One newcomer lands on Burlingame city council

Newcomer Michael Brownrigg, a planning commissioner, challenged three city incumbents and was successful in knocking one out to obtain a seat on the five-member city council.

Incumbents Ann Keighran and Cathy Baylock won another term. Voters did not re-elect councilmember Rosaline O’Mahony. City concerns include balancing the budget and overseeing a controversial development of the Safeway site.

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