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Volunteers wanted for city planning commission

The City of Paso Robles is now accepting applications for appointment to the Planning Commission. Appointments will be for 3-year terms expiring February 28, 2018. […] Full Article

Paso Robles fire battalion chief leaves post

Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services announced today the departure of long-time employee, Battalion Chief Kevin Taylor. Taylor leaves to accept the Deputy Fire Chief […] Full Article

Capps backs bill to provide drought-related aid

On Tuesday, Rep. Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara, joined Rep. Grace Napolitano and 14 of her California colleagues to introduce the Water in the 21st Century […] Full Article

Council discusses tourism, police, city pool, roads

Paso Robles City Council’s first meeting of the year was light, but not unfruitful. Here is a wrap up of the council’s action on Tuesday […] Full Article

Paso Robles’ fire insurance rating improves

Many business and home owners in Paso Robles will likely receive a reduction in property insurance rates after the city received improved ratings on its […] Full Article

City hires new director of community development

The City of Paso Robles announced this week that Warren Frace has accepted appointment as Paso Robles Director of Community Development. He will start working for […] Full Article

Duane Picanco reflects on 32 years of service to Paso Robles

After serving 24 years as a Paso Robles city council member and mayor, Duane Picanco is now enjoying a life of retirement. He served as […] Full Article

Gibson takes lead of Paso Robles school board

After winning another term on the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District in November, local insurance agent Field Gibson was selected as the school board’s […] Full Article

New city councilmen are ready to make a difference

Jim Reed and Steve Gregory excited for coming years on council The two open seats for Paso Robles City Council were closely contested. Incumbent John […] Full Article

Paso Robles aquifers could drop another 70 feet over 30 years

Supervisors to get presentation and discuss water basin issue in January Even with the county of San Luis Obispo’s emergency ordinance in place that prohibits […] Full Article