Government meetings in SLO County this week

Agendas for public meetings in SLO County

San Luis Obispo - The TribuneApril 14, 2013 

Atascadero Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 461-5000. Proposed workshop/studio at 4755 Dolores Ave.; tree removal at 7640 Valle Ave.

Grover Beach City Council. Meets Monday. 473-4567. Public hearing to receive input on city goals and work tasks for fiscal year 2013-14; consider allowing use of council chambers for periodic meetings of South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District board.

Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. 237-3888. Adding 594 homes to existing development plans in the city’s master plan for growth; planned merger of the city’s public transit with the San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority; redesign of the TravelPaso website; reject all bids and re-advertise the contract to construct the Paso Robles Uptown Family Park.

Pismo Beach City Council. Meets Tuesday. 773-4657. Budget meeting at 9 a.m.; during regular meeting, approve annual report from Pismo Beach Lodging Business Improvement District and declare the council’s intention to levy annual 1 percent assessment for fiscal year 2013-14; direct city manager to negotiate a lease of city-owned property on Five Cities Drive for off-street parking.

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. 781-5080. Consider rejecting bids for construction of improvements to the Atascadero Library and North County Service Center and seek new bids for the project; agreement with AEG Cycling for services related to the May 16 stage finish of the Tour of California in Avila Beach; resolution indicating intention to sell county-owned property in the unincorporated area of Cayucos to a qualified land conservancy.

San Luis Obispo City Council. Meets Tuesday. 781-7100. Discussion of the Community Development Department’s organization assessment and action plan; review of the 2012 annual report on the city’s general plan.

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