Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Of course conservative SLO County supervisors are against democracy

It isn’t surprising that the two ultra conservative members of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors, Debbie Arnold and Lynn Compton, voted against putting a measure on the ballot to increase the sales tax to be used for traffic projects in our area. What could be more democratic than to have the citizens of this county vote on this proposal, even with the requirement that it takes a two-thirds majority to approve it?

Letters to the Editor

Let’s act now to preserve Diablo Canyon lands

If you live anywhere on the Central Coast, you’re aware by now that on June 21 PG&E announced it will not seek relicensing of Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant when current licenses expire in 2024 and 2025. It’s my opinion this is a direct result of years of failed energy policies in the state of California.

Videos

This is how dry Lopez Lake has gotten this summer

Take a look around Lopez Lake, and it's clear why the boat launch ramp was closed. As of Monday, July 25, 2016, the Arroyo Grande lake was 26.5 percent full.
David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
This is how dry Lopez Lake has gotten this summer 0:29

This is how dry Lopez Lake has gotten this summer

Watch Don Henley in concert at the Mid-State Fair 0:41

Watch Don Henley in concert at the Mid-State Fair

How experts are searching for TCE near the SLO airport 0:41

How experts are searching for TCE near the SLO airport

Atascadero mobile home fire: What we know so far 1:20

Atascadero mobile home fire: What we know so far