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CARLSBAD — New Village Arts sent out a call to artists for mural designs that would represent Carlsbad Village. The result is four “impactful” murals that are currently being created.
OCEANSIDE — The Oceanside Police Department was awarded $272,000 in Citizens’ Option for Public Safety, or COPS, grant funds that City Council approved receiving April 17.
OCEANSIDE — Former high school teacher James Hayes saw a need for juniors and seniors to get on-the-job experience before they graduated from high school and went on to work or college.
OCEANSIDE — The Neighborhood Services Department, police department and Oceanside Unified School District shared their current efforts to protect kids and prevent gangs at a workshop April 24.
OCEANSIDE — The Solutions for Seniors on the Go program will continue for another three years thanks to matching funds and in-kind volunteer services awarded by City Council to the Caltrans New Freedom Grant on April 17.
OCEANSIDE — North County Lifeline got the OK from City Council on April 17 to expand its youth and family support services to a second city building in the Crown Heights neighborhood.
OCEANSIDE — Two-and-a-half-year-old Caleb Peltier of Vista has already made a big impact on the world around him.
OCEANSIDE — The San Diego Human Society, with locations in Oceanside and San Diego, responded to 1,800 animal abuse reports last year. Most of the calls required pet owner education, but 20 calls brought criminal charges.
OCEANSIDE — City Council voted in closed session April 3 not to oppose the Quarry Creek development that will bring 656 houses to Carlsbad and additional traffic to Oceanside.
OCEANSIDE — City Council voted down outsourcing harbor operations in a 3-2 vote April 3, but stated it may reconsider outsourcing in January.Councilmen Jerry Kern and Gary Felien cast the two no votes due to one bid that came in lower than present city services.The bid by California Yacht Marinas proposed a savings of $186,000 [...]