The zoom meeting hosted July 23rd by developer Randy Goodson was intended to qualify for the required Citizen Participation Plan meant to give residents the opportunity to understand the project and raise concerns about impacts on Encinitas.
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…
A Sad Day for Encinitas Community Character and Public Safety
by Mark Muir, former Encinitas Councilmember, Fire Chief, and resident
Is it Safe To Stay in My House During Restoration?
Encinitas isn’t the only place – Statistics from the Center for Neighborhood Technology show that over the last years, millions of homes across America have been affected by flooding due to overflow from rivers and streams.
Julie Thunder announces her run for mayor of Encinitas
At the January 22nd City Council meeting, community leader Julie Thunder announced that she is running for mayor of Encinitas, saying she want to Keep Encinitas a Beach Town, not a Big Town.
Opinion: Homeless in Encinitas?
Are you aware that Mayor Blakespear and the City Council have voted to make Encinitas the Regional Center for the Homeless for ALL of North County?