The seemingly long-forgotten San Luis Obispo County display hanging at the State Capitol in Sacramento has received quite a bit of publicity as of late. Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian chimed in with a letter to the editor in Tuesday’s Tribune in response to Joe Tarica’s “critical” column in Sunday’s paper calling for an update. Work on this project has actually been underway since October 2012 when Leadership SLO Class XXI began working towards a complete redesign. Class XXI has kept the County informed of the project as officials will have to take formal action to approve. The design is planned to be brought forward for action later this summer. A request for proposals is scheduled to be sent out to artists throughout the county in the next month. Each Leadership class is responsible for identifying a Legacy Project – past projects have included working on the Johnson Ranch loop trail (Class XVII), creating an outdoor classroom environment for toddlers at the Child Development Resource Center (Class XIX) and building the new Santa’s house in Mission Plaza (Class XIV) – and Class XXI selected updating SLO County’s display in the Hall of Counties as their lasting contribution to the County. Leadership SLO is an independent program of the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce.