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Letter: We are making the homeless too comfortable

To the editor, This is in response to the visitor from Hawaii commenting on the homeless people hanging out in our downtown park. I totally […]Full Article

Letter: Distressed to see the state of homelessness in Paso Robles

To the editor, I’ve just returned home after a delightful two-week visit to Paso Robles, visiting restaurants, wineries, going to the movie theater and seeing […]Full Article

Letter: The wine industry in Paso Robles is not a ‘one-trick pony’

To the editor, –Listening to Tuesday night’s public hearing as the city council revisited the short rental ruling I was very surprised to hear some […]Full Article

Letter: STRs have a massive financial impact on Paso Robles

To the editor, To date, neither the City Council nor the STR naysayers not the STR proponents have put a number on the true economic […]Full Article

Letter: Why destroy such an important part of Paso Robles tourism infrastructure?

Letter submitted to Paso Robles City Councilmembers: Hi, Steve/Fred/Maria/Tom/Warren, we were shocked by your recent votes to ban short-term rentals in Paso’s R1-zone, which includes […]Full Article

Letter: Council’s decision to ban STRs from residential areas protects residents

To the editor,  Your editorial on vacation rentals (June 10) perpetuates the fallacy that prohibiting non-hosted short-term rentals (STRs) in the R-1 (single-family) zone somehow […]Full Article

Editorial: City council made mistake in prohibiting vacation rentals in residential areas

The city of Paso Robles has been struggling with how to deal with short-term vacation rentals since the dawn of websites like Airbnb and VRBO, […]Full Article

Mayor’s blog talks parking, power, short-term rentals

From the blog of Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin. –It’s been a busy couple of months in our little town. The Council has wrestled with […]Full Article

Letter: Back to the 1950s

To the editor, I moved here 10 years ago to what looked like a burgeoning town about to be the next Napa. Nothing much has […]Full Article

Creston residents pen ‘open letter’ to Board of Supervisors regarding cannabis ordinances

Submitted by Jim and Michelle Wortner, Creston Area Residents   SLO County Supervisors Peschong, Gibson, Hill, Compton and Arnold: The purpose of this letter is […]Full Article