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PG&E upgrades snarl traffic on River and Union roads

PG&E upgrades snarl traffic on River and Union roads Electricity demand from city’s industrial park requires circuit upgrades Pacific Gas and Electric is closing major […]Full Article

City hires Tyler Technologies to Replace Outdated Software and Paper-Based Processes

City hires Tyler Technologies to Replace Outdated Software and Paper-Based Processes The city of Paso Robles, Calif., has signed an agreement with Tyler Technologies, Inc. […]Full Article

City leaders to discuss development impact fee

City leaders to discuss development impact fee and review facility needs list The Paso Robles City Council and Planning Commission will be holding a workshop […]Full Article

Editorial supports Paso Robles rethinking CEQA rules

The Pacific Coast Business Times published an editorial April 12 supporting the idea that Paso Robles should re-think the rules surrounding the California Environmental Quality […]Full Article

Supervisors declare April 14-20 as “Public Safety Week”

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors today will issue a resolution proclaiming April 14-20 as “SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATIONS […]Full Article

Abel Maldonado running for governor of California

Abel Maldonado positions to run against Jerry Brown Abel Maldonado, a long time state representative for Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria announced […]Full Article

Assemblyman Achadjian will fight the release of predators

The Santa Maria Sun reports Paso Robles’ state Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian (R-San Luis Obispo) and Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley and are teaming up […]Full Article

City: Beware of misleading letter on water insurance

Several City of Paso Robles officials have received letters from American Water Resources Insurance Services stating that the company will be sending letters to Paso […]Full Article

City breaking ground on 21st Street road improvements

Update Apr. 8, 2013: Trenching for sewer pipeline work began today, April 8, 2013. 21st Street will remain open to through traffic.Flaggers will be on-site […]Full Article

Get Your Watershed On!

Resource Conservation District hosting watershed workshop The Resource Conservation District in Templeton is hosting a “Get Your Watershed On!” event on April 27. It will […]Full Article