SLO City Council to discuss potential legal action being taken against City

Posted at 8:00 AM, Apr 24, 2018

The San Luis Obispo City Council will be meeting in closed session Tuesday to discuss how to handle potential legal action being taken against two new projects.

Save Open Space wildlife association is threatening legal action against the City for opening up Cerro San Luis Natural Reserve after hours.

Earlier this year, the City Council voted to extend time the area is open by one hour before and after the sun is up.

Another group, The new Heritage Family Limited Partnership," is threatening legal action in regards to the Twin Creeks Development.

Tuesday night, City Council members will discuss the "significant exposure to litigation" and how to respond.