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Supervisor candidates tussle in Nipomo

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Caren Ray is warning voters about big money donors, Lynn Compton is making no bones about being Republican and Mike Byrd is facing a charge of unethical behavior for offering an opinion during a debate. Those revelations... (Continue reading)

Battle for SLO supervisor seat prompts illegal signs

By JOSH FRIEDMAN A sitting San Luis Obispo County supervisor seeking to keep her seat has dozens of campaign signs placed on county and state property in violation of the law. Typically, candidates get permission from supporters to place signs... (Continue reading)

SLO County supervisors violate campaign disclosure laws

By KAREN VELIE Two members of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors violated the Political Reform Act this year, according to the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC). Developer Gary Grossman donated $1,000 to Adam Hill  the same week... (Continue reading)

Push poll sullies supervisor race

By KAREN VELIE A mysterious group has been placing highly misleading phone calls to south San Luis Obispo County voters, trying to dissuade them from voting for Mike Byrd or Lynn Compton in the June supervisorial election. San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

Compton leads in San Luis Obispo County supervisorial fundraising

By KAREN VELIE After sporting the largest number of contributors during the latest reporting period, San Luis Obispo County supervisorial candidate Lynn Compton has jumped further ahead of her South County rivals Caren Ray and Mike Byrd, according to their... (Continue reading)

Supervisors eye water basin control

In a professed attempt to better manage water resources in the North County, supervisors Tuesday voted 4-1 to approve a resolution increasing its authority over use of the Paso Robles aquifer. Supervisor Debbie Arnold cast the lone vote against the... (Continue reading)

Supervisors declare drought emergency in SLO County

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors declared a county drought emergency Tuesday. San Luis Obipso became the 17th county in the state to declare a drought emergency. The declaration allows the county to easier shift its use of... (Continue reading)

Cambria Community Services District director officially files to run For Supervisor

Muril Clift, a director with the Cambria Community Services District, formally filed his paperwork Tuesday to run for supervisor in San Luis Obispo County’s District 2. He is challenging incumbent supervisor Bruce Gibson. “With my extensive record of public service... (Continue reading)

Supervisors vote for Paso Robles water district

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday in favor of creating a water district for the Paso Robles groundwater basin. Supervisors Frank Mecham, Adam Hill and Bruce Gibson voted to support legislation to create the district while... (Continue reading)

Nuanced definitions muddy water debate

By DANIEL BLACKBURN and KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County supervisors are preparing the framework for facilitating a North County-based water district even while advocates scramble to describe what such a district would, or could, do. A widening rift over... (Continue reading)



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