Esther Sanchez

Alcohol restrictions considered for Oceanside fast food restaurants

OCEANSIDE — City Council directed staff to look into limiting alcohol sales at fast food restaurants at their Feb. 19 meeting, specifically restaurants with over the counter ordering and drive-thru services.

MOU reached between city, OPD management

City still at impasse with OPD officers

City looks to keep e-cigarettes out of the hands of minors

OCEANSIDE — City Council discussed ways to strengthen state laws and keep e-cigarettes out of the hands of minors at the Dec. 18 meeting.

Promoting Oceanside

OCEANSIDE — Eighty-four percent of Oceanside hotels say the Tourism Marketing District is doing a good job of generating tourism.

Oceanside votes down restricting alcohol sales

OCEANSIDE — The upcoming opening of the downtown Walmart Neighborhood Market on Mission Avenue prompted City Council discussion on limiting alcohol sales in residential districts on Wednesday.

Council gives formal farewell to Peter Weiss

OCEANSIDE — City Council and staff said a formal farewell to City Manager Peter Weiss at the Nov. 6 City Council meeting.

A split vote rehires Jepsen as city manager

OCEANSIDE — City Council members dug in their heels and stuck with their previously stated views regarding rehiring Steven Jepsen as city manager on Oct. 16. City Council voted 3-2 to hire Jepsen, with Mayor Jim Wood and Councilwoman Esther Sanchez casting no votes.

Council votes no on ban of pet store dog sales

OCEANSIDE — City Council voted down drafting an ordinance to ban sales of dogs unless dogs are obtained through the humane society, a nonprofit animal rescue organization, or Oceanside breeder.

City to name bridge in honor of MLK

City to name bridge in honor of MLK

OCEANSIDE — Fanfare and speeches will help to dedicate the freeway overpass bridge on Mission Avenue as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Bridge Sept. 26. This is the fourth city landmark to be named in honor of King.

Contractor sought for phase one of upgrades

Contractor sought for phase one of upgrades

OCEANSIDE — The city is calling for requests for proposals from contractors to give Mission Avenue a $3 million facelift.