City officials and others sit on a bench dedicated to the late Encinitas Councilwoman Maggie Houlihan.
Having read Mr. Doug Fiske’s “community commentary” in The Coast News (dated Jan. 25), we had to wonder where this person is getting his false information and interpretation about the Leucadia Streetscape Plan.
Carpentier Parkway, the linear strip along San Elijo Avenue from Chesterfield to Liverpool, is well known to all but perhaps not so well known is Horticulturist Linda Lee, Quality Plantscapes, the person who keeps it eternally beautiful.
CARLSBAD — Leucadia provides the backdrop for Teresa Link’s first book, “Denting the Bosch: A Novel of Marriage, Friendship and Expensive Household Appliances” published by St. Martin’s Press.
The extremely long article last week, “Time for a New Kind of Funky,” about Leucadia’s issues tried my patience and was sorely in need of corrections and editing.
LEUCADIA — Jim McConlogue is among scores of juried artists, and local galleries, who will be displaying their fine art at the eighth annual Leucadia Art Walk from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Aug. 26.
The Streetscape planned for the North 101 Corridor was presented, discussed, modified and approved through multiple public workshops.
A few weeks ago, as a Leucadian I read The Coast News with some despair.
ENCINITAS — It’s safe to say that music and songwriting has been a part of Darius Degher for nearly his entire life.