The county poet laureate read, a housing group presented a giant “thank you” card and new Board of Supervisors President Warren Slocum sought the top spot for San Mateo County in California on the social progress index.

“Our goal ought to be to replace Marin,” Slocum said.

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Craig

2019 was also a year of people -- including elderly -- sitting in their homes, reading Nextdoor, and wondering and worrying about crime waves including break-ins, opportunistic robberies that leverage criminal fencing networks, people wandering onto properties late at night, package / mail thefts, etc. Please highlight a balanced experience. It's thoughtful and honest, as well as transparent.

Christopher Conway

That is one scary group of county supervisors. We citizens in this county are going to have to keep a close eyes on these five people. Whenever politicians talk "equity" you can be sure one group of society will be penalized to benefit another group.

Pacman

I heard Chick-fil-A sent over a gift card to mark Canepa's selection as VP of the board.

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