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It is too late for Supervisor Adam Hill

T. Keith Gurnee

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE The Tribune’s coverage of San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill’s recent obscene outburst against a constituent, and Hill’s reaction that he will be getting help for depression, were both welcome news. For the Tribune—Hill’s... (Continue reading)

Best-selling SLO author accused of sexual harassment

Jay Asher Amid a wave of swirling sexual harassment controversies gaining attention as part of the Me Too movement, best-selling author Jay Asher, a resident of San Luis Obispo, was ousted from a prominent writers’ organization. [Cal Coast Times] Asher,... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College in deficit spending, union pushing raises

While the Cuesta College Board of Trustees is looking at strategies to offset a $551,000 budget deficit, the faculty union is pushing for higher pay. [Cal Coast Times] Lower enrollment coupled with increased unfunded pension liabilities have led to the... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay police chief tussles with YouTuber

During a dispute on Tuesday between Morro Bay police and a YouTuber who films officers, Police Chief Greg Allen and another officer physically took the cameraman to the ground after he refused to provide identification, video shows. Footage of the... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly Democrats join in on allegations of racism

After student activists and local media teed off on a conservative political commentator invited to participate in a panel discussion on fake news, Cal Poly’s College Democrats announced they are pulling out of the event. A couple of the panelists... (Continue reading)

Holland family donates $50,000 to opponents of Parkinson and Dow

The family of the Atascadero man who died in San Luis Obispo County Jail after being strapped in a restraint chair for more than 46 hours has contributed $25,000 to the challenger in the county sheriff race and another $25,000... (Continue reading)

Fraudulent Facebook and Twitter scheme lands Montecito man in jail

FBI agents arrested a Montecito resident on Wednesday for allegedly running several fraudulent investment schemes, one related to Facebook and Twitter stock. [Cal Coast Times] Efstratios “Elias” Argyropoulos, 71, operated two Santa Barbara investment services firms – Prima Capital and... (Continue reading)

Oil drilling referendum rejected by SLO County

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday not to support a Surfrider Foundation’s resolution against offshore oil because it appeared redundant, unverified and without teeth. On Monday at about 4:30 p.m., a member of the Surfrider Foundation,... (Continue reading)

Large mixed-use development proposed for SLO

With two major housing developments currently in the works in San Luis Obispo, plans for a new high-density residential development with compact living quarters are expected to go before the city’s Architectural Review Commission next week. Initial plans call for... (Continue reading)

SLO County supervisors seek to sweeten Adam Hill

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisor voted 4-0 Tuesday to bring back options for curtailing Supervisor Adam Hill’s threats and abuses against constituents. Hill was absent from the meeting. Specifically, the board is looking to develop a code... (Continue reading)



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