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San Mateo County Board of Supervisors

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 400 County Ctr Redwood City CA 94063  See map

The five-member San Mateo County Board of Supervisors is elected by residents and serves as the governing body of San Mateo County.

The board is responsible for protecting and providing services to improve the health, safety, welfare and environment of San Mateo County.

Meetings typically are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month.  

Click here for upcoming and past meeting agendas.

Source: San Mateo County

Michael G. Stogner August 14, 2012 at 02:51 AM
Gov. code 25303 The board of supervisors shall supervise the official conduct of all county officers, and officers of all districts.
Michael G. Stogner August 14, 2012 at 02:47 PM
"The five-member San Mateo County Board of Supervisors is elected by residents and serves as the governing body of San Mateo" This is not true, Rose Jacobs Gibson and Carole Groom were appointed not elected by the residents of San Mateo County, as a matter of fact Carole Groom was appointed by just 3 people one of them was Rose Jacobs Gibson who should have recused herself since she has benefited from the appointment. Also the description should say that as little as 3 Supervisors control a $1.8 B budget.
Andrew Peceimer August 14, 2012 at 03:49 PM
President Obama is raising taxes on a national level, Governor Brown is trying to raise taxes for California, and now the Board of Superviors is trying to raise the sales tax to 9.5% for San Mateo County. (if you live in Burlingame the School district is also trying to raise your taxes with another parcel tax). I say the private sector has paid enough. Vote NO!!!!!!!!!!!!
Michael G. Stogner August 14, 2012 at 05:36 PM
Andrew, couldn't agree with you more the Supervisors have failed to demonstrate their ability to spend within their budget, they gave a 3% raise to the Sheriff deputes unions and an 11% increase to the controller they just appointed. I am a "No" vote on C, the sales tax. I also recommend "Yes" on A, which is District vs At Large. "No" on B, the controller position to be appointed. This position should remain elected.

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