Category: SAn Luis Obispo

I’m Making Further Political Posts on a New Blog

In consideration for those who may not share my political views but would like to read more about the people, places and cultural events I have normally written about, I’m starting a new blog on a different site just for those who want to read about local politics. Tidbits from Templeton will henceforth be free of politics. Get the link to the political blog in this post.

Do You Live in a Rural or Semi Rural Area?

If you’re a farmer or rancher or enjoying a rural lifestyle, your way of life may be about to change. The federal government is putting more and more restrictions on rural land use, and in some cases even taking some private land for their own uses without just compensation. Learn how you can protect yourself by being proactive.

April 15 San Luis Obispo County Tea Party Rally

Don’t miss your opportunity to get informed on important national and local issues at the San Luis Obispo CountyTea Party Rally on Sunday afternoon, April 15 , from 1-3. You will meet Shannon Grove, a member of the California State Assembly from Bakersfield who is working on an initiative for a parttime California Legislature. Be sure to sign a petition to get this on the ballot before you leave the Rally.

Do you pay any attention to local government?

Do you know what your local government is up to? Do you care? Maybe it’s time to pay attention if you value your way of life and your freedom. These people determine how you can use your land, whether your well can be regulated and how, whether you need to prevent rain and sprinkler water from running off your property into the street, where your trash cans can be stored, when you water your lawn and wash your car, and a number of other things. They also determine how your tax money is spent. They are currently trying to implement U.N. Agenda 21. Heard of it? If not, it’s time to inform yourself.

Keeping an Eye on Local and State Government Officials

Are you aware that your local government officials are quietly implementing the goal of Agenda 21 in your city and county. That means the United Nations has more influence over the regulations being proposed where you live than you do, unless you learn how to fight it. You can learn that on Monday, Feb 13, 6 PM.

First Phantom Project at 672 Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo

Today was the opening day of the first Phantom Project art exhibition, a juried show in San Luis Obispo. I’m hoping the pictures I took during my time there today will inspire you to go and look more closely at the details you can only see in person. Both 2-D and 3-D art was exhibited with mixed media, paintings, wood, and even fused glass. Many works contained recycled materials used in ingenius ways.