SBCAN Roundtables Feb. 10 and 11

Please join us for our SBCAN Roundtable meetings on Thursday and Friday:


North County Roundtable
Thursday, Feb. 11
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
via Zoom

We have several important topics to discuss at our meeting this Thursday at 6 p.m. There may be others as well, but here is a draft of our agenda:

1. The proposed annexation of the Bailey Avenue Corridor west of Lompoc is under consideration again, with a study session scheduled at the Local Agency Formation Commission on March 4.

2. The California State Parks Department has issued a Draft EIR for a project to build 300 campsites at Oso Flaco Lake near the Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area. Although this is in San Luis Obispo County, it is just a couple of miles from Santa Barbara County and has potential impacts that could affect our residents and our flora and fauna.

3. The Neighborhoods at Hidden Canyon and Willow Creek was before the County Planning Commission on Wednesday (see our most recent action alert for details) and we will provide an update.

4. We will provide an update on the Strauss Wind Energy Project near Lompoc.

Please let me know if there are other items you would like to discuss.  And please email [email protected] if you will be able to attend so I can send you a Zoom link. Hope to see you then.


South County Roundtable
Friday, Feb. 12
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
via Zoom

We have several important topics to discuss at our meeting this Friday at Noon. There may be others as well, but here is a draft of our agenda:

1. San Marcos Foothills. We will have guest speakers on the topic of protecting this area from further development of large residential housing.

2. Public Banking. We will continue our discussion about this led by Harold (Hal) Hill.

3. The Neighborhoods at Hidden Canyon and Willow Creek is before the County Planning Commission on Wednesday (see our most recent action alert for details) and we will provide an update.

4. We will provide an update on the Strauss Wind Energy Project near Lompoc.

Please let me know if there are other items you would like to discuss.  And please email [email protected] if you will be able to attend so I can send you a Zoom link. Hope to see you then.


Ken Hough
Executive Director
Santa Barbara County Action Network
[email protected]
(805) 563-0463

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