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One Paseo will give a central heart to Carmel Valley

This letter was sent to the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board and to this newspaper for publication: Dear Chairman White and Members of the Carmel Valley Planning Board, I’m a business owner in Carmel Valley and I love this community! My business is expanding and I looked at other areas when considering relocating but now [...]

North County Interiors has been helping residents beautify homes for almost 40 years

North County Interiors has had a dramatic exterior overhaul in the last six months.

North County Interiors has been providing high quality flooring and window coverings in Encinitas for 38 years. The company has become well known for its products, design, installation and customer service.

Torrey Pines High School Pop Warner Falcons ready to fly

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As is their tradition, Torrey Pines Pop Warner football and cheerleading squads paraded around Falcon Stadium Aug. 29 during Torrey Pines varsity home opener’s halftime.

Amenities at Remington Club in Rancho Bernardo make senior living easier, elegant

The Remington Club is within walking distance of Rancho Bernardo Shopping Plaza and a 72-hole golf course. Courtesy photo

Conveniently located within walking distance of the upscale Rancho Bernardo Shopping Plaza, yet enjoying scenic views of Rancho Bernardo close to a 72-hole golf course, is the award-winning Remington Club.

‘Moms Making Six Figures’ helps moms stay at home while still having careers

Angie, Charlie, Christian and Scotty Gange

Angie Gange had a successful career in mortgage banking. Then the recession hit. The Carmel Valley mother of three began looking for a new job. That’s when a friend introduced her to Moms Making Six Figures, a San Diego-based marketing company that allows women to stay at home and either replace or supplement their income.

San Dieguito Union High School District Superintendent Rick Schmitt’s Monthly Update

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On behalf of our Board of Trustees, I want to welcome you and our 12,400-plus students to the 2014-15 academic year. The start of a new school year is always exciting. We have spent the summer eagerly preparing for your student’s return on Aug. 26 and look forward to sharing new learning experiences with each of you. For parents/guardians whose students are entering our schools for the first time, I would like to extend a special heartfelt thank you for the trust you have placed in us.

To your health: 5 questions to ask your new doctor

At some point, nearly everyone will need to choose a new physician, perhaps because of a change in insurance, a move to a new city, or simply a feeling that it is time to make a switch.

Your relationship with your physician is perhaps one of the most important in your life, and you want a provider who is not only highly knowledgeable and experienced, but also understands your needs and communicates effectively.

One Paseo will affect emergency response times

I’m writing in opposition to the current One Paseo proposal and the impacts it will have on our community. Carmel Valley has a large population of retirees and elderly people, like me. I am extremely concerned that One Paseo will increase the response times of emergency service vehicles due to the inevitable gridlock the project will create on our local streets.

This One Paseo — 3 key facts

You can’t lie to the city. But apparently it’s OK to mislead the community if there are additional millions to be made. The final EIR to the city on Kilroy’s proposal found nine environmental impacts, especially regarding traffic and neighborhood character, that even including the proposed mitigation measures — such as two I-5/SR 56 freeway connectors that, best case, won’t be built until 2030 — remain significant. Kilroy’s published response to the community: “We don’t have any unmitigatable impacts.” Want to run that by us again?

An offense to the community and to the General Plan

Why won’t Kilroy propose a smaller mixed-use project that would not overwhelm our streets? Because they would not make enough profit. This is what they say, in more elegant terms, in Appendix B.3 Retail Critical Mass Memo for Reduced Project Alternatives of the Final Environmental Impact Report for One Paseo.

Kilroy goes to great extent to disguise their profit motivation by claiming that the oversize project is in accordance with the “City of Villages” concept adopted by the city of San Diego and embedded in the General Plan. The General Plan is supposed to guide all development.

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