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School district votes to conduct financial investigation of previous leadership

–Tuesday night, the Paso Robles School District Trustees voted to hire Eide Bailly accounting firm to conduct a fraud investigation into the dealings of the […]Full Article

Paso Robles City Council meeting highlights from Oct. 1

Highlights from the Paso Robles City Council meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019, as submitted by the City of Paso Robles, are as follows. The […]Full Article

Dozens of evicted Grand View Apartment tenants plead for help from city council

–Several dozen tenants evicted from the Grand View Apartments on Spring Street near 2nd Street crowded into the Paso Robles City Council meeting Tuesday night […]Full Article

Owners of existing short term rentals can apply now for permits

Submitted by the City of Paso Robles –Starting Sept. 9 short-term rental (STR) permit applications will be accepted only from owners in possession of an […]Full Article

Council discusses public works, parking program

Highlights from the Paso Robles City Council meeting –At the outset of Tuesday night’s Paso Robles City Council meeting Mayor Steve Martin proclaimed this Constitution […]Full Article

Applications available for Paso Robles Airport commission

–The City of Paso Robles will accept applications for appointment to the Paso Robles Airport Commission until 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17. The commission serves […]Full Article

Applications available for Supplemental Tax Oversight Committee

–The City of Paso Robles Supplemental Tax Oversight Committee is currently accepting applications to fill several open seats of the seven-member committee. In 2012, citizens […]Full Article

Governor Newsom grants executive clemency

–Governor Gavin Newsom today yesterday that he has granted 21 commutations. The California Constitution gives the Governor the authority to grant clemency, including in the […]Full Article

Council members endorse Democrat John Laird

–John Laird (D-Santa Cruz), a candidate for California State Senate representing District 17, announced last week that he has been endorsed by city council members […]Full Article

Paso Robles City Council discusses riverbed cleanup, tourism

–The Paso Robles City Council met Thursday night, rather than Tuesday night, to allow council members and others to return from weekend getaways over Labor […]Full Article
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