RANCHO SANTA FE — During the course of the Rancho Santa Fe Association’s annual meeting, President Ann Boon introduced two new candidates for board of director on May 14. Outgoing directors are Rochelle Putnam and Craig McAllister. New candidates wishing to fill those seats are Fred Wasserman and Mike Licosati.
DEL MAR — In response to comments made in a citizen satisfaction survey and the results of a pavement assessment, council members are poised to launch a roadway improvement plan in which the city will likely spend money now to save it later.
CARLSBAD — It’s been a year since the Poinsettia fires raged through Carlsbad and the official cause has still not been determined.
ENCINITAS — An enthusiastic Encinitas City Council unanimously voted to begin negotiations with a local theater company that wants to build a performing arts center on a city-owned piece of land in the Encinitas Ranch Town Center long targeted for a performing arts venue.
RANCHO SANTA FE — In an effort to raise awareness to the Rancho Santa Fe Association and its fellow members, Neighbors for San Dieguito River Valley Preservation, a group of residents opposed to a potential high-density housing development, offered a presentation at the May 7 Association board meeting.
RANCHO SANTA FE — A recent Santa Fe Irrigation District board workshop attracted high attendance numbers. While staff made recommendations to the board, a May 21 vote will be the determining factor on any future water cutbacks.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Following an April Town Hall Meeting at the Garden Club, the RSF Association board of directors voted to install traffic signals rather than roundabouts on May 7.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Rancho Santa Fe covenant residents packed the Garden Club for a Town Hall Meeting to listen to the pros and cons of roundabouts from its members. Rancho Santa Fe Association manager, Bill Overton, navigated the meeting as members took turns at the podium.
DEL MAR — Will it make traffic worse? Could it actually decrease pedestrian safety? What’s the rush?