The city council approved a program that will give residents 20 minutes to quiet down before police issue a citation.
The truck is here to host the first round of auditions for an upcoming episode of the popular game show.
The council informally voted against the program at the town hall meeting in February. Tuesday’s meeting marked its formal repeal.
San Luis Obispo residents who host parties could have an opportunity to quiet down before a citation is issued
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