OCEANSIDE — The Downtown Advisory Committee unanimously recommended a conditional use permit for a tattoo shop and museum in downtown Oceanside, giving the go ahead to make it the 13th regulated use business.
OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College horticulture students took advantage of resources coming together in February and planted a citrus grove in early celebration of Arbor Day.
OCEANSIDE — There’s no more free rides for surf camps and fitness groups using Oceanside parks and beaches. City Council gave final approval to require a special operations permit and $1 million liability insurance for commercial use of outdoor recreation areas on Feb 18.
OCEANSIDE — The Planning Commission did not see eye to eye with the City Council direction on coastal parking.
OCEANSIDE — Tri City Medical Center took a big step forward in its goal to redevelop its campus. The board of directors approved hiring an architect to design a new emergency department, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, obstetrics department, and parking structure Feb. 5.
OCEANSIDE — City Council voted to omit the geotechnical study of South Morro Hills from the Wastewater Master Plan, and directed staff to look into hiring a consultant to ensure economic viability for the farmland on Feb. 18.
OCEANSIDE — It definitely made for a unique day during one of the recent YANA (You Are Not Alone) patrols for partners Melodie Burch and Francesca Johnson.
OCEANSIDE — Oceanside joined fellow North County coastal cities, and gave its city attorney direction to draft an outdoor dining smoking ban on Feb. 18.
OCEANSIDE — Feb. 14 through Feb. 28 marks five Opening Days for Oceanside ball leagues.