Rancho Santa Fe News

‘Thorny’ issue getting better along roads

‘Thorny’ issue getting better along roads

ENCINITAS — There was a time that bicyclers riding through Leucadia would avoid the east side of Coast Highway 101 and the west side of Vulcan Avenue between Encinitas and Leucadia boulevards at all cost.

One Paseo opponents submit petition for referendum

REGION — With the developer of a proposed Carmel Valley project and its opponents accusing each other of misrepresentation and deceptive tactics, a group trying to overturn a San Diego City Council decision approving the complex submitted a petition March 25 to the Registrar of Voters with what they believe are more than enough signatures […]

Del Mar wins award for transparency

DEL MAR — When Del Mar’s park ranger pulled over an off-duty reserve deputy for using a cell phone while driving, it resulted in the officer’s dismissal from the Sheriff’s Department and the city temporarily suspending its body-camera procedures to ensure they complied with all laws.

O’side asking for more information on interchange plans

OCEANSIDE — Community input is being gathered in spurts by Caltrans for the redesign of the Interstate 5/state Route 78 interchange. Initial public and work group meetings were held in January.

Barriers on San Elijo Avenue placed as a matter of public safety

Barriers on San Elijo Avenue placed as a matter of public safety

ENCINITAS — It didn’t take Michael Manhard long to express his feelings about the new “additions” to his neighborhood — more than a dozen temporary barriers at the edge of a bluff adjacent to the stretch of San Elijo Avenue where he lives.

CSUSM celebrates ceremonial groundbreaking of its sports complex

CSUSM celebrates ceremonial groundbreaking of its sports complex

SAN MARCOS — Cal State San Marcos celebrated the ceremonial groundbreaking of its 2,200-seat on-campus arena this week.

Council upset with Kaaboo planning process

DEL MAR— After receiving an update from the organizers of a three-day music event scheduled for September at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar City Council members are still concerned about noise and traffic impacts, and some remain upset at the way fairgrounds officials handled the planning process.

First Thursdays kick off spring in Encinitas

First Thursdays kick off spring in Encinitas

Encinitas 101 MainStreet follows its mission and mantra: “Downtown Encinitas — a place to Live, Work, and Play,” in presenting First Thursdays, a free monthly community evening of food, art and entertainment along Coast Highway 101.

South Oceanside Elementary hosts third annual car show fundraiser

South Oceanside Elementary hosts third annual car show fundraiser

OCEANSIDE — For the third year South Oceanside Elementary held its annual South O Car and Bike Show fundraiser March 21. More than 100 classic cars and souped-up motorcycles filled the school’s grass field.

Supporters walk the planks to save the boardwalk

Supporters walk the planks to save the boardwalk

DEL MAR — More than 150 people attended a March 21 rally in an effort to convince the California Coastal Commission to change a March 11 decision to move a boardwalk currently located on the perimeter of an ongoing wetlands restoration project along the San Dieguito River.

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