The Encinitas Fire Department will station a new "fast response" engine on North Coast Highway under a one-year pilot program intended to reduce response times for the North Leucadia/Saxony Canyon area, under a plan approved on Aug. 22 by the City Council.
The City Council approved a new signage program for downtown Encinitas at its meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Encinitas voters will get to weigh in again in 2020 on an initiative that would allow a range of cannabis-related activities in the city, from storefronts to cultivation to cannabis kitchens where edible marijuana-laced products would be made.
Dog owners will be able to walk their pets off-leash in certain areas of Del Mar's beach in the early morning hours under a change to the rules approved by the Del Mar City Council.
Del Mar voters will cast ballots on two local initiatives in the November election, one regarding proposed changes in the rules for beachfront development, and the other related to a proposed mixed-use project at the corner of Camino Del Mar and 10th Street.
Panda will speak about the intersection of health and circadian rhythm at a public event at the Salk Institute from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12, as part of Salk's "Back to Basics" lecture series.
Once again, supporters and opponents of allowing short-term vacation rentals in Del Mar's residential neighborhoods sparred at the City Council meeting on Monday, July 16.
The council voted 4-1, with Councilman Terry Sinnott opposed, to support a resolution proposed by Mayor Dwight Worden and Councilwoman Ellie Haviland, at its meeting on Monday, July 16.