Lynn Compton is the voice of reason for San Luis Obispo County supervisors, and she should retain her seat on the Board. Jimmy Paulding, the newcomer candidate, has been unethical in his attacks, writes Judie Hagstrom of Nipomo.
An employee of SLO County Assessor Tom J. Bordonaro Jr. defends his management style and notes the transparency he has given to taxpayers. Lesa Gofourth of Santa Margarita says he has her vote in the June election.
Ian Parkinson pledged to fix problems and reform the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office, but he has failed and left the jail in worse condition, writes Susan Harvey of Paso Robles, who recommends voting for Greg Clayton.
Tim Covello, running for a Judge Barry LaBarbera’s seat on the San Luis Obispo Superior Court, is the best and most qualified candidate in the 2018 election. He deserves the vote, writes Linda Dunn of Cambria.
Oceano resident Bonnie Ernst says the Oceano Dunes needs support in California State Parks’ meetings in Fresno and Arroyo Grande, as vehicle riders have caused air quality issues and taken away a safe beach, she says.
Community college students will be guaranteed a place in a UC school if they complete the “Enhancing Student Transfer” program, a partnership with the University of California that starts in fall 2019, writes Andrea Devitt of San Luis Obispo.
District 4 candidates Lynn Compton and Jimmy Paulding should not stop talking about drilling and offshore oil while campaigning for the SLO County Board of Supervisor seat, writes Joan Carter of San Luis Obispo.
Early indications of a UC Davis animal science study show feeding dairy cows seaweed may reduce methane emissions caused by their farting, pooping and burping, university researcher Ermias Kebreab announced Thursday, May 24.