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Paso Robles city manager to get a $200,000 salary


The Paso Robles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to hire Thomas Frutchey, 65, the current city manager of Pacific Grove in Monterey County. Frutchey will receive a base salary of $201,000. [Paso Robles Daily News] Frutchey will replace City Manager... (Continue reading)

Los Osos GM again blames bad audit on past staff

Kathy Kivley

Los Osos Community Services District General Manager Kathy Kivley is maintaining her stance that accounting errors detected in a recent audit of the CSD came as a result of mistakes made by former district staff. [Tribune] An audit of the... (Continue reading)

Embattled Santa Barbara chief announces retirement

Chief Sanchez

Shortly after a serious car accident on Highway 101 that led to allegations of abuse of his position, Santa Barbara Police Chief Cam Sanchez has announced he will retire. A city of Santa Barbara news release quoted Sanchez as citing... (Continue reading)

Los Osos GM overpaying herself, payroll shows

Kathy Kivley

By JOSH FRIEDMAN In less than two full years on the job, Los Osos Community Services District General Manager Kathy Kivley has overpaid herself by more than $4,000, the CSD payroll shows. A recent audit of the district found Kivley... (Continue reading)

Sanitation district votes to complete audit

John Wallace

The South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District Board vote 3-0 Wednesday to pay an additional $22,500 to complete an audit of district finances and managerial practices under former general manager John Wallace. The cost of the audit will increase... (Continue reading)

Secrecy surrounding pay and benefits mocks democracy

Peter Scheer

OPINION By PETER SCHEER Local officials talk a good game about government transparency and accountability. And while city council members and county supervisors often go through the motions of conducting official business in an open and public way, on the... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College employee nabs private data

crime scene

A Cuesta College employee is accused of downloading private data including employee names, addresses and Social Security numbers to their private email account. Cuesta College President Gil Stork notified Cuesta College employees through a Thursday email in which he said... (Continue reading)

SLO Council approves raise for Dietrick, bonus for Lichtig

City Manager Katie Lichtig

San Luis Obispo City Council voted 4-1 on Tuesday to give City Manager Katie Lichtig a cash bonus and City Attorney Christine Dietrick her fourth raise in four years. Dan Carpenter dissented. The council also granted Lichtig a car allowance... (Continue reading)

Raise for Dietrick, bonuses for Lichtig on tap at SLO Council

City Manager Katie Lichtig

City Attorney Christine Dietrick may receive her fourth raise in four years, and City Manager Katie Lichtig may walk away with a cash bonus and car allowance at the upcoming San Luis Obispo council meeting. On June 2, the council... (Continue reading)

Did Steve Gesell game the city to get his settlement?

Steve Gesell 4

By JOSH FRIEDMAN and KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo’s embattled outgoing police chief Steve Gesell had applied for a new job several months prior to City Manager Katie Lichtig placing him on administrative leave, a job he was first in... (Continue reading)

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