Articles Tagged With ‘Morro Bay’

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Power plant closure costing Morro Bay, APCD

The city of Morro Bay and the San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District will lose more than $1 million in combined annual income upon the closure of the Morro Bay Power Plant. [Tribune] Officials with energy company Dynegy,... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay pays city attorney to walk away

The city of Morro Bay will pay City Attorney Rob Schultz $163,235 to resign from his position. Mayor Jamie Irons had been pushing to fire Schultz since September, but Tuesday the city council agreed to a severance package for Schultz... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay moves forward on terminating city attorney and manager

The Morro Bay City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to approve a severance agreement with city attorney Robert Schultz and 3-2 to begin negotiations to oust city manager Andrea Lueker. Mayor Jamie Irons along with council members Christine Johnson and... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay sewage facility may move to site of power plant

The Morro Bay Public Works Department has issued a report recommending moving the city’s sewage treatment facility to the location of the closing Morro Bay Power Plant. The report examines seven possible locations for the new sewage plant ranging in... (Continue reading)

County rebuffs California Coastal Commission

By DANIEL BLACKBURN County planners have snubbed California Coastal Commission (CCC) investigators in an ongoing dispute over permit requirements for a controversial Morro Bay commune. Acting Planning Director Kami Griffin, responding to a formal complaint from the state agency, stated... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay police searching for burglars

Morro Bay police are looking for the person or persons responsible for burglarizing three separate businesses in the past two weeks. The burglars have stolen more than $1,000 in cash. The Shirt Shop on Front Street and Lucia’s Apothecary on... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay power plant to shut down in February

Dynegy announced plans to retire its 50-year old Morro Bay natural gas-fired power plant in February because the plant is no longer profitable. Company spokeswoman Katy Sullivan said Dynegy was unable to get a long-term power sales contract to keep... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay man wins constitutional rights lawsuit

By KAREN VELIE A Morro Bay man won his lawsuit to have several “Joe McCarthy era” sections of the California Election Code declared  unconstitutional last week, according to a San Luis Obispo County Superior Court ruling. John Barta filed the... (Continue reading)

Attention Morro Bay voters

OPINION By BILL PEIRCE Last week Susan Slayton hired an “interim, contract attorney” to replace Rob Schultz. As we had learned, Rob has been put on paid administrative leave and told to finish some projects he’s been working on. Rob... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council puts city attorney on administrative leave

The Morro Bay City Council placed City Attorney Rob Schultz on administrative leave during a special closed session meeting Thursday. [Tribune] The council has been discussing firing Schultz since September, and the city’s special counsel Steven Simas is negotiating a... (Continue reading)

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