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Lindsey: ‘Storm Door is Open’

City to Raise Fees For High-Traffic Businesses

Will change method for calculating impacts

Wet weather will continue

By MARK DIAZ mark@atascaderonews.com ATASCADERO — In an effort to protect its infrastructure and promote more stay-and-play businesses, a new policy by the City of Atascadero may have high-traffic generating businesses looking elsewhere to set up shop. Instead of banning drive-thrus like the City of San Luis Obispo, Atascadero City Council voted 5-0 to put in place a policy that directs staff to implement the City’s existing “alternative cost per single trip method” for calculating impact fees for businesses such as gas stations, coffee shops, car washes and other congestion-building business. “Drive-thru and fuel station businesses are considered incompatible with future corridor goals and will reduce the ability of other retail, lodging, or job producing land uses to locate there due to potential traffic impacts,” the staff report stated. The policy also gives staff the ability to responsibly restrict new drive-thru businesses in the city, especially along the El Camino corridor. According to the staff report, the Del Rio/San Anselmo area has been identified as a commercial node along the El Camino corridor that features office parks, mixed-use, commercial tourist and experience retail uses. Drive-through businesses, fuel stations, and other high traffic producing uses are considered incompatible with future corridor goals and will reduce the ability of other retail, lodging, or job producing land uses to locate there.

By MARK DIAZ mark@atascaderonews.com

Santa takes the first sled trip down a giant snow ramp built by the Atascadero Kiwanis Club for last year’s Winter Wonderland celebration. Contributed photo

Winter Wonderland Returns Dec. 13 By MELISSA ALLEN FOR THE ATASCADERO NEWS

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igger and better than ever before, the City of Atascadero’s Winter Wonderland will be back this year on Friday, December 13 from 5 to 9 p.m. in Sunken Gardens and the downtown area. Although it doesn’t snow often in Atascadero, rain or shine, there will be snow during this event — and lots of it. “Last year we brought in 53 tons of snow and this year we are bringing in 65 tons of snow because we want to increase the snow pile areas to be more significant,” said Terrie Banish, Deputy City Manager of Outreach, Promotions & Events. “The snow is used to build the snow slide which we couldn’t do without the Atascadero Kiwanis Club. They are a

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huge part of this event. They build the snow sled area every year and they tear it down.” Building the snow slide is such a massive feat, anyone who wants to volunteer either to build the ramp or dismantle it afterward is highly encouraged to do so. The snow slide will be between Traffic Way and Entrada, the only part of the downtown area with a great slope for getting some serious sledding speed. There will also be age-specific snow play areas for ages 12 and under and for ages 13 and over. To add to the wintry festivities, the Elk’s Club of Atascadero will have Joe’s Little Train; BubbleFun will be there with bounce houses, bungee jumping and obstacle courses; and more than 55 food and craft vendors will be scattered throughout the area CONTINUED ON PAGE A13

Woman Brings Cold Cases to Light Donates photos at City Council meeting

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City Approves ‘Micro-community’ Development By MARK DIAZ mark@atascaderonews.com

By MARK DIAZ mark@atascaderonews.com

ATASCADERO — What appeared to be a routine photo dedication to the City of Atascadero at the Nov. 26 council meeting, resulted in a surprising telling of how one woman’s dedication helped in identifying a primary suspect of two cold case murders. Charlotte Gibbon stood before the Council displaying three photos of Atascadero which she entitled “Working Together,” and began to dictate what the artwork represented. “Madam Mayor and City Council

NORTH COUNTY — According to local meteorologist John Lindsey, more wet weather is on the way with a low pressure system making its way toward San Luis Obispo County over the next two JOHN LINDSEY weeks. Last week’s storm kicked off the holiday season with the first rain in months. The precipitation was welcomed by firefighters, farmers and ranchers. According to Lindsey, meteorologists were expecting a dryer winter as they looked at the lack of precipitation through October and most of December. “This is wonderful news for the ranchers, this will really set the winter ryegrasses a growing and really reduces the fire danger, so this is really, really good news,” said Lindsey. He went on to say that the November rainfall is very beneficial for grazing lands because it starts the germination of the grasses to help produce in the winter months. The storm brought swells for surfers and Lindsey noted that the Humboldt Bay Buoy reached 37 feet for a 15-second period.

Charlotte Gibbon looks over a set of photos titled “Working Together,” as she donates them to the City of Atascadero during a City Council meeting Tuesday, Nov. 26. Photo by Mark Diaz

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ATASCADERO — The City of Atascadero greenlit a new type of development through the consent calendar at the Nov. 26 City Council meeting. Dubbed a “micro-community,” the Grand Oaks Paseo Project combines commercial space and residential housing into one design. Located at 4711 El Camino Real, the development plans to contain 30 residential units and four commercial spaces. The living quarters are micro, but not tiny, a distinction pointed out by Director of Community Development Phil Dunsmore. There is no question that the residential units are small with only 471 to 889 square feet for living space with some units having parking ports underneath. The commercial spaces that will face El Camino are even smaller at 400 sq ft. The micro-homes are intended to be “affordable by design,” CONTINUED ON PAGE A13

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Groves on 41 Owners Not Giving Up on Water Tower Sign

Working toward getting it back up soon By BRIAN WILLIAMS

TEMPLETON — Yellow caution tape has replaced The Groves on 41’s beloved water tower sign along Highway 41. On Nov. 1, after jumping through several hoops and going back and forth with San Luis Obispo County officials, the local olive farm begrudgingly took it down. The sign is a valued member of The Groves on 41 team,

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directing people traveling on Highway 41, since being erected in 2016 by the Tallents. The olive farmers and olive oil producers chronicled their struggles on The Groves on 41 Facebook page. “Well SLO County Building & Planning here you go, the water tower is down, no longer standing on its own 4 feet,” read a Groves on 41 Facebook post. “On a high note, this is not the last you have seen of the Farm Art; we cannot wait for our #familyfarm to be open as a #FarmStand and our guests will see the trailer on wheels when our #AmazingNeighbors are done constructing it.” Its return could happen

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soon. The Groves on 41 president Karen Tallent submitted paperwork in mid-November to the County for a farm stand permit that could lead to the return of the water tower sign, albeit modified. Applying for the farm stand puts an end to the Tallent’s attempt to save the water tower via a minor use permit. “I formally requested a withdrawal of the minor use permit. It became way too onerous. I’ve asked for a farm stand,” Tallent said, adding that the costs associated with the minor use permit would have been in the thousands of dollars but allowed them to have

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olive oil tastings, host small events, and keep their sign. In the spring of 2018, The Groves on 41 decided to go for the minor use permit. They submitted the money for it and all of the associated drawings and paperwork to the County. “We were ready to spend the money,” Tallent said. “We had thought everything was OK.” Tallent said over the years they addressed or attempted to meet numerous requests by the County’s Department of Planning and Building to bring the permanent water tower sign into compliance, including removing their web address, submitting build plans and paying a structural engineer to look at the sign. “We’ve been trying to do things right from the beginning,” Tallent said. Tallent said the County held up their application because they had a “violation.” The County determined the water tower sign was a “structure” and gave the Tallents a couple of options — remove the sign, move it back at least 20 feet away from the property line, or make the sign mobile. Moving it back would have hindered olive harvest and the day-to-day operations of the farm. “It doesn’t do anything other than hold a sign,” Tallent said. “So we thought it was a sign.” The Tallents decided to remove the sign and are looking into making it mobile. In the interim, Tallent said they are moving ahead with their farm stand plan and hope to have it up in time for part of the holiday shopping season. The farm stand is a two-anda-half page specification in the

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The Groves on 41 water tower sign was taken down on Nov. 1. Karen Tallent, president of The Groves on 41, said they are working on getting it back up. Photo courtesy of The Groves on 41

County’s land-use ordinance that, according to Tallent says indoors or outdoors, you can open a farm stand on your farm property and sell your goods. “I have submitted the application for that. Now I don’t have a sign that says we are open yet,” Tallent said, followed with a laugh. Her plan to alert people, at least until the water tower is ready, is to place a banner on a hay wagon. “We’ll put a banner on it and it will look pretty cheesy. It won’t look good,” Tallent said. “We are opening the farm stand as a proof of concept to

whether we can get people off the road to come and do some tasting and if we can, then we will go ahead and build an actual tasting room.” Their stand will be an outdoor barrel bar that is about 10 feet long, Tallent explains, pointing to the detailed plan that she submitted to the County. Tallent said she’ll know if it’s approved or needs to be modified in the next 4-6 weeks. Through all of this, they have done their best to smile and stay positive. “I think you have to maintain a good attitude. You could get quite angry, but I think that affects your health,” Tallent said.

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LOCAL CALENDAR For consideration in our print calendar, please send submissions at least three weeks before the date of the event to brian@atascaderonews.com. Limit entries to no more than 100 words. Calendar items are listed by date and it may take a while before an event submitted weeks in advance appears in the paper. DEC. 4 Pictures with Santa — On Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 5 p.m. Santa Claus will be at 1620 in Paso Robles, 831 13th St. There will be hot chocolate, candy canes and cookies. They will be offering pictures with Santa in in their Christmas area for a $5 donation to your choice of three charities — Disabled Veterans, Stand

Strong SLO, or San Luis Food Bank. DEC. 6-7 Christmas Bazaar — St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Annual Christmas Bazaar is Friday, Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Available will be handmade gifts for everyone on your shopping list. There will be a wonderful selection of home-baked goods, jams, jellies and candies, fleece wraps, scarves and mittens, jewelry, quilted bags and purses, travel accessories, kitchen essentials, dog and cat toys and treats, and picnic quilts. Bring your friends and neighbors. Proceeds to benefit the Atascadero Warming Center.

DEC. 11 North County Newcomers — Luncheon and General Meeting will be on Dec. 11 at The Cambria Pines Lodge. Social Hour starts at 11 a.m. followed by lunch at noon. Entertainment: Cuesta College Chorus Singers. Deadline for reservations: 8 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 1. Registration will be closed early if it sells out. Events are held the first Wednesday of the month for residents living in the area less than five years. Reservations are required. Visit northcountynewcomers.org, for further details. ONGOING Alice Creasy Rew Bookstore — Let Alice’s Bookstore and Friends of the Atascadero Library help

you get started on holiday shopping! Come check out our special selection of coffee table books, cookbooks and roadside Americana all at rock bottom prices. Or, restock your own stash from our fiction, kids, DVDs, CDs, puzzles, DIY or nonfiction items. There is something for everyone at Alice’s Bookstore. All proceeds go to support our Atascadero Library. Find our bookstore at 6555 Capistrano Ave. inside the Atascadero Library. Pre-School Storytime — Join the Paso Robles Library Pre-School Storytime for children ages 3 to 6 on Mondays at 10:30 a.m. and again at 11:30 a.m. Stories, poetry, music, movements and crafts encourage learning. Doors

close promptly at times listed, and parents need not accompany their child in the Story Hour Room. For more information, visit prcity.com/library. Grandparents and Books — Every Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. Volunteer grandparents share a variety of literature appropriate for children of all ages and plan a special craft and/ or activity on an informal, drop-in basis afternoons in the library. For more information, call 805-237-3870 or prcity.com/library. DAR meeting — Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) members meet monthly, usually the first Sunday of each month at Springhill Suites in Atascadero for a buffet lunch. Email dmcpatriotdaughter@gmail.com, for more information. ARWF Luncheon Meeting — The Atascadero Republican Women Federated

Luncheon Meeting is held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at SpringHill Suites Marriott. Check-in is 11 a.m. followed by lunch at 11:30 a.m. RSVP to arwfclub@gmail.com. Line Dancing — Beginner/ intermediate level line dancing offered at Centennial Park, Banquet Room A, 600 Nickerson Dr., Paso Robles every Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. or Wednesday from 9 to 10 a.m. $5 drop-in fee or $50 for a 10-punch pass. For more information, contact Tina Scarsella at tinascarsella@ gmail.com or 835-2076. NC News and Views Sharing Group — You are invited to join the first Thursday morning each month, for Local, State, and Federal topics. Doors open 8:45 a.m., with meeting starting at 9:15 a.m. Republican HQ’s, 7357 El Camino Real, at Adobe Plaza, Atascadero. A small donation welcome.

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OPINION The Atascadero News

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LETTER POLICY We welcome letters on public issues. Letters must include the author’s full name, home address and day and evening telephone numbers. We limit letters to 300 words. All letters are subject to editing for length and clarity at the sole discretion of the editor. Please send letters to: P.O. Box 6068 Atascadero, CA 93423 Or e-mail to: brian@atascaderonews.com

GOVT. CONTACTS 45TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DONALD J. TRUMP 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500 Comments: 202-456-1111 White House Switchboard: 202-456-1414 SENATORS OF THE 116TH CONGRESS Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) Class I 331 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510 (202) 224-3841 Kamala D. Harris (D-CA) Class III 112 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510 (202) 224-3553 40TH GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA Gavin Newsom (D) c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 445-2841 Fax: (916) 558-3160 gavin.newsom@gov.ca REPRESENTATIVE OF CALIFORNIA’S 24TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Salud Carbajal (D) (202) 225-3601 salud.carbajal@mail.house.gov REPRESENTATIVE OF CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 35 Jordan Cunningham Capitol: (916) 319-2035 District: (805) 549-3381 ad35.asmrc.org SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS District 1 Supervisor John Peschong (805) 781-4491 jpeschong@co.slo.ca.us

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s I write this after a Thanksgiving feast which has left my weight-loss goals in shambles, I look with some dread at the approaching Christmas holiday. It’s only three weeks and a few days away and absolutely nothing has been done in preparation. Within our family procrastination is a genetic trait (at least on my side) so when Christmas arrives a week early because Thanksgiving was a week or so later, a crisis looms. The Thanksgiving decorations are still up, even though the special day was only yesterday and our normal routine of decorating our 104-yearold home in the week after Thanksgiving is already behind schedule. Worse yet, the weather is being inconsiderate by bringing rain this week that was most needed last summer

ATASCADERO CITY COUNCIL Meetings: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month 6:00 p.m. Council Chambers 6500 Palma Ave, Atascadero (805) 470-3400 Mayor Heather Moreno Phone: (805) 470-3400 Fax: (805) 461-0606 hmoreno@atascadero.org

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us is the ringing bells of the Salvation Army’s Red Kettles. This century-old organization has brought a helping-hand to millions of those in need including some of the least accepted in our society, such as transgendered homeless not accepted in some shelters. They turn nobody away and bring a message of hope to many in despair. Salvation Army volunteers are so much a part of our nation’s Christmas tradition that they appear in countless Christmas-themed movies and are frequently portrayed in figurines accompanying Christmas village displays. Ringing bells for them is something to look forward to, especially when small, smiling, bright-eyed children place donations in the kettle: their motivation is the embodiment of the Christmas spirit. Other factors contribute to the festive spirit, such as the playing of traditional Christmas carols. I like “Silver Bells,” “The Holly and the Ivy,” “O Holy Night” and “Sleigh Ride,” the latter, particularly when played as an instrumental, officially reminding me that Christmas is near and putting me in the mood to browse through a few stores. Merchants take note! Communities that generously decorate their homes and

commercial districts with lighting enhance the mood as do community events such as Atascadero’s Friday night “Lake Walk,” which I believe is this week. Lest anyone be confirmed in the misguided belief that Christmas is just a massive Madison Avenue commercial spend-fest, the roots of the season are based upon real events that took place in history. One such spectacular event is the Christmas Star or “Star of Bethlehem.” The “Star of Bethlehem” which foretold the birth of the Jewish Messiah (Savior) was a heavenly sign that this event had occurred. The “Magi” described in the Bible’s New Testament scripture was a combination of astrologers and astronomers of their day. The region of their origin, most likely ancient Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), were noted for their proficiency in astronomy but also astrology. In ancient times astrology and astrologists were held in high esteem and were frequently counselors to kings. For instance, the Jewish prophet Daniel was one such counselor to the king of ancient Persia (Iran). The “Magi” referred to in the New Testament Gospels regarding the birth of Jesus, (the Christ or Savior) were noted astron-

omers and astrologers of their day of very high rank, given the deference shown them by the royal court of King Herod, the ruler of ancient Judea (with allegiance to Rome) at the time of Christ’s birth. The Magi had been following an extraordinary astronomical phenomena, the apparent “collision” of the two brightest planets in our solar system, Venus and Jupiter. It was an optical illusion as the two planets remained separated by millions of miles but their orientation to the Earth and Sun at that time made them appear to be a single, extra-brilliant star shining in the heavens. So bright was this phenomenon that it was visible in variable degrees of brilliance throughout the habitable Earth. Modern computer technology allows us to recreate the ancient sky and this event. Astronomers identify this event as occurring between 3 and 2 B.C., the period that Biblical scholars now confirm to be the time of the birth of Christ (an event confirmed by both ancient prophecy and modern scholarship) which places it in the town of Bethlehem. Pretty amazing stuff, but remember, by the time you read this you will only have 20 days until Christmas Eve.

California GOP Shows Why It’s Become Irrelevant

District 5 Supervisor Debbie Arnold (805) 781-4339 darnold@co.slo.ca.us

Mayor Pro Tem Charles Bourbeau Phone: (805) 703-3809 cbourbeau@atascadero.org

during peak fire season (with a bonus of a major wind event). It makes standing on slippery ladders to reach our second-story exterior even more adventurous than usual, especially since our two labrador retrievers insist on helping as much as possible (like getting tangled in ropes of Christmas lights dangling beneath). As for “Black Friday” shopping, we long ago “gave that up for Lent” having realized that what our family needs is not another ultimate electronic device or special gift that will likely be returned faster than it took us to drive to SLO or order it on-line. (Shopping out-of-town? Heresy!!) We’d rather shop local but choices are still exceedingly limited despite the best efforts of civic leaders and businesses to improve the commercial environment. One solution is to simply buy less but make it count which is hard to do for family-members whose traditional response is “I don’t know, let me think about it” when asked what they might like for Christmas. We usually get a firm response around Dec. 23. All of this, of course, overlooks what brings a sense of quiet satisfaction during the Christmas season. One sign that Christmas is upon

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f anyone still wonders why the California Republican Party has become a largely irrelevant group holding far less than one-third of the Legislature, only seven of this state’s 53 congressional seats and 23 percent of registered voters… Understanding comes with a quick look at party leaders’ responses to President Trump’s outright racist summertime tweets. There essentially was no response. Trump, who routinely vilifies anyone who doesn’t toe his line, went a step farther in attacking four radical new congresswomen who are often accused of anti-Semitism and

being outright socialists. Although three of the four are United States natives, Trump told these members of the so-called “Squad” to “go back” to the “crime-infested places from which they came.” He added that they all “originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total mess.” For Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, that would mean Somalia, where pirates abound and Trump’s label might apply. But the other three, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, were born in Cincinnati, Detroit and the Bronx, respectively. If those places are crime-infested, the Trump-led federal government is at least partly responsible. The President’s outburst of irritation at this small group, which has also rebelled against Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, produced an immediate outcry from establishment House Democrats regularly at odds with the Squad. They quickly introduced and passed a resolution rebuking Trump for his “rac-

ism,” noting that he criticized only women of color. Four Republicans and an independent joined all Democrats in voting for that. But California Republicans said nothing critical of Trump, who apparently can do no wrong in their eyes. Not one of California’s vastly diminished corps of GOP congressmen had a negative word for the most outrightly bigoted public statement the President has ever made. His tweet was also inaccurate, unless he considers America a “crime-infested place.” Rather than taking their leader to task, Republicans including the top-ranking one in California — Bakersfield Congressman Kevin McCarthy, the GOP’s House minority leader — immediately began a series of apologias for him. Trump, said McCarthy, was making a point about the four Democrats’ affinity for socialism. “It’s a debate about ideology,” he said, although Trump never mentioned ideology. McCarthy differed only slightly from his golfing

buddy in the White House by conceding that “They’re Americans…” None of this state’s other six Republicans in Congress said a thing, meekly going along with their titular party leader. This, despite the fact some other Republicans in Congress did speak out. Texas GOP Rep. Will Hurd, for one, called Trump’s comment “racist and xenophobic.” And the only black Republican senator, Tim Scott of South Carolina, noted that “No matter our political disagreements, aiming for the lowest common denominator will only divide our nation further.” Also saying nothing was new state GOP chair Jessica Millan Patterson, the first Latina to lead her party in California. When she sought the job, Patterson said her top priority was broadening the party’s appeal to non-white voters. Staying silent on Trump’s bigotry merely because he is a fellow Republican won’t do that. Neither will the state GOP’s steadfast opposition to broadening state programs like Medi-Cal to provide

health care coverage for youthful undocumented immigrants. Nor its longstanding efforts to kill any gun control measure ever proposed. Nor its voting against every legislative idea that might mitigate California’s housing crunch. And so on. California Republicans often decry the fact this state has “one-party government.” They’re right, in that few Republicans now reside in the Legislature, although the GOP holds many local offices. But the state GOP needs to look in a mirror to understand why the most diverse state in American history by vast margins prefers to identify as Democratic and let Democrats control state politics and public policy, even when Democrats do plainly corrupt things like taking donations from big utilities days before passing a bailout plan for those same monopolistic companies. The California GOP needs to recognize this reality: Tolerate bigotry and you become a bigot in the eyes of the many minorities who make up a majority in California.


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WORSHIP DIRECTORY ATASCADERO BIBLE CHURCH Atas. Mall & Fwy. 101 (6225 Atas. Mall); Sunday Worship 8 a.m., 9:15 a.m. & 11 a.m.*; *kids programming available at these services; Rejoice Service 5:30 pm; Middle School ministries – Tuesdays 6:30 High School ministries – Wednesday 6:30 p.m.; Celebrate Recovery, Thursdays 7p.m.; Pastor Tom Ferrell, 466-2051; abcchurch.org.

ATASCADERO GOSPEL CHURCH Corner Curbaril & Atascadero Ave.; Sunday 9:30 a.m.-Reflect, 10:10 a.m.-Connect, 10:30 a.m.-Recharge; AWANA Clubs Wednesday 6:30 p.m.; 466-0175; Ted Mort, Pastor.

AWAKENING WAYS SPIRITUAL COMMUNITY Living the Consciously Awakened Life; Rev. Terry and Dr. Frank zumMallen; Sunday Gathering for Children & Adults 10 a.m.; Atascadero Lake Pavilion, 9315 Pismo Street; A New Thought Spiritual Community!; For classes and workshops in Practical Spirituality and upcoming events visit our website awakeningways.org; 460-0762.

GRACE CENTRAL COAST NORTH COUNTY CAMPUS 9325 El Bordo Avenue; Sunday Services at 9:30 and 11 a.m.; 805-5432358; gracecentralcoast.org; Helping people find and follow Jesus.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 238 17th St. Paso Robles; Sunday Worship 10 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Our Wednesday Testimony; Meeting is the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.; Reading room-same location after services & by apportionment.

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 9925 Morro Road, Atascadero; “The church on the hill”; An independent church committed to the teaching of God’s Word.; Sunday School – 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship – 11 a.m.; Evening Bible Study – 6 p.m.; Wed Prayer – 7 p.m.; Nursery care provided.; Pastor Ken Butler, Jr.; (805) 461-9197.

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 535 Creston Rd., Paso Robles ; (805) 238-3549 ; Dr. Gary M. Barker, Pastor ; Goal of church: To teach Belie; ers to love God and people.; Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday School; 10 a.m. Fellowship ; 10:30 a.m. Service; 6 p.m. Eve Service ; Wednesdays: 7 p.m. prayer meeting.

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s I walked into a store last weekend, I had to walk around a huge sign announcing that there were only 24 days before Christmas. Right now, as I write, I see that there are only 22 days left! As my Grandma O’Haver used to say, “Mercy, mercy, the 25th is surely coming up fast!” Of course, the sign is used to remind shoppers that their mission is to spend money. I prefer to be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas — the celebration of the birthday of Christ. I hope you, your family and friends enjoyed your Thanksgiving feast and all the football games on TV. We ventured to Paso Robles to spend the day with our son

LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER-LCMS 4500 El Camino Real, Atascadero; 466-9350; Morning Bible class at 9 a.m. Sunday; Coffee and Sunday Worship with Holy Communion at 10 a.m. Sunday; Thursday morning Bible class 10 a.m. followed by refreshments and fellowship; Developmentally disabled Bible class 1st and 3rd Saturday mornings; redeemeratascadero.org; redeemeratascadero@gmail.com; Pastor Wayne Riddering.

PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, UCC We honor ancient scriptures, responding to God’s contemporary call to be just and kind.; Join us for Worship Sunday, 10 a.m.; Church School Sunday, 10:15 a.m.; Coffee Fellowship 11 a.m.; Men’s Bible Study, Wednesday, 8 a.m.; Women’s Bible Study, Friday, 10 a. m.; Youth Group; 1301 Oak St., Paso Robles; 805-238-3321

ST. ROSE OF LIMA CATHOLIC CHURCH 820 Creston Rd., Paso Robles; (805) 238-2218- Parish Office open Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; website: www.saintrosechurch.org; Mass times;; Daily Mass- Mon-Fri 7 a.m., Sat 8 a.m.; Spanish Mass- Tues 7 p.m.; Sunday Mass times:; Saturday, 5 p.m. Vigil Mass; Sunday, 8 a.m., 10 a.m., 5 p.m.; Spanish Mass- 12:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.

ST. WILLIAMS CATHOLIC CHURCH 6410 Santa Lucia Rd., Atascadero; Father Edwin Limpiado, Father Martel Ramos, Priest in residence; stwilliams.org; Confession:; Sat .3 p.m. or appt.; Mass or Communion Service; M-F 8:30 a.m; Weekend Mass Schedule; Saturday: 4:30 p.m.; Sunday: 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. (Sp), 4:30 p.m.

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 940 Creston Road; Has two; Sunday worship services, a contemporary service at 9 a.m. and a traditional worship service at 11 a.m.; Children’s service starts at 9:30 a.m. ; For more information, call the church office at (805) 238-3702.Ext. 206.

UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF ATASCADERO 11605 El Camino Real, Atascadero; Sunday Service Time: 10 a.m.; Nursery Care Provided:; 9:45 a.m.- 12:15 p.m.; Mid-week student ministry; PreK-12th grade Sept-April, Weds, 4 p.m.; 805-466-2566; Pastor Steve Poteete-Marshall; atascaderoumc.org.

ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 513 Palma Ave., Atascadero; Sunday services: Holy Eucharist — 9 a.m., Taize — 8 a.m.; the Rev. W. Merritt Greenwood, interim director; the Rev. James Arnold, Deacon; the Rev. Jacqueline Sebro, Deacon; office 805-466-0379, fax 805-466-6399; website stlukesatascadero.org; email office@stlukesatascadero.org.

reach to women and girls, including college scholarships, Tech Trek science camp, and other programs that promote equity. The Atascadero Chamber of Commerce Art, Wine, and Brew tour in the historic downtown will take place on Friday, Dec. 6, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. rain or shine. Presale tickets are available online at AtascaderoChamber.org and are $25 per person. Tickets purchased at the event will be $30. That same night you can catch a tour of our historic City Hall starting at 5 p.m. and witness the lighting of the Sunken Gardens at 6 p.m. Santa will also be arriving. For more information, call the Chamber at 805-4662044. This Saturday, Dec. 7, brings us two popular events for families. In Paso Robles, you can enjoy “Light Up Your Holidays” when the 58th Christmas Light Parade returns to the downtown with Santa Claus, starting at 7 p.m. Call the Downtown Main Street Association at 805238-4103, for more information. In Atascadero, enjoy a special evening walk around

Atascadero Lake with musical groups, carolers, community singing, holiday decorations, free admission to the Zoo, plus a visit with Santa. Walk Around the Lake is presented by the Atascadero Lake Neighborhood Association, and will take place on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. For more information, call 805-550-3147. Looking at the hours of the two events, you might be able to attend both of them. What fun! Looking at Santa’s schedule from here on out, I would say that he will be swamped! Marissa Bloom, Soprano, and Lacey McNamara, Pianist, with Danielle McNamara, Soprano, will present their “Tannenbaum Tunes” Holiday Concert Sunday, Dec. 15, at 3 p.m., at St. Luke’s Church, 5318 Palma Ave., Atascadero. For more information, visit marissabloom.com. As you can see, we are in for some beautiful visual, physical, and emotional experiences this holiday season. Be sure to dress warmly for those evening events! Enjoy the weekend. Cheers!

The Toothless Cattle Company

HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA 8 a.m. Traditional Liturgical Service; 9:05 a.m. Education and Sunday School; 10 a.m. Modern Worship Service with staffed nursery care provided; Holy Communion on 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays; Pastor Liz Radtke; Pastor Ryan Radtke; 8005 San Gabriel Road, Atascadero; 805461-0340; ourhopelutheran.org.

Dave and his wife, Shannon. Our crowd was smaller in number this year as some of the family was snowed-in in the area between Jackson and Tahoe. Granddaughter Madison was in Paris for that week and granddaughter Meredith stayed in Washington and will join us for Christmas. The four of us ended up with the big turkey and the trimmings all to ourselves. Shannon is a marvelous cook, the meal was delicious and now we have leftovers for the freezer to last a month! On Feb. 8, at the Templeton American Legion Hall on Main Street in Templeton, the Atascadero American Association of University Women (AAUW ) will present their fundraiser, “Eclipsed.” The event is a murder-mystery dinner theater production and will include a catered dinner by Chef Charlie, a glass of wine, (more available for purchase) and silent and live auctions. Tickets are $80 per person and are on sale now by contacting Janice at 805-8019071. Hurry, since tickets are limited and are selling fast. Proceeds will benefit Atascadero AAUW’s out-

I've always lived in fear of being broke. This was because my father, who was one of those Okies who migrated to California during the depression, reminded us all the time what it felt like to not know where your next meal was coming from. To hear him tell it the Joads in “The Grapes of Wrath” were zillionaires compared to his family. I never Lee Pitts got to the point where I didn't IT’S THE PITTS know where my next meal was coming from but a lot of those wasn't always a tightwad. meals consisted of a can of I didn't always stoop to pick up pennies, straight- chili beans. My college years were especially gaseous. en bent paper clips or shop When my wife and I in thrift stores. As a kid my lived in Australia we lived grandparents gave me ten in a caravan (house trailer) Carson City silver dollars every Christmas and birthday without cooking or bathroom facilities for $40 a week and and if I had all those coins we budgeted another $40 for now I might be in the Forbes 400, but I had to go and waste all other costs. Once a month we'd treat ourselves to a movie them on baseballs and bubble at the cinema even though gum. all they showed were Barbara I mowed lawns, delivered Streisand movies. When we papers, dusted furniture in got back to the states I vowed my Grandpa's furniture store and did anything to make a to never see another Barbara Streisand movie. And I buck. The funny thing was, haven't. the more money I made, the By the time I obtained my more tightfisted I became. The goal of becoming a rancher we deeper my pockets got the shorter my arms grew. I'm sure were back to living in a trailer house in a cow pasture we economists have a name for leased. Naturally my tightthis phenomena.

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fisted ways carried over into ranching. I bought my bulls in the slaughter run and the only cows we could afford had no teeth. At one sale the auctioneer thought he was being real funny when instead of naming me as the buyer he said the purchaser was The Toothless Cattle Company. Ha, ha. We made a lot of money being cheap. After a disaster called The Dairy Buyout I bought stocker cattle for as little 22 cents per pound and after those cattle gained 250 pounds I sold them for 55 cents. I bought several purebred Brahma bull calves in Arizona for $350 each during the height of the eared craze and sold them in a California bull sale five months later for a $2,500 average. I made steers out of bull calves and bought old shelly feeder cows that would bring a lot more when fat, if they lived that long. I learned how to buy cattle by sitting next to a grumpy old cattle buyer who tried to act mean but every time I was fixing to make a mistake and buy something I shouldn't he'd clear his throat. He insisted it was just a raspy throat but I knew better. He saved me from my own stupidity on

several occasions. One time I went to the sale yard expecting to buy more cheap cows but I got there early during a sheep dispersal. Instead of buying cows for $250 I bought ewes for ten bucks apiece and thus began our sheep flock. There were many years we made more money selling club lambs to kids than we did selling cattle. We fed the sheep the leftover, discarded and rotten produce that came out the back end of grocery stores. You wouldn't believe the waste! It was always at least 15 banana boxes per store filled with lettuce trim, deformed carrots and an assortment of odd onions, old cauliflower, misshapen oranges, mushy melons, squished peppers, potatoes, beets and broccoli. Many times you couldn't tell why some things were thrown out so it was only natural that I started selecting the better looking produce for our dinner table. My favorite was broccoli but unfortunately that's what the sheep liked best too. Needless to say, we ate a lot of greens with our chili beans and cancer-eyed cow hamburger. But I never had to worry where our next meal was coming from.

‘Forbearing One Another in Love’ potential problems can be avoided by displaying loving forbearance. This is what the apostle Paul encourages believers to do in Ephesians 4:2 and Colossians 3:13. Love is to be the motive for being forbearing. Love always desires to do what is best for another person. The Greek word translated Dr. Gary Barker, ”forbearing” is the verb “anPastor echo.” It involves the control CONTRIBUTOR of a person’s emotions with patience and tolerance. ne of the great A forbearing person when challenges of being irritated or provoked by the a member of a local church or any group of people bad behavior of another is to be able to get along with person will display patience other people who are different that will prevent him from in personality or mannerisms. getting angry and desiring to punish the person causing the Sometimes these differences can become a source of problem. conflict and irritation. These When anger is manifested

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instead of forbearance, the apostle James warns us that “the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God” ( James 1:20). An angry response to being unjustly treated will only cause the situation to get worse. As the old proverb says, anger is like putting gas on fire. To prevent the problem from compounding, loving forbearance must be the spiritual and godly response instead of getting upset. Paul the apostle mentions three attitudes and actions that will promote forbearance (Ephesians 4:2). Being humble, meek, and longsuffering will produce forbearance. In Ephesians 4:3, the apostle states that believers are to work hard to promote

unity among the members of a local church. When loving forbearance is displayed, it will always promote unity because love is displayed with patient forbearance. (1 Corinthians 13:7: love endures or is patient in all things.) The manifestation of forbearance is a supernatural display of being a “new man” in Christ (Colossians 3:1014). We are commanded to put on the “new man” which is godly, Christlike behavior. A believer has the potential to act like Christ and one of the many Christlike characteristics to be put on is “forbearing one another” (Colossians 3:13). What a great blessing will result in our lives when we display loving forbearance instead of anger.


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ANDERSON — Sandra Marilyn S. Maxwell Luz Anderson, 54, a Paso Robles resident, passed arilyn S. Maxwell of away on Nov. 28, 2019. Atascadero, passed Arrangements are under the suddenly at her direction of Kuehl-Nicolay home on Nov. 22, 2019. At Funeral Home. 88 years, she was alert, active, and independent up to her FOWLER — Delbert Hoppy final day. Her passing came as Fowler, 71, a Bradley resia shock, yet we’re grateful she dent, passed away on Nov. died peacefully and swiftly as 27, 2019. Arrangements are she would have preferred. under the direction of KueBorn in Floral Park, New hl-Nicolay Funeral Home. York, on April 23, 1931, Marilyn Joan Spitz was the pride BASINGER — William and joy of parents Herbert Cody Basinger, 35, a Paso Robles resident, passed away on Nov. 26, 2019. Mark Kirby Arrangements are under the direction of Kuehl-Nicolay ark Sean Kirby, Funeral Home. 62, died on Nov. 8, 2019, at his home LEWIS — Mark Lewis, 56, of in Atascadero from compliPaso Robles, passed away cations after a stroke on Oct. on Nov. 30, 2019. Arrange24. His funeral service will be ments are under the care of held at St. William’s Catholic Blue Sky Cremation Service. Church, 6410 Santa Lucia Rd., Atascadero, on Saturday, Dec. KUJAWA — Vincent Kujawa, 7, at 11 am. A reception will 52, of Atascadero, passed follow. away on Nov. 24, 2019. Mark was born on Jan. Arrangements are under the 24, 1957, in Glendale, Calif., care of Blue Sky Cremation to Peter and Kay Kirby. Both Service. parents are deceased.

Spitz and Florence Catalano. An only child, her youth was

shaped by the love of her parents and the Great Depression. Her father traded in lace and silk fabrics. She reflected on her childhood fondly, noting that her family got through the depression without much struggle. Marilyn’s family relocated to Sherman Oaks as a high school senior. After a difficult transition, she found her stride at UC Berkeley. She married Gene Maxwell in 1955, and raised two children in Laguna Beach. The couple divorced in 1976, and she found her life-

long partner Betty Gaw, who passed in 2016. In 1982, Marilyn and Betty relocated from Laguna Beach to Atascadero, on an idyllic property located on the westside of town. Her profession as Opthalmist began her history of service to others. An incessant learner and an avid reader, she returned to college in her 40’s and received a Bachelor’s in Social Ecology from UC Irvine. This led to her love of the Atascadero Public Library, where she worked for decades,

primarily in the children’s book section. She became an inspiration to countless young readers. A loving mother and grandmother, she is survived by her children Steven and Karen Maxwell, and grandchildren Julian and Olivia Schwartzman. Friends and family will join for a memorial service on Sunday, Dec 8, 9 a.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 5318 Palma Ave., Atascadero. All are welcome.

He attended Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, where he first met his

wife Robin Huntsinger. They met again 10 years after high school, through mutual friends, and were happily married for 33 years. They have three children, Jared and his wife Jenny, Taylor Rose, and Hunter. Mark was looking forward to welcoming his first grandchild in January, Lincoln Taylor Mark Kirby. He was planning to attend Taylor Rose’s graduation from San Jose State University in May and Hunter’s commission as a Naval Officer and graduation from the University of

California San Diego in June 2020. Mark recently retired from Ennis Inc. in Paso Robles where he worked as Plant Supervisor for 19 years and the reason he relocated the family to the Central Coast. Mark was a devoted father. He enjoyed watching Boston Red Sox baseball games, reading biographies and westerns, walking, stargazing, and birdwatching. Mark is survived by his five siblings: Vaune and husband Brian, Oran, Ellyn and hus-

band Rob, Peter and wife Judy, and Maureen and husband Rual. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends and all who knew him. The family of Mark Kirby requests that in lieu of flowers please donate to The Link Family Resource Center, a nonprofit organization helping families who are homeless. (EIN# 91-2022036) Mailing Address: 7343 El Camino Real #346, Atascadero, CA 93422 or online at bit.ly/DonateForMark.

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COOPER — James Alan Cooper, 79, of Arroyo Grande passed away Nov. 25, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. GAXIOLA JR. — Eugene S. "Tito" Gaxiola Jr., 77, of Arroyo Grande, passed away Nov. 23, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. CARROLL — Margaret M. Carroll, 97, of Arroyo Grande, passed away Nov. 26, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. COLLINS — Max Collins, 95, of Morro Bay, passed away on Nov. 27, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of Blue Sky Cremation Service. CRIST — Charles D. Crist, 91, of Nipomo, passed away Nov. 24, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. ZIGELMAN — Ina Zigelman, 94, of Arroyo Grande, passed away Nov. 24, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. DUTRA — George A. Dutra, Jr., 68, of Arroyo Grande, passed away Nov. 20, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. DODGE — Carol Gracia Dodge, 72, of Nipomo, passed away Nov. 24, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. BOWER — Joyce L. Bower, 67, of Taft and formerly of south San Luis Obispo County, passed away Nov. 17, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. FILTER — Donna C. Filter, 86, of Arroyo Grande, passed away Nov. 20, 2019. Arrangements are under the care of the Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach.

RED LIGHT ROUNDUP ATASCADERO POLICE DEPARTMENT NOV. 18 11:01: Brian Davis Cook, 41, of Atascadero, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. 11:31: Philip Daniel Furia, 40, of San Luis Obispo, was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance in the 6300 block of Morro Road. 12:20: Christina Marie Gragg, 59, of Atascadero, was arrested for possessing drugs/ paraphernalia inside a jail and a misdemeanor warrant in the 7100 block of El Camino Real. 14:32: Transient Sean Casey Colwell, 33, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. 14:39: Transient Gabriel Velanty Netz, 26, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. NOV. 19 01:28: Tyler Allen Smallwood, 28, of Atascadero, was arrested for DUI alcohol and any vehicle in accident causing damage/stop in the area of Atascadero Avenue and Atascadero Mall. 12:54: Transient Brian Scott Davin, 61, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. 13:21: Valerie Jeanne Dixon, 58, of Atascadero, was arrested for robbery in the 7600 block of El Camino Real.

14:20: Alexander Herman Friend, 27, of Atascadero, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. 15:02: Marc Kenneth Wolf, 50, of Atascadero, was arrested for suspended/revoked driver’s license and no proof of insurance. 16:30: Transient Emery William Justin Grohregin, 24, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, violation of probation and providing false ID to a peace officer in the 3200 block of El Camino Real. 16:47: Sierra Raelynn Shaw, 25, of Santa Margarita, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while suspended for DUI in the 3200 block of El Camino Real. 17:09: Michael Ray Hamlin, 52, of Atascadero, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. NOV. 20 00:52: Transient James Benjamin Scott, 21, was arrested for right to reimprison parolee, receiving/concealing stolen property and disorderly conduct: loitering on private property in the 5200 block of El Camino Real. NOV. 21

02:11: Timothy James Sawyer, 22, of Atascadero, was arrested for DUI alcohol in the area of Dolores Avenue and San Jacinto. 11:41: Randy Lee Morton, 44, of Atascadero, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. 12:18: Brian Patrick Taylor, 45, of Morro Bay, was arrested for illegal camping in the 8300 block of El Camino Real. 12:25: Jerry Ellery Millard, 22, of Atascadero, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. 15:37: Candice Matthews, 28, was arrested on a felony warrant. 17:16: Sean Adam Altman, 35, of Paso Robles, was arrested for second-degree burglary and receiving/concealing stolen property. 20:50: Brian Patrick Taylor, 45, of Morro Bay, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and violation of probation in the 8000 block of Morro Road. NOV. 22 00:34: Cheyenne Lee Clark, 27, of Atascadero, was arrested for suspended/revoked driver’s license and DUI alcohol in the 6000 block of Lewis Avenue. 10:45: Sean Matthew Lucero, 20, of Atascadero, was arrested for battery. 11:35: Jenny Rebecca James, 44, of Atascadero, was arrested

for driving while suspended for DUI and failing to obey sign. 17:30: Transient Shane Christopher McSeveney Johnson, 27, was arrested for false checks in the 6900 block of Capistrano Avenue. 22:15: Sarah Kristine Collins Anderson, 31, of San Diego, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. NOV. 23 22:00: Raymond Gene Glove, 26, of Grover Beach, was arrested for willfully resists/obstructs peace officer and disorderly conduct/drunk in public in the area of El Camino Real and Entrada. PASO ROBLES POLICE DEPARTMENT NOV. 18 15:54: Justin Allen Meloon, 24, of Paso Robles, was arrested on three misdemeanor warrants. 17:35: Norman Scott Batten, 59, of Oregon, was arrested for disorderly conduct/drunk in public. 19:57: Christina Joy Sims, 36, of Santa Margarita, was arrested for providing false ID to a peace officer and DUI of any drug in the 3800 block of Golden Hill Road.

NOV. 19 14:01: Kaitlyn Monica Grim, 21, of Paso Robles, was arrested for embezzlement in the 100 block of Niblick Road. NOV. 21 03:58: Ernesto Escalera, 20, of Paso Robles, was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant. 12:20: Transient George Nikolayev Arteaga, 28, for a misdemeanor warrant. 13:42: Transient Antonio Castillo, 25, was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance in the 100 block of Niblick Road. 13:44: William Cody Basinger, 35, of Paso Robles, was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant. 14:33: Robert Flores, 64, of Paso Robles, was arrested sexual penetration by force, false imprisonment and lewd acts with a child 14 or 15 years old in the 2300 block of Theatre Drive. 13:35: Brianna Mae Thomas, 23, of Paso Robles, was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance in the 100 block of Niblick Road. 23:44: Frank Dustin Pace, 46, of Paso Robles, was arrested for DUI alcohol in the area of 13th and Riverside streets. CONTINUED ON PAGE A9

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Majority of Cities in County Partnering with MBCP By MARK DIAZ COUNTY — Six of the seven incorporated cities in San Luis Obispo County chose to partner with the nonprofit Monterey Bay Community Power. The City of Atascadero opted out of the power broker’s proposal and the County postponed making a decision until more information was gathered. Both the City of Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo begin to receive power from MBCP next year while the remaining cities go online in 2021. Last year, the nonprofit entered into contracts with MBCP to provide green sourced and renewable energy to Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo. In June, both Grover Beach and Paso Robles entered into agreements with the organization and the rest of the cities followed meeting the 2020 deadline.

Known as community choice energy or community choice aggregation, these programs purchase green energy produced by wind and water turbines or solar panels and use PG&E’s infrastructure to deliver it to homes. In 2018-2019, the company matched PG&E rates and gave a 3.7 percent rebate to its consumers. Since MBCP is a nonprofit, the company is not beholden to shareholders and claims that the return on investment now goes to the public in the form of rebates rather than to individual investors. “We are delivering 100 percent carbon-free with 33 percent renewable and 67 percent large hydro. I actually talked to our power services team and found out that over 80 percent of the sites where we procure renewable energy from are in the State of California,” MBCP Director of Communication JR

Killigrew said. During its presentations to each of the cities throughout the County, MBCP made it clear that it does not produce the energy but purchases it from green sources and utilizes PG&E for its distribution. Killigrew stated that the business started in 2018 and has operated debt-free since its seventh month of operation. In a July Atascadero City Council meeting, Killigrew presented MBCP’s proposal. Due to the size of the crowd drawn by the presentation, Mayor Heather Moreno deviated from the City’s protocol and offered the public a chance to comment. Normally, the citizens are only allowed to comment during general comment time or on items on the agenda. By and large, people came out to support a partnership with MBCP citing the benefit

of using renewable and green sources of electricity as well as the rebates the company offers. However, there were a few who strongly protested an agreement with MBCP with the “opt-out” option. In accordance with California Assembly Bill 117 established into law in 2002, individuals can opt-out of a CCA rather than opting into the program. AB 117 was formed to protect consumers from unscrupulous business practices as well as to stabilize the deregulation of the energy market in 2000-2001. Once a city joins the MBCP, people have a 60day window to opt-out of the program by a phone call or a business reply postcard provided by the company. After the initial three-month grace period, individuals must pay $5 to remove themselves from the MBCP consumer list.

The Atascadero City Council chose not to explore a partnership with the power company. Save for Council Member Susan Funk, the Council decided not to agendize MBCP’s proposal for further discussion. SLO County Board of Supervisors is still on the fence for the program. Last Summer, the SLO BOS paid $25,000 to Alison Turner & Associates to do a study on the pros and cons of joining with the MBCP. The study produced inconclusive results. The firm stated it needed “historical knowledge” before it could provide advice. The Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to request county officials to offer a new $80,000 proposal for a more in-depth analysis. The dissenting vote came from Fifth District Supervisor Debbie Arnold who would rather save the money and revisit the MBCP offer in a year.

ECHO North County Turkey Trot Brings in Over $30K STAFF REPORT

ATASCADERO — The inaugural North County Turkey Trot fundraiser for El Camino Homeless Organization held on Thanksgiving Day raised more than $30,000 for the organization. Two hundred and 50 people turned up at Atascadero Lake Park for the first community fun run/walk in North County, many wearing their best turkey costumes. Turkey Trots are a popular way to reunite with friends and family before the Thanksgiving Day feast. According to Runner’s World, more than 1,000 Turkey Trots take place in cities all across the nation. “We felt it was a good fit to create a North County Turkey Trot,” says Wendy Lewis, President and CEO of ECHO. “It’s a fun way to do something

healthy and enjoy the company of friends and family while giving back to the community.” One participating family was so moved at the support of the community. They matched the fundraising efforts of all those involved. The generous gift came from the BLoved Foundation’s Lori Bickel. “We were totally blown away by the Thanksgiving spirit of the day,” Bickel says. “As ECHO supporters, it completely touched our hearts to see a simple Turkey Trot on a cold and wet morning bring so many people together. We wanted the ECHO volunteers and supporters to feel the love because they ARE transforming lives.” ECHO will benefit from 100% of the proceeds to use toward its housing and meal programs. “We are very thankful for

the warm reception received at our inaugural event,” says Lewis. “This year to date, ECHO has served 50,000 meals and helped over 100 people find secure housing facing hunger and homelessness in SLO County. We thank all those that participated in the event and supported us in our mission to end homelessness in our community.” ECHO operates a safe and secure overnight 50-bed shelter to meet the immediate needs of families and individuals who have become homeless. Residents are provided case-management services to assist them in securing a job and finding permanent and sustainable housing within three months of entering the shelter. While enrolled in the program, residents are taught life skills for employParticipants in the North County Turkey Trot fundraiser for ment, budgeting, healthier habECHO pose for a photo. The event raised over $30,000. its and more. Photo provided by ECHO

Van Meter Receives Sheriff 's Advisory Foundation Scholarship STAFF REPORT

SAN LUIS OBISPO — The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff ’s Office recently handed out its first Sheriff ’s Advisory Foundation (SAF) scholarship award. It went to Joseph Van Meter, who is employed by the Sheriff ’s Office. The scholarship fund honors the memory of Retired Judge Richard C. Kirkpatrick, who passed away in July 2017. The scholarship fund was created to give residents of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties scholarships to advance their careers in the criminal justice system. Van Meter is pursuing a career in the criminal justice

Pictured left to right, SAF Executive Director Dan Cashier, SAF Scholarship Recipient Joseph Van Meter, SAF Director Kathleen Martinelli. Photo courtesy of San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office

system. His scholarship of $1,496 will be utilized to obtain his license to practice law

in California, which requires a Moral Character Evaluation, Passage of the Multi-State

Professional Responsibility Exam and Passage of the California Bar Exam. In May 2017, Van Meter graduated from the University of California Los Angeles-School of Law with a JD law degree. He specialized in law and philosophy. In April 2014, he graduated from Pepperdine University, Malibu, with a bachelor’s in Philosophy and a minor in Spanish. His lifelong goal is to serve as a Deputy District Attorney, prosecuting crimes, and later as a judge, presiding over those prosecutions. He spent a decade studying the law and working with the state’s various governmental agencies. He has been a Judicial Law Clerk at the Los Angeles County Supe-

rior Court in Compton, a Law Clerk at the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office in Stockton, and a Law Clerk/ Paralegal at Chavez-Ochoa Offices in Valley Springs. Currently, he is employed by the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff ’s Office as a Legal Clerk assigned to the San Luis Obispo Warrant Control Bureau and the Sheriff Records’ Office. Van Meter is married to wife Callie and they recently welcomed a son, Isaac, into their family. The SAF scholarship fund has been made available by a generous donation from Retired Judge Richard C. and Mary Kirkpatrick, who donated $100,000 to SAF.

MORRO BAY — The Morro Bay Maritime Museum is looking forward to a new exhibit of the Spindrift to be joining the fleet in a permanent exhibit. Thanks to volunteer John Burgener and his team — Joe, Dave, Tim, Bill, and others — the vessel should be ready to move to her new home this winter. The tiny fishing boat was built in San Francisco in 1933 by the Beviacqua family, owners of the Genoa Boat Works near Fisherman’s Wharf. The 28-foot vessel has a Mediterranean heritage spanning cen-

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NOV. 22 00:20: Transient George Nikolayev Arteaga, 28, was arrested for possession of un-

turies. The craft speaks to the influence of Neapolitan and Sicilian fisherman and boat builders that settled in San Francisco and Monterey Bay beginning about 1852. These immigrants brought with them a boat design that evolved into what is known today as the Monterey Fishing Boat, Monterey Hull, or sometimes Monterey Clipper. It was a popular design in the California commercial fishing industry from the 1920s through the 1960s. Her construction consists of a carvel planked hull of Port Orford cedar over sawn oak frames with a wood cabin. She was last powered by a 3-53

GM marine diesel engine. The Spindrift, our very own Monterey boat, was donated by the late Mike Fort of Morro Bay in memory of his father, Doug Fort. The Spindrift exhibit will help to celebrate the crucial commercial fishing heritage of Morro Bay. Sponsorship to help with the costs of this project would be welcome. Contact Morro Bay Maritime Museum at morrobaymaritimemuseum.org and click on support. The museum at 1210 Embarcadero is open Thursday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

lawful paraphernalia in the 100 block of Niblick Road. 07:38: Thomas Arthur Andersen, 32, of Paso Robles, was arrested for willfully resists, delays, obstructs a peace officer and a felony and a misdemeanor warrant in the 1100 block of Dorothy Street. 22:51: Transient Antonio

Castillo, 25, was arrested for violation of probation in the area of Highway 46 East and Sulphur Springs. NOV. 24 00:18: Cesar Michael Sanchez, 18, of Paso Robles, was

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PUBLIC MEETINGS

DEC. 10 — ATASCADERO SCHOOL BOARD — Regular meetings of the Board are held on the first Tuesday and third Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise noted, in the Kenneth Beck Building (District Office/ Board Room) 5601 West Mall, Atascadero. Open session begins at 4 p.m. DEC. 10 — PASO ROBLES SCHOOL BOARD — Regular meetings of the school board are held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month unless otherwise noted at the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Board Room, District Administration Office at 800 Niblick Road in Paso Robles. Open session begins at 5:30 p.m. DEC. 10 — ATASCADERO CITY COUNCIL — Regular meetings of the council are held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at City Hall Council Chambers, 4th Floor, 6500 Palma Ave., Atascadero. City Council regular session begins at 6 p.m. JAN. 7 — PASO ROBLES CITY COUNCIL — Regular meetings of the council are held the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Council Chambers on 1000 Spring St. in Paso Robles. Regular meetings begin at 6:30 p.m.

ROAD CLOSURES CLOSURE RIVER GROVE DR AT ESTRELLA RIVER BRIDGE: 07/15/19 to 12/15/19 — Road closed to through traffic for bridge replacement. Follow detour signs to use alternate routes. For more information contact Cori Marsalek at 805-7814995.

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The Spindrift boat. Contributed photo arrested on a felony warrant. 09:28: Manuel Ramirez Ortiz Stone, 29 of Paso Robles, was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance. 14:37: Benjamin Mykel Knudson Himle, 31, of Paso Robles, was arrested on three misdemeanor warrants.

16:31: Nicole Renee Swing, 36, of Atascadero, was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant. 22:00: Anthony Michael Valdivia, 32, of Paso Robles, was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant.

RIVER RD — bridge approximately 1.5 miles south of WELLSONA RD: The bridge is restricted to a single lane of travel. Full highway-legal loads are permitted. The bridge will remain with the single-lane restriction until it is replaced in the future. For more information, contact Brian Uder at 805788-2931. BURTON DR, CAMBRIA — PATTERSON PL to ETON RD: Event: 11/29/2019 to 12/24/2019 — Cambria Christmas Market from 5 to 9 p.m. (most days)


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Toy Bank Celebrates 25 Years of Giving STAFF REPORT PASO ROBLES — When you were a child, what did you dream about as Christmas approached? Was it a toy that you couldn’t live without? The holidays are a special time for children as they eagerly anticipate the gift of play. However, some kids go without that luxury because their parents cannot afford it. For 25 years, the Toy Bank of Greater Paso Robles has brought joy to those children at the holidays. The organization partners with Coats for Kids and the Salvation Army to coordinate the Day of Giving, the second Saturday in December when toys, coats and food gift cards are distributed to qualifying families Paso Robles, Bradley, Creston, Heritage Ranch, San Miguel and Shandon.

For Lucy Avila, the Toy Bank enabled her parents to have a Christmas morning for their children. “My parents were farm workers and earned very little,” said Avila. “They just didn’t have anything left over for gifts.” It’s been a decade since she and her brother received presents from the Toy Bank. “It made Christmas morning special. We were so happy and grateful.” So much so that Lucy gives back today. “I take a box every year to my work and I ask my friends and family to give,” she said. “I’m glad to give back. I imagine the happy faces — just like mine when I was little. I believe the smile of a child is the most wonderful thing to see.” This is the 25th anniversary of the Toy Bank of Greater Paso Robles. At its outset, the effort may have been chaotic, but today they are a welloiled machine. Over the years, they

have helped with about 8,500 families and 33,000 children. Amanda Bean began volunteering as a young Girl Scout stuffing stockings. Today, she is the Day of Giving Coordinator. Her work takes place all year since she shops for deals and specialty toys. “We typically don’t collect enough toys for boys and girls aged 9 to 12. It’s a little more difficult to buy for that group and we always want to have enough gifts for all the kids.” The effort takes off in early November when volunteers deliver toy drive boxes to more than 80 businesses in the Paso Robles area. Over the next few weeks, volunteers return many times to bag up toys. The work launches into overdrive the week before the Day of Giving. Bean works with volunteers to setup a hall at the Paso Robles Event Center and manage the distribution. “It takes a week to sort, bundle and

count the toys to make sure we have enough,” she explained. “There’s tremendous coordination to organize the hall with procedures, maps, signs and volunteer assignments so it all runs smoothly.” The Day of Giving alone requires 40 volunteer escorts, 60 more handling the toy tables, and another 20 for registration tables. Each year, they help with about 400 families with 1,300 children. The hard work has rich rewards. “When the parents walk in the room, they are shocked not just by all the toys, but because so many people care and want to help,” Bean said. “I’ve seen time and again, parents break down and cry because they were so thankful that they could give their children a little joy during the holidays.” “With this 25th-anniversary milestone, we want to thank every-

one who has made the Day of Giving possible,” said Bill Pluma, who has been with the organization for 20 years. “We are very appreciative for the donors, sponsors, businesses, social agencies, media, and, of course, the volunteers.” It takes about 130 volunteers and 8,000 hours of work to create the Day of Giving every December. Board President Maribeth Bonomi has been volunteering for decades, too. “I come back every year because it is a heartwarming experience, but we need help. Toy Bank is transitioning and we need fresh faces to keep this going another 25 years,” she said. “And it’s really rewarding volunteer work. The smiles on their faces and tears in their eyes says it all.” If you would like to join the Toy Bank of Greater Paso Robles and help create the Day of Giving 2020, visit their website at prtoybank.org.

Late Night Cruizers Car Club Donates $1,000 to Toy Bank By BILL PLUMA

Members of the Late Night Cruizers Car Club, right, hand over a check for $1,000 to representatives from the Toy Bank of Greater Paso Robles. Contributed photo

PASO ROBLES — For 25 years, Paso Robles has supported the Toy Bank of Greater Paso Robles in providing holiday cheer to families in need and putting smiles on the faces of children on Christmas morning. Last year, Late Night Cruizers Car Club member Javier Alba contacted the Toy Bank with a unique idea. The group wanted to put on a car show so that participants and visitors could donate toys. The Toy Bank Day of Giving was growing near, so time for planning an event of this size was short. The car club members rose to the challenge. In three days, they secured three business sponsors, a location, invited classic car owners and advertised the event. How can just a few big-hearted individuals get so much done in such a short time? Through

the generosity of business sponsor Juan Carrillo, of Carrillo Automotive, who donated t-shirts for all the car owners; Matt Borjon, of Borjon Auto Center, who displayed his dragster; Manny Medina, of Medina Light Show Designs, who provided festive music; Alba, who organized the event; and Late Night Cruizers club members, who participated and made it a day to remember; the group collected five truckloads of toys, school supplies and bicycles. This year, the Late Night Cruizers were unable to get their cars and trucks ready for another car show but wanted to show their continued support of the Toy Bank. They chose to celebrate with a luncheon at San Antonio Winery. Alba and Carrillo were the hosts along with contributors Thomas Martinez, Alberto Vasquez, Max Gonzales, and Vincente Esquivel, and they donated $1,000 and several bicycles.

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Atascadero's Annual Light Up the Downtown Set for Dec. 6 By MELISSA ALLEN ATASCADERO — The City of Atascadero will officially be in the holiday spirit Friday, December 6 for the Annual “Light Up the Downtown” Holiday Celebration at Sunken Gardens. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. with Holiday Art, Wine & Brew hosted by Atascadero Chamber of Commerce. For those 21 and over, more than 30 downtown merchants will have wine, craft beer and cider tastings. Admission cost is $20 which

includes a wristband and a wine glass. Tickets can be purchased online ahead of time at atascaderochamber.org or at the time of the event either at Atascadero City Hall or Grape Encounters EmPOURium on Traffic Way. As for the ceremony, a countdown will begin for the beautiful and awe-inspiring lighting presentation at the Historic City Hall at 6 p.m. “You might notice the trees might get a little bigger this year and we have our wreath and all the swag that goes around the building,” said

Terrie Banish, Deputy City Manager of Outreach, Promotions & Events. “We turn it all on at one time and from there we have our community entertainment.” Entertainment will include the Fairweather Four Barbershop Quartet, the Atascadero Community Band and many others. Complementary docent-led tours of City Hall will also be offered at 5, 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. Tours take approximately 40 minutes. Santa will be making his way from the North Pole and will arrive

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via fire truck before he makes his way to the lower rotunda of City Hall for personal visits. Attendees can enter through the Lewis Avenue side of the building and make their way to Santa for a photo and a candy cane. Aside from a chance to hang out with Santa, this event, which typically draws around 2,000 people, will also offer the chance to go on a horsedrawn hayride, a Model A fire truck ride and, of course, hot chocolate! “This event has gained in popularity over the years.” Banish said. “There’s

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a lot involved, a lot of community entertainment, a lot of folks out just to seeing their friends and family and neighbors and all ages are welcome, so that makes it kind of cool and it’s a beautiful evening to put light to.” Aside from the Holiday Art, Wine & Brew, this event is free and for all ages. However, you may want to consider bringing your pocketbook to purchase some holiday goodies and get some items crossed off your shopping list. For more information, go to visitatascadero.com.


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“The origin of this discussion came from the fact that we have over 16 fuel stations and over 16 drivethrus in a city of 30,000… it’s tearing away at our ability to provide other quality businesses based on our ability to address traffic impacts, that’s really what this is all about,” Community Development Director Phil Dunsmore said. In his presentation to the Council, Dunsmore listed some surprising facts of how much traffic some businesses produce. He stated that drive-thru restaurant/coffee shops generate an average of 1,500 trips in one day and gas stations produce an average of 2,400 trips per day compared to sit-down restaurants that create an average of 168 trips a day. “It’s a nationally recognized manual that we all rely on for estimating trips,” Dunsmore said. “They’re averages, some of these actually are higher, I mean certain brands or restaurants that we have in town are much higher than other brands even though they are the same size.” He went on to say, “What we have found doing our own analysis is that they are pretty darn close.” Councilmember Charles Bourbeau voiced his concern about the accuracy of the numbers, saying that he was “incredulous.” Dunsmore

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members, it brings me much joy to be here tonight on this Thanksgiving week, to be able to present these three pictures to give them as a gift to say thank you to you for your guidance and support and the abundance of basic resources that the city has to offer and had offered me in helping give two murdered Atascadero women, Jane Morton Antunez and Patricia Eilene Dwyer, a voice and in this building where it all began,” Gibbon said. Gibbon told the Council that exactly 42 years ago to the day, she was made aware of Antunez’s murder that took place on Santa Barbara Road. As an adult, she realized that the murder was never solved. “And the question that came to my mind was, ‘Why?’” Gibbon said. “So I decided to give her a voice.” Gibbon began her investigation in City Hall with the help of Judi Schaeffer who directed her to the Atascadero Police Department, the Library and the nonprofit Historical Society. “Judy may not have had the answers to all of my questions

said the source was the Institute of Transportation Engineers manual. Not fully convinced of the traffic numbers, Bourbeau showed concern about how high the impact fees were set. These fees require developers to pay for all or a portion of the costs of providing public services to the new development. City Manager Rachelle Rickard said the numbers were pulled from the Development Fee Nexus Report and that funds collected are to be used only for improvements of existing infrastructure. Rickard also stressed the City’s need for impact fees based on its unique position along Highway 101. “We have basically nine onramps/offramps interchanges here in town and almost every single one is a pinch point along El Camino, so there’s a lot of improvements that we need to make to keep traffic flowing freely at all those intersections,” Rickard said. Seconding the motion to implement the policy changer, Councilmember Susan Funk, summed up the Council’s lengthy discussion. “I think that what we’ve learned in this process is the very large extent to which we have inadvertently been subsidizing the class of businesses that are very hard on or infrastructure and contributing very narrowly to the City’s development goals,” Funk said.

but she showed me where to find them and encouraged me on my way,” said Gibbon. At the Library, Gibbon received help from retired Librarian Brian Coburn and Regional Librarian Jackie Kinsley. There Gibbons combed through Atascadero News articles stored on microfiche. “Jackie even went out of her way many times to go make copies in San Luis Obispo when the copiers were down here in Atascadero,” Gibbon said detailing the amazing support the Library provided. Gibbon’s search took to what she called “one of the most hidden treasures in our community,” the Atascadero Historical Society. In her presentation, she thanked them for access to their records and for introducing her to former Atascadero News Editor and Reporter Lon Allen. “He was so important in his first account stories of January 11, 1978, Mr. Allen was the Editor and Reporter for Patricia Dwyer,” Gibbon said and also thanked former Atascadero News Reporter Brad Humphrey who covered the Antunez murder. “One of the most special resources here too and I want to say ‘thank you’ is to the people

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between East Mall and Traffic Way offering a great variety of unique items to help you cross some holiday shopping off your to-do list as well as goodies such as gourmet hot chocolate. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be taking a day off from the North Pole to make an appearance and since he is the guest of honor, Santa will be leading the way by sledding down the snow ramp first along with his elves before they make their way to City Hall for visits with the kids. Outside of City Hall, attendees will find entertainment by Atascadero Elementary and High School Concert and Show Choirs. There will also be performances by Motions Academy of Dance, Fine Arts Academy of Dance and

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Rain water drips from Toyon berries growing along Traffic Way in Atascadero Saturday. Photo by Luke Phillips

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“This is one of the highest wave events recorded at this location. These waves are generated by hurricane-force winds from a 972 millibar storm off Oregon,” said Lindsey. People might be surprised to learn that the storm broke a record. The storm produced an all-time low-pressure record for California at 973 millibars at Crescent City. Millibars are a unit of air pressure. Lindsey said in layman’s term that the lower the pressure, the stronger the intensity of the storm. In comparison, hurricanes can register 925 millibars for the most intense storms. “The lower the atmospheric pressure at sea level, usually the more intense the storm is because nature never likes anything out of balance, so what transpires is that you have an area of low pressure and an area of high pressure and the winds are rushing in to fill in the vacuum of that area of low pressure,” Lindsey explained.

of Atascadero that came forward and sent private messages regarding this case to me,” Gibbon said. “Of course, I faced times of deception, discouragement, doubt, fear but I managed to get through them all because I always felt like my city supported me” In June 2016, Gibbon met with San Luis Obispo County Deputy Clint Cole who went over the evidence, clues and facts of the murders which led to the reopening of the investigations. “He sat with me for twoand-a-half-hours and reviewed all the information I had collected,” said Gibbon. “Even though it did not lead to an arrest, it had enough to bring the cold case active again and did help eliminate a few suspects in the beginning.” Gibbon thanked detectives Cole and Jeffery Robasciotti in their efforts to follow the leads she provided. Through the preservation of DNA in the original 1977 and 1978 investigation, law enforcement concluded that deceased inmate Authur Rudy Martinez was their primary suspect. Based on Martinez’s history of violent assaults on women and the timeframe he was in Atascadero, author-

Fine Arts Honor Choir as well as live DJing by Medina Light Show Designs. Entertainment starts at 5 p.m. and keeps going until around 7:30 p.m. A-Town Skate park will do a demonstration on East Mall and El Camino where there will be a band from 7 to 9 p.m. The Winter Wonderland is a free event for all ages. According to Banish, around 10,000 people from all over the county are expected to attend the event throughout the course of the evening to witness the spectacular snowy paradise. “Come and enjoy that event if you haven’t done it, it’s well worth it,” Banish said. “It’s a lot of fun and it really gets you in the holiday spirit.” For more information, go to VisitAtascadero. com.

Lindsey said that “a very strong and robust jetstream” was driving the low-pressure system. With the eastern Pacific high-pressure system moving closer to the international date line it’s open season on California for storms. “We’ll continue to see a wet weather pattern over the next couple of weeks,” Lindsey said. “The California storm door is wide open.” Weather stats came rolling in on Monday morning showing a rough average of 2 inches of rain since Tuesday, Nov. 26 — 2.25 inches in Santa Margarita, 1.97 in Atascadero, 2.31 in Paso Robles and 2.05 in Creston. Rain is expected to continue through the week with a short break on Thursday. “Another atmospheric river event is then expected to unfold on Friday into Saturday, with another round of moderate gale-force to fresh gale-force (32 to 46 mph) southerly winds and moderate to heavy rain. Long-range models show dry weather next week,” according to Monday’s weather report.

ities deduced he was most likely the murderer of the two women. On April 17, Sheriff Ian Parkinson held a press conference and detailed the findings and conclusions of the investigations. “Within 72 hours of the press conference the Associ-

however, some critics suggest that the square footage pricing is hardly affordable. Builders estimate that the smaller 1 bed-1 bath, 475 sq ft. micro-home will sell for $275,000 which translates to $578 a square foot. The largest of the dwelling units, a 3 bed-2 bath, at 873 sq ft. is estimated to sell for $375,000 or $453 a square foot. A unique feature of the project is the combination of live/workspaces. The plan calls for living areas located above the office space. The units can be sold separately as living quarters or sold in tandem. At the first reading of the proposal, Councilmember Roberta Fonzi asked City staff if there was anything that prevents using the storefronts as private housing. Dunsmore said that apart from zoning laws, the design lends itself to stay commercial. “The pure design of these however really isn’t conducive to that being residential spacing because of the floor to ceiling glass space, the presence right at the sidewalk and the entrance right from the sidewalk…” Director of Community Development Phil Dunsmore said. He also pointed out the “disconnectedness” of the commercial from the residential separated by a platform and a second set of stairs. Fonzi also asked if people could purchase several homes and rent them out. Dunsmore stated that the covenants, conditions and restrictions would prohibit that from happening. The developer, Cal Coastal Properties, told The Atascadero News that the project is intended to open up the housing supply for locals and an offer to purchase the project in its entirety was already declined. Ted Lawton of Cal Coast Properties told the Council that their studies suggest the rental market is what is detrimental to affordable housing. “Our research revealed that the best housing solutions point to homeownership that is affordable by design rather than rental-based housing,” Lawton said to the Council. “What our research has also revealed is the rental housing is the most expensive form of housing to the occupant and provides the least amount of benefit to the city, its residents and business community.”

ated Press had made June and Patricia’s voices heard worldwide,” said Gibbon. “In closing, Elizabeth Morton, sister of Jane asked that I please mention the family’s deep appreciation for the amazing team who helped me.” The three enlarged photos mapped the progress of her

investigation starting at City Hall. Council and City staff has yet to determine where the photos would be put on display. “I had no idea what you were going to present other than photos and I am deeply touched and thank you so much for sharing that with us,” Mayor Heather Moreno said.


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ATASCADERO — Thanks to a couple of clutch Dylan Talley shots, the Atascadero boys basketball team hung on late for a 58-53 win in their home opener against Paso Robles. Tuesday’s early-season matchup was the only scheduled game this season between the two big rivals and the crowds responded as Ewing Gymnasium had a healthy buzz inside. “Before this game, I actually texted a lot of friends and made sure they showed up because it’s my senior year and it’s our last game against Atown,” Paso Robles senior Cade Cassida said following the game. “So I wanted to make sure it was memorable and that everyone got to come.” Last season’s Atascadero versus Paso Robles game needed and extra quarter to be decided but Tuesday night’s matchup might have been even more entertaining as the fans were treated to stepback jumpers and one-onone matchups. Atascadero came out hot to start the game and jumped out to a 9-0 lead before most people had found a place to sit. The Hounds showcased their ball movement and use of multiple shooters but did not shoot as well from the floor as they would have liked. With the offense sputtering just a bit, the burden of scoring fell on the shoulders of Mitchell Carpenter who answered the call putting up 19 points and was one of only two Greyhounds to score in double figures. While the Hounds struggled to convert their opportunities, the Bearcats established a presence inside to their big man, senior captain Trevor Mullis. Mullis is listed at 6-foot5-inches and towered over the shorter Greyhounds’ starting lineup and was a nightmare in the post in the first half. Mullis finished the game with 16 points. After trailing 9-0 to open the game, the Bearcats cut the deficit to four at the half and went into the locker room trailing 31-27. Trailing by seven in the fourth quarter, Paso Robles’ Cassida took over. The North County sharpshooter, who once played on the same 3Ball team as Carpenter, scored 11 of Paso’s 15 points in the fourth including two huge three-point shots with hands in his face.

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ith cross country’s state meet finishing up this week and with all of the county’s football teams officially out of the playoffs, the fall sports season has come to a close. While I have spent much of the time updating everyone on what the Greyhounds, Bearcats and Eagles have been doing I feel as though I have neglected our college stars. Some people think that it’s nearly impossible to make it in Division 1 (especially in football) out of the small, criminally under-scouted Central Coast but just the North County alone has dispelled this myth in recent years and continued to do so this year. Paso Robles’ Josh Oliver was one of the top tight ends in the nation last year and was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Oliver has spent the majority of the season coming back from injury but has seen some action in recent games and now has three receptions for 20 yards. This year we had three guys, two former Greyhounds and one former Bearcat, contributing to Division 1 teams with Atascadero’s Elijah Cooks leading the way in Nevada for the Wolfpack football team. Cooks burst onto the scene in Nevada at the end of last year and entered this season as their No. 1 guy outside and has lived up to all the hype. The junior led the Wolfpack this season through the air posting team highs in catches, yards and touchdowns for the 7-5 Mountain West squad who will CONTINUED ON PAGE B10

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Atascadero senior Bailey Doherty signs her National Letter of Intent to play softball for Cal Poly. Photo by Connor Allen

Atascadero senior Deandra Tyler signs her National Letter of Intent to throw for UC Irvine. Photo by Connor Allen

ATASCADERO — Atascadero’s Deandra Tyler signed her National Letter of Intent to join the UC Irvine track team as a thrower on Thursday, Nov. 21. Tyler advanced to the CIF Central Section championships for the Greyhounds a year ago and has been the top girl’s thrower in orange and grey since her sophomore year. “It is amazing,” Tyler said. “I never expected to be here or to go to Irvine and I picked them because when I went on my college visit the vibe was amazing and I felt like I could belong CONTINUED ON PAGE B10

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Paso Robles' Damian Gavilan, far right, stands on the podium after finishing 10th at the State Cross Country Finals. Contributed photo

Four North County Runners Compete at State

Gavilan finishes 10th in Division 1 By CONNOR ALLEN connor@atascaderonews.com

CLOVIS — Four North County cross country runners made the

trip to Clovis for the CIF state cross country meet and all of them finished in the top half of their divisions that were comprised of around 200 runners each. Paso Robles’ Damian Gavilan returned to the state meet for the second-straight year and was joined by teammates Charlotte Castel-

li and Madeline Loff. Joining the three Bearcats in the big race was Atascadero’s No. 1 boys runner, Logan Jones. Gavilan ended his successful cross country career with an exclamation point as he ran the fastest race of his tenure in his final race on the biggest stage. Gavilan crossed

the finished line with a time of 15 minutes and 13.1 seconds with only nine other racers finishing before him in the top division the state has to offer. Castelli, who is a sophomore, was the next-highest finisher for the North County schools coming in 47th out of 203 girls with

a time of 18:43.8 in Division 2 and was followed by Loff, a junior, who finished with a time of 18:57.8 in 70th. Jones, a senior who made to the CIF Central Section championships last year, finished 79th in the Division 2 boys race with a time of 16:13.4.

Cal Poly Volleyball Draws Georgia in First Round of NCAA Tournament STAFF REPORT SAN LUIS OBISPO — For the third straight year, the Cal Poly volleyball team is going to the NCAA tournament. Sunday night, the Mustangs received an at-large bid to the tournament as the No. 3 seed in the Stanford sub-regional and will take on Georgia in the first round in Palo Alto. The Mustangs will face the Bulldogs on Friday, Dec. 6 at 4:30 p.m. inside Maples Pavilion. Stanford, the No. 3 national seed, plays Denver after Cal Poly’s match against Georgia. The winner of the two matches will play each other on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. This will be Cal Poly’s 17th NCAA tournament appearance

and third in a row. It is also the first time the Mustangs have earned an at-large berth since 2002 and the first time the program has made three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances since 1984-86. Cal Poly finished the regular season 20-8 overall and 13-3 in the Big West, good for a second place finish. Competing out of the South Eastern Conference, the Bulldogs finished the regular season 20-9 overall and 12-6 in the SEC. This will be their 10th appearance in the NCAA Tournament and first since 2013. Georgia holds a 1-0 all-time series record against the Mustangs, with the only matchup happening back in 1990. As for the other two schools, Cal Poly 8-13 all-time against

the defending national champion Stanford. The last matchup against the Cardinal was in 2016 in Palo Alto, with Stanford winning it in five-sets. The Mustangs previously faced Stanford in the NCAA Tournament up in Palo Alto in 2007, falling 0-3 to the Cardinal in the Sweet 16. As for Denver, Cal Poly is 3-0 all-time against the Pioneers with the last meeting happening in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in 2017 in Westwood, Calif. The Mustangs swept Denver to advance to the second round of the tournament that year. Video, audio, and live stat links for the match will be posted on the schedule page later this week. To purchase tickets, you can go to GoStanford.com or by calling 1-800-STANFORD.

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idden treasures are always great to find and if the cache is a trove of unseen artworks from decades before — even better. That’s kind of what happened recently to Morro Bay ceramics artist, Guyla Amyx, who was trying to put together some of her many artworks for a featured artist show at the Morro Bay Art Association’s Art Center Morro Bay. “I didn’t want a rehash of the past,” Amyx says while sitting in her Morro Bay home filled with ceramic artworks by herself, and paintings in different mediums done by her artist-painter and husband Chet Amyx. She calls it serendipitous that she looked into several big, wooden crates that had sat outside in the weather for years. The containers were from a show she did 20-years ago in Laramie, Wyo., and they almost tossed them out. “They paid for all the shipping,” she explains. That’s unusual for a gallery to do, but since they were willing, she crated the artworks up and sent them off. When the show was over, they were shipped back and, well, forgotten. The crates were in a storage unit for years, and when they closed it out, they brought everything home. The crates then sat on the side of their house with a tarp over them, says Guyla, who was a ceramics instructor at Cuesta College from 1988 to 2010 when she retired. “I said, ‘Let’s get rid of those crates,’” she explains. “I had forgotten what was in them.” Inside she discovered a treasure trove of ceramic sculptures that she had never shown anywhere locally. “I thought, ‘This is perfect,’” for the Art Association show. She added

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Samples from the 20-year-old treasure trove of art work recently found by Guyla Amyx. a few more pieces and what ensued was an exhibit of some pretty unusual and even a little creepy ceramic works, many with a “house” theme. “The house shape is very enigmatic,” she says. With some of the pieces she’d taken strips of white clay and wrapped the houses, and one she covered in bone shapes. Her idea was to bind the houses, inspired by yogis who wrap cloth around their eyes, ears and mouths, to block out the senses. She did one where the wraps looked like the wind, which sold right away, while the others went into the crates. She says that teaching was her primary way to pay the bills but acknowledges that many artists have to scrap around doing pieces that will quickly sell or taking commissions. “It pays the rent,” she laughs. “It’s great to make sales, but I didn’t want to be caught up making art solely for the sales. Galleries will do that to you.” She feels fortunate. “I guess I’ve been lucky,” she says, “but I kind of got smart about it a long time ago.” So are there any other treasures stowed away? Could be. “I have work all over the place,” she says, “stored in bins, the studio — all over the house.”

Their backyard garden has art pieces as well, including some life-sized human figures, and of all things — feet. Of her work, one could say it is unusual, colorful, dramatic and maybe even a little shocking. She earned a bachelor’s of fine arts degree from Washington State University and a master’s in fine arts as well. At 71, she’s been a teacher and artist for more than 50 years. Landing the job at Cuesta in 1988 allowed them to settle down in Morro Bay. They shared a studio on Buchon Street in San Luis Obispo for many years, too. Their home is very much an art gallery. Stair landings feature her sculptures, and his paintings in various mediums hang everywhere. But it was those crates and the rediscovery of forgotten treasures that are the newest additions. “That’s why the house is so crowded,” she laughs. The Amyx’s have a website that is a showcase (not a sales site) of Guyla’s, Chet’s and his late father’s artworks (amyxart. com). If readers see something that intrigues them, they can contact her through the website (chetamyx@charter.net) and arrange a private showing.

Holiday Fashion Show Set for Dec. 5 STAFF REPORT ATASCADERO — The Atascadero Chamber of Commerce and its Women’s Business Council are hosting their Annual Holiday Fashion Show on Thursday, Dec. 5, at the SpringHill Suites, 900 El Camino Real, Atascadero. This year, attendees are asked to contribute to the Sock Drive benefiting the Transitional Food and Shelter program. Bring a pair of socks, any size, to donate. You may donate on the day of the event or online with your ticket purchase. Doors open at 11 a.m. The show, featuring merchandise from Kelly’s Casuals, Black Sheep, Ambrosia and Indigo, will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., with shopping until 2 p.m. Lunch is served during the show

from SpringHill’s new menu. Booths featuring merchandise from these boutiques, as well as other local Chamber members, will be open for shopping a half hour before the show begins and a half-hour after. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is an opportunity to shop small and support local businesses. The Atascadero Women’s Business Council is dedicated to helping women achieve, succeed and prosper by connecting and promoting them and their businesses. They provide scholarships to women that plan to continue their education related to current or future employment in business. The Holiday Fashion Show is the council’s biggest event of the year. You can register online through the events calendar at atascaderochamber.org.


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PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192562 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: CANTINAS ON PARK, 1242 PARK ST, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATION OTHER THAN A PARTNERSHIP: KIMBERLY COWAN, 222 E. GLENARM, SUITE B2, PASADENA, CA 91106, WENDY MILLER HUGHES, 222 E GLENARM ST., SUITE B2, PASADENA, CA 91106 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ KIMBERLY COWAN, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/31/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 10/31/2014 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SKING, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/31/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 81 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192530 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: EQUITYREACH MORTGAGE SOLUTIONS, 567 CAMINO MERCADO SUITE C, ARROYO GRANDE, CA 93420, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: GOLDEN EMPIRE MORTGAGE, INC., 1200 DISCOVERY DRIVE SUITE 300, BAKERSFIELD, CA 93309 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ GOLDEN EMPIRE MORTGAGE, INC., DAVID S. CHESNEY/EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/28/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/28/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 82 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192607 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: FLOWERS BY KIM, 2555 ADOBE RD., PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: LAHARGOU ENTERPRISES, INC., 2555 ADOBE RD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is

true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ LAHARGOU ENTERPRISES, INC. KIMBERLY LAHARGOU, PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/05/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 09/11/2019 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SKING, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/05/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 83

trant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ VEER DEVELOPMENT LLC, HIMANSHU SARVAIYA, MANAGING MEMBER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/21/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: N/A CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By EBROOKHART, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/21/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 86

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192605 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: HAYMAKERS INN, 2525 ADOBE RD., PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A MARRIED COUPLE: JOHN LAHARGOU, 2555 ADOBE ROAD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, KIMBERLY LAHARGOU, 2555 ADOBE ROAD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ KIMBERLY LAHAGOU This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/05/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 01/01/2015 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SKING, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/05/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 84

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192610 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: NATIONS BRAND, 10580 COLORADO RD., ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A MARRIED COUPLE: BRENNAN BILEK, 10580 COLORADO RD, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SPENCER BILEK 10580 COLORADO RD, ATASCADERO, CA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ BRENNAN BILEK This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/05/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/05/2019 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SKING, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/05/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 87

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192606 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: ALL RELATED MEDIA, 1580 GRANACHE WAY, TEMPLETON, CA 93465, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: BRITTANY HENSLEY, 1580 GRANACHE WAY, TEMPLETON, CA 93465 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ BRITTANY HENSLEY, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/05/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/04/2019 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SCURRENS, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/05/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 85

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192482 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS:CLUB PILATES, 2051 THEATRE DRIVE SUITE 104, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: STEVENSON FITNESS PR, INC, 2051 THEATRE DRIVE SUITE 104, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization: CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ STEVENSON FITNESS PR, INC, CHRISTOPHER B. STEVENSON, VICE PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/21/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 12/01/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/21/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 88

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192478 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: MOTEL 6-ATASCADERO, 9400 EL CAMINO REAL, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY: VEER DEVELOPMENT LLC, 5100 E LA PALMA AVE, SUITE 201, ANAHEIM, CA 92807 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization TEXAS I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A regis-

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192481 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS:CLUB PILATES, 209 MADONNA ROAD, SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA 93405, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: STEVENSON FITNESS SLO, INC, 17918 POINT SUR STREET, FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA

I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ STEVENSON FITNESS SLO, INC, CHRISTOPHER B. STEVENSON, VICE PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/21/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 01/01/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/21/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 89 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192619 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: MOONLIGHT POURING, 38 SOMBRILLA CT, ATASCADERO, CA 934224552, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: CATHERINE BUROW, 38 SOMBRILLA CT, ATASCADERO, CA 93422-4552 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ CATHERINE E. BUROW, FOUNDER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/06/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/04/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/06/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 90 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192622 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: WHATSNEW? 159 HORSTMAN ST., TEMPLETON, CA 93465, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: LYNN MARIE SKINNER, 159 HORSTMAN ST. TEMPLETON, CA 93465 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ LYNN MARIE SKINNER, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/07/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 03/15/1994 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/07/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 93 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192649 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: AJ’S KITCHEN, 7905 MORRO ROAD, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: ABRAHAM JOEL AYALA, 8145 CARMELITA AVE., ATASCADERO, CA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all informa-

tion in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ ABRAHAM JOEL AYALA, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/08/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/08/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 94

I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MICHELE CRAFTON This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/07/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SKING, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/07/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 99

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192469 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: DARK NECTAR COFFEE SALOON, 2940 MAIN ST, MORRO BAY, CA 93442, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP: DANIEL STEVEN JONES, 2241 VINE ST, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, JEFFREY PAUL BERTONI, 1225 FIRE ROCK LOOP, TEMPLETON, CA 93465 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ DANIEL JONES, GENERAL PARTNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/18/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 10/18/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By GUGALDE, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/18/2024 PUB: 11/13, 11/20,11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 98

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192640 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: MJEWELS VINEYARD, 5175 RANCHO LA LOMA LINA DRIVE, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A MARRIED COUPLE: MICHAEL JORDAN SPIER, 5175 RANCHO LA LOMA LINDA DR, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, JULIE GILROY SPIER, 5175 RANCHO LA LOMA LINDA DR, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MICHAEL SPIER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/07/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG,County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/07/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 100

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192514 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: GOLDEN STATE HEMP COLLECTIVE, 1045 E GRANDE AVE, ARROYO GRANDE, CA 93420, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: NICHOLAS LUIS MELLO, 408 ALOMA WAY, ARROYO GRANDE, CA 93420 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ NICHOLAS L MELLO, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/24/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 10/24/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/24/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 97

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192660 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: TANNER CONSTRUCTION, 5290 BARRENDA AVENUE, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: KINSEY H. TANNER JR., 5290 BARRENDA AVENUE, ATASCADERO, CA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ KINSEY H. TANNER JR. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/12/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: N/A CERTIFICATION:I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/07/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 101

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192642 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: BUNKALOW GROUP, 3106 OAK ST., PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: MICHELE CRAFTON, 3106 OAK ST., PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192673 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: LOVE LIGHT FOREVER, LOVE LIGHT CRYSTALS, 6475 CHAMPAGNE LN, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: CHANDRA DENICE SEEDS, 6475 CHAMPAGNE LANE, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization

CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ CHANDRA DENICE SEEDS, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/13/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/07/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By GUGALDE, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/13/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 102

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192603 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: PURE ESTHETICS, 1264 HIGUERA STREET SUITE 206, SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA 93449, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY: MARIE POSA LIFE, 2414 NEWPORT AVE, CARDIFF BY THE SEA, CA 92007 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ ERIN MAZZOCCO, PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/05/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/05/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/05/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 103

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192664 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: JACK’S GRILL, JACKS GRILL, 509 S MAIN ST., TEMPLETON, CALIFORNIA (CA) 93465, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY: EPCW LLC, 8783 EL CAMINO REAL, ATASCADERO, CA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ EPCW LLC, ERIC S. PETERSON, MANAGING MEMBER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/13/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 10/14/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/13/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 104

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192686 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: PASO CATERING CO., 3770 WILLOW CREEK RD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: PATRICIA KAREN JACOBS, 7835 BLUE MOON RD, PASO ROBLES, CA


PAGE B-6 • Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization INDIVIDUAL I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ PATRICIA KAREN JACOBS, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/01/2014 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 105 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192684 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: KW CENTRAL COAST WINE ESTATES, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: MOZART HOLDINGS, INC C/O JAY PEET, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CALIFORNIA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MOZART HOLDINGS, INC. JAY PEET, CEO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/01/2010 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 106 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192683 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: KW CENTRAL COAST, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: MOZART HOLDINGS, INC C/O JAY PEET, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CALIFORNIA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MOZART HOLDINGS, INC. JAY PEET, CEO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/01/2010 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 107 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192681 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY NORTH COUNTY, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: MOZART HOLDINGS, INC C/O JAY PEET, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization

CALIFORNIA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MOZART HOLDINGS, INC. JAY PEET, CEO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/01/2010 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 108 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192682 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY SLO COUNTY, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: MOZART HOLDINGS, INC C/O JAY PEET, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CALIFORNIA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MOZART HOLDINGS, INC. JAY PEET, CEO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/01/2010 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 109 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192680 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: MOZART HOLDINGS, INC. - FORMERLY FORWARD MOZART, INC., 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: MOZART HOLDINGS, INC C/O JAY PEET, 1314 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CALIFORNIA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MOZART HOLDINGS, INC. JAY PEET, CEO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/01/2010 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 110 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192674 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: OAK AND POPPY, 11623 CARDELINA LN, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP: AMY KRISTEN PETERSON, 11623 CARDELINA LN, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, JENNIFER NANKER VIS, 4647 SNAPDRAGON WAY, SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA 93401 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization

I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ AMY PETERSON, GENERAL PARTNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/13/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By AUBAUTISTA, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 112 STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NEW FILE NO. 20192675 OLD FILE NUMBER. 20162289 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME(S) TO BE ABANDONED: ART/, 5806 TRAFFIC WAY, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY. THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME WAS FILED IN SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ON: 09/30/2016 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) HAVE ABANDONED THE USE OF THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: MARIE ANNETTE RAMEY, 7460 PINAL AVENUE, ATASCADERO, CA 93422 THIS BUSINESS WAS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: MARIE ANNETTE RAMEY THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COUNTY CLERK OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ON 11/14/2019 CERTIFICATION I HERBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. TOMMY GONG, COUNTY CLERK BY SKING, DEPUTY CLERK PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 115 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192637 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: 805 BOOKKEEPING, 260 SANTA BELLA, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: BRITTANY ARMSTRONG, 260 SANTA BELLA, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ BRITTANY ARMSTRONG This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/07/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/01/2019 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SKING, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/07/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 116 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192716 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: VILLANTE’S, 1111 RIVERSIDE SUITE 101, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: MICHAEL TUDISCO, 1963 LA PURISIMA COURT, SAN MIGUEL, CA 93451 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ MICHAEL TUDISCO, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/19/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this

copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/19/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 117 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192713 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: AIR RITE HEATING & COOLING, AIR RITE REFRIGERATION, 5001 TRAFFIC WAY, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: JOHANSEN SERVICE, INC, 5001 TRAFFIC WAY, ATASCADERO, CA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ JOHANSEN SERVICE, INC, JAMES ARNE JOHANSEN-PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/19/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/11/2012 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/19/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 118 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192708 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: CAPTIONS UNLIMITED, 2160 HOLLY DR, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: RUSSELL MICHAEL MOX, 2160 HOLLY DRIVE, PASO ROBLES, CALIFORNIA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ RUSSELL MICHAEL MOX This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/18/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By GUGALDE, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/18/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 119 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192709 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: C-RAY’S TRUCKING, 110 EAGLE CREEK CT, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A MARRIED COUPLE: RAYMOND LYNN GOULD, 110 EAGLE CREEK CT, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, CYNTHIA ANN GOULD, 110 EAGLE CREEK CT, ATASCADERO, CA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ RAYMOND L GOULD, OWNER/OPERATOR This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/19/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 03/04/2017 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk

By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/19/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 120 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192720 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: OLIVE MILL ON WHEELS, 5830 JARDINE ROAD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: ADALBERTO RAZO PEREZ, 5830 JARDINE ROAD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ ADALBERTO RAZO PEREZ This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/19/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 09-19-2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/19/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 121 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192646 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: PISMO’S COASTAL GRILL, 7937 N BLACKSTONE AVE FRESNO, CA 93720, FRESNO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: DAVE FANSLER, 1563 DESERT ISLAND DR, FRESNO, CA 93730 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ DAVE FANSLER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/08/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/06/2007 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By GUGALDE, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/08/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 122 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192538 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: MONTE ALBAN CAFE, 1226 PARK ST, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A MARRIED COUPLE: OFELIA SANTIAGO, 1608 POPPY LN, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, MOISES GOMEZ-HERNANDEZ, 1608 POPPY LN, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ OFELIA SANTIAGO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/29/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 10/29/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/29/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 123 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192689 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: SKY RIVER RV, 2525 THEATRE DRIVE, PASO RO-

BLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: HARDING RV INC., 2525 THEATRE DRIVE, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ HARDING RV INC, RANDALL HARDING, PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/14/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 10/01/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/14/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 126 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192666 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: TASTE IT WINES, 6465 VON DOLLEN ROAD, SAN MIGUEL, CA 93451, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: CASTORO CELLARS, 6465 VON DOLLEN ROAD, SAN MIGUEL, CA 93451 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ CASTORO CELLARS, NIELS UDSEN, PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/13/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/11/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/13/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 127 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192733 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: ELEVATE STUDIO, 799 SOUTH MAIN ST. SUITE 4, TEMPLETON, CA 93465, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: SHAUNA RENAE BRENNAN, 84 BREWER ST, TEMPLETON, CA 93465 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ SHAUNA BRENNAN This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/21/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/19/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/21/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 128 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192653 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: GRIZZLY REPUBLIC WINES, GRIZZLY REPUBLIC, 3502 DRY CREEK ROAD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: PASO ROBLES RANCH PARTNER CORPORATION, 11910 LUCKY MEADOW DRIVE, TOMBALL, TX 77375 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information

in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ PASO ROBLES RANCH PARTNER CORPORATION, YIN LIAN YANG, CEO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/12/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/12/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 129 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192732 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: RITUAL BEAUTY STUDIO, 2727 BUENA VISTA DR, PASO ROBLES, CA 93465, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: CARINA DAISEY TRUJILLO, 911 LAS TABLAS RD APT A, TEMPLETON, CA 93465 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ CARINA TRUJILLO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/21/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/20/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/21/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 130 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192641 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: NORTH COUNTY MASSAGE THERAPY, 3546 EL CAMINO REAL, ATASCADERO, CALIFORNIA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: JENNIFER MICHELLE SURGEONER, 8225 ATASCADERO AVE, ATASCADERO, CALIFORNIA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ JENNIFER M. SURGEONER, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/07/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/07/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By NBALSEIRO, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/07/2024 PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 131 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192702 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS:S.W. MARTIN & ASSOCIATES, 1015 SAMANTHA DRIVE, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: STEVEN WAYNE MARTIN, 1015 SAMANTHA DRIVE, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization N/A I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ STEVEN WAYNE MARTIN, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/18/2019

TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 06/19/2009 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By EBROOKHART, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/18/2024 PUB: 12/4, 12/11, 12/18, 12/24/2019 LEGAL CM 132 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192353 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: PIXELFLASH, 14400 MORNINGSIDE ROAD, ATASCADERO, CA 93422, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: BRANDRUNNERS, INC., 14400 MORNINGSIDE ROAD, ATASCADERO, CA 93422 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization DELAWARE I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ BRANDRUNNERS, INC., DESHKO GYNES, CEO This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 10/02/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 10/02/2019 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By GUGALDE, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 10/02/2024 PUB: 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 51 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192717 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: EMANUELSON’S MASONRY, 670 CAYUCOS AVE, TEMPLETON, CA 93465, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: EMANUELSON’S MASONRY & TILE INC, 670 CAYUCOS AVE, TEMPLETON, CA 93465 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CALIFORNIA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ EMANUELSON’S MASONRY & TILE INC., BRUCE L. EMANUELSON, OWNER This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/19/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 01/01/2017 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By JAANDERSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/19/2024 PUB: 12/4, 12/11, 12/18, 12/24/2019 LEGAL CM 133 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192753 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: JENNY’S RANCH CLEANING SERVICE, 200 SAN JUAN ST, SHANDON, CA 93461, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: AN INDIVIDUAL: JENNIFER DIAMOND ODELL, 200 SAN JUAN ST, SHANDON, CA 93461 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ JENNIFER ODELL This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/26/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: NOT APPLICABLE CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By AGIBSON, Deputy New Fictitious Business

Name Statement, Expires 11/26/2024 PUB: 12/4, 12/11, 12/18, 12/24/2019 LEGAL CM 134

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No 20192623 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS/ARE DOING BUSINESS AS: CREGOR’S LIQUER & DELI, 611 SPRING ST, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED BY: A CORPORATION: CREGORS MARKET INC, 611 SPRING STREET, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 If Corporation or LLC- CA State of Incorporation/Organization CA I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows is false is guilty of a crime.) /S/ CREGORS MARKET INC, PERAS MAWAS, PRESIDENT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of San Luis Obispo County on 11/07/2019 TRANSACTING BUSINESS DATE: 11/07/2019 CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. TOMMY GONG, County Clerk By SKING, Deputy New Fictitious Business Name Statement, Expires 11/07/2024 PUB: 12/4, 12/11, 12/18, 12/24/2019 LEGAL CM 136

PUBLIC NOTICE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO. Petition of JESSICA MURPHY for change of name, case no. 19CVP0368. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: 1. Petitioner: JESSICA MURPHY filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follow: a. Present name: JESSICA LYNNE MURPHY to Proposed name: JESSICA LYNNE WIEMANN 2. 2 . The court orders that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before the court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for the change of name should not be granted. NOTICE OF HEARING a . Date: 01/08/2020 Time: 9:30am Dept: P2 b . The address of the court is 901 Park Street, Paso Robles, Ca 93446 c. a. A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in the county: PASO ROBLES PRESS Date: NOV 19, 2019 /s/ Judge LINDA HURST, Judge of the Superior Court. PUB: 11/27, 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 114 PUBLIC NOTICE

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178477) Assistant County Counsel ,COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA P.O. Box 69. 3Martinez, CA 94553-0116 Tel: (925) 335-1830 4Fax: (925) 646-2461 5Attorney for Petitioner SUPERIOR COURT OF CAL)IFORNIA, CONTRA COSTA SCOUNTY ,In the Matter of Jonathan Mendoza No. J19-00572 CITATION (Welfare & Institutions Code -§§ 366.23, 366.26) -TO:      FATHER, MOTHER, OR ,ALL PERSONS CLAIMING TO BE THE FATHER OR MOTHER OF SAID MINOR: AYOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -that the Juvenile Court of the State of California, County of Contra Costa, has dordered that a hearing be held pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code section 366.26 to determine whether adoption, guardianship or long term foster care is the most appropriate plan for the above-named minor, a dependent child of said Court. If it deems that the minor should be adopted, the Court may sever the yparental rights of the parent or parents of the minor. The said minor is described -as follows: a minor male under the age of 18 born June y4,2019. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the hearing will be on January 13, 2020, at 8:30 a.m.   in Superior Court, Department 38 of said Court, ,located 640 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek, California 94596, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. (CITATION)1 YOU ARE HEREBY ADVISED that you are required to appear ) S & O N

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before this Court at the 2     time and place stated above to state your interest in the said minor. The parent(s) and minor, and 3          each of them, have the right to be represented by counsel in this case and the Judge shall advise 4          the minor and the parent(s) of this right to counsel. The Judge may appoint counsel to represent 5          the minor whether or not the minor is able to afford counsel. If any parent appears and is unable to afford counsel, the Court shall appoint counsel to represent said parent, unless said parent 6knowingly and intelligently waives counsel. The Court may continue the proceeding to make an 7 appointment of counsel, or to enable counsel to acquaint himself with the case, or to determine 8        whether the parent(s) are unable to afford counsel at their own expense.9 10    Dated: ._._NO……,V:. .....a;_0_8-=20:..::,;19=---Pub: 11/13, 11/20,11/27, 12/4/2019 Legal CM 95 NOTICE OF SALE In accordance with the provisions of the California Self-Service Storage Facility Act, for the purpose of satisfying the lien of the undersigned for charges incurred for storage of the property described below, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale, and due notice having been given to the occupants and the time specified in such notice for payment having expired; notice is hereby given that such property

will be sold at a public auction by El Camino Self Storage, LP at its storage facility at 1740 El Camino Real, Atascadero, CA 93422 on December 14, 2019 at 9:30am 10 – Monroe – Boxes, bags, furniture, couch, lamp 36 – Nickel – Boxes, bags, plastic bins, suitcase(s), furniture, outdoor furniture, clothes, tools/hardware 139 – Nickel – Boxes, plastic bins, printer, books, tools/ hardware, tool bench, ladder, plastic tub, x-mas decorations, VHS tapes, guitar case, motorcycle helmet, ironing board 261 - Geftakys,V - Plastic bins, computers, books, clothes, wood pallets, retail display racks, leather jacket, skateboard, dishes, fencing wire 284 – Knox – Boxes, bags, bedroom furniture (dresser, headboard), small appliances (air conditioner, vacuum), outdoor furniture, tools/hardware (step stools, outdoor tools) 289 – Walker – Plastic bins, furniture, dresser, wine barrel, headboard, mattresses, toaster oven, walker, desk, lamp 358 – Baker – Boxes, plastic bins, tools/hardware, jumper cables, dolly, propane tank, crates, ladder, igloo cooler, lamp, mini fridge, shelving, old flat screen tv 425 – Nickel – Boxes, bags, plastic bins, printer, refrigerator, lamp, chairs, shelving 426 – Nickel – Boxes, bags, plastic bins, curio cabinet, ladder, dolly, plastic chair, wagon, office chair, lots of knick knacks. ALL PURCHASED PROPERTY

IS BEING SOLD “AS-IS” AND MUST BE REMOVED ON THE DAY OF THE PURCHASE. ALL PURCHASES ARE FOR CASH ONLY. THE UNDERSIGNED RESERVES THE RIGHT TO BID ON THE PROPERTY. SALE IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR CANCELLATION IN THE EVENT OF SETTLEMENT BETWEEN THE LANDLORD AND THE OBLIGATED PARTY. TELEPHONE (805) 466-1444 DATED: 1023-2019 EL CAMINO SELF STORAGE, LTD. PUB: 11/27, 12/4/2019 LEGAL CM 124 Public Notice In accordance with California Fish & Game Commission policy for management and utilization of wildlife on private land, be advised that the following landowner is applying to the Commission for license to operate a private land wildlife management area. Applicant and PLM Area Name: Jack Ranch; Hearst Corp. Acreage & Location: 6,860 acres within San Luis Obispo County located in T25S; R15E north of Highway 46 and west of Parkfield-Cholame Valley Rd. near Chol-

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ame, CA. Managed Species: Tule elk Hunting Season: As established by California Fish & Game Commission. Comments regarding this matter should be sent to the following within 30 days: Department of Fish & Wildlife – Central Region, 1234 East Shaw Avenue, Fresno, CA 93710. PUB: 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/2019 LEGAL CM 125 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 21700-21716 of the Self Storage Facility Act and the Business and Professionals Code, State of California, contents of the following units will sell at public auction by competitive bid on December 20, 2019 at 12:00 PM at EL PASO SELF STORAGE, 2935 UNION RD., COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, to satisfy the storage lien. The contents of the storage spaces are believed to consist of miscellaneous boxes (contents unknown) miscellaneous clothing items, furniture, tools, auto parts,

and household items. TENANT NAME BERNICE A. BAILEY S. ERIK ANDRUS GAIL VINES CHRISTINE VARGAS NACOWA PENNER & JACOB POLLAK KEMI OMOPEKUN JULIE KING CHRIS OWENS HEATHER SOTO Purchased goods are sold as is and must be removed within one day of purchase date. Payment is to be with cash only and made at the time of purchase. The sale is subject to cancellation without notice in the event of settlement between the owner and the obligated party. El Paso Self Storage 2935 Union Road Paso Robles, CA 93446 (805) 237-1008 Auctioneer: Ken Erpenback License Number: #0721936 805-305-9888 PUB: 12/4, 12/11/2019 LEGAL CM 139

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Since moving to San Luis Obispo County in 2007, Dr. Anneka Scranton has been giving back to the community. Photo courtesy of The Community Foundation

SAN LUIS OBISPO — As she gazed out into the vast sea ahead, Dr. Anneka Scranton knew that to map a course that would lead to realizing her goals would take research, planning and decisive action. While planning her move to a new area, she envisioned opportunities to impact the new community. This vision was brought to fruition and fueled by collaboration with The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County. As an avid sailing enthusiast, Dr. Scranton takes charting a new course to a distinct level, leading to mindful donations to support programs that feed her passion. Dr. Scranton moved to

San Luis Obispo County in 2007 and was passionate about finding a partner in the region to affect social change. With the Women’s Legacy Fund in its fourth year, Dr. Scranton leaped at the opportunity to be involved with this focused program allocating funds for women and girls, and programs that support them. As The Community Foundation evolved to offer more solutions to donors, Dr. Scranton recognized the growing momentum and transition in vision as the signal that the timing was right for her to expand her collaboration with them through the creation of a Donor Advised Fund, appropriately called the Charting A New Course Fund.

“Having a Donor Advised Fund at the Foundation comes with many benefits,” explains Dr. Scranton. “Some are practical, like donating stocks with significant capital gains. I personally appreciate the consolidation of research available and education about the philanthropic landscape in our region. It helps me to understand where I can generate the most impact, and when I meet the clients from local agencies, it builds bridges and makes the work more meaningful.” As Dr. Scranton became more involved with the Foundation, her desire to chart a new course with a unified and collaborative giving effort grew stronger. This desire led to her participation in the first-ev-

er funding collaborative in the history of The Community Foundation — the Social Innovations Funding Collaborative. “It’s the only fund at the Foundation that collaborates in decision-making,” she explained. The Social Innovations Fund brings together individuals from various ages, backgrounds and career paths, as they encourage new, innovative programming and nurture existing programs. Individuals that donate to this fund learn from each other, as their varied philanthropic experience creates an environment that enhances the decision-making process. Charting this new course encourages economic empowerment to maintain self and family, providing

entrepreneurial mentorship and leadership development. When Dr. Scranton ponders over her current involvement with the Foundation, she can’t help but exude excitement when thinking of future possibilities through the Funding Collaborative. “I hope that through partnership with The Community Foundation, we will encourage greater empowerment of our more impacted communities, particularly our minority communities. We need to give a voice to those directly impacted by certain issues, strengthening this community by listening to their stories. Only then will we be able to give the people the chance to empower themselves.”

Morro Bay National Estuary Continues Restoration Work

By RUTH ANN ANGUS

MORRO BAY — It is a 580-acre ranch that sits at the base of Hollister Peak and you pass it every time you drive down Highway 1 to San Luis Obispo. Except for the grandeur of the peak, the surrounding countryside is unremarkable — grass and shrubs with Chorro Creek nestled at the

base of Hollister and not viewable from the road. It is open space, still preserved for nature and wildlife. But that almost wasn’t so two decades ago. At that time, the ranch was at risk of being developed. Imagine riding past now and seeing rows and rows of houses, or worse yet, a golf course, motels and hotels, or a casino. The folks running the

Morro Bay National Estuary Program were alarmed at this prospect and stepped up to rally community members. They raised $5 million to preserve the property forever. Saved from one possible disaster, they then had to face the issue of managing the area. They had a dream that began to take shape. They wanted floodplains and open area,

where the creek could flood its banks during heavy rains and keep sediment from muddying the waters. They needed native plants to create shade and provide food and shelter for birds and other wildlife. They set about designing a plan to achieve this vision and secure the future of this wild place. And that took money. Fifteen years down the

road, the MBNEP finds some of their work achieved. Restoration work will allow the waters of Chorro Creek to run free, new plants to sprout and root and birds and fish to safely make their home. Some of the funding for this project has come from state and federal agencies and the public. Lexie Bell, Executive Director of the MBNEP, says, “it could

not have been done without the many people who pitched in with their support.” They have more dream projects to plan and create along creeks and across lands that run to Morro Bay. You can send donations to Morro Bay National Estuary Program, 601 Embarcadero Suite 11, Morro Bay, CA 93442, or go to MBNEP.org to donate online.

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there. Academically it is a great school because I want to do nursing and I can accomplish that if I go there.” Tyler specializes in the shot put but is also excellent in the discus and finished third in both at the Mountain League championships while setting her personal best at 119 feet and 7 inches. The senior set her personal best in the shot put in each of the last three meets she entered last season with her furthest throw being 40-8 at the Valley championships which placed her fourth overall. Her best discus throw came the week before the Valley championships when she hit 119-8. With still a full season ahead of her, Tyler has reset her goals as she looks to not only make it back to the Valley championships but advance all the way to the state meet. “By the end of track, I want to hopefully be throwing a 43 or 44 in the shot put,” Tyler said. “And for discus like 125.” From her sophomore year to her junior year, Tyler added more than nine feet to her shot put total and more than 20 feet to her discus and if she were to add that to her already impressive marks she will take home a pair of Mountain League titles as Paso Robles’ Kimberly Buchanan won both last year as a senior for the Bearcats. While Tyler might be far away from home she will not be alone as she will be the third Greyhound to join the UC Irvine track team in the past four years and will join another great Atascadero thrower in Brianna Villanueva who finished 12th at the Masters Meet in 2016 in high school and earned All-Big West honors in her junior season last year in the Mountain West after finishing third in both the hammer and the discus. The Anteaters also swooped up one of the Hounds top girls distance runners last year when Claire Livengood who made it to state in 2018 as an individual and 2016 and as a team in 2017.

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“It feels wonderful to see all the hard work pay off,” Doherty said at her signing ceremony. “I never really thought that I would go to college for softball, I just did it for fun and I had friends who did it. Then I joined travel ball and eventually I had a verbal and I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, this is actually happening’ and to this day it is just amazing to see it all come together.” Doherty’s first love was horses and the former rodeo queen never forgot that when picking her school of choice often commenting that, “There are baby horse right next to the softball field [at Cal Poly] and that is the best thing ever for me,” when asked about the status of her commitment over the years. While she is committed to playing softball and pitching for the Mustangs she has also expressed an interest to also join and compete for the rodeo team but that is something that she says is her, “hope” but “will see what the coaches have to say about that.” On the diamond, in the circle, Doherty’s dominance has been unquestionable for the last two years and she has all but cemented herself as one of the top Greyhound pitchers in the program’s history. She has spent all four years on varsity but rarely pitched a full game in her freshman season while she was still learning and maturing to the speed of the high school game. “As coaches, we always looking for that player we refer to that as a flamethrower, somebody with that special talent,” Atascadero head softball coach Darrin Traverso said. “And when she came up as a freshman we just saw that she was young and raw and she had it.” Central Coast teams had only one year to get in their hits on Doherty, as a sophomore, she took over the everyday starting position and has gone 40-2 since. In her sophomore season, Doherty finished with a .75 earned run average, 282 strikeouts with a 20-2 record and led the Hounds to a 23-4 overall mark and four rounds deep in the CIF-SS playoffs. Doherty also got her first taste of perfection her sophomore season as she threw her first perfect game on March 10, 2018, against Bakersfield-Frontier High School in a 2-0 victory. Doherty threw three perfect games her sophomore year and four no-hitters total, the senior currently has 10 no-hitters and five perfect games with still her senior season to go. As a junior last year, Doherty led the Hounds once again going 20-2 this time with a .89 ERA and racking up 276 strikeouts and getting the Hounds get one game away from a CIF title shot. The fireballing righty drew interest all of the country including schools like Kentucky and other Big 12 softball powerhouses but, as her sophomore year verbal showed, she always wanted to be close to home and always wanted to be a Mustangs. Doherty will be the second Greyhound to join the Mustangs softball team in the past few years as she will join Sarah Wulf who signed with Cal Poly following her senior season in 2017.

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be bowl bound. This past Saturday, Cooks eclipsed the career 1,000 yards receiving mark during his monster game against UNLV Runnin Rebels where he caught 12 passes for 151 yards. On the season he has 62 receptions, 729 yards and seven touchdowns and what makes this team so fun to watch is that they are led on the ground by Toa Taua. If that name sounds familiar it’s because he terrorized the Central Coast while playing for Lompoc. The Wolfpack is essentially a Central Coast all-star team and it’s

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The senior scored on a fast break to tie the game and then followed it up with a corner three on the next possession to give Paso its first and only lead of the game at 53-52, but down the stretch the Hounds’ offense was too much. For three quarters, Atascadero’s co-captain, Talley, was forced to battle in the post with the bigger Mullis and was quiet offensively. However, when Atascadero needed a clutch score in the final minute of the game,

rumored they could be in the New Mexico Bowl, if you do not watch that game then you lose your Central Coast sports fandom card and it will never be given back. Now that Oliver is in the professional ranks, it was Bailey Gaither’s turn to feast this season for the Spartans and he did exactly that finishing the season No. 2 in receiving but proving to be the team’s most explosive touchdown scorer leading all receivers with six this year to go with 52 catches and 812 yards. Unfortunately, the Spartans are not bowl eligible. Atascadero also had a defensive player contributing at the highest

he was ready. With under 30 ticks left on the clock, Carpenter held the ball at the top of the key looking for a way to attack the Bearcats zone. While Carpenter drew the eyes of two defenders, Talley slipped to the free-throw line and hit a turn-around elbow jumper that put Atascadero up three and sealed the game. “That’s what I do, man, I live for those moments,” Talley said after the game. “The team requires me to have that. I can not take a single shot in a game but as long as I am putting in effort and helping the team win

of levels this year as Carson Block played his redshirt senior year for Washington State. Coming into the season, I was told that Block wasn’t certain if he was going to lace up his cleats for his last ride due to the injuries he sustained over his career but he decided to play and it looks like it was the right one. Block battled inside with the big boys and posted 13 total tackles this year including two sacks and a forced fumble. Not only that, he played for *redacted* (that Washington State coach) (he is currently on a time out for the way he took out a reporter this weekend with a petulant outburst but he is still funny and I’m

that’s what I love the most. I could take no shots in the game.” Talley finished with 12 points. With the victory, the Hounds move to 2-0 on the season. They defeated SLO on Friday 69-59, and will head into the tournament season full of confidence and be adding one more player that could have a major impact in the coming weeks. The Bearcats fall to 1-2 on the season following a pair of losses to Ocean League opponents and will look to get their first win against the other league on Monday when they host Templeton.

conflicted), which means he probably had conversations about the potential whereabouts of Sasquatch and other ridiculous things which makes me incredibly jealous. We did tell you about Miranda Daschian’s season but let’s just talk about it a little more because she is essentially an Atascadero superhero. She started at Atascadero, went to Cuesta College and dominated, then transferred to Cal Poly and, yeah, you guessed it, continued to dominate. If I had a dollar for every kid that went from a North County high school to Cuesta with the thought that they would just pop into Poly after two years, I would

be in Chile sipping margaritas right now. She did it though, and did it better than anyone could have. She won back-to-back Big West individual titles in cross country and also won the 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters in track last year. Will she be Cal Poly’s female athlete of the year? I can’t think of a better choice. Daschian wasn’t the only runner that experienced a great season though as her teammate and former Bearcat Annie Meeder also contributed to the Mustangs’ third-place finish as well as Kendall Caruana who helped Fresno Pacific win its first-ever PacWest title.

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