The Rancho Santa Fe Post

Cell Towers, Voting Rights, Village Revitalization, and More

Big things are ahead for Rancho Santa Fe this year. The 2016 election schedule is set and residents are as interested as ever in the big issues before the Board. Cell towers, the San Dieguito Half Marathon, and voting rights are just a few of the topics covered in this month’s newsletter.

Read on,

Nick Krnich

P.S. - Voter registration in the Covenant is not automatic. Remember to register to vote before the May 2 deadline.

 


 

Association Controller Don May Explains Progress on Updating Association Finances

 

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Last March the RSF Association hired a new Controller, Don May, and announced the transition to more accurate accounting practices after an audit revealed...

 

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New Restaurant Coming to Rancho Santa Fe Village

 

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A new restaurant will be coming to Rancho Santa Fe’s former Delicias site. The Escondido hospitality management company, The Grand Restaurant Group, has signed a seven-year lease for the centric location in Rancho Santa Fe Village.

 

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Residents Weigh In on Cell Towers and San Dieguito Half Marathon

 

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Nearly 50 residents packed the Association Board meeting room on February 4, demonstrating a high level of interest in a number of projects before the Board.

 

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2016 Election Schedule Announced

 

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The Association Board nominating committee, which includes President Ann Boon and Vice President Heather Slosar announced the election schedule for 2016. The three seats that will be up for election are held by Slosar, Jerry Yahr and Philip Wilkinson.

 

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SFID Suspends Water Penalties for RSF and Solana Beach Customers

 

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The Board voted unanimously to suspend Allocations that were imposed at the May 2015 meeting. The allocation penalties imposed in May have also be suspended. Water bills mailed out after February 1, 2016 will not have penalties.

 

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