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Eternal Hills Expansion Phase 1- Info Meeting October 29th


Eternal Hills is preparing to commence grading the first phase of the planned expansion. A neighborhood information meeting will be held Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at 6pm in the Eternal HIlls offices at 1999 El Camino Real in Oceanside.
Attached is a bit more info and their notification of property owners within 300 feet of their project.

(Click on the image below to see the full document)

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Old Timers’ Day Honors ‘Rabbit’ Kekai

The California Surf Museum is pleased to be honoring Hawaiian beachboy and surfing legend Albert ‘Rabbit’ Kekai at this year’s Old Timers’ Day gathering on Sunday, October 5.

Get tickets now, before they’re sold out!

For more information, please contact the California Surf Museum at 760-721-6876.


RSVP and Buffet Tickets

When: Sunday, October 5, 1-4 pm
Where: Oceanside Civic Center Library Community Rooms
330 N. Coast Hwy, Oceanside
Free admission
Luau-style buffet tickets:

$15 non-members, $12 members, $7 children 12 and under


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Fire Mountain Reservoir Park–redux

Fire Mountain Reservoir

Fire Mountain Reservoir

Well–it wasn’t pretty. The Oceanside City Council on October 2nd voted 3-2 against opening the park immediately. (Sanchez and Wood for, Kern, Chavez, and Feller against)
Bringing this item up at this point in time was simply a goodwill gesture on the part of Esther Sanchez , who is working with us to move the process along faster. As Deputy Mayor Chavez pointed out, the park is still part of the 2009/10 Park Plan and it remains on the books in section 5-12 of the Master Plan.

THIS IS NOT THE END, MY FRIENDS.
We knew from the beginning that this was going to take years, and we must forge allies in our efforts to make the park happen. We can only hope that the neighborhood doesn’t loose, because our city counsel refuses to back each other. Stay tuned!

For more on this meeting check the article in Thursday’s Union Tribune.

From Fire Mountain Resevoir Update, 2008/10/02 at 11:12 PM