Supplemental Sales Tax Oversight Committee

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Fixing the Roads

Since 2012, the 1/2 cent sales tax measure has generated about $5 million dollars per year that the City expends towards road maintenance and repair. Detailed revenue and expenditure reports are issued quarterly. 

The October 2020 report is here: Supplemental Sales Tax Revenue Expenditure Report (PDF)

See more Road Repair Updates.

Regular Meetings

  • Council Chamber / Library Conference Room
    1000 Spring Street
    Paso Robles, CA 93446
  • Time is posted on the agenda (regular meetings begin at 6:30PM)

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings.

View Most Recent Agenda (PDF)

View previous meeting agendas.

Members

Appointments listed below. If you have questions, please Email the Committee.

  • Open position
    Term Expires: 2022
  • Nick Gilman
    Term Expires: 2022
  • Thomas Hardwick
    Term Expires: 2022
  • Michael Leahy
    Term Expires: 2021
  • Stephen King, Chair, Main Street Association
    Term Expires: 2022
  • Michael Talen, Chamber of Commerce
    Term Expires: 2021
  • Bill Pluma, Senior Advisory Committee
    Term Expires: 2022

Staff

  • Ditas Esperanza, Capital Projects Engineer
  • Christopher Alakel, Interim Public Works Director
  • Ryan Cornell, Interim Administrative Services Director


About

In 2012, Citizens authorized a 1/2 cent sales tax increase and requested it be used for road maintenance. To ensure public trust, the City Council created an Oversight Committee to verify funds were used as requested. The "Oversight" Committee was formed to aid, and by, the City Council. As such, it is a public body subject to California’s public meeting laws. That means all meetings of the Committee are public, complete with published agendas, staff reports, public participation, etc. 

Ongoing Projects

See Public Works Capital Projects.

Street Repairs Union at Montebello Collage