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Shirley Bianchi Click to view article, County of San Luis Obispo’s Statement on Death of Shirley Bianchi

County of San Luis Obispo’s Statement on Death of Shirley Bianchi

Today the County Board of Supervisors issued statements regarding the death of former District 2 Supervisor Shirley Bianchi.

Dawn Ortiz-Legg is sworn in at the Clerk-Recorder's Office as the County's District 3 Supervisor. Click to view article, County Now Accepting District 3 Planning Commissioner Applications

County Now Accepting District 3 Planning Commissioner Applications

Community members interested in influencing land use decisions in the unincorporated areas of San Luis Obispo County are encouraged to apply by Dec. 16 to serve on the County’s Planning Commission.

The County of San Luis Obispo Board chambers, empty. Click to view article, Dawn Ortiz-Legg to Succeed Adam Hill on County Board of Supervisors

Dawn Ortiz-Legg to Succeed Adam Hill on County Board of Supervisors

Governor Newsom announces appointment of County Planning Commissioner to vacant seat

Cloudy day in San Simeon, an old schoolhouse surrounded by a picket fence in an open field Click to view article, Outlook: County Anticipates $12-22 Million Budget Gap Next Year

Outlook: County Anticipates $12-22 Million Budget Gap Next Year

While expenses are growing at expected rates, revenue growth is expected to shrink.

Cloudy day in San Simeon, an old schoolhouse surrounded by a picket fence in an open field Click to view article, Outlook: County Anticipates $12-22 Million Budget Gap Next Year

Outlook: County Anticipates $12-22 Million Budget Gap Next Year

While expenses are growing at expected rates, revenue growth is expected to shrink.