Letters to the Editor
April 1 issue: My view of ‘Big Picture’ RSF Association Art Jury objectives The following are high-level RSF Association objectives important to me, as an Association member, and as a board member: 1) Retaining our architectural authority. 2) Retaining our rural ambiance.
Jan. 7 issue: Thank you Marlene King Thank you to Marlene King for her steadfast resolve!
Nov. 5 issue: Misinformation about the SDFA There’s a discussion in the community driven by misinformation and misunderstanding about the San Dieguito Faculty Association (SDFA).
July 16 issue: The importance (and reward) of being a school board trustee Somewhere amidst all the social turmoil and ongoing pandemic, the basic needs around educating our children needs to be kept front and center.
March 26 issue: Gratitude and we will get through this together During these literally unprecedented times, we’d like to offer our thanks and encouragement to the RSF Association and Golf Club staff for their unstinting service to our community -- often going above and beyond.
May 23 issue: Consider improvement assessment for roundabouts On Feb. 7, the RSF Association sent a letter to the Covenant Design Review Committee (CDRC) to ensure the CDRC enforces the Covenant, noting excessive grading with unrestrained mass and scale along with homes inconsistent with Latin-style design.
Editor’s Note: The following letter was sent to Kenton Jones, managing traffic engineer for San Diego County, the RSF Association Board of Directors, and RSF Patrol Chief Matt Wellhouser.
Water rates: Enough of the ‘Tier System’ It was with great pleasure that I read the recent article written by Joe Tash with regards to the RSF Association’s stance against the Santa Fe Irrigation District on yet another rate increase and another Tier system as well as Mr.
Joe Burnett, CEO of ClearPoint Neuro and a Rancho Santa Fe resident, recently relocated his company headquarters from Orange County to Solana Beach.
For the first time since the State CIF went to an Open Division playoff format in boys and girls basketball, the San Diego Section has a No. 1 seed in the Open Division of the Southern California Regional playoffs.