AG City Council cashing in on benefits

The Arroyo Grande City Council voted to increase their monthly stipends by sixty percent! On top of that, they agreed to award the mayor an additional $150 per month. It is their intention that these increases will begin just after the Nov. 2020 election for the “new” council. Mayor, Caren Ray Russom, Mayor Pro Tem, Kristen Barneich and recently appointed, Lan George are all up for election. Read More …

Ken Schwartz was a true SLO visionary

On Oct. 19, we lost Kenneth E. Schwartz who served as one of Cal Poly’s most respected former professors in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Ken also served the city of San Luis Obispo as one of its greatest community leaders for decades. Passing at the age of 94, Ken lived a long and distinguished life that few will ever match. Read More …

More regulatory gas in San Luis Obispo

The City of San Luis Obispo staff and City Council are about to launch yet another regulatory overreach. This time an ordinance is proposed requiring that all new homes be built to accommodate all electric heating and appliances. Even if the homeowner or builder prefers gas and includes gas, the home would have to be designed and built as if it were all electric. Read More …