Photos by Herb Shoebridge ~
The now decade old Gathering of Friends car show held a well attended event July 10 in SLO’s Laguna Lake Park. The event fetes European automobiles and hosts a few vintage motorcycle, too. Car entry fees go to support Jack’s Helping Hand, a local charity that provides assistance to children suffering with cancer and their family needs.
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By Courtney Haile ~
For the new Adventure Girl series in Tolosa Press I try new activities, push beyond my comfort zone of the gym, and explore what our little bubble of California has to offer. It seems dubious to write about Central Coast adventures without a visit to Vista Lago Adventure Park, located in the Lopez Lake recreation area in Arroyo Grande. Vista Lago is a side-by-side adventure and zip- line park with more than 50 elements to challenge your body and mind.
I woke up on a Saturday morning excited and a tad nervous, nursing a slight headache from a sangria-like concoction I’d prepared the night before (rookie move, I know). Wanting to avoid crowds and heat, I arrived right before the park opened at 10:30 a.m. and checked in with Amy at the front window. I signed a two-page waiver, relinquished my keys as collateral for safety gear, and was ready for one hour of unlimited access.
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Photos and Story by Camas Frank ~
The Aaron Gomez for SLO City Council 2016 folks held a party July 20 to officially launch their candidate at Lincoln Market & Deli.
Mayor Jan Marx, who had already unofficially announced she’d run, got her 2016 re-election campaign underway for a fourth and final term on July 21, with a slightly different atmosphere at the Steynberg Gallery on Monterey.
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By Neil Farrell ~
A vacant property on Coral Avenue has finally been sold and now the City of Morro Bay will have to decide what to do with the money.
The approximately 1-acre vacant parcel at San Jacinto Street and Coral Avenue was given to the City by the original developers of the Cloisters, Keyoto-Natalie Corp., back in the 1990s, with the intentions that a new fire station be built there.
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By Theresa-Marie Wilson ~
The Grover Beach City Council unanimously voted to move ahead with a ballot measure asking voters whether or not to place a tax on the sale of marijuana. The levy would include medical cannabis and, quite possibly, recreational pot use should California voters approve legalizing it in the November election.
“I think it makes sense that we do move forward to place something on the ballet,” said Mayor John Shoals. “I do want to make sure we do something that is fair and put that to the voters.”
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