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Proposed water district hits obstacle in Sacramento

Local leaders meeting with Sacramento politicians this week walked away disappointed after hearing their proposal to form a groundwater basin district may not clear legal […]Full Article

City rescinds historic status of home built in 1893

The city council agreed this week to remove a house built in 1893 from the city’s Historic Resources Inventory. The brick and masonry house is […]Full Article

Moratorium on new wells in city extended 2 years

Update March 5, 2014: A moratorium on new wells in the city limits was extended for an additional 22 months this week by city leaders. […]Full Article

City cracks down on aggressive animals

“It is unlawful for any person to keep, harbor, or maintain any aggressive or menacing animal which threatens, harasses, or intimidates a person who is […]Full Article

Assemblyman introduces bill to advance formation of new water district

After receiving votes of support from the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors and the Paso Robles City Council, local Republican State Assemblyman Katcho […]Full Article

Local businessman announces run for State Assembly

Carl Knoll announced yesterday his intention to run for the local assembly seat. “I have made the decision to run for California State Assembly,” he […]Full Article

City approves $11 million contract to build Nacimiento water treatment plant

The Paso Robles City Council, at its regular meeting this week, awarded an $11 million contract for the construction of the city’s Nacimiento Water Treatment […]Full Article

Housing Authority elects new leadership

Bob Fonarow elected chairman of city’s housing authority The Housing Authority of the City of Paso Robles has elected Bob Fonarow as the new Chairman […]Full Article

Small businesswoman announces bid for congressional seat

Republican Alexis Stuart of Nipomo formally declared her bid for Congress in California’s 24th Congressional District, currently held by Rep. Lois Capps of Santa Barbara. […]Full Article

Capps announces effort to assist growers affected by drought

$20 million in federal assistance available for agricultural conservation enhancements on key agricultural lands Congresswoman Lois Capps, Paso Robles representative in the US House of […]Full Article