Paso Robles City Council is moving forward with plans for an emergency warming shelter.
On Tuesday, the city council is slated to award a contract for a metal building to serve as an emergency warming shelter. It'll cost more than $90,000 dollars.
Meantime, the council is also set to award a contract to replace the upper playground at Barney Schwartz Park. The city says it's one of the most heavily used playgrounds in the city. This has a price tag of around $218,000.
Another topic the council will discuss is making an update to an ordinance to allow for a limited number of tattoo parlors to operate within the city limits.
The city says no amendments to the ordinance have been made in the last 26 years.
Tuesday's meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the Library/Conference Center Council Chamber located at 1000 Spring Street.