The reports include summary reports at about 12 weeks and two weeks before an election, and individual reports in the last two weeks for donations of $1,000 or more. Semi-annual reports in January and July cover contributions made during the previous six months.
Reports for the last two weeks before the Nov. 8 election show four donations of $1,000: American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in Oakland; BKF Engineers in Redwood City; Shannon-Leigh Associates, a sign-maker in San Leandro; and Artik Art & Architecture in San Jose. Testing Engineers Inc. in San Leandro gave $1,500.
Four corporations gave $2,500: Bayview Painting Construction in Burlingame; GRD Energy Inc. in Corte Madera; tBP Architecture in Concord; and Atlas Pellizzari Electric Inc. in Redwood City.
Six donors gave $5,000: Northern California Carpenters Regional Council Local 217 in Foster City; Netronix Integration Inc. in San Jose; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 617 in San Mateo; John Plane Construction Inc. in Brisbane; Kwan Henmi Architecture/Planning in San Francisco; and gkkworks, an architecture firm in Sacramento.
In the week following the election, reports show $1,500 contributions from two donors: Verde Design Inc. in Santa Clara; and WRNS Studio, an architectural firm in San Francisco.
Three donors gave $2,500: Vanir Construction Management Inc. in Sacramento; Corlett, Skaer & DeVoto Architects Inc. in Santa Clara; and PAE Consulting Engineers Inc. in San Francisco.
Webcor Construction Management Inc. in Alameda gave $5,000, and Program Management Integration Inc. in Emeryville gave $7,500, the report shows.
In January 2011, the campaign committee reported a donation of $131,823 from itself — contributions left over from a successful 2010 campaign for a $34 parcel tax, committee chair James Keller told the Almanac.
In the three months leading up to the election, but before the last filing deadline on Oct. 22, corporate donors gave $210,000, records show.
Four donors gave $1,500: AFSCME in San Francisco and Oakland; Alfa Tech, a construction management firm in San Jose; LPAS, an architectural firm in Sacramento; and Sugimura, Finny Architect in San Jose.
The Building & Construction Trades Council in Foster City, and BKF Engineers in Redwood City gave $1,000. The Plumbers, Steamfitters, Refrigeration Fitters Local 467 in Burlingame gave $2,000.
Seven donors gave $2,500: CSW|ST2, a civil engineering firm in Novato; AEDIS Architecture & Planning in San Jose; Denali Group, an environmental consultant in Pleasant Hill; GRD Energy Inc. in Corte Madera; Flad & Associates, an architectural firm in San Francisco; Q Builders in Palo Alto; and Blach Construction in Santa Clara.
Eight donors gave $5,000: Advance Soil Technology in San Jose; Pankow Special Projects LP, a builder in Pasadena; Keenan & Associates, an insurance broker in Torrance; Intermountain Electric Company in San Carlos; Steinberg Architects in San Jose; Allana+Buick+Bers, an architectural firm in Palo Alto; Noll & Tam Architects and Planners in Berkeley; and CSI Inc. in Pacifica.
Chevron Corp. in Concord gave $7,500, and Design Acquisition Corp. in Fremont gave $10,000.
Of the four largest donors, three gave $25,000 each: Hensel Phelps Construction Company in San Jose, McCarthy Building Companies Inc. in St. Louis, and Swinerton Inc., a construction management firm in San Francisco. Robert A. Bothman Inc., a builder in San Jose, gave $50,000.
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