Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




Page 150 of 151« First...51015...147148149150151

Ambushed by SLO law and order

By KAREN VELIE A Morro Bay man wrongly accused of two robberies now attributed to the notorious and just-captured “Sleeves Bandit” remains in county jail as San Luis Obispo police and district attorney’s officials seek a graceful exit from a potentially... (Continue reading)

Copeland grip on downtown SLO nightmare for some

By DANIEL BLACKBURN There are nicknames aplenty for the city of San Luis Obispo, and many have a commonality, the name Copeland: “Copelandville,” “Copelandburg,” “Copeland Kingdom,” and of course, “Cope-Land, ” to list but a few. References to the Copeland family, and... (Continue reading)

Selective code enforcement: Is it ‘God’s will?’

First in a series By DANIEL BLACKBURN Dan De Vaul, meet The Apostle. While county officials pursue a vigorous (some say pernicious) criminal prosecution against high-profile De Vaul and his South County Sunny Acres Ranch for the hapless, another, longer-running code enforcement drama... (Continue reading)

Protect, Serve And Sell T-Shirts.

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN A San Luis Obispo police officer peddles custom imprinted T-shirts, sometimes while on duty, as a federal bankruptcy court considers his twin Chapter 7 petitions. Officer Christopher Charles Chitty apparently runs the cash business from the... (Continue reading)

Enough already! Dalidio entertaining offer

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN Ernie Dalidio is abandoning a contentious, 16-year effort to develop his property along Highway 101 south of San Luis Obispo, and is negotiating an extended option agreement with a group of local investors. Dalidio declined comment... (Continue reading)

Peppered, pounded, pizza shop owner seeks big SLO dough

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Posted 1/22/2008 San Luis Obispo businessman Jeff Milne, home after a long day baking and serving at his Babbo’s Pizzeria on Santa Rosa, was surprised when he looked through a window... (Continue reading)

Covert attack mounted on trauma center plan

Physicians and officials at French and Arroyo Grande hospitals have mounted a concerted but furtive effort to halt plans for a trauma center. ... (Continue reading)

Problems for ex-Trib publisher Par Ridder

Remember P. Anthony (Par) Ridder Jr., the man thought by many in this county to have aided the decline of The Tribune while its publisher a few years back? Ever wonder what happened to Par after he departed these parts for the St.... (Continue reading)

Dalido accelerates bid to develop his property

By KAREN VELIE Ernie Dalidio’s legal team launched a new offensive last week to reinstate Measure J and asked a judge to reconsider a second negative ruling in the rancorous fight over development of his San Luis Obispo County acreage. Attorney Michael... (Continue reading)

Dalidio eyes RICO lawsuit against development foes, alleges unfair business practices

By KAREN VELIE Local developers illegally interfered with the development of Ernie Dalidio’s property, costing him millions of dollars in lost revenue, the San Luis Obispo farmer claimed in court declarations filed earlier this month. At the same time, Dalido’s lawyers hinted... (Continue reading)



Page 150 of 151« First...51015...147148149150151