Paso Robles News|Monday, June 14, 2021
You are here: Home » Politics
  • Follow Us!


City joins schools in support of ag education grants

The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday to join with the Paso Robles Unified School District Board of Trustees in urging California Governor Jerry Brown […] Full Article

Council approves minor speed limit changes

The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday night to approve a number of changes to posted speed limits on various road segments throughout town. The […] Full Article

Amendments to water management plan move forward

By Randol White KCBX The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday afternoon to move forward with beefing up the Paso Robles […] Full Article

Democrat Heidi Harmon challenging Achadjian

San Luis Obispo County resident Heidi Harmon announced today her candidacy for California’s 35th Assembly District seat, representing Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Grover Beach, Guadalupe, Lompoc, […] Full Article

Congresswoman votes against ENFORCE Act

Rep. Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara, voted Wednesday against the ENFORCE Act, a law she says is flawed. Instead of addressing the need for comprehensive immigration […] Full Article

Sen. Monning proposes law mandating report on rates of chronic truancy

On Monday, local Sen. Bill Monning, D-Carmel, joined with state Attorney General Kamala Harris to introduce legislation that will require the attorney general’s Office to […] Full Article

Covello gets major endorsements for DA

Paso Robles police chief among supporters of Tony Covello Arroyo Grande Mayor Tony Ferrara, San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx and Morro Bay Mayor Jamie […] Full Article

Proposed water district hits obstacle in Sacramento

Local leaders meeting with Sacramento politicians this week walked away disappointed after hearing their proposal to form a groundwater basin district may not clear legal […] Full Article

City rescinds historic status of home built in 1893

The city council agreed this week to remove a house built in 1893 from the city’s Historic Resources Inventory. The brick and masonry house is […] Full Article

Moratorium on new wells in city extended 2 years

Update March 5, 2014: A moratorium on new wells in the city limits was extended for an additional 22 months this week by city leaders. […] Full Article