Moffat Financial Group presents to FUHS seniors

Moffat Financial Group presents to FUHS seniors

Moffat Financial Group was invited to present to the graduating class of Fallbrook High School. The event took place April 19 at the Fallbrook High School Bob Burton theater. More than 250 students learned about budgeting, saving and investing, simple and compound interest, and credit. Jared Johnson, president of Moffat Financial Group, and Marianne Martini, financial […]

Surging popularity of microbreweries prompts Temecula council to regroup

Surging popularity in microbreweries and craft beer tasting rooms has prompted Temecula to enact a development moratorium while city staff studies and proposes new operating guidelines. City planners convinced the council that gaps in the existing regulations governing microbreweries warrant a moratorium. However, planners are quick to note that the hiatus from processing development applications […]

Supervisors update Capital Improvement Needs Assessment Program

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors updated the county’s Capital Improvement Needs Assessment Program. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote April 12 approved the five-year needs assessment provided by the county’s Department of General Services, and although the approval of the needs assessment itself did not include funding for the projects on the list, the supervisors […]

Senate approves lawmaker’s bill to curb disability rights lawsuits

RIVERSIDE  – A Riverside County lawmaker’s bill aimed at deterring disability rights lawsuits targeting small businesses was unanimously approved today by the state Senate. Sen. Richard Roth’s SB 269 passed on a 38-0 vote and is now bound for the governor’s desk. “SB 269’s unanimous approval proves that my proposal is a common-sense, bipartisan solution to protect the disabled community […]

LAFCO revises policy on development-related jurisdictional conflicts

Some development proposals are approved by an incorporated city or the county Board of Supervisors with conditions that the property be annexed into that city or into a special district. That sometimes creates a conflict between the city or special district gaining that territory, and the county or special district from which the territory is […]

SDEAG awarded grant by CECO

RAINBOW – The San Diego Entertainment & Arts Guild (SDEAG) received a grant from the San Diego County Employees’ Charitable Organization (CECO) for poetry books to be used in workshops in Juvenile Hall and the Vista Jail. SDEAG president Bill Harding accepted the $720 grant at the CECO awards breakfast last month. SDEAG, a 501(c)(3) […]

Smog Bros. approaching 10-year anniversary in Fallbrook

Smog Bros. approaching 10-year anniversary in Fallbrook

The fact Smog Bros. is approaching its 10-year anniversary of doing business in Fallbrook tells you owners Moe El Farra and Josue Gonzalez are doing something right besides making sure vehicles aren’t polluting the air and harming the environment. El Farra and Gonzalez are longtime Fallbrook residents and longtime friends who opened Smog Bros. in […]

Pacific Pipeline Supply given FPUD contract for valve inventory replacement

The Fallbrook Public Utility District will be utilizing Pacific Pipeline Supply for the replacement of FPUD’s valve inventory. FPUD’s board voted 5-0 March 28 to approve a $174,963.24 contract with the San Marcos company. Pacific Pipeline Supply will supply four-inch, six-inch, eight-inch, 10-inch, 12-inch, 14-inch, 16-inch, and 18-inch valves with shutoff stems. “This is part […]

Fallbrook Propane upgrades website to provide valuable resources

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Propane Gas Company has announced it has upgraded its website in order to provide more valuable resources for local residents. “At Fallbrook Propane Gas Company, we are always seeking new avenues in which to better serve our loyal customers,” said Chris Everett, co-owner and service manager. “We are pleased to announce that […]

NCFPD approves capital equipment replacement schedule

The North County Fire Protection District (NCFPD) has approved a capital equipment replacement schedule. The 3-0 NCFPD board vote March 22, with Ruth Harris and Kathleen Thuner absent, also directed NCFPD staff to fund the capital equipment replacement schedule utilizing general fund revenue. The capital equipment replacement plan covers anticipated purchases over the next 15 […]

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