Category archives for: Rancho Santa Fe

Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District implements nuisance fire alarm fee

The ordinance was created and adopted in an effort to protect the safety and welfare of district residents from the adverse impacts caused by false alarms.

Rancho Santa Fe School District’s Cindy Schaub to join South Bay Union School District

The South Bay Union School District has named Cindy Schaub as the district’s new Assistant Superintendent of Educational Leadership. Schaub currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services in the Rancho Santa Fe School District.

San Diego realtor pleads guilty to prostitution-related crimes

San Diego realtor Michael E. Lustig pleaded guilty in federal court July 31 to prostitution-related crimes, admitting that he paid for sex with a 13-year-old girl on several occasions.

Lustig, who was indicted by a federal grand jury in October of 2013, entered his plea before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mitchell D. Dembin. (At that time Lustig was reported to be a Rancho Santa Fe resident.) Sentencing was set for Nov. 3, 2014, at 9 a.m. before U.S. District Judge Roger T. Benitez.

Nonprofit Pegasus Rising in urgent need of a new home for horses

The therapy horses of Pegasus Rising of Rancho Santa Fe need a new home — and fast. Courtesy photo

The horses of Pegasus Rising are in need of a rescue again: After six years at the Valenti Ranch in Rancho Santa Fe, the organization that provides equine therapy to military personnel is in urgent need of a new home. They need to be out by Aug. 15.

Water-use restrictions on tap for Rancho Santa Fe water district

For the first time since 2011, customers of the Santa Fe Irrigation District face mandatory water-use restrictions, including a limit of three days per week to water outdoor landscaping.

The district’s board of directors will consider a staff recommendation to declare a “Level 2” water shortage response at its meeting Thursday, Aug. 21. The move is needed to comply with a state water conservation mandate issued on July 15.

If approved, the restrictions would limit watering to early morning or evening; prohibit runoff or overspray from sprinklers; allow watering no more than three days per week based on a schedule established by the district; and require any water leaks to be repaired within 72 hours. (For the full list of restrictions, see below.)

Possible site, price tag presented for proposed Rancho Santa Fe pool and fitness center

The committee exploring a potential pool and fitness center for Rancho Santa Fe has zeroed in on a workable location and come up with a tentative price tag for the facility. A site between the Player’s Club of the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club and the Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club was presented at a July 15 meeting, as well as a potential $10 million-$15 million price tag.

Rancho Santa Fe water district receives national award in financial reporting for eighth year

This is the eighth year successively that Santa Fe Irrigation District has received this award.

Frank to run again for Rancho Santa Fe School board

RSF School District Board of Trustees President Todd Frank has decided to seek re-election on the Rancho Santa Fe School District Board.

Survey shows community doesn’t support bond for new Rancho Santa Fe School gym at this time

The Rancho Santa Fe School District has received the results from its community interest survey on the possibility to rebuild the school gym. At a July 21 special board meeting, Superintendent Lindy Delaney reported that 54.3 percent of the community is not interested in supporting a bond on the November ballot at this time.

“The results showed us the interest in the community for fixing up the gym is not as strong as we had hoped to see,” Delaney said. “I think the community spoke and said ‘Please wait.’”

Fire sprinkler extinguishes garage fire

On July 24, at 2:02 a.m., firefighters from the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District responded to a residential fire in the 10000 block of Lone Dove Street in 4S Ranch. When they arrived on scene, firefighters found that a single sprinkler head had activated and extinguished a fire in the garage near the water heater. One person was home at the time and was able to safely evacuate the home.

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