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San Luis Obispo County hires new public works director

The County of San Luis Obispo announced Tuesday it has hired Wade Horton as its new public works director. Horton will be directly responsible for overseeing the operations of the public works department, which has approximately 190 full-time employees. Currently,... (Continue reading)

Dow appoints Lee Cunningham assistant district attorney

Longtime prosecutor Lee Cunningham will be the new second in command at the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office, after receiving the appointment over the weekend. [Tribune] District Attorney-elect Dan Dow, who is scheduled to take over the office... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay approves new city manager contract

The Morro Bay City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to approve a contract for a controversial former Army Colonel hired as the new city manager. In total compensation, the city council voted to pay David Buckingham $199,000 for his first year.... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach to swear in new police chief

The Pismo Beach city clerk will swear in a longtime member of the police department as its new chief Tuesday evening. Commander Jake Miller, a 20-year veteran of the Pismo Beach force, is slated to take over as the next... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay hires new city manager amid employment dispute

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Morro Bay selected a new city manager the same day the applicant agreed to a settlement from a city that decided it did not want to hire him. The Morro Bay City Council unanimously selected retiring U.S.... (Continue reading)

Cash-strapped Paso school district selects new superintendent

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The financially troubled Paso Robles Joint Unified School District has selected a Fresno County administrator to serve as superintendent at a base salary of $170,000. Chris Williams, an assistant superintendent of human resources at Central Unified School... (Continue reading)

Brown nominates Stanford Law school professor to California Supreme Court

Gov. Jerry Brown nominated Stanford University law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar on Tuesday to fill a vacancy on the California Supreme Court. [Mercury News] Cuellar, known as “Tino,” is in line to replace Justice Marvin Baxter, who recently announced that he... (Continue reading)

Covello quitting the DA’s office

By JOSH FRIEDMAN and KAREN VELIE A little more than a month after losing his bid to become San Luis Obispo County’s top prosecutor, Tim Covello is stepping down from his position with the district attorney’s office. Covello, who is... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles Chamber names new president

The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted Thursday to hire Sunni Mullinax as its new president and CEO. Mullinax, 43, served as the director of retail and marketing at Adelaida Cellars for more than two years before... (Continue reading)

McCarthy elected majority leader

Central California Congressman Kevin McCarthy now holds the second ranking position in the U.S. House of Representatives. House Republicans elected McCarthy, 49, majority leader Thursday. McCarthy now only trails Speaker John Boehner in the House pecking order. “I am humbled... (Continue reading)



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