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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)

Pismo Beach council sends sales tax to voters

The Pismo Beach City Council voted Tuesday to place a renewal of the city’s half-cent sales tax on the November ballot. [KEYT] Pismo Beach voters initially approved of the half-cent tax in 2008, and it is set to expire at... (Continue reading)

Voters to decide on Price Canyon development issues

Pismo Beach voters will get to decide between two development plans for Price Canyon after a proposed initiative received the required approvals to be placed on the Nov. 3 ballot. A group dubbed Save Price Canyon garnered the required signatures... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles getting a new mayor

Paso Robles Mayor Duane Picanco has opted not to seek reelection this November but rather to make a run for a city council seat. [KSBY] Picanco has served five terms as the mayor of Paso Robles. He has served a... (Continue reading)

Slo council signs off Measure Y renewal

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The San Luis Obispo City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to place a renewal of Measure Y, the city’s half-cent sales tax, on the November ballot. A simple majority vote on November 4 would extend the sales tax... (Continue reading)

Police dispute that Ray is a target

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Caren Ray contends a pellet or BB shot through her window was done purposely by someone standing in her small private front yard, an allegation police say the evidence does not support.... (Continue reading)



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