Local government meetings for the week of June 23

newsroom@thetribunenews.comJune 22, 2014 

Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 473-5400. Consider placing a measure on the November ballot to change Arroyo Grande to a charter city; hold public hearing to consider any protest to proposed water rate increase.

Atascadero City Council. Meets Tuesday. 470-3400. Consider placing an increased sales tax measure on the November ballot; spend $35,000 to participate in San Luis Obispo County’s election in November; changes to city program for expired building permits.

Atascadero Unified School District. Meets Tuesday. 462-4200. Approve contracts for superintendent and assistant superintendents; create director of testing, accountability and program development position; adopt 2014-15 budget.

Grover Beach City Council. Meets Wednesday. 473-4567. Special meeting to receive presentations and discuss a general obligation bond measure to fund rehabilitation of the city’s streets.

Lucia Mar Unified School District. Meets Tuesday. 474-3000. Approval of fiscal year 2014-15 budget; report on Central Coast New Tech High Phase 3 buildout; consider approval of climbing wall at Mesa Middle School and permission to begin fundraising.

Nipomo Community Services District. Meets Wednesday. 929-1133. Dedication of Jon S. Seitz Board Room; presentation on health of the groundwater basin underlying the Nipomo Mesa.

Pismo Beach Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 773-4658. Continued public hearing for consideration of a permit application for private and public events on the Chapman Estate grounds; consider permit for creation of a 355-square-foot outdoor patio and dining area at Shell Beach Brewhouse, 1527 Shell Beach Road.

Port San Luis Harbor District. Meets Tuesday. 595-5400. Update on the status of the Harbor Terrace development; approve final fiscal year 2014-15 budget.

San Luis Coastal School Board. Meets Tuesday. 549-1202. Resolution to request voter approval of a facility bond measure on the November ballot; facility master plan and demographic study update.

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