CARLSBAD — The environmentalist nonprofit group Preserve Calavera has sued the city of Carlsbad over its review and decision on the Quarry Creek housing development.
CARLSBAD — Due to federal funding cuts, Carlsbad is unable to support its full number of rental assistance units as hundreds of low-income individuals wait for years to receive assistance from the program, according to a city housing official.
CARLSBAD — With their concerns about traffic, emergency services and environmental impacts assuaged by staff testimonies, City Council voted to approve the Quarry Creek housing development at its full 656 proposed homes after years of review and a multitude of public comments.
ENCINITAS — Council ordered a special election for the “right-to-vote” initiative to take place June 18, instead of adopting it outright at Tuesday night’s meeting.
OCEANSIDE — Congress is slated to make its decision March 1, on whether or not to cut federal funds for domestic programs by 5.1 percent.This decision will significantly impact an estimated 1,600 households in Oceanside that currently receive monthly Section 8 Housing and Urban Development assistance to help pay rent.
SOLANA BEACH — With Mayor Mike Nichols absent, City Council members voted 4-0 at the Feb. 13 meeting to approve a five-year law enforcement contract, adopt a mandated housing plan and fill two vacancies on an advisory commission.
CARLSBAD — The proposed Quarry Creek residential project could help Carlsbad meet impending state housing requirements, according to city planners and the project’s developer.
OCEANSIDE — In its ongoing effort to provide sufficient affordable housing, City Council gave final approval to modifying inclusionary housing regulations and allowing low-income housing to exceed base density citywide Jan 30.
ENCINITAS — An initiative that requires a majority vote on increases in housing density or height accrued enough signatures to be placed on a ballot for a potential special election this summer.