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Tuesday, Jan 16 2018

General Announcement:

San Bruno Cable High-Speed Internet Service usage is regulated by the Acceptable Use Policy. Subscribers should be familiar with that policy which can be found by clicking AUP on the red toolbar above. While most users are well within these limitations, those users exceeding bandwidth limitations could receive additional charges applied to their accounts.
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San Bruno Cable Internet is pleased to announce the launch of Spamcontrol: a new security system to help you minimize the amount of unwanted junk email from entering your Inbox. Spamcontrol is completely free of charge with your San Bruno Cable Internet service and does not require you to purchase or install any additional software.

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Local News

No injuries when blaze damages 2 Nob Hill residential buildings

SFGATE.COM
A fire on San Francisco’s Nob Hill burned through 20 units of two residential buildings Tuesday afternoon, fire officials said. The fire was reported at 3:47 p.m. in the 1426 Taylor Street and also burned into the adjacent building at 1420 Taylor Street. No injuries were reported, and 12 people were displaced, the fire department said. Fire officials said the blaze was accidental but still under investigation, and it was contained by 4:33 p.m. The structures are both three-story residential buildings, fire officials said. Annie Ma is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: ama@sfchronicle.

5 SF supervisors seek commercial property tax hike to pay for more housing

SFGATE.COM
Five San Francisco supervisors joined forces Tuesday to put a measure on the June 5 ballot that would raise about $100 million a year to pay for 10,000 low- and middle-income housing units and shelter accommodations for the city’s homeless population over the next decade. The ballot measure, dubbed “Housing for All,” asks voters to raise the tax levied on commercial property owners to 2 percent, a 1.7 percent increase. There would be some exemptions for spaces rented to nonprofits and retailers, including an offset for property owners bringing in less than $1 million per year in rent payments.




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