Monthly Archives: April 2022

Heinz Puschendorf for San Mateo County Sheriff 2022

By Michael G. Stogner

HEINZ PUSCHENDORF

I recommend the Residents of San Mateo County start practicing how to SPELL

HEINZ PUSCHENDORF.

I used to vote the first week I got my mail-in ballot, Get it over with quick, that all changed in 2018 when I was standing with Heinz Puschendorf in a church on Woodside Road and Alameda in Redwood City where Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos and candidate Mark Melville were having what was called a Candidate Forum. The Church was full of Sheriff Deputies and upper management as I recall.

It was because of the questions being asked of the two candidates that HEINZ PUSCHENDORF stated “That does it, I’m in” He became a Write-In Candidate within a couple of days after that night.

Heinz Puschendorf was the President of the San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Association DSA on April 21, 2007. The night Undersheriff Carlos G. Bolanos was caught and detained INSIDE the single family residence located at 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas Nevada. The private home was also filled with Human Trafficked Sex Slaves and at least one Minor. There was also $25,000 CASH and 3,500 Ecstasy tablets.

To this day not one San Mateo County Elected Official or Candidate for any office has ever bothered to ask the simple Question of Carlos G. Bolanos. Why did you go inside 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas, Nevada on the evening of April 21, 2007?

One huge difference between Heinz and the others is he knows the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office should have NEVER been involved in the Sheriff’s Activities League Embezzlement and Money Laundering Criminal Investigation. The other two thought it was just fine.

HEINZ PUSCHENDORF still has time to file as a Write-In Candidate for Sheriff 2022.

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Eve of Destruction

By Michael G. Stogner

Just something to think about.

I first heard this song when I was 15 years old, that was 1965. That was 57 years ago. Because of this song the United States of America lowered the Voting age from 21 years old to 18 years old.

Passed by Congress March 23, 1971, and ratified July 1, 1971, the 26th amendment granted the right to vote to American citizens aged eighteen or older.

Barry McGuire sings Eve of Destruction

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Ron Galatolo in Court today 9:00 AM 2C a Case to watch.

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: May 24, 2022 Next Court date is June 30, 2022 Entry of PLEA, That’s News.

  • 06/30/2022 Entry of Plea Judicial Officer
    Southern Prelim, -Hearing Time
    9:00 AM Comment
    & TO SET

Update: April 27, 2022 9:15 AM Mr. Galatolo appeared in court this morning, Defense attorney Chuck Smith requested May 24, 2022 9:00 AM for PLEA. That was granted.

22-SF-004259-A | The People of the State of California vs. Ronald Dario Galatolo 

San Mateo County Community College District x Chancellor Ron Galatolo

A 2015 investigation into Chancellor Ron Galatolo why did it take so long for criminal charges?

Good News Some people do get Charged with Perjury by Declaration in San Mateo County, others like Hon. Judge Joseph Scott and his Court Clerk don’t even get Investigated. You can see one of Mr. Galatolo’s charges dates back to March 1, 2011, that’s 11 years ago, how was he not charged back then?

This is another great case to watch to see what actually happens in San Mateo County with these charges finally brought by District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe.

Charges Galatolo, Ronald Dario
  DescriptionStatuteLevelDate
001RT19705(a)(1)-FEL-Filing False Tax Return19705(a)(1)Felony03/13/2018
002RT19706-FEL-Failure To File Income Tax Return19706Felony03/13/2018
003PC424(a)-FEL-Public Officer Crime424(a)Felony10/24/2013
004PC424(a)-FEL-Public Officer Crime424(a)Felony11/18/2016
005GC1090/1097-FEL-Conflict Of Interest1090-1097Felony01/08/2014
006GC1090/1097-FEL-Conflict Of Interest1090-1097Felony04/29/2015
007GC1090/1097-FEL-Conflict Of Interest1090-1097Felony04/26/2017
008GC1090/1097-FEL-Conflict Of Interest1090-1097Felony09/26/2018
009GC1090/1097-FEL-Conflict Of Interest1090-1097Felony03/27/2019
010GC1090/1097-FEL-Conflict Of Interest1090-1097Felony07/24/2019
010PC803(c)-ENH-Special Allegation-Statute Of Limitations-Late Discovery (Zamora Allegation)803(c)Enhancement07/24/2019
011PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/01/2011
012PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/12/2012
013PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/07/2014
014PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/25/2015
015PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony04/01/2016
016PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/27/2017
017PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/08/2018
018PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/07/2019
019PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony03/26/2020
019PC803(c)-ENH-Special Allegation-Statute Of Limitations-Late Discovery (Zamora Allegation)803(c)Enhancement03/26/2020
020PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony09/24/2015
020PC803(c)-ENH-Special Allegation-Statute Of Limitations-Late Discovery (Zamora Allegation)803(c)Enhancement09/24/2015
021PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration118(a)Felony05/29/2019

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San Mateo County Communications and Public Information Division.

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County Website

The Communications Team delivers timely and accurate information to the public and media, provides strategic messaging support and works on special projects and civic engagement.

How Does the TEAM explain this work Product. No mention of the More than $10M of PPE. No mention of FEMA, No Mention of the Convoy of Garbage Trucks filled with PPE reported leaving the Event Center in the two previous months. No Mention of James Brown the President of the Wine Country Marines announcing the WCM would be distributing the Donated PPE on January 25, 2022. No Mention of Steve Perich September 27, 2021 e-mail to Iliana Rodriquez informing her that all the PPE has been moved outside the Event Center. No Mention of San Mateo County Risk Manager Scott Johnson November 10, 2021 letter to Kim-anh Le, informing her of his inspection of the damaged PPE at the Event Center and in his opinion it was a TOTAL LOSS.

So how did we go from a Total Loss on November 10, 2021 to Less than 1% of the More than $10M of PPE funded by FEMA actually being damaged. Let’s find out.

San Mateo County Communications Division has omitted those key subjects and that is understandable that TEAM only earned $687,199 of Taxpayer Money in 2020.

The TEAM did get one statement correct: The County is solely responsible for our materials at the Event Center. That’s obvious.

Statement From County Manager Mike Callagy Regarding Safety Equipment at the Event Center

January 14, 2022


3:45 PM Jan. 14, 2022 Redwood City — Surplus safety equipment and cleaning supplies purchased in response to COVID-19 were moved outside at the San Mateo Event Center last fall to accommodate an event and sustained damage during the significant storms earlier this season. The County is solely responsible for our materials at the Event Center. We deeply regret that this occurred and are hiring an external investigator to identify all facts related to the damage and make recommendations to avoid future incidents. While the County will provide more information as it becomes available, we want to share what we do know now. The County purchased the supplies early in the pandemic when no one knew how long global supply shortages would last and jurisdictions nationwide were competing to purchase safety equipment, even non-medical grade items, to protect first responders and communities.► As the global supply of hospital-grade equipment and the demands of the pandemic response locally evolved, the need among local hospitals and providers for these supplies, particularly those not rated for hospital use, subsided. ► The estimated value of the supplies based on the original purchase prices is $7 million. ► The surplus supplies include primarily non-medical-grade isolation gowns, face shields and goggles as well as a number of sterile gowns. There are also miscellaneous cleaning supplies like bleach and mop buckets and handles. ► The County’s supply of masks, such as N95 and KN95 respirators, and gloves are stored indoors, separate from the impacted supplies at the Event Center. ► For months prior to the supplies being moved outdoors, the County worked with the California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) to offer these surplus supplies free of charge to health care providers and other agencies, including schools, and other states, but few accepted the offer because sizes, quantities, other considerations made them less appropriate. ► The surplus materials were moved from a building at the Event Center in mid-September to an outside fenced area to accommodate other needs for the space but should have been returned inside once the event was over. Storage space was not available at other County facilities. ► While the storms damaged some outside packaging, most of the supplies are individually wrapped. The County is actively inspecting and cleaning the materials with plans to donate undamaged goods to a nonprofit.► The County maintains separate warehouse facilities to store high-grade personal protective equipment, including masks and other sensitive items, in a climate-controlled environment and regularly supplies local health care partners during shortages and emergencies.► We want to assure our community that this incident did not impact the County’s ability to provide safety equipment to first responders and others responding to COVID-19.

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San Mateo County PPE Scandal. “This was not a Mistake”

By Michael G. Stogner

Photo taken November 10, 2021

On January 14, 2022 I published my first article about the More than $10M of PPE that was left outside unprotected at the San Mateo County Event Center I included a link to ABC7 News I-Team Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes excellent coverage and Breaking Story that included Interviews with Mike Callagy and Supervisor David Canepa who were quick to call this a Mistake. I said “This was not a Mistake”

A reasonable person might ask what would make me say that?

It’s really quite simple, I have been reporting on Organized Crime, Corruption, Money Laundering, Embezzlement in San Mateo County Government and the Courts for 22 years.

San Mateo County News.com January 14, 2022 Article

Again I say Thank You, Dan Noyes for bringing this very Important story to the San Mateo County Residents.

I was the first reporter to report that San Mateo County Risk Manager Scott Johnson had declared on NOVEMBER 10, 2022 that he had personally inspected the PPE outside the SMCEC and in his opinion it was a TOTAL LOSS. That is 64 days before Mike Callagy and David Canepa said it was a MISTAKE.

September 27, 2021 e-mail informing San Mateo County Government that the PPE is now OUTSIDE. That is 108 days before Mike Callagy and David Canepa said it was a MISTAKE.

From: Steve Perich sperich@smcec.co Sent: Monday, September 27, 2021 3:49 PM To: Iliana Rodriguez IRodriguez@smcgov.orgCc: Dana Stoehr dstoehr@smcec.co; Avinesh Pal apal@smcec.co Subject: PPE Update
Hi Iliana,
As you probably are aware, all PPE has been moved out of Fiesta Hall and is currently stored in a fenced area between Gates 9 & 10.
The Red Cross was only able to take the 10 adjustable hospital beds (MASH type). Their storage area was not large enough to accommodate the remaining five bariatric beds nor the five “home style” hospital beds, all of which are in the outdoor storage area.
The plan is to move as much as possible into Sequoia Hall after the SaaStr Conference, to protect it from the elements. The would require the County to rent Sequoia Hall as it would be filled with PPE.
The following items would be relocated first. If any space remains, we will move the most useful of the remaining into Sequoia. Masks Gloves Beds
All remaining FMS items and empty containers Bleach

Please let me know if you are in agreement with the above.

Thanks, Steve

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Aldon Smith in Courtroom 2A today 1:30 PM

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: April 25, 2022 2:57 PM Next Court date is May 9, 2022 1:30 PM Pretrial

21-SF-014538-A | The People of the State of California vs. Aldon Jacarus Ramon Smith

Defense Attorney Josh Bentley

You might recall there is a missing 5 hours after he was placed in the CHP car before he was booked.

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10 San Mateo County Employees who knew about the PPE on January 11, 2022

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County Government Change a few words and problem solved. $10M PPE Scandal

Supervisor and Candidate for Congress David Canepa and Kevin Mullin who is also running for Congress. Take care of San Mateo County Business first.

San Mateo County Executive Officer Mike Callagy works for the 5 Supervisors, he is your at will employee.

San Mateo County News.com has 2 E-mails dated January 11, 2022 that show:

10 San Mateo County Employees who knew about the PPE on January 11, 2022

Roberto Manchia, John Nibbelin, Michael Callagy, Peggy Jensen, Justin Mates, Michelle Durand, Daniel Belville, Iliana Rodriquez, Scott Johnson, Kim-Anh Le

On January 13, 2022 two days later the San Mateo County Government lied to the public telling ABC 7 News Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes the County only learned about it because of Mr. Noyes contacting them.

Here are a couple of changes the Government made the next day January 14, 2022
. Changed the first sentence to remove “the County learned” as to not reinforce the idea we knew nothing . Clarified that the investigation is by an external person
. Removed reference to FEMA and changed value to app. $7M

November 10, 2021 San Mateo County Risk Manager Scott Johnson stated in letter he sent to Kim-Anh Le “in my professional opinion, it is a total loss.” he’s talking about the PPE moved outside at the San Mateo County Event Center in September 2021.

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David Khan of Daly City in Court today 8:30 AM Courtroom 2A

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: April 22, 2022 10:30 AM Next Court date is April 29, 2022 9:00 AM He also has another court date for May 23, 2022.

Someday his son will find out what his father actually went through to fight for his Freedom and Rights and to get him back. Today as a man who is Representing Himself and is in jail, has not been able to view any of the Evidence provided to him, which is more common than you can imagine. Mr. Khan acted very professional and non disruptive to the court. It looked like he knew exactly what he was doing. Good job David Khan.

21-NF-002249-A | The People of the State of California vs. DAVID KHAN

This is another “This could happen to you” case. A perfect case for a Citizen’s Review if there was such a group in San Mateo County.

This has always been a Return of Property case, a Malicious Prosecution case.

David Khan has always wanted a speedy trial with a jury of his peers.

Why is he still in jail?

Why did DDA Brian Donnellan mention to the judge recently she should consider “Mental Capacity” just because he want to represent himself. The Judge told Mr. Donnellan we already did that. She was right.

20-NM-006433-A | The People of the State of California vs DAVID KHAN 

San Mateo County Private Defender Program attorney Justin L. Goodwin is his Advisory Counsel.

San Mateo County News.com article Khan and Daly City Police

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Supervisor David Canepa asks Questions the other Supervisors don’t want to know the answers too.

By Michael G. Stogner

SMC Supervisor David Canepa

Yesterday April 19, 2022 at the Board of Supervisor Meeting Agenda Item 12 was titled Surplus Safety Equipment, This item was put on the Agenda at the request of Supervisor Canepa at the last meeting.

None of the remaining Supervisors had any questions about the Deliberate well planned moving of $10M of PPE purchased with FEMA monies from the secured location at the San Mateo County Event Center in September 2021.

Through Supervisor Canepa’s skilled questioning technique he was able to get answers to these questions.

Possible liability of San Mateo County having to Refund the $10,000,000.00 to the Federal Government.

The monthly expense of $23,000 per month now for the storage of the PPE in 5 locations.

Mike Callagy is thinking of Building a Wharehouse to store the FEMA funded PPE.

The Dr. Jim Lianides/Mike Callagy/Staff and possibly other word crafters “Progress Report” which was supposed to be an “Independent Investigation.”

San Mateo County Executive Mike Callagy said at the 2:58:25 mark “I think there was things in the Report that were Inaccurate that need to be Cleaned Up.” “That those changes did take place.”

That means that That Mike Callagy and his TEAM word crated the Dr. Jim Lianides Report. All FIVE San Mateo County Supervisors were cool with that.

April 19, 2022 BOS Meeting

How many of the 760,000 SMC Residents knew about Agenda Item 12 yesterday?

Not mentioned was James Brown President of the Wine Country Marines of Sonoma.

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San Mateo County Elected Officials being Honest and Transparent. $10M PPE

By Michael G. Stogner

“Surplus Safety Equipment.”

How many of the 760,000 San Mateo County Residents knew this subject was on the agenda yesterday? The reason I ask is there was only one Public Comment at the 14:08 mark and NONE after the item 12 was discussed by the Government.

See what it says about Agenda Item 12, the More than $10,000,000 PPE Scandal at the San Mateo County Event Center, Convoy of Garbage Trucks FULL of PPE, reported by ABC 7 Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes on January 13, 2022 @ 6:12 PM.

Board of Supervisor Meeting April 19, 2022 agenda item 12 at 2:40:10 mark

2:58:25 Mark, San Mateo County Executive Mike Callagy acknowledges “that those Changes did take place.” Supervisor David Canepa asked him “Did you make any amendments or did staff make any amendments or changes to the Report or did we just accept the report?

Misinformation and Omission is a deliberate action. Michelle Durand is Mike Callagy’s Chief Communications person. Below are the results of selected items on the agenda:  The key word is SELECTED

County of San Mateo Board Meeting Update: April 19, 2022

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  • San Mateo County <sanmateocounty@service.govdelivery.com> To:michaelgstogner@yahoo.comTue, Apr 19 at 2:09 PM Actions from today’s Board of Supervisors’ meeting.county of san mateo news
  • The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors met via videoconference April 19, 2022. Below are the results of selected items on the agenda: 
  • HOUSING
    • Adopt a resolution authorizing the County Executive, or Director of Department of Housing as designee, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding between the County of San Mateo and the City of East Palo Alto for due diligence activities regarding a potential real property exchange.The Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to adopt the resolution. See Regular Agenda, Item No. 7, for more information. SHERIFF
    • Introduction of an uncodified ordinance approving a Military Equipment Use Policy for the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and waive the reading of the ordinance in its entirety.The Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to approve the introduction of an uncodified ordinance with Supervisor Warren Slocum dissenting. See Regular Agenda, Item No. 8, for more information.TREASURER
    • Adopt a resolution approving the amended 2022 San Mateo County Investment Policy Statement.The Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to adopt the resolution with Supervisor David Canepa dissenting. See Regular Agenda, Item No. 9, for more information. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
    • Introduction of an ordinance amending section 3.53.030 of the San Mateo County Ordinance Code to add an exception to the prohibition on firearm possession on County Property, permitting a person to possess a firearm for the purpose of immediately turning in that firearm to the San Mateo County Sheriff or any person or persons designated by the Sheriff at a County-sanctioned firearm buyback event taking place on that County Property, and waive the reading of the ordinance in its entiretyThe Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to approve the introduction of an ordinance. See Regular Agenda, Item No. 11, for more information.HOUSING
    • Adopt a resolution:
    • A) Approving and adopting a form resolution from the State Department of Housing and Community Development, authorizing the County’s application to the Homekey Program for funding in a total amount not to exceed $22,074,495 to cover capital and operating expenses for a 53-unit hotel in the City of San Mateo (“Project”); and
    • B) Authorizing an allocation of up to $10,396,410 in federal American Rescue Plan Act funds, or other funds as determined by the County Executive, as a match of local funds from the County required by the Homekey Program, in the event the County’s application for funds from the Homekey Program for the Project is approved. The Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to adopt the resolution. See Consent Agenda, Item No. 32, for more information.
    •  Measure K: Adopt a resolution:
    • A) Authorizing and directing the Director of the Department of Housing, or designee, to execute an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with Alta Housing Corporation (“Alta”) to afford the parties sufficient time to negotiate the terms of a Ground Lease Agreement and all documents evidencing and securing a predevelopment loan related to the operation and management of a permanent affordable housing development for homeless individuals and households/families or those who are at risk of homelessness (“project”) on County property located at 1818 EL Camino Real in Redwood City; and
    • B) Authorizing and directing the Director of the Department of Housing, or designee, in consultation with County Attorney, to negotiate and execute a Ground Lease Agreement and all documents evidencing and securing a predevelopment loan, in a total amount not to exceed $1,500,000 in Measure K funds, with Alta housing corporation, to cover costs associated with the operation and management of the subject property; and
    • C) Authorizing the Director of the Department of Housing, or designee, to execute contract amendments, which modify the County’s maximum fiscal obligation by no more than $25,000 (in aggregate).The Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to adopt the resolution. See Consent Agenda, Item No. 33, for more information.
    • Videos are generally made available the same day as the board meeting unless delayed due to technical issues.

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