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San Mateo County, CA November 8, 2011 Election
Midcoast Community Council Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Jan 20 12:04pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (9/9)
28.7% Voter Turnout (95,664/333,407)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Dan Haggerty Click here for more information about this candidate 1,295 votes 30.2%

  • Occupation: Construction Worker
  • AS degree, Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology, CCSF, ABET accredited
  • Community volunteer: Coastal Cleanup Day, Community Blood Drive, Voter registration and programs that increase civic participation
  • Resident of El Granada for over 22 years
  • Conversant in Spanish
  • Protect and preserve our unique coastal communities for both residents and visitors while planning for a better, more sustainable tomorrow.
  • Work to build community consensus for all issues before the Council that are grounded in policy and provide the best long-term Midcoast interests.
  • Collaborate effectively with the Board of Supervisors and staff to ensure a smoother process for delivering local services and government.
Lisa Ketcham Click here for more information about this candidate 1,268 votes 29.5%
  • Occupation: Horticulturist
  • BS degree, College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences, UC Davis
  • Pillar Ridge Homeowners Association founding member 2000, current President
  • Leading role in non-profit acquisition of Pillar Ridge Manufactured Home Community
  • Obtained neighborhood grants for bi-lingual newsletter & activities program
  • Midcoast Parks & Recreation Committee - Coastal Trail team leader 2009
  • Community garden and weed abatement volunteer
  • The Local Coastal Program, without further compromise, should guide thoughtful development that preserves our irreplaceable coastal environment.
  • MCC needs effective communication and close engagement with Board of Supervisors to ensure Coastsiders have a voice in local government.
  • Trails - a usable and inviting trail network for transportation and recreation.
Laura J Stein Click here for more information about this candidate 677 votes 15.8%
  • Occupation: Running as a WRITE-IN CANDIDATE
  • Registered Nurse/Mother, El Granada resident 14 years
  • MidCoast Community Council - 4 year term
  • Granada Sanitary District - 4 year term - As Treasurer I saved rate payers and the district over $500,000
  • Awarded Certification in Special District Leadership and Management from Special District and Local Government Institute
  • Certified Legal Nurse Consultant
  • Business Advisory Board - Goodwill Industries, "distinguished service award" for educating the disabled on career goals
  • Increasing community participation in local governance by educating our residents on current issues through discussions, workshops and social media.
  • Maintaining the coastal protections afforded by the County Local Coastal Program (LCP) approved by voters to govern our delicate coastal environment.
  • Advocating for a transportation master plan to address current and future traffic concerns; provide for bicycle/pedestrian routes parallel to Route 1.
Leonard W. Stone, II Click here for more information about this candidate 571 votes 13.3%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
  • Charter Life Underwriter
  • Charter Property Casualty Underwriter
  • Life Underwriter training Council Fellow
  • USMC 1973-1977
  • To improve communication between the public and the council
  • To focus on issues which are relevant to community
  • To serve through the prism of benefits to our children
John Oehlert Click here for more information about this candidate 481 votes 11.2%
  • Occupation: Statistical Analyst
  • BA, Biology, University of Missouri
  • BS, Microbiology, Minor/Chemistry, San Jose State Univ
  • MS, Statistics, Stanford University
  • Researcher in clinical outcomes.
  • Research experience in biostatistics and health policy research.
  • Self-employed Statistical Consultant for 10 years.
  • The MCC should represent the Community's perspective, not that of any personal agenda.
  • More Community input and involvement leads to better government.
  • Increased Community input will help determine what is important to the residents we serve and to learn what they believe would be the right solution.

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Candidate Forums

  • Candidates' Forum
  • Wednesday, 12 October
  • 7:30 pm
  • Fireside Room, Seton Coastside Hospital, Moss Beach
  • Forum to air on Channel 27
  • Thursday, October 13th at 8 pm Friday, October 14th at 10 am
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