Goal Setting 2.16.2018

Do you have a vision for Paso Robles in the years ahead? Paso Robles city council will conduct a goal setting workshop from 9-3 tomorrow. City manager tom Frutchey would like your input. Again, the goal setting workshop for the city of Paso Robles will be held tomorrow, Saturday from 9-3 at the Paso Robles…

Water 2.16.2018

Another opportunity for you today to sign that initiative to stop the exportation of water from the north county.
Alan Duckworth will be gathering signatures today at Walmart in Paso Robles. He’ll be out front of Walmart from 10-4 today.

Drought 2.16.2018

You don’t have to be a weatherman to know that we’re experiencing drought conditions in San Luis Obispo county. The US drought monitor releasing a report yesterday that indicates severe dryness began spreading through the county. PG and E meteorologist John Lindsay cites rainfall at Cal Poly. Last year at this time, Cal Poly had…

In Local Sports 2.15.2018

The CIF playoffs are underway. Tonight, Templeton girls basketball will host La Mirada. Mission Prep travels to Garden Grove. Arroyo Grande hosts Notre Dame Academy. Nipomo plays at Foothill Technology. Coast Union has a first round bye. The girls from Cambria will host a game Saturday. Last night in boys basketball, Mission Prep over St.…

Los Osos Settlement 2.15.2018

The battle over the Los Osos sewer continues. The county announcing yesterday that it will pay ten million dollars to a bay-area based construction company that installed the pipeline for the sewer system. It’s a pre-trial settlement reached by the county to avoid a more costly trial. ARB Inc filed a breach of contract back…

GSA 2.15.2018

About 40 people attended a meeting yesterday at the Hampton Inn, in Paso Robles to discuss and develop rules for regulating groundwater in the north county area.

Supervisor John Peschong says the meeting went well. The Paso Robles groundwater sustainability agency will meet again on March 7th, although the site has note yet been determined.