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Encinitas prepares for challenging year

Scott Landheer

February 12, 2009


Filed under COASTLINE, Encinitas

At the Encinitas City Council’s annual goal setting meeting and workshop, the council heard comments from staff and the public, but didn’t to take on any major new goals given the current economic climate. The first meeting, held on Jan. 20, began with a presentation by Jennifer Smith, Director...

MiraCosta names new president

North Coast Current

December 23, 2008


Filed under Cardiff by the Sea, COASTLINE, Encinitas, Higher Education, NORTH COAST CAMPUS

Dr. Francisco Rodriguez, current president of Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, has been named the new president of MiraCosta College in Oceanside, it was announced Dec. 23. MiraCosta’s Board of Trustees made the announcement during a special meeting at which the board unanimously approved Rodriguez’s...

Quality of life at center of vote

Whitney Lawrence

November 2, 2008


Filed under COASTLINE, Encinitas, Politics

“For every quality of life issue there are at least two sides,” Encinitas City Councilman James Bond said. Encinitas residents will get to choose those sides Nov. 4 when they go to the polls to elect a new City Council. Quality of life issues hold great stake in this election, and while most candidates...

WiFi makes Encinitas more than just a ‘hot spot’

WiFi makes Encinitas more than just a ‘hot spot’

Jerry Webber

April 24, 2007


Filed under COASTLINE, Encinitas

Encinitas is a hot spot for many things. Its restaurants, bars, businesses and downtown area attract visitors from all over San Diego and beyond. But when it comes to WiFi access, Encinitas has put itself on the national map. For about two years, downtown Encinitas has provided residents and businesses...

Pacific Station gets go-ahead

Natalie Perino-Terashima

February 17, 2007


Filed under COASTLINE, Encinitas

Encinitas may soon notice a new addition to its downtown landscape off Highway 101.  The project, Pacific Station, is a mixed-use commercial/residential development that will incorporate space for retail shops, restaurants and condominiums. The Encinitas Planning Commission approved the project Feb....

Academy students shaped the world, but it also shaped them

Jessica Brown

February 17, 2007


Filed under COASTLINE, Encinitas, K-12, NORTH COAST CAMPUS

Editor's note: This is the first of two stories looking at San Dieguito Academy's 70th anniversary. San Dieguito Academy may have been the home of the Mustangs since 1936, but student life at the Encinitas school has changed a lot over the years. The first students to graduate from SDA, then kno...

Alumni say school was spared most ethnic strife felt elsewhere

Lizzie Lacey

February 17, 2007


Filed under COASTLINE, Encinitas, K-12, NORTH COAST CAMPUS

Editor's note: This is the second of two stories looking at San Dieguito Academy's 70th anniversary. According to one San Dieguito High School alumnus who graduated in the early 1940s, there wasn’t too much concern about the ethnic diversity of the student population. “That’s just the way ...

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