Articles Tagged With ‘Grover Beach’




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Felon with gun flees police in Grover Beach neighborhood

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A felon with a loaded firearm fled police through a Grover Beach residential neighborhood on Saturday. Officers eventually arrested the man and found his gun in a woman’s backyard. Around 10:44 a.m., Grover Beach officers responded to the area of... (Continue reading)

More Grover Beach homeless to get the boot

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The Grover Beach Police Department is planning on evicting residents of a homeless encampment next week. Most of the people living at the camp have rebuffed attempts by city employees and social services workers to get them to relocate. On... (Continue reading)

Is Oceano the tail that wags the dog?

Mayor John Shoals

OPINION by OTIS PAGE Grover Beach Mayor John Shoals, as chair of the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District, has directed the abandonment of the current bimonthly billing for sanitary services and place it on the property tax. Shoals major... (Continue reading)

Christmas presents for Grover Beach residents? 

Mayor John Shoals

OPINION by RONALD ARNOLDSEN It’s a Royal Flush. Here is what is coming down the pipe. Grover Beach Mayor John Shoals in his capacity as Chair of the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District has voted to place your septic bill on the property... (Continue reading)

Hazmat team removes powdered briefs from Grover Beach

Grover Beach Police hazmat

What happens when someone receives the wrong package from Amazon, one with several odd items including men’s undergarments sprinkled with a cosmetic powder? Roads are closed and the San Luis Obispo County Hazardous Materials team is called in. On Sunday... (Continue reading)

Judge sides with Nipomo in South County water dispute

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A Santa Clara judge has tentatively rejected a legal bid by three South County cities to halt new development and new groundwater pumping on the Nipomo Mesa. [Tribune] As part of a longstanding battle over the use of the Santa... (Continue reading)

SLO County considering cloud seeding

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At a hearing on water supply options for South County, a public works official said San Luis Obispo County staffers are looking into the possibility of increasing rainfall by cloud seeding. [Tribune] Cloud seeding is a type of weather modification... (Continue reading)

Debbie Peterson for District 3 Supervisor

Debbie Peterson

OPINION by OTIS PAGE As an aging genetic Republican and an individual of distinct conservative values, I am reluctant to admit that I have come to admire others of different persuasions, especially in a political context. Debbie Peterson is a... (Continue reading)

Pedestrian killed in Grover Beach identified

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The Grover Beach Police Department has identified a pedestrian killed Monday evening near the High Tide Market as 48-year-old Christopher Dale Hall. Shortly after 9 p.m., Hall was attempting to cross the road with his walker near the intersection of... (Continue reading)

Pedestrian killed in Grover Beach

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A driver struck and killed a male pedestrian Monday evening near the High Tide Market in Grover Beach, according to the city’s police department. At about 9 p.m., the victim, who was using a walker, attempting to cross the road... (Continue reading)



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