South San Francisco, CA April 17, 2023 Press Release
Congressman Kevin Mullin, representing California District 15 in the United States House of Representatives, is visiting cities in his district to meet with local officials. Among his stops: his hometown, the City of South San Francisco.
“It was great to spend my second Day in the District in South San Francisco. It was amazing to get a closer look at all the projects underway and in the planning stages. City staff and the Council are working hard to address the many challenges facing cities today and are totally committed to making sure that South San Francisco continues to be a great place to live, work and play. I’m so proud to call it home,” says Congressman Kevin Mullin.
Congressman Mullin was in town last week, and he started his day with a surprise visit with high school students enrolled in Youth in Government Day, a co-sponsored program of the City and the South San Francisco Unified School District. It was a particularly moving visit since Congressman Mullin’s late father, Gene Mullin, a government teacher, commissioner, Councilmember, Mayor, and Assemblymember, was co-founder of the Youth in Government program 40 years ago. Congressman Mullin himself participated in the program as a high school senior.
“It was inspiring to hear Congressman Mullin speak to the students about the importance of civic engagement, the impact of local government, and possible careers in public service to our very own youth here in South San Francisco,” said South San Francisco Mayor Flor Nicolas.
Congressman Mullin toured the City and received an update on current private and public projects in South San Francisco, which included a hard-hat tour of the new Library and Parks and Recreation building. He heard about the City’s challenges with housing and what the city is doing to combat that, updates on transportation, employment, the environment, social services, and equity within the City.
“Congressman Mullin was genuinely interested in learning about all the projects the City is undertaking and asked thoughtful and forward-thinking questions. It was an honor to showcase our City and all of the wonderful things our City staff are working on to continue to make the City of South San Francisco a great place to live and raise a family,” said South San Francisco City Manager Sharon Ranals.
Congressman Mullin plans to host a Town Hall meeting in South San Francisco on May 31. Details are still being finalized.
Guess they didn’t brief him before with not wearing a suit and dressy shoes to to that dusty unfinished grey “thing” taxpayers are on the hook for the next 25 yrs.pfft!
dressing him up in construction wear would even be worse. doubt he even knows how to do construction. take a look under his manicured finger nails. probably flawless.
all for show. another professional politician.
think I just vomited in my mouth a little. look’s cute in a hard hat. just like pothole Pete.