Government Watch

Government meetings in SLO County the week of 1/27

January 27, 2014 

Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 473-5400. Consider permit for existing farmers market in Olohan Alley between Short Street and South Mason Street (which has been in operation since the 1980s but never formally approved); consider conditional-use permit for construction of an approximately 55,000-square-foot, 69-bed assisted living/memory care facility and eight townhomes at 880 Oak Park Blvd.

Atascadero City Council. Meets Tuesday. 470-3400. City Council policy position on the formation of the Paso Robles Ground Water Basin Water District; second review of the draft climate action plan; 2014 strategic planning update.

Morro Bay City Council. Meets Tuesday. 772-6200. Closed session on interim city manager and interim city attorney positions; consideration of lease agreements on two sites: 201 Main St. and 141 Embarcadero; conferences with counsel on existing and anticipated litigation, including personal injury claim.

Pismo Beach Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 773-4658. Potential general plan amendments to change land use designations in two planning areas in Shell Beach from open space to low-density residential; discussion on parking requirements for restaurant seating.

San Luis Obispo City Council. Meets Tuesday. 781-7100. Review of the Planning Commission’s recommended changes to the city’s circulation element and approval to study those in an environmental impact report.

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. 781-5450. Consider a variety of actions regarding the Paso Robles groundwater basin, including a contract of nearly $1.5 million for a study looking into supplemental water supplies; an update on the Los Osos sewer project; hear report on a bid opening of $48 million for the construction of the wastewater treatment plant for the Los Osos sewer.

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