I attended this meeting because I voted for Sabrina Brennan. I believe if I vote for someone and they are representing my interests it is my responsibly to make sure they can do the job. This meeting was created by Commissioner Robert Bernardo all by himself, he requested it in a closed session that did not include Sabrina Brennan.
I was impressed with who attended, two SSF Police Officers in uniform, Bill Silverfarb, Supervisor Don Horsley, his two aides and his body guard a San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy in plain clothes. Mark Simon was there I wondered why? Citizen Access TV owners John and Dan Ullom were providing the public live broadcast at not cost to the taxpayers. They have been doing so since former Commissioners Jim Tucker and Will Holsinger voted to end videotaping and live broadcast for public access of the District’s Meetings. Somebody stole the Ullom’s broadcasting device, SSF Deputy Chief Mike Brosnan not only refused to enforce the law, He ordered the Ullom’s not to turn on the device after he reluctantly gave it back to them. Hanson Bridgett LLP attorney Steve Miller remained silent to John Ullom’s public request of him “Can I broadcast this public meeting.”
San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks hires Mike Brosnan to be the County’s first Human Trafficking Coordinator $140,000 first yr. Carlos Bolanos raised it to $280,000 the next year.
Letter to Lafco, from Mike McHenry a man who knows
My article on the Meeting May 26, 2015
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There have been many Hit pieces by the Advertising Businesses about San Mateo County Harbor District Commissioner Sabrina Brennan costing the Taxpayers so much money. I have not seen any article about how much Robert Bernardo and Attorney Steve Miller have cost the taxpayers. Lets take the 5 year permit for the Mavericks Surf contest that Robert Bernardo motioned and voted for when it wasn’t on the agenda and who let him behave that way. Hanson Bridgett LLP Steve Miller. That is why he gets paid the big bucks so that this value creating vote doesn’t happen unless it’s on the ballot. What is the total cost to the Taxpayers because of these two gentlemen?
Note: Hanson Bridgett LLP donated $25,000 to the Yes on W campaign.
Sabrina Brennan & Edmundo Larenas refusing a meeting with Hanson Bridgett LLP.
San Mateo County Harbor District and Taxpayers would benefit with new legal counsel.
By Michael G. Stogner
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They threatened to break the door down and send the dog in. Why?
Hint: April 21, 2007 Las Vegas Nevada, FBI Sting Operation Dollhouse Witness, Involving Sheriff Greg Munks & Undersheriff Carlos G. Bolanos.
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What happens when the information is used for other purposes? Jody Williams is a good example. What is the real purpose of this bill?
Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos
D.A. Stephen M. Wagstaffe
What is the benefit of the additional 690,000 residents personal contact information in Carlos G. Bolanos, Steve Wagstaffe, Mike Callagy, Don Horsley, Warren Slocum, Dave Pine, Carole Groom, David Canepa hands? Lets say the motive is sincere, and now 800,000 residents all receive a message at the same time, Where do you think they are going in Gridlock San Mateo County? They are going to a parking lot, that is the reality.
This bill would authorize each county, including a city and county, to enter into an agreement to access the contact information of resident accountholders through the records of a public utility or other agency responsible for water service, waste and recycling services, or other property-related services for the sole purpose of enrolling county residents in a county-operated public emergency warning system. The bill would require any county that enters into such an agreement to include procedures to enable any resident to opt out of the warning system and a process to terminate the receiving agency’s access to the resident’s contact information. The bill would prohibit the use of the information gathered for any purpose other than for emergency notification.
Senate Bill No. 821
SMDJ Misleading Article
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Thank you to the tens of thousands of San Mateo County residents who participated in the Get Us Moving outreach and public engagement process. Your feedback was used to create a plan designed to address traffic congestion throughout San Mateo County. The plan, as approved by the San Mateo County Transit District Board of Directors, is pending approval by the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors for the November 2018 ballot, and can be found here
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These are just a few of the topics and names I think about when I think of SamTrans.
SamTrans spent $300,000 of Taxpayer money for “Education” Measure W 2018. I think Jim Hartnett and the Board should pay that back. The public never asked to be educated. Same goes for the Supervisors who spent $350,000 of Taxpayers money.
Yes on W San Mateo County Neighbors for Congestion Relief raised $882,369.74 through 10/20/2018. That is all private funding and that is fine.
Here are the Neighbors that donated
The No on W raised about $5,700. The measure is failing at this moment.
SMC Grand Jury Warned Residents of Elected Officials misleading the Voters
Citizens stand for Whistleblowers
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The Department of Justice is asking for information.
State calls for reports of clergy abuse
Attorney general’s office asks potential victims of sex crimes to come forward.
By Alene Tchekmedyian
State authorities are asking people who believe they have been sexually abused by clergy members in California to come forward with information.
The plea comes after several Roman Catholic dioceses across the state released the names, in some cases for the first time, of priests accused of sexual misconduct.
“In light of the news surrounding the sexual abuse of children by members of clergy or religious organizations across the country, the Department of Justice is gathering information from the public regarding complaints of this nature in California,” state Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra’s office said in a statement.
Last month, the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Jose released the names of 15 priests who worked in Santa Clara County and were accused of sexually abusing children.
Of those 15 clergy members, nine are dead and the rest have been banned from the ministry. Four of the men had been convicted of sex crimes.
The list released by the San Jose Diocese did not describe the cases in detail. The reported allegations occurred from 1961 through the early 2000s.
The San Diego Diocese updated its public list in mid-September. The Archdiocese of Los Angeles and the Diocese of Orange are reviewing their lists of credibly accused priests — which were last updated in 2008 and 2016, respectively — to see whether any names should be added. The San Bernardino Diocese released the names of 34 priests Oct. 8.
Anyone with information about sexual misconduct by clergy members is asked to report the incident online or email firstname.lastname@example.org .