Articles Tagged With ‘charter city measure’




Arroyo Grande needs a financial audit

OPINION By OTIS PAGE Considering the managerial dynamics imposed by the Arroyo Grande City manager’s “scheduled” resignation, there should be an audit of the finances and financial practices of the city. Accentuating this question is... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande’s leadership cannot be trusted with a charter city

OPINION By JULIE TACKER Arroyo Grande voters are facing the question of “Charter City” on Nov. 4 ballot. As they do, it is important to look at its current leadership’s questionable spending and ponder; is... (Continue reading)

Why I oppose the Arroyo Grande City Charter

OPINION By JIM HILL The passage of Arroyo Grande City Charter, Measure C-14 on city ballots, would make two fundamental changes from the general law requirements that are not in residents’ interests. First, as explicitly... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande could become charter city

The Arroyo Grande City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to place an initiative on the November ballot that will allow voters to make Arroyo Grande a charter city. [Tribune] Becoming a charter city allow Arroyo Grande... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach should remain a general law city

OPINION By WALT FRENCH As a taxpayer who has lived in Grover Beach for 20 years, and a fiscal conservative, I am disturbed by the movement to convert our city to a new “charter” form... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande considering city charter

The Arroyo Grande City Council has created a committee to explore the idea of becoming a charter city in order to cut costs. The council decided in December to establish an 11-member committee that would... (Continue reading)