Residents in the San Marcos enclave of San Elijo Hills have certainly had their issues lately.
DEL MAR — In a rare split vote at the Nov. 18 meeting, council agreed to begin preparing a master plan for the Shores property, a 5.3-acre lot on Camino del Mar and Ninth Street the city purchased from Del Mar Union School District in 2008 for $5.8 million to preserve open space, recreational areas […]
CARLSBAD — When city staff presented information regarding the status and schedule of the Envision Carlsbad General Plan Update to City Council on Oct. 15, questions were raised about land use changes.
Last week I wrote a half-serious/half tongue-in-cheek column about why Oceanside was better than Carlsbad.
Beware the community activist who became one when a new subdivision or other development is proposed near them and claims to be concerned for their entire city.
REGION — Eden Valley residents are speaking out against a developer’s proposed plan to build 362 new homes in the area.
Early development plans to build 362 new homes in Eden Valley have some residents concerned.
Welcome to the development form the Twilight Zone.
CARLSBAD — With another plant nursery downsizing and selling land for potential house development, Carlsbad’s agricultural and nursery land is shrinking down to little more than the Flower Fields and strawberry fields.
CARLSBAD — The environmentalist nonprofit group Preserve Calavera has sued the city of Carlsbad over its review and decision on the Quarry Creek housing development.