Morro Bay eyes Highway 41 properties for new sewage treatment plant
Morro Bay's City Council has narrowed its choices for where to build a wastewater treatment plant to one preferred location and two backups - while it also explores the idea of sharing a plant with the California Men's Colony.
Work to stabilize Cayucos Pier set to start Monday
Workers look over the Cayucos Pier on Wednesday as they prepare for the first phase of repairs, which is scheduled to begin Monday.
Triple the brickbats
In regard to The Tribune opinion, “ Morro Bay rife with controversy ,” the city of Morro Bay can use whatever sympathy it can get regarding our recent controversies.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Clair Grantham’s criticism of the methods used to hire an interim city attorney for Morro Bay seems inappropriate.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Check the facts
Fact: The original sewer plant project cost of $34 million to $38 million was budgeted into the bills that have been increasing annually over the past few years.
Farmers on edge with continuing cold weather
Alan Cavaletto said Monday that helicopters are on standby for a second night of flying over Morro Creek Ranch, his 225-acre avocado orchard near Morro Bay.
The Salinas Californian
Public Safety Digest
The blaze broke out in the under 100 block of Sherwood Drive shortly after 2:30 p.m. Multiple fire units were called to the scene.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Miami Herald
South Frankfort seeing revitalization
An impressionistic painter and her jazz musician husband left California for their native Kentucky to make a home and studio on the recently lifeless Bridge Street in Frankfort.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The Salinas Californian
Laurel Inn death ruled a homicide
Dick Jr.'s body was found on Thursday by a motel maid in his motel room. Dick Jr. was a frequent customer and a traveling mechanic who for the last several years stayed at the motel while working in the area.
Robert Schultz resigns as attorney for San Simeon district
Former Morro Bay City Attorney Robert Schultz resigned via email Wednesday as contract attorney for San Simeon Community Services District, a post he held for more than a decade.
Freezing temperatures damage some local crops
As temperatures have plunged into the frigid 20s and 30s around the county the last couple of nights, Alan Cavaletto has counted himself among the fortunate.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Plenty of opportunities to celebrate the holidays around SLO County
The Bladerunner's "Intergalactic Christmas" float makes its way through downtown during the San Luis Obispo "Get Your Holiday Shine On" parade Friday.
High winds prompt one-week delay of Morro Bay Lighted Boat Parade
The Morro Bay Lighted Boat Parade, originally planned for Saturday night, has been postponed a week because of expected high winds.
Best place for plant
Looking at all the facts will show that the existing location behind Cuesta College is the best location for Morro Bay’s new sewer treatment plant.
A mailer that arrived in Morro Bay mailboxes complains about the Coastal Commission’s denial of a permit to put the new sewer plant in the same location, as though Mayor Jamie Irons was responsible for that.
Cal Coast News
Morro Bay Harbor Board weighs alleged misuse of funds
The Morro Bay Harbor Advisory Board discussed allegations Thursday that the city misappropriated funds from the outfall lease agreement for the Morro Bay Power Plant.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Seniors find joy in performing
For many, the name SunRiver is synonymous with golf, pickleball and other athletic pursuits for active senior citizens.
Changing the Way We Eat
So here's the thing: I'm not your average executive. On most days, you won't find me sitting behind a desk.
Cal Coast News
Morro Bay negotiating separation agreement with city manager
The Morro Bay City Council's special attorney Steven Simas is negotiating a separation agreement with City Manager Andrea Lueker.