Correction: An earlier version of this story mislabeled Atascadero City Council's agenda as Paso Robles City Council's agenda.
Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 473-5400. Proposed lease with real estate agency Re/Max Del Oro for City Hall building at 214 E. Branch St.; agreement to provide payment of costs associated with reconstruction of Short Street and offsite sewer improvements.
Grover Beach Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 473-4568. Consider request, and recommend to City Council, changes in the “affordable housing density bonus and development concessions/incentives” section of the city’s zoning law to allow more incentives for housing projects that would enable all of their units to be sold or rented below market prices.
Morro Bay City Council. Meets Monday. 772-6200. Resolution that would allow the removal of gull nests from Bayshore homeowners’ properties; discussion of the percentage of funding for the visitor’s center from the Tourism Business Improvement District, which is funded by a local tax on hotel receipts.
Oceano Community Services District Board of Directors. Meets Wednesday. 481-6730. Fee letter to People’s Self-Help Housing Corp. for a six-unit subdivision at 1500 Paso Robles St.; cleaning and inspection of sewer and water lines.
Atascadero City Council. Meets Tuesday. 461-5000. New version of a 2006 report that states City Hall’s historic trees would be preserved during the building’s repair; review mandatory rules from the state that require building only in “environmentally friendly” ways.
Paso Robles Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 237-3888. Proposed preschool at North County Christian Fellowship, 421 9th St.; proposed 7,416-square-foot commercial tire store at 2441 Golden Hill Road.
San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. 781-5450. Report on county’s fiscal outlook for 2011-2012; discussion of county’s labor negotiation strategy.
San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission. Meets Thursday. 781-5600. Coastal Christian School request to allow a its proposed new K-12 campus — planned west of Oak Park Boulevard near Noyes Road, north of Pismo Beach and west of Arroyo Grande — to be served by an on-site well, rather than municipal water service.
Templeton Unified School District Board of Trustees. Meets Thursday. 434-5800. Closed session talk on negotiations with teacher and employee unions; report on search for a new superintendent and presentation of proposed recruitment brochure and proposed compensation package; public hearing on “determining sufficiency” of instructional materials; contract with non-teaching employees’ union; update on federal education jobs funding and state budget; expected approval of new and renewed interdistrict transfer requests for 2010-11 academic year; report on class size and enrollment trends.