According to the Chron, Tapioca Ed, did, however, have the time to pen an essay for the Sunset Beacon (which has not yet put Jew's essay online, but you can read last month's), in which he says he wants to "clear the air" about the allegations. In the essay, he says he now lives on 28th Avenue with his family. (yes, the one that the neighbors say has been vacant for years.) And that Burlingame house that everyone sees him in? Oh, no no no no no! That house is "a gathering place for [his wife's] side of the family on weekends and holidays." Pesky in-laws!
Jew concludes by saying, "I believe in our country's system of laws and know that the truth will come out about all of the matters you've read about in the papers recently." He plans to meet with his lawyer later today about the residency requirement paperwork he has to submit, once he wakes up and gets himself to City Hall. Does he take the MUNI or 101?Driving directions from Burlingame to City Hall from Google Maps.