Articles Tagged With ‘Arroyo Grande Police Officers Association’




Stop blaming Arroyo Grande police officers

OPINION BY OTIS PAGE We have a potentially paralyzing issue in Arroyo Grande that may have a significant effect on Mayor-Elect Jim Hill’s future administration and work with the council. That issue is outgoing Mayor... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande Council attendees pick sides, the mayor or police

By KAREN VELIE At Tuesdays Arroyo Grande City Council meeting, proponents and opponents of Mayor Tony Ferrara spoke out during public comment while three San Luis Obispo sheriff deputies and a police commander stood by... (Continue reading)

Pro-Arroyo Grande mayor group slams police

OPINION By OTIS PAGE The new internet site “Free the AG Council”  says the Arroyo Grande Police Officers Association has “issued a unanimous vote of no-confidence in Mayor Ferrara and City Manager Steve Adams and... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande police union backs change

Amid a vote of no confidence against Mayor Tony Ferrara, the Arroyo Grande Police Officer Association voted unanimously Friday to endorse write in candidate Jim Hill for mayor. Following police officer allegations that Ferrara participated... (Continue reading)

AG officer raises pale in comparison to Adams

OPINION By JULIE TACKER In spite of City Manager Steve Adams attempt to characterize events surrounding his own bad judgment on July 3 by insinuating the police would benefit from “damaging my reputation.” In spite... (Continue reading)

Police, public ream Arroyo Grande council and manager

The Arroyo Grande City Council and its embattled city manager received a barrage of criticism Tuesday night from both members of the public and city police officers. About 75 people attended Tuesday’s council meeting, many... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande police chastise city council

UPDATE: Following are the opinions of six members of the Arroyo Grande Police Officers’ Association. OPINION By SHAWN COSGROVE Hello, my name is Shawn Cosgrove and I am the president of the Arroyo Grande Police... (Continue reading)

Mayor Ferrara responds to vote of no confidence

Arroyo Grande Mayor Tony Ferrara responded in writing Sunday to the city’s police officer association’s complaint against the mayor and the city manager. On Thursday, the Arroyo Grande Police Officer Association lodged a formal complaint... (Continue reading)