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planning commission meeting today.
San Luis Ranch.   

this evening...   
the SLO planning commission is holding a study session for the approved San Luis Ranch project. No action will be taken tonight but the conversation will be just as important. feel free to sit in and listen or share your ideas on this project.

tonight's meeting is a review of the supplemental environmental impact report. the developer, Coastal Community Builders, is proposing a modified phasing plan in order to build a wider range of housing types in the near future instead of many years from now. this will help allow workforce and low-income residents to have access to more housing units.

this modification is also more in line with the number one SLO City Council major goal for 2017-2019 which is housing production.

the goal states: 
“facilitate increased production of all housing types designed to be accessible to the area work force and low and very low-income residents, through increased density and proximity to transportation corridors in alignment with the Climate Action Plan.”

if this is the kind of housing that gets you excited, please step up and engage in the process. tell a friend, write a letter, attend the meeting, or speak at the meeting.

playing an active role in forums like this is how our community is built.
join us, and let your voice be heard. it makes a big difference.

how to engage & advocate

  1. write a letter to planning commission before 3 pm today
  2. attend the planning commission meeting at 6 pm
  3. share this project with a friend
San Luis Ranch, a proposed farm-to-table community of 580 homes
San Luis Ranch in the media from this weekend's Tribune article.
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can't attend the meeting?

write a letter instead.
it only takes a few minutes, and makes a big impact!

here's how:

Lunch & Learn  

gathering with your colleagues and discussing housing over lunch is a powerful and fun way to make a difference. so far we have completed about half a dozen lunch and learns for various local employers.   
if you would like dwellforward to engage your company staff in the housing approval process, email us at
our mission
"We provide a voice to people by bringing them together and educating them about the housing approval process on the Central Coast"
opportunities to meet other individuals passionate about housing on the Central Coast. from informal coffee shop get-togethers to business networking events.
community learning opportunities about housing related topics presented by local experts.
helping you take action. updates on housing projects being proposed on the Central Coast with dates and times of meetings for you to attend and voice your opinion.
our team:

left to right: Ian Ferguson (co-chair), Enrique Ivers (superdweller), M. Farid Shahid (co-chair), Dove Daniel (co-chair), Jefferson Eckles (executive director, HBACC), William Vega (superdweller).

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