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This year the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce is urging locals to "Discover your Community." There is so much here to discover and explore. Comment?
As the North County Fire Protection District looks forward to 2015, there are two significant issues that we will be watching closely and that will directly impact public safety one is old and ongoing, the other is a new challenge. The first challenge that faces us in the new year is the status of the drought that has plagued the Golden State for several years. Comment?
Not only will the historic site celebrate its 120-year anniversary with an exterior restoration over the summer, efforts are also being made by the Bonsall Education Foundation to reach out to people who would like to tell of their experiences as former students of the schoolhouse. Saldana was born on November 19, 1928 in Colton, Calif., the son of Elias and Francisca Saldana. Comment?
Butch is survived by his wife of 50 years, Sharon, and their daughter, Danielle, both of Fallbrook; his mother, Dora, and sister, Maryann of Pala; sister Candy of Vista; Aunt Marg., and many cousins, nieces, nephews, and close friends. Comment?
San Diego County's Local Agency Formation Commission updated the spheres of influence for the North County Fire Protection District and the Vista Fire Protection District, including removing approximately 2,815 acres in northern Pala from the NCFPD sphere. "There really is no practical way for us to reach that area and provide service," said NCFPD fire chief Bill Metcalf. Comment?
Sandy Simpson holds up the card she withdrew from the second pouch while her hubby Scott awaits in their vintage 380SL at Palomares House, one of the ... Darla Voorhees gets ready to hop back into their 1962 Chevy Bel Air after selecting a card from a pouch. Three winners, from left, Scott Simpson, Doug Allen and Larry Guthrie tied for the first place award in the timed road rally run. Comment?
The administrator of a Recycling Market Development Zone must reapply for renewal of the zone every 10 years, and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors utilized that opportunity to expand the North San Diego County Recycling Market Development Zone. The redesignation approved by a 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote Oct. 29 adds Camp Pendleton, Pala, Pauma Valley, and other North County communities east of the original area as well as the cities of Encinitas and Santee. Comment?
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