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EUSD declines meeting with city before Pacific View auction

EUSD declines meeting with city before Pacific View auction

ENCINITAS — EUSD (Encinitas Union School District) declined the city’s offer to sit down and negotiate one last time before the Pacific View auction.

Festivals, schools awarded city art grants

CARLSBAD — Eighteen different nonprofits and schools were awarded a combined $25,000 for classroom instruments, youth theater productions, and art festivals from Carlsbad’s annual Community Arts Grants.

Community ‘garage lab’ opens for citizen scientists

Community ‘garage lab’ opens for citizen scientists

CARLSBAD — Pursued by the city for years, Carlsbad’s first community science lab and incubator opened to entrepreneurial scientists and curious community members on July 12.

Bookmobile revs up for communities

Bookmobile revs up for communities

OCEANSIDE — After four years of no service the Adelante Bookmobile will be serving outlying neighborhoods again.

Report critical of ‘Right to Vote’ initiative

Report critical of ‘Right to Vote’ initiative

ENCINITAS — A local effort to give residents control over land use means well, but would ultimately hurt the city, according to a new report issued by the law firm Rutan and Tucker, LLP.

Oceanside library plans to  connect with readers

Oceanside library plans to connect with readers

OCEANSIDE — On the top of the Oceanside Public Library’s list of goals included in its recently approved Workplan and Strategic Plan is to connect more with the community.

City OKs investment in community lab

City OKs investment in community lab

CARLSBAD — At the Jan. 29 meeting, City Council agreed to invest in a community laboratory and life sciences incubator by approving a five-year agreement for Bio, Tech, and Beyond, LLC to lease the city-owned building at 2351 Faraday Ave. for $1 per year. 

Fair offers one-stop shop for low to no cost services

Fair offers one-stop shop for low to no cost services

OCEANSIDE — The Winter Community Resource Fair will bring together a wide variety of community services for low-income families, individuals and veterans at the Civic Center Library Jan. 30.