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Posted on: December 1, 2022

Paso Robles Partners to Create the Central Coast Military and Civilian Council

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A partnership between military installations and local governments

PASO ROBLES, CA, December 1, 2022 – Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin, Mayor Le Barre of King City, and Col. Lamb, Garrison Commander at Fort Hunter Liggett, have officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form a partnership known as the Central Coast Military and Civilian Council (CCMCC) during a ceremony held at Fort Hunter Liggett. 

The effort to create the CCMCC began in late 2021, when the City of Paso Robles hosted a meeting with leaders from King City, Fort Hunter Liggett, Camp Roberts, and Camp San Luis Obispo to discuss the potential to create the CCMCC to strengthen relations between military installations and local governments.

The Partners in the CCMCC agree to work together to:

  • Support local, state, federal and national defense goals.
  • Develop and distribute information about military installation and local government needs.
  • Identify funding that Partners may pursue or obtain to improve military installations and/or local governments.
  • Coordinate efforts on opportunities that improve quality of life, military readiness and effectiveness and improve relations between civilians and military personnel.
  • Seek support from other public and private partners to encourage investments in military installations and/or local government improvements to benefit personnel and residents from the military installations and surrounding communities.
  • Highlight the importance of the military installation and local government partnerships with local elected officials, state legislative and congressional representatives.

“King City has a long history supporting our military and is proud to be part of this historic agreement which builds upon many years of Fort Hunter Liggett’s commitment to our communities," states King City Mayor Mike LeBarre. "The Central Coast Military and Civilian Council (CCMCC) will raise awareness and highlight the value of our military installations to the region, work together on economic and beneficial opportunities that supports the military’s readiness and resiliency efforts and strengthens relations and quality of life for our communities and the troops that protect our Constitution and freedoms.”

Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin stated “We anticipate a very productive relationship with all the entities involved. Many thanks to all who have worked to make this a reality.”

The CCMCC will initially consist of one standing committee known as the Policy Committee, with other committees and subcommittees created as the CCMCC deems appropriate.  The Policy Committee will meet at least quarterly while technical staff of the Partners may conduct meetings monthly. 

For more information, contact Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin at 805.237.3888 or smartin@prcity.com. 

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