Articles Tagged With ‘Arroyo Grande City Council’




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Why AG residents should vote for Mack and Akins

LeAnn Akins

OPINION by LEANN AKINS There have been several short opinion pieces in the Tribune supporting our opponents for Arroyo Grande City Council. I am writing to share with you why you should support John Mack and I. We have the... (Continue reading)

Less water for AG residents, more for developers

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By KAREN VELIE The Arroyo Grande City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to enact further water restrictions on existing residents while delaying a building moratorium. The delay will allow a developer to avoid the moratorium and move ahead with the construction... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande City Council rejects building moratorium

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Arroyo Grande City Council voted 3-2 last week to reject a proposed building and annexation moratorium while the city is under drought water restrictions. Mayor Jim Hill and Councilman Tim Brown supported the moratorium saying that the water its citizens... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande to rehire interim city manager at lower cost

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Arroyo Grande is again planning on rehiring Robert McFall to serve as interim city manager, and by chance, the city is expected to save some money. Earlier this month, the council approved an employment agreement with McFall, but complications stemming... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande’s rehire of interim city manager in question

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Arroyo Grande City Council’s plans to hire Robert McFall to serve as interim city manager were dismantled shortly after the council voted last week to approve his contract. It is currently unclear whether McFall will go back to work for... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande deserves a responsive and engaged council

LeAnn Akins

OPINION by LEANN AKINS My name is LeAnn Akins and I am running for a seat on the Arroyo Grande City Council. Over the last two years I have closely watched and participated in the local political landscape. I have... (Continue reading)

Battle lines over allegiances drawn in AG Council race

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By KAREN VELIE Following a political shakeup in 2014, seven candidates have entered the race for three seats on the Arroyo Grande City Council. Amid allegations of graft and corruption by former mayor Tony Ferrara and other city officials, in... (Continue reading)

Ken Sage announces run for an Arroyo Grande Council seat

Ken Sage

Ken Sage, a 16-year resident of Arroyo Grande, announced his candidacy for the Arroyo Grande City Council on Sunday. In his announcement, Sage said his top priorities include economic development; water planning; transportation; and enhanced communications between community members, the... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande council puts state water initiative on the ballot

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Arroyo Grande voters will decide in November whether the city can acquire water from the California State Water Project. City officials say, in light of the drought, Arroyo Grande needs another water source. [Tribune] In 1990, Arroyo Grande voters approved... (Continue reading)

Caren Ray to launch political comeback

Caren Ray

Former San Luis Obispo County supervisor Caren Ray is attempting to launch a political comeback. Ray announced Wednesday that she is vying to reclaim a seat on the Arroyo Grande City Council. Ray, a Santa Maria High School teacher, served... (Continue reading)



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