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KCBX: City works to save trees during drought

Central Coast cities working to keep urban forests alive amidst drought – State water officials are concerned our historic drought could be killing millions of […]Full Article

Supervisor Frank Mecham endorses Cunningham for assembly

— Former Deputy District Attorney and candidate for Assembly, Jordan Cunningham (R-Templeton) has received the endorsement of former Paso Robles Mayor and current San Luis […]Full Article

$3.5 million road projects completed

Union Road bike lanes and park-and-ride lot both ready for public use – Two road projects are completed in Paso Robles — one to smooth the […]Full Article

Public hearings on groundwater basin set for Aug. 20, Sept. 17

– On August 20, at 5:30 p.m. at the Paso Robles Events Center’s Adelaide Room, in Paso Robles, the Local Agency Formation Commission will conduct […]Full Article

City approves start of fee increase process for solid waste removal

  – At Tuesday night’s Paso Robles City Council meeting, the council voted unanimously to move forward the process to allow an increase in rates […]Full Article

Mayor tours damage caused from rainwater, mud

– Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin did a tour this morning of the areas in the city most affected by the recent record-breaking storm. In […]Full Article

City takes first step towards using recycled wastewater

–  Paso Robles City Council recently approved a contract to prepare the final plans and specifications for a wastewater tertiary treatment plant that will allow […]Full Article

Survey shows strong support for local water district

A new local organization, Citizens Advocating for Local Management of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin (CALM), announced today the results of a ten question survey emailed […]Full Article

Santa Barbara mayor raises $225,000 for her congressional campaign

– In her bid to replace Lois Capps for California’s 24th Congressional District seat, Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider recently announced that her campaign raised over […]Full Article

Council approves fees for excessive water use, authorizes continuation of lawn rebate program

– At Tuesday night’s Paso Robles City Council meeting, in order to comply with the Governor’s mandatory water conservation order, an ordinance establishing excessive water […]Full Article
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