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Sanitation district showdown set for Wednesday

A proposed investigation into accusations that the administrator of the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District (SSLOCSD) has been using his position to funnel monies to his private engineering company is on the district’s Wednesday board meeting agenda. Allegations of... (Continue reading)

Disabled man files lawsuit against San Luis Obispo police officer

The lawyer for a developmentally disabled Atascadero man, who said he was physically assaulted in March 2010 by an off-duty San Luis Obispo police officer, filed a lawsuit against the city and the officer seeking damages last week. Scott Summers, 50,... (Continue reading)

Heritage Oaks Bank makes out while investors lose

After battling for a cut of developer Kelly Gearhart’s Vista del Hombre property, Heritage Oaks Bank in San Luis Obispo walked away with most of the controversial developer’s land in Paso Robles. At the same time, a federal bankruptcy court in... (Continue reading)

Stewart Title settles with Gearhart investors

Stewart Title settled with investors of former North County developer Kelly Gearhart for approximately 27 percent of their investments in seven lots off Highway 41 near U.S. Highway 101 in Atascadero. Stewart Title paid investors in the five residential lots and... (Continue reading)

Price Canyon Project approved by Pismo Beach

Pismo Beach City Council voted unanimously to move ahead on the first stage of annexing land designated for a proposed Price Canyon development at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. City officials voted 5-0 to approve a memorandum of agreement that also... (Continue reading)

Federal action against Santa Lucia Bank

Santa Lucia Bank received an enforcement action by federal regulators telling its board of directors to improve oversight of the bank’s management staff and operations, according to a written agreement signed late last year. Bank officials agreed to correct all violations... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo leads the nation in prostate removal

San Luis Obispo doctors are pushing radical prostatectomys at a rate nearly three times the national average, according to a recently released health report. Researchers from the Dartmouth Atlas Project and the Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making found that male... (Continue reading)

Sheriff’s deputies dump homeless man in Gorda?

Store clerks watched as San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's deputies rolled into the remote Highway 1 community of Gorda, located on the southern border of Monterey County, to drop off a homeless man in front of the Gorda Store last... (Continue reading)

Sanitation district under fire for treatment of Hispanic workers

By LISA RIZZO The South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District is under state scrutiny once again; this time for its alleged treatment of Hispanic and temporary workers. A complaint was filed with the California Division of Occupational Safety and... (Continue reading)

Employee files fraud lawsuit against Wallace

A former employee of the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District filed a lawsuit that accuses plant administrators, including the head of the sanitation district, of risking public safety and fraud. The civil lawsuit, filed in San Luis Obispo Superior... (Continue reading)



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