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Encinitas City Hall. (NCC file photo)

Encinitas City Council fills seat amid district boundary concerns

North Coast Current February 26, 2021
The Encinitas City Council filled a vacancy on the dais Feb. 24 amid one member's concern about Cardiff's representation given the boundaries of its voting district.
Election Day. (Photo by Element5 Digital, Unsplash)

Incumbents winning in Encinitas; Gaspar headed for county loss

North Coast Current November 4, 2020
Encinitas-related battles for office are leading to incumbent victories for City Council and the ouster of a county Board of Supervisors member after a contentious election that came to a close Nov. 3.
Election Day. (Photo by Element5 Digital, Unsplash)

Encinitas chamber invites residents to watch online candidates forum

North Coast Current October 8, 2020
The Encinitas Chamber of Commerce offers a virtual candidates forum today, Oct. 8, for three seats on the ballot as mail-in voting gets underway during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Election Day. (Photo by Element5 Digital, Unsplash)

Encinitas City Council candidate forums go digital for 2020

North Coast Current September 18, 2020
The League of Women Voters’ North County chapter has partnered with two Encinitas town councils to host City Council candidate forums in September and October.

Encinitas resident Susan Turney seeks District 2 council seat

North Coast Current April 12, 2020
Encinitas resident Susan Turney launched her “Residents First” campaign in a March 16 news release and filed papers with the city Feb. 18 and April 1.
Encinitas homes are shown in this March 2018 aerial. (Photo by Ian McDonnell, iStock Getty Images)

City vs. citizens? Sides differ on perceptions of Encinitas housing suit

Cameron Niven November 6, 2019
The city of Encinitas recently filed a lawsuit against 100 unnamed defendants of a resident-backed group called Preserve Proposition A in a claim to clarify whether future housing plans need to be held for a public vote. The lawsuit is the latest in a series of legal squabbles between Encinitas, housing advocates and the state of California as the city’s latest housing element was deemed compliant under state housing law by the Department of Housing and Community Development on Oct. 10.
Kellie Shay Hinze makes remarks during the Encinitas City Council meeting Jan. 9 ahead of a council vote appointing her to fill a vacant seat. (Photo by Scott Chatfield)

Encinitas City Council appoints Kellie Shay Hinze to fill vacancy

North Coast Current January 10, 2019
The Encinitas City Council selected Leucadia 101 Main Street Executive Director Kellie Shay Hinze on Jan. 9 to fill a vacant seat on the panel.
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