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Measure A Shelly Kessler and Bill Nack taught SMC a lesson

Original post made by Michael G. Stogner, another community, on Nov 7, 2012

Ten years of 1/2 cent sales tax = $60,000,000 to the General Fund for the Supervisors to spend any way they want.

Shelly and Bill got Carole Groom appointed to Supervisor, They have 70,000 members plus spouses who vote. Its that simple,

The vote results.

YES 119,889 64.5%
NO 65,842 35.5%

For the 65,842 unorganized voters, Welcome to San Mateo County, and hang on.

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Posted by Michael G. Stogner
a resident of another community
on Nov 8, 2012 at 7:48 am

Supervisor Don Horsley takes a page from the APOA regarding scare the residents.

Web Link

He identifies himself as our Former Sheriff Don Horsley says we will be SAFER. He doesn't mention he's the guy who put this measure on the ballot.

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