Articles Tagged With ‘Pismo Beach’




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Judge sides with Nipomo in South County water dispute

A Santa Clara judge has tentatively rejected a legal bid by three South County cities to halt new development and new groundwater pumping on the Nipomo Mesa. [Tribune] As part of a longstanding battle over the use of the Santa... (Continue reading)

SLO County hires new fire chief

Cal Fire has hired a new chief to head the San Luis Obispo County Fire Department. Scotty Jalbert, currently fire chief of the Cal Fire unit that serves Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties, will take over duties in San... (Continue reading)

SLO County considering cloud seeding

At a hearing on water supply options for South County, a public works official said San Luis Obispo County staffers are looking into the possibility of increasing rainfall by cloud seeding. [Tribune] Cloud seeding is a type of weather modification... (Continue reading)

Higginbotham out, Waage in Pismo mayoral race

Pismo Beach Mayor Shelly Higginbotham has said she will not seek reelection in November, and Councilman Ed Waage has announced he is running for the mayoral seat. Higginbotham has served as mayor for three two-year terms and was previously a... (Continue reading)

Woman hit by train in Pismo Beach

A train struck a 22-year-old woman who was apparently walking her bicycle on a railroad bridge in Pismo Beach Wednesday night. The woman survived with undisclosed injuries. At approximately 10:13 p.m., police officers found Pismo Beach resident Alena Gribanova lying... (Continue reading)

Teen arrested in South County theft case

A teen was allegedly prowling around a Grover Beach resident’s car around 3:30 a.m. Monday. Officers responded, tracked down three suspects and found property that had recently been stolen from South County vehicles, according to Grover Beach police. At 3:34... (Continue reading)

Developers may pay for Pismo Beach to recycle water

The Pismo Beach City Council is considering turning to developers to cover the costs of a $29.7 million water recycling project. [Tribune] On Tuesday, the City Council will vote on whether to charge a fee on new development and redevelopment... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach proposes medical marijuana restrictions

In an effort to maintain local control as the state increases its jurisdiction of medical marijuana operations, Pismo Beach staff recommends that the City Council continue to allow medical marijuana delivery services, while considering banning cultivation inside the city limits.... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach adopts building moratorium

The Pismo Beach City Council adopted an ordinance Tuesday that will prohibit the city from issuing building permits for vacant lots. Developers can only build on vacant lots now if they complete permit applications prior to Dec. 1. Pismo Beach’s... (Continue reading)

Power out in parts of Pismo Beach and Arroyo Grande

A power outage in Pismo Beach has caused about 1,707 customers to lose electricity. The outage is also affecting parts of Arroyo Grande. The center of the power outage is in the Toucan Terrace area of Pismo Beach. The outage... (Continue reading)



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