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 […]

FPUD now able to store “new” water at Lake Skinner, save money

FALLBROOK — Ten years ago, water planners for the Fallbrook Public Utility District had a vision — a vision they thought would be a no-brainer — a quick slam-dunk. Their vision: FPUD had long had rights to collect local water in the Santa Margarita River but no place to store it. Lake Skinner had the […]

Buckingham joins Village Kitchen Design

Sandra Buckingham recently moved to the Fallbrook area and is working at Village Kitchen Design as a design consultant. Sandra has seven years’ experience in the interior design industry and over 20 years’ experience in customer service. Specializing now in kitchen, bathroom and laundry room remodels, Sandra is able to accommodate just about every customer’s […]

Wild Hair Salon celebrates fifth anniversary

Who says you can’t mix business and friendship? Pat Dahmer, Julie Prest, and Chris Phillips have created a successful business off of their successful friendships by doing what they all love to do. They opened Wild Hair Salon in Fallbrook on March 24, 2000, and are about to celebrate the business’ five-year anniversary. “We all […]

Ljubenkov, Beezhold, Watson reappointed

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved the reappointments of John Ljubenkov and Jim Beezhold to seats on the Pala-Pauma Sponsor Group and Odgen Watson to his seat on the Upper San Luis Rey Resource Conservation District. The 5-0 vote March 1 seats Ljubenkov and Beezhold to terms expiring on January 5, 2009, and […]

AAUW International Group to meet

The International Discussion Group of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will meet Wednesday, March 16, at 2 p.m. at the Regency, 609 E. Elder. In continuing with the theme of “Women and Their Circumstances Around the World,” the movie “Maria Full of Grace” will be shown, with a discussion to follow. The movie […]

Department of Parks and Recreation reviewing needs surveys

The County of San Diego’s Department of Parks and Recreation is reviewing the responses to its Community Needs Assessment Survey. Approximately 60,000 surveys were sent out to residents of Fallbrook, Lakeside, and Spring Valley, the three communities in which the county operates community centers. The Department of Parks and Recreation received approximately 6,000 surveys. “The response […]

Community Bancorp Inc. to present at Sandler O’Neill conference

Community Bancorp Inc. (the “Company”), parent company of Community National Bank, has announced plans to participate in the California Emerging Bank Panel at the Sandler O’Neill & Partners West Coast Financial Services Conference. Michael J. Perdue, president and CEO of Community, will present on March 10 at 7:10 a.m. The conference, set for March 10 […]

Waddell still operates Fowler Rooter and Plumbing

FALLBROOK — “Rumors of my demise are premature and greatly exaggerated,” paraphrases Harry Waddell in reply to the recent news of his and his wife, Sirina’s, pending retirements. Harry owns and operates Fowler Rooter and Plumbing while Sirina multi-tasks as owner, salesperson, accountant, shipping and receiving clerk and janitor of her appliance store, Hometown Appliance […]

Edward Jones ranked number one

For the 12th consecutive year, Edward Jones ranked number one in Registered Representative magazine’s annual survey of the nation’s seven largest financial services firms. The magazine randomly selects brokers nationwide and asks them to rank their firms in various categories. “This ranking is formed by the opinions of our investment representatives, the people who meet […]