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An article in today’s Telegram Tribune talked about Templeton expecting to lose around 40 students each year over the next several years. They attribute this to the higher home prices in the area plus that it’s a statewide trend too.

It looks like a new resort in Avila Valley got past its’ first hurdle, a rezoning approval. The resort is planned to be built across the street from the Avila Valley Barn. They’ll even offer bikes to guests which is nice since the Bob Jones Memorial Bike Path is close by. I don’t know if the Sycamore Mineral Springs offers bikes for use already as it sounds like a good idea for a health resort.

The Coastal Commission gave it’s approval to PG&E on the construction of the storage area of some of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant’s waste material. For those of you reading this from out of the area…yes, we have a nuke plant in our backyard. This is a mandatory disclosure for real estate transactions, but most agents will assume you all already know about it.

Written by Keith Byrd - Go to Keith's Website/Profile