Cambrians for Change to discuss water supply fixes Monday

betling@thetribunenews.comJanuary 16, 2014 

Cambrian for Change leader Tina Dickason, standing, holds up a piece of paper at the beginning of the group's first public meeting on Nov. 6. Another meeting is set for Monday, Jan. 20.

JEFF HELLMAN — Courtesy image

The group Cambrians for Change has scheduled a meeting for 2:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 20, at Rabobank, Tina Dickason has announced.

Dickason says the meeting will focus on water supply solutions for Cambria, particularly off-stream storage. William Rebik of AT Geosystems, Inc., in San Luis Obispo is expected to attend and discuss studies about capacity of a site on the Clyde Warren property off San Simeon Creek.

In years past, evaluations of dams on streams and off-stream reservoirs on Santa Rosa, San Simeon, Steiner creeks and upper Cambria Meadows have found them impractical for cost and environmental reasons.

Cambrians for Change’s most recent meeting — its first in a public venue — on Nov. 6 drew a standing-room-only crowd of about 70 people to Rabobank.

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