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Oceano CSD struggling to fund fire services

Facing rolling blackouts or alternating closures of the Oceano and Grover Beach fire stations, the Oceano Community Services District Board plans to discuss how to continue to provide fire and emergency services to the community of 7,600 people. [Cal Coast... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles police officer accused of on-duty rape

A Paso Robles police sergeant is on paid administrative leave as the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Department investigates allegations of rape. The officer allegedly assaulted several women while on the job. After one Paso Robles woman called 911 to... (Continue reading)

Tommy Gong slapped with temporary restraining order

Judge Barry LaBarbera granted San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Lynn Compton a temporary restraining order on Monday barring Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong from further correcting mismatched signature ballots. [Cal Coast Times] Following the June 5 election, Gong told both Compton and... (Continue reading)

SLO County equal voter rights dispute headed to court

By KAREN VELIE A dispute over equal voting rights has propelled San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong into a legal battle with Supervisor Lynn Compton. On Monday morning, the county officials will appear in court to argue their... (Continue reading)

Ballot controversy mars District 4 supervisor race

By JOSH FRIEDMAN A pair of local attorneys representing incumbent County Supervisor Lynn Compton is demanding that the San Luis Obispo County clerk-recorder stop counting a batch of disputed ballots in the still undecided District 4 supervisorial race, arguing the... (Continue reading)

Waste agency’s unchecked spending under scrutiny

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first in a multi-part series on the unfettered spending of government funds by the county’s waste disposal agency. Carl Knudson’s report and a graph regarding credit card expenses is at the bottom of this article.... (Continue reading)

Three candidates vying for seats on the Arroyo Grande Council

By JOSH FRIEDMAN In what could lead to a possible shakeup of the Arroyo Grande City Council, two planning commissioners and a retired police captain are entering the 2018 council race. [Cal Coast Times] Arroyo Grande planning commissioners Terry Fowler-Payne... (Continue reading)

FBI agents headed to SLO County to probe Holland death

By KAREN VELIE The FBI has sent emails to multiple employees of the San Luis Obispo County Jail asking them to voluntarily agree to interviews or face the possibility of receiving a subpoena to testify at a Grand Jury in... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande closes medical marijuana delivery service

By KAREN VELIE The only business licensed under new state regulations to deliver medical marijuana in Arroyo Grande, Elite Care, was shut down last week over a disagreement regarding the term premise. [Cal Coast Times] After struggling to find medical... (Continue reading)

A rude Italian awakening for reporter Josh Friedman

By KAREN VELIE Some of the world’s most powerful people are attending the mysterious Bilderberg conference this week in Turin, Italy. The conference provides a secretive forum for about 120-140 world leaders in politics, finance, media and industry to discuss... (Continue reading)



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