People attend a State Lands Commission hearing delivered via satellite from Sacramento to Morro Bay in June 2016. The hearing included lease renewal discussion regarding Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.
People attend a State Lands Commission hearing delivered via satellite from Sacramento to Morro Bay in June 2016. The hearing included lease renewal discussion regarding Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
People attend a State Lands Commission hearing delivered via satellite from Sacramento to Morro Bay in June 2016. The hearing included lease renewal discussion regarding Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Closing Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant is a mistake for SLO County

July 09, 2016 09:29 PM

About Matthew Hoy

Matthew Hoy

Matthew Hoy, a conservative, is a San Diego-area native and 1994 graduate of Cal Poly's journalism program. He spent 15 years at various newspapers along the West Coast, including The Lompoc Record, The Daily World in Aberdeen, Wash., The North County Times in Escondido and The San Diego Union-Tribune. For 15 years, Hoy has written a blog on politics and the media, Hoystory.com. Hoy's column will be published in The Tribune every other week, in rotation with liberal columnist Tom Fulks.