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News online for Encinitas, Calif.

North Coast Current

News online for Encinitas, Calif.

North Coast Current

Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

Encinitas City Council gets tepid response to housing equity study

Steve Puterski, North County Pipeline January 22, 2024
A heated and spirited debate took hold during the Encinitas City Council’s meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 17, regarding the city’s Barriers to Racial and Ethnic Equity in Housing Study.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Encinitas tackles eatery spaces, stray shopping carts

Alysse Dodge January 17, 2024
In December, the Encinitas City Council’s agenda included several significant matters. Mayor Tony Kranz, in conversation with the North Coast Current, outlined the three most notable topics discussed during the month. Below, we take a closer look at these crucial conversations.
The Paseo Santa Fe project in Vista, pictured in November 2021, includes a sign for the city. (Vista city photo)

Vista sets next round of workshops to tackle General Plan

OsideNews January 15, 2024
Land use is the topic of a series of upcoming Vista community workshops geared toward updating the city’s general plan.
Oceanside city sign. (Photo by albertc111, iStock Getty Images)

City Report: Debate over Oceanside housing rules puts city at crossroads

Owen Pratt January 5, 2024
The Golden State is facing an unprecedented housing crisis. The problem is vast, and finding a solid solution can seem impossible. To understand this, we’ll be looking over Oceanside’s recent inclusionary housing amendment to see how it plays a role in what’s happening.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

Encinitas seeks applicants to fill 21 commission seats

North Coast Current December 31, 2023
The city of Encinitas faces numerous vacancies on commissions in 2024, including Planning Commission representatives for Old Encinitas and Cardiff, and officials have put the word for applicants.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Encinitas eyes property for housing, tackles speed limits

Alysse Dodge December 19, 2023
Encinitas Mayor Tony Kranz and Deputy Mayor Joy Lyndes recently shared their perspectives on five of the most crucial conversations of November, ranging from infrastructure and housing, including the declaration of Quail Gardens Drive surplus property, to speed limit reductions and the ongoing Pacific View Art Center project.
Oceanside city sign. (Photo by albertc111, iStock Getty Images)

City Report: Oceanside council, residents spar over public comments, marijuana policy

Owen Pratt December 11, 2023
November saw a couple of heated topics in the city of Oceanside, with public comments and marijuana policies sparking backlash. The city also tackled rising water rates, electric police cars and the ongoing closure of Lagoon View Drive.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Rail Trail, marathon permit top October topics in Encinitas

Alysse Dodge November 8, 2023
During the October meetings of the Encinitas City Council, several important matters were on the agenda, among them the extension of the Coastal Rail Trail, a discussion about Legislative Policy and Priorities, and the deliberation over a second-year permit for the Moonlight Beach Half Marathon.
Oceanside city sign. (Photo by albertc111, iStock Getty Images)

City Report: Housing density, warehouse project in spotlight

Owen Pratt November 1, 2023
Downtown Oceanside development has recently been limited by the City Council, undoing a 4-year old policy change. Meanwhile, a controversial warehouse project has people upset over traffic problems, lack of transparency and possible environmental hazards.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Encinitas tackles bicycle safety, homelessness, Surfer’s Point

Alysse Dodge October 9, 2023
During the September meetings of the Encinitas City Council, several important issues were discussed, including bicycle safety, homelessness, and financing the acquisition of Surfer’s Point.
The California Capitol is pictured in April 2022. (Photo by Josh Hild via Unsplash)

Key vote on the way for California sex-trafficking legislation

J.W. August August 30, 2023
A bill that would make sex trafficking of minors a strike under California’s three-strikes law is heading to the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Friday, Sept. 1, for a decision whether it lives or dies, is put on hold or put to a vote by the entire Assembly.
The California Capitol is pictured in April 2022. (Photo by Josh Hild via Unsplash)

Bill that would end medical staff reporting of suspected domestic violence faces test

J.W. August August 30, 2023
Legislation its supporters claim will save more lives from domestic violence faces its toughest test to date before the California Senate Appropriations Committee, joining 489 other bills that will sink, swim or wait a year.
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