AMR will provide several new services to the CSA 17 region, including a full-time, around the clock supervisor who will coordinate all ambulance activity to ensure the most efficient deployment of resources and 24-hour-a-day bilingual dispatchers and translation services.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association Board of Directors will meet in a one-day planning retreat with the RSF Golf Club Board of Governors on Nov. 21 at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe.
On Sept. 9, the state Attorney General’s office filed a formal accusation against Dr. Keith D. Kanner on behalf of the California Board of Psychology. The accusation alleges that Kanner engaged in a sexual relationship with the mother of a juvenile patient, and also failed to properly document his treatment of the patient.
Harry Leibowitz and Kay Isaacson-Leibowitz of Rancho Sante Fe, the co-founders of World of Children® Award, are among America’s top five inspiring power couples, according to the Huffington Post. The couples were chosen for their commitment to “working together to create change.” The World of Children® Award co-founders were recognized alongside Bill and Melinda Gates.
Planning for a farmers market in the Rancho Santa Fe village hit a roadblock last week when the RSF Association board found out that a portion of the proposed location may not be feasible.
The Rancho Santa Fe School District Board of Trustees approved Nov. 7 a proposal from Public Policy Strategies to gather feedback from district residents on the possibility of building a new school gym.
A handful of parents came before the RSF School District board at its Nov. 7 meeting to voice their code complaints.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association board voted Nov. 7 to change the name of the Art Jury to the Covenant Design Review Committee.
For three generations, the Gildred family has helped shape Balboa Park and the San Diego region.
In recognition of 78 years of leadership, stewardship and volunteer service in Balboa Park, the Friends of Balboa Park honored the family with the Millennium Award during the 13th annual awards luncheon Oct. 29 at the Balboa Park Club.
A Rancho Santa Fe man has revived his proposal to expand California’s Legislature to 12,000 members in an effort to reduce the influence of campaign contributions in state politics.