Daryl Grigsby is the public works director for the City of San Luis Obispo. This letter has been edited for clarity. Today, Mustang News published an article titled, “Despite city goal, only one new street light is to be installed…
It was 8:03 p.m. Dusk had settled in, but not so much that one’s eyes could adjust to the darkness. Industrial technology and packaging juniors Ben Simon and Ryan Meffert stood on Hathway Avenue talking on the sidewalk. As…
The city of San Luis Obispo is looking for students to help paint 27 utility boxes scattered across the city.
In 2017, SLOPD allowed parties to be registered with the city in advance, resulting in no party citations that year.
The proposed project still must be approved by City Council and even then, construction will not begin for at least one year.
Tenants of The SLO claim renovations made without a permit are creating unsafe living conditions.
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Then new buses will feature public wi-fi, flexible seating arrangements, sun-roof-like emergency escape hatches and more.