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03Apr2018

SLO Tribune: Letters: Who’s buying Jimmy Paulding?

Beginning March 6 and running up to the June primary, candidates are required to file Fair Political Practices Commission reports notifying the public of large political donations of $1,000 or more given to a candidate. Such donations must be reported within 24 hours of receiving that donation. The purpose is to identify any large contribution,
  • 3 Apr, 2018
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02Apr2018

SLO Tribune: Letters: For civility in county government, vote for Lynn Compton

I am so tired of the political bullying and lack of civility in county government. For years, supervisors Adam Hill and Bruce Gibson were on the winning side of most votes. Even so, they regularly demeaned and bullied constituents who voiced opposing views. But then they lost their majority and a new board chair was
  • 2 Apr, 2018
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30Mar2018

SLO Tribune: Letters: Jimmy Paulding needs to do his homework

I read Jimmy Paulding’s arguments against Lynn Compton on his website, and it is clear he is either completely uninformed or attempting to manipulate voters. Paulding discounts Compton’s success in bringing developer impact fees for parks back to Nipomo. Paulding labels Lynn’s success as a “shifting of taxpayer dollars from one pocket to another.” Developer
  • 30 Mar, 2018
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02Mar2018

SLO Tribune: Letters: South County is better because of Lynn Compton

As the mother of twin girls born in Nipomo, Supervisor Lynn Compton is acutely aware of the shortage of parks in Nipomo. Working on behalf of our children, she was able to procure funds for a Nipomo skate park, Jack’s Helping Hand park, the Dana Adobe and the Nipomo Community Park. While supervisors Adam Hill
  • 2 Mar, 2018
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