“Because I said so.” I think it’s safe to say nearly everyone has heard, and possibly used, this common parental pronouncement when asked to explain an action or request.
Webster’s Dictionary defines a conundrum as “a confusing and difficult problem or question.” In this era of prolonged drought it is an apt word to describe our collective approach to water policy and, on a broader scale, growth.
In an era where chambers of commerce and other business organizations continue to struggle to stay afloat, the latest news regarding the Vista Village Business Association (VVBA) begs the question, “Why put off the inevitable?”
Certain people in Escondido who have an almost pathological hatred of Mayor Sam Abed and those members of the city council who make up the majority on it — Ed Gallo, John Masson, and Mike Morasco — are sounding the alarm over what they perceive to be nascent attempts to resurrect a charter effort once […]
I think it’s fairly safe to say that if a proposal to install a recreation facility in a public park, encouraging healthy youth activity a community would normally support it. Normally.
Residents in the San Marcos enclave of San Elijo Hills have certainly had their issues lately.
I have long been in favor of the notion of city council districts in cities of a certain size —although skeptical of the methodology of determining their boundaries.
What is it about change that so threatens people? The almost knee-jerk response that certain groups have whenever a new development proposal is made in their community?
Having ignored the more reasonable alternative of sitting down and negotiating a compromise settlement, both sides in the Escondido Country Club version of the shootout at the O.K. Corral had their first round fought in court.
This coming election cycle in Escondido is shaping up to be one of the most interesting in years.