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Capps co-drafts bipartisan early hearing detection bill

Today Kentucky Republican Congressman Brett Guthrie and Central Coast Democratic Congresswoman Lois Capps announced the introduction of H.R. 1344, or the Early Hearing Detection and […] Full Article

City council will discuss Phillips 66 oil train project

Rail issue will be placed on a future agenda After being tasked with researching Phillips 66’s rail spur project that could result in multiple oil […] Full Article

City to re-ballot for Landscape and Lighting District

Affected property owners will have the chance to weigh-in at future meetings To make up for some Paso Robles Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District sub-areas […] Full Article

City council approves streets to be improved over next 5 years

The Paso Robles City Council, at it’s meeting Tuesday night approved a five-year schedule for road improvements for the city. The road improvements will be funded […] Full Article

City council allocates $28,720 for homeless shelter

The Paso Robles City Council allocated $28,720 to the El Camino Homeless Organization (ECHO). ECHO is a homeless shelter and services organization based in Atascadero […] Full Article

Capps co-sponsors bill to help veterans access care

Today, Rep. Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara, announced that she has co-sponsored legislation that would make it easier for Central Coast veterans to access the care […] Full Article

Supervisors approve ag water conservation offset ordinance

Program to replace urgency ordinance In another hearing about what to do about the severity of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin, the San Luis Obispo […] Full Article

Assemblyman Achadjian honored as Legislator of the Year by the California special districts

Special districts in San Luis Obispo County and across the state are recognizing local Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian as the 2014 Legislator of the Year. Achadjian […] Full Article

City goal setting workshop March 21

Every two years, the Paso Robles City Council adopts goals to guide city financial planning and progress toward strategic objectives. Goal development is the result […] Full Article

City council appoints two new planning commissioners

The Paso Robles City Council appointed two new planning commissioners on Tuesday evening. Scott Brennan and Thomas Burgett were selected for the commission after the […] Full Article