OCEANSIDE — The first session of the six-week Guiding Good Choices parenting program met at Libby Lake Community Center on June 11 and has already drawn a group of interested parents.
OCEANSIDE — NCTD presented plans to conduct a coastal corridor study to establish a continuous quiet zone along North County rail lines at the City Council meeting June 5 at the request of Councilman Gary Felien. NCTD invited Oceanside to buy into the study.
Some citizens talk too much at city council meetings. They somehow are authorities on everything.
OCEANSIDE — Decorative streetlights installed in the Rancho del Oro neighborhood in the 1980s need to be replaced. About one-third of the 640 streetlights have been removed by the city because they have fallen down or deteriorated.
OCEANSIDE — City Council voted June 5 to set aside $650,000 to cart sand from the San Luis Rey River environmental cleanup project to the rocky beachfront at Wisconsin Avenue.
OCEANSIDE — Regional and international teams competed in the U.S. Open Elite Tae Kwon Do Championship, sponsored by U.S.A. Taekwondo Center, at the Junior Seau Pier Amphitheater on June 1.
OCEANSIDE — One hundred Home Depot Foundation volunteers put in hands-on time to upgrade veterans’ quarters in Oceanside on June 5.
OCEANSIDE — City Council discussion on the wording of an amendment to ban smoking at bar and restaurant patios moved Mayor Jim Wood to leave the June 5 meeting before council reached a compromise.
OCEANSIDE — The inter-tribal San Luis Rey Powwow at Mission San Luis Rey will draw more than 200 singers and dancers June 8 and June 9.
OCEANSIDE — Race Across America bike teams and solo cyclists depart from Oceanside June 11 and June 15 and begin a 3,000-mile bike race to Annapolis, Md.