Posted: Feb 10, 2010 8:57 PM by Aly Kline
Updated: Feb 10, 2010 8:57 PM
The Arroyo Grande City Council reached no decision last night on the proposal to obtain a conditional-use permit to build a new 14,468 square-foot police station in Arroyo Grande. The item will come before the Council at a future meeting.
However, the Council reached an agreement on the Arroyo Grande Police Station Bond Measure that was continued from the Jan. 26 meeting.
According to City Clerk Kelly Wetmore, the new Arroyo Grande Police Station Bond Measure was adopted by the City Council and will come up for "special election in June."
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