Oceanside

Oceanside city manager to face focused review

OCEANSIDE — City Council will meet in closed session Wednesday to review and possibly replace City Manager Steve Jepsen.

Body found at Oceanside park

OCEANSIDE — On Feb. 16 at 5:44 a.m. officers of the Oceanside Police Department responded to a report of a person down at Buddy Todd Park at 2800 Mesa Drive. Officers arrived and located a person who was deceased in the northern edge of the park.

Oceanside Budget Workshop lists possible priorities for year ahead

Oceanside Budget Workshop lists possible priorities for year ahead

OCEANSIDE — No dollar amounts were mentioned, no ranking of importance was established, but the budget workshop on Feb. 11 did draft a long list of priorities that will be discussed further by the City Council in spring.

Vandalism spotted, cleaned up at El Salto Falls

OCEANSIDE — It took a few days between when vandalism was spotted at El Salto Falls and when cleanup erased the fact it had ever been there.

Oceanside taking steps to bend arc of global warming

OCEANSIDE — Oceanside is looking to bend the arc of rising global temperatures by reducing city greenhouse gas.

OPD sets spending list for $300,000 COPS grant

OCEANSIDE — Oceanside Police Department has set its spending list for annual COPS grant funds. The grant is given to cities each year based on population.

Hazel’s Army founded to protect rights of elderly

OCEANSIDE — Aaron Byzak founded Hazel’s Army community group after he got a phone called that changed his life. His aunt called and said the hospice nurse reported his grandmother, Hazel Mensching, had a bump on her head.

Plans for Park Villas at El Corazon Park in need of some tweaking

OCEANSIDE — Plans for a mixed-use live work development within El Corazon Park will be heard by the City Council in March.

Oceanside Harbor Police lead submerged vehicle dive training

Oceanside Harbor Police lead submerged vehicle dive training

OCEANSIDE — On Jan. 25 a car rolled down the harbor launch ramp and slowly sunk into the murky waters, all in preparation for two weeks of submerged vehicle dive training.

City looks into mobile home park complaints

OCEANSIDE — Troubles may not be over for mobile home owners.