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Paso Robles police arrest homeless at river encampment

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Paso Robles police have begun arresting homeless individuals who are not complying with the city’s order to evacuate their encampments along the Salinas River. On Tuesday, officers arrested five homeless people for camping and another one for having an outstanding... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles removing homeless from riverbed

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Following the lead of Morro Bay and Grover Beach, the city of Paso Robles is kicking the homeless out of creek encampments. Paso Robles officials say the homeless must be evacuated from the Salinas Riverbed prior to an upcoming El... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles to adopt a ban on front lawns

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Builders will soon find it more difficult to construct homes with front lawns in Paso Robles. [Tribune] On Tuesday, the Paso Robles City Council voted 4-1 to ban front lawns at new residential developments. Builders can work around the ban,... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles city manager to get a $200,000 salary

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The Paso Robles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to hire Thomas Frutchey, 65, the current city manager of Pacific Grove in Monterey County. Frutchey will receive a base salary of $201,000. [Paso Robles Daily News] Frutchey will replace City Manager... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles council to hire new city manager

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The Paso Robles City Council is expected to hire the city manager of Pacific Grove as the replacement for Jim App, who is retiring from his role as the city’s chief executive at the end of the year. [Tribune] Thomas... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles council approves water rate hike

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The Paso Robles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to endorse a rate hike that will nearly double the average water bill over the next five years. [Paso Robles Daily News] Following the 5-0 vote, the average monthly water bill will... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles seeking another water rate increase

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Starting in a year, Paso Robles residents could be paying more for their water. If a staff proposal is passed by the council and not contested, the average monthly water cost would rise $32.14 from a current cost of $36.90... (Continue reading)

Jim App retiring from Paso Robles

Longtime Paso Robles City Manager Jim App has announced that he will retire at the end of the year. App has worked as city manager for 18 years and has been a Paso Robles employee for 25 years. He announced... (Continue reading)

Last place candidate appointed to Paso Robles council

Planning Commissioner Steve Gregory has joined the Paso Robles City Council despite finishing last in a five-way race for two council seats. On Tuesday night, Councilman Steve Martin took the oath of office for mayor, vacating his seat on the... (Continue reading)

New SLO County council members sworn in

Two newly elected mayors took their oaths of office in San Luis Obispo County Monday, as did a new San Luis Obispo councilman who holds the swing vote on a controversial development plan. Swearing in ceremonies for mayors and council... (Continue reading)



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