Tuesday, October 25, 2016     Volume: 31, Issue: 13

Weekly Poll
Should the Arroyo Grande Cemetery start watering its grass again?

Yes. It looks ugly and that's disrespectful to the families who come there to mourn.
They should water it a little more, but stay mindful of the state's drought.
No they need to find an alternative like dryscaping.
Leave it as is. Saving water is more important than aesthetics.

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The following article was posted on January 16th, 2013, in the New Times - Volume 27, Issue 25 [ Submit a Story ]
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San Luis Obispo County was host to new Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Allison Macfarlane (center), who spent the day touring Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant and meeting with local watchdog groups SLO Mothers for Peace and the Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility, as well as county supervisors Bruce Gibson (left) and Adam Hill (right) on Jan. 15. By all accounts, Macfarlane—the only NRC commissioner with a background in geology—asked good questions and took a lot of notes, discussing the need for greater seismic hazard assessment of the plant prior to any relicensing, as well as long-term storage of its highly toxic spent fuel and improving communications between the agency and the public. The stop was one of many in an international tour that included the Southern Edison plant in San Onofre and the hazardous Fukushima-Daiichi plant in Japan.