Beginning Embroidery For Kids Ages 7-9 By GCSD Parks

GCSD Parks and Recs are offering two after school embroidery classes in the month of October. The classes are being taught by Anna Davidson, who taught third grade at El Granada Elementary for many years and introduced all her students  to the fine art of cross stitching.

The first class is for absolute beginners, ages 7-9, with the second class for advanced students, ages 9-11.  Each class is four separate sessions of forty-five minutes each, with the fee of $85. per student for all materials. Masks and social distancing will be required.


Wed. Oct. 7th, 2020 @ 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Advanced Embroidery for Kids Ages 9-11 After School By GCSD Parks

GCSD Parks and Recs are offering two after school embroidery classes in the month of October. The classes are being taught by Anna Davidson, who taught third grade at El Granada Elementary for many years and introduced all her students  to the fine art of cross stitching.

The first class is for absolute beginners, ages 7-9, with the second class for advanced students, ages 9-11.  Each class is four separate sessions of forty-five minutes each, with the fee of $85. per student for all materials. Masks and social distancing will be required.


Mon. Sept. 28th, 2020 to Sat. Nov. 21st, 2020
Donate Anytime to Table of Plenty to Support a Weekly Supper for Struggling Families, Elders, Homeless, and Hungry

After operating as an all-volunteer organization since 2012, the TABLE of PLENTY in Half Moon Bay we admit we were caught by suprise by the sudden impact of COVID-19 Pandemic as we have been across our nation and the world. We have been committed to our mission of bringing a distinctive supper to struggling families, elders, homeless and hungry, 52 weeks a year. In the process we created community from strangers. and we Confronted with unexpected has been humbling and inspiring all in one.The story below shares what happened and the small miracles that took place working together to feed our most vulnerable.


Sun. Oct. 18th, 2020 @ 7:00am 
Save the Date for 2020 1st VIRTUAL Pumpkin Run (42nd Annual)

Due to COVID-19, the Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival has been cancelled BUT the 42nd ANNUAL PUMPKIN RUN WILL GO ON! We are excited to announce our first ever
Please join us in running or walking this year’s races as part of our virtual race family! Sign up to run, or walk, the 5K, 10K or Half-Marathon. All distances can be run or walked during the event period, Monday, October 12 through Sunday, October 25 from wherever you are at whatever time is convenient!

Stay tuned for Registration


Sat. May. 22nd, 2021 @ 7:30am - 5:00pm 
Live Devil’s Slide Run Scheduled for May 2021

Run the most scenic trails in Northern California, while supporting more than 1,000 individuals with developmental disabilities.

The DSR features five courses that offer something for everyone, from weekend warriors to hard-core endurance athletes. Each distance features breath-taking coastal vistas, fearsome climbs, rolling hills, epic descents and best-in-class support.

The 50k, 30k, and half marathon feature the Alta Vista Trail, a cruel and beautiful climb that is dubbed the steepest in the Bay Area!


1st and 3rd Thursdays 6:00pm 
VIRTUAL GATHERING: Drop-in Support Group for Suicide Loss 

This *virtual* support group offers a safe, supportive place for those grieving the loss of loved one to suicide. Open to all members of the community free of charge.

Please contact facilitator Isabel Stenzel by email for more information.


Every Day from 10:00am to 5:00pm
Filoli Gardens Are Open Daily. Register Online.

Before You Visit
  • The Garden and Estate trail are open, the historic House is closed at this time
  • The Clock Tower Shop is open with Filoli-made products, plants for your garden and other special items. All purchases are credit card only, no cash or checks
  • Online advanced tickets are required for all visitors, including members 
  • No seating or drinking fountains are available
  • Visitor and Education Center restrooms are the only available restroom facilities onsite
  • Daily capacity is capped to ensure necessary space for social distancing
Visiting Guidelines


Wednesdays 2020 @ 2:30pm - 6:30pm
Pacifica Coastside Farmers Market Opens With Single Entry, Single Exit, May 6th

California defines Certified Farmers’ Markets as “essential services” in the Shelter in Place order. When we open for the season there will be several changes in place to support the wellbeing of our farmers, our staff, and our shoppers. We are asking the community to keep these protocols in mind, and be as committed to keeping our local farmers, ranchers, fishers and foodmakers healthy during this remarkable time as we are committed to doing the same for you.


Saturdays 2020 @ 9:00am-1:00pm
Half Moon Bay Coastside Farmers Market Opens With Single Entry, Single Exit

No One will be allowed into the market area before 9 AM, and/or all required sanitation protocols are in place. 
  • The first 45 minutes of the market day are reserved for Seniors.
  • Help Us! Keep six feet distance between you and fellow shoppers. We need everyone to be observant and respectful of this basic requirement.
  • Do not handle anything you do not intend to buy. If you touch it, you have to buy it.
More Live Music Coming Soon.....

CoastViews Music Weekly Entertainment Guide


Possible Future Buzz Calendar Events

August 4th, 2020 @ 5:00-9:00pm
National Night Out 2020 ~ Crime and Drug Reduction and Some Disaster Prep?

Coastside Agency Meetings GOING REMOTE!

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Highlighting indicates meetings occurring in the next week

HMB City Council ~ 1st / 3rd Tues. @ 7:00pm

HMB Planning ~ 2nd /4th Tues. @ 7:00pm  

HMB Parks and Recs ~ 4th Wed. only @ 6:00pm 

Sewer Authority Mid-Coastide (SAM) ~ 2nd / 4th Mon. @ 7:00pm  

Granada Community Services District ~ 3rd Thurs. only @ 7:30pm

Granada Community Services District Parks and Recs  ~ 4 Mondays per year at 7:00pm

Montara Water & Sanitary District Meetings ~ 1st / 3rd Thurs. @ 7:30pm (second meeting often cancelled, so call ahead)

Coastside County Water District ~ 2nd Tues. only @ 7:00pm 

Midcoast Community Council Meeting ~ 2nd / 4th Wed. @ 7:00pm 

Coastside Fire Protection District ~ 4th Wed. only @ 6:00pm

San Mateo County Harbor District ~ 3rd Wed. only @ 6:30pm

Cabrillo Unified School District ~ 2nd Thurs. @ 7:00pm

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HIP Housing

Human Investment Project Housing (HIP Housing) is a non-profit organization based in San Mateo, CA that has specialized in affordable and creative housing solutions in San Mateo County since 1972. Each year, HIP Housing helps 1,400 people find housing or keep their homes through our Home Sharing and Self Sufficiency Programs as well as through housing units we own and manage.

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    San Mateo, 94402
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San Benito House

Food, beverages, outside dining, Live music.
356 Main Street
Half Moon Bay, 94019

Sunday 10AM–9PM
Monday 10AM–9PM
Tuesday 10AM–9PM
Wednesday 10AM–9PM
Thursday 10AM-9PM
Friday 10AM-10PM
Saturday 10AM-10PM


Cooking for Friends

With a tenacious eye, Richard began watching chefs in Hawaii as they prepared pigs for traditional Luaus. The allure of the banquet sized paella pan for up to 200 guests enables everyone to enjoy his superb culinary treats.

As a personal chef, I specialize in recreating authentic, vegan, gluten free paella. My pleasure is to keep paella coming to your table for your parties. No job is ever too big, or too small, too near or too far. Please contact me for more information or to book a date. ~ Richard


Barterra Winery

Barterra offers the finest California wines from top vineyards located from Santa Barbara to Mendocino…

  • Pinot Noir, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sparkling from Carneros
  • Sangiovese from Silverado
  • Zinfandel, Syrah, Petite Sirah and Primitivo from Lodi
  • Viognier from Paso Robles
  • Sauvignon Blanc from Russian River
  • Cabernet Sauvginon from Alexander Valley
  • Reisling and French Colombard from Mendocino
  •    ....   and Special dessert wines from Madera


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Bedtime Stories 2-Hour Mix ~ Michelle Dragony Reads

PODCAST.   Here are almost two hours of BTS stories recorded by Michelle Dragony of Coastside Buzz from 2016 to 2019. Stay tuned for new podcasts in the new year.

Don’t you think this would make a great podcast for NPR? Could have lots of amazing, world-class guest readers!


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Bedtime Stories ~ Scaredy Mouse BOO!

Bedtime Stories ~ When Dinos Came With Everything!

Bedtime Stories ~ Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree

Bedtime Stories ~ Harold and the Purple Crayon 

Bedtime Stories: Mr. Peabody’s Apples

Teach your Kids to Listen and Imagine with Bedtime Stories

Prepare your child for a relaxing audio podcast experience. Whether in the car, the store, or before bed, let your child immerse their ears in their imagination. School is largely auditory. So, prepare your kid to listen and visualize a story without TV or video. Just listen!

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