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SF Bay Guardian shutters after 48 years

One of the West’s first and most widely-known alternative newspapers, the San Francisco Bay Guardian, closed its doors Tuesday. Editor Steven T. Jones, a former star reporter for San Luis Obispo’s New Times, said the announcement took his entire staff... (Continue reading)

District Attorney Shea stepping down early

San Luis Obispo County District Attorney Gerald Shea announced Wednesday he will retire on Nov. 6. He has recommended the board of supervisors appoint District Attorney Elect Dan Dow to serve out his remaining two months. “Over the past three... (Continue reading)

San Miguel board fires district manager

By KAREN VELIE Three San Miguel Community Services District Board members voted Thursday to fire their district manager. The legality of which is questionable as the meeting was not on the agenda. On Aug. 28 at 6 p.m., four board... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo County general services director departs suddenly

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County Administrator Dan Buckshi recently informed Janette Pell, director of the general services agency, that she no longer held her position, according to county sources. On Aug. 11, Buckshi announced in an email sent... (Continue reading)

State Bar temporarily disbars Paso Robles attorney

By KAREN VELIE Following multiple complaints of professional misconduct, the State Bar of California ordered Paso Robles attorney Dale Gustin’s license to practice law inactive on June 30. Gustin’s latest issue stems from allegations he was threatening criminal prosecution against... (Continue reading)

California mayor resigns amid dog poop tossing scandal

The upscale Southern California city of San Marino is in need of a new mayor now that its previous top official resigned in a dog poop tossing scandal. [NBC LA] Dennis Kneier resigned Tuesday, 10 days after surveillance footage caught... (Continue reading)

Former SLO police officer’s termination upheld

The firing of a former San Luis Obispo police officer after he pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of bringing misbranded Mexican prescription drugs into the United States was upheld in court on Thursday. In his suit, former patrol officer Dan... (Continue reading)

Oceano general manager fired with cause

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Editor’s Note: A video of Lonnie Curtis reacting to his termination is at the bottom of this article. Curtis tells CalCoastNews to record his remarks, then says it does not have the authorization to film him. The... (Continue reading)

Another CFO leaves Heritage Oaks Bank

The chief financial officer for Heritage Oaks Bancorp (HEOP) announced he is resigning after only one year at the company, according to a press release. Mark Olson will leave the company on Jan. 31. Chief Executive Simone Lagomarsino will step... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council approves severance package for Lueker

The Morro Bay City Council approved a severance package Thursday for outgoing City Manager Andrea Lueker. Lueker will receive a $153,322 payout and will resign from her position on Jan. 3, 2014. The agreement bars both Lueker and the city... (Continue reading)



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