ENCINITAS — Encinitas’ communications director resigned this week, citing employment opportunities and family obligations.
ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council have given a preliminary OK for an $80.9 million budget for the next fiscal year, which includes the hiring of three full-time firefighters at the city’s Olivenhain fire station.
REGION — A man who potentially faced state prison time for selling $50 worth of marijuana will instead receive probation and a deferred sentence, after both sides reached a plea agreement last week.
ENCINITAS — Alcohol could be banned at all Encinitas Parks in the near future, as the City Council will consider drafting a ban at Wednesday’s Council meeting.
Recently, I observed that the wine consumer was getting washed with wine shows. This was not meant to be a complaint.
ENCINITAS — For the first time ever, EcoFest was held at the Leichtag Foundation Ranch on Sunday. It was the ninth year of the event, which began in 2007, and is usually held at Cottonwood Creek Park. The event was a hub for learning about the environment, conservation and sustainability.
ENCINITAS — The recent rains saturated the grounds, making it malleable enough for shovels to easily pierce through the grass for digging holes large enough to accommodate new trees planted in a portion of the city’s new Encinitas Community Park.
A coalition of organizations working to calm traffic along Quail Gardens Drive and Saxony Road will present its the framework of a plan for doing so Thursday night.
ENCINITAS — Libraries have long been a safe haven for all walks of life, from the suit-and-tie crowd to the homeless. The San Diego County’s Encinitas library branch is no different.
ENCINITAS — An enthusiastic Encinitas City Council unanimously voted to begin negotiations with a local theater company that wants to build a performing arts center on a city-owned piece of land in the Encinitas Ranch Town Center long targeted for a performing arts venue.