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
Since the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors nixed Los Osos wastewater project updates, County Public Works worked on their response to the California Coastal Commission’s substantial issues. On Tuesday, it was revealed that the County sent 500+ pages to the Coastal Commission for review. If you want a copy, you are more than welcome to drive to Santa Cruz and pay $300 for printed copies or you can read the materials at the Public Works office. Bring your best reading glasses. They won’t let you take it home. Adding insult to injury, the County has declined to post their documents online at the LOWWP web site. According to sources who have read the documents, the County’s response to the substantial issues is nothing more than 500 pages of recycled verbage that was sent to CC staff previously.
Continue reading TRANSPARENCY UPDATE: County Fails to Post Coastal Response →
Pull the curtains. Draw the shades. The issue of transparency is no longer playing a part in the Los Osos wastewater project. Why? Is the $165 million sewer, to be paid for by only 4,500 homeowners, not an issue that beckons the need for San Luis Obispo County government to be open, honest and forthcoming with this selected group of homeowners? November 2009 was the last month that included a project update that was publicly considered by your board. December 15th was the last time County Public Works wrote something about the wastewater project on their blog. It would seem like the project has vanished into thin air — as if the issue is over and done with, as least as far as Board of Supervisors Chairman Frank Mecham and his crew are concerned. How is that even possible? By what brand of logic?
Continue reading County Revokes Transparency →