The Rancho Santa Fe Post

Intersection Survey Results, New Board Directors and More in Our Latest Newsletter


Summer is officially here and much is happening in our beautiful community. While we enjoy the warm weather and long evenings our community is being proactive in addressing our limited water resources. Most residents have already taken steps to curb their water use. We are working together as a community to not only adapt to the new normal but to set an example for the rest of the state.  

Resolutions on a fiber optic cable network as well as the intersection debate are moving forward! Welcome to new Board members Mike Licosati and Fred Wasserman and many thanks to outgoing Directors Craig McAllister and Rochelle Putnam for their selfless dedication and hard work making this a better community.

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Thanks for Reading,

Nick Krnich

Rancho Santa Fe Association Welcomes Two New Members, Revisits Intersection Debate


Rancho Santa Fe- The new Association Board, which now includes Mike Licosati and Fred Wasserman, had a lively Association Board meeting Thursday. Licosati and Wasserman replaced outgoing Vice President Craig McAllister and Director Rochelle Putnam who completed their terms in June.

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Despite the Headlines, RSF Residents are Taking Action on Water Conservation

This summer, Rancho Santa Fe has been making headlines. Although not necessarily for the right reasons. Articles like “Rich Californians balk at limits” were written by the Washington Post and “In Rancho Santa Fe, Drought is for Others” by the Capital Press. Fox News and even late night comedians have weighed in on the water controversy.

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Fiber Network Could Increase Average RSF Home Value $50,000 - $60,000


A new report from the Fiber to the Home Council states that having access to fast, reliable Internet is likely to increase home values. The report comes as more and more communities across the country are building municipally-owned fiber optic networks.

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Residents Weighed in on the Intersection Debate, We Have the Results

Over the past few months, residents and community leaders have engaged in a dialogue about how best to manage traffic at three intersections along the Paseo Delicias corridor: Del Dios and El Camino Del Norte, Paseo Delicias and El Montevideo, and Paseo Delicias and Via de la Valle.

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