Rancho Santa Fe Review

RSF Connect town hall held as community vote continues

It was a packed house at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club for a town hall on the Rancho Santa Fe Association’s fiber-optic project on Sept. 14. The ballots on the $13-14 million project had been out for a few days and some said they had already cast their vote on the network, which will bring one-gigabit...

RSF Connect town hall held as community vote continues

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  • Overcoming ego brings success for local author and businessman

    Overcoming ego brings success for local author and businessman

    In 2005, Brandon Black took over as CEO of Encore Capital Group, a San Diego-based company that acquires and collects consumer debt such as credit card balances of card-holders who are in arrears. But all was not well. The Great Recession was coming, the company's stock price was tanking and its...

  • Range balls now complimentary at RSF Golf Club

    Range balls now complimentary at RSF Golf Club

    Good news for your long game: Driving range balls are now free at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club. The Rancho Santa Fe Association board approved the change at its Sept. 7 meeting. The club had been charging a $3-$5 fee for bags, which resulted in about $24,000 in annual revenue for the club. RSF...

  • 100% Chiropractic making adjustments in new Cielo office

    100% Chiropractic making adjustments in new Cielo office

    100% Chiropractic, a chiropractic wellness center, celebrated its grand opening in Cielo Village on Aug. 17. The new business aims to educate and empower patients to take charge of their health, rather than just treat symptoms. 100% Chiropractic offers chiropractic care, chiropractic x-rays, massage...

  • Miracle Babies fundraiser to help mothers of critically ill newborns

    Miracle Babies fundraiser to help mothers of critically ill newborns

    Suzanne Seui was expecting her fourth child when she received devastating news: Her daughter, Manaia, would be born with a rare and serious condition that causes intestines to push into the chest cavity. It would require major surgery soon after birth, and an extended stay in the neonatal intensive...

  • For Your Sweetheart: Local resident raises awareness about diabetes link to heart disease

    For Your Sweetheart: Local resident raises awareness about diabetes link to heart disease

    Rancho Santa Fe Attack’s Malcolm Tovey is taking part in For Your Sweetheart, a national campaign to raise awareness about the critical link between type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Tovey, a type 2 diabetic, was unaware of the link until he discovered he had two blocked arteries and would likely...

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  • Rancho Santa Fe Association Tech Committee makes significant progress

    Rancho Santa Fe Association Tech Committee makes significant progress

    The Rancho Santa Fe Association high-speed internet project continues to pick up significant momentum. The Technology Committee is currently reviewing and comparing proposals submitted by Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Requests for Proposals were sent to all current providers of internet services...

  • March 9: Letters to the Editor

    End of an era An ordinary day...browsing through mail I noticed a piece in the Rancho Santa Fe Review. McNally’s Antique Store was closing! Scratch the plan to take my daughter Jenn to McNally’s for her 15th anniversary present. The opportunity to override Jenn’s “Techie Mentality” -- gone! Giving...

  • High-speed Internet service project moves into design and engineering phase

    High-speed Internet service project moves into design and engineering phase

    The RSF Association Technology Committee is advancing the high-speed Internet project and will commission a firm to create plans for the architecture of a fiber network. The RSF Association Board of Directors deemed this project the most important strategic initiative for 2017, and the Tech Committee...

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