An anonymous gifter has provided a $250,000 donation, encouraging members of the community to donate as well to help fund the 40 Prado homeless center in San Luis Obispo. The center has $750,000 left to be raised toward its $5.4 million goal.
The Cayucos Veterans Hall will reopen for limited public use as early as next week by using the patio as the primary space, along with the kitchen and restrooms. The main hall will remain closed under a plan to retrofit the facility over the next two years.
Two Chico residents and two Manteca teens will stand trial on human trafficking charges after allegedly pimping out a 15-year-old girl at several San Luis Obispo County hotels, a judge ruled in court Wednesday.
I always pay attention to local elections. But I pay particular attention to elections for the 1st District seat on the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. It’s the North County seat, and it’s the seat I ran for in 1980.
After leading the small town of Guadalupe through bleak financial times, City Administrator Andrew Carter has indicated he will leave as soon as July 1 from the job he has held for more than three years. Carter is a former City Council member in San Luis Obispo.
San Luis Obispo County officials officially closed the Cayucos Veterans Hall indefinitely on Wednesday because of structural safety hazards so severe the building is in danger of a roof or wall collapse, “if a strong wind blows in the wrong direction.”