In a measure to protect tenants, I was proud that our Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted an ordinance today Establishing Property Owner Obligations with Respect to Tenants Displaced from Unsafe or Substandard Units.
Article by Samantha Weigel from The Daily Journal. In an effort to protect at-risk renters who find themselves living in unsafe housing as the affordability crisis grinds on, San Mateo County lawmakers are looking to crack down on landlords who fail to maintain their properties.
...I attended the reorganization meeting of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, mainly to witness the swearing in of the newest member Dave Canepa. It, too, was a very crowded event. Hard to find a place to park and hard to find a seat. What impressed me was how much good these officials do for the community. Supervisor Warren Slocum helped set up a homeless shelter for vets on the VA site. Supervisor Dave Pine has been the advocate and go-to guy to protect us from sea level rise and has even been invited to the Netherlands as a local expert. Supervisor Carole Groom has worked tirelessly on The Big Lift, a program to ensure kids can read at the proper grade level. And Don Horsley, the new president of the board, assured our local immigrant population that we will keep them safe from federal witch hunts.
Supervisor Warren Slocum was appointed to represent the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, or MTC, to fill the seat vacated by outgoing Supervisor Adrienne Tissier. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is the transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.
Soon to be underway! Caltrans will begin construction on the San Francisquito Creek Bridge Replacement Project!
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors held its annual rotation, selecting Supervisor Don Horsley as its 2017 president and welcoming Supervisor David Canepa who was elected in November to represent District Five.
Supervisor Don Horsley named president during annual Board rotation.
RFP Number 2017-001 County of San Mateo Probation Department Release Date: January 3, 2017 Responses must be Received by 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on February 14, 2017
RFP Number – 2017-002 County of San Mateo Probation Department Release Date: January 3, 2017 Responses must be Received by 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on February 14, 2017