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Does Councilman Hamon have a conflict of interest on short-term rental ordinance?

–At the most recent Paso Robles City Council meeting, Councilman John Hamon voted to adopt a short-term-rental urgency ordinance which went into effect Feb. 13. […]Full Article

SLO City Council set goals for 2019 through 2021

–After a successful outreach program that garnered extensive community input, the San Luis Obispo City Council has formally set its goals and vision on Tuesday […]Full Article

New City Planning Commissioners appointed

  –On Feb. 6, the Paso Robles City Council interviewed seven applicants to fill three vacant positions on the Paso Robles Planning Commission. The Paso […]Full Article

US Representatives endorse John Laird for Senate

Correction: The original headline has been corrected to read that Laird is running for Senate. It initially stated that he was running for Congress.  –John […]Full Article

City staff, citizens discuss short-term rental urgency ordinance

–The issue of short-term vacation rentals came up before Paso Robles City Council Tuesday night. City Manager Tom Frutchey tells the council the issues include […]Full Article

City releases highlights from Feb. 5 council meeting

–Highlights from the Paso Robles City Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 5 2019, as submitted by the City of Paso Robles are as follows: Uptown Family Park […]Full Article

Paso Robles City Council to vote on short-term rental ordinance tonight

–The Paso Robles City Council Agenda for the Feb. 5 meeting is now available. Click here to view. Meetings take place at the council chambers, […]Full Article

John Peschong, Debbie Arnold announce re-election campaigns

–Supervisors John Peschong and Debbie Arnold announced Monday their intent to run for reelection. The election is March 3, 2020, so vote-by-mail ballots will be […]Full Article

BLM issues report summarizing opposition to fracking, drilling public lands

–The U.S. Bureau of Land Management recently released a report summarizing thousands of public comments it received as part of the agency’s analysis of oil […]Full Article

Paso Robles City Council to explore alternatives to by-district elections

–Paso Robles City Council discussed alternatives to dividing city council seats into districts for future elections at their most recent meeting Tuesday. The city, like […]Full Article