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Vol #2 – Issue #1
The Second Year Publishing

January 30, 2020

• City, County Moving to Buy Chevron Dog Beach
• Chinese New Year Celebrated in Los Osos
• Morro Bay-SLO Switch to Community Choice Energy
• WRF Financing Getting Better Defined
• Coffee with Joan
• Police Blotter
• Big Big SLO Music
• LOBP Chamber Awards Night

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Vol #2 – Issue #2

February 13, 2020

• Assembly Race Q&A
• Community Forum Address Bilingual Program
• New Motel Project Approved
• County-City Moving to Ban Vaping
• Commander Honored
• Police Blotter
• Big Big SLO Music
• Morro Bay Chamber Awards Night

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Vol #2 – Issue #3

February 27, 2020

• Local Robotics Teams Headed to Championships
• Two Pirates Make State Meet
• City Looking at Visitor Center Relocation
• Big, Bad and Ugly
• Cow Bear Back Home
• Police Blotter
• Big Big SLO Music

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Vol #2 – Issue #4

March 12, 2020

• Los Osos Sewer Rates Being Hiked
• Veteran Police Officer Retires After 37-Year Career
• Final Push On for Dog Beach Purchase
• Girls Basketball Team Goes Undefeated On and Off the Court
• Looking for Something to Do
• The Spendrift Moves
• Police Blotter
• Big Big SLO Music

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Vol #2 – Issue #5

March 26, 2020

• New Aquarium is Dazzling
• Food Bank Continues Distribution Amidst Coronavirus Concerns
• Citizens Ordered to Shelter in Home to Fight Coronavirus
• Castle Wind Windfall To Be Used on T-Pier
• Joey Ruddell Record Setter
• Still Serving Food
• Police Blotter Recap
• No, No, more Big Big SLO Music

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Vol #2 – Issue #6

April 9, 2020

• Teacher on Parade
• County Sets Up Emergency Hospital at Cal Poly
• City Preparing for Revenue Shortfalls
• From the Inside – High school kids talk about they are dealing.
• Virus War Brings Changes to Morro Bay
• News Breifs
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #7

April 23, 2020

• City Limits Bus Riders
• Los Osos Sewer Rate Increase Approved
• WRF Contractors Seek Local Subs
• City Shakes Up Public Works Department
• Morro Deli Serves up Delicious ‘Thank you’
• News Breifs
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #8

May 7, 2020

• Indy Book Stores ‘Open’ For Business
• Urgent Care Staff Fights on the Front Lines Against COVID-19
• County Reopening Guidelines Hit by Delays
• City’s Tax Shortfalls Called ‘Staggering’
• Cruise Night Back in SLO
• School Parade
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #9

May 21, 2020

• City-Chamber Mull Visitor’s Center Future
• 2020 Loos To Be A ‘Lost Summer’
• PG&E Plans to Leave Contamination at Closed Power Plant
• Library Fans Can Still Check Out
• Cameras Rolling
• Planting Their Future
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #10

June 4, 2020

• 1St Street Access Finally Done
• Churches Prepare for Services
• City EOC Team Fights Coronavirus
• County Facing $32-$56 Million Shortfall
• Morro Bay & Cambria Class of 2020
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #11

June 18, 2020

• City to Allow Sidewalk Vendors, Outdoor Restaurant Seating
• New Museum Board Member
• Sewing for a Cause
• Change Orders Push Sewer Project Over $130 Million
• Protesters Take to The Streets
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #12

July 2, 2020

• City to Turn the Heart of Embarcadero Into a One-Way Street
• Harbor Budget – Bailing Water On A Sinking Ship
• Major Landscape At City’s WRF Site
• New Soda Shop a Yummy Stroll Down Memory Lane
• Adopt a Kitten
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #13

July 16, 2020

• County Continues Vacation Rental Laws
• Voting to Change In The Time of Covid-19
• County to Offer Smart Golf Carts
• Babylonian Soap Company Opens in Baywood Park
• Something Stinky Blooms
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #14

July 30, 2020

• Class of 2020 Graduation Canceled – Again
• City to Ask for Sales Tax Hike
• One-Way Embarcadero Hits Dead End
• Top Dog Coffee Bar: A COVID -19 Hope and Survival Story
• Shooting Range Open Again
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #15

August 13, 2020

• City Gives Up On Desalination
• Sales Tax Hike Gets a Name; Arguments Filed
• New School Year to Begin with Distance Learning
• COVID-19 Another Small Business Survival Story
• Plant Power
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #16

August 27, 2020

• State Park Road Still Closed
• Election Lineups Set for November
• Planning Commission Wants to Cut Vacation Rentals
• COVID-19 Another Small Business Survival Story
• Cayucos Vet’s Hall
• Police Blotter

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Vol #2 – Issue #17

September 10, 2020

• Happy 100th Birthday to Lee Arnold
• Council Adopts Vacation Rental Moratorium
• Cith Sets Up Waterfront RV Spaces; Hikes Illegal Camping Fees
• Librarians as Disaster Service Workers Durning Pandemic
• SLO Roast
• Police Blotter