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Measure G is not an extension of Measure Y

OPINION By SLO COUNCILMAN DAN CARPENTER On July 15, my colleagues on the San Luis Obispo City Council voted without my support to put Measure G – the half cent additional sales tax – on the November ballot. During the... (Continue reading)

Battle takes shape over SLO sales tax renewal

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The San Luis Obispo city sales tax initiative has a new name, and campaigns have kicked off both for and against the measure. Previously known as Measure Y, San Luis Obispo’s half-cent sales tax has taken on... (Continue reading)

Kashkari goes homeless in bid for governor’s mansion

The former U.S. Treasury official who administered the federal government’s bank bailout program recently spent a week living as a homeless man in Fresno. [LA Times] Multimillionaire Laguna Beach resident Neel Kashkari is the Republican candidate for the California governorship.... (Continue reading)

Cuesta places $275 million bond on ballot

The Cuesta College Board of Trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to place a $275 million bond measure on the November ballot. If 55 percent of voters approve of the initiative, San Luis Obispo County property owners will receive annual assessments of... (Continue reading)

Lonnie Curtis talks Oceano politics

Recently fired general manager and current candidate for the Oceano Community Services Board of Directors, Lonnie Curtis, spoke with CalCoastNews Tuesday about his candidacy and the state of Oceano politics. Curtis did not hide his distaste for the current board... (Continue reading)

Recently fired manager running for Oceano board

Update: Curtis responded Tuesday morning to a CalCoastNews email asking for an explanation of his decision. The story previously said that Curtis did not respond. Four months after losing his job as the general manager of the Oceano Community Services... (Continue reading)

Know the facts before you vote

OPINION By CASANDRA APPLETON As election season nears, and more people are announcing their candidacy, I’m deeply concerned that several of the candidates who are running for various political offices may have “questionable” ethics. I say this because a simple... (Continue reading)

John Shoals running for Grover Beach mayor

Former mayor of Grover Beach John Shoals announced Monday that he is running to reclaim the city’s mayoral seat. Shoals served on the Grover Beach City Council from 2008 to 2012, including four stints as mayor. He was termed out... (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)

Grover Beach mayor running for reelection

Grover Beach Mayor Debbie Peterson has announced that she is running for reelection. Peterson, a real estate broker, served four years as a Grover Beach councilwoman prior to running for mayor. She won the mayoral seat in 2012 with 75... (Continue reading)



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