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On June 11, 2018, the Board of the Concerned Citizens for Avila approved a resolution on the conservation of PG&E lands when the plant is decommissioned. The resolution, also approved by AVAC, the Cayucos Advisory Council, and the Democrats of SLO Club, will be presented to the County Board of Supervisors and the PG&E Citizens Engagement Panel. It was brought to CC4A by Kara Woodruff (Friends of Wild Cherry Canyon), Cheryl Conway (Cayucos AC), and Dave Humphreys (CC4A Board Member).
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Thank you for taking a moment to learn about issues concerning Avila Beach, California. Impacts on safety, water, parking, and traffic from proposed developments are big concerns. A community action movement is building to help protect the natural environment of the Avila coastal region.
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