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Trustees could make Cal Poly for the rich and out of staters

Cal Poly could become a campus for the children of wealthier families under the terms of an agenda item for the California State University Trustees meeting on Tuesday. Trustees are to discuss cost-cutting measures that include... (Continue reading)

Official: PR citizen action dangerous

By DANIEL BLACKBURN The city of Paso Robles faces only one big fiscal threat these days, according to city council member Fred Strong — and that’s the people of Paso Robles. Strong summarized his philosophy... (Continue reading)

Poly House contractor battling with De Vaul

By KAREN VELIE Poly House’s plans to build an 8,000 square-foot residential sober living home on the Sunny Acres property this quarter have been abandoned because of arguments between Dan De Vaul and a contractor... (Continue reading)

Homeless plaintiff’s RV seized by SLO police

By KAREN VELIE One of the litigants in a lawsuit that claims the San Luis Obispo police department is discriminating against homeless people who sleep in their cars is now sleeping outdoors after police seized... (Continue reading)

Templeton resident appealing redistricting ruling

By KAREN VELIE A Templeton resident who lost a lawsuit last month which argued the recently redrawn political boundaries fail to follow government code is filing an appeal with the 2nd District Court of Appeals... (Continue reading)

Pressure prompted Solomon claim cancellation?

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Former Paso Robles Police Chief Lisa Solomon has withdrawn her claim for workers’ compensation, a claim which city officials had promised they would not contest, City Manager James App confirmed in a... (Continue reading)

Public pension reform gaining traction

By DANIEL BLACKBURN As a subject of general discussion, California’s skyrocketing public pension situation has come a long way in a very short time, one of the state’s leading authorities on the subject said Thursday.... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles administrator accused of conflict of interest

The Paso Robles city administrative services director purchased a Chevy he asked the city council to approve for sale for about half of its Kelley Blue Book value prompting allegations of a conflict of... (Continue reading)

Change Paso is getting to work

By DANIEL BLACKBURN There are many problems facing Paso Robles these days, and most of them have been caused by poor management in an environment where cronyism thrives, said the co-chairperson of a new group... (Continue reading)

Lawsuit filed on behalf of San Luis Obispo’s homeless

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo city officials are accused of discrimination, harassment and the criminalization of homeless people, in a lawsuit filed on Friday. At the behest of city officials, police wake up homeless... (Continue reading)



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