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City of San Bruno Finance Department Business License Division
567 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA 94066
The business license division is part of the city's Finance Department andMore processes fees and forms for those starting a business in San Bruno. The office is located at the cashier's window in City Hall.
Philippines Today
883 Sneath Ln, San Bruno, CA 94066
Philippines Today is a free weekly newspaper publishing news and commentary about the Philippines for FilipinoMore communities in the Bay Area. Founded in 2008, the paper is based in San Bruno but has correspondents throughout the country and overseas. Many of the paper's newsstands can be found at Asian-owned businesses in San Bruno, South San Francisco and Daly City.
San Bruno Cable TV
398 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA 94066
San Bruno is unique in that it is one of only a few cities on the West Coast to own and operate its own cable company.More Started in 1971 after then-Public Works Director Leo Van Dusen first noticed that the city had the engineering to support the system, San Bruno Cable now provides digital cable, Internet and digital phone services. The company has 8,500 cable customers, more than 5,000 Internet customers and about 900 telephone customers.
State of California Rehabilitation Department
801 Traeger Ave, San Bruno, CA 94066
The California Department of Rehabilitation helps people with disabilities find employment. The San Bruno office is partMore of the department's San Francisco district, which also includes branches in San Francisco, San Mateo, Foster City, Menlo Park and San Rafael.
San Bruno City Treasurer's Office
567 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA 94066
The City Treasurer is responsible for the safety and investment of all city funds. The City Treasurer is electedMore for a four-year term, during which he or she reports on various financial matters to the  City Manager, City Attorney, Finance Director and City Council.
San Bruno City Clerk's Office
567 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA 94066
Carol Bonner is the city clerk for San Bruno. She was first elected in November 2005 and was re-elected in 2009 to serveMore another four-year term. The city clerk is responsible for preparing City Council agenda packets and minutes, maintaining and documenting council actions, administering local elections, implementing Political Reform Act requirements, processing claims under the city's self-insurance program and regulating permits.