Busy, busy. The Cambria Community Services District Board of Directors meets again today, July 26, for the sixth time in as many weeks and the ninth meeting in 11 weeks.
This meeting begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St.
Three other district board meetings held between June 14 and July 19 were workshops about criteria for selecting an alternative water supply or about revising rates for district services (other than water and sewer-service rates or connection fees), along with three regular monthly meetings. Two more workshops are to be held Aug. 9 and Aug. 13.
A fourth meeting held July 9 was for labor negotiations between employee representatives and the district’s negotiator, Bill Avery of Avery Consultants.
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Among topics on tap at today’s regular monthly meeting are: Making the North Coast Ocean Rescue team an official part of the Cambria Fire Department; public hearing to order the district’s annual contract weed abatement on parcels that weren’t cleared by the cutting deadline of July 13; amending the district’s code on extending intent-to- serve letters; and a mutual- agreement memorandum between district and county Integrated Regional Water Management Plan.
Following the open meeting, a closed session is to be held at 1316 Tamson Drive, Suite 201, for an evaluation of General Manager Jerry Gruber and for him to negotiate his contract with the board and its counsel. Those actions were postponed last month because that meeting’s agenda was so long.
For details, go to www.cambriacsd.org. — Kathe Tanner