Compton's problem child: As Oceano's two advisory councils continue bickering, SLO County supervisors could pull the plug on one

Compton's problem child: As Oceano's two advisory councils continue bickering, SLO County supervisors could pull the plug on one

Twenty-six years after setting up advisory councils, the SLO County Board of Supervisors is about to discuss withdrawing recognition of one that has existed since the beginning. Following years of belligerent interactions with its critics…

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