Featuring the people making local and widespread news in San Mateo County. Hosted by Marshall Wilson.
San Mateo County Today 39 - Gina PapanWe interview Mayor of Millbrae, Gina Papan, about the city, future plans, and the Cal Train BART transit center.
San Mateo County Today - 38 - Donna ColsonHost Marshall Wilson talks with Burlingame Councilwoman Donna Colson about her recent advocacy for campaign finance measures plus other local issues.
San Mateo County Today - 37Host Marshall Wilson heads out to Daly City for interviewing both Supervisor David Canepa, District 5, and Dr. David A. Young, PhD, MPH, Director, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services for San Mateo County.
San Mateo County Today - 36Updates from the City of Belmont's Vice Mayor, Doug Kim, and Mayor, Charles Stone. With Host Marshall Wilson.
San Mateo County Today - 35Host Marshall Wilson connects north and south parts of San Mateo County together by interviewing Vice Mayor of Daly City Juslyn Manalo, and then Mayor of Menlo Park Kirsten Keith, with each talking about transportation, housing, economics and more.
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San Mateo County Today - 34Two interviews in this episode: first, Vice Mayor from Foster City, Sam Hindi, speaks about the levee project and other priorities. Then, San Mateo Daily Journal Editor Jon Mays discusses facts vs. alternative facts.
San Mateo County Today - 33 - Lori LiuHost Marshall Wilson talks about the City of Stars with Mayor of Brisbane, Lori Liu.
San Mateo County Today - 32We talk with two city representatives side by side, neighbors to each other: Jay Benton, Hillsborough Councilmember; and Ricardo Ortiz, Burlingame Mayor.
San Mateo County Today - 31Host Marshall Wilson talks with two mayors in San Mateo County: first, with Mayor Bob Grassilli of San Carlos, then Mayor Pradeep Gupta of South San Francisco.
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Formerly called Peninsula Newsmakers, view those episodes as well online:
Peninsula Newsmakers - Clarisa SimonRecorded 09-06-13
Guest: Clarisa Simon, Director of Economic Self Sufficiency, Human Services
Starting October 1st, thousands of San Mateo County residents are going to be able to preenroll in health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act. What do you need to know? Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - John KeeneRecorded 09-06-13
Guest: John Keene, Chief Probation Officer, San Mateo County
California is under a federal court order to reduce prison overcrowding. The state's solution? Send thousands of low-level inmates to local county jails and probation departments, including here in San Mateo County. Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - Daniel UllyotRecorded 7-15-2013
Guest: Daniel Ullyot, Chair, Peninsula Health Care District
Did you know that by the year 2030, nearly 1 in 4 San Mateo County residents will be age 65 or older? What's being done to serve these people in terms of housing and healthcare? Let's find out. Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - Olga CroweRecorded 7-15-2013
Guest: Olga Crowe, Red Cross Manager of Disaster Services, San Mateo County
Two major events have put San Mateo County first responders to the test. First, an airplane crashlands at SFO and burst into flames a little while afterwards. Then, less than 24 hours later, a 6-alarm apartment fire leaves 100 people homeless. Two pretty big events here on the peninsula in a very brief period of time. With them all has been the American Red Cross. They've been out to each scene, serving meals, helping people out. What is the American Red Cross' mission, where do they get the resources to do this? Let's find out. Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - Don HorsleyRecorded 7-15-2013
Guest: Supervisor Don Horsley, 3rd District
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors is considering allocating more than $9 million over the next 2 years to beef up mental health services for youth and to provide other services. Where is the money coming from, and why spend it? Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - Steve BlantonRecorded 04-08-2013
Guest: Executive Officer Steve Blanton, San Mateo County Association of Realtors
Bungalows in Belmont listing for $1 million. Daly City prices up 30% in 2 years. Bidding wars, cash offers. Yeah, peninsula real estate is red hot. What's driving a sharp rise in prices, and do the prices reflect solid value or are we headed for another bubble? Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - Carole GroomRecorded 06-17-2013
Guest: Supervisor Carole Groom, District 2, San Mateo County
Did you know that more than four out of ten school children here in San Mateo County cannot read at grade level by the third grade? It's a pretty shocking number, given that we live in one of the most affluent counties in the United States of America. What's being done about this? Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - Lily ZhengRecorded 06-17-2013
Guest: Lily Zheng, Valedictorian, Carlmont High School, 2013
It's June, and thousands of seniors across San Mateo County are graduating from high school. What's next for them? What's on their minds as they move into the next stage of their lives? We thought we'd go out there and ask. Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
Peninsula Newsmakers - Mark LazarRecorded 06-10-2013
Guest: Mark Lazar, Court Appointed Special Advocates, San Mateo County
It's tragic, but children here in San Mateo County may come under the protection of the court through no fault of their own. It happens when parents are arrested, or neglect their kids. So, who watches out for those children? It's often a volunteer. Welcome to Peninsula Newsmakers.
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