The Coast News
ENCINITAS — The private Leucadia Club can open its doors, but with no more than 20 members allowed inside at one time.
SOLANA BEACH — The Tide Beach access stairs will be closed due to maintenance and repairs from 7 a.m. on March 10, until 3 p.m. March 12. The Fletcher Cove and Seascape Sur access points will remain open for public use.
DEL MAR — With input from about 60 residents, city officials are moving forward with some suggestions to ease the impact summer visitors have on those who live in the Beach Colony.
REGION — As past president of at least three local philanthropic organizations, G. Richard “Dick” Wheelock, M.D., left an indelible mark on North County, especially among the underserved and working poor in Del Mar and Solana Beach.
Editor’s note: The following column is based on the author’s feelings, and does not fully take into account the school district’s viewpoint.
ENCINITAS — To gather input from residents who don’t like the idea of sitting through council meetings, the city is launching a virtual town hall.
OCEANSIDE — The weekends of March 8 and March 9 and March 15 and March 16 will see rail service
OCEANSIDE — A budget forecast shared at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, included the good news that the city’s general fund is projected to see a $4.2 million increase due to higher property tax, sales tax, and other increased revenues.
OCEANSIDE — A group of 60 community members and interested parties took part in a guided walk along Coast Highway in order to give their input on plans for Coast Highway improvements.
REGION — All Californians are required to have healthcare coverage. Those who do not sign up for healthcare by the extended March 31 deadline will face a penalty charge for failing to have health insurance.