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How they voted, March 14

CITY COUNCILS

CARLSBAD

The Carlsbad City Council met in closed session Tuesday to discuss litigation. In open session, the council will discuss the regulations around redistricting of council boundaries. Staff was asked to bring back information on a redistricting commission, and to schedule virtual meetings in each district about redistricting. A hearing was held and the council approved dividing a 7.2-acre parcel north of Calle Timiteo and La Costa Avenue into two lots, one with 76 townhomes and one with 19 affordable condominiums. The council approved a resolution adopting the Clean Energy Alliance’s default power supply for city customers. A request to adopt a resolution declaring a climate emergency was discussed and staff was asked to give it further review before bringing it back to the council.

ENCINITAS

The Encinitas City Council met Wednesday and held a swearing-in ceremony for newly appointed District 3 member Joy Lyndes. The council approved joining the California Community Housing Agency and supporting the agency’s issuance of tax-exempt bonds for essential middle-income rental housing.

ESCONDIDO

The Escondido City Council met in closed session Wednesday to discuss litigation and the city manager position. The council agreed to continue the closed session to today to discuss the city manager position. In open session, the council discussed an update to its Climate Action Plan, and whether to incorporate action on reducing plastic waste. The council approved the plan update without adding any restrictions on plastic waste. Mayor Paul MacNamara asked that an amendment adding plastic waste restrictions be put on a future agenda. The council interviewed candidates for a library board trustee position. Herminia Ledesma was appointed 3-2 to the Planning Commission. Councilman Mike Morasco asked that an agenda item be added to consider the way Planning Commission members are chosen.

OCEANSIDE

The Oceanside City Council met in closed session Wednesday to discuss labor negotiations, litigation and property negotiations. In open session, the council held a hearing and approved permits for a cannabis cultivation and nursery facility within four greenhouses at 5712 N. River Road. The council discussed homelessness in the city but declined to create an emergency declaration. The city has several plans in the works and agreed to continue their progress. Among them, the city is preparing to open a shelter with wrap-around services and daytime activities to help homeless people develop a housing plan and get services. The council also discussed Alex Road Skate Park and directed staff to work on providing restrooms at the park, and also to return with funding recommendations to make safety improvements.

SAN MARCOS

The San Marcos City Council met Tuesday and approved participating in the county’s fire mitigation fee program. The council rejected a protest related to a construction bid for the 2021 citywide ADA infrastructure improvement project and awarded the bid to Baker Electric. A hearing was held on uses for Community Development Block Grant funds.

SOLANA BEACH

The Solana Beach City Council met in closed session Wednesday to discuss litigation. In open session, the council held a hearing and approved a temporary use permit for the Santa Fe Christian Schools for temporary modular classroom buildings. The council heard a report on the Solana Energy Alliance transition activities, and approved a resolution selecting Clean Energy Alliance and the Clean 75 Percent as the default energy power supply for city customers.

VISTA

The Vista City Council met Tuesday to discuss single-use plastics. Staff was directed to bring back information on phasing out single-use plastics, including polystyrene containers, to help with crafting an ordinance. The council also heard a traffic calming program update, and approved four budget adjustments after hearing its second-quarter financial report.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

BONSALL

The Bonsall Unified School District board met in closed session Wednesday to discuss litigation, property negotiations and labor negotiations. In open session, Superintendent David Jones confirmed the announcement of his resignation at the end of the school year. The board approved a retirement incentive of 13 percent of base salary for certificated and classified employees. The board reviewed and approved its second interim financial report.

CARDIFF

The Cardiff School District board met Thursday and approved its second interim financial report. The board also heard a Measure GG report. A closed session followed to discuss litigation and labor negotiations.

CARLSBAD

The Carlsbad Unified School District board met in closed session Wednesday. In open session, the board discussed public comments on the renovation projects at Buena Vista and Jefferson elementary schools. The board approved reopening talks on two contract items with the Carlsbad Unified Teachers Association; and agreed to issue $63 million in bonds to finance projects approved by Measure HH.

ENCINITAS

The Encinitas Union School District board met in closed session Tuesday to discuss litigation and personnel. In open session, the board heard a presentation from Right at School as a possibility to take over the district’s before- and after-school child care programs. The board also discussed a proposal for a series of board workshops in support of equity work, and heard an update on its Green Initiative Program.

ESCONDIDO

The Escondido Union School District board met in closed session Thursday to discuss litigation and labor negotiations. In open session, the board heard an update on school reopening. The board also reviewed and approved its second interim financial report.

The Escondido Union High School District board met in closed session Tuesday to discuss personnel, litigation and labor negotiations. In open session, the board approved a recommendation for all students to return on campus in a hybrid learning model starting with the senior class on March 23, followed by all students on April 6. The board also heard an update on the first semester of Middle College at Orange Glen.

FALLBROOK

The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District board met in closed session to discuss personnel Monday. In open session, the board heard a presentation on the school counselor program and the focus on social/emotional learning and student connectedness at Live Oak Elementary. The board approved an Associate Student Body Special Revenue Fund, and approved continuing a four-day/week extended school year schedule beginning in June.

OCEANSIDE

The Oceanside Unified School District board met in closed session Tuesday to discuss property negotiations, litigation and labor negotiations. In open session, the board discussed the offers made for the Pacifica property. The board voted to authorize the negotiation of letter of intent and a purchase and sale agreement with DR Horton for the site. The board also voted to have all middle and high school grades return to campus in a hybrid in-person instructional model the week of March 29.

POWAY

The Poway Unified School District board met in closed session Thursday to discuss property negotiations, litigation and personnel. In regular session, the board approved the phased-in expansion of small student cohorts on campus starting Monday. An update was presented on the progress made in improving equity and access to students with disabilities.

RAMONA

The Ramona Unified School District board met in closed session Thursday to discuss personnel and labor negotiations. In regular session, the board reviewed its Local Control Accountability Plan and approved its second interim financial plan.

SAN PASQUAL

The San Pasqual Union School District board met in closed session Tuesday to discuss litigation and personnel. In open session, the board reviewed and accepted its second interim budget report. The board also approved an agreement with the San Diego County Office of Education to participate in the Virtual Outdoor Education Program.

SOLANA BEACH

The Solana Beach School District board met in closed session Thursday to discuss litigation, personnel and labor negotiations. In open session, the board chose the logo created by Mary Tomlinson, freelance graphic artist and former district parent. The board discussed increases to the 2021-22 fees for the Solana Beach Child Development Center preschool; and reviewed and accepted its 2020-21 second interim financial report.

VALLECITOS/RAINBOW

The Vallecitos School District board met Tuesday to review and accept its second interim budget and multiyear projections. A closed session to discuss labor negotiations followed.