Articles Tagged With ‘Atascadero’

FBI launches Atascadero City Hall investigation

2/15/2008 Federal investigators will probe activities at Atascadero City Hall, according to City Attorney Brian Pierik. Pierik issued an unusual press release late today revealing... (Continue reading)

A timeline for every agenda

Atascadero City Manager Wade McKinney will tell the city council Tuesday that federal reconstruction funds for the city’s youth center were acquired through appropriate means. ... (Continue reading)

WEEKEND BULLETIN: Secret probe eyes Atascadero cop ..discrimination..

An internal investigation has been launched by top level Atascadero officials into complaints made by male officers in the city’s police department... (Continue reading)

More underhanded tactics?

It could get ugly. Wal-Mart opponents will try tonight to derail Atascadero City Manager Wade McKinney’s plan to retain an “unbiased” consultant with unmistakable ties to the retail giant.... (Continue reading)

Mayor Brennler will ask for Attorney General probe

Atascadero Mayor Mike Brennler said Friday night he will ask state investigators to probe allegations that some city officials may have knowingly submitted false data to secure Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reconstruction funds for a youth center.... (Continue reading)

Wade’s One-Fingered Salute

Seeking to soothe the public psyche about collusion and pollution at the youth center, Atascadero City ... (Continue reading)

No one is certain if youth center land is safe for kids

Last week, reported on misappropriation of FEMA funds by Atascadero city officials to build a replacement youth center on land containing significant levels of toxic pollution.... (Continue reading)

Atascadero filches FEMA funds, youth center rises on tainted land

Over the past four years, Atascadero city officials conspired to bilk taxpayers out of more than $4 million in disaster aid to construct a replacement youth center under the guise the previous center had been rendered unsafe during the 2003... (Continue reading)