As an exploratory committee looks at the possibility of a potential pool and fitness center in Rancho Santa Fe, a variety of options are on the table as far as location this early on in the process. While no location has officially been proposed, some members of the RSF Tennis Club heard that one option would house the facility at their club so they visited the RSF Association board to express their objection.
Rancho Santa Fe Covenant residents recently received a packet at their home sent through FedEx from a group opposed to the RSF Association’s purchase of the RSF Garden Club sale.
Rancho Santa Fe Association Manager Pete Smith has announced his decision to retire, ending a 23-year run in the Covenant. Smith, who has been on sick leave recently, announced he is stepping away at the April 16 Alumni Dinner, in front of about 50 current and former Association directors and Covenant Design Review Committee members.
All Rancho Santa Fe Covenant condominium owners are free to swing away as the RSF Association board voted 7-0 on April 17 in favor of granting condominium owners RSF Golf Club membership rights.
The agencies are the Santa Fe Irrigation District, the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District and the Rancho Santa Fe Community Services District. Seats on each of the three boards that govern the agencies come up for election in November.
4G wireless coverage will improve in RSF
Corduan presented his new ideas to the Rancho Santa Fe School board on April 3, including changes to the student council election process, more enrichment classes and a new sixth grade camp destination, possibly extending the camp to include seventh and eighth graders as well.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association will pursue granting RSF Golf Club membership rights to condo owners in the Covenant. The change would require a modification of the Association’s Articles of Incorporation and would be subject to a member vote.
At its April 3 meeting, the RSF Association board directed its attorneys to draft language to amend the articles and the bylaws to give condo owners the right to join the RSF Golf Club, as well as an amendment that would give condo owners both the Golf Club membership rights and the right to vote.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association is looking for members to serve on a new committee that will tackle the voting registration process. The board members voted on April 3 to post a notice for interested members and directed their counsel to come back to their April 17 meeting with more information on alternative registration possibilities. The board aims to establish the committee at its May 1 meeting.
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.