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Council approves landfill fee adjustments, looks at ways to increase civic engagement

City council highlights from March 3 meeting –Highlights from the City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 3, submitted by the City of Paso Robles, are […]Full Article

Supervisors John Peschong and Debbie Arnold win re-election, in unofficial results

Conservatives sweep SLO County supervisors’ races –With all local precincts reporting at 11:15 p.m. on Tuesday night, conservative candidates appear to have swept the three […]Full Article

Election results in local State Senate and US Congressional races

Related: Click here for SLO County Supervisors’ election results 17th District State Senate race In the race for 17th District California State Senate, Republican Vicki […]Full Article

Council discusses riverbed cleanup, public safety, other items

–Paso Robles City Council met Tuesday night at the Library/Conference Room. The council began its meeting with a celebration of “Read Across America Day” by […]Full Article

Public hearing on downtown parking program at city council meeting tonight

–At tonight’s Paso Robles City Council meeting, there will be a public hearing regarding updates to the new downtown parking program. City officials will also […]Full Article

Tips for Election Day from County Clerk-Recorder

Election day tips from the San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder: Coronavirus precautions for voters In light of concerns for the spread of the Coronavirus, voters […]Full Article

Update: New planning commissioners welcomed

City Council appoints Ty Christensen, Field Gibson, and Roberta Jorgensen to planning commission –On Feb. 12, the Paso Robles City Council interviewed nine applicants for […]Full Article

Ballot drop box located at Paso Robles City Library

–The Paso Robles City Library has a safe, convenient receptacle for Vote-by-Mail ballots, located by the Circulation Desk. It will be in place until 8 […]Full Article

Carbajal seeks nominations for Congressional Women of the Year awards

–Rep. Salud Carbajal (D-Santa Barbara) announced that he is seeking nominations for his annual Congressional Women of the Year Awards. All women in California’s 24th […]Full Article

Cuesta Federation of Teachers endorses assembly candidate Dawn Addis

–The Cuesta College Federation of Teachers announced on Wednesday its endorsement of Dawn Addis, the Democratic candidate in Assembly District 35. California Assembly District 35 includes […]Full Article