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SLO County supervisors give themselves raises

The San Luis Obispo County supervisors granted themselves a 5 percent pay raise on Tuesday, increasing their annual salaries by about $4,000 annually. The board of supervisors approved the raises on a 4-1 vote with Supervisor Debbie Arnold dissenting. Arnold... (Continue reading)

Coastal Commission to decide if Cayucos home is built

The California Coastal Commission will determine the fate of a proposed beachfront Cayucos house that may or may not be located on a coastal bluff. [Tribune] In 1965, builders created a narrow sloping lot at the end of Studio Drive... (Continue reading)

County supervisors in line for holiday pay raise

One week after granting themselves $1,000 each from county coffers, San Luis Obispo County supervisors will consider approving a 5 percent boost to their own paychecks. At last week’s board of supervisors meeting, the board voted unanimously to award a... (Continue reading)

Supervisors approve $2.4 million handout to county workers

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a proposal to give county workers $1,000 each in what is described as a move to offset rising health care costs. Each full-time county worker, including all five supervisors,... (Continue reading)

Taxpayers to fund $2.4 million giveaway to county employees

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County Supervisors are slated to vote Tuesday on a $2.4 million payment to employees described as an offset to rising health care costs. The proposal comes a week after the board voted to raise... (Continue reading)

Mental health hospital could come to Templeton

A nearly 100-bed mental health hospital may be built Templeton if the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voices approval. [Tribune] Louisiana-based Vizion Health LLC is proposing to build a 96-bed mental health hospital, along with a smaller assisted... (Continue reading)

Quiet title action supports constitutional rights

OPINION By ALLEN DUCKWORTH The opinion expressed by Robert Brown in his Nov. 3, article entitled “Basin Adjudication Does Not Solve Our Groundwater Problems” seems to express a bit of desperation. Mr. Brown is correct that both Laurie Gage’s articles... (Continue reading)

Lynn Compton wins supervisor seat

Lynn Compton defeated incumbent San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Caren Ray on Tuesday night garnering conservatives’ control of the board. With all precincts reporting, Compton received 53.5 percent of the vote leaving Ray with 46.3 percent. A group of approximately... (Continue reading)

County staff says scrap Pirate’s Cove plans

San Luis Obispo County planning staff is recommending that the board of supervisors ditch a proposed $1.5 million upgrade to San Luis Obispo County’s lone nude beach. County staff had previously planned to use grant funding to pave a dirt... (Continue reading)

Savor the Central Coasts applies for a license

A request for a license for the Sunset Savor the Central Coast festival will be discussed at Tuesday’s San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors meeting. The event, currently in its fifth year, has been growing in numbers and for... (Continue reading)



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