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Carlsbad Considering Tough Homeless Nuisance Ordinance

(Carlsbad, CA) — The City of Carlsbad in Northern San Diego County could soon be taking up some tough measures to combat the aggressive behavior of homeless persons. The council will look at a proposal to make aggressive panhandling and solicitation a misdemeanor. But the proposal goes further, making it illegal to camp on private property or open space, and cook or start fires on public property. It would also outlaw open containers of alcohol at two of the city’s parks, and prohibit the storing or leaving of personal property unattended during certain times of the day. Carlsbad Police are reporting an average of 497 homeless-related calls each month, mostly to do with drugs, alcohol, assault and property crime. But homeless advocates say the proposal focuses too much on punishment instead of solutions like housing-which has repeatedly failed to reduce homelessness. The city will consider the ordinance at a meeting next week.
CARLSBAD, CA
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New median at Main and 16th streets affects traffic circulation near ALDI

A new median on Main Street that prevents left turns from 16th Street to Main is part of the new ALDI store’s improvements. The weeklong project completed Sept. 17 was required as part of a California Environmental Quality Act review process that determined preventing left turns from 16th would reduce traffic impacts at the intersection, said Caltrans spokeswoman Cathryne Bruce-Johnson said. The environmental review also determined that 16th needed to be widened by 18 feet, which was completed as part of the overall project.
RAMONA, CA
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Multiple Fires Strain Local Fire Department Resources on Saturday

Oceanside CA— On Saturday, September 25, 2021, a two alarm fire in a downtown business and a multi-alarm brush fire that threatened structures near the corner of I-5 and CA-76 put a strain on local firefighting resources that, for a time, had every Oceanside Fire Engine and Truck assigned. At...
OCEANSIDE, CA

Oceanside events coming up

1. Spiritual Exercises Retreat for Men - Oceanside, CA; 2. Tree Planting / Plantación de Árboles; 3. Virtual Speed Dating for Professional Singles!; 4. The Active Lifestyles Expo; 5. Pianotastic! A Six String Society production;
OCEANSIDE, CA
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Julian Pie Company Is A Little-Known Southern California Spot That’s In The Middle Of Nowhere, But Worth The Drive

Family run Julian Pie Company has been churning out delicious pies for decades. You may have to trek out to the middle of nowhere to visit their store at 21976 Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, but it’s worth every mile. Julian Pie Company was named by Food Network as one of the best things to […] The post Julian Pie Company Is A Little-Known Southern California Spot That’s In The Middle Of Nowhere, But Worth The Drive appeared first on Only In Your State.
SANTA YSABEL, CA
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Fire crews contain a vegetation fire that threatened homes in Oceanside

Oceanside, CA–Fire crews contained a fast-moving three-acre vegetation fire near northbound Interstate 5 Saturday afternoon that threatened homes, according to authorities. Oceanside Fire Department, along with Cal Fire San Diego, Vista, Carlsbad, and Camp Pendleton Fire Department units responded to reports of the blaze at 2:21 p.m. in the southeast corner of Interstate 5 and Highway 76, just east of the Harbor Cliff condo community, according to Oceanside Fire Battalion Chief Jessamyn Specht.
OCEANSIDE, CA
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Oceanside Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Oceanside: Sunday, September 26: Partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Monday, September 27: Partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Tuesday, September 28: Partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Wednesday, September 29:
OCEANSIDE, CA
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READER’s EDITORIAL: SANTEE CITY COUNCIL IS CONSIDERING LEGALIZING MARIJUANA: VOICE YOUR CONCERNS AT NEXT WORKSHOP OCTOBER 13

September 26, 2021 (Santee) -- The city Councilmembers and staff of Santee should be congratulated on their historical opposition to allowing cannabis dispensaries to open up in our city. For years, they have maintained the health and safety of our citizens as their primary concerns. In contrast, anyone who travels...
SANTEE, CA

The final chapter of the Fulton Farm

SAN MARCOS, Calif. — In 1893 a man named John Fulton purchased 65 acres of land and perched his barn and house on top a hill. 128 years later its still there and currently on the property is John Fulton’s great-great-great-great-great-great granddaughter. But for those who grew up on the...
SAN MARCOS, CA
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Two Oceanside restaurants damaged in fire

Two downtown Oceanside restaurants suffered “significant damage” as a result of a fire that broke out Saturday morning, Oceanside fire officials reported. The fire started about 10 a.m. at Benito’s Pizza Café on Mission Avenue near Freeman Street, said Oceanside fire Battalion Chief Jess Specht. The blaze then crossed over into the neighboring attic of Angry Chickz.
OCEANSIDE, CA
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North County Athletes In College Football

San Diego State 48 Towson U of MD 21 SDSU performers Mount Carmel’s Lucas Johnson 149 yards passing 1 touchdown pass of 16 yards. -Bonita Vista alum Jordan Byrd 7 carries for 75 yards and 2 touchdowns. -Christian alum Jesse Matthews 2 receptions for 18 yards. -Scripps Ranch alum Mehki...
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Daily Weather Forecast For Oceanside

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Oceanside: Monday, September 27: Patchy fog then partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Tuesday, September 28: Mostly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Wednesday, September 29: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy overnight;
OCEANSIDE, CA
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UCSD’s International Institute aims to help Afghan scholars — and their research — get to safety

The International Institute at UC San Diego in La Jolla is looking to raise money to provide refuge to Afghan scholars during a “terrifying” time, its co-director says. Jade Guedes, who also is an associate professor at UCSD’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Department of Anthropology, said the institute has teamed with the Scholars at Risk Network, a nationwide human-rights program begun at New York University to advocate for foreign scholars in danger.
SAN DIEGO, CA

San Diego-area district warns of students coming to school after receiving positive COVID-19 results

Some students have been “attending school with symptoms present or, in a few limited cases, students attending school with known COVID-19 positive test results.”. That alarming sentence is from an update that Andy Johnsen, superintendent of the San Marcos Unified School District, sent to all parents on Sept. 10. He stressed that less than 1 percent of the district’s roughly 20,000 students have so far tested positive for coronavirus infection, and aggressive on-site testing, contact tracing and quarantine protocols aim to keep those numbers low.
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