Planning Commission

Farmers market to sprout on State Street soil

Farmers market to sprout on State Street soil

CARLSBAD — After fading for the past few years, the Carlsbad Farmers Market has been given the chance to sprout on new soil on State Street.

In-N-Out closer to opening in Encinitas after permits approved

In-N-Out closer to opening in Encinitas after permits approved

ENCINITAS —In-N-Out Burger is poised to come to town after getting the green light from the Encinitas Planning Commission.

Carlsbad embraces new system for rating food trucks; appoints new planning commissioner

CARLSBAD — Carlsbad City Council amended its municipal code to allow the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health to extend restaurant ratings to food trucks within the city at the Dec. 4 meeting.

Lease to 24-hour towing company OK’d

Lease to 24-hour towing company OK’d

OCEANSIDE — The Planning Commission gave unanimous approval to a conditional use permit that allows 24,436 square feet of the 4.57-acre parcel at 1833 Oceanside Blvd. to be leased to a 24-hour towing company.

Planning Commission to hear on expansion of transfer station

CARLSBAD — A Planning Commission hearing is scheduled Oct. 3 to consider recommendations for the Palomar Transfer Station.

Planning Commission gives OK to housing density ordinance updates

OCEANSIDE — The Planning Commission OK’d updates to the city Zoning Ordinance that raises the housing density bonus, but questioned whether a proposed plan that requires builders to construct low-income housing instead of paying in-lieu fees would work.

Emergency seawall gets permanent status

Emergency seawall gets permanent status

ENCINITAS — The Planning Commission unanimously approved a major use permit on Jan. 5 that allows a seawall built under emergency conditions to become permanent despite objections by shoreline preservation groups.