Paso Robles City Council Meeting Highlights Regular Meeting of the City CouncilSeptember 20, 2022The City has returned to hybrid public meetings pursuant to AB 361, which allows for a deviation from the teleconference rules required by the Ralph M. Brown Act. Residents now have the option to attend the meeting in person or to participate remotely.
Highlights from the City Council meeting, held on September 20, 2022
, are as follows. The recording is available at www.prcity.com/youtube.
Council did the following:
Read a proclamation honoring for Councilmember Maria Garcia
for her service to the community as a City Councilmember from 2018 to 2022.
Read a proclamation in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month
Read a proclamation in honor of PRHS teacher Geoffrey Land
for being named SLO County Teacher of the Year.Received a status update
on capital projects current underway throughout the city. View the presentation
Completed the process to form a Community Facilities District in the Beechwood development
to provide maintenance and services including roadways, parks, open space as well as police, fire, community services. Read the staff report
Held the first reading of an amendment to Section 14.04.020 of the Paso Robles Municipal Code allowing rates for Water Service Fees to be established by resolution
, rather than by ordinance. The City is still required to follow Proposition 218 noticing mandates to increase water rates. This change, if approved, will allow the City to implement water rate increases in a more timely manner. Read the staff report
Approved new Airport Minimum Standards
in advance of the 2023 expiration of the current contract with the airport Fixed Based Operator. The City is obligated under its assurances with the Federal government to provide regulatory guidance to airport users that assures fair and equal treatment to all providers of aviation services. View the presentation
Adopted the 2020 Water System Master Plan
. The updated Master Plan evaluates system improvements needed to replace older water system assets that have reached the end of their service life, addresses capacity deficiencies in the existing distribution system, and accommodate new development and changes since the previous master plan update. View the presentation
Approved the 2022-24 Federal and State legislative platform
. The Legislative Platform is a tool for the City to promote and preserve the City’s interests at the local, state, and federal levels. The document outlines the City’s position on priority issues and other topics affecting the City’s short-, mid- and long-term objectives. Read the staff report
. The next regular City Council meeting is on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 6:30 PM, in person and via livestream at www.prcity.com/youtube. Public comment can be made during the meeting in person or by calling 805-865-PASO (7276) or provided prior to the meeting by emailing email@example.com
, after the agenda posts and prior to noon the day of the meeting.