Articles Tagged With ‘motels’




Is it too expensive to sleep by the beach in California?

Too many California residents are priced out of beach getaways, according to a bill making its way through the state Legislature. AB 250, which was introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego), calls for the State Coastal Conservancy to... (Continue reading)

SLO County renews lodging tax

A 2 percent tax on hotel stays along much of San Luis Obispo County’s coastline will remain in place for at least one more year and likely much longer. The tax is also collected at motels, vacation rentals and bed-and-breakfasts.... (Continue reading)

Sheriff’s deputies engage in standoff with empty motel room

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff deputies cordoned off a Paso Robles Motel 6, shut down a road and spent more than 12 hours on Friday attempting to contact a suspect they claimed was barricaded in the room. However, after deputies... (Continue reading)

SLOPD report tells girl’s account of forced prostitution

A 15-year-old Manteca girl, who recently spent five days working as a prostitute in San Luis Obispo County, was forced into prostitution by her boyfriend. [Tribune] The victim said she met 16-year-old Nikko Xavier Anaya on Instagram about four months... (Continue reading)

Are visitors safe inside motel rooms?

A 31-year-old man allegedly broke into a Santa Barbara motel room and sexually assaulted a female tourist. [KSBY] At about 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, Felipe Martinez Gallegos allegedly used a key that was not returned from a previous stay at... (Continue reading)