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Cuesta College gears up for bond measure

Special board of trustees meeting set to discuss potential bond measure On July 29, a special Cuesta College Board of Trustees meeting will be held […]Full Article

Governor signs Achadjian’s law to ensure timely reporting of illegal firearm owners

Friday morning, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1591 by local Assemblyman (R-San Luis Obispo) in to law. Having received unanimous, bipartisan support in the […]Full Article

City council deadlocked on mobile medical marijuana ban

Update July 16, 2014: The Paso Robles City Council failed to pass a new ban on mobile medical marijuana distributors in a 2-2 vote. Mayor […]Full Article

Steve Gregory running for city council

Paso Robles Planning Commission member Steve Gregory announced last week that he is running for one of the two open Paso Robles City Council seats […]Full Article

Local water groups pull support of AB 2453

Two local groups that joined forces to support a proposed Paso Robles Basin Water District have pulled their support of a bill at the state […]Full Article

Mayor Picanco running for council seat

Paso Robles Mayor Duane Picanco announced this week his plan to not run for re-election, but rather to run for a city council seat in […]Full Article

Councilman Ed Steinbeck not seeking re-election

Paso Robles City Councilman Ed Steinbeck announced today his decision to not run for re-election. His term on the council expires at the end of […]Full Article

300-acre commercial and residential Gateway Project canceled

Update July 2, 2014: The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday night to cancel a 300-acre annexation and development. The city terminated an application for […]Full Article

County clerk-recorder’s north county office is relocating

The San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder’s north county office is relocating to the second floor of the new Atascadero Library located at 6555 Capistrano Avenue […]Full Article

Former local congressman elected House majority leader

House Republicans reshaped their leadership team Thursday, promoting Rep. Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield to majority leader, following the surprise primary defeat of Rep. Eric Cantor […]Full Article
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