The Rancho Santa Fe Post

Association Board's September Meeting, Survey on Intersections Looms and Debate on Rancho Librado Heats Up

The community has been buzzing with activity these past few weeks. The roundabouts v. signals debate moves toward a community survey, water talks resume, and the Association is advancing plans to revitalize the Village and bring gigabit Internet to the Ranch.

Read all about it in this month's newsletter.

P.S. - Don't forget to check out the RSF Post's events page to see what's happening around the Covenant.

 


 

Association Board Prepares Intersections Survey, Approves Next Phase of Fiber Project

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The Rancho Santa Fe Association and its members listened to several presentations at the September 3 board meeting. The presentations evidence the progression of several, often contentious, issues facing the community, including...

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 SFID Resume Fines for Water Violations

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On August 31st, the Santa Fe Irrigation District (SFID) resumed citing and fining customers for water-use violations. Citations were halted in July so the district could update procedures and methods for citations and tracking...

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Task Force Aims to Strengthen Community in Village

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In response to concerns regarding the loss of “community” in the Village, the Rancho Santa Fe Association Board convened the Village Revitalization Task Force to begin studying how planning, zoning, incentives, and design can enhance life in the Village...

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"The developer proposing the 400% density increase on the old C. Arnholt Smith property at Via de la Valle and Calzada Del Bosque held a meeting at the Garden Club on Aug. 6, ostensibly to discuss the pros and cons of the development."
"The Association’s regulations cannot override the County’s rules and the County’s rules cannot override the Association.  In order for our project or any other project to be built it must ultimately be approved through the Association process."


 

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