Almanac

Viewpoint - October 20, 2010

Endorsement: Sequoia Healthcare District

Of the seven candidates running for the three open seats on the Sequoia Healthcare District board, four are qualified to serve. We endorse incumbent Art Faro, former CEO of the hospital, which is now owned by Catholic Healthcare West; Ruth West-Gorrin, a social worker and Woodside resident; Dr. Jerry Shefren, a former board member; and Alpio Barbara, owner of Redwood General Tire in Redwood City.

Three other candidates, led by incumbent and Libertarian Jack Hickey, advocate doing away with the district, which would be a tragedy for the thousands of county residents who are served by nonprofits that receive funding from the district. Mr. Hickey's idea to shut down the district and return money to the taxpayers is bogus — by law the money will continue to be collected but distributed to the remaining special districts.

While years ago funds generated by the district tax were used to defray hospital costs, the income has long been diverted to nonprofit agencies around the county, like the Ravenswood Clinic in East Palo Alto and the Fair Oaks Medical Clinic. The $7 million a year generated by the hospital tax is being spent wisely now, and should continue. Vote for three of the following four candidates: Art Faro, Ruth West-Gorrin, Dr. Jerry Shefren or Alpio Barbara, for the health-care district board.

Comments

Posted by Ano Nymous, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Oct 21, 2010 at 8:55 am

Looks as though the fix is in. The Editor of this fine publication has decreed that only those eager to divert our tax dollars from their originally-approved uses are "qualified" to serve on this Board. He is either ignorant of, or just plain refuses to discuss, the legal rationale for this money/power grab.

Think about this every time you are asked to approve a new parcel tax for any purpose whatsoever. Apparently the legislature has some secret power, as yet undefined (at least to me), to divert the funds to any use it wishes, despite opinions to the contrary by various Grand Juries.

We approved that this considerable sum of money be taken out of our pockets each year, specifically to support an entity (Sequoia Hospital), that no longer exists as a district asset. [Portion removed; unsubstantiated attack.]

Thus, this Hospital District, in being magically morphed into some sort of (yet another) general charity program, has become just another government slush fund, for which California in particular has become so famous.


Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Oct 21, 2010 at 9:09 am

Almanac readers would do well to ignore these endorsements from the Almanac. The Sequoia Healthcare District is an anachronism and deserves to be dissolved and the taxpayers relieved of the burden of supporting it with their hard earned dollars.

I have already voted for Mr. Hickey, Frederick A. Graham and Michael G. Stogner - who have pledged to abolish the Healthcare District.





Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 21, 2010 at 2:48 pm

On behalf of the TEAM Hickey Graham Stogner, I thank Peter Carpenter for his endorsement.
Here are a couple of verifiable facts about the Almanacs choices:
1. Art Faro was the CEO of Sequoia Hospital who ran up a $29,000,000 deficit which led to the sale of Sequoia Hospital in 1996. See www.xshcd.com/Faro29M.htm and www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/stories/1997/04/14/focus6.html
2. Jerry Shefren was elected to the Board in November of 2002. He resigned in April 2003. Here is a relevant quote from Mr. Shefren in the minutes of the 30May2001 SHCD Board meeting Web Link
"Director Shefren suggested that priority also be given to finalizing the District's Strategic Plan. Once that is done, the Board can focus on a public awareness/education plan, meet with community residents at Town Hall meetings, etc. The District's Strategic Plan would then become the platform from which the three directors running for re-election could be judged." This is relevant in the context of the current Board majority's taxpayer funded, pre-election PR efforts.(See www.xshcd.com) These include a 17" x 22" full color double-sided glossy mailing to "The Community" within 2 weeks of the election, and a flurry of PowerPoint presentations by $145,000/yr CEO Lee Michelson with $4,200/mo PR consultant Don Shoecraft at the computer. When this Director requested an electronic copy of the presentation in early October, the request was denied as President Don Horsley and Ceo Michelson claimed (with advice from District counsel Mark Hudak) that the PowerPoint presentation was the property of the consultant! IMHO, these efforts are clearly aimed at influencing the election.

Add to that a $2,900 grant to the Brittan Acres PTA two months before a parcel tax election. Subsequently Brittan Acres PTA gave $999 to YES on Measure "S"!
The Sequoia Healthcare District is no longer needed or desirable.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 21, 2010 at 4:26 pm

The Almanac's Endorsement is Funny, Lets think about this for just a moment.

"Four are qualified to serve." They are saying Jack Hickey who has been elected twice and is a Director of the Sequoia Healthcare District at this moment is not qualified.

I can understand them saying I'm not qualified, I'm just a citizen who has personally requested Sheriff Greg Munks and Under-Sheriff Carlos Bolanos to resign. Google: Forget Schindler's List we're all about Stogner's list SJM news.

I have also on 2 occasions requested the Board of Supervisors call the Attorney Generals office to investigate the involvement in Operation Dollhouse 4/27/2007

I have requested one Commissioner Richard H. Dubois be removed from the bench for placing a child in harms way, 6 months after a 3 year old was murdered by her father the first day of visitation granted by him.

I have questioned why Hon. Judge Marta Diaz would continue to send boys to Dr. William Ayres after she was aware of the Child Molestation allegations. Google: Stogner Marta Diaz, John Roemer Mr. Roemer describes me as a Local Government Watchdog

Now on to Fred Graham......He is a Marine, thats al I need to say

Its fair to say I disagree with the Almanac's endorsement


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 22, 2010 at 7:11 am

Voters Being Denied Rights article.
This gives a historical background of this Special District.

Web Link


Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 22, 2010 at 8:03 am

The League of Women Voters website has candidate information.
See: www.SmartVoter.org
For Sequoia Healthcare District candidate info, see Web Link
For Fred Graham bio, see: Web Link


Posted by Don Shoecraft, Public Information, Sequoia Healthcare District, a resident of another community
on Oct 22, 2010 at 9:47 am

The facts:

Civil grand juries, most recently in 2009, have stated emphatically that Sequoia Healthcare District should regularly communicate with district residents by any and all available means.

To quote exactly the 2009 Grand Jury:
Grand Jury Recommendation 1: SHD Board of Directors and staff should implement the 2009-2013 Strategic Plan…

Grand Jury Recommendation 2: The SHD should more directly inform residents and voters of its role as a joint partner in oversight of the hospital and increase community awareness of the services supported by and available to residents of the District. The SHD should consider creating an annual informational mailer for its residents. The mailer should describe the SHD's services and guide residents to the SHD's website and grant applications.


From the 2009-2013 Strategic Plan adopted by the district, also at the urging of the Civil Grand Jury:

Goal 1: Develop and maintain regular reporting tools to provide District residents with a "report card" of the financial results and program performance of supported services.

Goal 4: Use news releases, the District's webpage, community meetings and other forums to increase District residents' awareness of what the District does.
• Implement annual report ("report card") as mentioned in Goal 1.

The district communications consultant produced two annual reports at the district's direction. These annual reports describe its programs, past year finances and past and proposed program activities and were mailed to district residents, the first in October of 2009 and the second in October of 2010. Neither carries content related to candidates or district elections in any way.

The district also has revised its website to carry detailed information about grant programs, the district budget and all board business material, including agendas and meeting minutes. The website is at www.sequoiahealthcaredistrict.com.

In January of 2010, the district chief executive officer began a speaking tour to present all information about the district to interested community groups and has made numerous such presentations. The community presentations have been ongoing for a year and will continue.

Don Shoecraft
Public Information
Sequoia Healthcare District


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 22, 2010 at 11:06 am

Don Shoecraft is paid $4,200 per month plus by Sequoia Healthcare District.

He also claims to own the Power Point presentation that was paid for by the District that Director Jack Hickey has asked for a copy of and was denied.

The botton line is the Sequoia Healthcare District should have stopped collecting taxes back in 1996 when it sold the Hospital. It should have stopped collecting taxes when the first 2 grand Juries told it to.

The Response from the Directors to the G.J. "WE DECLINE TO DO SO."

Lets Vote


Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 22, 2010 at 3:17 pm

What is notable about the PowerPoint presentation in it's original form is that it contained photos of majority Board Members serving food at St. Anthony de Padua Dining Room*. At the District Board meeting on October 6, I expressed my concern about the timing and content of the presentation, and ask President Horsley to suspend them and delay the 17" x 22" full color glossy District mailing until after the election. He refused to do so, but did say that the photo-ops of Directors serving food had been removed.

Notes:
*Prior to receiving a grant of $50,000 from the Sequoia Healthcare District, St. Anthony's did not accept public funds, but existed on voluntary contributions (including mine). However, their website Donation page continues to claim "Each one should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver" (2 Cor.9:7)


Posted by Don Shoecraft, Sequoia Healthcare District Public Information, a resident of another community
on Oct 22, 2010 at 4:05 pm

The PowerPoint presentation to which Jack Hickey refers contains photos of all district board members, including Jack Hickey. Jack Hickey is not in the photo of district directors serving the indigent at St. Anthony's Padua Dining Room because he did not attend the announced district event and did not serve the indigent at St. Anthony's Padua Dining Room.
Jack Hickey has been provided a printed copy of the PowerPoint presentation.
The electronic version was prepared by me for my use and remains my intellectual property, as validated by district counsel at Jack Hickey's request, at cost to the district.
The PowerPoint presentation was prepared at no cost to the district.


Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 22, 2010 at 5:05 pm

Very generous of Mr. Shoecraft to loan his PowerPoint presentation to the District free of charge.
On another PR subject, Don said "The district communications consultant produced two annual reports at the district's direction." Perhaps he might know how much the current one (17" x 22" full color double-sided glossy mailing) cost the District. As the District PR guy, he probably recommended the communications consultant. Who are they, Don? If you haven't seen this gem, you can view it at:
Web Link
Your tax dollars at work informing the public.


Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 22, 2010 at 5:32 pm

Sorry about the wrong link in my last post. Here is the correct link to 17" x 22" full color double-sided glossy mailing.
Web Link


Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 22, 2010 at 11:02 pm

In an earlier post, Shoecraft said, "The electronic version was prepared by me for my use and remains my intellectual property, as validated by district counsel at Jack Hickey's request, at cost to the district."
Don is echoing a popular refrain which board members have used in an attempt to discredit me, suggesting that my actions incurred legal costs to the District. In fact, I did not request District Counsel's opinion, Don Horsley did. (see e-mail #22 in the Web Link below) My request, which was elevated to a Public Records Act request necessitated by the stonewalling* of President Don Horsley and CEO Lee Michelson, was for the presentation in electronic format. (In fact I requested it by e-mail to minimize staff effort).
An exchange of thirty four e-mails can be found at:
Web Link
Another example of legal expenses (>$7,000) for which I was blamed were the result of efforts by Executive Director Frank Gibson and then President Jerry Shefren to stop my referendum petitioning aimed at stopping the relocation of Sequoia Hospital. See:
Web Link, and:
Web Link
The relocation plan was derailed, and Sequoia Hospital is being upgraded by CHW on its historic site at Whipple and The Alameda.


Posted by Louise, a resident of Atherton: other
on Oct 23, 2010 at 12:09 am

Mr. Jack Hickey As a current Sequoia Healthcare District Board member do you have any access to information on how these tax dollars are actually spent, or is this also "proprietary" information that only Mr. Horsley has clearance for?
I was curious about the salary amount the district is paying to ex Atherton Police Chief Glen Neilson for the position custom created for him last year when thing were heating up here in town over the Buckheit factual innocense trial, and he needed to get out of the Dodge and lay low for a while? I believe it was something like an elite cardiac mobil unit-not real sure for whom it is intended..


Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 23, 2010 at 7:30 am

If you look on the back page of the 17" x 22" mailing (see:
Web Link) you will see GLENN NIELSEN, Director, HeartSafe. PAMELA KURTMAN, Director Health Youth Initiative (previously *Pamela Kurtzman*, HeartSafe Program
Coordinator for Sequoia Healthcare District) See:
Web Link
From the minutes of the February 2, 2010 meeting, (See Web Link) "Mr. Michelson introduced Glenn Nielsen, hired as the Districtfs HeartSafe Program
Coordinator on a part]time basis. Mr. Nielsen will be assuming some of the responsibilities
previously handled by Ms. Kurtzman, whose role was recently expanded."
I have a PRA request in to CEO Lee Michelson for the salary information. Originally sent Monday, October 18, 2010 10:24 AM
Resent on Monday, October 18, 2010 10:24 AM(Receipt requested}

"Lee, pursuant to the Public Records Act I request a list of currently filled positions on the District payroll, along with compensation. Also, I request a list of active contractual obligations of the District."

I also made another request in the same manner:
"Lee, Pursuant to the Public Records Act, I request a list of defibrillator placements with an accounting of their funding, i.e. district or third party."

No response as of yet.


Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 23, 2010 at 7:36 am

Correction;
Resent on Monday, October 18, 2010 10:24 AM(Receipt requested} s/b
Resent on Thursday, October 22, 2010 12:33PM(Receipt requested}




Posted by John J. "Jack" Hickey, a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Oct 23, 2010 at 9:10 am

ORIGIN of HeartSafe Program
(originally intended as a turnkey operation, not an ongoing enterprise)

From April 5, 2006 Board Meeting
6.b. Approve Implementation Of Life Saving Program To Raise Awareness And Increase
Survival Rate For Victims Of Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Ms. Scott*** introduced members of the HeartSafe Launch Team and thanked them for their time and
effort assisting with this proposed new program. Ms. Liz Lazar, Public Access Defibrillation Program
consultant, narrated a power point presentation and discussed the importance of providing defibrillators
throughout the community. She demonstrated a portable AED unit.
Director MacNaughton stated that he's in favor of getting AEDs into the community and asked that the
Board be provided with a business plan for the program. Director Hickey moved to table approval of
the program until more information can be provided. Director MacNaughton seconded the motion,
which unanimously passed.
Special meeting, April 26, 2006 approved the Program. Hickey dissented. Web Link

EXCESS PR "Branding" expenditure.
On Feb. 11, 2010 the following checks were issued:
#4037 $3,267.70 to MTK Communications (Don Shoecraft extra)
#4039 $6,292.65 to Branders.com, Inc.
See invoices here: Web Link

The TEAM of Hickey, Graham & Stogner will "turn the key" on this operation to a more suitable entity.

*** Ms Scott's husband was listed as a high level employee of a defibrillator company in her Form 700.


Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Oct 23, 2010 at 9:55 am

I recommend voting for Mr. Hickey, Frederick A. Graham and Michael G. Stogner - who have pledged to abolish the Healthcare District.

Worse case - the District tax revenues are distributed to other elected bodies which have clear and distinct missions.

Best case - our property taxes are reduced and each of us can make our own individual decisions regarding our personal charitable contributions.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 24, 2010 at 11:55 am

Its interesting to look back and see who some of the players were involved in educating the public. Here you will see Current Supervisor Adrienne Tissier then a public relations expert.
They are discussing the 2001-02 Grand Jury reports.

Web Link

Mr. Gibson introduced Adrienne Tissier and Michael Pacelli of BayRelations and indicated they were available to assist the District in preparing a communication and public education plan. BayRelations, established in 1972, has extensive experience in public awareness and community outreach. Ms. Tissier acknowledged that it is important to promote the many beneficial actions taken by the District in financially assisting non- profit agencies as well as educating the public about the District

* Supervisor Adrienne Tissier is a member of Service League of San Mateo County, she does not disclose this fact on her County website.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 25, 2010 at 8:44 am

When you here L.A.F.C.O. Think Supervisors of San Mateo County the group that formed Sequoia Healthcare District in 1946

See how Supervisor Adrienne Tissier advanced.

LAFCo Commissioners * Term Ending
Naomi Patridge City Member, Chair May, 2013
Iris Gallagher Special District Member, Vice Chair May, 2012
David Altscher Special District Member May, 2014
Linda Craig Public Member May, 2014
Rich Gordon Board of Supervisors May, 2012
Sepi Richardson City Member May, 2014
Joe Sheridan Alternate Special District Member May, 2012
Adrienne Tissier Board of Supervisors May, 2012
Rose Jacobs Gibson Alternate for Supervisors May, 2012
Barbara Pierce Alternate for City Members May, 2011
Maureen Morton Alternate Public Member May, 2014



LAFCo Executive Officer
Martha Poyatos **Email: mpoyatos@co.sanmateo.ca.us Martha Poyatos, E.O., (650) 363-4224, (650) 363-4849*
*


San Mateo County Board of Superviors

Rich Gordon
Mark Church
Carole Groom
Rose Jacobs Gibson
Adrienne Tissier


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 26, 2010 at 7:18 am

Google MKT Communications Don Shoecraft.
It's not that easy to find him or contact him.

He is the District's $4,200 per month expert paid for by the 72,180 parcels=Taxpayers

It does not mention Monitoring or blogging

DON SHOECRAFT
Member since July 2009 
Don Shoecraft is founder and principal of MTK Communications, a Belmont, CA firm that has provided communications and consulting services to private, nonprofit and governmental agencies on the San Francisco Peninsula since 1988. His firm's services include writing, editing, design, printing, mailing, and marketing communications distribution; image and branding consulting; and media contact and public relations. Don is a former newspaper journalist and bureau chief with 18 years of experience in newspaper writing and 18 years as sole proprietor of MTK Communications. A former director of the Peninsula Press Club, Don has also served as a member of the Boards of Directors of the Brisbane, San Bruno and San Mateo Area chambers of commerce; Community Gatepath; the Child Care Coordinating Council; the San Mateo Police Activities League; and Leadership San Mateo / Foster City / Burlingame / Hillsborough. He is past president of the Rotary Club of San Mateo, and the author of four histories, including The History of San Francisco International Airport.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 26, 2010 at 8:53 am

Why does Don Horsley want to destroy Sequoia Healthcare records?

Board of Directors Meeting 4/7/10
RESOLUTION 10-1 SEQUOIA HEALTHCARE DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS
RESOLVED by the Board of Directors, Sequoia Healthcare District, County of San Mateo, State of California, that
WHEREAS, prior to 2010, the Community Grants Program was administered by Community Planning & Research, LLC; and,
WHEREAS, the grant administration function is now being performed by District
staff; and,
WHEREAS, Community Planning & Research has a large volume of grant proposals, funding requests, and other file documents that are not necessary for administering current grants. Such documents in the custody of a district consultant may be considered public records under certain circumstances; and,
WHEREAS, the District continues to maintain computerized accounting and other financial records relating to the grants and hard copies of other key documents; and,
WHEREAS, Government Code Section 60201 provides a procedure whereby the Board of Directors may authorize the destruction of designated records;
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED, FOUND, AND RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of Sequoia Healthcare District:
1. The file documents maintained by Community Planning & Research are not
necessary for the administration of ongoing community grants and the destruction of these
records will not adversely affect any interest of the District. 17829-00001\iManage\3179372.1
2. District staff shall develop and maintain a list of destroyed records by category in compliance with Section 60201(b)(1)(B). Thereafter, staff may notify Community Planning & Research that the records may be destroyed.
3. Staff shall continue to maintain its own files and records relating to the Community Grants Program in accordance with existing procedures.
As the duly elected Secretary of Sequoia Healthcare District, I hereby certify that the above accurately reflects the resolution which has been duly adopted and approved by the Board of Directors of Sequoia Healthcare District at its duly noticed and constituted meeting held on the 7th day of April, 2010, by the following vote:
Ayes: Nos: Absent: Abstain:
__________________________________ Arthur Faro, Secretary SEQUOIA HEALTHCARE DISTRICT


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Oct 27, 2010 at 6:45 am

Sequoia Healthcare District could reduce Taxes.

Web Link

Just as Hickey, Graham Stogner have been saying.


Posted by Louise, a resident of Atherton: other
on Oct 27, 2010 at 1:13 pm

Sure they "COULD" reduce taxes-but they won't in less they are forced to and you know that Almanac. They could also let some one take a look at their books instead of destroying documents, but watch them try to fight that too. [Portion removed]


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Nov 3, 2010 at 11:45 am

It was my pleasure to join Jack Hickey to offer my skills and services the voters.

JERRY SHEFREN 19,815 19.8%

JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY 18,932 18.9%

ARTHUR J. FARO 17,588 17.6%

RUTH WEST-GORRIN 17,205 17.2%

ALPIO BARBARA 12,040 12.0%

MICHAEL G. STOGNER 7,547 7.5%

FREDERICK A. GRAHAM 6,995 7.0%

Just 383 votes separate Ruth West-Gorrin from Arthur Faro. That would make a big impact on the District for the next 4 years.

Don't forget X Atherton Police Chief Glenn Neilson's role at Sequoia Healthcare District,
he has not been ruled out of the Jon Buckheit Police abuse case yet.


Posted by Louise, a resident of Atherton: other
on Nov 7, 2010 at 2:12 pm

Congratulations on your courage Mr. Hickey- in your efforts to bring forward the truth to the public. The links listed in your comments on this thread need to remain accessible and so I have brought them back to the fore nearer the more recent SHCD election results discussion. There is a direct connection between the SHCD problems and those of both Atherton specifically and the SM County in general so it is appropriate to keep the issues threads proximate on the Almanac forum for readers and hopefully editors, to absorb how the political machinery actually functions.


Posted by Michael G. Stogner, a resident of another community
on Nov 7, 2010 at 3:15 pm

Louise,

"editors, to absorb how the political machinery actually functions."

I believe the editors clearly understand how the political machinery functions.

"Of the seven candidates running for the three open seats on the Sequoia Healthcare District board, four are qualified to serve."

"Mr. Hickey's idea to shut down the district and return money to the taxpayers is bogus "

— by law the money will continue to be collected but distributed to the remaining special districts."

First off, It was not Mr. Hickey's idea to shut down and return money to the taxpayer's,
it was the GRAND JURY.

Second: "by law the money will continue to be collected but distributed to the remaining special districts." This is simply a deliberate false statement by the Almanac.

Recommendation 2.20
The Sequoia Healthcare District should reduce property taxes for district taxpayers unless in a future election district voters approve expenditures for purposes not approved by district voters in the 1946 measure establishing the district or in 1996 Measure H. This reduction would equal the amount expended by the district for purposes not approved by the voters in the 1946 measure or in 1996 Measure H and effectively limit district expenditures to those purposes approved by district voters. By this reduction in property tax receipts to be requested under the Revenue and Taxation Code 96.8, property taxes would be lowered for all district taxpayers.


Web Link?
page=00sequoia.html

When you see the word Board/District think 5 People.
Here is the response to the GJ report above.

"The Board does not believe that it would be in the best interests of the District to implement the Grand Jury's recommendations at this time and so DECLINES to do so."

I think the Almanac owes the Taxpayers and voters of San Mateo County an explanation.

Hickey, Graham and Stogner were only going to do what 2 Grand Jury's recommended.



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