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    Uplift constituents

    As the upcoming election approaches, we are increasingly exposed to the sideshow that a campaign can become.

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    Excellent leadership

    We live in a time when many citizens not only disagree with our political leaders, but choose to attack them, often based on their position on a single issue.

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    K-14 is for roads

    There are some concerns about Grover Beach’s Measure K-14. Many people are concerned that the money from the bond will not be exclusively for street repair. There are actually two assurances that all citizens must be made aware of: First, there will be a citizens’ oversight committee...

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    Stale and stagnant

    With the upcoming City Council and mayoral election in Atascadero, I feel as a local businessman that Tom O’Malley, Brian Sturtevant and Heather Moreno give this community the best opportunity to thrive and prosper. Reason being they have worked hard to bring new business into the community...

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    Deal was not a deal

    I find it appalling that the city of Atascadero was so negligent when accepting cost estimates for the Del Rio Road intersection improvements. A $7.5 million mistake on an initial estimate of $4.5 million is more than a goof — it’s a monumental blunder. Yet city officials accepted the...

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    Won’t be fooled

    I just received a flier in the mail from two challengers for seats on the Pismo Beach City Council who are making campaign promises they cannot keep. They say that they will underground all electric utilities throughout Pismo Beach using PG&E Rule 20A credits at no cost to the residents. They pretend...

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    Poorly thought out

    Vote “no” on Measure L, the Cuesta College bond. For the Five Cities and South County areas, Allan Hancock College is much closer to travel to, and it used bond funds the proper way by constructing new buildings.

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    Tireless port advocate

    The Port San Luis Harbor Commission is the governing body of Port San Luis and Avila Beach. This includes the Avila and Harford piers, the small-boat launching facilities, the beaches, playgrounds, RV park and vendors.

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    D clears a high bar

    As a local businessperson, I place a high degree of scrutiny on any ballot initiative that impacts our taxes.

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    Keep SLO special

    Isn’t San Luis Obispo a special place to live? For some it is. Unfortunately, because family homes are being turned into student rentals, many permanent residents are faced with living in neighborhoods that have little resemblance to the special ones in which they chose to purchase a home...

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