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City bans psychoactive bath salts, incense and spice

New ordinance would go in effect in early 2015 The Paso Robles City Council approved, 5-0, an amendment to the municipal code to ban psychoactive […]Full Article

Council approves new logo for city tourism

New branding goes in effect in February The Paso Robles City Council approved a new tourism logo proposed at its meeting on Tuesday. The design […]Full Article

John Hamon, Jim Reed win council seats in final count

Updated Nov. 19, at 6:50 p.m.: Incumbent John Hamon and challenger Jim Reed won Paso Robles City Council seats in this month’s elections according to […]Full Article

City holds workshop on building permit process

The Paso Robles Building Department is holding a Building Plan Check Audit workshop Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. in the Paso Robles Library Conference […]Full Article

Republican women meeting Nov. 17

The Paso Robles Republican Women Federated will be meeting at noon on Monday, Nov. 17, at the Paso Robles Golf Club located at 1600 Country […]Full Article

City changes health insurance carrier, saves $180,000

The Paso Robles City Council unanimously approved health insurance contracts for all employee groups and elected officials for 2015 at its meeting on Nov. 4. The city’s […]Full Article

Gearhart, Hall, Gibson lead race for school board

Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Governing Board has two new members, Timothy “Tim” Gearhart and Kathleen Y. Hall, as well as returning Field Gibson. […]Full Article

New faces join community services districts in North County

All incumbents for Heritage Ranch, San Miguel and Templeton CSDs get re-elected Tuesday’s general election added new faces, along with some old ones, to community services […]Full Article

Cuesta College’s bond Measure L passes

Updated Nov. 5, 8:48 a.m.: San Luis Obispo County voters yesterday approved Measure L, a $275 million local education bond measure, paving the way for […]Full Article

Atascadero City Council remains unchanged for another two years

Voters passed two measures that would increase the sales and property tax Though both voters and candidates were nervously awaiting the results of yesterday’s general election, […]Full Article
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