Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo City Council’




The Jan Marx-Kathy Smith-Patty Andreen connection

Local activist Kevin P. Rice, who has applied for the open San Luis Obispo City Council seat, is claiming a conflict-of-interest between two sitting council members and another candidate for the vacancy. Rice obtained documents from the County Clerk-Recorder’s Office... (Continue reading)

Wanted: One city council member for San Luis Obispo

Jan Marx is set to be sworn in as the next mayor of San Luis Obispo on Tuesday night. One of the first challenges for Marx, along with Andrew Carter, John Ashbaugh, and Kathy Smith will be to fill the... (Continue reading)

Opponents battle over Prado Road extension

The fight over the proposed extension of Prado Road that would connect South Higuera Street to Broad Street on the south end of San Luis Obispo, which will be on the Nov. 2 general election ballot, is heating up. The proposal,... (Continue reading)

Singing the San Luis baseball blues

OPINION BY LESLIE RAMSEY HALLS I am a minority shareholder in the San Luis Blues baseball franchise. I purchased a 5 percent share in the team in 1998. Over the years I contributed considerable time, effort, and money to keep... (Continue reading)

Kathy Smith attempts return to San Luis city council

A former San Luis Obispo city councilwoman who resigned from office in 1998 to move out of state, has decided to seek her old spot in November. Kathy Springer Smith filed a Candidate Intention Statement with city officials this week.... (Continue reading)

Letter to the San Luis Obispo City Council

Opinion By PETE EVANS I remember before we had Farmer’s Market. The stores were open late and local young people hung out and cruised in cars down Higuera and up Marsh. The establishment just couldn’t stand this outlet for our... (Continue reading)

Thursday night Farmers’ Market talks fail; city council called back in

A special San Luis Obispo City Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday at 4 p.m. to determine why on-going negotiations between the San Luis Obispo County Farmers’ Market Association (SLOFMA) and the Downtown Association have apparently failed. The meeting, open... (Continue reading)

Where does Settle live?

By KAREN VELIE During the past four months, police and fire have responded to a San Luis Obispo house owned by City Councilman Allen Settle at least three times. The visits, prompted by complaints about noise, suspicious activities and an illegal... (Continue reading)