Category: News

County Hires On-Call EIR Firms

Given California’s extensive environmental laws, it might make sense to have a few planning firms at the ready. County Supervisors recently did just that when they approved 5-year contracts with three environmental planning...

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Supervisors Amend Bus Contracts

County Supervisors have revised a contract with a private bus company to have it transport people for medical appointments and things like court hearings. Supervisors recently approved a new contract with United Cerebral Palsy...

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News Briefs 5-18-2023

SLO Food Bank Hunger Awareness Day The SLO Food Bank will hold its largest annual community event and fundraiser, Hunger Awareness Day, on June 2. Established in 2007, this countywide event educates and activates SLO County...

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Supervisors Address Health Matters

Health programs were top of mind for County Supervisors recently when they approved items that filled vacancies on a key advisory board, and approved applying for millions in funding for various health and mental health related...

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MBFD Seeking Grants for More Firefighters

Morro Bay Fire Department is hoping to tap Uncle Sam for money to pay for more firefighters and better serve the town’s residents and visitors. Fire Chief Dan McCrain recently asked the City Council for permission to apply for a...

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Morro Bay Again Named Tree City USA

Though this past winter’s storms downed a lot of trees in Morro Bay it didn’t stop the City from again being designated a “Tree City USA” by the National Arbor Day Foundation. In a letter from the Arbor Day Foundation, the City...

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