Articles Tagged With ‘Real Estate’




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Sheriff deputies coming to Nipomo Mesa

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There will soon be San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies stationed on the Nipomo Mesa, if the board of supervisors approves a development deal on Tuesday. [Tribune] An agreement between Monarch Dunes LLC and SLO... (Continue reading)

San Luis Coastal to help its top exec buy a home

Eric Prater

The San Luis Coastal Unified School District is giving its superintendent a $950,000 loan to buy a home. San Luis Coastal’s school board unanimously approved the loan at a meeting last week. However, some teachers... (Continue reading)

County supervisors vote to support workforce housing

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By KAREN VELIE The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 on Tuesday to approve a program aimed at providing more workforce housing. Supervisors Lynn Compton, Debbie Arnold and Frank Mecham voted in... (Continue reading)

Rizzo amends his SLO rental inspection lawsuit

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By KAREN VELIE Local activist Kevin Rice has joined a property owners association and several landlords in filing a lawsuit against the city of San Luis Obispo over its controversial rental inspection program. On Oct.... (Continue reading)

Lawsuit filed against SLO over rental inspection program

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A property owners association and several landlords filed a lawsuit Thursday against the city of San Luis Obispo contending the city’s controversial rental inspection program is unconstitutional. A month earlier, another group started the process... (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)

Protect Prop 13, vote for Jordan Cunningham

Fred C. Hoey

OPINION by FRED C. HOEY The outcome of the 35th Assembly District election this year is critical to the future wellbeing of all Californians. In January 2017, the State Senate will undoubtedly return to a... (Continue reading)

Steve Martin approves development, receives a large donation

Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin

The Paso Robles City Council voted unanimously last month to approve zoning changes for a project owned by Stewart and Lynda Resnick and Tom and Gwen Erskine. A month later, Gwen Erskine donated $1,000 dollars... (Continue reading)

Is Marx flip-flopping on rental inspection ordinance?

Mayor Jan Marx

Amid public outrage over a rental inspection program, San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx asked city staff to put the city’s rental inspection ordinance on a March agenda for review and discussion. Marx said she... (Continue reading)

Petetit and Belsher’s money woes widen

John Belsher and Ryan Petetit

By KAREN VELIE John Belsher and Ryan Petetit have lost water rights key to their plans to build an assisted living and Alzheimer’s care facility in Templeton. Their failure to fund the purchase of the... (Continue reading)



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