Tuesday, January 10, 2017

San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, 2017


Nextdoor Local Agencies, County of San Mateo/Christa Bigue/Social Media, 1/6/17. "January 2017 Newsletter from Supervisor Don Horsley." 


Image result for San Mateo County Supervisors 2017 picture"Meet your new Board of Supervisors president, a Coastside Beach Shuttle launches, an update on the Skylonda Fire Station, and more.

Please read the attached newsletter (or find it here: http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=5ac9...) from Supervisor Don Horsley, District 3, which includes cities of Atherton, southeast Belmont, Half Moon Bay, part of Menlo Park (west of El Camino Real), Pacifica, Portola Valley, San Carlos and Woodside. Unincorporated Devonshire Canyon, El Granada, Emerald Lake Hills, Harbor Industrial Park, La Honda, Ladera, Loma Mar, Los Trancos Woods, Menlo Oaks, Miramar, Montara, Moss Beach, Palomar Park, Pescadero, Princeton By-The-Sea, San Gregorio, Skyline, Sequoia Tract, Skylonda, Stanford Lands, Vista Verde and West Menlo Park."


Related, from the Supervisor Don Horsley, District 3 newsletter above. "Supervisor Don Horsley's January 3, 2017 speech upon being elected President by his fellow Board Supervisors."  ..... ...  "Let me begin by congratulating our newest member of the Board of Supervisors – David Canepa. ....We said good-bye to former three-term Supervisor Adrienne Tissier last month...  Next, we all know that we have just gone through a difficult National Election that has caused some of our residents to be fearful of what may lie ahead for those who are undocumented. I want to reassure folks that in San Mateo County, we will continue to provide all services to all of our residents regardless of immigration status. ...  .... I am happy to report that our superb County Parks have benefited from Measure A (now Measure K) – we built the Devil’s Slide Trail Park, which has become a world-class viewing and hiking area. ... On the coast, we’re working on long-term solutions to connectivity and hiking at Pedro Point Headlands and the Green Valley Trail. The list of ways that San Mateo County serves its residents is endless, from our hospital to our law-enforcement and social services. It is a remarkable place to live and for me it is a wonderful privilege to be able to represent the people of District 3 and to work for all the residents of San Mateo County. ..."


ReferenceSan Mateo County Board of Supervisors, 2017.  Related, Facebook, County of San Mateo.  Article San Mateo Board of Supervisors/News/Michelle Durand, Communications Director, 1/3/17. "Board reorganizes, welcomes Supervisor David Canepa."  Note San Mateo County Supervisor photographs.  President Don Horsley/David Canepa sworn-in from the Michelle Durand article.  Supervisors left to right: Warren Slocum (District 4), Carole Groom (District 2), Don Horsley (District 3), David Canepa (District 5), Dave Pine (District 1) from the Nextdoor/Don Horsley Newsletter link.

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