Thursday, September 15, 2022

Jeff Morris seems totally normal

From the Inbox:

We have no idea what anyone has done that could be considered felony harassment of voters, but we'd love to hear!

Saturday, September 10, 2022

iPalpiti classical music festival leaves town after dispute with city staff

Coast News:
The iPalpiti Festival, an international classical music event, is leaving the city of Encinitas and suspending the popular Music by the Sea event due to alleged mistreatment of program organizers and musicians by the city’s staff and newly-appointed arts administrator.

Director Laura Schmieder informed city leaders the iPalpiti Artists International nonprofit is officially terminating its 10-year run citing a number of grievances in a Sept. 1 letter addressed to Mayor Catherine Blakespear, City Manager Pamela Antil, Arts and Culture Manager Travis Karlen and Encinitas Friends of the Arts.

Friday, September 2, 2022

Blakespear campaign claims she took illegal guns off Encinitas streets

Did we miss something?

Coast News:
Katie Merrill, general consultant for Blakespear’s campaign, said of the poll results, “Blakespear has real accomplishments and real governing experience. From standing up for a woman’s right to choose, to taking illegal guns off of her city’s streets, to supporting small business owners, her record appeals to the kinds of voters who will decide this race.
What illegal guns were taken off Encinitas streets, and what was Blakespear's role in their confiscation?