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

Atascadero Unified School District Board of Trustees. Meets Tuesday. 462-4200. Set date for facilities study session of plans proposed for Atascadero High School; receive information on financial impact of San Gabriel Elementary School incident.

Grover Beach City Council. Meets Monday. 473-4567. Public hearing on the financing plan for the installation of public improvements associated with Grover Beach Lodge project.

Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. 237-3888. Consider appointment of Thomas Frutchey as city manager and approve his employment agreement; update to the city’s water-efficient landscape and irrigation ordinance; options for project funding for installing lighted crosswalks on 13th Street at Park and Pine streets.

Pismo Beach City Council. Meets Tuesday. 773-4657. Public hearing considering ordinance banning expanded polystyrene or Styrofoam products.

San Luis Coastal Unified School District Board of Trustees. Meets Tuesday. 549-1202. Determine that future Measure D projects will be completed using the design-build method and adopt resolution if acceptable; update on the district’s English learner program.

San Luis Obispo City Council. Meets Tuesday. 781-7100. Adopt resolution providing input to Cal Poly for consideration in its master plan update process; presentation on upcoming request for proposal process for the city’s transit operations and maintenance contract services and provide direction to staff.

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. 781-5080. Submit 2015 status report of the county’s 2011 Public Safety Realignment Implementation Plan; receive Department of Parks and Recreation’s 2015-20 draft strategic plan; consider amendments to the affordable-housing fund, consider resolutions adopting an annual adjustment of the residential in-lieu fee and commercial housing impact fee schedules, and approve the 2016 annual report and action plan; consider application from Teach About/Righetti to change the land use designation of a 253-acre parcel along and on the north side of Highway 41 near Morro Bay from agriculture to recreation to develop a 300,000-square-foot children’s cancer hospital.