The newly formed Association Board has been hard at work and more elections are just around the corner. The Santa Fe Irrigation District and RSF School Board races are heating up as the weather cools down. Plus, one of Rancho Santa Fe's youngest residents made headlines for climbing Mt. Whitney! All that and more in this month's newsletter.
P.S. There are a lot of upcoming events on the calendar so be sure to check out the RSF Post's events section.
Association Addresses Past Presidents’ Council Allegations; Presentations on Community Engagement and Public Safety
At the September 1 Board meeting, newly elected Treasurer Janet Danola responded to numerous allegations, which were put forward in a letter authored by the Past Presidents’ Council (PPC). The series of allegations from the PPC suggested that the Association was not following “acceptable financial procedures” which may result in misallocated funds and ballooning costs.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Two weeks ago, 6-year-old Anthony Slosar become one of the youngest people to ever climb Mount Whitney, but he didn’t do it for the glory. He did it for Captain America.
August 18, 2016 SFID Board Meeting: The Board discussed the implementation of the Agricultural Rate approved at the May Board meeting, and it appears that a number of months will be required before staff reports back with a fully developed plan. Staff brought the Board up to date on discussions between the RSFCSD, the RSF Golf Club (RSFA), and SFID to provide reclaimed water to the RSF Golf Club.
Several offices in Rancho Santa Fe are up for election on November 8 including the RSF School District Board, Fire Protection District, Community Services District, and the Santa Fe Irrigation District. Below is a list of the candidates running for each position (those who filed by August 12) and important dates for voters to be aware of.
Seven candidates are running for three open seats on the Rancho Santa Fe School District Board. The race will appear on the November 8 ballot for residents within the RSF School District.