Spanish Springs in Pismo Beach moves forward but is delayed …

SpanishSpringsPismoBeachWe arrived at the Pismo Beach Vet’s Hall to attend the Pismo Beach City Council meeting to witness the vote on Spanish Springs development and were greeted by hundreds of concerned citizens here to listen and make public comment on the project.

We had to leave at 9:30pm, but as we arrived home we immediately turned to our public access television channel to watch the remainder of the meeting. As public comment continued well into the late night and early morning hours it became clear that the room was well divided on the topic.

The Pismo Beach City Council did approve the environmental impact report and the general plan amendments for Price Canyon area.

But, they sent the rest of the documents back to staff with additional questions wanting to see a larger conversation on overall development in Price Canyon, directed two developers there to work together.

Thanks to Cynthia Lambert, who was able to stay and witness the events as they happen and who updated us all on her @SouthCountyBeat Twitter stream.

“Council passed the Spanish Springs environmental impact report on 4-1 vote. Other approvals needed to move the project forward.”

“Council unanimously passed general plan amendments for Price Canyon area. Is sending the rest of the documents back to staff with questions.”

“Council wants to see a larger conversation on overall development in Price Canyon, directed two developers there to work together.”

“This could delay council’s consideration of any development in the canyon for months.”

Michael Boyer

Michael Boyeris in a expert in online marketing including social media, email and conversion management. He leads a team of highly creative and professional individuals creating successful online marketing campaigns and strategies. Most recently Michael was the CEO and Senior Consultant of the Pismo Group, Inc. where he drove customer relationships with The Franchise Company, Growers and Nomads, Paul Davis Restoration, Homes Magazine and many others. Previously, Michael held the position of Vice President of Operations at Web Associates, where he led the company on a comprehensive turn-around that resulted in three consecutive years of increased profit while retaining 99 percent of the client base, which included; Quiksilver, Apple, HP, AMD, Blackberry (RIM), California Closets, The Tennis Channel, Marvell Semiconductor, Linear Technologies and Yahoo. Michael has also driven marketing strategy, channel development and lead generation as Vice President of Marketing at Platinum Services. He began his corporate operational experience at Global Software Solutions as Vice President of Operations where he led the day-to-day business of the consultancy. Michael studied business and communications at the University of Oregon. Michael is active in many industry, community service and non-profit organizations. He serves on the board of the Rotary Club of Pismo Beach, the Grover Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Endowment Committee with the Clark Center Foundation. He is also a member of the San Luis Obispo Chamber, PMI, the Web Analytics Association, the Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce and Softec. In 2007, the Economic Vitality Corporation of San Luis Obispo County presented Michael with their "Top 20 Under 40" award for his professional excellence and profound commitment to the community. The Pacific Coast Business Times recognized Michael with the "Top 40 Under 40" award for his professional excellence and profound commitment to the community in 2006. 

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