Bill

Bill Almas

Bill Almas and his wife Karen have lived in San Luis Obispo for 21 years. He retired from Chevron as a Senior Real Estate Manager in 2015. He held various positions with Chevron and Unocal, including Environmental and Regulatory Manager, Manager of Government Affairs, Area Manager and Environmental and Regulatory Manager for Molycorp, a subsidiary of Unocal. He was the lead for Unocal property purchase and settlements associated with the Avila Beach remediation and managed the preparation of the San Luis Obispo Chevron Tank Farm Environmental Impact Report and various property sales. Prior to working for Chevron, Bill worked for several uranium mining and processing companies as an Environmental Manager and scientist. As such, he was responsible for permitting and compliance for operating facilities and was part of the team responsible for the decommissioning and reclamation of several uranium mining and processing facilities regulated by State and Federal authority.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado State University College of Natural Resources and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado. Bill He has held board positions in the Rotary Club of SLO Daybreak, San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Carmel Lutheran Church and the Literacy Council.

Current term concludes May, 2024

Scott

Scott Lathrop

As a 63-year native resident of San Luis Obispo, Scott comes to the Panel with ancestry roots in and around Diablo Canyon.  As a Chumash Native American, Scott’s interest in the decommissioning project is twofold: to communicate the value of protecting cultural resources that are important to indigenous people from the region and to represent ratepayer and taxpayer interests regarding financial impacts.  Scott has worked in county government, the private sector, and public schools, and he currently serves as Assistant Superintendent, Business Services for a public school district. He is a graduate of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and holds BA degrees in Industrial Technology and Education. He is California public schools certified Chief Business Officer and a licensed California class B general contractor.

Ex Officio member representing yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini, Northern Chumash Tribe

Char

Charlene Rosales

Charlene is a 35-year resident of San Luis Obispo and is currently the Deputy Director/COVID Manager for Mission Community Services Corporation (MCSC) Women’s Business Centers in July 2020. The service territory covers San Luis Obispo, Kern, and Monterey counties, and she is responsible for all three Centers.

Charlene attended Cal Poly State University and has held positions as Chief Operating Officer for United Way of SLO County, Director of Governmental Affairs for the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Manager for the City of San Luis Obispo, Program Coordinator at Cal Poly in the Student Life & Leadership Department for the AmeriCorps and Student Community Services programs.

She is currently a member of the Central Coast Coalition of Chambers, Downtown SLO, Economic Vitality Corporation of SLO County, Home Builders Association of the Central Coast, REACH and the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, and serves as a board member with Rotary Club of San Luis Obispo Daybreak, SESLOC Federal Credit Union, Woods Humane Society. A member of the Community Benefits Committee for Dignity Health.

Charlene plans to contribute her experience and ideas in a collaborative setting so that the existing assets and potential uses of the Plant and surrounding lands enhance our region’s economic and environmental future for generations to come.

Current term concludes May, 2023

Robert

Robert Pavlik

Bob Pavlik is currently a part-time historian with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Off- Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division. In 2015, he retired from the Department of Transportation as a Supervising Environmental Planner. Bob has also worked for Yosemite National Park Service and formerly served as a member of the City of San Luis Obispo Cultural Heritage Committee; the Bureau of Land Management’s Carrizo Plain National Monument Advisory Committee; and Heritage Shared. He lives in San Luis Obispo with his wife, Rayena.

Current term concludes May, 2023

Kara

Kara Woodruff

Kara is a 26-year resident of San Luis Obispo and VP/Chief Compliance Officer of Blakeslee & Blakeslee. As former project director for The Nature Conservancy and Board President of American Land Conservancy, Kara has been directly involved in the conservation of over 100,000 acres and brings to the panel an impassioned interest in the conservation of the Diablo Canyon Lands, including Wild Cherry Canyon. Kara earned a BA in Business from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and MA and JD degrees from Duke University. She is a licensed financial principal, active member of the State Bar, and proud mother of two daughters.

Current term concludes May, 2023

David

David Baldwin

David is a lifelong resident of San Luis Obispo County. Joining the Plasterers and Cement Masons Union Local # 775 in 1983, he was a Cement Mason until 1995 when he became a Cement Masons Local 600 representative, a position he held for 20 years. As a labor leader, he served in various roles, including Pension Trustee and Chairman of the Board for Taft Hartley Trust Funds and President of the Southern California District Council of Plasterers, Cement Masons & Shophands. David was an elected delegate and labor representative at the San Luis Obispo County Democratic Party where he was recognized as Labor Leader of the Year in 2013. In 2014, David was appointed by the governor to the 16th District Agricultural Association California Mid-State Fair Board of Directors, where he currently serves as Chairman of the Finance and Operations Committees. David now works in Public Works Labor Compliance for the Labor Management Compliance Council and is a member of Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 403.

Current term concludes May, 2024

Michael

Michael Lucus

Michael is Professor Emeritus in Architecture at Cal Poly where he has taught design since 1997 and developed general education electives in design and the built environment for all majors. His research has focused on the way cultures conceptualize the environment. He also served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at Cal Poly and recently completed a Fulbright Award at the University of Prešov in the Slovak Republic. He previously served as Planning Commissioner for the City of Morro Bay for over 15 years. Michael and his family are 20-year residents of Morro Bay.

Current term concludes May, 2025

Linda

Linda Seeley

Linda is a nurse-midwife and OB/GYN nurse practitioner, having worked and lived in SLO County for the past 35 years. She is an advanced facilitator of the Work that Reconnects as developed by Joanna Macy, Ph.D. Linda serves as vice-president and spokesperson for San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace, is a member of the Sierra Club Nuclear-Free Core Team and is a founding member and officer of the local nonprofit Biodiversity First! She is particularly concerned about safer storage of the highly irradiated nuclear waste at Diablo Canyon. Linda strives to give voice to the community on issues of transparency and safe, timely decommissioning.

Current term concludes May, 2023

Trevor

Trevor Keith

Trevor is a 21-year resident of the Central Coast and brings to the panel interests in public health and safety, the local effects of large land use changes, and economic impacts of the project.  Currently, Trevor is the Director of San Luis Obispo County Planning and Building Department. Previous roles at County have included Division Manager and environmental consultant. Trevor’s project experience has included large residential and commercial development, renewable energy generation, and Habitat Conservation Plans. He has coordinated all levels of California Environmental Quality Act and National Environmental Policy Act reviews and long-range planning efforts.  He teaches at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and holds a BS in Ecology and Systematic Biology and a MA in City and Regional Planning.

Ex Officio member representing San Luis Obispo County

Bruce

Bruce Severance

Bruce is an electric vehicle and green product designer, licensed green builder, home designer and energy analyst. He is also a climate policy advocate, most recently serving as a regulatory compliance engineer for Mitsubishi Electric, a government relations role in both California and Mexico. In recent years, Bruce contributed to the establishment of Cal Poly’s Institute for Climate Leadership and Resilience. Initial projects have focused on repurposing of stranded assets such as the Phillips 66 plant in Nipomo. Bruce is a resident of Grover Beach and has lived in the South County area for over 25 years.

Current term concludes May, 2025

Timothy

Timothy Auran

Dr. Timothy Auran is an interventional radiologist at Radiology Associates in San Luis Obispo, with an interest in radiation therapy and the nuclear industry. He grew up outside of Cleveland, Ohio, received a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and interned at Westinghouse Electric working on the design of naval nuclear reactors. Dr. Auran attended medical school at Case Western Reserve University and completed his training in Radiology at Harbor-UCLA and UC San Diego.

Dr. Auran has lived on the Central Coast for 11 years and currently lives in the Squire Canyon area of Avila Beach. He has served in several medical staff positions at local hospitals, including Chief of Staff at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center, and is currently CEO of Radiology Associates. Given his proximity to Diablo Canyon Power Plant and love of local hiking, he hopes to preserve the natural beauty of the area during and after the decommissioning process.

Current term concludes May, 2023

Dena

Dena Bellman

Dena comes to the decommissioning panel with extensive planning and civic involvement experience. She has lived in San Luis Obispo County most of her life and works as the District Planning Chief with the Channel Coast District of California State Parks. Dena brings a strong knowledge of government and community to this decommissioning effort. She is active in many community-building efforts, having most recently served as Vice Chair of United Way of SLO County Board of Directors, Treasurer of the Board for 5Cities Homeless Coalition and Director for South County Chambers of Commerce Board. She has also engaged in economic development and tourism efforts, serving on the economic development committee for the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, film commission and tourism committees with SLOCAL and as an Advisory Board member for the SLO County Business Improvement District. Dena has a passion for travel and has immersed philanthropy in travel by volunteering with ICARE International, having completed several humanitarian missions to Central and South America.

Current term concludes May, 2024

Mariam

Mariam Shah

Mariam Shah was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She attended the University of Michigan, double majoring in Spanish and American Culture. She has a law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and spent seven years as a corporate litigator in New York City, Cleveland, Ohio and Akron, Ohio, representing businesses of all sizes.

In 2008, she and her husband drove up HWY 1 and immediately decided the Central Coast was a great place to escape midwestern winters and to raise a family. After staying at home with her children for a few years, she ran for Grover Beach City Council in 2014. She ran for re-election in 2018 and won a seat on the council for her second term. During her time on the council Mariam served on the executive committees of the Homeless Services Oversight Committee, the Air Pollution Control District and the CA League of Cities. She also sits on the board of the Grover Beach Library and has been active with the Grover Heights PTA for several years, serving 3 years as president. After leaving political office to move to Arroyo Grande, she joined the board of the Five Cities Homeless Coalition. She is passionate about keeping the Central Coast accessible for families and people of all income levels.

Current term concludes May, 2022

Maureen

Maureen Zawalick

Maureen and her family live in San Luis Obispo. Maureen has over 30 years’ experience in the utility and nuclear energy industry and is the Vice President of Decommissioning and Technical Services at Pacific Gas and Electric Company.  She is responsible for regulatory strategies and compliance programs, enterprise and operational risk management, decommissioning, procurement and nuclear fuel management, cyber security, land and environmental stewardship, business planning, and academic partnerships.

Maureen has a degree in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Wisconsin. She is the chair of the Nuclear Energy Institute's (NEI) Decommissioning Working Group and member of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Dean of Engineering Corporate Advisory Board and California Polytechnic State University President’s Council of Advisors.  Maureen is also a member of the Diablo Canyon Decommissioning Engagement Panel, NEI’s Risk-Informed Steering Committee, Regulatory Information Working Group, Women in Nuclear (WIN), and American Nuclear Society (ANS).

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Representative.

Panel Members

The Diablo Canyon Decommissioning Engagement Panel (DCDEP) is comprised of representatives from the local community.  Each member of the DCDEP serves a three-year term (following the initial staggering of terms). Membership will be renewed or vacancies refilled through approval by a majority of the community members of the DCDEP and PG&E consistent with the DCDEP Charter.

Bill Almas

Bill Almas and his wife Karen have lived in San Luis Obispo for 21 years. He retired from Chevron as a Senior Real Estate Manager in 2015. He held various positions with Chevron and Unocal, including Environmental and Regulatory Manager, Manager of Government Affairs, Area Manager and Environmental and Regulatory Manager for Molycorp, a subsidiary of Unocal. He was the lead for Unocal property purchase and settlements associated with the Avila Beach remediation and managed the preparation of the San Luis Obispo Chevron Tank Farm Environmental Impact Report and various property sales. Prior to working for Chevron, Bill worked for several uranium mining and processing companies as an Environmental Manager and scientist. As such, he was responsible for permitting and compliance for operating facilities and was part of the team responsible for the decommissioning and reclamation of several uranium mining and processing facilities regulated by State and Federal authority.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado State University College of Natural Resources and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado. Bill He has held board positions in the Rotary Club of SLO Daybreak, San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Carmel Lutheran Church and the Literacy Council.

Current term concludes May, 2024

Picture of Timothy Auran, Engagement Panel member.

Dr. Timothy Auran

Dr. Timothy Auran is an interventional radiologist at Radiology Associates in San Luis Obispo, with an interest in radiation therapy and the nuclear industry. He grew up outside of Cleveland, Ohio, received a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and interned at Westinghouse Electric working on the design of naval nuclear reactors. Dr. Auran attended medical school at Case Western Reserve University and completed his training in Radiology at Harbor-UCLA and UC San Diego.  

Dr. Auran has lived on the Central Coast for 11 years and currently lives in the Squire Canyon area of Avila Beach. He has served in several medical staff positions at local hospitals, including Chief of Staff at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center, and is currently CEO of Radiology Associates. Given his proximity to Diablo Canyon Power Plant and love of local hiking, he hopes to preserve the natural beauty of the area during and after the decommissioning process.

Current term concludes May, 2023

David Baldwin

David is a lifelong resident of San Luis Obispo County. Joining the Plasterers and Cement Masons Union Local # 775 in 1983, he was a Cement Mason until 1995 when he became a Cement Masons Local 600 representative, a position he held for 20 years. As a labor leader, he served in various roles, including Pension Trustee and Chairman of the Board for Taft Hartley Trust Funds and President of the Southern California District Council of Plasterers, Cement Masons & Shophands. David was an elected delegate and labor representative at the San Luis Obispo County Democratic Party where he was recognized as Labor Leader of the Year in 2013. In 2014, David was appointed by the governor to the 16th District Agricultural Association California Mid-State Fair Board of Directors, where he currently serves as Chairman of the Finance and Operations Committees. David now works in Public Works Labor Compliance for the Labor Management Compliance Council and is a member of Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 403.

Current term concludes May, 2024

Dena Bellman

Dena comes to the decommissioning panel with extensive planning and civic involvement experience. She has lived in San Luis Obispo County most of her life and works as the District Planning Chief with the Channel Coast District of California State Parks. Dena brings a strong knowledge of government and community to this decommissioning effort. She is active in many community-building efforts, having most recently served as Vice Chair of United Way of SLO County Board of Directors, Treasurer of the Board for 5Cities Homeless Coalition and Director for South County Chambers of Commerce Board. She has also engaged in economic development and tourism efforts, serving on the economic development committee for the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, film commission and tourism committees with SLOCAL and as an Advisory Board member for the SLO County Business Improvement District. Dena has a passion for travel and has immersed philanthropy in travel by volunteering with ICARE International, having completed several humanitarian missions to Central and South America.

Current term concludes May, 2024

Trevor Keith (Ex Officio)

Trevor is a 21-year resident of the Central Coast and brings to the panel interests in public health and safety, the local effects of large land use changes, and economic impacts of the project.  Currently, Trevor is the Director of San Luis Obispo County Planning and Building Department. Previous roles at County have included Division Manager and environmental consultant. Trevor’s project experience has included large residential and commercial development, renewable energy generation, and Habitat Conservation Plans. He has coordinated all levels of California Environmental Quality Act and National Environmental Policy Act reviews and long-range planning efforts.  He teaches at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and holds a BS in Ecology and Systematic Biology and a MA in City and Regional Planning.

Current term: Ex Officio member representing San Luis Obispo County

Scott Lathrop (Ex Officio)

As a 63-year native resident of San Luis Obispo, Scott comes to the Panel with ancestry roots in and around Diablo Canyon.  As a Chumash Native American, Scott’s interest in the decommissioning project is twofold: to communicate the value of protecting cultural resources that are important to indigenous people from the region and to represent ratepayer and taxpayer interests regarding financial impacts.  Scott has worked in county government, the private sector, and public schools, and he currently serves as Assistant Superintendent, Business Services for a public school district. He is a graduate of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and holds BA degrees in Industrial Technology and Education. He is California public schools certified Chief Business Officer and a licensed California class B general contractor.

Current term: Ex Officio member representing yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini, Northern Chumash Tribe

Michael Lucas

Michael is Professor Emeritus in Architecture at Cal Poly where he has taught design since 1997 and developed general education electives in design and the built environment for all majors. His research has focused on the way cultures conceptualize the environment and has taken him across Indigenous communities in the American Southwest and coast of British Columbia, and vernacular settings across Europe. In 2021 he completed a Fulbright Award at the University of Prešov in the Slovak Republic where he taught environmental aesthetics while researching 17th century wooden churches in the Carpathian Mountains. He also served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the College of Architecture and Environmental Design.
 
He was a practicing architect in the Chesapeake Bay area for almost twenty years. Work where he was designer intervened in primarily underserved communities, and included non-profit, educational and university clientele. Several projects earned awards from branches of the American Institute of Architects.
 
Michael and his family are twenty-year residents of Morro Bay. He previously served as Planning Commissioner for the city for over fifteen years, most recently during the review of the new General Plan.  Michael hopes to contribute his background in environmental review, land use, design, and ethics toward stewardship of the lands and an intergenerational compact on decommissioning and safe storage between current and future generations on the Central Coast.

Current term concludes May, 2025

Picture of Charlene Rosales, Engagement Panel member.

Charlene Rosales

Charlene is a 35-year resident of San Luis Obispo and is currently the Deputy Director/COVID Manager for Mission Community Services Corporation (MCSC) Women’s Business Centers in July 2020. The service territory covers San Luis Obispo, Kern, and Monterey counties, and she is responsible for all three Centers.

Charlene attended Cal Poly State University and has held positions as Chief Operating Officer for United Way of SLO County, Director of Governmental Affairs for the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Manager for the City of San Luis Obispo, Program Coordinator at Cal Poly in the Student Life & Leadership Department for the AmeriCorps and Student Community Services programs.

She is currently a member of the Central Coast Coalition of Chambers, Downtown SLO, Economic Vitality Corporation of SLO County, Home Builders Association of the Central Coast, REACH and the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce, and serves as a board member with Rotary Club of San Luis Obispo Daybreak, SESLOC Federal Credit Union, Woods Humane Society. A member of the Community Benefits Committee for Dignity Health.

Charlene plans to contribute her experience and ideas in a collaborative setting so that the existing assets and potential uses of the Plant and surrounding lands enhance our region’s economic and environmental future for generations to come.

Current term concludes May, 2023

Robert Pavlik

Robert “Bob” Pavlik is currently a part-time historian with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division. At the end of 2015 he retired from the California Department of Transportation as a Supervising Environmental Planner for the Central Region.
 
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Bob was raised in the San Fernando Valley but grew up in the mountains and along the coast of California, hiking, climbing, learning about and reveling in the great natural beauty and cultural history of the state.
 
Following his graduation from California State University, Northridge, he worked for State Parks (Santa Monica Mountains, San Mateo Coast, Big Sur, and San Simeon); Yosemite Institute (Yosemite NP);  and the National Park Service (Yosemite NP).  He earned his M.A. degree in History from the Public Historical Studies program, University of California, Santa Barbara, and has lived in San Luis Obispo County since 1986.
 
Bob lives in San Luis Obispo with his wife, Rayena. He formerly served as a member of the City of San Luis Obispo Cultural Heritage Committee; the Bureau of Land Management’s Carrizo Plain National Monument Advisory Committee; and Heritage Shared.

Current term concludes May, 2023

Linda Seeley

Linda is a nurse-midwife and OB/GYN nurse practitioner, having worked and lived in SLO County for the past 35 years. She is an advanced facilitator of the Work that Reconnects as developed by Joanna Macy, Ph.D. Linda serves as vice-president and spokesperson for San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace, is a member of the Sierra Club Nuclear-Free Core Team and is a founding member and officer of the local nonprofit Biodiversity First! She is particularly concerned about safer storage of the highly irradiated nuclear waste at Diablo Canyon. Linda strives to give voice to the community on issues of transparency and safe, timely decommissioning.

Current term concludes May, 2022

Mariam Shah

Mariam Shah was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She attended the University of Michigan, double majoring in Spanish and American Culture. She has a law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and spent seven years as a corporate litigator in New York City, Cleveland, Ohio and Akron, Ohio, representing businesses of all sizes.

In 2008, she and her husband drove up HWY 1 and immediately decided the Central Coast was a great place to escape midwestern winters and to raise a family. After staying at home with her children for a few years, she ran for Grover Beach City Council in 2014. She ran for re-election in 2018 and won a seat on the council for her second term. During her time on the council Mariam served on the executive committees of the Homeless Services Oversight Committee, the Air Pollution Control District and the CA League of Cities. She also sits on the board of the Grover Beach Library and has been active with the Grover Heights PTA for several years, serving 3 years as president. After leaving political office to move to Arroyo Grande, she joined the board of the Five Cities Homeless Coalition. She is passionate about keeping the Central Coast accessible for families and people of all income levels.

Current term concludes May, 2022

Bruce Severance

A graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Bruce has been an EV and green product designer since 1990 and a licensed green builder, home designer and energy analyst since 2011. He is a climate policy advocate, most recently serving as a regulatory compliance engineer for Mitsubishi Electric, a government relations role in both California and Mexico. His energy research has contributed to the development process for the California Energy Code (2022-2025) as well as the current statewide electrification incentive program design.

Bruce has close ties with the Latino community and advocates for policies that consider social justice and disadvantaged community concerns. He co-founded the Latino Business and Community Council (LBCC) and has served on boards of homelessness services organizations in the region. He is also a founding member of the San Luis Obispo Climate Coalition and the Economic Recovery Initiative and has served as a council member on the Central Coast Community Energy’s (CCCE) Advisory Council since 2020.  In recent years, Bruce contributed to the establishment of Cal Poly’s Institute for Climate Leadership and Resilience (ICLR) and spearheaded the development of ICLR’s “Research Collaborative” to focus student led class projects across multiple disciplines on green infrastructure feasibility studies.  

Bruce is a resident of Grover Beach and has lived in the South County area for over 25 years.

Current term concludes May, 2025

Kara Woodruff

Kara is a 26-year resident of San Luis Obispo and VP/Chief Compliance Officer of Blakeslee & Blakeslee. As former project director for The Nature Conservancy and Board President of American Land Conservancy, Kara has been directly involved in the conservation of over 100,000 acres and brings to the panel an impassioned interest in the conservation of the Diablo Canyon Lands, including Wild Cherry Canyon. Kara earned a BA in Business from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and MA and JD degrees from Duke University. She is a licensed financial principal, active member of the State Bar, and proud mother of two daughters.

Current term concludes May, 2023

Maureen Zawalick

Maureen and her family live in San Luis Obispo. Maureen has over 30 years’ experience in the utility and nuclear energy industry and is the Vice President of Decommissioning and Technical Services at Pacific Gas and Electric Company.  She is responsible for regulatory strategies and compliance programs, enterprise and operational risk management, decommissioning, procurement and nuclear fuel management, cyber security, land and environmental stewardship, business planning, and academic partnerships.

Maureen has a degree in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Wisconsin. She is the chair of the Nuclear Energy Institute’s (NEI) Decommissioning Working Group and member of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Dean of Engineering Corporate Advisory Board and California Polytechnic State University President’s Council of Advisors.  Maureen is also a member of the Diablo Canyon Decommissioning Engagement Panel, NEI’s Risk-Informed Steering Committee, Regulatory Information Working Group, Women in Nuclear (WIN), and American Nuclear Society (ANS).

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Representative.

Chuck Anders - Facilitator

Chuck has over thirty years of experience facilitating complex issues in public and private sectors and founded Strategic Initiatives in 1996 to assist organizations in achieving their goals. He has designed and facilitated the successful outcome of numerous high-profile public engagement processes throughout California and the Southwest, including remediation strategies that protect public health and ecological resources in San Luis Obispo. He is a 20-year resident of the Central Coast and lives in Arroyo Grande. Chuck is a professional engineer, and as an active member of the community, is a past president of the San Luis Obispo County YMCA Board of Directors.

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