Local government meetings for the week of April 14

Tribune staffApril 13, 2014 

Arroyo Grande Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 473-5420. Consider permit for renovation of the Public Works Corporation Yard at 1375 Ash St., including a new 2,000-square-foot administration building, renovation of existing locker rooms, exterior painting and minor landscaping.

Atascadero Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 461-5000. Oak tree removal at 14250 El Monte Road; request to remove trees for construction of a trail along Highway 41 between Portola and San Gabriel roads.

Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. 237-3888. Residential sewer bill reduction; plan for the city’s future use of recycled water; contract for an initial design of a recycled water production facility; turning a roller hockey rink at Centennial Park into Pickleball courts; approximate $1 million contract to repair sections of Rolling Hills, South River and Airport roads as well as Country Club Drive.

Pismo Beach City Council. Meets Tuesday. 773-4657. Public hearing to consider protests against annual 1 percent assessment on gross lodging revenues within the Pismo Beach Lodging Business Improvement District.

San Luis Obispo City Council. Meets Tuesday. 781-7100. Discussion of options to pay down pension liabilities; award $1.7 million for the Santa Rosa skate park project; revised tentative tract map for Prado Road; revised impact fee credit agreement for Prado Road extension in the Margarita area; council compensation committee recommendations to increase City Council pay.

Morro Bay Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 772-6222. Review draft 2014-2019 Housing Element Update; current and advanced planning processing list; formation of Planning Commission subcommittee to serve as liaison between Cal Poly Masters Design Studio program and Planning Commission for the visioning process to rezone
West Atascadero Road Area to Embarcadero to Main Street.

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