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City Council approves new land subdivisions

City Council approves new land subdivisions The Paso Robles City Council recently approved the subdivision of four commercial/industrial lots on the eastern end of Wisteria […]Full Article

Facilities Master Plan, Audit Report, and partnership with Chamber on school district agenda

Facilities Master Plan, Audit Report, and partnership with Chamber on school district agenda      The Templeton Unified School District (TUSD) Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday, […]Full Article

In Response to Ruling, Assemblyman to Reintroduce Proposal to Protect Rape Victims

Responding to a troubling ruling this week by the state Court of Appeals invalidating a rape conviction, Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian of San Luis Obispo announced Friday that […]Full Article

Chris Iversen appointed by Paso Robles City Council to county committee

City Council appointed Chris Iversen as the City’s representative to the Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee at its regular meeting Dec. 4, 2012. The Committee advises the San Luis […]Full Article

Council approves $54,472 to repair Pioneer Park restrooms

The city has stepped in to finish the job after a volunteer group made a diligent, but incomplete, attempt to repair the bathrooms at Pioneer […]Full Article

Fitch Downgrades Nacimiento Water bonds

Fitch Downgrades Water Bonds to A+ from AA- Fitch Ratings has downgraded the rating on the Nacimiento Water Project debt to ‘A+’ from ‘AA-‘. There […]Full Article

Citizens wanted for tax oversight committee

The City of Paso Robles is accepting applications for appointment to the Supplemental Sales Tax Oversight Committee. The supplemental tax oversight committee will function as […]Full Article

How to win a school board election

By Scott Brennan Dec. 19, 2012 — In November seven challengers campaigned for four seats open on the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Governing […]Full Article

City attorney named among top 25 in state

The Daily Journal this month named Paso Robles City Attorney Iris Yang on of its “Top 25” municipal lawyers in California for 2012.’ Yang, an […]Full Article

City council leaders sworn in

The re-elected mayor and two city councilmen were sworn in at the regular meeting of the Paso Robles City Council on Tuesday. Incumbent mayor Duane […]Full Article