Today I just read the article by Andrea Verdin on the front page re: Dr. Winton being elected to the Fallbrook Health Care Board, wise choice in my view. Dr. Winton has been my doctor since he started at Graybill Medical group on Main St. I have had the best results with him, honesty and […]
Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Last June, the legislature approved a budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year. Though it was an improvement over past budgets, I voted “no” for a number of reasons, including the continuing failure to adequately compensate Medi-Cal providers. In 2011, when California was bleeding red ink, Medi-Cal provider rates were cut […]
A special thank you to Village News editor Debbie Ramsey and assistant editor Lucette Moramarco. On behalf of the Fallbrook Chorale executive board and members, please accept our sincere thanks for all that you do to help make the chorale visible in Fallbrook and surrounding communities. We especially appreciate the half-page coverage of our “Spring […]
We all love animals, and many, if not most of us have pets. These non-human members of our families become integral parts of our lives. Even when they destroy furniture, carpets, or eat our pot-roast dinners when we aren’t looking, we still love them. As a dog owner myself, I […]
This is regarding the comment about why the Fallbrook Public Utility District, when it was flushing a fire hydrant, didn’t load the flushed water into a tanker truck and return it to the system. While the practice of flushing water from the hydrant may appear wasteful, it is necessary at times due either to water […]
Was it an event or an experience? Saturday night, Feb. 28, we had the honor and privilege of attending the blockbusting fundraiser for the Fallbrook Boys & Girls Club. The Rita Coolidge concert was held at the Burton Center, and a VIP reception was held at the splendid home of Bill and Colleen Jackson. Coolidge […]
As we all know, modern computer technology has created vast new opportunities for tech-savvy criminals. By illegally accessing computer databases and gaining access to private data, identity thieves can cast a pall upon every online transaction we make. Sometimes, the resulting financial nightmares can never be unraveled, with victimized businesses and their customers losing billions in the process.
If you’re looking to get involved, the Fallbrook Historical Society is looking for you. We need volunteers for board positions, office positions, docents, and others.
I just witnessed Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) flushing out a fire hydrant and hundreds, if not thousands, of gallons of water heading down the street.
This year’s deadline for final bill introduction is fast approaching. All potential new bills must be drafted by the Legislative Counsel’s office this month so that final legislation can be introduced by the Feb. 27 deadline.