The body of a missing Rancho Santa Fe woman was found in a park near State Route 56 early April 3 following her apparent suicide, authorities reported.
Susan Bazeley, 61, failed to show up for work Wednesday morning, April 2, sheriff’s Lt. Clayton Lisk said. Her husband reported her missing about 6 p.m., and her car was found later in the evening at Canyonside Community Park in Rancho Penasquitos.
Just after midnight, her body was discovered in the park, along with a suicide note, according to San Diego police.
The membership of the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club conducted their own internal vote recently on the RSF Association’s $2.4 million purchase of the facility and an overwhelming number of members were in favor of the sale. Votes counted on March 31 showed 96 percent of the members approved the sale and 4 percent were opposed, according to Helen DiZio, RSF Garden Club president.
The Solana Beach School District recently announced the appointment of Becky Gauthier as principal of Solana Santa Fe Elementary School in Rancho Santa Fe.
Gauthier has served as interim principal at Solana Santa Fe School since Dec. 2, 2013.
The committee looking at the potential to add a pool and fitness center at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club is making quick progress, according to Association Director Heather Slosar, who serves as the board’s liaison on the committee.
The group is studying potential location, facility design and potential financing, and hopes to have a concept design done by May 1. Slosar said at that time the goal is to engage Club Mark to prepare a community-wide survey by the end of May to gauge members’ opinions on the cost and design of the project, as well as the desire for the facilities.
The Santa Fe Irrigation District Board of Directors took formal action to cut the pay and health benefits of its members at its meeting on Thursday, March 20.
Several people spoke out against the market during public comment, with concerns ranging from clean-up, security, traffic, competition with the Village Market, and the charity selection.
The Santa Fe Irrigation District has joined forces with other water agencies and civic groups in San Diego County to protest proposed rate increases by the Metropolitan Water District, Southern California’s water wholesaler.
The ballot for the vote on the Rancho Santa Fe Association’s $2.4 million purchase of the RSF Garden Club will be mailed on April 4.
Rancho Santa Fe Association board candidate Daniel Bunn has withdrawn his name from the RSF Association board race.
Four candidates will now vie for two seats on the RSF Association Board of Directors in the spring election. The three-year terms of RSF Association board members Ann Boon and Larry Spitcaufsky will expire at the end of June. The four candidates now competing for the two seats are: (alphabetical order) Dominick Addario, Ann Boon, Susan Callahan and Kim Eggleston.
On the verge of two community-wide votes in Rancho Santa Fe, many residents are questioning the voter registration process itself. Residents are wondering why they have to register at all and why it isn’t an automatic right once they become a member of the Covenant.