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Public forums in Paso Robles to address water, traffic, other concerns

Posted at 4:46 PM, Aug 30, 2018

The City of Paso Robles is launching a series of community forums in September titled "Paso Talks."

The forums will address issues including growth and traffic, water, public safety and disaster preparedness, tourism, the future of the library and parks, and the city’s finances.

Each of the forums will include a presentation led by city staff and experts. After each presentation, the public will have a chance to ask questions and provide comments.

"The goal of Paso Talks is to inform our residents about these key issues, clarify any possible misperceptions, and to hear what they think," City Manager Tom Frutchey said in a press release issued Thursday.

All of the forums will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Paso Talks schedule:

  • Wednesday, Sept. 5
    • Topic: Growth and traffic
    • Location: City Council Chambers
  • Thursday, Sept. 13
    • Topic: Public safety and disaster preparedness
    • Location: Public Safety Center – EOC Main, 900 Park St.
  • Monday, Sept. 17
    • Topic: Water
    • Location: City Council Chambers
  • Wednesday, Sept. 19
    • Topic: Tourism
    • Location: La Bellasera Hotel & Suites, 206 Alexa Ct.
  • Wednesday, Sept. 26
    • Topic: City finances and financial future
    • Location: City Council Chambers
  • Thursday, Sept. 27
    • Topic: Vision for library, recreation and parks
    • Location: Public Safety Center – EOC Main, 900 Park St.