County to issue RFPs for water quality protection programs

The County of San Diego will issue requests for proposals for three separate projects to meet runoff-related water quality requirements. The Board of Supervisors vote March 2 authorizes the request for proposals and three subsequent contracts. The director of the county’s Department of Purchasing and Contracting was also authorized to amend the contracts as needed to […]

Supervisors approve outreach services agreement

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved an agreement with Collaborative Services, Inc., to provide community outreach services for public works improvement projects. The March 2 approval calls for Collaborative Services to provide as-needed outreach services and to develop a strategy and implement an action plan for community outreach to encourage public participation and […]

Supervisors authorize application and acceptance of integrated waste management grants

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted March 2 to authorize the application and subsequent acceptance of fiscal year 2005-06 Enforcement Assistance Grant money from the California Integrated Waste Management Board. The county’s Department of Environmental Health will apply for $37,000 in grants. The grant money, if awarded, will be used to acquire and replace […]

Protomotive Racing ready for 2005 season

The Fallbrook-based Protomotive Racing team will begin its 2005 season in Sebring this month. The team has a new Mazda 6 for the Speed Challenge World touring series and will race that car March 18 at Sebring. In addition to 11 Speed World Challenge races, Protomotive Racing will also have seven Formula D drifting events in […]

Clarizio and Zember make racing debut

Two 1998 Fallbrook High School graduates made their auto racing debut February 5. Cory Clarizio and Jeff Zember drove a Toyota pickup truck in the Mojave Desert Racing Association competition in Lucerne Valley. They finished ninth among nearly 30 entrants in their class. “We were very happy,” Clarizio said of the finish. “Had a blast. It’s a […]

Adams adjusting to college golf

By the time Kenny Adams finished his high school golf career, he was the CIF individual boys champion. Now Adams, who had not played golf before entering Fallbrook High School, faces the task of working his way up in college golf. Adams now plays golf for Cal State San Marcos. “It’s a much bigger step up from […]

CSUSM, UCLA JV tie for first at Cougar Classic

Host Cal State University San Marcos and the UCLA junior varsity team tied for first place at the Cougar Classic Men’s Golf Invitational held February 28 and March 1 at the San Luis Rey Downs Country Club in Bonsall. The UCLA JV team overcame a 15-stroke deficit after the first two rounds to join Cal […]

Supervisors appropriate budget balance

When the San Diego County Board of Supervisors adopted its 2004-05 budget in June the supervisors included cuts in state funding as a factor, but the county was able to exceed its 2004-05 budget by $138.3 million as of the second-quarter status report and the supervisors voted 5-0 March 1 to appropriate $75.6 million of […]

Hatfield returns to Rainbow MWD board

Russ Hatfield’s retirement from the Rainbow Municipal Water District board of directors lasted slightly more than two years. Hatfield, who previously served from 1998 to 2002, was sworn in as a board member March 11. He replaces Tom Cole, who was recalled in the corresponding March 8 election. Hatfield represents Division 4 of the five-division district. […]

Rainbow CPG vacancies filled

The Rainbow Community Planning Group, whose participation had been reduced to two board members in January, now has board members for each of its 15 seats. Although one of those members announced plans to resign, a successor has been identified and Rainbow once again has a full Community Planning Group board. Some vacancies existed prior […]