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    A video shown at the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce annual dinner on Jan. 20, 2017, in which chamber employees jokingly refer to “hot,” “Fully Monty” and “shirtless” firefighters, has resulted in at least one personnel complaint filed against the city, naming SLO Fire Chief Garret Olson and SLO City Manager Katie Lichtig.

A video shown at the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce annual dinner on Jan. 20, 2017, in which chamber employees jokingly refer to “hot,” “Fully Monty” and “shirtless” firefighters, has resulted in at least one personnel complaint filed against the city, naming SLO Fire Chief Garret Olson and SLO City Manager Katie Lichtig. Courtesy
A video shown at the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce annual dinner on Jan. 20, 2017, in which chamber employees jokingly refer to “hot,” “Fully Monty” and “shirtless” firefighters, has resulted in at least one personnel complaint filed against the city, naming SLO Fire Chief Garret Olson and SLO City Manager Katie Lichtig. Courtesy

SLO will pay up to $70,000 for “sexy” firefighter video investigation

April 05, 2017 11:01 AM

UPDATED April 05, 2017 02:55 PM