Opinion

Letters to the Editor
  • Coyote pet protection Thank you for your excellent and topically important article, “Coyotes ‘Out of Control’ in Carmel Valley.”
  • Perseverance pays off in rate case ruling When the San Diego County Water Authority filed its initial rate case lawsuit in 2010 against the Los Angeles-based Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, we knew it would be a marathon.
  • Clarifying how SFID’s 9% revenue adjustment translates into varying percentage rate increases Regarding the June 22 article, “Water Board approves budget containing rate increase,” I wish to explain the inaccuracies behind the following statement: “…and two 9 percent rate increases already instituted in January and last June.”
  • Better building designs needed for young adults with special needs In the past six years, I have mentored and worked with 300 architects and soon to be architects.
  • Village update “So how did your week go?” I asked my neighbor. (True story.)
  • Rancho Santa Fe Association board member makeup The elected Board of Directors of the RSF Association can present a potential majority conflict of interest if they are also directors or members on other boards within the Covenant.
  • Untold story is the state’s school funding formula On the field, Torrey Pines is our archrival.
  • Rancho Santa Fe Association Assessment fees The Rancho Santa Fe HOA dues discrepancy issue, mentioned in an article in our local RSF newspaper recently, is but one of several problems with our current assessment situation.
  • Rancho Santa Fe Association Assessment fees The Rancho Santa Fe HOA dues discrepancy issue, mentioned in an article in our local RSF newspaper recently, is but one of several problems with our current assessment situation.