By Michael G. Stogner
Does this look like Homeless to you?
Some San Mateo County Manager Mike Callagy quotes from today’s LATIMES Article By Brittny Mejia
The long-term goal, he said, is to see the temporary shelters go away and affordable housing take their place.
The county is using an additional $55.3-million Homekey grant to construct and operate a navigation center with 240 units in Redwood City.
“Our Year of Working Together to End Homelessness.” In it, Callagy called this the highest priority for himself and the Board of Supervisors.
Using federal CARES Act funds and state Homekey money,
“We’re calling this the year to end homelessness in San Mateo County. This is a lofty goal, don’t get me wrong. This is very lofty. But we believe that we can get there,” said Mike Callagy, county manager. “We want to be the first to end homelessness of any county in California.”
This is the same County Manager and the same Five Supervisors that just last January 13, 2022 acknowledged to ABC 7 Investigative Reporter Dan Noyes that they knew Absolutely Nothing about several San Mateo County employees making agreements with James Brown President of Wine Country Marines a 501-c located in Sonoma County, and also President of West Coast Solution Inc, located in San Carlos, to distribute the more than $10,000,000.00 of PPE, on January 25, 2022.
I mention Supervisor David Canepa because he is a Candidate for Congress right this minute. This is what he said about the PPE.
“I don’t think it’s a San Mateo County Issue.”