Articles Tagged With ‘Unemployed’

Morro Bay to fire city attorney

The Morro Bay City Council decided to fire City Attorney Rob Schultz during a closed session meeting Monday. After more than three hours of closed session discussions, the council directed its outside legal counsel, San Luis Obispo attorney Steven Simas,... (Continue reading)

Former SLO police officer sues city

A former San Luis Obispo police officer who was fired after he pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of bringing misbranded Mexican prescription drugs into the United States, filed suit against the city on July 31. [NewTimes] Former patrol officer Dan... (Continue reading)

Fake pilot names earn dismissals

A handful of veteran producers at San Francisco’s KTVU television station have been fired following the station’s now-famous phony naming of pilots of the Asiana aircraft which crashed July 6. (San Francisco Chronicle) With a perfectly straight face, anchor Tori... (Continue reading)

SLO fire chief to retire

San Luis Obispo Fire Chief Charlie Hines will retire from the city in September, according an email memorandum issued by City Manager Katie Lichtig Tuesday. Hines, who recently rehired the embattled firefighter John Ryan Mason, will retire on September 10... (Continue reading)

Atascadero city manager stepping down

Wade McKinney, Atascadero’s city manager, will be leaving that post soon to take a similar position with the small, opulent desert community of Indian Wells, CalCoastNews has learned. The position has been offered to McKinney, said the  Indian Wells’ human... (Continue reading)

Colby Jack’s Café and Bakery shutting its doors

After less than two years at the Atascadero Carlton Hotel, Colby Jack’s Café & Bakery is shutting its doors, the third restaurant to fail at the location in the past four years. Previously, Shockley’s closed after a year at the... (Continue reading)

SLO Coastal Unified School District cuts 40 jobs

San Luis Coastal Unified School District trustees voted unanimously Tuesday night to slash the budget by $4.2 million by making drastic cuts in jobs and services. [Tribune] The cuts include the elimination of 40 jobs, high school transportation, summer school... (Continue reading)

Oceano’s general manager terminated for cause

The Oceano Community Services District Board voted Tuesday afternoon to terminate its general manager for cause. In closed session, the board voted 4-1 to terminate Geaslen’s employment, with board member Karen White dissenting from her room at a local care... (Continue reading)

Bill Benica signs off from KYNS

San Luis Obispo County veteran radio broadcaster Bill Benica said goodbye to his listeners last Friday before leaving his keys at the front desk. Benica, who has been on the San Luis Obispo airwaves for more than 35 years, said... (Continue reading)

Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center CEO retiring

Candace “Candy” Markwith announced on Monday her plan to retire as Chief Executive Officer at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center effective September 15. She has been at Sierra Vista, the City’s largest private employer, since March 2005. “Candy Markwith has... (Continue reading)