Last Sunday, The Tribune endorsed Bruce Gibson for supervisor, the incumbent for San Luis Obispo County’s 2nd District. Though it’s not surprising that Gibson was endorsed by a newspaper that has Gibson on their speed dial, the timeliness of the endorsement was.
Both LOCSD President Marshall Ochylski and Gibson have yet to square off in a debate. Neither candidate has made an effort to detail their positions enough for voters to compare and look for differences. Neither candidate has unveiled their campaign strategies. By endorsing Gibson so early in the campaign, The Tribune has shown their readers and subscribers unprecedented bias as they value loyalty over competency.
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UPDATE (4/12, 12:19 AM PST): All the binders are now available online: Binder #1, Binder #2 and Binder #3. In the event that the information is taken down or the site is unavailable, a download mirror will be provided so that the documents will always be available.
UPDATE 2 (10:47 PM PST): After “probably a couple of . . . → Read More: UPDATE: Transparency is Easy
Former Los Osos Community Services District Director Richard LeGros’ stinging press release on Thursday, April 1, announcing the Taxpayers Watch settlement was peculiar. It was peculiar because LeGros misinterpreted the terms of his own settlement. Unsurprisingly, LeGros’ vitriol toward the “CSD5″ overwhelms any substance that might be found in this incomplete agreement.
LeGros claimed that the settlement recovered $1,310,301.52 that had been “misappropriated” by the “CSD5,” when it doesn’t actually say that at all.
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