ENCINITAS — Mayor Teresa Barth had one major goal when she was chosen to lead the city one year ago: change the tone of council.
ENCINITAS — A tally of campaign contributions over Proposition A, which won at the polls over two months ago, shows that the two groups opposed to the initiative raised more than three times the amount of the sole group in support.
ENCINITAS — The cloud of uncertainty looks to have passed.
ENCINITAS —Several weeks ago, it appeared as though the city would need to process a land-use change in order for Proposition A to take effect in the entire city. But after receiving a letter several weeks ago, the city is seeking clarity on whether that’s necessary.
ENCINITAS — The California Coastal Commission must approve Proposition A for it to take effect in most of the city. That’s according to staff members from the coastal commission who issued the ruling on Monday.
ENCINITAS — Last week, Proposition A passed with 51.85 percent voting “yes.” But it’s still unclear whether the California Coastal Commission needs to approve the initiative for it to take effect in most of the city.
Out-of-town developers massively overspent Encinitas townsfolk to defeat Prop A, the proposition that basically said you can’t put high density/high-rise residences in our town unless the people approve it.
ENCINITAS — With all 12,867 ballots counted, Prop A passed with 51.85 percent of residents voting “yes.”
For me Prop A is simple. Voting yes gives Encinitas citizens the right to vote on land use changes and holds the city council accountable. These are good things.