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John Wallace steps down from sanitation district

Amid allegations of mismanagement, South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District Administrator John Wallace announced his retirement at Wednesday’s board meeting. During a closed session to discuss his performance, Wallace said he would be resigning after 27 years with the... (Continue reading)

Sanitation district calls special meeting for Wallace review

Amid a $1.1 million fine levied against the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District due to mismanagement by the Wallace Group, the district board has set a special meeting for Monday to reevaluate its relationship with the district’s chief... (Continue reading)

Sanitation district superintendent resigns

Amid lawsuits, state fines and notices of violation the superintendent of the South San Luis Obispo Sanitation District has tendered his resignation. Sanitation plant superintendent Bob Barlogio’s last day is slated to be March 22. Barlogio stepped in as interim... (Continue reading)

Commission decision could lead to Morro Bay Cayucos split

The California Coastal Commission on Thursday voted to deny the rebuilding of a sewer plant for Morro Bay and Cayucos at the site of the current outdated plant which could lead to the two communities building separate plants. The unanimous... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay Council rejects proposed sewer plant

By KAREN VELIE UPDATE: Morro Bay City Attorney Rob Schulz said Morro Bay is not pulling its application, it is asking that the Coastal Commission deny the application. At a highly contentious special meeting, the Morro Bay City Council voted... (Continue reading)

South County administrator left district uninsured

By KAREN VELIE South County sanitation district administrator John Wallace’s failure to maintain errors and omissions insurance during a 2010 sewage spill could leave him financially responsible for a proposed $1.4 million fine. In late 2009, following reports of environmental... (Continue reading)

Oceano violates the Brown Act again

OPINION By JULIE TACKER At the Wednesday, March 14 Oceano Community Services District Board began their evening in what appears to have been a Brown Act violating St. Patrick’s Day dinner held in the board chambers for only staff and... (Continue reading)

Stop the Los Osos sewer

OPINION By GARY FREIBERG Electronic civil disobedience is being used to try to get the attention of decision makers for the financial plight of the almost 5,000 households in Los Osos/Baywood Park who face significant impact from the proposed $300... (Continue reading)

Opportunity to save Los Osos so much money

OPINION By JULIE TACKER It’s funny that Monday’s story about the California Public Records Act graced the pages of the Tribune just as I was writing my response to a December 1 Tribune  article, “Los Osos sewer project may get... (Continue reading)

Sanitation district found to have improved financial controls

The County auditor-controller said that the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District has implemented changes and now has sufficient controls in place to avoid a conflict of interest, according to an Oct. 21 report by Gere Sibbach, auditor-controller. In... (Continue reading)



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