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Rep. Lois Capps confirms re-election run

U.S. Representative Lois Capps will run for re-election her press secretary Chris Meagher confirmed this morning. Congresswoman Lois Capps has been a resident of Santa […]Full Article

Two seats open on city’s Housing Authority board

The City of Paso Robles is now accepting applications for appointment to fill two vacancies on the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. One vacancy is […]Full Article

Paso Robles City Council approves renewal of hotel tax

The Paso Robles City Council this week voted to renew its business improvement district tax. It’s a fee that is added to the hotel bills […]Full Article

Paso Robles City seeking planning commissioners applicants

The City of Paso Robles is now accepting applications for appointment to the Planning Commission. Appointments will be for 3-year terms expiring February 28, 2017. […]Full Article

Groups agree on details of new water district board

PRAAGS, PRO Water Equity announce more details on water district governance structure On Dec. 5 of last year, PRO Water Equity and PRAAGS announced that […]Full Article

City council and school board holding joint meeting

In an effort to improve communication and cooperation between two of the largest governing bodies in North San Luis Obispo County, the City Council of […]Full Article

John Arnold appointed to city tourism committee

The Paso Robles City Council appointed John Arnold to fill a vacancy on the city’s Travel Paso Robles Alliance (TPRA) Advisory Committee. Arnold is general […]Full Article

Paul Coyne challenging Lois Capps in primary

Orcutt resident Paul Coyne visited Paso Robles recently in his bid to unseat incumbent Congresswoman Lois Capps (D-Santa Barbara). Coyne, a self described conservative Democrat, […]Full Article

City issues warning about icy sidewalks

Extremely cold overnight temperatures have caused icy conditions on streets and sidewalks.  The city of Paso Robles issued a warning Tuesday asking local property owners […]Full Article

City settles wastewater fines of $321,000

The Paso Robles City Council approved a deal with the Central Coast Regional Water Board to settle fines of $321,000. The water board enforces state water […]Full Article