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Around SLO County: Baywood Project / Port San Luis News

Around SLO County: Baywood Project / Port San Luis News

February 29,2016- Baywood Could Get Two-Story, Mixed Use Project Baywood could see a new commercial / residential building permitted at the corner of 2nd and Santa Maria in Baywood Park…

Confidence Builds For Wet First Half Of March / 10,000 Acres Of Almond Trees Pulled

Confidence Builds For Wet First Half Of March /  10,000 Acres Of Almond Trees Pulled

February 29,2016- NWS Hanford is predicting an atmospheric river event next weekend as confidence is building that El Nino wet weather will kick during the first half of March. The…

More Than $400 Million In Solar Construction Underway In Southern Tulare County

More Than $400 Million In Solar Construction Underway In Southern Tulare County

February 29,2016- Tulare County has issued permits for $422 million in utility-scale solar power projects recently. Both projects are in the southern part of the county. Permits for 4 projects…

PG&E Achieves Major Renewable Energy Milestone

PG&E Achieves Major Renewable Energy Milestone

February 28,2016- PG&E, one of the cleanest utilities in the nation, announced today (Feb. 25) that the renewable energy it delivers to its customers has reached nearly 30 percent. California…

El Nino Or La Nada? Early March Storms Look Promising

El Nino Or La Nada? Early March Storms Look Promising

February 26,2016- The latest computer models (GFS) show a series of storms coming into the state overcoming ‘The Blob’ of high pressure – first northern California and then central California…

Foster Farms Plans New Organic Feed Mill In Traver

Foster Farms Plans New Organic Feed Mill In Traver

February 26,2016-Making good on its promise to expand availability of organic chicken, Livingston-based Foster Farms has taken out a $15.8 million building permit to erect a new organic feed mill…

Consumer Watchdog Tells So Cal Drivers Fill Up Now

Consumer Watchdog Tells So Cal Drivers Fill Up Now

Gas Prices To Rise Quickly As Major Refiners Switch to Summer Blend And Raise Prices On Their Dealers By 37 Cents Over Night 2/25/2016- Los Angeles, CA — The nonprofit…

California Wine Exports Set Record in 2015: Worldwide Demand Grows, Despite Strong Dollar

California Wine Exports Set Record in 2015: Worldwide Demand Grows, Despite Strong Dollar

Feb 25, 2016 SAN FRANCISCO — U.S. wine exports, 90% from California, reached $1.61 billion in winery revenues in 2015, an all-time record and a 7.6% increase from 2014. Volume…

Sunkist Weathers Slowdown In Citrus Exports

Sunkist Weathers Slowdown In Citrus Exports

February 25,2016- Citrus farmers including Sunkist members had a phenomenal year in 2014. So it is not a big surprise that 2015 did not repeat as was reported by Sunkist…

Donation Offers New Access To Least Visited Sequoia Grove

Donation Offers New Access To Least Visited Sequoia Grove

Save the Redwoods League, Sequoia Riverlands Trust Donate Land in Tulare County to BLM February24,2016- Three Rivers, Calif. – Save the Redwoods League and Sequoia Riverlands Trust (SRT) announced today…

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