Posts Tagged ‘Arroyo Grande City Council’


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Public input unwelcome in Arroyo Grande

COMMENTARY by DANIEL BLACKBURN Up until today, I’d never met a newspaper that didn’t love a good, old fashioned investigation by some official agency. Now that the Arroyo Grande City Council plans to meet publicly to discuss once more a... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande council eyes reopening Adams inquiry

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Stung by accusations of a cover-up, the Arroyo Grande City Council Tuesday decided to probe further into a late-night rendezvous between two officials who were discovered in a darkened City Hall last month. Prodded by council member... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande’s timeline reveals inconsistencies

By JULIE TACKER Arroyo Grande needs an independent investigation into what began at the “soft opening”, as characterized by KSBY news, of Robert’s Restaurant in the Village of Arroyo Grande on July 3. City Manager, Steve Adams and Community Development... (Continue reading)

The cover-up of the alleged Arroyo Grande indiscretion

OPINION By OTIS PAGE Open letter to the Arroyo Grande City Council: It is my reluctant judgment offered here — considering the tragedy of this matter — that the real problem is not the conduct of two individuals, once considered... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande commissioner accused of conflict of interest

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The lead architect of a proposed housing development in Arroyo Grande is a member of the city’s planning commission, a scenario, critics allege, that creates an ethical conflict of interest. Randy Russom, an architect with RRM Design,... (Continue reading)

New candidate running for Arroyo Grande council

Longtime Arroyo Grande resident Barbara Harmon announced this week that she is running for a city council seat. Harmon has lived in Arroyo Grande for nearly 30 years and has served on the city’s architectural review committee since December 2013.... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande could become charter city

The Arroyo Grande City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to place an initiative on the November ballot that will allow voters to make Arroyo Grande a charter city. [Tribune] Becoming a charter city allow Arroyo Grande officials to draft their own... (Continue reading)

Keep Arroyo Grande farmer’s market for local producers

OPINION By APRIL MCLAUGHLIN The Arroyo Grande City Council is about to decide on what (if any) conditions they will impose on the Village farmers’ market this coming Tuesday at their regular city council meeting. The back story is this:... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande council appoints Barneich

The Arroyo Grande City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening  to appoint Kristen Barneich as its fifth member. The life-long Arroyo Grande resident fills the spot left by Caren Ray, who resigned in October to serve on the San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande Council recognizes officer harassment injuries

The Arroyo Grande City Council agreed on July 9 to recognize that police officer Michelle Cota suffered psychological injuries while on the job. [NewTimes] As a result of the council vote, Cota will be able to retire and collect bi-weekly... (Continue reading)



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