Articles Tagged With ‘Public Information’




Thieves on the march in SLO

San Luis Obispo police say there has been a recent rise in thefts and burglaries in the city. The police department has received more than 400 reports of “theft-related incidents” since Dec. 1, according to... (Continue reading)

Steve Gesell hired by his former boss

Ex-San Luis Obispo police chief Steve Gesell has been hired by his former boss. Gesell will become chief in Cottonwood, Arizona on Jan. 20, according to a city press release. Doug Bartosh, the city manager... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande battle over interchange gets ugly

OPINION by JULIE TACKER Even though former Arroyo Grande mayor Tony Ferrara and former city manager Steve Adams have been forced out of leadership positions in Arroyo Grande, the new city manager appears to be... (Continue reading)

Sanitation district should not edit the audit

OPINION by MARK LONDON The South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District Board owes the rate payers, who are financing the audit, the right to view the entire unredacted audit. Earlier this year, the sanitation... (Continue reading)

Hill won’t address questions; he’s changing addresses

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill changed the mailing and work address for a consulting company he works for, the same day he received questions from CalCoastNews about inconsistencies between his... (Continue reading)

Hill goes to battle with CAPSLO

By KAREN VELIE and JOSH FRIEDMAN Editor’s note: Read a letter from Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo to the board of supervisors that includes a statement by Supervisor Adam Hill at the bottom... (Continue reading)

Oceano board to meet pre-Christmas after manager plagiarism charge

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The Oceano Community Services District Board of Directors will hold a special meeting two days before Christmas to discuss the performance of its general manager, who is accused of plagiarizing part of... (Continue reading)

Oceano discussing terminating employee

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies are looking into allegations that the Oceano Community Services District’s beleaguered general manager committed perjury when he claimed he was an IRS-approved enrolled agent on his Form 700 statement... (Continue reading)

Oceano and San Miguel facing state penalties

Following the failure to report employee compensation to the California State Controller’s Office as required by law, the communities of Oceano and San Miguel are facing fines of $5,000 each. In both cases, the district... (Continue reading)