Uncovered SLO

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Parkinson takes on the Incredible Hulk (seriously)

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s candidate Ian Parkinson may avoid debates on KVEC, or interviews with our intrepid reporter Karen Velie, but no one declines an interview with the Incredible Hulk. Just when you thought that Parkinson couldn’t become any... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay and Cayucos waste water plant bidding process under fire

By KAREN VELIE While city officials in Morro Bay battle over which of two contractors should design a multimillion dollar wastewater treatment upgrade, one of the contractors has decided to withdraw their proposal and the other is under fire for... (Continue reading)

Parkinson responds

Ian Parkinson, the front runner in the November election for county Sheriff, defended his actions Thursday as an expert witness in a 2000 civil trial. [KSBY] Parkinson has come under criticism after CalCoastNews reported that the San Luis Obispo police... (Continue reading)

Ian Parkinson: Witness for hire

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff candidate Ian Parkinson’s testimony as an expert witness in a 2000 civil case helped his sister-in-law Rita Tavernetti collect a $1.4 million dollar settlement, causing some to question Parkinson's ethics. By his own account, Parkinson, currently... (Continue reading)

Copelands fined by FPPC

After four years of anonymity, Thomas and James Copeland have been identified as the principals of the LLC that committed 16 campaign violations in their fight against Ernie Dalidio’s proposed San Luis Obispo County development. California campaign rules require the transparency... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach Chamber clams up over missing funds

The former chief executive officer for the Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce is under investigation for allegedly embezzling thousands of dollars from the chamber. Rebecca McMurry left the chamber in May, shortly after the annual Taste of Pismo. There are allegations... (Continue reading)

FPPC to expose Dalidio’s opponents

The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) plans to publish the names of the controversial San Luis Obispo LLC members who allegedly committed 16 campaign violations in their fight against Ernie Dalidio’s proposed development on the FPPC website. FPPC counsel Sukhi... (Continue reading)

FPPC to level fines against Dalidio’s foes

The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) has determined that the LLC that funded the No on Measure J campaign violated rules in their fight to stop Ernie Dalidio’s proposed San Luis Obispo retail development. On Oct. 14, at a... (Continue reading)

DA investigating Oceano CSD

The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s office is investigating the auditing and accounting practices of the Oceano Community Service District. “It has come to my attention that the District Attorney is concerned with some auditing and accounting practices here,” said... (Continue reading)

Seclusion and restraint practice poses risks, prompts questions

A week after Cliff Detty’s death at Santa Barbara County’s Psychiatric Health Facility, a short obituary popped up online. Without going into detail, the article described a 46-year-old man who had died at a Santa Barbara hospital the night of... (Continue reading)



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