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Government meetings in SLO County for the week of Jan. 16

Pismo Beach City Council members are sworn in Dec. 6 after winning in the Nov. 8, 2016, election. From left, council members Erik Howell and Marcia Guthrie, and Mayor Ed Waage.
Pismo Beach City Council members are sworn in Dec. 6 after winning in the Nov. 8, 2016, election. From left, council members Erik Howell and Marcia Guthrie, and Mayor Ed Waage. kleslie@thetribunenews.com

Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. 805-237-3888. Hold a public hearing and consider a resolution to form a Groundwater Sustainability Agency over the portion of the Paso Robles Sub-Basin that’s within the boundaries of the city; consider permits and a request to subdivide the 3550 Airport Road property, where developers plan to build the Destino Paso Resort; discuss plans to repurpose the former site of the El Paso de Robles Youth Correctional Facility.

Pismo Beach City Council. Meets Tuesday. 805-773-4657. Declaration of local emergency for significant storm events; consider the Bello Street Corridor Study and direct staff to begin bidding for facilities study on potential uses for Old City Hall; accept preliminary design for Pier Plaza parking lot overhaul to add parking; award construction and management contracts for Pismo Pier Rehabilitation project; consider ordinance prohibiting outdoor cultivation, manufacturing, processing, lab testing, labeling, storing and wholesale and retail distribution and sale of marijuana.

San Luis Obispo City Council. Meets Tuesday. 805-781-7100. Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act Grant Application; consideration of features for the special meeting regarding the Rental Housing Inspection Program; safety enhancement zones amendment; voluntary party registration options.

Templeton Community Services District Board. Meets Tuesday. 805-434-4900. Consider adopting the 2016 California Fire Code with amendments; discuss Nacimiento surplus water supply and availability; review the status of 2016 goals.

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