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Steve Gesell’s $120,000 severance

San Luis Obispo City officials agreed Thursday to pay police Chief Steve Gesell a $120,000 severance to end his employment with the city as of May 29. City manager Katie Lichtig placed Gesell on paid administrative leave on May 8... (Continue reading)

Mike Seitz resigns from sanitation district

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District legal counsel Mike Seitz announced his resignation Wednesday shortly after an outside investigator began an audit of the sanitation district’s management practices. In his letter of resignation, Seitz said he is... (Continue reading)

SLO Symphony conductor fired, violists threaten exodus

The San Luis Obispo Symphony board of directors has fired its longtime music conductor and director, Michael Nowak, prompting the entire violist section to threaten leaving the orchestra. Last week, the board announced in a press release that Nowak was... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay Recreation and Parks Director ousted

After more than 26 years with the City of Morro Bay, Recreation and Parks Director Joe Woods was dismissed from his position on Friday. Woods was an at-will employee. Under the terms of his contract, the city will pay him... (Continue reading)

New Times’ staff riddled by departures

By DANIEL BLACKBURN New Times, San Luis Obispo’s weekly newspaper, is looking for a few good men… or women, an editor or two, and a reporter. Ryan Miller, the paper’s executive editor whose primary responsibility was running sister paper Santa... (Continue reading)

Tribune printing press moving to Fresno

Central Valley residents can soon get copies of the San Luis Obispo Tribune hot off the press. The Tribune announced Tuesday that, starting in early June, its newspaper will be printed in Fresno. The Tribune’s parent corporation, McClatchy Company, is... (Continue reading)

DA investigator leaves position under allegations of perjury

A San Luis Obispo County District Attorney investigator who allegedly lied in an affidavit to a judge while on loan to the Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force is no longer in the employ of the county prosecutor. “Effective Feb. 14, A.J.... (Continue reading)

Tribune publisher Ray seeks new pastures

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Tribune president and publisher Bruce G. Ray has resigned effective Feb. 27, Executive Editor Sandy Duerr announced Saturday in a front-page story. The resignation comes as stocks in the Tribune’s parent corporation, the McClatchy Company, have plummeted... (Continue reading)

Two Pismo Beach police officers axed

By KAREN VELIE Three Pismo Beach police officers were reprimanded and two were let go late last year because of issues in their romantic relationships that allegedly impacted their ability to serve as peace officers. Two of the officers had... (Continue reading)

Barbara Boxer won’t run for reelection

Just as the 2014 election season comes to close, U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer announced she won’t seek reelection in 2016. After serving 22 years in the Senate, Boxer announced she would not run for a fifth six-year term. Boxer’s retirement... (Continue reading)



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