Please have a look at the latest Safety News from SLO County:
The Central Coast Water Quality Control Board is holding an online meeting on Friday, January 29. There is an item of interest for residents of Bayview Heights and the Martin Tract. See Item 10 under Waste Discharge Requirements:
From the summary, found at this link:
“Staff proposes terminating General Waste Discharge Requirements Order 00-12 for residential onsite wastewater systems within the Bayview Heights and Martin Tract areas of Los Osos. Order 00-12 regulates discharges of waste from residential onsite systems in those areas.”
Read the entire staff report because if the termination order is passed, “New and replacement systems and repairs of existing systems will be regulated pursuant to LAMP requirements.” Those are the new County requirements.
For County information on the Local Agency Management Program (LAMP), go to this link:
LOCAC received a response from the County on the comments submitted on their proposed project to replace the bridge on South Bay Boulevard at the LOCAC Land Use Committee meeting on January 4. See that document off of this link: http://locac.info/meetings/land-use-committee/
The next general LOCAC meeting will be held Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. The meeting link will be posted closer to the meeting date. The agenda is not yet ready, but documents and links to projects to be on that agenda can be found:
The next Land Use Committee Meeting will be held on Monday, February 1, and while the agenda isn’t ready, documents for the meeting can be found at http://locac.info/meetings/land-use-committee/
There is a new subcommittee for LOCAC regarding the issue of the unhoused in Los Osos.
THEIR FORUM ON THE ISSUES WILL BE HELD JANUARY 26, CLICK ON THE LINKED IMAGE BELOW TO GET TO THE LIVE DOCUMENT THAT HAS THE LINKS TO USE TO SIGN UP.
Find the relevant documents and the recordings of past meetings here.
The document below was from our mailbox, retrieved on 12-18-20:
The document below was from our mailbox, retrieved on 10-20-20:
Information from the County on the Midtown Restoration Site posted October 9, 2020: https://www.slocounty.ca.gov/Departments/Public-Works/Department-News/2020/Cleanup-At-Midtown-Restoration-Site-in-the-Communi.aspx
July 6, 2020, County Planner Cory Hanh presented the Draft Housing Element Update to our Community Plan at LOCAC’s Land Use Committee meeting. Review his presentation: http://locac.info/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Presentation-Public-Review-Draft.pdf
Permits that are over-the-counter and that do not come to LOCAC can be found here.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), LOCAC in-person meetings will not resume until the County gives permission for groups of people to hold meetings.
The LOCAC election has been postponed to a future date when LOCAC will be able to meet—following the County guidelines. When that date is known, candidates and the public will have the opportunity to share their views with the election to follow shortly after.
What is LOCAC?
The Los Osos Community Advisory Council is the voice of the community for all land use issues affecting Los Osos. We are an 11 member volunteer group that advises the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors, the County Planning Commission, and County staff on land use planning, trees & landscaping, traffic and circulation and other important issues that affect Los Osos. LOCAC is also a voice for protecting Morro Bay and the sensitive environment surrounding our community.
Who Serves on LOCAC?
LOCAC has two elected representatives from each of four residential districts within Los Osos. The term of office is four years. Only persons who live within the residential district may vote for the candidates from that district. A public election is held in even-numbered years for half the elected seats. The District 2 Supervisor appoints the other three members whose terms are two years (odd-numbered years). There is no limit to the number of terms a member can serve. The new members are seated and officers are elected by the Council each year at the end of the May LOCAC meeting.
Each LOCAC member is expected to be a member of at least one committee in addition to participating in the monthly general meeting. A LOCAC member who is not an officer can expect to spend approximately 6-8 hours per month on LOCAC business.