City councilman John Ashbaugh is interested in annexing Cal Poly.
This years WOW class may have different memories of WOW, ones with less parties and red cups.
In the short term, there isn’t enough space to accommodate a significantly larger student population, according to Armstrong.
The new year is a time to both reflect and look forward.
Councilman John Ashbaugh, San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx and Alliance of SLO Neighborhoods have their own ideas.
The plan is currently being looked at by Cal Poly administration, UPD, SLOPD, city council and others.
The proposed ordinance resulted from complaints about noxious odors from outdoor medical marijuana cultivation in a residential area.
A petition signed by 28 past city council members arrived at City Hall on April 16 with the message: the San Luis Obispo City Council and Cal Poly need to collaborate more on the consideration of the future 1430-bed student residence hall.
In a time where two California cities recently declared bankruptcy, San Luis Obispo is steering clear of financial trouble. The San Luis Obispo City Council approved the city budget for the upcoming […]
New bars and restaurants in downtown San Luis Obispo will face additional regulations, following the San Luis Obispo City Council approval of new use permits in June. The use permits […]
Walking around campus, it is not particularly difficult to find someone just asking to have a run in with the law. Skateboarders cruise down Perimeter Road, bikers run through stop […]