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Mayor talks economic development, affordable housing, retirement liabilities

–Economic development, affordable housing and unfunded retirement liabilities top the list of things we are talking about in this edition of the Mayor’s Column. Sustaining […]Full Article

Fred Strong recognized with regional leadership and excellence award

–On monday, the National Association of Regional Councils presented its 2017 General Achievement and Leadership Awards at its 51st Annual Conference and Exhibition Gala Dinner […]Full Article

Assemblyman’s agenda includes marijuana safety laws, Diablo desalination plant water use

–Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R- Templeton) has announced that key pieces of his legislative agenda cleared the full Assembly last week with bi-partisan votes. The bills […]Full Article

Cunningham calls on legislature to fully fund career technical education

–Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-Templeton) has called on the Legislature to fully fund Career Technical Education (CTE) programs in California’s high schools. In a letter to […]Full Article

City council to review controversial bike lanes

Following a number of complaints and inquiries about new bike lanes on Skyview Drive and Montebello Oaks Drive, the Paso Robles City Council will be […]Full Article

86-year-old Atascadero woman facing charges of violating election code

Edith Knight allegedly made phone calls to ‘would be voters’ from a polling place on election day –Edith Knight, an 86-year old Atascadero resident, will face […]Full Article

Bill to require safety training for truck drivers passes state senate

The California State Senate this week passed Senate Bill 158 by Senator Bill Monning (D-Carmel), Paso Robles’ representative in the State Senate. The bill aims […]Full Article

Committees approve key Cunningham legislation

Legislation addresses water supply for the Central Coast as well as drug-impaired driving Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-Templeton) announced today key legislation has been approved by […]Full Article

City council lifts water use restrictions

Action follows governor’s lifting of drought rules The Paso Robles City Council on Tuesday modified the city’s water use restrictions to a “Level 1” condition […]Full Article

Mark Borjon reappointed to Mid-State Fair Board of Directors

California Governor Jerry Brown recently announced that Anthony “Mark” Borjon, 61, of Creston, has been reappointed to the 16th District Agricultural Association, California Mid-State Fair […]Full Article
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