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Paso Robles bond rating upgraded to AAA

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services has upgraded the municipal bond rating for the City of Paso Robles Measure 98 general obligation bonds from “AA-” to […]Full Article

Council approves emergency repairs to Centennial Park gym

The Paso Robles City Council approved emergency repairs to the heating and air conditioning system at the Centennial Park gym. The 25-year-old system is in […]Full Article

City adopts new flag to celebrate its 125th anniversary

After rejecting an earlier design on Oct. 15, the Paso Robles City Council on Tuesday approved an updated city flag design to celebrate the city’s […]Full Article

Achadjian highlights waste, fraud and abuse at state level

State Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian (R-Arroyo Grande) spoke to constituents at the Paso Robles Rotary Club Thursday and highlighted examples of waste, fraud and abuse at […]Full Article

Council approves repairs to Salinas River trails

The Paso Robles City Council last week approved repair work and maintenance for trails along the Salinas River. The council heard feedback from residents who […]Full Article

Council approves labor agreement with firefighters

The Paso Robles City Council on Tuesday approved an interim labor union agreement with city firefighters that will expire at the end of the year. […]Full Article

City increases landfill fees

Rate hiked from $20 to $25 for typical residential load The Paso Robles City Council acted this week to stem falling landfill revenues by raising […]Full Article

Supervisor’s hypocrisy over groundwater ordinance?

San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Bruce Gibson planted 500 new citrus trees on his rural Cayucos property several months ago while pushing to impose tough […]Full Article

Council reviews Beechwood housing concept

Plan for 1011 new homes moves forward The Paso Robles City Council held a workshop on Oct. 29 in council chambers to consider the conceptual […]Full Article

Groundwater ordinance ‘vested rights’ comments due Nov. 1

Anyone interested in commenting on the “vested rights” determinations made through the Paso Robles Groundwater Urgency Ordinance have until Nov. 1 to submit ideas to […]Full Article