Heidi Harmon won the race for San Luis Obispo Mayor by a landslide with about 52.34% of the vote.
Tag: Jan Marx
Andy Pease and Jan Marx lead in SLO City Council race
Updated with new vote counts at 10:30 p.m. At the end of election night, Andy Pease and Jan Marx were leading with 8,002 votes and 6,682 votes respectively for the two city council seats up for election. County Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong released the results of 117,974 ballots at about 11:13 p.m. on Nov. 3 […]
Mustang News Now: 1-minute update
Mustang News Editor-in-Chief Celina Oseguera has the news headlines you need to know this week.
Next steps for former mayor Jan Marx
In one of the tightest mayoral races in San Luis Obispo history, former mayor Jan Marx lost to Heidi Harmon by 47 votes. After leaving her seat as leader of the council, Marx reflected on her time in office, her hopes for the future of the city and her plans outside of government in the […]
Heidi Harmon inaugurated as SLO mayor, new city council members sworn in
There was a sense of exodus and new beginnings as Jan Marx led her last city council meeting as mayor of San Luis Obispo on Friday at City Hall. Over 300 members of the community gathered at noon to watch the mayoral inauguration of Heidi Harmon, welcome new city council members Andy Pease and Aaron […]
Election 2016 livestream
Stay up-to-date with local results. Tune in to Mustang News’ election 2016 livestream.
Everything you need to know about the election
Read up on the state props, San Luis Obispo mayoral and city council candidates and the presidential candidates.
Marx and Harmon: Two candidates, one mayoral seat
Read up on how each candidate stands on issues like student housing and the Rental Housing Inspection Program.
City Council cracks down on unruly gatherings, allows UPD to enforce off campus
Just in time to ring in the new school year, the San Luis Obispo City Council unanimously approved two items responding to ongoing noise and unruly behavior complaints in residential areas near Cal Poly. The two items approved were amendments to the city’s code regarding unruly gatherings — mostly meant to crack down on unregistered […]
Oh, SNAP: Why you may want to keep it down the next time you turn up
Welcome to the Student Neighborhood Assistance Program, or SNAP.
The Right Angle: More than a rooftop
The “St. Fratty’s Day” Party revealed more than just a weak rooftop.