Public Meetings

September 27, 2012 

Unless indicated, all meetings are open to the public. Some are available for later viewing on Charter Cable channel 21. Check www.slo-span.org

Thursday, Sept. 27

Cambria Community Services District Board of Directors. 12:30 p.m. Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St. 927- 6223. www.cambriacsd.org. Tentative agenda includes: Stimulus plan, involving issuing intent-to-serve letters while a water-emergency moratorium is still in place; changes to its voluntary lot-retirement program; a new employment agreement with General Manager Jerry Gruber, who is also co-functioning now with Fire Chief Mark Miller as general manager for the Cambria Community Healthcare District; approving revised fee schedule for various services and facilities (not utility rates or connection fees, however); agreement so others can place banners or decorations on Main Street lamp posts; assigning 28 commercial waitlist positions to Michael Campo for 2075 Main St. an action that should have been requested before his escrow closed. On TV: Charter Cable channel 21, 6 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. Saturday, 6 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. Thursday.

Monday, Oct. 1

North Coast Advisory Council Traffic Committee, 3 p.m. Rabobank, 1070 Main St. 927- 7372. www.northcoastadvisory council.org. North Coast Advisory Council Land Use Committee, 6:30 p.m. Rabobank, 1070 Main St. 927-2202. www.northcoastadvisory council.org.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Parks, Recreation and Open Space Commission. 10 a.m., Veterans Memorial Building dining hall, 1000 Main St. 927-6223. Agenda includes: consider recommending applicant to fill commissioner vacancy; reports on skate park, improvements to dog-park parking lot, Fiscalini Ranch Preserve’s master plan and wedding policy; appoint PROS secretary; reschedule Dec. 4 meeting to avoid conflict with holiday tree auction.

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