SOLANA BEACH — From a field of 22 applicants, council members appointed 17 residents to two-year terms on the city’s five citizen commissions during the Jan. 22 meeting.
SOLANA BEACH — Vacations are great for discovering new places and meeting new people while leaving behind, at least for a while, the stress of everyday life, especially work.
SOLANA BEACH — When it came to removing trees from public property, council decided at the Jan. 8 meeting not to go out on a limb and place a moratorium on issuing permits, a request from City Manager David Ott because the current code is outdated and ambiguous.
SOLANA BEACH — Like the adjacent cities to its north and south, Solana Beach agreed to send a letter to the California Public Utilities Commission urging the state agency to consider clean energy resources rather than new fossil-fuel-based power plants to replace power previously generated from San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
COAST CITIES — Solana Beach passed an ordinance this past June that allowed the Sheriff’s Department to inspect hotel guest books without a warrant. A week later, Encinitas gave its initial approval for a similar law.
SOLANA BEACH — The vast Pacific Ocean, graceful surfers, splashing children, an occasional whale or dolphin sighting and picturesque sunsets can transform a walk along the sandy shores of Solana Beach into a Norman Rockwell experience.
SOLANA BEACH — In response to requests from residents and City Councilwoman Lesa Heebner, the city manager provided an update at the Jan. 8 meeting on what has been done to address a spike in neighborhood robberies.
ENCINITAS — Slowly, rain and high tides are chipping away at the steep cliffs on Grandview Beach.
SOLANA BEACH — Back in the day, things were made to last. Kristian Rauhala found out just how true that statement is when remodeling his house.
SOLANA BEACH — Only eight of the 13 organizations that applied for assistance through the Community Grant Program received funding for the upcoming year during the Dec. 11 meeting, but with help from a local school and possibly an advisory commission, the city could spread its $15,000 a little farther.