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Pismo Beach council approves new hotel

The Pismo Beach City Council approved a new hotel development in the heart of town during its meeting Tuesday, rejecting an appeal by city residents. [Tribune] The Inn at the Pier is expected to fill a dirt lot located at... (Continue reading)

Recent Pismo Beach councilman dies

Former Pismo Beach councilman Ted Ehring died earlier this month at the age of 84. [Tribune] Ehring, an air force veteran and former oil and gas company executive, served on the Pismo Beach council from 2006 to 2012. He died... (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)

Pismo Beach council sends sales tax to voters

The Pismo Beach City Council voted Tuesday to place a renewal of the city’s half-cent sales tax on the November ballot. [KEYT] Pismo Beach voters initially approved of the half-cent tax in 2008, and it is set to expire at... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach council may place sales tax renewal on ballot

Pismo Beach city staffers are recommending a 12-year extension of the city’s half-cent sales tax. In 2008, Pismo Beach voters approved a half-cent sales tax, which is set to expire at the end of next March. On Tuesday, the Pismo... (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)

Will surfing goats storm Pismo Beach?

The Pismo Beach City Council will consider this evening whether goats belong on private property and public parks within the city limits. A Pismo Beach resident and YouTube star has recently received tickets for herding goats in the city. Pismo... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach settles prayer suit

The Pismo Beach City Council agreed Tuesday to stop having prayer before meetings and to pay legal fees and damages of about $47,502 to settle a lawsuit filed by the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF). On Nov. 1, FFRF and... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach council staves off city election on Spanish Springs

The Pismo Beach City Council staved off a referendum election on the proposed Spanish Spring project by voting unanimously Tuesday to repeal general plan amendments it adopted in June. City Clerk Elaina Cano announced Tuesday that a petition circulated for... (Continue reading)

Developers battle over Pismo Beach conference center

At the end of a meeting that lasted more than eight hours, the Pismo Beach City Council did not approve or deny the Spanish Springs project. The proposed project, by West Coast Housing Partners, spans 950 acres and is slated... (Continue reading)



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