Government Watch

Government meetings in SLO County the week of May 26

newsroom@thetribunenews.comMay 27, 2014 

Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 473-5400. Consider regulating vacation rentals and home stays in the city; repeal a chapter of the city’s municipal code restricting registered sex offenders from being within 300 feet of a “children’s facility” to avoid threat of a lawsuit because such restrictions are already provided for in state law.

Atascadero City Council. Meets Tuesday. 461-5000. El Camino Housing Organization on-site operations plan for the emergency shelter at 6370 Atascadero Mall; plan to improve how unpermitted and temporary shop signs look on El Camino Real; change zoning for the former Atascadero Library site at 6850 Morro Road to allow for commercial uses; general plan amendments for housing project near the intersection of Halcyon Road and Viejo Camino.

Morro Bay City Council. Meets Tuesday. 772-6200. Cal Poly students present model concepts of potential aquarium for Morro Bay; approval of new license agreement with Morro Bay Hookers Baiting Service; quarterly financial status reports; adoption of resolution regarding new wastewater treatment facility siting and formation of technical review committee; review and future work regarding city streets.

Nipomo Community Services District. Meets Wednesday. 929-1133. Review draft fiscal year 2014-15 budget.

Oceano Community Services District. Meets Wednesday. 481-6730. Discussion of ownership and maintenance of sewer laterals, or section of pipe that connects a property to the main sewer line.

Pismo Beach Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 773-4658. Consider conditional use permit application for private and public events on the Chapman Estate grounds; review the downtown Pismo Beach strategic plan and develop a recommendation to the City Council.

San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District. Meets Wednesday. 781-5912. Hearing to accept public comment and review proposed district budget for fiscal year 2014-2015; Hearing to consider adoption of a federal emission statement, as required by the Federal Clean Air Act for the eastern San Luis Obispo County federal ozone non-attainment area.

San Luis Obispo Planning Commission. Meets Wednesday. 781-7100. Discuss the certification of the final environmental-impact report and amendments to portions of the Airport Area Specific Plan for the Chevron remediation and development project. ­

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