The City of Grover Beach invites the community to attend a Public Information Meeting on November 8 to discuss the Central Coast Blue Recycled Water Project and City’s proposed water and wastewater rate structure.
Facilitated by City staff, the meeting’s purpose will be to provide facts and information about the Central Coast Blue project and the City’s proposed water and wastewater system rate structure. Project consultants and the Central Coast Blue General Manager will also attend to provide information. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about Central Coast Blue, the proposed utility rates and Proposition 218 noticing process.
The Public Information Meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 8, from 6 to 7 p.m., in the Grover Beach City Council Chambers (154 S. 8th Street). All members of the public are welcome. The meeting will be recorded and posted online for community members who are unable to attend in-person.
“The City’s goal in hosting this informational meeting is to share accurate and timely information with the community about our water and wastewater systems and the importance of Central Coast Blue to our water supply needs,” said Grover Beach City Manager Matthew Bronson. “The City welcomes all interested parties to attend the meeting to learn more.”
The City encourages residents to visit the City’s “New Water and Wastewater Rate Study 2023” dedicated webpage to view information on the proposed Water and Wastewater Rate Study, frequently asked questions about Central Coast Blue and more: https://groverbeach.org/604/New-Water-and-Wastewater-Rate-Study-2023.