Government Watch

A roundup of this week’s agendas

newsroom@thetribunenews.comSeptember 23, 2012 

Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 473-5400. Consider appeal of a project proposed at South Elm Street and The Pike that includes 23 two-bedroom apartments, five studio apartments and a 1,000-square-foot commercial building (the size of the building has been reduced); amend city ordinance prohibiting medical marijuana dispensaries to also include mobile collective delivery services.

County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. 781-5011. Proposed 21-unit industrial park on Nipomo Mesa; adding water conservation permit requirements in parts of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin; resolutions honoring County Administrator Jim Grant and County Counsel Warren Jensen, both of whom are retiring; awarding a $101,000 contract to Reynolds Smith & Hills California Inc. for engineering and environmental documentation services for a drainage report at the Oceano County Airport.

County Planning Commission. Meets Thursday. 781-5600. Hearing on permit to allow a dog boarding kennel at an existing dog training facility at 335 Summit Station Road in Nipomo.

Morro Bay City Council. Meets Tuesday. 772-6200. Introduction of an ordinance regulating aggressive and menacing animals to bring the city’s codes in compliance with a new countywide ordinance.

Nipomo Community Services District. Meets Wednesday. 929-1133. Consider proposal from Nipomo Chamber of Commerce and Olde Towne Nipomo Association to establish a program to clean up litter in the community; consider final environmental document for Nipomo Community Park master plan.

Port San Luis Harbor District. Meets Tuesday. 595-5400. Discussion of a pen rearing program for white sea bass by Central Coast Salmon Enhancement; consideration of a request to relocate the Pecho Coast trailhead to district property.

Paso Robles school board. Meets Tuesday. 769-1411. Certify actuals showing reported revenues, expenditures and interfund transfers were in accordance with financial plan to ensure fiscal solvency for all funds (all funds have a positive ending balance with the minimum 3 percent reserve); approve a committee’s recommendation to name a Paso Robles High School building after the late Wally Ohles; approve parent and booster organizations.

San Luis Obispo City Council. Meets Tuesday. 781-7107. Appeal of the Planning Commission’s approval of SLO Brewing Co.’s move from Garden Street to Higuera Street.

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