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  • Encinitas council fills commission vacancies

    Encinitas council fills commission vacancies

    Encinitas City Council members named Brett Farrow on Wednesday, Feb. 13, to fill a vacancy on the city Planning Commission, citing his record of activism, especially in his community of Cardiff-by-the-Sea. An architect, Farrow’s volunteer activities include promoting the Safe Routes to School Program,...

  • Encinitas delays decision on La Costa housing project

    Encinitas delays decision on La Costa housing project

    Over the strong objections of the property owner's representative, the Encinitas Planning Commission delayed a vote Thursday, Feb. 7, on permits related to a proposed 48-unit housing project next to Batiquitos Lagoon.

  • Encinitas events this week (Feb. 15)

    Encinitas events this week (Feb. 15)

    Encinitas events this week

  • State department advises revisions to proposed Encinitas housing plan

    State department advises revisions to proposed Encinitas housing plan

    Two months before a court-mandated deadline to become compliant with state housing law, Encinitas has hit yet another snag. In a Feb. 4 letter to the city, the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) said a number of items on the city's latest proposed plan were not compliant...

  • Encinitas events this week (Feb. 8)

    Encinitas events this week (Feb. 8)

    Ovation Theatre will present Freaky Friday from Feb. 8 to 10 and from Feb. 15 to 17 at Brubeck Theater at Palomar College, 1140 West Mission Road in San Marcos.

  • City of Encinitas receives sand to replenish its beach

    City of Encinitas receives sand to replenish its beach

    The City of Encinitas will receive 45,000 cubic yards of sand just south of Ponto State Beach as a result of the Encinitas Beach Hotel Project. The sand placement started last week and will continue through the end of February. The sand is a great match for Encinitas beaches, as it is from the...

  • Cardiff Kook Run brings out goofy costumes, fast Canadians

    Cardiff Kook Run brings out goofy costumes, fast Canadians

    San Diego might not have had a team in the Super Bowl — or a NFL team at all, for that matter — but the competitive spirit was alive and well Sunday morning, Feb. 3, in Encinitas.

  • Man struck, killed by train in Carlsbad

    Man struck, killed by train in Carlsbad

    A man was struck and killed by a Pacific Surfliner train in Carlsbad Saturday morning, Feb. 2. It happened just before 8:15 a.m. at the Carlsbad Village Station, according to sheriff's Lt. Dave Perkins.

  • Encinitas events this week (Feb. 1)

    Encinitas events this week (Feb. 1)

    For more information and events, visit the city’s newsletter at https://bit.ly/2sQIDX9. Band-O-Rama school bands concert This special concert will feature local school bands playing a variety of music for your enjoyment on Feb. 2 at 6 p.m. at La Costa Canyon High School, 1 Maverick Way in Carlsbad....

  • Second railroad track now in service in Cardiff-By-the-Sea

    Second railroad track now in service in Cardiff-By-the-Sea

    In January, SANDAG construction crews brought a new railroad track into service and completed necessary rail-crossing improvements for a planned Quiet Zone in Cardiff-by-the-Sea.

  • Program guides ovarian cancer patients, caregivers in 'Steps Through' diagnosis

    Program guides ovarian cancer patients, caregivers in 'Steps Through' diagnosis

    After seven years of advocating for the improvement of the survival and quality of life for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer, the Clearity Foundation has partnered with the Susan Poorman Blackie Ovarian Cancer Foundation (SPB Foundation) to further help these women and their support systems.

  • Encinitas to focus on housing, transportation in 2019

    Encinitas to focus on housing, transportation in 2019

    Encinitas will continue making strides toward affordable housing, safer transportation, more attractive roads and a friendlier place for the environment, Mayor Catherine Blakespear said in a recent interview. In 2018, many city discussions centered around the city's need for a state-mandated housing...

  • Encinitas events this week (Jan. 4)

    Encinitas events this week (Jan. 4)

    Julian Roel Quartet Julian’s quartet spotlights bebop, west coast jazz and compositions by such artists as Charlie Parker, Dave Brubeck, Cedar Walton, and Thelonious Monk. Julian Roel studies the alto saxophone at the New School of Jazz and Contemporary music. Watch him perform Jan. 6 from 2 to...

  • Train hits, kills pedestrian in Encinitas

    Train hits, kills pedestrian in Encinitas

    An adult was killed when the person ran toward the tracks and dove in front of an approaching train Saturday morning, Dec. 29, in Encinitas, the Sheriff’s Department said.

  • Chesterfield Drive rail crossing to temporarily close

    Chesterfield Drive rail crossing to temporarily close

    The only east/west rail crossing in Cardiff-by-the-Sea will close to motorists for three weeks

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