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To be heard and counted, ballots must be post marked by November 3, 2015.

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Mail-in-ballots NOW or drop them off at Millbrae City Hall ballot box.

This developer's project, according to the City's own independent economic analysis, will be a drain on city funds compromising our ability to pay for basic services for our existing residents. Our residents already pay an extra fire tax and are paying very high sewer fees to address aging infrastructure. A massive office and housing project does not pay the bills – in fact, it adds to them. Read more.

Gina Papan standing up against special interest and advocating for Millbrae residents, not simply handing over massive profits to an out of town developer.

Millbrae, Calif. – On Friday, October 2, 2015 Republic Urban Properties opened a new political action committee (PAC) with the stated purpose of opposing the re-election of Millbrae’s former Mayor Gina Papan, an outspoken advocate for retaining Millbrae’s community character and holding developers accountable to residents for the impacts of development. (See link to filing here). Read more, click here.

Re-Elect Gina Papan (Former Mayor & City Council Member) Millbrae City Council & Elect Diane Papan San Mateo City Council

Please Join Us for conversation, Padis wine & hors d'oeuvres Wednesday, October 14, 2015 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The home of Ambassador Eleni & Markos Kounalakis 2500 Steiner, Ninth Floor, San Francisco, CA 94402. For Details click here.

Residents scrutinize Millbrae station plan

Residents took advantage of their first opportunity to officially and publicly express opinions and critiques of a development plan which is slated to forever alter the gateway to downtown Millbrae.

Millbrae eyes forming business improvement district: Officials say it would add increased downtown’s economic vitality

In an attempt to revitalize the economic viability of downtown Millbrae, entrepreneurs, residents and officials are rallying support for the creation of business improvement district.