The temperature is rising and so are debates around the community. Conversations about water usage, intersections and step down housing projects are hotly debated throughout the Ranch. Even though neighbors may differ on certain issues, we are all a part of, and care deeply about, our community.
This month Assemblyman Brian Jones pays the Board a visit, Don Billings talks water, the SFID decides to delay fines and Ann Boon focuses on Village parking. If you would like to see something published on the Post please contact us.
On Thursday, August 6, the Rancho Santa Fe Association Board of Directors held their monthly meeting at the RSF Golf Club to provide community members with updates and move forward on a variety of community issues and concerns.
On Thursday, August 6, Rancho Santa Fe resident Rick Nicholas hosted a Community Water Talk with Don Billings at the RSF Golf Club. Billings is a Solana Beach resident and former chairman of the Independent Water Rates Oversight Committee.
Rancho Santa Fe- On July 16, the Santa Fe Irrigation District Board of Directors voted unanimously to delay water-use violation restrictions for the 3,000+ residents of Rancho Santa Fe. Water restrictions and violations were initially set to begin in July, but the board decided that the penalty assessments should be suspended for 45 days.
It seems as though we have been talking about parking problems in the Village forever. To be candid, it is probably because we have been. And I’m going to be talking about parking a lot in the coming weeks.