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Police department understaffed by 20 officers, chief says

Update from Paso Robles City Council meeting –Paso Robles Police Chief Ty Lewis told the Paso Robles City Council Tuesday night that the department is […]Full Article

Public town hall roundtable with Salud Carbajal happening May 6

–Students from Paso Robles High School, along with several community groups, will host a public Town Hall Roundtable with Congressman Carbajal from 5:30-8 p.m. on […]Full Article

Mayor discusses voting districts, homelessness, short-term rentals

Written and submitted by Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin –It’s been a while since my last blog and, as usual, there’s a lot going on […]Full Article

Former Atascadero mayor announces candidacy for district supervisor

–On Saturday, April 6, former Atascadero mayor and City Council member Ellen Beraud will announce her candidacy to become San Luis Obispo County’s next 5th […]Full Article

Highlights from April 2 Paso Robles City Council meeting

–Highlights from the City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 2, as sent by the City of Paso Robles, are as follows: Construction-Engineering Support for the […]Full Article

City council approves draft plan for voting districts

–Tuesday night, Paso Robles City Council unanimously approved a draft plan for creating districts for the election of council members. Draft Plan E, which was […]Full Article

San Luis Obispo Mayor, Vice Mayor, City Council endorse candidate for senate

–John Laird, candidate for State Senate, recently announced endorsements by San Luis Obispo Mayor Heidi Harmon, Vice Mayor Andy Pease and Council members Carlyn Christianson, […]Full Article

Governor issues statement on PG&E board

–Governor Gavin Newsom sent a letter recently to executives at the Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) after learning the company plans to reconstitute its […]Full Article

City council to select preferred district election system

–The Paso Robles City Council will introduce for first reading the new districts in Paso Robles for future elections. To view the full agenda, click […]Full Article

Short Term Rental Task Force to review updated draft ordinance

–Last month, the Paso Robles City Council requested that the Short-Term Rental Task Force review and update a draft ordinance and present their recommendation to the […]Full Article