Lisa Shaffer, former Encinitas Deputy Mayor and resident of the E3 neighborhood, has agreed to serve as the E3 Coordinator on a part-time basis. She will soon be providing regular updates on activities of the consortium, and supporting collaborative efforts among the partners. Lisa will have E3 office hours on Tuesday afternoons and Friday mornings. She can be reached at E.Three.Coordinator@gmail.com, or by phone during those hours at 760-452-0856. Check often to see our new consolidated calendar found here.
The 25 MPH Senior Zone speed limit along Saxony Road is now in effect! The Senior Zone spans Saxony Road between Seacrest Way and Silver Berry Place. As with most traffic calming measures, the Senior Zone is intended to improve safety for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians and ease our daily lives by creating a smoother, more predictable flow of traffic in our neighborhood. CBS recently spoke to a few neighbors to hear how they felt about the Senior Zone implementation: Speed reduced for “Senior Zone” on Encinitas street
The Coast News covered a December Encinitas City Council meeting where it unanimously adopted a series of traffic-calming measures along Saxony Road and Quail Gardens Drive between Leucadia Road and Encinitas Boulevard: Much-needed traffic fixes coming to E3 Cluster corridors
Six Encinitas organizations announced their formal collaboration today as Partners in the new Encinitas Environmental Education Cluster, or E3 Cluster.
The Encinitas Union School District, Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA, San Diego Botanic Garden, San Dieguito Heritage Museum, Seacrest Village Retirement Communities, and Leichtag Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding on April 4, 2014, outlining their agreement to develop educational, experiential learning and multigenerational programs around the nexus of agriculture, horticulture, nutrition, science, sustainability, community building, and the local history and agricultural traditions of Encinitas.
Continue reading the complete announcement here.