Fallbrook Regional Health District and property taxes

FALLBROOK – Many residents have questions and misperceptions regarding the funding of Special Districts through property taxes. In an effort to clarify the matter, Fallbrook Regional Health District has provided the following brief history followed by answers to most commonly asked questions. Fallbrook (Hospital) Healthcare District was a government entity operating under the Local Health […]

Road paving work scheduled on S. Mission Rd. April 25

The final road paving on South Mission Road near Fallbrook High School will be performed Tuesday, April 25 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The paving will affect traffic in the southbound lanes between Olive Hill Road and Overland Trail as only one lane will be open. Electronic signs will be placed in the area on Monday, April 24, to give drivers […]

Caregiving workshop includes information about making the most of doctor visits

  SAN MARCOS – State Senator Joel Anderson is hosting a free workshop with the Southern Caregiver Resource Center on Friday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to educate community members about caregiving and communication techniques, building better relationships with their physicians, and obtaining helpful resources. In addition, an expert will address what […]

Man walking in De Luz is bit by rattlesnake

DE LUZ ­– A rattlesnake bit a man walking in the area of Carancho and Los Gatos roads in De Luz at approximately 1:30 p.m. Monday, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. The victim, whose name was not released, was able to immediately summon help, according to a fire department representative. He was treated […]

Golf tournament to raise funds for Cheyne’s Brain Foundation

CARLSBAD – Birdie or bogey each hole, it doesn’t matter. Each swing at the Cheyne’s Brain Charity Golf Tournament is an ace. Tee off on Friday, April 21 at the Pala Mesa Resort Golf Club to help community members affected by traumatic brain injuries. Held on one of Southern California’s most challenging courses, the tournament features a […]

County employee donations help local nonprofits

James Kecskes County of San Diego Communications Office On March 28, the San Diego County Employees’ Charitable Organization distributed $178,630 in grants to 92 nonprofit organizations throughout the San Diego region. The funds are provided through the donations of County of San Diego employees and retirees. Checks were presented to recipients by CECO at its […]

Help needed in locating missing man

Trevor Montgomery Breaking News Writer On April 6, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department sent out a notice asking for the public’s help locating a missing person, Daniel Joseph Frank Foster, 28, of Fallbrook. According to sheriff’s officials, Foster disappeared “under suspicious circumstances and may have met with foul play”. At that time, it was thought […]

Supervisors approve marijuana dispensary ban

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted to ban 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 facilities and existing facilities which will be given a five-year amortization period. Greg Cox […]

Supervisors express opposition to proposed legislation reducing local control

Three potential new state laws which would affect only the County of San Diego now have official opposition from the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. A 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote March 21 directed the county’s chief administrative officer to: draft a letter expressing the county supervisors’ opposition to Assembly Bill 801, which would […]

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