HUASNA RANCH WATCH DIRECTORY
IS BEING UPDATED
The form has been emailed to those on the HVA email list and will be placed in every mailbox. Complete the information by June 1st to be included in the directory and place your form in the new black mailbox on the HVA sign located at Huasna Rd. and Townsite, or mail your form to HVA - PO Box 1164, Arroyo Grande, CA 93421, or email the required information to email@example.com
SELL YOUR STUFF ON MAY 30TH - WE'LL HELP BRING OUT THE BUYERS...
GIANT HUASNA COMMUNITY YARD SALE
On May 30th (Saturday 8am to 5pm, or end your sale earlier if you choose) we are encouraging families along Huasna Road and Huasna Townsite to participate in a regional community yard sale. We’re calling it the “Giant Huasna Community Yard Sale”.
We are encouraging everyone interested in holding a yard sale on May 30th to place a sign in front of their location – the HVA volunteers will be posting signs starting in Arroyo Grande to encourage drivers to find our Giant Yard Sale. There will also be a couple of multi-family locations in case you’d prefer to sell your stuff at another’s home.
We will also be placing ads in Craigslist and promoting this community sale in other ways. To have your address listed in the ads, please email Lyn Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her your address.
If you have questions or suggestions please contact Lyn Taylor at email@example.com.
SECOND FRIDAY POTLUCKS START AGAIN IN APRIL
Every second Friday of the month beginning at 6:30 at the corner of Townsite and Bobcat - bring a dish to share, your own plate, forks, beverage, and chair (small tables are helpful too).
We'll see you in Huasna!
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Pristine beaches, stunning coastal valleys, clean air, low crime, a top-notch university—a great place to live, work, learn, retire and visit! What business are we in in San Luis Obispo County?
What’s at stake? The reputation that SLO County has become pro-oil development!
What will that mean to residents? A huge cost to the county in reduced property values and property taxes and specifically, if you live within a neighborhood where oil may be explored (that impact potentially covers dozens of square miles), you may not be able to sell your home! That’s right: would you buy a home in an oil field?
What is the bigger picture if the county becomes pro-oil development? Retiring couples and second-home purchasers attracted to our area will avoid rural areas in SLO County and may consider other coastal counties like Santa Barbara or Monterey County; small business owners looking to invest and relocate to SLO for an improved lifestyle may be put off by a pro-oil development energy plan; disgruntled residents impacted by pro-oil may choose to relocate.
If you are concerned or have questions regarding the Porter Ranch project and want to write to voice your opinion or ask further questions of the county, here is the correct contact information:
Learn more about the project on the county website:
The Court of Appeal of the State of California
Excelaron vs. the County of San Luis Obispo
Today the court has judged in favor of the county:
"The judgment is affirmed. The County shall recover its costs on appeal"
Oil Strategy First, Projects Second - click here
co-written by Tracy Del Rio, President, Huasna Foundation &
Linda Reynolds, Chair, Mesa Refinery Watch Steering Group
Concerned residents of the Huasna Valley and surrounding areas packed the South County Advisory Council meeting (3/24/14) to hear a presentation on the Porter Ranch Oil Project.
This project is a partnership of oil rights owned by subsidiaries, including Alamo Creek Oil Co, of Australian Oil Company, the founders of Excelaron and who are currently suing San Luis Obispo county.
P.O. Box 1164
Arroyo Grande, CA 93421
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