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Education Matters: Humes ousted — wasting taxpayer money the union way

Marsha Sutton June 11, 2021
Demands for special and recall elections in the San Dieguito Union High School District are a contemptible union power grab and unconscionable waste of public money. Hopefully, constituents will see these divisive tactics for what they are.
Education. (Photo by NeONBRAND via Unsplash)

Encinitas school district hires four administrators

North Coast Current June 10, 2021
Four new administrators are joining the Encinitas Union School District this summer, one of whom is a promotion from within the district.
Ty Humes, Area 5 representative on the San Dieguito Union High School District Board of Trustees. (Courtesy photo)

San Dieguito trustee appointment declared void; election ahead

North Coast Current June 10, 2021
A recently appointed San Dieguito Union High School District trustee has been removed from office and the district appears headed for an Area 5 special election to fill the seat, according to county and district information forwarded to the North Coast Current.
The San Marcos city sign. (Photo by albertc111, iStock Getty Images)

Residents invited to San Marcos Creek update over coffee

North Coast Current June 8, 2021
San Marcos officials invite the public to a Coffee with the Creek online meeting June 10 and 12 as work moves full-speed on the San Marcos Creek Project.
Jody Hubbard. (Courtesy photo)

Former Encinitas Councilwoman Jody Hubbard dies, mayor announces

North Coast Current June 8, 2021
Former Encinitas Councilwoman Jody Hubbard has died after a yearlong battle with cancer, Mayor Catherine Blakespear announced June 7 via Facebook.
Encinitas City Council members (left to right) Joy Lyndes, Mayor Catherine Blakespear, Tony Kranz, Kellie Hinze and Joe Mosca prepare to raise the Progress Pride Flag on June 2 at the Encinitas Civic Center. (Photo courtesy of Scott Chatfield)

Encinitas City Council raises flag in celebration of Pride Month

North Coast Current June 3, 2021
Encinitas City Council members gathered Wednesday, June 2, to mark Pride Month with a moment of silence and the raising of the Progress Pride Flag at the Civic Center.
Construction and repair. (Photo by Rudy Skitterians, Pixabay)

Leucadia onramp to Interstate 5 will be closed for weekend

North Coast Current June 2, 2021
The southbound onramp to Interstate 5 at Leucadia Boulevard in Encinitas will be closed June 4-7 as work continues on freeway upgrades, the project’s partners announced this week.
Business news. (James Abbott via Freeimages)

Encinitas-based biotech Ventyx announces new CFO

North Coast Current May 31, 2021
Encinitas-based Ventyx Biosciences Inc. recently named a former Credit Suisse executive as its chief financial officer.
Demolition of the retired Encina Power Station along Carlsbad Boulevard, pictured April 10, is expected to be complete within about a year. (Photo by Jen Acosta)

Work continues on demolition of Carlsbad power plant

Julia Shapero May 31, 2021
After almost 70 years on the Carlsbad coastline, demolition of the Encina Power Station, along with its 400-foot smokestack, is set to be complete within the next year.
Quiche. (Photo by Angèle Kamp via Unsplash)

Preserved Home: Quiche is a dish for everyone, and everything

Laura Woolfrey Macklem April 30, 2021
Quiche might conjure up thoughts of froo-froo French cooking for light appetites, but it’s actually a humble dish and a perfect receptacle for hearty leftovers.

San Dieguito school district trustees name interim superintendent

North Coast Current April 30, 2021
San Dieguito Union High School District trustees approved Lucile Lynch as interim superintendent on a quick turnaround after the departure this week of its leader of nearly three years.
As the city of Encinitas develops a streetscape plan for Birmingham Drive in Cardiff, community members are discussing ways to preserve its self-funded sidewalk, pictured April 28. (Photo by Jen Acosta)

Cardiff weighs community sidewalk’s future amid Encinitas roadway plan

Julia Shapero April 30, 2021
As designs for a series of improvements along Birmingham Drive near completion, the Cardiff-by-the-Sea community has begun to make plans to save community-based sidewalk art from the 1980s that runs along the street.
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