OCEANSIDE — Oceanside begins the new year with a vacant mayor’s seat, after former Mayor Jim Wood handed in his resignation due to health reasons
Mayor Jim Wood called a press conference on April 13 to give insight into several hot button issues the city is facing.
Oceanside voters showed strong support for the incumbent mayor and council members in Tuesday’s election.
Incumbent Mayor Jim Wood will run for another term this November. Also running for Oceanside mayor are candidates Rick Kratcoski, Georgeo Kerpani, Cynthia M. Rocco
Long-standing Oceanside Mayor Jim Wood will run for re-election in November.
After a late start to begin this year’s harbor dredging and beach sand replenishments, big swells added further delays to operations that are usually completed
Oceanside said no to digital billboards and yes to much smaller digital window signs with the introduction of ordnance changes on Wednesday.
The City Council met in closed session on Wednesday to discuss possible terms for three digital billboards on city property adjacent to state Route 78
Oceanside is the only North County city set to send staff members to Washington, D.C., for tin cup week.