Posts Tagged ‘Paso Robles City Council’

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Paso Robles to sell water to rural residents

The Paso Robles City Council has approved a plan to sell water to North County residents living outside the city limits who are struggling to cope with the ongoing drought. [Tribune] On Sept. 2, the council voted to reverse a... (Continue reading)

SLO atheists to partake in city council invocations

A San Luis Obispo atheist organization that opposes the practice of conducting prayer at city council meetings will now be participating in council invocations in San Luis Obispo County. Atheists United San Luis Obispo is planning on joining the regular... (Continue reading)

Marijuana delivery services to remain in Paso Robles

The Paso Robles City Council has opted to let medical marijuana dispensaries to continue operating within the city. Last month, the council deadlocked 2-2 on a vote to ban marijuana delivery services. Councilman John Hamon was absent from the meeting.... (Continue reading)

Paso council deadlocked on marijuana delivery ban

An attempt to ban marijuana delivery services in Paso Robles stalled Tuesday when the city council deadlocked over the proposed moratorium Citing public safety concerns and enforcement costs, Paso Robles city staff asked the council to institute an urgency ordinance... (Continue reading)

Paso council weighing marijuana delivery ban

The Paso Robles City Council will consider Tuesday a proposed ban on medical marijuana delivery services. Paso Robles already has a ban on brick and mortar medical marijuana dispensaries. City staff is now requesting that the council adopt an urgency... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles getting a new mayor

Paso Robles Mayor Duane Picanco has opted not to seek reelection this November but rather to make a run for a city council seat. [KSBY] Picanco has served five terms as the mayor of Paso Robles. He has served a... (Continue reading)

Steve Martin eyes Paso Robles mayor seat

Paso Robles City Councilman Steven Martin announced Monday he plans to run for the mayor’s seat in the November 2014 election. Martin served on the council from 1987 through 1996 and as mayor for two of those years. He was... (Continue reading)

The cost of Paso Robles’ hotel boom

Paso Robles has a handful of hotels in the planning stage which could double the number of North County rooms over the next 10 years and also increase water requirements for the drought ravaged area. Under a city council seeking... (Continue reading)

Will the Paso Robles Council impose a water moratorium?

The Paso Robles City Council will consider imposing a temporary moratorium on private water well drilling on Tuesday. Because of low rainfall and increased demands, the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin water levels have been dropping. About 1,000 acres in the... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles city council moving forward on Gateway Project

The Paso Robles City Council is moving forward on a proposal to annex 270 acres south of the city dubbed the Gateway Project. The proposal includes plans to develop three hotels, 62,300 feet of retail space and office space, up... (Continue reading)

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