The printed class schedule for Cuesta College is no longer free due to the budget crisis the college is facing.
Printed copies can be purchased for $2 at the San Luis Obispo campus bookstore and cashier’s office and at the North County campus library and cashier’s office starting Tuesday.
Orders can also be placed through the Cuesta College Bookstore website at http://bookstore.cuesta.org. Reference copies of the schedule will be available at all local libraries, including Cuesta’s, or a free PDF is available to download from Cuesta.edu.
Cuesta’s Class Finder also provides real-time updates about open courses available for registration. Class Finder can be accessed by clicking on the “Find Fall Classes” link on Cuesta.edu or visiting http://tinyurl.com/qoz9k2.
The fall semester begins Aug. 16. Reference copies will be available in all local libraries the following week starting the second week of June.
— AnnMarie Cornejo
San Luis Obispo
The City Council has voted unanimously to oppose Proposition 16 on the June 8 primary ballot.
The proposition, which the council voted last week to formally oppose, imposes a two-thirds voter approval requirement for local public electricity providers. It is being promoted heavily by Pacific Gas and Electric Co., which is calling it the “Taxpayers Right to Vote Act.”
PG&E is a major employer in the county, providing 1,200 jobs and bringing in $25 million in annual property taxes.
The League of California Cities also opposes the proposition because it could infringe on cities’ ability to provide the best service possible to their communities.
— AnnMarie Cornejo
Classic cars, chili tasting and dancing will fill Park and 12th streets this evening for a free public event.
Fees will vary for the chili tasting during the downtown cook-off competition where local restaurants will vie for trophies for best chili, theme and costumes.
The event is scheduled for 4 to 9 p.m. For more information, call the Downtown Paso Robles Main Street office at 238-4103.
— Tonya Strickland