You may have been noticing new meters downtown — but they’re not for parking.
Mustang News reporter Lisa Diaz went to Grover Beach to see how a group of Cal Poly students is making an impact on the community.
The proposed ordinance resulted from complaints about noxious odors from outdoor medical marijuana cultivation in a residential area.
Associated Students, Inc. leaders requested the bars stay open, according to the statement, “since students are adults and must take responsibility for their own behavior.”
Dan Carpenter said that he thinks it is “a bad idea” to recommend when businesses should and should not operate.
After several noise complaints and three visits from the San Luis Police Department (SLOPD), officers pulled the plug on the Rock ‘N’ Flow concert in Santa Rosa Park on April 26.
Cal Poly is seeking a new location downtown for its SLO HotHouse program, with an addition of residential space to house 40-80 upper-division students.