SLO County government meetings for the week of May 19

newsroom@thetribunenews.comMay 18, 2014 

Grover Beach City Council. Meets today. 473-4567. Request for rate increase for trash collection services from South County Sanitary Service; presentation of draft fiscal year 2014-15 budget.

Cambria Community Services District. Meets today. 927-6223. Special workshop meeting on water and sewer rate increase process.

Templeton Community Services District. Meets Tuesday. 434-4900. Fire chief’s wage schedule.

Atascadero Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 461-5000. Study session to update the city’s policy guide for its housing-related needs and resources in the community.

Atascadero Unified School District. Meets Tuesday. 462-4200. Approve November bond measure seeking to reauthorize $58 million in school facility improvement bonds; contract with Classified School Employees Association.

Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. 237-3888. Zoning change on gas stations with car washes in a downtown redesign plan; request to waive landfill disposal fees to help Paso Robles High School in its Ag Farm Clean-up Day; final design of a long-term parking lot downtown; statewide search for a new director of community development for when Ed Gallagher retires in December.

Pismo Beach City Council. Meets Tuesday. 773-7003. Update on improvements to the Chapman Estate and consider approving a permit application for Planning Commission consideration to authorize public and private events on the estate grounds; discuss regulations to allow goats within city limits.

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. 781-5450. Consider a request by the Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County to allocate $1 million in park fees to help purchase the Pismo Preserve; consider updating the county growth management ordinance concerning the maximum number of new residences for the various unincorporated areas of the county.

Cambria Community Services District. Meets Thursday. 927-6223. Regular monthly meeting; update on emergency water supply project progress and funding.

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