During a City Council meeting held at the unusual hour of 3 pm on May 20th, Mayor Blakespear and Councilmembers voted unanimously to close two lanes of Coast Highway 101, between E and D Streets, to allow the businesses to expand out into the street, providing more social distancing for their restaurant or retail patrons….
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Alex Riley announces his run for City Council
Alex Riley has announced that he is running for Encinitas City Council. He says he will focus on four main issues: public safety, housing (he supports local control in land-use decisions), Prop A (supports), and government transparency. He told us he is ready to serve again by representing District 1, which consists of the northern…
5G Cell Towers Coming to Your Property
A large group of Encinitans are fighting the rollout of 5G – learn why.
OPINION: AB 805 – Say Goodbye to Local Control!
AB 805 brought a significant change to the voting governance of SANDAG, which has created higher housing requirements for Encinitas.
Is Encinitas a Sanctuary City?
With the immigration issue at the forefront of national news and Encinitas’ close proximity to the border, residents are asking if we are a Sanctuary City.
Cardiff School Update: Lawsuit, Sierra Club, and Letter to OGALS claiming Support
Opposition files lawsuit against the District, Sierra Club apologizes and changes its position, and letter to state agency claims Council support – before the issue had been heard.