Del Mar’s paid parking program being modified – The Coast News Group

Your community. Your newspaper. In depth and independent. The Coast News Group covers Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Carmel Valley, Rancho Santa Fe, Escondido, San Marcos & Vista. Source: Del Mar’s paid parking program being modified – The Coast News Group
To access this content, you must log in or purchase a subscription to The CalCoast™ WAVE.

How lawsuits are forcing cities to face their homeless issues – The Orange County Register

A Los Angeles lawsuit, dating back to 2006, is often cited by homeless advocates as a touchstone in their legal battles against anti-camping laws and issuing of tickets to the homeless. That case, Jones v. City of Los Angeles, targeted city ordinances that restricted people from sitting, lying down and sleeping throughout the city. Source: […]
To access this content, you must log in or purchase a subscription to The CalCoast™ WAVE.

Recent storms keeping San Diego pothole repair crews busy – The San Diego Union-Tribune

The rain has wheel-rattling, alignment-popping potholes sprouting like dandelions from San Ysidro to Oceanside , creating a rare opportunity in these bitterly divided times for civic unity. Source: Recent storms keeping San Diego pothole repair crews busy – The San Diego Union-Tribune
To access this content, you must log in or purchase a subscription to The CalCoast™ WAVE.

Village life forum to address tourist woes | The Point Reyes Light

The forum will focus on Coastal Commission rules, heavy tourist traffic from cars and bikes, mounting trash problems and septic system challenges. The event will bring together a group of village associations, Sen. McGuire and Supervisor Dennis Rodoni, and representatives from Caltrans, the Coastal Commission, the Marin County Sheriff’s Office, California Highway Patrol and Point […]
To access this content, you must log in or purchase a subscription to The CalCoast™ WAVE.

San Diego cracking down on drones with new regulations – The San Diego Union-Tribune

The city legislation was created by a “working group” of city departments, the San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center, the Harbor Police and an FAA representative. The group analyzed drone laws in Poway, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Miami, Chicago and Pittsburgh, plus possible state of California laws under discussion in Sacramento.   Source: San Diego cracking […]
To access this content, you must log in or purchase a subscription to The CalCoast™ WAVE.

Grover Beach council backs marijuana business ordinance

Grover Beach plans to create a marijuana district in a 70-acre industrial zone. The initial plan only allows for medical marijuana dispensaries to open. Recreational pot shops may open in the area when the state of California begins licensing them in 2018. In conjunction with the statewide vote to legalize marijuana, Grover Beach voters backed […]
To access this content, you must log in or purchase a subscription to The CalCoast™ WAVE.