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Do you keep tabs on what the Paso Robles City Council does that might affect you? Are you aware of all the new ordinances that get passed or proposed each time it meets? Here’s what happened on September 18, 2012. Many citizens are not happy campers today.
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.
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.
In awe over the display of color we’ve had in the North County this fall? One of the places I most enjoyed it was in the Croad Vineyard. I was privileged to get a private tour and permission to roam around with my camera, and now you’re invited to come along with me.
Walk with me along the Salinas River after today’s storm and see how full it’s become. You will be amazed if you haven’t seen it lately. I walked along the Salinas River Trail in Lawrence Moore Park in Paso Robles, observing the current of the overflowing river , the broken tree branches, and the cloud formations in the blue sky. Words can’t describe it, so I’ve brought you the pictures.