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Waste water woes

Years in the making, the waste water treatment facility project is in a pause stage after citizens’ concerns about the possible increase in water and sewer rates were placed before the City Council. For more than 10 years our city fathers have wrestled

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Sea Otter Savy

A walk along the Morro Bay Embarcadero gives visitors many interesting things to see what with barking sea lions, rapacious gulls winging overhead, and deep diving pelicans. One of the more exciting critters that most people ask about is the Southern Sea

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Morro Bay National Estuary Program Poetry contest winners

Every year the Morro Bay National Estuary Program (MBNEP) holds a poetry contest with a focus on the bay and watershed. A free verse category for adults and youth cover an annual theme and adult and youth haiku is included since haiku is traditionally nat

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Growing pomegranates in Morro Bay

MORRO BAY — John Alcorn leads a busy life. During the week, he is manager of the Morro Bay Aquarium, but on days off and weekends it’s out to the orchard he goes! Alcorn grows pomegranates. “My decision to go into farming pomegranates was easy,” Alcorn s

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Peacebuilding Fundraiser for Eco Rotary Club of Morro Bay

Morro Bay - Sunday, April 30th brings Rotary Peacebuilder Jerry Leggett to Morro Bay along with his little camper Hub and guitar to entertain us and spread some peace! Leggett and the Hub travels around the country as part of the Rotarian Action Group for

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  • What If?

    MORRO BAY - What if the government decides to do away with the Environmental Protection Agency? What happens to the Morro Bay National Estuary Program? I spent some time with Executive Director, Lexie Bell recently to find out how things would pan out in