DEL MAR — A survey to gauge residents’ satisfaction with city services was put on hold at the April 7 meeting after council members deemed it a waste of money that would garner relatively useless information.
ENCINITAS — A council majority wants to survey residents in the coming months on whether they would support a tax increase to fund roads and other local infrastructure.
DEL MAR — A draft schedule outlining the next steps that will be taken to replace City Hall was accepted unanimously by council members at the March 3 meeting.
DEL MAR — According to the results of a recent survey, the majority of respondents agree with approximately 40 people who attended a December workshop when it comes to where a new City Hall should be located and what it should include.
DEL MAR — The deadline to provide input on what a new City Hall and Civic Center should look like is fast approaching, and city officials are making it easy for anyone to provide weigh in.
DEL MAR — About 6,000 Del Mar residents and business and property owners will soon receive a postcard asking them to provide input about the what, where and how much for a new City Hall.
DEL MAR — City officials are working to create a survey to find out if the rest of the community agrees with input from about 40 people who attended a meeting focused on replacing City Hall.
OCEANSIDE — Is a $104 million bond measure in Oceanside Unified School District’s (OUSD) future? A recent survey says it’s possible.
CARLSBAD — While mostly satisfied by the business climate in Carlsbad, local businesses would like the city to simplify its permit process and fees as well as improve the downtown Village area, according to a recent city survey.
CARLSBAD — Wildlife road kill sighting — there’s an app for that.