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SLO rental inspection program moves forward

By KAREN VELIE At a contentious council meeting attended by approximately 200 people, San Luis Obispo City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to have staff draft a rental inspection ordinance aimed at eliminating unsafe housing conditions. During the more than four-hour... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo seeking rental inspection program

San Luis Obispo City Council will consider implementing a rental housing inspection program aimed at eliminating unsafe housing conditions at Tuesday’s council meeting. Every year, parents and students complain about unsafe conditions at some rental properties. Approximately 62 percent of... (Continue reading)

Coastal Commission to decide if Cayucos home is built

The California Coastal Commission will determine the fate of a proposed beachfront Cayucos house that may or may not be located on a coastal bluff. [Tribune] In 1965, builders created a narrow sloping lot at the end of Studio Drive... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande denies Courtland project

Arroyo Grande City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to deny a four and a half acre proposed mix of commercial and residential units near the city’s border with Grover Beach. In Nick Tompkins’ current proposal, he would partner with Andy Mangano... (Continue reading)

SLO Council planning student housing removal program

San Luis Obispo Councilman John Ashbaugh and Mayor Jan Marx are proposing a program where the city would deed restrict homes to protect the city from becoming like Isla Vista. [Mustang News] In neighborhoods with a mix of primarily families... (Continue reading)

Former Countrywide CEO developing in Templeton

The former CEO of the largest mortgage lender in the United States has moved to the Central Coast and is currently working on building a retail and office building in Templeton. Four years ago, former Countrywide Financial Corp. founder Angilo... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo County makes the top 10 unaffordable list

San Luis Obispo County is in the top 10 least affordable places to live in the United States, according to a study conducted by the National Association of Home Builders. Of the 277 metro housing markets evaluated in the study,... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly mulling $155 million hotel and arena project

Cal Poly is considering building a $155 million on-campus complex that would include a hotel, a conference center and a basketball arena. [Tribune] The proposed project is intended to bolster the university’s hospitality degree program and replace an aging men... (Continue reading)

Linda Kennedy due back in court

Former Paso Robles lender Linda Ann Kennedy is due back in court on Sept. 9 to determine the amount of restitution she will be ordered to pay back to her victims. Kennedy, 51, swindled more than 1,000 investors out of... (Continue reading)

Chinese taking interest in Paso Robles wineries

Chinese investors have shown increasing interest in the California wine market over the last few years and are now targeting wineries in the Paso Robles region for purchase. [KSBY] China is now the fifth largest export market for California wines.... (Continue reading)



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