Highway adopters honored

Forty-eight individuals and organizations that have “adopted” 124 miles of county roads are receiving acclaim from the county of San Luis Obispo Public Works Department for their “spirit of community pride and public service” in keeping those roads free of litter.

“From Nipomo to San Miguel, from the Kern County line to Cayucos, and all points in between, we extend our gratitude to the 48 Adopt-a- Road volunteers,” the department wrote.

“These people have donated their time and efforts keeping approximately 124 miles of San Luis Obispo County roadsides clean and beautiful. The next time you see the blue and white Adopt-a-Road signs along the way, thank the volunteers who chose to make a difference.” the department wrote.

Adopt-A-Road participants recognized are:


Baha’i Community of Atascadero; Bonita Churney & Pam Soderbeck & Crew;

Concerned Neighbors (in Paso Robles); Edward Jones Investments; FDP Clean Up Committee; Friends of the Bee Rock Store; Heritage Village Seniors, Inc.

Also, Lake Nacimiento Resort; McPhee’s Grill; O’Donovan Road Neighbors; Pat, Carol, and Nolan Pieper; Pipestone Vineyards & Winery; Tobin James Cellars & Caring Neighbors; Rancho Dos Amantes; Rancho Mucho Trabajo; Rotary of Templeton; Scott and Elaine McElmury; and the Templeton Lions’ Club;


Baywood Elementary School; Cambria Land Conservancy; Cambria Republican Women; Concerned Citizens of Los Osos; Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve; Friends of the Ranchland; Forever Stoked; J.H. Edwards Company; John & Marcia Rhoades; Los Osos Middle School

Also, Moonstone Gallery; Tenth Street Grill; “The Eternal Smile of Matthew Hershberger”; and Trinity United Methodist Church


Central Coast Greenhouse Growers; California Air Resources Board; Hart Velo Bicycles; Larry Cusick Landscape Management; the Kenny Family at the See Canyon Fruit Ranch; Pale Kai Outrigger Canoe Club; Patterson Realty; Port San Luis Harbor District; Righetti Ranch; Saucelito Canyon Vineyard; Rotary Club of Nipomo; Save the Mesa; Talley Vineyards; Robert and Jeane Mires; and Rancho Arroyo Grande

- Bob Cuddy