Articles Tagged With ‘Morro Bay sewage treatment’




Morro Bay City Council fails again

OPINION by LINDA STEDJEE Morro Bay’s water reclamation facility (WRF) project costs are approaching $3 million, but there is little to show for all that money. The city hasn’t even bought land to put the plant on, the new design... (Continue reading)

Cayucos backs out of sewage plant deal with Morro Bay

Following a rift over plant ownership, the Cayucos Sanitary District has opted to scrap its plan to join the city of Morro Bay in building a new sewage treatment facility. [KSBY] For the past 62 years, Morro Bay and Cayucos... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay water rates to double and then some

Morro Bay water bills will more than double over the next five years, and they will be accompanied by a similar increase in sewer rates. [Tribune] Last week, the Morro Bay City Council unanimously approved a new rate structure that... (Continue reading)

Cayucos and Morro Bay agree to joint sewage treatment plant

The Cayucos Sanitary District Board voted Thursday to join Morro Bay in building a jointly operated sewage plant at a location near Highway 41. Under a joint powers agreement, the boards chose the 187-acre Rancho Colina property, situated in Morro... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay picks new site for sewage plant

The Morro Bay City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to attempt to move its sewage plant to a location near Highway 41 about a mile outside the city limit. [Tribune] Following the direction of a consultant, the council chose the 187-acre... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council picks preferred sewer location

The Morro Bay City Council has chosen a property in the Morro Valley near Highway 41 as its preferred location for a new sewage treatment plant. [Tribune] The plant is currently located near the beach at the end of Atascadero... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay sewage facility may move to site of power plant

The Morro Bay Public Works Department has issued a report recommending moving the city’s sewage treatment facility to the location of the closing Morro Bay Power Plant. The report examines seven possible locations for the new sewage plant ranging in... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay battling California Coastal Commission

While Morro Bay needs to upgrade its aging sewer plant, can it afford the extra $60 million in cost needed to comply with the California Coastal Commission’s recommendation that the plant be moved a mile from the coastline? California’s coastal... (Continue reading)