We are now fully one third into this fiscal year and the projects that the Rancho Santa Fe Association board has undertaken are moving along rapidly. Some are even at the finish line.
Let’s start with our Number One priority: building our technology infrastructure. As I have mentioned before, we have all hands on deck for this big and somewhat complicated priority. We are working with existing cell and WiFi providers to find ways that they can offer improved service throughout the Covenant. We have asked all the big players (AT&T, Cox, Time Warner, Verizon) to develop competitive proposals for us and we should be receiving those in the next month or so.
A new design approach has been given to the proposed upscale senior facility on Via de la Valle, Rancho Del Mar. The facility, proposed for the 23.88 acres next to the San Diego Polo Club that serves as a dirt parking lot, has been in the works for several years.
A founder of the Charter Society at Scripps Clinic, Stein also was a board member of the Women’s Division of the Jewish Federation and has been involved, as a board member and gala chair, with Casa de Amparo for more than 25 years. In 2007, she was named a Woman of Dedication by the Salvation Army.
Donald V. Totten — who had previously operated a lucrative mortgage business from his Rancho Santa Fe home — was sentenced today to 30 months in prison by U.S. District Judge Michael M. Anello for orchestrating a host of fraud schemes.
A Rancho Santa Fe teenager put her love for books and passion for giving back into starting her own non-profit Books for Friends, which seeks to get more literature into the hands of kids who need it most.
The Santa Fe Irrigation District’s (SFID) Board approved an updated agreement with the City of San Diego and the San Dieguito Water District (SDWD) to preserve SFID and SDWD rights to local water supplies from Lake Hodges.
Local R. Roger Rowe students were out selling papers to support Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego
The Insight Vision Center Sponsorship Program “provides patients with comprehensive vision examinations and vision therapy through interaction with the schools and community
Students and their families were invited to spend lunchtime in the garden, enjoy the fall weather and decorate pumpkins
Attendees had the opportunity to meet some of the San Pasqual Academy’s successful alumni and learn more about “Friends.”