Welcome to LOCAC

Please have a look at the latest Safety News from SLO County:
https://www.readyslo.org/en/idex.aspx

There is new information as of 6/24/21 on rent relief for renters and landlords.
Go to the link below and click the box for English or Spanish:
https://www.recoverslo.org/en/rent-relief.aspx

A code enforcement officer will attend the LOCAC meeting on August 26 and give us a presentation regarding code enforcement and our community. He is looking forward to hearing from us and would like to be prepared to answer any questions we have. Please contact LOCAC Chairperson Trish Bartel with your questions; she will give them to the code enforcement officer: trishbartel00@gmail.com

The Land Use Committee for August has been cancelled. The County submitted no projects. Due to the Labor Day holiday the first week of September, a new date will need to be selected for that meeting. Check back toward the end of August for that meeting’s information.

This is an email from the County on the Morro Bay pipeline section of the Morro Bay sewer project and
it’s future impact on traffic. Date: sometime in the future.
South Bay Boulevard is one of the two exits out of Los Osos and will be impacted.

The LOCAC General Meeting was held on Thursday, July 22 at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. The agenda and Zoom recording can be found on this page: http://locac.info/meetings/locac-general-meeting/
Support documents for some of the items on the Regular Agenda can be found on the Land Use Committee page: http://locac.info/meetings/land-use-committee/
and on the Unhoused Residents Committee page:
http://locac.info/unhoused-residents-committee/

The Trees & Landscaping Committee met on Zoom, Monday, July 12 at 7:00 p.m.. The agenda can be found on the link below:
http://locac.info/meetings/trees-landscaping-committee/

The San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG) is beginning to develop the 2023 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).

The RTP provides a vision for the future growth and development of the SLO region through the year 2045, and we need your input to inform it!

This plan will help shape our quality of life and environment over decades to come. Please share your input and help make our region the best place to live, work, and play!

You can find the surveys at https://slocog.org/engage when you click View Project.

TIME SENSITIVE: The draft CEQA document for the South Bay Bridge replacement project is below. The 30-day review and comment period for the proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration begins on July 7, 2021, and ends on August 6, 2021. Written comments must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the last day of the review period and should be addressed to: Monica Stillman, Environmental Specialist, mjstillman@co.slo.ca.us, County Government Center, Room 206, San Luis Obispo, CA 93408.

An explanation of the project can be found here: https://www.slocounty.ca.gov/Departments/Public-Works/Forms-Documents/Environmental-Determinations/South-Bay-Boulevard-Bridge-MND.pdf

 


Letters written at the request of LOCAC by the Ad Hoc Water Committee in support of Airborne Electromagnetic (AEM) Surveys for the Los Osos basin can be found here:
http://locac.info/ad-hoc-water-committee/

The LOCAC contact form is currently out of order. To contact LOCAC members, please use the emails off of this page: http://locac.info/about/

If you want to contact one person who will send your message to ALL LOCAC members, use the email address for the communications officer: lynette_locac@yahoo.com

We are sorry for the inconvenience!

The Land Use Committee met on Tuesday, July 6th. Find the agenda, the Zoom recording, and the project documents here: http://locac.info/meetings/land-use-committee/

LOCAC met Thursday, June 24 on Zoom at 7:00 p.m.. You will find the Zoom recording, links to presentations and information from the meeting, plus the draft minutes and the agenda on this page:
http://locac.info/meetings/locac-general-meeting/

The Unhoused Resident’s Committee met Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. Find the recordings, the agenda, and the May minutes off this link: http://locac.info/unhoused-residents-committee/

An emergency LOCAC meeting was held via email Wednesday, June 9, in order to approve a letter to Supervisor Bruce Gibson in time for Supervisor budget meetings next week. Find the letter and the minutes off of this link:
http://locac.info/meetings/locac-general-meeting/

The file below is a draft checklist of County requirements for Minor Use Permits.


 


Ministerial Permits

Permits that are over-the-counter and that do not come to LOCAC can be found here. There is a tutorial posted with instructions on how to find current Ministerial Permits.

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.

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.