Rainbow outsources Oak Crest Estates wastewater treatment to WQS

The Rainbow Municipal Water District (RMWD) will now contract with Water Quality Specialists (WQS) to treat wastewater generated by the Oak Crest Estates mobile home park. The decision to fill the Rainbow board’s vacant Division 3 seat was deferred to the district’s Feb. 28 board meeting since one of the candidates was unable to attend, […]

NCFPD to replace Holdridge with three new part-time employees

Gregg Holdridge, who had been the fire prevention officer for the North County Fire Protection District (NCFPD), retired at the end of December after 29 years with the district. Holdridge’s departure provided the district with some funding which otherwise would have been spent on his salary and benefits, and on Jan. 24 the NCFPD board […]

Supervisors direct staff to develop marijuana dispensary ban ordinance

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 Jan. 25 to direct county staff to return to the supervisors with an ordinance banning marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated San Diego County. Dianne Jacob, Kristin Gaspar, and Bill Horn voted in favor of a complete ban on both medical marijuana dispensaries and recreational dispensaries, including cultivation-only […]

Jacob delivers State of the County address

County Supervisor Dianne Jacob, who gave the 2017 State of the County address Feb. 1 at the County Operations Center, was elected to her seventh term on the Board of Supervisors last year and chose to make “Seven in ’17” the subject of her State of the County address. Jacob placed an emphasis on roads, […]

Supervisors direct staff to develop marijuana dispensary ban ordinance

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 Jan. 25 to direct county staff to return to the supervisors with an ordinance banning marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated San Diego County. Dianne Jacob, Kristin Gaspar, and Bill Horn voted in favor of a complete ban on both medical marijuana dispensaries and recreational dispensaries, including cultivation-only […]

BUSD approves contracts for environmental compliance, design work

The Bonsall Unified School District (BUSD) approved contracts for environmental compliance and design work for the planned Bonsall High School. Separate 3-1 BUSD board votes Jan. 19, with Sylvia Tucker voting in opposition and Erin English absent, approved a contract with Environmental Science Associates (ESA) for California Environmental Quality Act services and with Baker Nowicki […]

Toth named MASL goalkeeper of the month

The Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) selected 2007 Fallbrook High School graduate Chris Toth as its goalkeeper of the month for January 2017. “It’s pretty cool,” said Toth, who now plays for the San Diego Sockers. “I felt like I put a lot of work in and it paid off.” “After the games he’s been […]

FPUD awards emergency generator contract for Donnil Pump Station

NEWest Construction has been given a construction contract which will allow the addition of an emergency generator at the Fallbrook Public Utility District’s (FPUD) Donnil Pump Station in De Luz. FPUD’s board voted 5-0 Jan. 23 to award the $139,900 contract to NEWest Construction contingent upon the San Diego company meeting all of FPUD’s bonding, […]

Warriors start boys soccer league play 2-0-1

Fallbrook High School’s boys soccer team tied its Valley League opener Jan. 17 at home against Escondido but then won league matches Jan. 19 at home against Valley Center and Jan. 24 at Ramona. “They’ve gone extremely well,” said Fallbrook coach Jorge Rojas of the Warriors’ first three league games. Although the Warriors failed to […]

County extends lease with Fallbrook Air Service

The County of San Diego has extended its lease with Fallbrook Air Service, Inc., for 3.71 acres at Fallbrook Community Airpark. Although rain impacts in the neighborhood of Supervisor Ron Roberts delayed his arrival at the Jan. 25 San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting until after the vote, the other four supervisors voted in […]

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