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Former Mayor Jan Marx to pay $300 to SLO over alleged campaign violations

The city of San Luis Obispo ruled on Friday, December 30, 2016, that former Mayor Jan Marx did not intentionally violate the city’s limits on campaign donations when she accepted two $300 contributions from a company and committee tied to a political consultant who had already donated his maximum amount. Though the city cleared Marx and Black of intentional wrongdoing, Marx will pay $300 and Black will pay $600 to the city’s General Fund.

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4 cities swear in new (and not-so-new) City Council members

It was out with the old, and in with the new for four local city councils this week, as the administrative bodies welcomed new members and said farewell to outgoing members. Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Grover Beach and Morro Bay all held their swearing-in ceremonies for councilmembers and mayors this week.

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