By Michael G. Stogner
July 7, 2020 Board of Supervisor Meeting, Greg Conlon recommended Warren Slocum, Don Horsley, Carole Groom, Dave Pine and David Canepa contact the County’s Federal Level representatives to extend the $600 per week unemployment benefits to the approximately 40,000 San Mateo County Residents who are currently unemployed. That benefit expires in there weeks.
That’s $2,400 per month X 40,000 = $96,000,000
Did any of the Five Supervisors make that call, send an e-mail, or tweet about it?
It’s been my experience the Public Comment in San Mateo County by citizens who take the time and effort to inform Elected Leaders of Important and Impending Issues is a Very Important part of the Meeting.
If you think this is an important issue contact the Supervisors and let them know.
Also if you are unemployed at this time, you might say Thank You to Greg Conlon
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Whenever I see these four people and a small group of their friends and supporters I can’t help but think of my father John Donald Stogner aka Tex. He was an average guy who worked 6 days a week 12 hours a day to support his wife and 4 children. He was in the grocery store business for 38 years. He had no time or interest in politics, he voted every election, my mother worked at the polls every year. Neither one of them suspected that elected officials would spend taxpayer money against them in order to promote or pass a tax measure that would harm them or the business my father earned his living from.
In this video you will see 4 people who were instrumental in the Yes on Measure W campaign, not shown is SamTrans CEO Jim Hartnett husband of Rosanne Faust who claims a victory in getting the message out and beating the opposition which there was none. The opposition would be people like my mother and father hard working people just trying to get by. Rosanne does not mention the $650,000 of taxpayer money her husband spent on Educational Outreach Programs involving 501-C organizations. When you add the $1,100,000 that she raised thats $1,750,000 vs. the $5,700 a few brave individuals put together for the No on W campaign. Note the Yes on W supporters are the people that receive the taxpayer money and the No on W are the people stuck with paying it.
San Mateo County Elected Officials have been misleading the residents for many years. The 2012 SMC Grad Jury warned the residents of it “Inconvenient Truth” They are spending taxpayer money hiring word-crafting consultants, and conspiring to place tax measures on the ballots again using taxpayer money to make sure it will pass if put on the ballots. You will notice the Yes on W Team can’t name one citizen that came before the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, and asked Please place another 1/2 cent sales tax on the ballot to make SMC even more expensive to live in.
It will be interesting to see the communications e-mails, memos, letters, between the power players of San Mateo County that caused Measure W to be created in the first place, funded and passed by less than 500 votes in the last 2 days of a long count.
San Mateo County has a new e-mail destruction policy I have written about starting February 1, 2019. I wonder why?
SMCN.com Article County deleting e-mails
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