Atascadero is a city in San Luis Obispo County, California, about equidistant from San Francisco and Los Angeles on U-S Highway 101. Atascadero is farther inland than most other San Luis Obispo County cities, and as a result, usually experiences warmer, drier summers and cooler winters than neighboring cities such as San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach. The current population is around 29,000. The brainchild of mega-entrepreneur E.G. Lewis, Atascadero CA is the result of nearly a century of organic community evolution. It is an amalgamation of rolling hills studded with majestic oaks and other mesmerizing flora; historic buildings; quaint lake park and zoo; dynamic enclaves of artists, musicians and writers; all surrounded by the most colorful visitor vistas and finest wineries in the state. Atascadero is the hub, the very center of California's Central Coast. == Annual events include: == Farmers Market - Downtown - Every Wednesday - Year 'Round Sweetheart Stroll - Downtown - Saturday before Valentines's Day - February Wildflower Bike Ride - April Central Coast Cince de Mayo - Saturday before May 5 Atascadero Wine & Golf Festival - Atascadero Lakeside Park - Saturday - June Tuesday Concerts in the Park - Atascadero Lakeside Park - June to August Saturday Concerts in the Park - Atascadero Lakeside park - June to August Great American Holiday - Saturday after July 4 Ice Cream Zoofari at the Zoo - July Hot El Camino Cruise Night - Huge car Cruise on Friday evening - August Mid-State Cruizers Car Show - Atascdero Lakeside Park - Saturday - August Sunken Gardens Flea Market - September Colony Days Parade & Celebration - Downtown - Third Saturday in October Halloween ZooBoo at the Zoo - October Downtown Winter Wonderland - Downtown - Second Friday in December More information: [www. visitatascadero. com]

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What is utilities law?

Public utilities provide electric, gas, water or telephone service to customers in a specified area. Utilities have a duty to provide safe and adequate service on reasonable terms to anyone who lives within the service area on without discriminating between customers. Because most utilities operate in near monopolistic conditions, they can be heavily regulated by local, state, and federal authorities. Generally, the local and state agencies are called Public Service Commissions (PSC) or Public Utility Commissions (PUC). Municipal Utilities and Rural Electric Cooperatives may be unregulated though.