Join us at our Roundtables in SM and SB

We hope you will join us at a roundtable meeting:


SBCAN North County Roundtable

Thursday, February 8, 2018, 6:00 PM

Rabobank Conference Room, Northeast Corner of South Broadway and Battles

Santa Maria

DRAFT AGENDA

(times are approximate)

  1. Call to Order; Introductions; Agenda Review (5 min.)
  2. Solvang: Proposed Expansion of Sphere of Influence and Annexation. Study reviewed by Planning Commission on Feb. 5 and to be heard by City Council on Feb. 26. Agricultural lands are at risk. (20 min.)
  3. Status of 750+ Unconventional Oil Wells Proposed for East Cat Canyon; ERG’s Foxen Canyon Road Pipeline. (10 min.)
  4. Cuyama Valley Water Issues. (10 min.)
  5. Open Streets Event in Santa Maria. (5 min.)
  6. Open discussion about other items of interest. All (5 min.)
  7. Suggestions for next month’s agenda (March 8). (5 min.)

SBCAN South County Roundtable

Friday, February 9, 2018, Noon

Union Bank’s Board Room, 15 East Carrillo St., Santa Barbara

DRAFT AGENDA

(times are approximate, and feel free to bring your lunch)

  1. Call to Order by Chair Dick Flacks. Introductions; Agenda Review (5 min.)
  2. Mobile Home Issues. Sharon Rose. (5 min.)
  3. Santa Barbara Renter’s Rights Ordinance. (10 min.)
  4. Update on Santa Barbara’s Average Unit Density Program. (10 min.)
  5. Solvang: Proposed Expansion of Sphere of Influence and Annexation. Study reviewed by Planning Commission on Feb. 5 and to be heard by City Council on Feb. 26. Agricultural lands are at risk. (10 min.)
  6. Status of 750+ Unconventional Oil Wells Proposed for East Cat Canyon; ERG’s Foxen Canyon Road Pipeline. (10 min.)
  7. Cuyama Valley Water Issues. (5 min.)
  8. Open discussion about other items of interest. All (5 min.)
  9. Brief updates from participants. (2 to 5 min. each)
  10. Next meeting. Our next meeting is scheduled for March 9.
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