Ron Galatolo

Ron Galatolo

San Mateo County Community College District administrators received a pay raise from the school board in a decision pushing the top official’s baseline compensation to more than $420,000 annually.

The district Board of Trustees during a meeting Wednesday, July 26, unanimously agreed a recommended salary increase for all executives next year.

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jack bauer

The trustees prove, once again, that spending other people's money is nearly as good as you know what.

Clay Parish

LocusPoint Networks LLC is the owner of several television stations in the United States. The company is 99% owned by The Blackstone Group.

One of the company's recent acquisitions, WMGM-TV, was rumored to have been purchased only to be sold in a spectrum auction in 2015.[1]

In February 2017, LocusPoint announced it would sell WDWO-CD to Tri-State Christian Television.[2]

As of April 12, 2017, LocusPoint Networks, hired by the San Mateo Community College District to sell KCSM-TV in the spectrum auction, claimed fiscal mismanagement by school officials and administrators to fulfill their basic duties to facilitate the sale properly. The station was to be sold in the auction due to the college's $1 million annual losses. In turn, the District has counter-sued LocusPoint and its partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, for failure to enter KCSM-TV into the FCC auction.[3]


What happened to public service? This is way too much money. Getting rich off the people. Has to stop. Resist!

Christopher Conway

please remember this next time the college district wants a tax increase

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