Editor’s note: This article is available in Spanish here. Developers will now pay a set fee per square foot of development if they don’t include enough affordable housing units in their projects due to changes to San Luis Obispo’s Inclusionary Housing Ordinance. Last month’s updates to the ordinance are the most recent effort in a years-long […]
La Ciudad de SLO impondrá cuotas de desarrollo para promover los proyectos de viviendas asequibles
Editor’s note: El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por Liv Collom. Los desarrolladores ahora pagarán una cuota fija por cada pie cuadrado de desarrollo si no incluyen unidades suficientes de vivienda asequibles en sus proyectos debido a cambios a la Ordenanza Incluyente de Vivienda de San Luis Obispo. Las actualizaciones del […]
Marx and Harmon: Two candidates, one mayoral seat
Read up on how each candidate stands on issues like student housing and the Rental Housing Inspection Program.
Yes, you’re spending too much on textbooks
This post has been paid for by Cal Poly Corporation’s University Store, and does not reflect the editorial coverage of Mustang News. It’s the beginning of the school term and students rush into their new classrooms. After the professor welcomes them and explains the course objectives, the class syllabi are passed around, disclosing the required textbooks. […]
Students face high-priced housing
Repurposing rooms can help lower rent, local landlord Mark Schroeder said.
City Council: Your Not-so-Friendly Neighbors
Eric Stubben [follow id=”ericstubben”] Eric Stubben is a mechanical engineering junior and Mustang News conservative columnist. These views do not necessarily reflect the opinion or editorial coverage of Mustang News. “Did you hear about the new ordinance that City Council passed over break?” my rental home’s gardener asked as I slowly cracked open my front door […]
University Store offering new tablet rental
Jessica Burger email@example.com As students file back into classes, fresh from a winter break rife with gifts, various new tablets and e-readers can be spotted all throughout Cal Poly, leaving envious students in their wake. Those jealous of fellow students sporting brand new tablets and more can quickly fix the problem though — all without […]
Rental experience goes to the bitter end
Last spring, I published an article detailing my struggles with my previous real-estate management company McNamara Realty. I received an overwhelming amount of support, and as I suspected, I was not alone in my struggle. At the time my piece was published, many things regarding my rental situation were unknown and pending. Nearly nine months […]