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977 Pasatiempo, SLO – PRICE REDUCTION to $1,629,000

Desirable Home in Ferrini Heights Estates LINK: http://www.theavenueslo.com/property/977 Rare Opportunity to own this amazing home located in the desirable Ferrini Heights Ranch Estates, where everyday is a staycation. Located on a large lot with multiple fruit and oak trees. You can relax in your own private pool and spa while enjoying breath taking valley and mountain views. Truly an entertainer’s...

Phillips 66 agrees to drop lawsuit over oil trains to Nipomo refinery

Phillips 66 has agreed to dismiss its lawsuit challenging San Luis Obispo County’s denial of its plan to build a rail spur to transport crude oil to its Nipomo refinery, environmental groups said Monday. The move was celebrated Monday by opponents, who had pleaded with officials to prevent an increase of oil-filled trains from rolling by their homes, schools and businesses with the potential for...

Neighborhood Matching Grants

Neighborhood Matching Grants

City is now accepting applications for Year 3 grants Do you have an idea for a project, event, or initiative that could help improve your neighborhood? The City's Neighborhood Matching Grant Program wants to help! In 2016 and 2017, the following neighborhood groups were the recipients of Neighborhood Matching Grants: Islay Hill/Arbors Neighbors, the Cerro San Luis Foothills Neighbors, the Mitchell...

SLO Traffic and bike safety upgrades

SLO Council to consider bike safety upgrades from downtown to Foothill Boulevard

The San Luis Obispo City Council will consider three design options Aug. 15 for the Broad Street “Bicycle Boulevard” to make the cycling and walking route between downtown and Foothill Boulevard safer and more “low stress.” More than 300 cyclists use the route each day, traveling between the downtown core and Cal Poly or to two elementary schools on the north end of town, said Luke Schwartz, a...

Highway 1

Highway 1 reopens at Paul’s Slide, widening access to Big Sur

Travelers still need to use an inland detour to reach a stretch of Highway 1 affected by road closures, but they now have access to a much longer stretch of coastline as of Tuesday. Caltrans announced in a news release that workers had blasted away the only remaining obstacle — a large boulder — and reopened the road at Paul’s Slide as of 9 a.m. Tuesday. The slide, the smaller of two major...

CA Senate OKs real estate fee to fund more housing

The California state Senate has approved a new fee on real estate transactions to help generate hundreds of millions of dollars for affordable housing. The legislation passed Thursday would impose a $75 fee on documents such as deeds and notices, with a cap of $225 per transaction. The bill now heads to the Assembly. California is facing an affordable housing crunch, prompting lawmakers to look for...

17490 Poplar, Santa Margarita Price Reduction

17490 Poplar St, Santa Margarita Price Reduction!

17490 Poplar St, Santa Margarita Price Reduction to $934,000! http://www.theavenueslo.com/property/17490-poplar-santa-margarita/ Iconic SLO County Urban Ranch Estate in Garden Farms Own a piece if history in Garden Farms! Magnificent 100 year old historic Colony home on almost 1 acre. Detached guest house (makes a wonderful rental), carriage house (currently used as an office), recently rebuilt...

Big Sur State Park

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park to reopen after 11 months

The long wait for access to Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is just about over. You may still have a hard time getting there from the south, thanks to the mudslides on Highway 1, but the park itself is reopening Saturday, State Parks announced, after an 11-month closure. The park was closed during last summer’s Soberanes Fire and remained closed during this year’s heavy winter storms. State Parks...

Lopez Lake more than half full for the first time since 2014

Lopez Lake surpassed 50 percent capacity this week for the first time in almost three years. As of Tuesday, the reservoir held 25,887.2 acre-feet of water, or about 52.4 percent of its total capacity (the lake can hold about 49,388 acre-feet). That’s more than twice what was in the lake at the start of the year: on Jan. 1, the lake had an estimated 11,040.7 acre-feet of water, or 22.4 percent...

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