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SLO Council selects Derek Johnson as next city manager

As requested by outgoing City Manager Katie Lichtig, the San Luis Obispo City Council has selected Lichtig’s second-in-command to be the city’s next top executive. On Wednesday, the council unanimously directed that contract negotiations begin with Johnson for the city... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande commander to be appointed police chief

Following the recent retirement of its top cop, the city of Arroyo Grande is planning on appointing its highest ranking law enforcement officer as the next police chief. Former Arroyo Grande police chief Steve Annibali formally retired on Aug. 8,... (Continue reading)

SLO County coroner’s findings questioned again

San Luis Obispo County’s embattled medical examiner has again come under scrutiny for a questionable cause of death ruling, this time pertaining to a young woman he says died of an LSD overdose. Over the last couple years, CalCoastNews reported... (Continue reading)

Katie Lichtig resigning as SLO city manager

Following more than 7.5 years at the helm of San Luis Obispo’s city government, Katie Lichtig is departing the Central Coast for an executive role in Santa Monica. The city of SLO announced in a press release that Lichtig has... (Continue reading)

South County sanitation district chief announces resignation

The administrator of the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District announced he will resign on Aug. 3. [Cal Coast Times] Gerhardt Hubner has come under fire in recent months as the district has launched several personnel investigations, which have... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande High School principal resigns

The principal of Arroyo Grande High School is resigning and taking a job as an elementary school teacher. [Tribune] Conan Bowers announced his resignation to Arroyo Grande High School staff last week. Bowers will shift to a classroom teacher position... (Continue reading)

SLO teacher resigns as community protests letter about gays

A San Luis Obispo teacher who penned a letter to the editor quoting a bible passage critical of homosexuality resigned Thursday as Central Coast residents voiced outrage over alleged shaming of the LGBT community. Also, the San Luis Coastal Unified... (Continue reading)

SLO County hires interim planning and building director

Following the departure of San Luis Obispo County planning and building director Jim Bergman to the city of Arroyo Grande, the board of supervisors approved a contract with a government services agency that is providing an interim director for the... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay hires new chief after dropping police outsourcing plan

Months after dropping a plan to disband its police department, the city of Morro Bay has selected a new police chief. Gregory Allen, currently the acting police chief of the Salinas Valley city of Greenfield, served more than 30 years... (Continue reading)

National Guard accused of forcing Camp Roberts whistleblower to retire

A retired Army major who lives in Paso Robles is accusing the California National Guard of forcing him to retire as retaliation for blowing the whistle about financial mismanagement and deteriorating conditions at Camp Roberts. [Sac Bee] Maj. Joseph Lovelace,... (Continue reading)



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