Tomorrow evening at six, the San Luis Obispo county supervisors will conduct a public hearing to consider the initial draft maps for the county’s 2021 redistricting of supervisorial districts, and to give staff formal direction for any modifications as necessary.
The new districts change boundary lines rather drastically. Part of Atascadero may move into the second district over on the coast.
Part of the fourth district in the south county may move up and capture part of the more rural north county.
We’ll put the proposed map on KPRL’s website later this morning.
Coming up on Sound Off this afternoon, we’ll talk with Richard Patton, who helped draw the new boundaries. Eric Gorham will also offer his observations on the proposal.
That’s at 12:30 this afternoon.
The public hearing on the new district boundaries is at six tomorrow evening at the supervisors chambers in San Luis Obispo county.