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Senator calls for assessment of Diablo Power Plant closure

Bill to determine economic impact of Diablo Canyon closure goes to governor’s desk – Legislation to help assess the economic impact of the Diablo Canyon […]Full Article

City planning commission to address marijuana regulations

Proposed ordinance would regulate personal, medical and commercial use –The Paso Robles Planning Commission will hold a special meeting on Aug. 30, at 6:30 p.m. […]Full Article

Q&A with Bob Rollins – Paso Robles Planning Commission chairman

In this Q&A we’re going to learn a little bit about what the Paso Robles Planning Commission does but we’re also going to get to […]Full Article

Council approves funding for main street association, chamber of commerce, wine alliance

$50,000 of additional funding awarded to nonprofits –At their Tuesday night Paso Robles City Council meeting, the council authorized the extension and expanded funding for […]Full Article

County supervisors support candidate for supervisor

Three members of board voice support —Former Deputy District Attorney and candidate for Assembly, Jordan Cunningham, has earned support from three members of the San […]Full Article

General election nomination period deadline approaching

Deadline is Aug. 12 –According to San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong, business has been brisk for candidate filing for school and special […]Full Article

City works to enhance economic development

Monthly update from Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin –It’s been busy in your city recently. Here’s what’s up. I’m pleased to announce we have accomplished […]Full Article

Residents request city take formal position against Phillips 66 rail spur

Concerns voiced at Tuesday night’s Paso Robles City Council meeting –The Paso Robles City Council heard concerns from the community about the Phillips 66 oil […]Full Article

Councilman announces campaign for re-election

Paso Robles Mayor Pro-Tem Fred Strong running again – Paso Robles City Councilman and Mayor Pro-Tern Fred Strong has filed his statement of intent to seek […]Full Article

Board of supervisors place 9-year, half-percent sales tax on November ballot

Measure proposes countywide sales tax to fund local and regional transportation priorities –The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors took the final step in […]Full Article
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