RANCHO SANTA FE — Seventy three percent of California voters say the state Legislature is doing a “poor or only fair job.”
SOLANA BEACH — Council members agreed at the Oct. 23 meeting to form an ad hoc committee to evaluate, analyze and potentially draft a competing ordinance to be submitted to the voters should a special election be called to determine a use policy for Fletcher Cove Community Center.
The little building, with its recent makeover of cornflower blue accented with silver, is perched high atop a bluff. Its modern lines stand bold and its shiny glass doors open to a sweeping view of the shimmering Pacific Ocean.
SOLANA BEACH — After more than two years and countless hours of private meetings and public hearings, City Council, with no discussion, unanimously adopted at the Aug. 28 meeting a use policy for Fletcher Cove Community Center, a move that seemingly will have no effect on the efforts of one community group to allow Solana […]
For me Prop A is simple. Voting yes gives Encinitas citizens the right to vote on land use changes and holds the city council accountable. These are good things.
Many of us voting No on Proposition A believe parts of the initiative were written with good intentions.
When I was a college sophomore I was talked into running for class president.
The “Right to Vote” title alone sounds very compelling.
At this point all the arguments surrounding prop A have been laid bare with the real, unreal and just plain fantastic rationale laid out for you to believe or not.