Lynn Compton, a Nipomo resident is currently running for the 4th District Supervisor seat, once held by the late Paul Teixeira. I have some questions for her, which I tried posting to her campaign page, but they apparently would not post for some reason. Hopefully she might take some time and respond over here:
1. Supplemental Water for Nipomo, what is your current position?
2. How did you vote (assuming you live within the district) on the most recent pipeline vote?
3. How would you have voted if you were not included in the election, and why?
4. Should the NCSD currently declare a moratorium on building based on lack of water?
5. What is your position on incorporation for Nipomo?
6. Were you part of that movement while it was ongoing–why or why not?
7. What do you think of the county’s practice of placing affordable housing in Nipomo?
8. What do you think is the single largest issue facing Nipomo, and how can it be successfully resolved?
9. What is your position on the Laetitia subdivision planned for the 1,900-acre Laetitia Winery?
In memoriam of those who died and in solidarity with those who were wounded and their families, we remember Virginia Tech.
||BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
|David EdgeCounty Administrator
Harry L. Ovitt, 1st District
Shirley Bianchi, 2nd District
Jerry Lenthall, Vice-Chairperson, 3rd District
K.H. “Katcho” Achadjian, Chairperson, 4th District
James R. Patterson, 5th District
PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
CONSENT AGENDA – REVIEW AND APPROVAL
CLOSED SESSION 11:30
NOON RECESS 12:00
REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION 2:00
ADJOURNMENT 5:00 Continue reading
The NCSD’s agenda is posted on its website here. Of particular interest are administrative items E-3 and E-4 regarding the activation of park powers for the NCSD. I support that activation. The more local power we can give the local NCSD Board, the better off we as a community will be in Nipomo. If you support this, attend the meeting or shoot an email to Bruce Buel the NCSD General Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To the men and women of America's Military the world over: Thank You, and may God Bless!
The Santa Maria Times is reporting that Santa Maria City is now the largest City in Santa Barbara County. Our neighbor to the south continues to grow by leaps and bounds. If it were not for the Santa Maria River (and the San Luis Obispo County line), it is quite likely that Nipomo would soon become a suburb of Santa Maria. Continue reading
Well, I'm hopeful we are finally pushing out of our wet, wintery weather into a warmer and dryer spring. Perhaps this rainbow over Nipomo, our own "somewhere" is such a symbol. Continue reading