Posts Tagged ‘permits’


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Letter to the editor: SLO’s unfair permitting process

OPINION By ALLAN COOPER When San Luis Obispo City staff denied, in January, a bar/tavern use permit at 1060 Osos Street, their rationale was as follows: “A new bar/tavern, the 64th license downtown…compounds the state of over concentration and thwarts... (Continue reading)

Savor the Central Coasts applies for a license

A request for a license for the Sunset Savor the Central Coast festival will be discussed at Tuesday’s San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors meeting. The event, currently in its fifth year, has been growing in numbers and for... (Continue reading)

SLO planning guest house rental ban

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The San Luis Obispo City Council has given initial approval to an ordinance that would ban many property owners from renting out their guest houses. The council voted 5-0 in support of the ordinance, which contains several... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach lets the goats in

The Pismo Beach City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday night that will allow the presence of goats in town. [KSBY] Residents may now apply to keep or raise goats on private property for a $300 fee. Individuals may also parade... (Continue reading)

Are SLO County supervisors too old to party?

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors turned down a proposal to permit Forever Never Land to sell more than 3,000 tickets to an Avila Beach September event. Forever Never Land is a weekend long festival... (Continue reading)

Bakersfield man trying to drill for oil near Huasna Valley

A Bakersfield man is attempting to get approval from San Luis Obispo County to drill for oil near Huasna Valley, less than two years after oil company Excelaron lost its bid to do so nearby. [Tribune] Dero Parker, owner of... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay staff accused of suppressing business competition

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Antique shop owner Jeffrey Specht and his staff spent months clearing out, cleaning and painting a shop so he could open a business in Morro Bay. But city staff refused to grant him the operating permits for... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach lodge permit approved

The Grover Beach City Council unanimously approved a coastal development permit Monday to construct an 11,000-square-foot conference center and a lodge in Grover Beach near the entrance to the Oceano Dunes. The council also approved the project’s architectural plans. This... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay councilman knew apartment not permitted

By KAREN VELIE Morro Bay Councilman George Leage said a few days ago that his apartment was either properly permitted or grandfathered in, though he was aware that an application to permit the apartment had been filed in 2011. Leage... (Continue reading)

County rebuffs California Coastal Commission

By DANIEL BLACKBURN County planners have snubbed California Coastal Commission (CCC) investigators in an ongoing dispute over permit requirements for a controversial Morro Bay commune. Acting Planning Director Kami Griffin, responding to a formal complaint from the state agency, stated... (Continue reading)



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