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HOT TOPICS

Topic #1 -  Local Economic Action Plan (LEAP)
At its October 14, 2014, meeting, the City Council approved support for the development of a Local Economic Action Plan (LEAP) program which requires the voluntary leadership and participation from business and community members for its success.

Morre information on LEAP

Topic #2 - Main Street Parklet
A LEAP pilot program, the City is considering a pilot project to install a parklet at a location on Main Street.

Pilot Parklet Project Information

Topic #3 - Business License Audit Amnesty Program & Other Business License Information
The City Council has made changes to the Municipal Code relating to Business Licenses.

Business License Update







News Flash
Urgent - Business License Update, Amnesty from Penalties and Low Revenue Business Licenses
Two ordinance changes to the City's municipal code regarding business licenses came into effect December 13, 2014. One establishes an amnesty period from penalties and the other creates a low-cost business license for low-revenue businesses. Read on...
Morro Bay Tourism Bureau Event Grant Funding Available
The Morro Bay Tourism Bureau is accepting applications for event grant funding for 2015-16. Applications are available at Read on...
LEAP Forward in Morro Bay: Local Economic Action Plan
The City held its kickoff meeting on November 19, 2014 for the development of a Local Economic Action Plan (LEAP). Don Maruska facilitated the meeting with a discussion of hopes, issues, and draft initiatives for the LEAP Program. Read on...
ALERT - Mandatory Water Conservation Requirements
The City will be moving to Severely Restricted Water Supply Conditions as a result of the Governor's official declaration of a drought emergency, asking Californians to reduce their water usage by 20%. Read on...
Announcing Commission and Advisory Board Vacancies
The City is encouraging applications for vacancies on the following Commissions and Advisory Boards: Read on...
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