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Governor signs bill lowering blood alcohol limit for Uber, Lyft drivers

Bill authored by local assemblyman, district attorney – Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill (AB) 2687 Thursday, lowering the legal limit for blood alcohol concentration […]Full Article

Windrose Farm to host meet and greet with supervisor candidate

Business will host meet and greet with Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin —Windrose Farm of Paso Robles will host a meet and greet afternoon social for […]Full Article

City creates task force to address medical marijuana

Interested community members can apply at the city clerk’s office –The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday night to create a task force to address […]Full Article

Steve Martin announces endorsements for supervisor

Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin announced today a growing list of endorsements from local leaders in his bid to become the next San Luis Obispo […]Full Article

City studies Highway 46 and Union Road interchange options

City looking for cost-effective circulation improvements –The Paso Robles City Council and city staff held a workshop Thursday night to study the future of traffic […]Full Article

Cities ask state to require PG&E to address impacts of nuclear plant closure

–A coalition of six cities including San Luis Obispo, Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, and Pismo Beach are asking the California Public Utilities […]Full Article

Governor approves $10 million for Nacimiento-San Antonio tunnel

–Governor Jerry Brown this week signed Senate Bill 831 allocating $10 million from the state’s general fund for construction of an interlake tunnel from Lake […]Full Article

Local leaders endorse Cunningham for State Assembly

–Several local elected leaders have endorsed Republican Jordan Cunningham of Templeton for California State Assembly, the candidate announced this week. Cunningham is running for the […]Full Article

Nancy Wheeler-Smith appointed Mid-State Fair director

Governor Jerry Brown announced today he has appointed Nancy Wheeler-Smith, 52, of Templeton, to the 16th District Agricultural Association, California Mid-State Fair Board of Directors. Wheeler-Smith […]Full Article

Friends and mayors: Martin and O’Malley

Just as two heads are better than one when it comes to problem-solving, two mayors can serve their communities more effectively when they work together. […]Full Article
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