Friday, August 14, 2015

5th District Supervisor Candidate David Canepa speaks to Daly City-Pacifica, Saturday, 8/15/15

"David Canepa, City Council Member and former Mayor of Daly City and candidate for San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, will be the speaker at the Saturday, August 15th Pacifica-Daly City Democrats meeting at the Sharp Park Golf Course restaurant.
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David Canepa
Daily City City Council.
Candidate, County Supervisor.  

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Daly City Mayor David Canepa
with Seton Medical Center nurses.
The meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Breakfast available $12, continental $6, coffee $3. Meeting is free, and open to the general public. For more information, contact Judy Heldberg, or 650-359-6874."  The Sharp Park Golf Course Banquet Room is open from 9:00 a.m., and for best parking, arriving early is likely a good idea.

Reference, David Canepa.  City of Daly City, CA City Council.  Smart Voter, 11/4/08.

  David Canepa, District 5 candidate for County Supervisor 2016.  Facebook.

Related, local connection.  Pacifica Tribune/Elaine Larsen, 12/31/13, "David J. 'DJ' Canepa appointed mayor of Daly City." "David Canepa, a Pacifica native son was recently appointed Mayor of the City of Daly City.  And it's a position of responsibility he takes very seriously. "I really like the nuts and bolts of government work. For example, the constituent who calls me and tells me about the potholes in the street. I like that I'm in a position to address their concerns," said Canepa, known to friends and family as "DJ." 

Related Supervisor candidates.  The Daily Journal/Bill Silverfarb, 4/11/15, "Four enter race for supervisor: Race starting early..." "For the first time, in 2016, residents of north San Mateo County will have a chance to pick their own supervisor for the District 5 seat currently held by Adrienne Tissier, who will be termed out.So far, four candidates have lined up to replace her including two who currently serve on the Daly City Council, one who serves on the Brisbane City Council and another who serves on the Colma City Council. In 2012, San Mateo County voters changed the county’s charter so only those living in a specific district can choose a representative supervisor rather than having all voters choose all supervisors. Most of the 58,716 voters in the district, about 66 percent, reside in Daly City with the rest living in Brisbane, Colma, Broadmoor, parts of South San Francisco and parts of San Bruno. 

Note photographs, David Canepa:  As Mayor with Seton RNs, National Nurses United, 12/17/14,  from a Daily Journal/Michelle Durand article. Portrait from Smart Voter, 11/4/08 (reference above).

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Easy E said...

I would have went to this but, I have plans to go see:

Straight outta Compton!

Kathy "who cares" Meeh said...

832, yet no one at this meeting will miss you.

Anonymous said...

any update from the meeting?

Legal Beagle said...