The Rancho Santa Fe Post

Board Makes Progress on Fiber, RSF State Leader in Water Conservation, and Village Revitalization Kicks Off

While it sometimes appears that community projects never progress, that has not been the case this past month. Community surveys on intersections are due back at the end of the month, the Board is moving forward on establishing gigabit Internet in the Ranch, and the Village Revitalization Task Force is in full swing. Plus, Rancho Santa Fe is among the top in water conservation efforts statewide.

Read all about it in this month's newsletter.

P.S. - Don't forget to check out community events happening in the Ranch.  


Board Briefs Community on Fiber, Water, and Bylaws at October Meeting

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On October 1, the Rancho Santa Fe Association held its monthly board meeting to discuss and update the community on several projects, all of which hold far-reaching implications for the future of the Ranch.

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RSF Association at Forefront of Municipal Broadband Movement

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Rancho Santa Fe is currently at the forefront of a larger debate happening nationwide. The debate surrounds the notion of whether communities should be allowed to control their own information highways or whether the industry should continue down the traditional path of provider-owned and controlled broadband infrastructure.

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Town Hall on Intersections Draws Big Crowd Ahead of Community Survey

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Residents of Rancho Santa Fe had a final opportunity to hear arguments from each side of the roundabout v. traffic signals debate on September 16, 2015.

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What's Next for The Village Revitalization Task Force?

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In response to a loss of “community” in the Village, the RSF Association Board assembled the Village Revitalization Task Force in August to begin studying how planning and design innovations can reinvigorate life in the Village.

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Santa Fe Irrigation District Tops CA in Water Conservation Efforts

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The Union Tribune reported Thursday that Californians beat Governor Jerry Brown's 25 percent water conservation mandate by 2 percent in August.

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