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2 out of 5 city council candidates would replace city manager

Two of the five candidates running for the Paso Robles City Council said they are in favor of replacing City Manager Jim App. The question […]Full Article

Lois Capps visits Paso’s first kids’ farmers’ market

Food band launches program for children to take home fresh produce United States Rep. Lois Capps visited North County Friday, the first day that the Food […]Full Article

Council allocates $20,000 for hillside weed abatement

City council deems issue not the fault of the residents The Paso Robles City Council assumed the costs of fire hazard abatement for the Landscape […]Full Article

Paso Robles joins county’s tourism marketing district

County’s transient occupancy tax could increase to 13 percent The Paso Robles City Council voted 5-0 this week to authorize the San Luis Obispo County Board […]Full Article

Atascadero candidates disclose campaign contributions

Fundraising is significantly less than past years at less than $10,000 each Click here to review Paso Robles candidate fundraising reports Candidates for Atascadero City […]Full Article

Local assemblyman named ‘Legislator of the Year’ by California Association of LAFCOs

In recognition of Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian’s consensus-based commitment to empowering local communities, the California Association of Local Agency Formation Commissions announced it has named him […]Full Article

Paso Robles city candidates disclose campaign finances

John Hamon Jr. has raised the most campaign dollars – $12,495 Less than a month from the election, the candidates for Paso Robles City Council and […]Full Article

Supervisor Frank Mecham endorses John Hamon for city council

-Paid political advertisement- Candidate John Hamon Jr. is fourth generation son of Central Coast San Luis Obispo County Supervisor and former Paso Robles Mayor Frank […]Full Article

League of Women Voters elects new officers and directors

The League of Women Voters of San Luis Obispo County recently announced new officers and board of directors for the 2014–2015 program year. Officers are […]Full Article

City Council: Who are you voting for?

Paso Robles voters are facing a hotly contested election for city council this coming Nov. 4. Five candidates are running for two open seats. How […]Full Article