Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo County’

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Brown appoints new San Luis Obispo County judge

Governor Jerry Brown appointed U.S. Magistrate Rita Coyne Federman a San Luis Obispo Superior Court judge Thursday. Federman, 50, has served on the U.S. District Court’s central district of California since 2004. She fills a vacancy created when Judge Teresa Estrada-Mullaney... (Continue reading)

Australian stomach virus outbreak in San Luis Obispo County

A new strain of a stomach virus has caused at least three outbreaks in San Luis Obispo County within the past month, according to local health officials. All three outbreaks, two of which occurred in restaurants and one in a... (Continue reading)

Frosty the hitman

This inflatable Christmas decoration stands guard over a home in the 1900 block of Vine Street in Paso Robles, serving to remind all that these holidays are viewed in many different ways by many different people. Without further comment, CalCoastNews... (Continue reading)

SLO County high schools planning new leagues

Principals at high schools in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties will vote on proposed changes to athletic leagues in March which are slated to change the face of high school sports. [KSBY] One of the proposals, for... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles, Cayucos school districts shoulder huge bond debts

Two San Luis Obispo County school districts have borrowed millions of dollars using a risky form of financing saddling them with huge debt. Both Cayucos Elementary School District and Paso Robles Joint Unified School District turned to capital appreciation bonds... (Continue reading)

Union Bank to lay off up to 400 Central Coast employees

Union Bank officials are heading up the coast from Santa Barbara, through San Luis Obispo County to Monterey, handing out layoff notices to hundreds of Santa Barbara Bank & Trust employees at 14 branches, several employees said. Union Bank’s purchase... (Continue reading)

Supervisors battle property advocates on ag ordinance

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors is trying to finalize revisions to a contentious “ag cluster” ordinance before Debbie Arnold replaces Jim Patterson in January. [Tribune] Proposed changes to the ordinance make it more difficult for rural landowners... (Continue reading)

SLO County hit with $6 billion property rights lawsuit

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Excelaron, the company seeking to drill as many as 12 oil wells in the Huasna Valley near Arroyo Grande, filed a more than $6 billion lawsuit against San Luis Obispo County. In the lawsuit filed Monday, attorney... (Continue reading)

SLO County employment spurred by tourism

The number of people employed in San Luis Obispo County has risen over the past year prompted heavily by the local tourism industry, according to a report released Friday by the California Employment Development Department. County residents who make a... (Continue reading)

Gibson had affair with legislative aide

San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Bruce Gibson admitted to having an affair with his legislative aide and said he plans to seek a divorce from his wife. [SLO Tribune] Gibson said the affair with Legislative Assistant Cherie Aispuro had lasted... (Continue reading)

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