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They want to stop annexation plans that would allow a developer to build about 300 homes near Oak Park Drive and James Way. Last year, the Pismo Beach City Council approved the plans after they determined there's enough water for the new development.
Wedesday was our second weak but cool weather system of the week. Highs both days only topped in the 50s and rainfall was under a quarter of an inch for both. Thursday will be breezy with some sun but also temps struggling in the low 60s. Friday a
We'll see some high clouds streaming overhead, but they won't interfere with some significant warming. Our temperatures will be well over average for this time of year, with many areas seeing highs crest at or above the 80-degree mark. Tomorrow we'll
And as prices are steadily rising, analysts say not to expect relief any time soon. AAA says in San Luis Obispo County, Monday's average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is $4.09, up 20 cents from last week, and nearly 50 cents from this
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To prepare for a search, the council on Tuesday will discuss forming an advisory subcommittee of two council members to work directly with the citys human resources officer throughout the recruitment process. According to a tentative timeline, the
A Tulare County man faces charges on the Central Coast for allegedly burglarizing vehicles in two local cities. Pismo Beach Police say 29-year-old Stephen Glispey was caught on surveillance camera burglarizing a vehicle at the Pismo Beach Athletic
The owner of two other central coast restaurants is taking over the lease at what was once the Old Vienna restaurant in Shell Beach. Doug Simpson, who owns Alphie's Broiler in Arroyo Grande, and Alphie's Adobe Grill in Pismo Beach says he's always
The Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce is planning a trip to Cuba for its members and other San Luis Obispo County residents this summer possibly making it the first chamber in California to get the opportunity to travel to the country in decades,
a popular spot to take in the beauty of the Central Coast. But Cal Fire says, a 27 year-old Fresno woman was standing way too close to the edge, and took a terrifying fall. "Luckily though, where she did loose her footing, there was water below and