A Thank you for septic service

With Christmas on it’s way, and having thought we had things in order, we had our septic tank collapse. I let the dogs out first thing in the morning, with my coffee in hand, and found a huge hole in the asphalt road which winds around the side of the property. Thank goodness my Dane […]

Save Our Forest thanks Bello Lei

The generosity of the staff at Bello Lei Salon is over-the-top. At a special Client Appreciation Night and Open House on Dec. 4, they adopted Save Our Forest/Fallbrook Land Conservancy as one of their charitable partners for the event. Their clients made donations to help SOF cover maintenance expenses for the tree care of our […]

Should marijuana replace avocados?

In the wake of Proposition 64 passing in California, it may be wise for Fallbrook to embrace its history with marijuana. As avocados become more difficult to grow with drought, cannabis has continued to spring up easily. It might be very beneficial for the economy and culture of Fallbrook to embrace its roots as the […]

Safeguarding our elections

Safeguarding our elections

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) The first bill I introduced this session deals with voter security. On Dec. 5, during the Legislature’s organizational session, I introduced Assembly Bill 4 (AB 4), the Voter Integrity Protection Act. The Act will verify and protect voter registration data to ensure that changes made online to voter information have […]

Horn announces Chief of Staff changes

My District 5 staff is a close-knit team and it is never easy to say goodbye. So, it is with mixed emotion I am announcing the departure of my Chief of Staff, Dustin Steiner. Dustin has been my right-hand man, my trusted advisor and my friend for the past nine years. Dustin started as my […]

Farm Bureau supports federal water legislation

FALLBROOK − Urging Congress to allow California to take full advantage of coming winter storms, the California Farm Bureau Federation said it supports the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act. “As California faces a potential sixth consecutive drought year, it’s critical for Congress to do what it can to assure we can capture as […]

The new session is beginning

The new session is beginning

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) The new legislative session begins Dec. 5, when 80 newly elected and returning Assembly-members are sworn in at the State Capitol. During this ceremonial event, the Secretary of State presents a “Certificate of Election,” stating that all members have been duly elected, and members rise to take the oath, swearing to […]

A ‘Thank You’ to the community

Do you realize how lucky we are to live in such a giving community? We do at the Foundation for Senior Care and want to say a big thank you to the generosity of the Fallbrook community and all the many ways you support our local nonprofits. We are so grateful to all those who sponsored, […]

Night in Oz excitement was memorable

I had the pleasure of attending the “Night in Oz” fundraiser for Foundation For Senior Care and I never saw so much excitement at a fundraiser. The theme was terrific as board members and employees dressed as Dorothy, the Wicked Witch of the West, Glenda the Good Witch, the Lion, Scare Crow, and Oz himself. […]

Thankful for living in the Friendly Village

With the holidays here, I have been thinking a lot about my life. I called an old friend I have known for over 35 years here in Fallbrook. His name is Tony Campbell; I ran into him this week. He does private investigations, surveillance, background checks nationwide as A/C Investigation. When I was 5 years […]