West Tefft Corridor Plan Discussions To Continue

Tefft Street as it might look in the futureWell, the Santa Maria Times reports this morning that the San Luis Obispo County Planning Department began their public hearings on Nipomo’s West Tefft Corridor Plan; but, they have not completed them. The hearings will re-convene on 1/25/07—yep that’s next year folks! You see, I don’t think anyone on the Planning Staff actually drives Tefft Street on a daily basis–so there really isn’t too much of a sense of urgency out there about what the traffic nightmares are like down here in Nipomo. Regardless, there will be more hearings–just a long way into the future. Before any implementation of the plan, the San Luis County Board of Supervisors will also have to approve the details. Continue reading

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Nipomo’s West Tefft Corridor

Tefft Street as it might look in the futureToday’s Tribune and the Santa Maria Times both ran stories about the West Tefft Street Corridor and the San Luis Obispo County Planning meeting where it was discussed this afternoon. The Tribune’s story included an actual photograph of a part of the West Tefft Street Corridor along with a sketch showing the same portion of the street as it might look in the future. Continue reading

Vote For Dana Adobe As One Of The Seven Wonders Of Central Coast

Nipomo Dana Adobe Click To Enlarge  (Double Click To Enlarge) The San Luis ObispoTribune is running a contest on the seven wonders of San Luis Obispo County. They have listed 13 possible choices and are asking people to vote for their favorite seven. Listed among the 13 possibilities is the Nipomo Dana Adobe, which of course we who live down south certainly feel should be included as one of the county’s top seven. You can send in your vote via email by using the ballot below or here and following the instructions–just copy and paste into an email; Continue reading

San Luis Obispo County Board Of Supervisors’ Agenda 10/17/06

OCTOBER 17, 2006  

PRESENTATION 9:00 PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

CONSENT AGENDA – REVIEW AND APPROVAL

ACTION AGENDA

HEARINGS

CLOSED SESSION

PRESENTATION

NOON RECESS – ADJOURN TO THE MADONNA INN

FOR LUNCH WITH THE CATTLEMAN�S ASSOCIATION 12:15

REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION 2:00

HEARINGS CONTINUED

The Board of Supervisors of the County of San Luis Obispo are now meeting in regular session. By Board resolution, business shall be conducted from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and public hearings are scheduled to start at 9:00 A.M. Additional information regarding any items listed on today’s agenda can be obtained in the County Administrative Office. Packets are also available at the Atascadero, South County, Paso Robles, Nipomo, Morro Bay and SLO City/County Libraries and the SLO Law Library (1st floor Government Center, SLO). The Board of Supervisors’ weekly agenda and staff reports can be accessed at the following website www.countyofslo.org.

All persons desiring to speak on agenda items during Presentation, Consent Agenda, Public Hearing, Public Comment, Board Business, or prior to the Closed Session portion of the meeting, are asked to fill out a “Board Appearance Request Form”, and provide it to the Clerk of the Board prior to the start of the Board item. Each individual speaker will be limited to a presentation total of three (3) minutes per person during the Consent Agenda and Public Comment period, and three (3) minutes per item addressed during Public Hearings. Continue reading

An Interview With NCSD Candidate Jim Harrison

Before I endorsed Jim Harrison, he and I had an email exchange in which I asked him to expound on some of the statements on his website. He was gracious enough to respond in detail. Jim has also authorized me to publish our email exchange. I hope this exchange will benefit Nipomo voters in deciding on who to send to the Nipomo Community Services District Board on November 7, 2006. The interview follows: Continue reading