The city has been working on a 50-year sand replenishment plan for 10 years. After two hours of public speakers, the project cleared a key hurdle Wednesday night. Council members voted unanimously to fund the final stage of a feasibility study for the plan. As a result, federal officials can now decide whether to allocate money to the project in the next few months.
Due to the current economic climate, many Americans are becoming less willing to make expensive purchases. Even the nation's long-held love affair with the automobile hasn't escaped the penny-pinching trend.
Pierre Sleiman began experimenting with hydroponic farming in his garage as a college student four years ago. These days, his company, the newest tenant on Ecke Ranch, is on the cutting edge of organic farming. Sleiman, now in his mid-20s, studied computer science and business in school — not agriculture. And he doesn’t come from a family of farmers. But through hard work and a lot of trial and error, he’s made Go Green Agriculture a key piece in Ecke Ranch’s future.
Immerse yourself in the flourishing culinary vibe of Cardiff-by-the-Sea at the 4th Annual Taste of Cardiff event. Cardiff 101 Main Street invites you to enjoy an evening of strolling through the beautiful coastal community while savoring the very best of Cardiff's delectable cuisine. Twenty-two local restaurants will be whipping up divine tastes and competing for your vote to win the 2013 Taste of Cardiff Golden Fork Award.
Summer’s extreme temperatures can destroy a vehicle’s battery. The Car Care Council advises vehicle owners to have their cars’ batteries tested periodically and replaced, if necessary, to avoid being stranded.