This coming election cycle in Escondido is shaping up to be one of the most interesting in years.
Escondido’s Districting Commission met this past Sunday to take its first pass at drawing lines dividing the city into four council districts.
News of the firing of former CEO Larry Anderson this past week by the Tri-City Healthcare District Board of Directors no doubt brought some sense
Thanks to a sequence of events unanticipated by the San Marcos Unified School District administration, its Board of Trustees, or, apparently advisers upon whom they
The Escondido City Council majority led by Mayor Sam Abed has made much of their city’s fiscal recovery of late — purportedly thanks to shrewd
If anyone is still wondering what has happened to governance in our state they need look no further than the examples provided with the help
A conversation I had with Escondido City Councilman Ed Gallo regarding the public perception toward that city’s school districts left me thinking about how cities
While attending a small gathering the other day I had occasion to briefly visit with Escondido Mayor Sam Abed and, engaging in a bit of
The recent placement of Tri-City Healthcare CEO Larry Anderson on paid administrative leave for an as yet undisclosed “personnel matter” signals a remarkable change from
Beware the community activist who became one when a new subdivision or other development is proposed near them and claims to be concerned for their