SBCAN Roundtables: North County is Feb. 13, South County is Feb. 21

We'll hope you'll make our roundtables:

SBCAN North County Roundtable
Thursday, February 13
6
 PM to 7:30 PM

Giavanni’s Pizzeria
1108 East Clark, south side of Bradley, Orcutt

DRAFT AGENDA

  1. Call to Order by Janet Blevins: Introductions; agenda review (5 min.)
  2. Urban Growth Boundary for Solvang. Nancy Emerson and Susan Bott will join us to discuss their ideas on this topic. (45 min.)
  3. Bailey Avenue Annexation Proposal in Lompoc. Under consideration for the last decade or more, this expansion of the City of Lompoc into prime agricultural lands to the west is being advanced by the city to the Local Agency Formation Commission. (10 min.)
  4. City of Santa Maria General Plan Update. This plan update raises the strong possibility of Santa Maria taking action to expand its sphere of influence and city boundaries into adjacent prime agricultural lands.  (10 min.)
  5. Status of Onshore Oil Projects: ERG, Aera and PetroRock in Cat Canyon, and BLM Lease Proposal. (5 min.)
  6. The Neighborhoods of Willow Creek and Hidden Valley. Proposed development at Rancho Maria Golf Course; DSEIR is complete and comment period is closed. (5 min.)
  7. Brief updates from participants. (2 to 5 min. each)
  8. Open discussion about other items of interest. All (10 min.)
  9. Next meeting. Our next meeting is scheduled for March 12 at Giavanni’s.

SBCAN South County Roundtable
Friday, February 21
Noon to 1:30 p.m

Hill-Carrillo Adobe
15 E. Carrillo St., Santa Barbara

We have rescheduled our next meeting to Friday, February 21. Still at the Hill-Carrillo Adobe at noon. Continuing our tradition of the last several months, we have invited another Santa Barbara City Council Member to join us. She is not confirmed yet, but we hope Alejandra Gutierrez will be able to join us to discuss housing and other issues. 

Please let me know if there are topics you want to bring up and discuss.  We hope to see you.

Feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.

Thank you,

Ken Hough
SBCAN Executive Director
ken@sbcan.org
805.563.0463
http://www.sbcan.org/

 

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