Paso Robles mayor decides to run for city council seat instead
The mayor of Paso Robles says he won't run for his current job in the next election, but does plan to run for a council seat.
Duane Picanco says he discussed the issue with his family and says he's decided it's time to let somebody new lead the city.
The term of mayor recently increased from two to four years which was the deciding factor for the mayor he told KCBX. Voters chose to increase the term in 2012.
Picanco has held the job since 2008 and was a councilman prior to that.
candidates can submit their nomination papers to the city as of July 14.