Autumn brings change! Rancho Santa Fe residents voted to approve the bylaws as amended by the Governing Documents Committee. Additionally, the Association Board provided a disappointing update on the fiber project, viewed as a setback by many members. Take a look at the latest headlines below.
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The RSF Association Board informed the community that they had decided, at last Thursday’s meeting during executive session, to negotiate toward a termination of the Hotwire Letter of Intent (“LOI”) that would have brought a “fiber to the home” ultra-high speed 1GB/10GB Internet network to Rancho Santa Fe.
At the October Rancho Santa Fe Association board meeting, Inspector of Elections Bruce Bishop announced the result of the vote.
Two seats on the Santa Fe Irrigation District (SFID) Board of Directors will appear on the November ballot this election - Division 1 and Division 2. Ken Dunford and Derek Clotfelter are both running for the Division 1 seat.
Customers qualifying for the Agriculture rate, who do not have a dedicated agriculture water meter, can purchase and install sub-meters, but the process for reporting sub-meter numbers and capturing the administrative costs to invoice sub-meter usage has yet to be finalized.