Encinitas City Council

Stocks, Bond take part in their final Council meeting

Stocks, Bond take part in their final Council meeting

ENCINITAS — With a light agenda on hand, outgoing Mayor Jerome Stocks and retiring Councilman James Bond said their goodbyes at the Council meeting Wednesday night.

Encinitas City Council approves cell transmitter, hears quarterly budget update

ENCINITAS — Residents expressed concern before the Council’s 4-1 vote to amend a contract and approve an additional cell transmitter, adding to a network of 21 already in place on city-owned streetlights.

Commentary: The Coast News’ Publisher urges change

Please, please, please citizens of Encinitas — let’s get some new blood in our City Council.Our town is too cool and too precious for us to ignore what’s been happening at City Hall.We desperately need change!

Residents speak out against Muir, Stocks; art banner language agreed on

Residents speak out against Muir, Stocks; art banner language agreed on

ENCINITAS — Several groups were relieved when the City Council unanimously approved new language for the city’s banner ordinance on Oct. 10.

Encinitas Council campaign signs pop up early

Encinitas Council campaign signs pop up early

ENCINITAS — Campaign signs from five Encinitas City Council candidates went up before they legally should have, sparking a closer look at the city’s municipal code.

Political newcomers eye City Council seat

Political newcomers eye City Council seat

ENCINITAS — The city’s November election ballot will feature two seated council members and seven challengers vying for three seats on the City Council. 

Encinitas City Council puts Pacific View request on hold

ENCINITAS — The City Council voted 4-0, with Deputy Mayor Kristin Gaspar recusing herself, not to accept the request for a general plan amendment to rezone property and create a new arts center at the former Pacific View Elementary site.

Council votes unanimously to issue bonds for park, beach projects

ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to issue bonds to pay for the Encinitas Community Park and Moonlight Beach improvements despite some lingering objections by residents Wednesday.

Political newcomer enters race for Encinitas City Council

Political newcomer enters race for Encinitas City Council

ENCINITAS — Bryan Ziegler’s name might be familiar in political circles, as he emerged late in the race for San Diego County’s District 3 Supervisor.

Pot shops to go on ballot in 2014

ENCINITAS — The City Council voted unanimously to place a controversial initiative on the city’s 2014 general election ballot.