Author Archive for Jared Whitlock

Council nixes sales tax study

ENCINITAS — The city won’t order a sales tax increase study after all — at least for now.

New kitchen and garden taking root at Boys & Girls Club

New kitchen and garden taking root at Boys & Girls Club

ENCINITAS — Garden to table — that’s the vision guiding a new project at the Griset Branch of the Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguito.

Man charged in connection with burglaries

Man charged in connection with burglaries

ENCINITAS — A man is facing a second-degree burglary charge in connection with breaking into Leucadia Pizzeria, stealing checks from The Coast News and a separate vehicle burglary.

Cardiff Library marks 100th anniversary

Cardiff Library marks 100th anniversary

ENCINITAS — More than 100 years ago at S.M. Holbrooks grocery store, 38 residents signed a petition to start a library in Cardiff.

EUSD accepts city’s offer for Pacific View property

EUSD accepts city’s offer for Pacific View property

District also postpones auction as a safeguard

2.5% pay increase approved for teachers, management at EUSD

2.5% pay increase approved for teachers, management at EUSD

ENCINITAS — All 545 EUSD (Encinitas Union School District) employees received a 2.5 percent raise — retroactive to July 2013 — as part of a three-year contract.

Council votes against new permit system for bars

Council votes against new permit system for bars

ENCINITAS — The city should step up code enforcement checks on bars, rather than adopt a new permit system for alcohol-serving establishments, a council majority said on Wednesday night.

At 11th hour, city submits offer for Pacific View site

At 11th hour, city submits offer for Pacific View site

ENCINITAS — Just before the clock struck 11 p.m. on Wednesday night, the City Council announced it would submit a confidential offer to buy the Pacific View property.

City looking for path forward in stabilizing Beacon’s Beach

City looking for path forward in stabilizing Beacon’s Beach

ENCINITAS — Another bluff collapse at Beacon’s Beach could wipe out much of the nearby parking lot and a winding trail that leads down to a popular surfing spot, officials fear.

Council supports reversing Citizens United ruling

ENCINITAS — The city joined a growing national movement to reign in campaign spending.