Coldwell Banker announces top agents

Coldwell Banker Landmark Group’s top producing agents for July: Bonnie Haines (left), Susie Emory (right) and Charles Lloyd (not pictured). Coldwell Banker Landmark Group’s Top Selling Agents for the month of July: Cheryl Pizzo (left), Geri Sides (right) and Cheri Mundell (not pictured).

CDBG info meeting Sept. 27 in Fallbrook

The Board of Supervisors approved the Fiscal Year 2007-08 annual funding plan strategy for US Department of Housing and Urban Development grants which includes setting hearing dates for the Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, Emergency Shelter Grant, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS funding plans. The supervisors’ September 19 approval includes setting […]

Kepley joins Century 21 Award Fallbrook office

Century 21 Award has announced that agent Jane Kepley has joined the firm’s Fallbrook branch office. A 22-year resident of Fallbrook, Kepley is very involved in her community and knows the needs of her clients. She specializes in the north San Diego County and Temecula areas. Kepley can be contacted via phone at (760) 622-0204 or e-mail at […]

Brandon Gallery open house Sept. 30

The Brandon Gallery, the oldest juried co-operative gallery in North County, is having a very special open house on September 30 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be refreshments, a raffle, a silent auction, a painting demonstration by award-winning pastel artist Karen Levi, live music and much more. Brandon Gallery is located at […]

Rainbow Water District labor negotiations continue

The employees of Rainbow Municipal Water District (RMWD) appear to be at wits’ end with their labor negotiations with the agency. A press release from the City Employee Association (CEA) (representatives of both RMWD employee associations), says, “The district came to the table with a ‘takeaway’ package of proposals that would make the employees worse […]

August real estate appears to ‘bottom out’

Two prime real estate markets in North San Diego County appeared to bottom out during August, reflecting a hoped-for normalization of home-buying activity, Jerry Kalman, RE/MAX United, reports. “Average selling prices for 37 homes that closed escrow in Fallbrook and Bonsall rose ten percent over July 2006 and five percent higher than August 2005 to […]

Yates appears in reunion with Premieres

Arlene Yates, who was in a band called the Premiers before moving to Fallbrook, appeared with the band during a reunion June 24 at the Legion Hall in Pico Rivera. “It was nice getting together with them,” Yates said. The Premiers are best known for their 1960’s hit “Farmer John,” although Yates joined the band […]

Oceguera joins Sunshine Properties GMAC

FALLBROOK — Gloria Oceguera, a resident of the United States, was born in Jalisco, Mexico, on July 9, 1984, and was raised in Fallbrook since the age of 6. From first grade throughout elementary school she was recognized for her achievements in general studies. She graduated from Fallbrook High School in 2002 and went to […]

Effort to save mural underway

FALLBROOK — A Fallbrook landmark, the historic mural on Main Avenue, is falling apart. Located on the south-facing wall of the Fallbrook Tire Company next to 7-11, the sepia-toned mural is faded and peeling and in desperate need of work. The mural is a charming replica of an early 20th century photo of Fallbrook’s main […]

‘Gregory Canyon Dump no longer needed!’ -Third District Supervisor Pam-Slater Price

In a public meeting called by San Diego County’s Department of Environmental Health last week, San Diego County 3rd District Supervisor Pam-Slater Price and other Gregory Canyon Landfill project opponents voiced strong opposition to the Revised Partial Draft Environmental Impact Report (RPDEIR) being circulated for public comment while proponents defended it. Supervisor Price reminded board […]