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One big cost that never goes down: public retirement benefits

While California’s housing market has been swirling down the drain, the state’s largest public retirement system has been enthusiastically investing hundreds of millions of dollars into a more promising... (Continue reading)

French Hospital responds (weirdly) to our article.

BY KAREN VELIE Employees at nonprofit French Hospital Medical Center are reportedly encouraged to seek private donors for needed equipment purchases while the facility’s chief operating officer... (Continue reading)

COMMENTARY: Protecting property, saving the democracy

By DANIEL BLACKBURN One of the quickest ways to jettison our individual freedom is to allow the diminution of property rights – even the property of others. If ever there was a true united-we-win, divided-we-lose... (Continue reading)

COMMENTARY: Protecting property, saving the democracy

One of the quickest ways to jettison our individual freedom is to allow the diminution of property rights – even the property of others.... (Continue reading)

EXCLUSIVE: Dalidio undeterred, full speed ahead

BY KAREN VELIE An undeterred Ernie Dalidio will proceed with plans to develop his project on the southwest side of San Luis Obispo off Highway 101 following Thursday's court decision to overturn Measure J. “We... (Continue reading)

EXCLUSIVE: Dalidio undeterred, full speed ahead

An undeterred Ernie Dalidio will proceed with plans to develop his project on the southwest side of San Luis Obispo off Highway 101 following Thursday's court decision to... (Continue reading)

French Hospital responds (weirdly) to our article.

French Hospital respondes to UncoveredSLO.com’s Jan. 27 article on French Hospital with this statement to Dave Congalton’s 920 KVEC radio show. Please also see our commentary below.)... (Continue reading)

Storm winds as environmental vigilante? County questions billboard rebuilding

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Posted 1/30/2008 Powerful winds ripping across San Luis Obispo County in recent weeks battered, bent and broke numerous billboards along the Highway 101 and... (Continue reading)

More underhanded tactics?

It could get ugly. Wal-Mart opponents will try tonight to derail Atascadero City Manager Wade McKinney’s plan to retain an “unbiased” consultant with unmistakable ties to the retail giant.... (Continue reading)

French solicits donations but pays CEO big bucks

Employees at nonprofit French Hospital Medical Center are reportedly encouraged to seek private donors for needed equipment purchases while the facility’s chief operating officer pulls down nearly a... (Continue reading)



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