The headline is a cliché because it’s a fact, here in Encinitas and probably everywhere else. Our fine city has about 240 generously compensated employees.
Few people like the Leucadia 101 corridor as it is. But the Streetscape plan described in the draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) the city released
Among the many bonehead moves Encinitas City Councils have made since 2005: Raised employee pensions 35 percent, hired a weasel city manager,
The state density bonus law encourages developers to build more units per acre than local zoning allows, ostensibly for the sake of including one or
The Don Breazeale and Associates study commissioned and shelved by the city of Encinitas in 2000 gives $152 million (2014 dollars) as the added cost
The first thing most people say when they read the headline or hear those words is, “It would be too expensive.”
In 1963, Dave Stern and Bill Cleary published “Surfing Guide to Southern California.”
The North County Transit District’s Coaster and Sprinter rail lines transport riders within North San Diego County and between North County and San Diego.
Leucadia Streetscape started out on the wrong foot and hasn’t been in step since.
Most locals agree that the North Coast Highway 101 corridor needs a facelift.