Articles Tagged With ‘City Hall’




Con man misleads Hertel-Fowler bankruptcy trustee

By KAREN VELIE Bankruptcy court trustees are investigating claims that businessman Rob Rossi and the City of Atascadero are concealing assets of developer R.W. Hertel and Sons in an attempt to help the bankrupt home builder... (Continue reading)

Plans afoot to shutter (finally) Morro Bay’s skyline-busting power plant

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Officials at the Morro Bay Power Plant are planning to bring down the curtain on the 54-year-old facility and currently are telling city council members that “continued operation of the plant is unlikely”... (Continue reading)

Paso city computer pressed into service to slam citizen

At least one Paso Robles city computer was used to post on this Web site’s blog dozens of derogatory, revealing remarks and private information about a citizen in the aftermath of a recent CalCoastNews commentary... (Continue reading)

COMMENTARY: Bugs on the wall in City Hall

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN There’s a tight clamp on information coming out of Atascadero City Hall, what with the FBI hanging out and all, so it’s been tough to get information out of those... (Continue reading)

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... (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)

One big cost that never goes down: public retirement benefits

While California’s housing market has been swirling down the drain, the state’s largest public retirement system has been enthusiastically investing hundreds of millions of dollars into a more promising... (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... (Continue reading)

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

Last week, UncoveredSLO.com 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)