Government Watch: A roundup of this week’s agendas

Arroyo Grande City Council. Special meeting Tuesday. 473-5400. Consider canceling the Nov. 6 general election and appointing the unopposed incumbents to the mayoral seat and two council seats.

Arroyo Grande Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 473-5420. Consider mixed-use project of 28 apartments and a 1,200-square-foot commercial building on 1.27 acres of vacant land at The Pike and South Elm Street; permits to expand and remodel the existing Alder House assisted living facility at 279 and 295 Alder St.

Grover Beach City Council. Meets today. 473-4567. Respond to two civil grand jury reports, one on medical marijuana and the other on the police department’s evidence and property rooms; review conflict-of-interest code; payment schedule on outstanding debts from the now-defunct Grover Beach Improvement Agency.

Lucia Mar Unified School District. Meets Tuesday. 474-3000. Budget update; review district 2011-12 accomplishments and discuss 2012-13 goals and priorities; eliminate several part-time classified positions, including a computer lab assistant and two classroom support instructional assistants.

Oceano Community Services District. Meets Wednesday. 481-6730. Discuss two tracts studied by the Local Agency Formation Commission, which governs annexation requests, for possible inclusion in Oceano’s sphere of influence (the area in which the district could grow in the next 20 years). The tracts include 204 acres of the Oceano Dunes and 18 acres of riding stables.

Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. 237-3888. Explore ideas for forming a citizens oversight committee for the city’s general sales tax measure and establish spending priorities should it pass in the November election; respond to the San Luis Obispo County grand jury’s findings on police evidence rooms; consider applying to the League of American Bicyclists to designate Paso Robles as a bicycle-friendly community; prepare a salt and nutrient management plan for the Paso Robles groundwater basin; retain Best, Best & Krieger as Paso Robles’ law firm for water matters.

Pismo Beach City Council. Meets Tuesday. 773-4657. Update on recruitment efforts for a new city manager; eliminate a vacant wastewater treatment plant operator/maintenance position and replace it with a treatment plant operator II position, saving $22,515 a year.