How you voted, Dec. 25: Encinitas Adopts Anti-Semitic Rule; Oceanside Adds Police Bronze
The Encinitas City Council met in closed session Wednesday to discuss litigation. In open session, the council heard a report on public safety. The board approved agreements and permits for the San Diego County, CA Project (formerly known as the Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Project) and allocated funds for the initial phase of sand beach installation and monitoring. The council also adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism.
The Oceanside City Council met in closed session Wednesday to discuss property negotiations. In open session, the council approved the addition of an assistant police chief, police lieutenant and police sergeant plus funding of up to $805,313 for salary and benefits. The posts will be paid by converting the vacant officer posts.
The Bonsall Unified School District board met Dec. 14 and swore in its newly elected trustees. Pascal Lapoirie was sworn in as the first member of the Board of Trustees Area A. Trustee Larissa Anderson was elected board president and trustee Michael Gaddis was elected board clerk. Retiring board member Lou Riddle was recognized for his 20 years of service to the district. The board met in closed session to discuss personnel, labor negotiations and litigation. In open session, the board approved an agreement with Cal State San Marcos for a university preparation and guaranteed admission program. The board also approved its first interim budget report.
The Cardiff School District Board held a special meeting Monday to make nominations for the California School Association delegate assembly. Trustees Rhea Stewart and Shad Thielman were appointed.
The Del Mar Union School District Board met on December 14 to swear in members and elect officers. Trustee Gee Wah Mok was elected chairman and Katherine Fitzpatrick was elected board secretary. A closed session followed to discuss labor negotiations and litigation. In open session, the board held a public hearing on proposals to open contract negotiations with the Del Mar California Teachers Association. The board also approved its first interim budget report.