The Rancho Santa Fe Post

June Newsletter: Around and Around We Go, Intersection Debate Heats up

June in the Ranch means it's time to elect candidates to the Rancho Santa Fe Board of Directors. Let your voice be heard on the many issues being discussed by participating in this very important Association Election. Ballots have been mailed and are due back to the association by June 15th at 5:00PM. Meet the candidates for the Rancho Santa Fe Association Board of Directors, check in with the intersection debate and get some perspective on the Mabee Development. As always, please share topics that you would like to see in the Rancho Santa Fe Post!

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Rancho Santa Fe Board Weighs New Intersection Interest, Village Market Project

RSFA Board of Directors

 

Rancho Santa Fe- The June 4th Rancho Santa Fe Board of Directors meeting was expecting such a large audience that the meeting was moved across the street to the Garden Club. The crowd of 80 came to the meeting to voice their opinions and concerns about the Roundabout vs. Signalization debate and the proposed changes to the Village Market properties.

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RSF Board Candidates Outline Their Vision for the Future

 

Board Candidates

 

The Rancho Santa Fe Association’s annual meeting was held at the Garden Club on May 14th. Members who attended were given a recap of Association business from 2014, as well as brief presentations from candidates for the Rancho Santa Fe Association Board of Directors.

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Transparency, Inclusiveness and Intersections

historic rsf

 

Last year our campaign promised to bring transparency and inclusiveness to the Rancho Santa Fe Board. This message resonated with a large number of RSF residents and we are humbled to have the opportunity to turn the message into action.

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Op Ed: Mabee No / Mabee Yes

Op-ed mabee property

 

That is exactly the question we would like to put before the entire Association membership – once they have seen and heard both sides of the Rancho Librado story.

 

 

 

Op Ed: Oppose High Density Project Proposed in Rancho Santa Fe

RSF landscape

 

A high-density housing project is proposed for the approximate 28 acre site located on the north-east corner of Calzada del Bosque and Via de la Valle. The Mabee “Rancho Liberado” project, consisting of approximately 55 units, is being marked as “step-down housing.” That is not what it is!

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