Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 473-5400. Review information on the status of the city’s retirement plans with the California Public Employees’ Retirement System; consider confirming the appointment of Dianne Thompson as city manager; receive and file city attorney succession plan, in which Heather Whitham of Carmel & Naccasha LLP would take over as city attorney from Tim Carmel.
Atascadero City Council. Meets Tuesday. 470-3400. Consider resolution authorizing specified organizations to use city facilities as identified in written agreements; authorize the city manager to execute an agreement with the Atascadero Veterans Memorial Foundation to use a conference room at no cost.
Morro Bay City Council. Meets Tuesday. 772-6200. First reading of an ordinance that proposes banning the possession and sale of synthetic drugs, also known as bath salts and spice; discuss the future of the aquarium lease site; review and discuss stop-sign request for Main and Pacific streets; consider conditional use permit for a BMX bike park on city-owned property at 301 Little Morro Creek Road.
Paso Robles Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 237-3960. Consider two applications filed on behalf of San Antonio Winery Inc.: one proposing to construct an approximately 126,000-square-foot wine production facility at the northwest corner of Wisteria Lane and Danley Court, and the second to expand the existing use of the property and add about 12,000 square feet of new development that includes a restaurant, three boutique retail spaces, three townhouse-style residential units above the retail spaces, and one single-family residence at 2610 Highway 46 East.
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Pismo Beach City Council and Planning Commission. Special joint meeting, Tuesday. 773-4658. Discuss Shell Beach development standards and design guidelines; discuss vision and future of Chapman Estate; discuss how infill development is reshaping downtown. Also, discuss various City Council goals: downtown parking and revitalization, reuse of the former city hall building, the circulation element and parklets and pocket parks. Regular Planning Commission meeting to follow to consider permits for new 128-room hotel at 147 Stimson Ave. and 150 Hinds Ave.
San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission. Meets Thursday. Consider a request by Hanson Aggregates Mid-Pacific for a modification of an existing conditional use permit and a reclamation plan amendment to expand the existing Santa Margarita Quarry by about 33 acres (enlarging the quarry footprint from 160.1 acres to 193.1 acres).