Week Ahead

Government meetings in SLO County the week of 10/21

October 21, 2013 

Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 6 p.m. Provide staff with questions to be asked at the forum for the applicants seeking to fill the vacant council seat; conceptual design plans for the corporation yard renovation project.

Atascadero City Council. Meets Tuesday at 6 p.m. 461-5000. Review hot spots for economic development in town; spend $70,000 from general fund reserves to remove sediment from Atascadero Lake; regional plan to develop trails along the Salinas River.

Grover Beach City Council. Meets Monday at 6:30 p.m. 489-9657. Proposed ordinance to adopt a city pipeline franchise and assignment to Phillips 66 Pipeline; report regarding the creation of a benefit assessment district for the Five Cities Fire Authority.

Morro Bay City Council. 772-6200. Special closed session meeting Monday at 3 p.m. regarding the city attorney. Item is public employee discipline, dismissal, release/termination of contract. Anticipated litigation. Regular meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Nipomo Community Services District. Meets Wednesday at 9 a.m. 929-1133. Celebration to mark the beginning of the district’s supplemental water project at the Santa Maria levee.

Paso Robles Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. 237-3888. Re-designate zoning on 60 lots developed with urban uses in historic downtown; plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the city.

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday at 9 a.m. 781-5450. Update on county’s lobbying efforts; hearing to consider a resolution amending the action plans for HUD grants, allocations of general fund support and social services funds for homeless services.

San Luis Obispo Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 6 p.m. 781-7100. Review a 23-unit residential project, 11-room bedand-breakfast, restaurant and 16,400 square feet of commercial space planned for 667 and 679 Monterey St. by Shear Edge Development.

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