The City Council received an update on the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station during the Oct. 17 meeting at City Hall and also approved a
Commercial marijuana operations were banned in a 4-1 vote Sept. 26 by the City Council.
The final parking management plan for the Village, Barrio and beach areas was approved 3-1 by the City Council on Sept. 26.
The City Council balked at a request to allow distilleries, but said restaurants were OK in an industrial part of Carlsbad Village.
Salaries for management and part-time employees of the city are set to increase, along with reimbursement for travel expenditures incurred during city business.
An affordable housing project was approved for a $4.25 million loan from the city Tuesday during the City Council meeting at City Hall.
There are many things on the City Council’s to do list for 2017.
There are 396,000 ballots still outstanding and in Carlsbad, the race for the second seat on the City Council remains up in the air.