Unless indicated, all meetings are open to the public. Some are available for later viewing on Charter Cable channel 21. Check www.slo-span.org
Thursday, July 26
County Planning Commission. 9 a.m. Board of Supervisors Chambers, County Government Center, 1055 Monterey St., San Luis Obispo. 781-5600. www.slocounty.ca.gov/planning.ht m. Agenda includes: Tim Winsor’s request to remove his agricultural/ ranch property from a cooperative road-maintenance association for the private Red Mountain Road, about 3.5 miles east of Highway 1 off San Simeon Creek Road.
Cambria Community Services District Board of Directors. 12:30 p.m. Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St. 927-6223. www.cambriacsd.org. Agenda includes: Resolution recognizing North Coast Ocean Rescue team as the volunteer emergency ocean-rescue team of Cambria Fire Department; hearing to order weed abatement on parcels not cleared by July 13; amending district code on extending intent-to-serve letters; mutual-agreement memorandum between district and county Integrated Regional Water Management Plan. Closed session follows at 1316 Tamson Drive, Suite 201. Closed sesion agenda includes: Performance evaluation of and labor negotiations with General Manager Jerry Gruber. On TV: Charter Cable channel 21, 6 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. Saturday, 6 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. Thursday. Monday, Aug. 6
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North Coast Advisory Council Traffic Committee, 3 p.m. Rabobank, 1070 Main St. 927-7372. www.northcoastadvisorycouncil.org.
North Coast Advisory Council Land Use Committee, 6:30 p.m. Rabobank, 1070 Main St. 927-2202. www.northcoastadvisorycouncil.org.
Thursday, Aug 9
Cambria Community Services District. 11 a.m. Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St. 927-6223. www.cambriacsd.org. Agenda includes: Special workshop for district and Army Corps of Engineers consultants to further update public on various concepts to provide more water. Tentative topics to include: CDM Smith consultant to run criteria model. Board could evaluate which four or five alternatives for a new water supply should be profiled in federal-and state-level environmental studies. Rough-estimate costs for each project could be released. Among options are: seawater desalination, expanded conservation and recycling programs, local and imported surface water, groundwater, hard-rock drilling and seasonal reservoir storage. The meeting probably will be videotaped; cablecasts are likely to follow the usual schedule (the following Friday at 6 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m., Monday at 6 p.m. and Thursday at 9 a.m.).