Women’s March SLO hosted a virtual rally — “Power Up Democracy” — on Jan. 23 via Facebook Live and YouTube. The online format allowed for elected officials like State Senator Toni Atkins to attend. Women’s March SLO co-founder Dawn Addis says the event was incredibly gratifying and allowed people to come together and connect despite […]
As San Luis Obispo county moves back to the purple tier of COVID-19 restrictions, restaurants downtown have to adjust. Under the more restrictive guidelines, indoor dining is no longer allowed. The shift to outdoor dining in the cooler winter months has worried some businesses.
The ordinance that banned these products was passed Feb. 4, 2020 and was was set to take effect on May 4, but the city postponed enforcement so stores that sold e-cigarette and flavored tobacco products had time to sell the rest of their inventory during the pandemic.