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Transit authority proposes increasing Runabout fares

Increase is due to increased demand, representative says Regional Transit Authority presented a proposal to increase Runabout fares at the Paso Robles City Council meeting […]Full Article

Council approves design of new long-term parking lot

Site of former Boatel Mini-Storage to become public lot Paso Robles will have a new long-term parking lot at the site of the former Boatel […]Full Article

Resident gets help from city to slow down neighborhood traffic

Local resident Raul Torres spoke to the Paso Robles City Council at its last meeting and asked for help with traffic speeding through his Montebello […]Full Article

Council approves Lake Nacimiento water recovery well

Paso Robles City Council gives go-ahead for $245,000 construction contract At their Sept. 2 meeting, members of the Paso Robles City Council passed approval for […]Full Article

Candidate John Hamon hosting campaign kick-off

City Councilman John Hamon is kicking off his re-election campaign this week with an event downtown. He’s hosting a social on Thursday from 5-7 p.m. […]Full Article

San Miguel Community Service District board fires manager

The San Miguel Community Services District Board voted recently to fire its district manager, Dan Gilmore, Cal Coast News reports. On Aug. 28 at 6 […]Full Article

Jim Reed enters second bid for Paso Robles City Council

Local businessman hopes to change direction of city After losing his first bid for Paso Robles City Council in 2012, Jim Reed is back at […]Full Article

Council appoints new members to Tourism Advisory Committee

City is also establishing a Tourism Resource Council The Paso Robles City Council appointed two new “at large” members to its Tourism Collaboration Committee (TCC), […]Full Article

Veterans meet congresswoman at Atascadero Elks Lodge

About 150 veterans turned out at the Atascadero Elks Lodge Thursday for a meeting sponsored by Congresswoman Lois Capps. On hand were representatives from several […]Full Article

Council approves providing emergency water to rural residents

The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday night to allow city water to be sold to rural residents. Paso Robles Water Resources Manager Christopher Alakel […]Full Article
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