ENCINITAS — Battalion Chief Dismas Abelman drove along a narrow, windy road in Olivenhain in a white truck.
Questions rise as the water level of Lake Hodges continues to fall
ENCINITAS — Olivenhain residents are known for getting around on horseback, but community walkability took center stage during a workshop Tuesday night at the Olivenhain Meeting Hall.
ENCINITAS — Residents in the Olivenhain community have gotten what they’ve wanted for some time now — a 24-hour, fully staffed fire station.
ENCINITAS — City Council voted unanimously to approve three new firefighters for the recently opened mini-fire station on Rancho Santa Fe Road.
ENCINITAS — At a readiness hearing Wednesday morning, Michael Vilkin, 61, appeared in court and agreed to a June 11 preliminary hearing.
OLIVENHAIN — “Save Desert Rose,” a group of citizens that have long opposed a planned development are gearing up for another battle as the project developer is slated to go before the Planning Commission in late October.
OLIVENHAIN — A group of citizens have founded an unincorporated association, “Save Desert Rose,” to oppose a planned development that it says is uncharacteristic of the rural surroundings, environmentally unsustainable and presents a host of other concerns. “Aside from the fact that the proposed development is absolutely not in keeping with the character of Olivenhain, […]
OLIVENHAIN — The Olivenhain Arts & Crafts Festival will be held between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Olivenhain Meeting Hall located at the corner of Rancho Santa Fe Road and 7th Street. The origins of the festival can be traced to the fall of 1973 when Dorothy Kendall, and her daughter, Sue […]
OLIVENHAIN — Neighbors gathered at an informal meeting with the owners of the Olivenhain Guest Home on Dec. 16 to discuss plans to double the size of occupancy. Hank and Suzanne Kurtz were joined by project planners to answer questions about the possible impacts on the surrounding rural neighborhood on Cole Ranch Road. Currently, the […]