Author Archive for Wehtahnah Tucker

‘Desert Rose’ residents look to head off development project

OLIVENHAIN — “Save Desert Rose,” a group of citizens that have long opposed a planned development are gearing up for another battle as the project developer is slated to go before the Planning Commission in late October.

Pot shops to go on ballot in 2014

ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to place a controversial initiative on the city’s 2014 general election ballot.

Panel looks to solve art banner issue this month

ENCINITAS — The City Council is moving forward to create a policy that addresses the flaws in the way permits are approved for banners to hang on the city’s light posts.

Mayor Stocks looks to make fourth run for city council

Mayor Stocks looks to make fourth run for city council

ENCINITAS — Jerome Stocks, the current Mayor hopes to occupy his seat on the dais for a fourth straight term on the City Council. 

Crest Drive appeal prompts look into policy

ENCINITAS — A familiar refrain was heard loud and clear at the City Council meeting on Aug. 15, as residents of a rural Cardiff-by-the-Sea neighborhood rallied to preserve the character of their community.

Encinitas responds to grand jury report on Leucadia flooding

ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to send a formal response to a grand jury report on Aug. 22.

Law firm gets nod from national magazine

Law firm gets nod from national magazine

ENCINITAS — Adding to its list of accolades, Coast Law Group, a local law firm that’s less than two decades old, has been named to Outside Magazine’s fifth annual “Best Places to Work” list.

Nonprofit still working to ensure lagoon is saved

Nonprofit still working to ensure lagoon is saved

CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — Thousands of travelers soak in the captivating view of the ocean, lagoon and cliffs while traversing on the Pacific Coast Hwy. 101 from Solana Beach to Cardiff.

Art center negotiations delay Pacific View development

Art center negotiations delay Pacific View development

ENCINITAS — The community breathed a sigh of relief when the Encinitas Union School Board voted 4-1 on Feb. 15 to enter into negotiations with Art Pulse to sell the Pacific View Elementary site. 

Council directs another shift in general plan update

ENCINITAS — The City Council received a staff report on the progress of the general plan update but asked for significant changes to be made to updating the various elements of the city’s blueprint.