Proudly serving the people of San Luis Obispo County’s 4th District.
I believe San Luis Obispo County is a very special place, and it is my privilege to serve as your 4th District County Supervisor.
For more than 20 years, I’ve been a South County resident and a small business owner. All too often I’ve seen how poor policies, pushed by special interest groups, have harmed small businesses and interfered with our families and our way of life here in the county.
Since my election to office in 2014, I’ve put my experience as an independent businesswoman, my knowledge of the agriculture industry, and my passion for our region to work, championing policies to improve the quality of life for the people of San Luis Obispo County and specifically those living in the 4th district, as we seem to always be overlooked.
I’m seeking reelection in 2018 because I sincerely believe that there is still work to be done in order to move San Luis Obispo County forward. I hope you will continue to entrust me with the job as your Supervisor and ask that you join me in my reelection campaign.
I truly believe that we need common sense policies that create local jobs, build safe neighborhoods, protect taxpayers and encourage new investment in our community, while sustainably managing our water and other natural resources, while preserving our County’s scenic beauty.
I am proud to call San Luis Obispo County home and want to make sure we all have opportunities to not only survive, but thrive here. It is my hope you’ll join me in fighting for San Luis Obispo County families for the next 5 years.
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This year voters in south San Luis Obispo County have the opportunity to keep an extraordinary woman on the county board of supervisors, which is the reason I am supporting Lynn Compton in the June election.
Compton is qualified for countless reasons, but for me she stands above other candidates in three specific areas.
First, Compton knows our community and its needs. For 25 years, she has lived in South County. She built a successful business while raising her daughters and donating her time to community organizations. As a result, she understands the needs of our community.
Secondly, during her more than four years as a member of the board of supervisor, Compton has worked tirelessly on behalf of South County residents. She has supported programs to reduce homelessness, promoted plans for more parks and voted for more law enforcement personnel in South County.
Finally, Compton is an intelligent, honest, compassionate and ethical candidate. I urge District 4 voters to join me in supporting and voting for Supervisor Lynn Compton on June 5.
Has the letter been published? Nope.
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While it appears most politicians are focused on protecting their jobs, and not the taxpayer, Supervisor Lynn Compton shines.
Compton has worked diligently to promote our local economy. She is practical, fiscally conservative and ethical.
Her opponent Jimmy Paulding, on the other hand, is using fear mongering to garner votes. He appears to ignore not only recent scientific studies that there no toxic levels of crystalline silica blowing from the dunes on to the Mesa, but also the devastating economic impacts that shutting the Oceano Dunes State Park would have on the entire county.
Looking over his donor list, almost all live in Trilogy, a neighborhood on the Mesa whose residents have been told off-road vehicles on the Oceano Dunes are making them ill. Supervisors Hill and Gibson have battled to shut down the dunes, and Paulding would be a third vote.
Paulding wants to increase the fees developers pay to build homes, which he says will promote low-cost housing. But it makes no sense that increasing the cost of building a home will create low-cost housing.
Compton wants less out of our paychecks and more in our pockets. Please vote for fiscal responsibility, vote for Supervisor Lynn Compton.
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Despite the series of organized letters intended to defame Supervisor Lynn Compton, one might think she has kicked us Oceanans in the teeth. Hardly.
Compton has been the most responsive Supervisor that Oceano has seen in quite some time.
Just look at what she’s done for us: secured $200,000 in grants to construct sidewalks on Paso Robles and Wilmar Streets, $450,000 of competitive active transportation funds for community improvements, and $1,000,000 for the East Side Revitalization Plan. Plus a $3,000,000 FEMA Grant for resolving community drainage issues is on the way, not to mention her efforts to help finance school programs to benefit our youth.
Lynn is committed to securing more funding for our biggest project: fixing Front St. While it hasn’t helped that 11 different local, state, and federal agencies have to approve the plans for that project, she is determined to stay the course until that project is completed.
So who’s more responsive to those of us who live in Oceano? No contest. It’s Lynn Compton and we need her to be there to deliver the benefits our community needs and deserves.