SLO County Progressives protest at local meetings, but is it working?

Even as the SLO County Progressives are celebrating their well attended rallies for change, their protests for the resignation of the sheriff because of the death of Andrew Holland at the county jail have resulted in outrage from other attendees at several town-hall meetings.

Approximately 120 people attended a sheriff’s town-hall meeting in Santa Margarita last week, including a small group of Progressives. Read More …

Carrari family feud – Life and times of Joe Carrari

Joe Carrari distinguished himself as one of the most innovative winemakers on the Central Coast, following in the foot steps of his immigrant father, he was able to successfully navigate the ever changing wine industry.

Carrari, a gregarious man with a remarkable memory, sat down with Cal Coast Times in a rare opportunity for a series of interviews about his life and the tremendous personal and legal hardships he is currently facing. Read More …

Paid political boss shutters SLO County Supervisor’s meeting

Nick Andre, the head of the SLO County Progressives and a paid campaign manager for several local candidates, led a group of 14 people into Tuesdays San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors meeting who then refused to sit down and allow the meeting to continue. While the group blocked the speaker podiums, they held up signs in a protest against Sheriff Ian Parkinson. Read More …