Atascadero City Council. Meets Tuesday. 461-5000. Continued collection of special traffic fees for the Dove Creek and Las Lomas developments to allow for the installation of Highway 101/Santa Barbara Road interchange improvements among others; update on Atascadero Road Program; change for nicer streetscape improvements around the historic Administration Building.
Arroyo Grande City Council. Meets Tuesday. 473-5400. Status report for the first quarter of the 2012-13 fiscal year budget.
Lucia Mar Unified School District Board of Trustees. Meets Tuesday. 474-3000. Budget update; annual report on collection of developer fees imposed on residential, commercial and industrial development; revised salary schedule for a few specific support staff and management positions; report from a committee tasked with reviewing district property and considering any requests for sale or lease.
Nipomo Community Services District. Meets Wednesday. 929-1133. Authorize staff to circulate request for proposals for Blacklake sewer system master plan project; establish pre-qualification procedures for contractors so bids can be solicited should the Nipomo services district board decide to move ahead with a phased pipeline project to bring additional water to Nipomo from Santa Maria.
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Oceano Community Services District. Meets Wednesday. 481-6730. Establish the Oceano Farmer’s Market Committee, a standing board committee; determine procedure to send out request for proposals to solicit a new district engineer; request from South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District board to support the district’s appeal of a fine issued by the Regional Water Quality Control Board.
Paso Robles Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 237-3888. Continue hearing from Oct. 23 on an application filed by NCI Affiliates Inc. to re-establish staff training programs and executive offices at 1434 Chestnut St.; proposal by Firestone Walker LLC to build a 40,000-square-foot expansion building and a parking lot at 1400 Ramada Drive; make a recommendation to the City Council to amend the city’s blueprint for growth in land use, traffic and conservation to support new storm water management practices.
Pismo Beach Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 773-4658. Consider a pre-annexation and development agreement between the city and property owner of the proposed Spanish Springs project, which could add 390 single-family homes, 83 apartments or condos, 320 senior residential units, a 150-room hotel and conference center and other amenities to about 960 acres off Price Canyon Road.