Supervisor Don Horsley to Administer Oath of Office to Four Harbor Commissioners

South San Francisco, CA   December 29, 2016  Press Release SMC Harbor District Steve McGrath, General Manager

On January 9, 2017, at 10:30 a.m., at a special meeting of the Board of Commissioners for the San Mateo County Harbor District, Supervisor Don Horsley will administer the Oath of Office to four new and returning Commissioners. The ceremony will take place at Pillar Point Harbor, Princeton, outside the Harbor Master office.

This will mark the official end of Commissioner Pietro Parravano’s tenure and the beginning of Commissioner Ed Larenas’, who was elected to a two year term.

Commissioners Tom Mattusch and Virginia Chang Kiraly were elected to their first four year terms, after completing shorter terms created by vacancies on the Board.

Commissioner Sabrina Brennan was re-elected to her second four year term.

About the San Mateo County Harbor District:

The San Mateo County Harbor District was first established in 1933 and now operates both Pillar Point Harbor and Oyster Point Marina and Park. Pillar Point remains a major commercial and sport fishing harbor, with 369 berths and is host to many public events throughout the year.
The District began operating Oyster Point Marina/Park in 1977. It then completed construction of docks, a new breakwater, and onshore facilities during the 1980’s. Now with ferry service to other points on San Francisco Bay, Oyster Point Marina/Park provides a 455-berth marina and boat launch ramp, a fishing pier, a 33 acre park with hiking and jogging trails, picnic facilities and a 2.5 acre sandy beach.
The District is governed by a five member Board of Harbor Commissioners, who are elected County-wide for staggered four-year terms.

2 comments for “Supervisor Don Horsley to Administer Oath of Office to Four Harbor Commissioners

  1. Michael togner
    December 31, 2016 at 9:42 am

    Supervisor Don Horsley led the Coup of July 12, 2016. The appointment of Carlos G. Bolanos to Sheriff when the appoint process was never opened or started and the appointment was not on the agenda item 7.

    San Francisco had 61 applicants as soon as they opened the process.

  2. Michael Stogner
    December 31, 2016 at 9:52 am

    I had requested both Supervisors Carole Groom and Don Horsley to recuse themselves from agenda item 7.

    The obvious reason for Don Horsley is that his son is a Deputy with San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, The other is he used to be our Sheriff and he is to involved with their operation. He declined to recuse himself and proceeded to do something that wasn’t on the agenda.

    2:23;30 mark

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