Rancho Santa Fe News
DEL MAR — Ten men are being charged with possession with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance following their arrest on Nov. 8 near 12th Street.
Encinitas artist/designer Jolee Pink thrives on creative challenges — the bigger the better. In her innovative new book Living Coastal: Inspirations for Entertaining, Decorating and Cooking California Style, she masterfully elevates the dining experience and shapes trendsetting tablescapes by merging art and cuisine.
ENCINITAS — The FBI and San Diego Sheriff’s Department are seeking the public’s assistance to identify the unknown male responsible for robbing the Citibank branch at 113 North El Camino Real on Dec. 3.
REGION — Army Sgt. Odin Ayala and Marine Cpl. Travis Greene are both military veterans and double amputees who have a long life ahead of them.
ESCONDIDO — Complying with a lawsuit settlement, City Council approved the proposed city boundaries for four voting districts used to elect councilmembers.
DEL MAR — After spending $25,000 to evaluate law enforcement needs and options, Del Mar officials agreed at the Nov. 18 meeting to try to improve the services it receives from the Sheriff’s Department rather than create its own police force.
SOLANA BEACH — Council members have questioned the results of a report they ordered in response to an initiative that could dictate the use of the Fletcher Cove Community Center.
REGION — Though working on diversifying its water supply sources, SDCWA (San Diego County Water Authority) will remain reliant on the supplier it is suing over water costs.
DEL MAR — There are plenty of parking spaces in Del Mar, just not enough where people want them the most.
I have long been in favor of the notion of city council districts in cities of a certain size —although skeptical of the methodology of determining their boundaries.