Leadership group shares display plan

dsneed@thetribunenews.comJuly 18, 2013 

San Luis Obispo County’s diorama gives visitors to the Capitol an outdated look of the region.

JESSICA FEARNOW

The 21st San Luis Obispo Leadership Class, which has selected updating San Luis Obispo County’s display at the Hall of Counties in the Capitol Building in Sacramento as its legacy project, shared its plans Tuesday with the Board of Supervisors.

Amanda Collins, a member of the class, told supervisors that the group will spend up to $14,000 on the display, “which is outdated, to say the least.”

The class will accept proposals until Aug. 15, and hopes to have the update completed by the end of October. Supervisor Frank Mecham was appointed to represent the county in the project.

The new display will cover four themes from the county: Hearst Castle, the coast and beaches, wine country and farm-to-table agriculture.

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