Category: News

City to Update Costs, Fees Schedules

The City of Morro Bay recently sought proposals to conduct a new study on the fees it charges for services, with the likely outcome of raising them. “The scope of services,” reads the City’s RFP, “includes a cost of services and...

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New Security at Homeless Parking Village

County Supervisors have approved a 2-year contract with a private security company to keep an eye on its RV camping facility for the homeless, located on Oklahoma Avenue next to the County Honor Farm. Supervisors agreed to a...

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Man Arrested in Slashing Case

Morro Bay Police have arrested a local man on a slew of felony charges after he allegedly slashed the face of his ex-girlfriend’s new beau. Morro Bay Police Sgt. Nicole Taylor said in a news release that the incident started...

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Woman Dies Crossing Hwy 101

The Highway Patrol has released the name of a woman who was struck and killed by a car while attempting to cross Hwy 101 in Nipomo. According to a news release, at 6:52 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 the CHP received a report of a...

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News Briefs 9-22-2022

Cal Poly Earns 30th Consecutive Best in the West Ranking  Cal Poly was named the best public, master’s-level university in the West for the 30th straight year in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges...

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News Briefs 9-8-2022

Maritime Family Fun Day Coming Get ready to have some good old-fashioned fun celebrating all that’s wonderful about Morro Bay. On Saturday October 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Morro Bay Maritime Museum, along with numerous local...

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City Lands Big Water Grant

The City of Morro Bay is celebrating a big grant from the Federal Government’s infrastructure bill, supporting the costs of the wastewater recycling portion of its Water Recycling Facility Project. The City announced an...

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