Articles Tagged With ‘Grover Beach City Council’




Grover Beach selects new city manager

The Grover Beach City Council has selected the assistant city manager of San Mateo to be its new top executive. Council members are expected to formally approve the hire on Monday. Matthew Bronson has served as San Mateo’s assistant city... (Continue reading)

Homeless to get the boot from Grover Beach camp

Grover Beach city officials plan to clear out a homeless camp next week and evict the individuals living there. A prominent member of the local homeless services industry says she is trying to find them housing. [Tribune] The camp is... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach plans ban on marijuana grows

The Grover Beach City Council is calling for a ban on growing medical marijuana, which like other cities, it is attempting to adopt before a state-imposed March 1 deadline. Grover Beach officials are also considering adopting new regulations on medical... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach commander to be next police chief

The Grover Beach City Council selected Police Commander John Peters as the city’s next chief. [KEYT] Peters is a 10-year veteran of the Grover Beach force. He will take over as chief on June 1 with a base salary of... (Continue reading)

New SLO County council members sworn in

Two newly elected mayors took their oaths of office in San Luis Obispo County Monday, as did a new San Luis Obispo councilman who holds the swing vote on a controversial development plan. Swearing in ceremonies for mayors and council... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach property owners may foot bill for road repair

The Grover Beach City Council will hold a special meeting Wednesday to discuss placing a bond measure on the November ballot to fund street repairs. City staff is recommending an initiative to issue a bond ranging from $27 million to... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach declares Stage 3 drought

The Grover Beach City Council declared a Stage 3 drought Monday evening. The drought declaration will impose numerous water restrictions on residents and businesses in the city. Residents may no longer wash cars, boats, sidewalks or driveways unless they use... (Continue reading)

New Year’s vacationers reroute travels to Grover Beach City Hall

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Residents from across California flocked to a Grover Beach City Council meeting Monday night in support of reseating Mayor Debbie Peterson on a regional air pollution control board — something the council, including Peterson, did not bring... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach air board rift spills over to conference center project

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Following the removal of Grover Beach Mayor Debbie Peterson from a regional air pollution board, an organization that supports off-road activity on the Oceano Dunes is planning to appeal the construction of an 11,000 square foot conference... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach again pursuing charter

The Grover Beach City Council may ask voters to reconsider adopting a charter. [Tribune] In 2012, a ballot measure that would have transformed Grover Beach into a charter city failed by a difference of four votes. But, on Monday, the... (Continue reading)