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Pacific Business Times
$10M Pismo Beach tract to be preserved
The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo now has the funds to complete the purchase of the 900-acre Pismo Preserve thanks to an additional contribution from the County Board of Supervisors.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Cal Coast News
Ashbaugh votes in disregard of state ruling
San Luis Obispo Councilman John Ashbaugh voted on a land use issue even after a formal ruling by the California Fair Political Practice Commission prohibited him from doing so because of a financial conflict of interest, in an action that places him and the city at risk.
Goleta Valley Historical Society Awarded $50,000 Grant for Arboretum Restoration Project
Members of the Goleta Valley Board of Directors celebrate new funding of the Arboretum Restoration Project at Rancho La Patera.
Cal Coast News
Cal Poly football players' arraignments postponed
Shortly after the arraignment for the five Cal Poly football players accused of multiple felony counts related to the armed robbery of fraternity house in San Luis Obispo on Aug. 10 was continued, President Jeffrey Armstrong said the school is working with law enforcement and prosecutors.
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The Drinks Business
Harvest begins in Cali and Washington
Early grape harvests have begun in both San Luis Obispo in California and Washington due to a prolonged spell of warm, dry weather.
Governor Signs Morrell Legislation to Protect Funding for Senior Advocacy Group
Senator Mike Morrell announced today that Governor Brown has signed Senate Bill 997, legislation to continue allowing taxpayers to donate to the California Senior Legislature through their filed state income tax forms.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Earthquake concerns prompt call to shut nuclear plant
The Diablo Canyon nuclear power facility, located southwest of San Luis Obispo, sits near three earthquake faults and is within 50 miles of 500,000 people.
The Business Journal
Impact Napa Conference 2014: Caleb Mosley, Quintessa
Though just into his 30s, the new vineyard master for Quintessa has been at home among the vines from an early age and has a winegrowing resume that includes notable California coastal properties.
Lee & Associates Negotiates $3.5 Million Sale of Retail Space in Arroyo Town Center
Lee & Associates of the Central Coast has negotiated the sale of a 26,941-square-foot portion of retail space in the Arroyo Town Center, 1488 E. Grand Ave. in Arroyo Grande.
Courthouse News Service
Felon's Name on Cal Poly's New Scoreboard
A bankruptcy trustee sued Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, claiming the $625,000 donation the school took from an alumnus, for a $1 million scoreboard, was the fruit of a Ponzi scheme run by a now-convicted felon, who still owes his creditors $22 million.
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Sun Aug 24, 2014
California Central Coast Kossacks 1st Meet-up?
Are there Kossacks living in San Luis Obispo County or northern Santa Barbara County who would like to meet? We might choose a local restaurant, brewery, or winery as a place to meet one another.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
5 college football players charged in robbery
Five students who play on Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's football team face charges for their alleged involvement in the armed robbery of a fraternity house.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
The Fresno Bee
Wine grape harvest early in San Luis Obispo Co.
Thanks to warmer temperatures and a slightly lighter crop than usual for some local growers, the grape harvest has arrived earlier this year, and San Luis Obispo County growers say what is coming out of the vineyards is exceeding expectations.
New Westmont College Students Arrive for Orientation
Orientation begins next Thursday, Aug. 28, for the 379 first-year students representing the class of 2018 at Westmont College , and classes start Monday, Sept.
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Schue named Tribune Publisher
Natasha Schue has been named publisher of the Tahoe Daily Tribune. She has been employed at the Tribune for the past six years, most recently as its advertising sales manager.
Cal Coast News
SLO council adopts water restrictions
The San Luis Obispo City Council adopted a package of water use restrictions Tuesday that will place the city in compliance with a state mandate.
DUI Checkpoint in Buellton on Saturday
The Buellton Area of the California Highway Patrol will conduct a sobriety/driver license checkpoint on Saturday, August 23, 2014, within the unincorporated area of Santa Barbara County near Buellton.
Thu Aug 21, 2014