Government meetings in SLO County the week of 8/5

Agendas for public meetings in SLO County

San Luis Obispo - The TribuneAugust 4, 2013 

Grover Beach City Council. Meets today. Introduction of ordinance amending city municipal code regarding card table regulations; proposed one-year successor memorandum of understanding with Grover Beach Police Officers Association; proposed benefit adjustments for management, executive management and confidential employees; West Grand Avenue Enhancement Project, phase three, presentation of preliminary design; declaration of water shortage stage.

Lucia Mar Unified School District Board of Trustees. Meets Tuesday. 474-3000. Report on the 45-day revise of the 2013-14 budget; personnel update.

Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. Amend city business license regulations to place more oversight on massage businesses; request to remove five oak trees at 3328 Spring St. for the new Uptown Center mixed-used project; consider a $3.6 million contract to construct the Paso Robles Uptown Family Park at 641 36th St.

Shandon Advisory Council. Meets Wednesday. shandoncouncil@yahoo.com. Water presentation by the Creston Advisory Body.

Templeton Community Services District. Meets Tuesday. 434-4900. Initiate public protest period for the Wastewater Rate Update Study and set the hearing for Oct. 15; rental fees for public use of the district’s boardroom and community center/women’s club.

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. Request to approve annual agreement with Economic Vitality Corporation in the amount of $98,775 to implement the San Luis Obispo County Clusters of Opportunity Economic Strategy, All Districts. Request to approve a 12-month agreement in an amount not to exceed $116,600 with TJA Advertising and Public Relations to provide marketing services on behalf of the Avila Beach Local Area of the San Luis Obispo County Tourism Business Improvement District.

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