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Chanting “fossil fuels have got to go” and holding signs urging neighbors not to be a “fossil fool,” Encinitas students and local residents marched along Coast Highway 101 Sept. 20 in support of bolder action to address climate change.
A boutique luxury hotel project with multiple bars can proceed as planned, the Encinitas City Council unanimously agreed Wednesday, Sept. 18, as it rejected an opponent’s appeal of a city Planning Commission decision.
RVers who plan to picnic in the parking lot at Moonlight Beach next summer may want to rethink those plans.
Several Encinitas residents asked the City Council Sept. 18 to keep 5G wireless technology out of the city, with a community workshop to discuss the issue scheduled Sept. 23 from 5-7 p.m. at the Encinitas Community Center.
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