Sunday, May 1st, 2016

Local News

SLO City Council to Discuss Potential Night Club

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San Luis Obispo City Council to discuss a night club use permit for SLO Brewing’s new facility near the airport. Some neighbors are concerned the live music could be too loud. They’ll also discuss an agreement between the city and the San Luis Police Officers Association through the end of the next fiscal year.

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Today in Sports

Baseball

The Cal Poly baseball team takes two out of three at University of Hawaii.  The Mustangs losing Friday night, but beating the Rainbow Warriors Saturday and Sunday. After traveling all night last night, the Mustangs host Fresno State tomorrow night at Baggett Stadium.  The Mustangs are now 21-13 for the season, 4-2 in the Big West.  Conference leaders UC Santa …

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Morro Bay Looking For Input on Water Reclamation Facility

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Morro Bay City Council still looking for your input on the proposed water reclamation facility. Yesterday, Public Works Director Rob Livick and three staff members out at Farmers Market to answer questions about the facility.  For more information about the proposed water reclamation facility you’re encouraged to contact the City of Morro Bay.

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Cal Fire Prepares for Fire Season

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A lot of wind yesterday, but no fires reported on the Central Coast, but Cal Fire is now gearing up for fire season. The area received enough rain to increase grass and fuel. They are advising people to increase their defensible space…100 feet around your home is a priority.  And that’s year round.

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Santa Maria School District Gets New Superintendent

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The Santa Maria-Bonita School District names a new superintendent. The school board announcing at their meeting Wednesday that Luke Ontiveros will take over for Phil Alvarado, who retired last year after nearly four decades with the district. Ontiveros is a Santa Maria native.  He earned his teaching credential from Cal Poly. Ontiveros is a descendant of Pacifico Ontiveros who developed …

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Downtown Fridays Starts Tonight

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Downtown Friday’s kicks off tonight in Santa Maria. A farmers market, live bands and dozens of vendors to be on hand at the Santa Maria town center tonight and every Friday from 5-8 through October.  Kids can enjoy a bounce house and arts and crafts. Adults can enjoy a beer and wine tent.

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Today in Sports

Baseball

The Cal Poly baseball team opens a three game series tonight in Hawaii.  Coach Larry Lee says it’s a challenging series for the Mustangs because they have to take a bus to LA, fly five hours to Hawaii, play three games, then fly back.  With the loss in time Sunday night, the players will be back at 5:00 am Monday …

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Nipomo Farmers Abandon Plan to House Workers

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The plan to locate more than 100 strawberry pickers in a residential neighborhood in Nipomo is abandoned by growers Greg and Donna France. The controversial plan by the Santa Maria growers abandoned after a suspected arson and continued threats to the project site.  The Frances bought seven homes in a Nipomo residential neighborhood. They planned to put 16 pickers in …

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Railspur Discussions Continue Tomorrow

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Tomorrow, the San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission continues discussion of the Santa Maria Oil Refinery expansion to accommodate more rail transport of crude oil. Protestors came from all over California to tell planning commissioners about so-called bomb trains and reasons why the Santa Maria refinery should not be allowed to accommodate more oil trains. Currently, the oil is shipped …

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Day of Hope Fundraiser Was a Success

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The 3rd annual “Day of Hope” fundraiser a success in Santa Maria. More than 500 volunteers lined the streets of Santa Maria, Orcutt and Nipomo. They sold newspapers for $1 each to raise money for the Mission Hope Cancer Center in Santa Maria. It will take a few weeks to total yesterday’s fundraising efforts, but organizers expect this year surpassed …

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