Articles Tagged With ‘City of Morro Bay’




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Morro Bay residents show support for pot dispensaries

At a community workshop held Wednesday, Morro Bay residents indicated they support having medical marijuana dispensaries and delivery services operating in the city. [KSBY] During a gathering at the veterans’ hall, Morro Bay officials asked city residents to place dots... (Continue reading)

City of Morro Bay to buy contested Cerrito Peak property

Following years of legal battles, the Morro Bay City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to buy one acre of undeveloped land on Cerrito Peak from Janne Reddell. [KSBY] Janne Reddell and her late husband, Morro Bay real estate agent Dan Reddell,... (Continue reading)

Bakersfield woman rescued from Morro Rock

Morro Bay firefighters rescued a 42-year-old Bakersfield woman from Morro Rock on Sunday. After receiving a call about the climber around 12:30 p.m., firefighters found her approximately 150 feet up the rock. The woman, whom fire officials described as a... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay hires new chief after dropping police outsourcing plan

Months after dropping a plan to disband its police department, the city of Morro Bay has selected a new police chief. Gregory Allen, currently the acting police chief of the Salinas Valley city of Greenfield, served more than 30 years... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay City manager likely to stay in Morro Bay

Morro Bay City Manager David Buckingham was among five finalists for the city manager position in Whitefish, Montana. However, the Whitefish City Council did not select Buckingham. In December, Buckingham applied for the job in the Montana city of approximately... (Continue reading)

Are Morro Bay officials attempting to chip away at Measure D?

OPINION by LINDA STEDJEE A Morro Bay law popularly known as “Measure D” is once again under serious assault by city government. Measure D can be modified or removed from the municipal code only by a vote of the people.... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay drops plan to outsource its police

Following outcry from residents, the Morro Bay City Council unanimously voted down a proposal to outsource law enforcement duties to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office. The city had considered disbanding its police department after a consultant suggested contracting... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay may disband its police department

The city of Morro Bay is considering disbanding its police department and contracting out law enforcement duties to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office. City council members will discuss the possibility at an Aug. 9 meeting, according to a... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council passes on public comment crackdown

The Morro Bay City Council discarded the advice of its city attorney who suggested cracking down on public speakers who use council meetings to announce political campaigns. [Tribune] At the Jan. 12 council meeting, Morro Bay resident and former councilwoman,... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay officials clean creek, kick out homeless

Piles of trash, needles and human feces are now gone from a section of Morro Creek. So are the people who were living there. On Thursday, the city of Morro Bay conducted a creek cleanup at the location of a... (Continue reading)



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