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Highlights from Feb. 16 Paso Robles City Council meeting

–Highlights from the regular Paso Robles City Council meeting held on Feb. 16, as sent by the City of Paso Robles, are as follows. In compliance […] Full Article

Paso Robles City Council votes to move forward with sewer rate increase

–The Paso Robles City Council met Tuesday night in a virtual online meeting. Interested citizens were able to watch the meeting on YouTube or listen […] Full Article

City council appoints new planning commissioner, reappoints another

–The Paso Robles City Council last week voted to add a new member to the Paso Robles Planning Commission and re-appoint a current member. Robert […] Full Article

Volunteers wanted for Paso Robles Supplemental Sales Tax Oversight Committee

–With the passage of Measure J-20 in November 2020, the voters of Paso Robles approved an additional one-cent supplemental sales tax. A component of Measure […] Full Article

City budget goal setting workshop set for Feb. 20

–The Paso Robles City Council is inviting residents to participate in a public workshop on Feb. 20 to discuss budget priorities for the next budget […] Full Article

Cunningham introduces bill to jumpstart offshore wind projects

–This week, Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-San Luis Obispo) announced that he has introduced a bill that would jumpstart offshore wind projects on the Central Coast. […] Full Article

Congressman McCarthy criticized for attending maskless wedding in Cayucos

–US House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield) came under criticism this week for attending his son’s maskless wedding in Cayucos. The Los Angeles Times reports […] Full Article

Paso Robles City Council set to select new city manager on Friday

–The Paso Robles City Council is meeting Friday and is expected to choose its final candidate for a new city manager. Current City Manager Tom […] Full Article

Legislators ask governor to allow youth sports to resume

–On Monday, Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-San Luis Obispo) announced that he and a bipartisan coalition of legislators sent Governor Gavin Newsom a letter asking that […] Full Article

Feb. 10 deadline – Residents asked to take Paso Robles goal setting survey

–Are you a resident of Paso Robles? If you are, the City of Paso Robles wants to know what you think the city’s budget priorities […] Full Article