A General Municipal Election was held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 for the purpose of electing 3 council members to fill the offices now held by David Lim, Rick Bonilla and Joe Goethals to serve 4-year terms, all commencing December 4, 2017. Candidates are listed below in the order of the randomized alphabet sort conducted by the Secretary of State.
Candidates’ Forum: San Mateo-Foster City School District Board
Today, October 3, 2017
7 PM – 8:30 PM
St. Bart’s Parish Auditorium
600 Columbia Dr, San Mateo
Candidates will discuss critical social issues, such as quality education in our community. Candidates include: Noelia Corzo, Alexander Haislip, Rebecca Hitchcock, Shiraz Kanga, Thomas Morgan, Jacob Thiel, and Shara Watkins.
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Organized by: St. Bartholomew Social Justice Committee and Faith in Action Bay Area
Faith In Action Bay Area is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and does not endorse any political candidates. This forum is for community education purposes only.
Please join us for the next step in refining the future vision for San Mateo’s recreation facilities. Come to the community workshop to review program options and identify priorities.
Monday, September 25th, 7-9p at King Center
725 Monte Diablo Ave
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Planning Commission Public Hearing Meetings on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 for developments in North Central neighborhood, including:
PA15-058 – 2 West 3rd Avenue Mixed Use
PA16-049 – 405 East 4th Avenue Mixed Use
What’s Happening in Development and City Planning? Visit the What’s Happening page.
- National Night Out is Tuesday August 1. To register by phone contact John Rink Sr. at (650) 522-7711. Leave your porch lights on from 5-9 pm, to show your support of this great community building event, and in support of our Police Department.
- Tuesday, September 19 at 7:30 pm at San Mateo City Hall Beresford Hillsdale Neighborhood Association (BHNA) will be hosting San Mateo City Council Candidates Night.
If you’re like me, you hate all those campaign mailers — whole lot of waste and very little information. I found a page of information on the League of Women Voters website, an organization whose goal is to educate voters impartially, with brief summaries of the candidates and their positions and link to more detailed info. Don’t forget mail in those ballots by May 3rd!
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