Summer vacation is definitely over for the county Board of Supervisors, who have bulked up their agenda for Tuesday with a slew of big-ticket items.
Some of the issues supervisors will discuss and act on:
A report on homelessness throughout the county. There are an estimated 4,000 homeless individuals, many of them children.
An update on the Citizens’ Option for Public Safety program.
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A final vote on new boundaries for the five county supervisorial districts. The boundaries, which follow the decennial U.S. census, will remain in place for 10 years.
A public auction to sell the old Paso Robles courthouse at 549 10th St. A previous attempt drew no bidders.
A resolution recognizing “El Grito de la Independencia,” celebrating Mexico’s independence from Spain.
An update on the Los Osos wastewater project;
Applying for $434,000 in Homeland Security grant money.
Buying three “portable decontamination showers” for $93,600.
Replacing an “environmental resources specialist” position with an “agricultural resources” position.
There are other items on the agenda as well.
The meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the County Government Center, 1055 Monterey St. in San Luis Obispo.