From the Encinitas Community Park making its debut to tougher rules for bars, here’s a rundown of eight stories that will define Encinitas over the next year.
ENCINITAS — With 16 public speakers, Wednesday night’s council meeting set off a debate over which kind of groups can operate on the former Ecke Ranch property, purchased last year by the Leichtag Foundation.
ENCINITAS — The City Council at Wednesday night’s meeting directed staff to begin a feasibility study on locations that could host a community arts venue.
ENCINITAS — The Leichtag Foundation’s Food Justice Program and other nonprofits will move into two existing barns once used for flower-growing operations at the 67-acre Ranch on Saxony Road.
New Leichtag fellowship program playing a role in Sukkah structures
ENCINITAS — Pierre Sleiman began experimenting with hydroponic farming in his garage as a college student four years ago. These days, his company, the newest tenant on Ecke Ranch, is on the cutting edge of organic farming.
ENCINITAS — The San Diego Botanic Garden in Encinitas has longed to expand its grounds for years.
ENCINITAS — Some details about possible uses for portions of the Ecke Ranch are starting to surface even though the deal for the property is not yet complete.
ENCINITAS — The Carlsbad-based nonprofit Leichtag Foundation signed an option agreement April 6 to acquire the 67-acre Paul Ecke Ranch facility at 441 Saxony Road.