Encinitas City Council
ENCINITAS — Last month, City Council voted to support sending out informational mailers on Proposition A, also known as the right-to-vote initiative.
ENCINITAS — At Wednesday night’s meeting, council voted unanimously to update its legislative priorities for the next year. Those changes include supporting a statewide plastic bag ban.
ENCINITAS — The General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) recommended places where housing could be built within the city at Wednesday night’s City Council meeting.
ENCINITAS — The Planning Commission, one of the groups reviewing the General Plan Update, presented its recommendations at Wednesday night’s Council meeting.
ENCINITAS — With a 3-1 vote, Council gave the “10/20 run” the green light at Wednesday’s meeting.
ENCINITAS — The Council unanimously agreed to award a $4 million bid to replace a 50-year-old sewer line Wednesday night, and Council penciled in a handful of appointments on various regional boards, but made no official vote on it.
ENCINITAS — A large crowd turned out to watch the city swear in newly elected councilmembers Lisa Shaffer, Tony Kranz and Mark Muir during a special meeting Tuesday night. The ceremony swearing in the councilmembers was a given — who would be elected mayor was anything but.
ENCINITAS — Four reports will be given to City Council during the next few months by various groups that are reviewing the General Plan Update, a blueprint that will guide development and land use over the next several decades.
ENCINITAS — With a light agenda on hand, outgoing Mayor Jerome Stocks and retiring Councilman James Bond said their goodbyes at the Council meeting Wednesday night.
ENCINITAS — Residents expressed concern before the Council’s 4-1 vote to amend a contract and approve an additional cell transmitter, adding to a network of 21 already in place on city-owned streetlights.