Articles Tagged With ‘Arroyo Grande’




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Are Arroyo Grande Council members good stewards?

OPINION by LEANN AKINS What does it mean to be a steward in terms of a leadership position? The definition of stewardship is the management or care of something. Let’s zero in on the ideas of careful and responsible management... (Continue reading)

Pair arrested for burglarizing Morro Bay hotel

Police arrested a Cambria woman and an Arroyo Grande man last week for burglarizing a Morro Bay hotel earlier this month. Late in the evening of Oct. 11, a female suspect wearing a bandanna over her face entered the lobby... (Continue reading)

FPPC rejects Nick Tompkins’ complaint

By KAREN VELIE After the Arroyo Grande Planning Commission voted unanimously to reject developer Nick Tompkins mixed use project proposal, Tompkins filed a compliant with the Fair Political Practices Commission against a city planning commissioner who recommended changes to the... (Continue reading)

Are we treating our volunteers fairly in Arroyo Grande?

OPINION by PATTY WELSH I was appointed to be an Arroyo Grande  parks and recreation commissioner in January 2015, and looked forward to serving this year. However, I stepped down this month because of political mudslinging from some of our... (Continue reading)

Hazardous chemical causes odor in Arroyo Grande

Firefighters and a regional hazmat team responded to an incident involving a hazardous chemical Sunday evening in Arroyo Grande that resulted in emergency crews asking neighbors to stay in their homes with the windows closed. At about 7:30 p.m., firefighters... (Continue reading)

King City to hire former AG manager Steve Adams

After searching statewide for a new city manager, the city council of King City decided on ousted Arroyo Grande executive Steve Adams. The council unanimously concluded Adams is the best candidate to serve as city manager, a King City press... (Continue reading)

K9 bites suspect this time in Arroyo Grande

Unlike a recent pursuit in Arroyo Grande, a police chase Wednesday ended with a K9 biting the leg of the suspect. This is the third time a Central Coast K9 officer has bit another officer or a suspect in less... (Continue reading)

Cities demand halt to Nipomo Mesa development

The cities of Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach and Pismo Beach are seeking a court order barring new development and new groundwater pumping on the Nipomo Mesa. [Tribune] The three South County cities have long been battling the Nipomo Community Services... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande City Council approves Tompkins’ project again

A month after approving a mixed-use project planned by developer Nick Tompkins, the Arroyo Grande City Council again approved the development. [Tribune] Tompkins, the owner of development firm NKT Commercial, is planning to build a high-density housing and mixed use... (Continue reading)

Tompkins’ Arroyo Grande project to be reheard

OPINION by JULIE TACKER The public is invited and encouraged to attend the Special Meeting of the Arroyo Grande City Council on Oct. 8 at 6 p.m. to reconsider the action taken Sept. 8, when the council approved the long-controversial... (Continue reading)



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