FPUD purchases five air-vacuum valves

The Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) has purchased five replacement air-vacuum valves for sewage service. A 5-0 FPUD board vote Dec. 12 approved the purchase of five valves from Pacific Pipeline for $25,082.78 including taxes. “That was just some additional equipment purchases for the collection system,” said FPUD general manager Brian Brady. “Those are just […]

Rainbow approves Olive Hill Estates easement quitclaim

The Rainbow Municipal Water District approved the quitclaim of an easement along the Olive Hill Estates development. Rainbow’s board voted 4-0 Dec. 6, with Rich Bigley absent, to authorize district general manager Tom Kennedy to execute the quitclaim deeds associated with the easements for an abandoned waterline. “We’re just giving the easement rights back to […]

Rainbow approves scope expansion of Pump Station #1 upgrades

The Rainbow Municipal Water District has opted to expand the scope of its professional services contract with Infrastructure Engineering Corporation for design services to upgrade Pump Station No. 1. Rainbow’s board voted 4-0 Dec. 6, with Rich Bigley absent, to expand the scope of the district’s contract with IEC for the additional work. The expanded scope […]

Board of Supervisors proclamation honors Fallbrook teacher Schwenke

The proclamations session of the Dec. 13 San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting honored Fallbrook Street School kindergarten teacher Amy Schwenke for her 2016 San Diego County Teacher of the Year recognition. “It’s just awesome,” said Schwenke. “It’s very special to be recognized for all the amazing work that the San Diego County teachers […]

CWA requests extension on Campus Park West annexation

The San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA) has requested an extension in the annexation process for the Campus Park West development. The SDCWA approved a request to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) for the extension at the Dec. 8 CWA board meeting. MWD’s conditional approval provided in December 2014 stipulated that all necessary […]

Cunningham to explore issues of Ocean Breeze Ranch offer to BUSD

The Bonsall Unified School District held a Jan. 4 workshop focusing on an offer from Ocean Breeze Ranch, LLC, to sell the district a portion of the Ocean Breeze Ranch property near Sullivan Middle School. The workshop did not include any voting items, but the school board requested that BUSD superintendent Justin Cunningham investigate issues […]

Lady Warriors win three of their final four soccer games of 2016

Lady Warriors win three of their final four soccer games of 2016

Sergio Garcia was the Fallbrook High School girls junior varsity soccer coach for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons, so he has some familiarity with the 2016-17 team which is providing him with his debut as a high school head coach. “I’m excited about the season,” said Garcia. “A lot of talent on the team. We’re […]

County approves new fee structure for county airports

County approves new fee structure for county airports

The fees for County Airports have been revised. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved the first reading and introduction of the ordinance amending the fees on a 4-0 vote Nov. 16 with Greg Cox at a National Association of Counties meeting and voted 5-0 Dec. 14 to approve the second reading and adoption. […]

Morrow pleased with Lady Warrior hoopsters despite early record

Fallbrook High School girls basketball coach Tony Morrow isn’t attributing the Warriors’ early-season record to his players or to his own lack of previous experience as the head coach. Morrow believes that a relatively young team which has played a tough pre-league schedule has performed to his expectations despite taking a 3-8 record into calendar […]

Revised catering ordinance to take effect January 13

The County of San Diego’s revised catering ordinance will become effective Jan. 13. The first reading and introduction of the ordinance was approved by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on a 4-0 vote Nov. 16 with Greg Cox at a National Association of Counties meeting. A 5-0 vote Dec. 14 approved the second reading and adoption of […]

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