Steve Lopez – The mystery of the missing campaign signs, and how they tie back to the Coastal Commission
Steve Lopez wrote an article that was published on Wednesday in the LA Times regarding our signsLearn
Why are we saying NO to Howell?
We have serious concerns over the performance and personal integrity of Pismo Beach City Council member Erik Howell, who also is a commissioner on the California Coastal Commission. His actions as a commissioner reflect the fact that our conclusions regarding his performance and personal integrity are well-founded – they provide evidence that he places his own personal interest and political ambitions above the public interest.
- Under investigation by FPPC
- Was the only vote against Pismo's building moratorium
- Lawsuit filed against him for failing to disclose ex parte communications
The Phillips 66 Rail project discussion has been ongoing. On September 15, 2015, the Phillip 66 Rail Spur Extension Comment Letter was on the Pismo Beach City Council Meeting Agenda as item 7A. City Manager Lewis presented the staff report and recommended that the Council send a letter to the San Luis Obispo County Planning […]
The San Luis Obispo Tribune published their endorsement for Erik Howell but overall it was lackluster. For starters, the Tribune states they like what Howell has to say about water and that he supports focusing conservation efforts on the biggest users, such as hotels, schools and city facilities. But what about the fact that he […]
UPDATE: We are currently out of signs. Thank you all for your support. We are overwhelmed by the number of requests! If you are interested in helping us in other ways, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you everyone who have requested signs from us, the response and support has been overwhelming! Please make […]