GASPAR: SANDAG Tax is the Thirty Dollar Frozen Yogurt Cone

Brian Brady Brian Brady 2 Comments

I spoke with Encinitas Mayor and County Board of Supervisors candidate Kristin Gaspar today about the SANDAG tax scheme.  We are hopeful she can get its support on the Encinitas City Council for an up or down vote– We’d like to smoke out the tax hikers on the City Councils.  (FWIW, Kristin Gaspar is opposed to the SANDAG tax scheme). …

The Coastal Rail-Trail

Jerome Stocks Jerome Stocks 0 Comments

This recently came across my inbox: Gaspar and Muir NO vote on the Cardiff Coastal Rail Trail Project By Mayor Gaspar and Council member Muir The Coastal Rail Trail project is not new; it was originally envisioned in the late 1980s. Several prior councils recognized the negative impacts this project would have on our coastal community and, as a result, did not …

San Diego County Gun Owners PAC Announces Two Changes in City Council Ratings

Tommy Knepper San Diego County Gun Owners 35 Comments

After announcing our launch on October 21, San Diego County Gun Owners PAC received numerous inquiries about our ratings from both concerned city councilmembers, wanting to change their rating, and concerned voters who wanted to know why their elected official received a positive or negative rating. After reviewing information provided to us about some of the local city council members, …

BIA vs. Encinitas Lawsuit

Jerome Stocks Jerome Stocks 0 Comments

On October 10, 2014, the San Diego County Building Industry Association (BIA), a CA not for profit Trade Association, sued the City of Encinitas in Superior court (case# 37-2014-0034550-CU-WM-NC) because of changes the City Council adopted in how the city should interpret Government Code section 65915, also known as the “Density Bonus Law.” According to BIA Vice-President Matt Adams, the …

Encinitas Community Park… Finally!!

Jerome Stocks Jerome Stocks 5 Comments

Everybody loves a park, right? Right? I asked twice because apparently some people do not. How else can you explain why it took 14 years to turn a piece of prime Encinitas real estate, west of I-5 mind you, into the new park that finally will open on Saturday January 10th? Fourteen years of lawsuits, name calling, motive questioning, opposition, …