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Lompoc City Council loosens sex offender regulations

In response to a lawsuit filed by an Arroyo Grande man regarding Lompoc’s regulations about where sex offenders can visit and live, the Lompoc City Council voted Tuesday to suspend enforcing residential limits and to revise laws on where sex... (Continue reading)

SLO County property values reach all-time high

The total assessed property value in San Luis Obispo County has reached an all-time high of $43.6 billion. [Tribune] County property values are up 5.81 percent from 2013. The increases in home equity means property taxes will also increase for... (Continue reading)

State Bar temporarily disbars Paso Robles attorney

By KAREN VELIE Following multiple complaints of professional misconduct, the State Bar of California ordered Paso Robles attorney Dale Gustin’s license to practice law inactive on June 30. Gustin’s latest issue stems from allegations he was threatening criminal prosecution against... (Continue reading)

Harmony has new owners

San Luis Obispo County’s 18-person, one-block town has a new pair of owners. [Tribune] Escrow closed on the entire town of Harmony on June 20. San Luis Obispo and Texas residents Alan and Rebecca Vander Horst purchased the coastal town... (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)

SLO residents sue Cal Poly over dorm plan

A group of San Luis Obispo residents has sued the California Statue University Board of Trustees over Cal Poly’s plan to construct a dormitory next to a residential neighborhood. The residents, who have dubbed themselves the Alliance of SLO Neighborhoods,... (Continue reading)

CSU board okays Cal Poly dorm next to neighborhood

The California State University Board of Trustees voted Wednesday to approve the construction of a 1,500 student dormitory that would border a residential neighborhood at the south end of Cal Poly’s campus. [KSBY] Cal Poly plans to build the dorm... (Continue reading)

Exclusive: Kelly Gearhart pleads guilty

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN Developer Kelly Gearhart pleaded guilty to two counts of wire fraud and one count of money laundering in a Los Angeles federal court Wednesday morning. His plea came in a case in which he... (Continue reading)

California home affordability rates plummet

Higher home prices and interest rates have resulted in a sharp drop in the number of Californians able to afford a home, according to report by the California Association of Realtors In 2013, 44 percent of Californians had incomes sufficient... (Continue reading)

SLO code enforcers eye landlord housing the poor

By JOSH FRIEDMAN A San Luis Obispo property owner contends that multiple tenants of his are facing the threat of homelessness as a result of unwarranted action city code enforcers are taking against him. John Holloman, an 84-year-old retired medical... (Continue reading)



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