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County seeks $2.2 million from Nacimiento Pipeline contactor

Taxpayer money initially will be used for pipeline repairs The county of San Luis Obispo is seeking reimbursement for the cost of repairs and investigation […] Full Article

City wins green innovation award for 21st St.

The City of Paso Robles was recognized Friday evening by the US Green Building Council of the Central Coast Chapter (USGB-C4) for its innovative low […] Full Article

Council starts process for trash hauling rate increase

Rates could increase about 14 percent in three years The Paso Robles City Council voted 5-0 to begin the Proposition 218 process to consider rate increases proposed […] Full Article

Assemblyman and county supervisor host holiday gathering

The public is invited to join local State Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian and San Luis Obispo County First District Supervisor Frank Mecham for a holiday gathering […] Full Article

Steve Gregory appointed to fill city council seat

Martin sworn in as mayor, Hamon and Reed sworn in to council seats Paso Robles Planning Commissioner Steve Gregory was appointed Tuesday night to the city […] Full Article

City holds workshop on building permit process

The Paso Robles Building Department is holding a Building Plan Check Audit workshop Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. in the Paso Robles Library Conference […] Full Article

Cities ask pet owners to scoop the poop

In an effort to satisfy state stormwater regulations and improve water quality in our local waterways, several Central Coast communities associated with the Central Coast […] Full Article

Council continues 12th St. improvements to future meeting

Residents ask for another public meeting before council makes decision After hearing multiple comments from the public and discussing different options for improvements to 12 […] Full Article

Lois Capps praises president’s executive order on immigration

Rep. Lois Capps (D-Santa Barbara) released this week the following statement on President Obama’s announcement that he will use an executive order to grant refuge […] Full Article

City bans psychoactive bath salts, incense and spice

New ordinance would go in effect in early 2015 The Paso Robles City Council approved, 5-0, an amendment to the municipal code to ban psychoactive […] Full Article