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