Mayor, supervisor discuss goals for North County
Leaders discussed public safety, water management, homeless services, transportation, and housing
– Paso Robles Mayor Steven W. Martin welcomed First District Supervisor-Elect John Peschong to Paso Robles City Hall today to discuss goals of mutual interest and how best to pursue them cooperatively in 2017. Mayor Martin said he invited his former opponent for the supervisor’s seat to meet shortly after the general election in November.
Mayor Martin said critical items discussed included public safety, water management, homeless services, transportation and housing needs and city/county cooperation. Both leaders pledged to work with constituents and all elected officials to address those items.
“This is the first of what I hope will be many meetings with Mr. Peschong,” said Mayor Martin. “I want to support his work as supervisor to benefit the people of Paso Robles and the entire First Supervisorial District. It’s vitally important that we and all elected representatives work together in areas of common interest to get things done for our citizens.”
Supervisor-Elect John Peschong said he appreciated the opportunity to meet with Mayor Martin to discuss North County issues. “I am looking forward to working with Mayor Martin and the Paso Robles City Council to help our local working families and by making San Luis Obispo County stronger in the years to come.”
“These are matters of the highest importance,” said Mayor Martin, “and they call us all to our best efforts to resolve them. I am pleased that Mr. Peschong is as dedicated to addressing them as we are and we both look forward to many productive meetings in the future.”