Author Archive for Wehtahnah Tucker
OLIVENHAIN — “Save Desert Rose,” a group of citizens that have long opposed a planned development are gearing up for another battle as the project developer is slated to go before the Planning Commission in late October.
ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to place a controversial initiative on the city’s 2014 general election ballot.
ENCINITAS — The City Council is moving forward to create a policy that addresses the flaws in the way permits are approved for banners to hang on the city’s light posts.
ENCINITAS — Jerome Stocks, the current Mayor hopes to occupy his seat on the dais for a fourth straight term on the City Council.
ENCINITAS — A familiar refrain was heard loud and clear at the City Council meeting on Aug. 15, as residents of a rural Cardiff-by-the-Sea neighborhood rallied to preserve the character of their community.
ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to send a formal response to a grand jury report on Aug. 22.
ENCINITAS — Adding to its list of accolades, Coast Law Group, a local law firm that’s less than two decades old, has been named to Outside Magazine’s fifth annual “Best Places to Work” list.
CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — Thousands of travelers soak in the captivating view of the ocean, lagoon and cliffs while traversing on the Pacific Coast Hwy. 101 from Solana Beach to Cardiff.
ENCINITAS — The community breathed a sigh of relief when the Encinitas Union School Board voted 4-1 on Feb. 15 to enter into negotiations with Art Pulse to sell the Pacific View Elementary site.
ENCINITAS — The City Council received a staff report on the progress of the general plan update but asked for significant changes to be made to updating the various elements of the city’s blueprint.