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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

Senate housing leader to speak at county housing summit

–On Friday, the Housing Coalition of the Central Coast is bringing the community together for a conference focused on comprehensive, long-term planning and solutions to […]Full Article

Cunningham bill targets police who abuse their authority to gain sexual favors

–Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham, a Republican who represents San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara counties, introduced a bill Feb. 22 that he says will close […]Full Article

Highlights from March 5 council meeting

–Highlights from the Paso Robles City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, as sent by the City of Paso Robles are as follows: Downtown […]Full Article

Downtown parking public meeting happening March 20

–Downtown parking stakeholders, customers and residents are invited to hear parking data and a status update of the parking pilot program on March 20, from […]Full Article

City council to consider voting district boundary maps

–On March 19, the Paso Robles City Council will consider all maps that have been submitted/created. Prompted by a legal challenge that alleges our current […]Full Article