Articles Tagged With ‘Andrew Carter’




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Stew Jenkins takes aim at Guadalupe’s rental inspections

The leader of the movement to repeal and replace San Luis Obispo’s rental inspection program is threatening to overturn a similar ordinance in Guadalupe. San Luis Obispo attorney Stew Jenkins describes Guadalupe’s ordinance as “more... (Continue reading)

Guadalupe council angered by disincorporation pitch

Guadalupe City Council members are not happy with the Santa Barbara County Grand Jury’s recommendation to disband their city. The Guadalupe City Council met Tuesday, shortly after the release of a grand jury report that... (Continue reading)

Guadalupe mayor seeking grand jury investigation

Guadalupe mayor Frances Romero announced plans Tuesday to ask the Santa Barbara County Grand Jury to investigate the city’s past financial mismanagement and accounting practices. “As a citizen of Guadalupe that is also its mayor,... (Continue reading)

Guadalupe flirting with bankruptcy

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Guadalupe City Administrator Andrew Carter, who often describes himself as a numbers person, has discovered some financial mismanagement and accounting practices that could leave him without a city to administer. Guadalupe, which... (Continue reading)

Raises pending for SLO council, manager and attorney

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Each member of the San Luis Obispo City Council, as well as the city manager and city attorney could receive pay raises in the coming weeks. This week the council is holding... (Continue reading)

Carter wants SLO council to appeal judge’s decision

Former San Luis Obispo Councilman Andrew Carter’s letter to the city council: Dear council, What follows is lengthy. I realize that. It covers every nuance I can think of about the decision you face on... (Continue reading)

SLO grants more than $200,000 to CAPSLO

The San Luis Obispo City Council approved more than $200,000 in funding to the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo Tuesday evening after acknowledging allegations that the nonprofit is fraudulently handling homeless clients’ accounts.... (Continue reading)

SLO council considering grant money for CAPSLO

The San Luis Obispo City Council will consider giving more than $200,000 Tuesday evening to the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo. As part of a yearly Community Development Block Grant, from the Department... (Continue reading)

SLO councilman resigns on Facebook

In what has become the popular way to communicate with one’s constituents, San Luis Obispo City Councilman Andrew Carter announced plans to resign his council seat on his Facebook page shortly before 1 p.m. today.... (Continue reading)

Carter challenges Marx for mayor

San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx announced Tuesday she plans to run for reelection in November and within 24 hours Councilman Andrew Carter challenged her as expected. “I have shown I have the know how,... (Continue reading)



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