Articles Tagged With ‘Real Estate’




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Shame on the Tribune

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE Shame on the Tribune for its latest editorial on the Housing Accountability Act. That our own newspaper would defend the State’s top-down, autocratic act to “build baby build” regardless of the consequences couldn’t be more... (Continue reading)

City of SLO cuts deal with Airbnb on tax collection

Following the lead of the county, the city of San Luis Obispo has struck a deal with the popular online rental platform Airbnb on collecting transient occupancy tax and additional assessments imposed upon short-term home renters. [Cal Coast Times] The... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande council says no to Popeyes restaurant

Following protest from neighbors, the Arroyo Grande City Council rejected a plan to open a Popeyes fast food restaurant on a vacant city-owned lot that is located near a residential neighborhood. [Cal Coast Times] The project proposal called for the... (Continue reading)

Developers allegedly planning to build 15,000 homes near Avila Beach

Environmental groups have uncovered an email that allegedly reveals a developer or developers’ plan to strike a deal with PG&E so they can build a 15,000-home community in Wild Cherry Canyon near Avila Beach and Diablo Canyon power plant. If... (Continue reading)

Large mixed-use development proposed for SLO

With two major housing developments currently in the works in San Luis Obispo, plans for a new high-density residential development with compact living quarters are expected to go before the city’s Architectural Review Commission next week. Initial plans call for... (Continue reading)

McNamara Realty to pay $30,000 to settle asbestos case

San Luis Obispo real estate and property management company McNamara Realty has agreed to pay $30,000 in order to settle a civil case over illegal removal and disposal of asbestos-containing material. Following an investigation conducted by the San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

City of Morro Bay to buy contested Cerrito Peak property

Following years of legal battles, the Morro Bay City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to buy one acre of undeveloped land on Cerrito Peak from Janne Reddell. [KSBY] Janne Reddell and her late husband, Morro Bay real estate agent Dan Reddell,... (Continue reading)

Atascadero nonprofit wins bidding war for Printery building

A nonprofit that had been vying for a couple years to gain control of the Atascadero Printery building narrowly won a tax auction that concluded Monday. The Atascadero Printery Foundation was engaged in a bidding war with an unknown, automated... (Continue reading)

Sheriff deputies coming to Nipomo Mesa

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 County calls for the property... (Continue reading)

San Luis Coastal to help its top exec buy a home

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 and members of the public... (Continue reading)



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