Articles Tagged With ‘Water’




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Fishermen upset as water flows out of Lopez Lake

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About 3 million gallons of water are released daily from Lopez Lake in order to satisfy legal mandates, including environmental laws and groundwater requirements. The dumping of water is upsetting fishermen, who despite the recent... (Continue reading)

Government on the hook for water diverted for endangered fish

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After a federal court judge ruled that the government must pay for depriving a property owner of their water rights, the California State Water Resources Control Board extended the time to finalize its Bay-Delta Plan.... (Continue reading)

Flooding in Avila Beach, video

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View the flooding and the scenic landscape from a video shot on Jan. 9, from a drone that flew over Avila Beach and the Avila Valley. The video is provided compliments of James McKiernan Lawyers... (Continue reading)

Firefighters watch fire burn Templeton home

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A fire destroyed a house in rural Templeton Tuesday night. Firefighters responded to the scene, but they did not try to save the home. [KSBY] Fire crews let the structure burn prior to beginning to... (Continue reading)

Justin Vineyards donates $100,000 to SLO County nonprofits

Stewart and Lynda Resnick

Justin Vineyards & Winery donated $100,000 to 20 organizations serving the North San Luis Obispo County area last week, according to a press release. The winery is owned by Stewart and Lynda Resnick’s Wonderful Co.... (Continue reading)

Ocean desalination is a political plot

Brad Snook

OPINION by BRAD SNOOK Since this is an election season, the newspapers have been filled with promotions of ocean desalination as the “silver bullet” for resolving our water shortage. Supporters of desalination include Jordan Cunningham,... (Continue reading)

Wet October points to a wet winter

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As California enters it sixth year of drought, October rains are creating speculation that it could be a wet year. [Tribune] Throughout the Central Coast, many communities have received almost double the average rainfall this... (Continue reading)

Don’t confuse facts with fiction

Mayor Jim Hill

Opinion by Arroyo Grande Mayor Jim Hill Friday night we had a debate on the mayoral campaign arranged by the Arroyo Grande High School AP government class. I am glad our future leaders are aware... (Continue reading)

Less water for AG residents, more for developers

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By KAREN VELIE The Arroyo Grande City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to enact further water restrictions on existing residents while delaying a building moratorium. The delay will allow a developer to avoid the moratorium and... (Continue reading)

Politics in Arroyo Grande is over water resources

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Opinion By OTIS PAGE The main issue in the election in Arroyo Grande is apparent, those who endorse growth and those who for good reason support a moratorium. The headline issue is the large proposed East... (Continue reading)



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