=Want to Renew Your Membership or Become a Member?=
https://bmxunion.com/daily/dissertation-examples-on-body-image/49/ levitra merritt island essay money can t buy happiness https://www.arohaphilanthropies.org/heal/viagra-monroe/96/ go to link cialis greenwood http://www.safeembrace.org/mdrx/forum-viagra-uk/68/ https://chanelmovingforward.com/stories/best-essays-writing-websites-for-college/51/ 90 page thesis see url source link https://harvestinghappiness.com/drug/viagra-commercials-tv-commercials/66/ essays on my papa39s waltz by theodore roethke thesis statement for research paper on down syndrome henry ford essay resume sales experience examples here watch writing mba essays importance of english essay viagra chepa online https://recyclesmartma.org/physician/cialis-milan/91/ follow viagra tablet sales in chennai design powerpoint presentations problems of immigration essay business plan writers nyc https://teleroo.com/pharm/legal-viagra-in-uk/67/ https://www.arohaphilanthropies.org/heal/vitiligo-triggered-by-clomid/96/ homework help surface area enter site where to submit essays Sign Up Now! We Have an Easy Online Option
BHNA accepts major credit cards. -> Click Here
CURFEW IN PLACE FOR SAN MATEO COUNTY JUNE 2ND & 3RD: https://www.smcgov.org/press-
JUNE 2nd – Threat of possible evening looting at Hillsdale Mall. Blockades going in place.
June 3rd – Peaceful protest starting at 5 p.m. at City Hall – Police will walk with protestors to San Mateo Police Department.
Note: Many businesses along El Camino (south of 92) and a few on 25th Avenue boarding up.
MEETING NEWS WITH COVID-19: BHNA Member meetings are usually held on the 3rd Tuesday, with meeting months announced via our newsletter or on Nextdoor.com through the year. Due to Covid-19, our June newsletter notes that we hope to schedule a General Member Meeting in September. Stay tuned! (When meetings resume they are always held at the Beresford Park Recreation Center from 7:30 – 9 p.m.) You are welcome to email us for news on upcoming meetings at email@example.com.
Update on the Height Limits Measure – From www.smartergrowthsm.com: Is Mayor Suggesting Suppressing Voter Rights?
The San Mateo Daily Journal ran an article 4/20/2020 (https://tinyurl.com/yc4rquus) in response to last week’s city council meeting, wherein Mayor Goethals suggested “Pressing Pause” on Measure P. You read that right – the very grassroots measure with over 7000 signatures that has been in the works for over two years now, and to which the same Joe Goethals stated in mid-2018 “I do very much want to honor the signatures on the initiative. People should leave here tonight understanding at a minimum that the initiative as it is written will be placed on the ballot in 2020” – is now possibly in jeopardy.
This last weekend of April residents can email the Council if they wish to underscore their desire to VOTE ON THE MEASURE at CityCouncil@
Goethals is further suggesting that a competing measure sponsored by real estate interests somehow carries the same standing. Let’s be clear – it does not. Suggesting that our measure requires further comment and vetting is bordering on ludicrous at this point, as it has been hashed out practically ad nauseum since 2018. The council’s only responsible action at this point is to put it on the ballot – period. Full Stop. No excuses, No if, ands or buts.
Read on for the full SMRG response: San Mateans for Responsive Government is astonished by Joe Goethals’ comments that this is not the time for the voters to decide about the important issues of height and density. As SMRG spokesman Michael Weinhauer said, “The Council has a legal duty to place this measure on the Nov 2020 ballot.” At what point are we to witness the city condoning voter suppression?
In early 2018, over 7000 San Mateo voters submitted signatures which the County verified and the City certified. The next step should have been the ballot. Yet at every turn, the Council, often with Joe the most vocal, found a reason to put this measure off & delay it until the November 2020 ballot. Now Joe has another reason this should not happen?
The grapevine says that the developer proponents of the new initiative want the CC to place their measure on the ballot, despite not doing what SMRG accomplished with untold hours of volunteer effort. This would be unjust, since the CC refused to put the citizens’ initiative on the 2018 ballot and delayed it until 2020. If their measure is to be voted on this November, let the developers do what’s legally required. Otherwise, we await their attempt for the Nov 2022 election.
HOW YOU CAN HELP FEED SAN MATEO FAMILIES DURING COVID-19: While we are rounding a bend in this pandemic, local families need help. Feeding Bay Area Families effected by COVID-19. San Mateo Police Activities League (PAL) & Esposto’s Meals are teaming up by providing “Pantry Kits” to those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. These kits include essential items, such as; meats, eggs, fruits & veggies, freshly baked bread, toilet paper, and more.
“We have delivered around 300 essential food boxes, but with the help of this campaign we can further reach out to the community and deliver many more. There are thousands of campaigns, but not many for feeding families in need. Go to our go fund me page to see the full campaign and please share!! “
WAYS TO PARTICIPATE IN CITY HALL MEETINGS DURING COVID-19: While the public may not attend Council meetings or other meetings at City Hall in person, there are a variety of ways to stay plugged in. Watch meetings LIVE:
- City Council meetings are broadcast live on Comcast/channel 27, Wave/channel 26, or AT&T/channel 99.
- For transmission problems during the broadcast, please call (650) 522-7099. For all other broadcast comments, call (650) 522-7040, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Submit agenda item comments online using Speak Up San Mateo eComment
- Find the agenda item(s) you’d like to comment on and complete the survey form. NOTE: Please review the time limits for public comment when writing out your comment.
- eComment will remain open for Council meetings until the Mayor closes the Public Comment period for that item.
- The City Clerk will read into the record all comments received through Speak Up San Mateo which will be made part of the permanent official record.
NEW COVID-19 HEALTH ORDER ENFORCEMENT BEGINS APRIL 22, 2020: San Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow has issued a new order requiring members of the public and workers at essential businesses to wear face coverings outside the home for certain activities and in places of business.
The order will take effect at 11:59 p.m. on April 17, 2020 but will not be enforced until 8:00 a.m. on April 22, 2020. It will remain in effect until it is amended or superseded by the health officer.
For more information, go to https://www.smcgov.org/press-release/health-officer-orders-face-coverings-public-workers?fbclid=IwAR3ne4M7Y1kWDIQ6VOHV2dVD61UjeoVP4de2cbQdwVMdwUiCcPOtO8khXic
Welcome to BHNA – Why being a member is critical to our quality of life…
[wpmem_show_count label=”Active Users: ” meta=active value=1]