Rancho Santa Fe News
REGION — On July 24, John Ottman will appear at Comic-Con’s 2nd Annual Musical Anatomy of a Superhero panel, in which prominent Hollywood composers will provide insight into bringing comic book characters and stories to life through music.
CARLSBAD — City Council voted to change the Village Master Plan to allow for urban wineries in the Barrio neighborhood. Council members were in favor 3-1 with Mayor Matt Hall sitting out because he is a property owner in the area.
RANCHO SANTA FE — The Valenti Equestrian Club has appointed Lena Nordlof-Davis as its new VEC dressage trainer. The VEC boarding-training facility is an equestrian facility in the covenant of Rancho Santa Fe.
Coached by Nate Hetherington, the Rancho Santa Fe Attack Boys U13 Premier team won the Anaheim Surf Invitational during the July 12 and July 13 competition. After winning their bracket, the team advanced to the championship game, defeating their opponent 5-0.
SAN MARCOS — Tuesday night’s San Marcos City Council discussion of its proposed cell tower ordinance was a virtual repeat of the debate its planning commission had three weeks ago — with similar results.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Charles C. Butler of the Rancho Santa Fe Motor Club & Storage announces a new, secure warehouse and clubhouse site for event-hosting purposes at a facility close to Palomar Airport in Carlsbad.
ANCHO SANTA FE — Concierge Auctions, a luxury real estate auction firm announced the auction sale of the El Milagro estate in Rancho Santa Fe. The auction will be conducted in cooperation with Laura Barry of Barry Estates. El Milagro was originally offered for $19.995 million and will sell to the highest bidder without reserve.
COAST CITIES — Junior Achievement (JA) of San Diego invites the community to participate in two signature events — San Diego Business Hall of Fame on Sept. 17, and the JA Golf Classic on Sept. 18 at The Grand Del Mar, 5300 Grand Del Mar Court, San Diego.
CARLSBAD — “Never throw away a book away,” guided Janice Roberts’ business philosophy when it came to running her community bookstore, The Paperback Book Exchange, in the heart of Carlsbad Village.
Boys will be boys, even big boys. But after some 300 men play softball each Sunday at Stagecoach Park, it’s difficult finding the evidence.