The McClatchy Co. Although Tribune President and Publisher Chip Visci refused to comment, a June 16 staff report announced plans to lay off five Tribune employees by the end of June. Since last year, 17 people have been cut from payroll. The Tribune currently employs 189 people.
A university lecturer and the Paso Robles mayor each ousted pro-growth incumbents on the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors in the June 3 election. Although they won’t take office until January, the supervisors-elect said the election results indicate their constituents want a new direction for the county, especially on development and economic issues. Read More →