Articles Tagged With ‘Port San Luis’

San Luis or Long Beach port as support for offshore windmills?

By KAREN VELIE While some local and state agencies are in favor of transforming Port San Luis in rural Avila Beach into an industrial port to support offshore wind energy farms, the federal government and the Port of Long Beach... (Continue reading)

Will legislation squelch local input on industrializing Port San Luis?

By KAREN VELIE Plans to transform Port San Luis in rural Avila Beach into an industrial port to support the offshore wind industry could move forward without local review if a bill winding through the legislation is passed. In Dec.... (Continue reading)

Body of missing man found at Port San Luis

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office has identified the body found floating in the water at Port San Luis on Jan. 31 as 40-year-old James Ross Calder of Avila Beach. [Cal Coast Times] Neighbors reported Calder missing on Jan.... (Continue reading)

Boat erupts into flames at Port San Luis

A fishing boat docked in Port San Luis Harbor burst into flames Sunday night. [KEYT] Authorities found the boat fully engulfed in flames shortly before midnight. No one was on board, and no one suffered any injuries during the fire.... (Continue reading)

Teen killed in fall at Pirates Cove

An 18-year-old man died after falling from a cliff Friday afternoon at Pirates Cove. Shortly after 2 p.m., witnesses saw the man walking along the cliff’s edge. After he fell, one person swam out and pulled the man to the... (Continue reading)

Body of missing Nipomo woman found in Avila Beach

San Luis Obispo County sheriff’s deputies discovered the body of a missing Nipomo woman lying near an Avila Beach intersection Sunday evening. Investigators ruled 41-year-old Maria De La Cruz Albarran Uribe’s death a suicide. Uribe had gone missing in late... (Continue reading)

Body found floating near Avila Beach pier

A 37-year-old who had been staying on a boat moored at Port San Luis Harbor was found floating in the ocean near Harford Pier in Avila Beach on Wednesday. A kayak Chad Henry Hebert had been using to travel back... (Continue reading)

Fat Cats Cafe files for bankruptcy

Port San Luis restaurant Fat Cats Café has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but will remain open. [Tribune] The popular restaurant has less than $50,000 in assets and at least $300,000 in liabilities to its top 20 creditors, according to... (Continue reading)

Point San Luis Lighthouse stairs vandalized with dog epitaph

An unknown person carved and painted an epitaph to a dog called Fisher onto the Point San Luis Obispo Lighthouse beach stairs prompting the Lighthouse Keepers to ask the public to help them find the perpetrator. The stairs – built... (Continue reading)

PG&E’s alleged broken promises prompt resignation

OPINION By BRIAN STACY Today, I resigned from my position as vice president of Port San Luis Commercial Fishermen’s Association, (PSLCFA) over issues surrounding the recently completed PG&E Low Energy Seismic Surveys (LESS). Less is conducted under the CSLC outdated... (Continue reading)