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  • "I agree you can find competitive self importance here, disregard for courtesy, all of that. It's not the same town we had 20-30 years ago, but it's not because of the young families. Our school numbers continually drop because young families can't afford to live here. The ones here struggle to do it."

    Michele commented in:
    The young wives of Cayucos rule on 2022-01-18 11:39:35
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  • "Ridiculous. Prop 13 took money away from schools---REALLY??? . Look at the comparison This person makes about $225,000 just in salary for ????? number students. One of the schools showed 250 students. Maybe 1100 total students for all the schools under him? Then you have redundant business managers, asst managers. etc for the 2 school districts. That alone will add up to at least an additional $300,000. Under that you have much more redundancy. Meanwhile look at Michigan (yes I know lower cost of living). An average Supt of Schools averages about $200,000 salary and has about 8,000 students. They do not have all that other redundancy under them e.g. only 1 business office , HR etc. California is a series of fiefdoms. Look at the water districts for each little town 2-3 for each with its own management staffs. Ridiculous!!!"

    Shocked in MB commented in:
    Superintendent for two SLO County school districts gets 10% raise on 2022-01-18 10:49:51
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  • "So let me get this straight, when the B.O.S. approves a redistricting map that clearly favors the Democratic Party, the answer is get used to it and when the B.O.S. approves a redistricting map that some may argue favors the Republican Party, the answer is to adjudicate? I'm somewhat perplexed and caution this activity when considering the Democratic Party's best work supported Biden for President. I just can't find the lines they are reading between? Is this about good judgment or just control and for what, more of the designed to fail leadership? As a county resident, I support what's best for here and not to fall victim to more of Sacramento's great ideas, like the "self help" mantra Sacramento was preaching. Another way of saying "self help" is your on your own, find new money and just keep sending the tax dollars."

    Jorge Estrada commented in:
    Who are the players in the redistricting lawsuit against SLO County? on 2022-01-18 09:36:20
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  • "It's not the grooming that is the issue. It is the competitive self importance coupled with a complete disregard for common courtesy that has in infected this once unique and supportive community. The insipid husbands are simply a a reflection of the true power of the Real Housewives of New Cayucos."

    Pasoway commented in:
    The young wives of Cayucos rule on 2022-01-18 09:32:04
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  • "Corruption of local official's even in a lawsuit. Interesting. It appears this judge in the Paso Robles court shouldn't hear the case. His wife has several close ties with those involved in the suit. A judge from out of the area should hear the case. Anything less than that is unethical and corrupt. How can Gibson take part in the various meetings these groups are having? Conflict? More corruption by him? What will this group do when Gibson is defeated this next round? File another lawsuit? Election was stolen, voter fraud. I can hear it now,"

    commonsenseguy commented in:
    Who are the players in the redistricting lawsuit against SLO County? on 2022-01-18 04:48:18
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  • "We have pandered to this breed for decades. Shooting off fireworks at their return, tho we purport to love our dogs and birds. They have been sunning on the beach leaving locally procured refuse and room taxes for all to praise since they were teens. Now that they are back polished and waxed and can afford to tear down the quaint old hippie shacks they once loved, for their nouveau "beiche" villas. Again we regale at the increase of the property tax as the locals go extinct. Those that made this habitat so desirable and unique is now almost gone, giving way for this new invasive species and it is breeding. When the workers who serve up the food, energy, welcome mats, and warmth cannot compete for a seat at the bar, who will be left to still keep Cayucos special? RIP to the once eclectic vibrant town we cherished. Welcome to New Cayucos."

    yrukind commented in:
    The young wives of Cayucos rule on 2022-01-17 15:52:00
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  • "An argument against the Patten map, are the large number of voters that were in a district that voted for Supervisor in 2018 but now have to wait to 2024, a six year hiatus. While other another large number of voters were in a district that voted for Supervisor in 2020 and now get to do it again in 2022, a two year schedule. This clearly favors one group over the other in terms of representation."

    mazin commented in:
    Who are the players in the redistricting lawsuit against SLO County? on 2022-01-17 11:07:03
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