Opinion


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Tom Fulks promotes division and anxiety

OPINION by ANDREA DEVITT As an educator in California public schools for over 26 years, I have seen this presidential election evoke more distress and anxiety in students like no other. As community leaders, educators and elected officials it is... (Continue reading)

Dawn Ortiz-Legg’s fluffed up resume

OPINION By SHARON TRUEX Dawn Ortiz-Legg, like most candidates, is great at “fluffing” her resume. Throughout her entire campaign, she has touted her qualifications as a “small business owner” and she has highlighted her experience with the regional solar company,... (Continue reading)

Setting the record straight in Arroyo Grande

OPINION by LEANN AKINS I am writing to help set the record straight about “the lack of civility” in the Arroyo Grande political landscape. Mayor Jim Hill and various citizens have been accused of being uncivil to staff and members... (Continue reading)

Adam Hill’s threats play out in public and in private

OPINION by DEBBIE PETERSON I ran for the San Luis Obispo County District 3 supervisor seat because I was deeply troubled by the way Supervisor Adam Hill operates. After several of his attacks on constituents who didn’t share his views... (Continue reading)

PG&E has done enough for SLO County

OPINION by GORDON MULLIN The California Public Utilities Commission held a public meeting this week giving interested parties the opportunity to present their thoughts to commissioners who are considering the Joint Proposal, an agreement between PG&E, several environmental groups and... (Continue reading)

Honesty and independence matter, vote for Dan Carpenter

OPINION by SAM BLAKESLEE After long and careful thought, I’ve decided to endorse Dan Carpenter in the District 3 supervisor race, the district in which I reside. It wasn’t an easy decision because this race has become highly contentious. Many... (Continue reading)

Government continues to scam taxpayers

OPINION by LAURA MORDAUNT Right now in Sacramento, the men and women you sent there to protect you will be asked to vote after the Nov. 8 election to formalize the removal of road repair and maintenance money from us.... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay City Council fails again

OPINION by LINDA STEDJEE Morro Bay’s water reclamation facility (WRF) project costs are approaching $3 million, but there is little to show for all that money. The city hasn’t even bought land to put the plant on, the new design... (Continue reading)

Dawn doesn’t have a Legg to stand on

OPINION by RON ARNOLDSEN So let’s see. Dawn Ortiz-Legg wants to be a lawmaker. However, she can’t grasp the 6th amendment? Part of which states that when arrested you have the right to an attorney, if you cannot afford an... (Continue reading)

Don’t confuse facts with fiction

Opinion by Arroyo Grande Mayor Jim Hill Friday night we had a debate on the mayoral campaign arranged by the Arroyo Grande High School AP government class. I am glad our future leaders are aware of and concerned about issues... (Continue reading)



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