Adam Hill San Luis Obispo, County Supervisor 2016 election event

Re-Elect Supervisor Adam Hill: 2016 SLO Election Kickoff At IBEW

A big thank you to everyone for coming out to IBEW Local 639 on Oct. 24th! The food was great, the sun was hot, and it was a even a bit inspiring to see groups of people discussing issues, organizing and getting ready to be active in the local 2016 elections. As Adam said, this is important election season and ...
Adam Hill San Luis Obispo, Speaking, Veterans Journey To Recovery

Adam Hill Honored to Join Veterans on Journey to Recovery

On October 22nd, Third District Supervisor Adam Hill joined over two hundred veterans in Shell Beach as they began another leg of their therapeutic 546 mile cycling journey down Pacific Coast Highway, an event put on by Ride 2 Recovery. “What an inspiring way to start the day, with brave veterans on a journey of recovery,” said Hill. Ride 2 Recovery …

CCA Energy Diagram

Adam Hill Is Deciding Vote To Explore Green Energy in SLO County

There is a little know policy that has existed in California since 2002 called Community Choice Aggregation (aka CCA). From the Green Power Network: “Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a state policy that enables local governments to aggregate electricity demand within their jurisdictions in order to procure alternative energy supplies while maintaining the existing electricity provider for transmission and distribution …

SLO County Water: More Than Just Finding New Sources

Supervisor Adam Hill has been the voice on the SLO Board of Supervisors for a collection of SLO County residents living in and around Price Canyon. There is significant concern about Freeport-McMoRan Oil & Gas wanting to triple the area that it is currently allowed to inject water into the groundwater basin (some of which has “mistakenly” already been allowed …

Diablo Canyon, PGE desalination plan

Desal Water from Diablo Power Plant, Adam Hill Leads the Way

As The Tribune reports, the plan to pipe water from the Diablo Canyon is moving forward: Water from Diablo Canyon Desal Plant. The SLO County Board of Supervisors voted to have Public Works begin planning a water pipeline that would bring as much as 1000 acre-feat per year of desalinated water to SLO County (that's 325,851,432 gallons of new, drinkable ...
Paso Robles Drought

Adam Hill Continues to be Key Vote on Water

Those of use who have been lucky enough to call the Central Coast our home for a decade or two know that droughts are a recurring issue for California. Wise management is required both in dry times as well as when rain is plentiful, reservoirs and waters basis are full. Currently, we find ourselves in a severe drought, which forces …

Grover Beach dogs, Adam Hill campaign, San Luis Obispo County

Team Adam Hill, Grover Beach Concerts, Farmers Market

Supervisor Adam Hill and a few members of Team Adam Hill spent some time in Grover Beach yesterday. There was lots of neon green, Grover dogs, and dancing toddlers at the weekly Sizzlin’ Concert Series and Farmers Market in Grover Beach (every Sunday through September 27th). It’s always great to see so many people coming out to enjoy a sunny day …

Fighting for Fair Housing, Federal Housing Vouchers for SLO County

With an estimated annual household income of over $52,000 in order to afford renting a 2-bedroom apartment in SLO County, affordable housing is an important issue facing our county. Unfortunately, affordable housing – and the hard-working families who need it – continues to get pushed aside or ignored. Thankfully, Supervisor Hill is fighting to keep fair housing front and center. …

Children's Farmers Market

Food Bank Coalition Children’s Farmers Market

This week Supervisor Adam Hill and legislative assistant Hannah Miller “worked” a great event set up by the Food Bank Coalition of SLO County. The Children’s Farmers Market is a combination healthy food and practical math education event. As you can see in some of the photos, children are given pretend money that they use to budget and “buy” fruits and vegetables. Hannah …

Adam Hill, Steve Westly, Tod Nelson,

Supervisor Hill Tours SLO HotHouse with Steve Westly, Todd Nelson

After working to secure $200,000 in funding for this unique (and successful) incubator program in San Luis Obispo this June, Supervisor Adam Hill visits the SLO Hothouse with former California Controller Steve Westly, and Tod Nelson, Executive Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

5 Cities Fire Authority 5th Anniversary

5th Anniversary of 5 Cities Fire Authority

Along with firefighters & their families, Supervisor Hill celebrates the fifth anniversary of the 5 Cities Fire Authority. As you can see, quite a few officials also arrived to mark the occasion.

Supervisor Adam Hill, San Luis Obispo County

Adam Hill on California Edition, Discusses Water Solutions, Desalination

SLO Supervisor Adam Hill on Charter's Local Edition with Brad Pomerance. Hill discusses the water issues facing San Luis Obispo County, and how he is leading the way to find solutions that will ensure residents and firefighters have water when they need it most. In this interview, learn more about the plans to work with PG&E to use much of their unused ...

New Water Source for SLO County

Water must be available when it’s needed most. It’s vital that SLO County takes action to ensure firefighters have the water they need for times of emergency, as well as find creative ways to use the water surplus that’s sitting in our own backyard to help refill the municipal systems. Supervisor Adam Hill was recently interviewed by KSBY for its coverage …

Supervisor Hill Gets $200,000 for Cal Poly’s HotHouse

At the first day of County budget hearings, Supervisor Adam Hill successfully pushed for an annual $200,000 to the HotHouse, a small business incubator founded by Cal Poly to support students and community members alike as they create new innovations and start new business ventures. “This is a critical engine of economic prosperity,” Hill said. “To keep our community prosperous …

SLO Supervisor Hill Pushes For Greater Transparency

Concerned about special interest groups increasing influence on local governing bodies, Supervisor Adam Hill pushed for and convinced the other four members of the SLO Board of Supervisors to agree to revise their rules of procedure on public disclosure practices. Supervisor Hill said, “I think we owe it to the public to be transparent and open about who we meet with, how often, and on …