Apartments there? + $$$, is your name there? + Boo! Scary fun


Happy Saturday neighbors! Here is everything going on around Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch today.

First, your weather forecast for the weekend:

  • Saturday: Pleasant with the clouds and the sun. High: 77, Low: 50.
  • Sunday: Low clouds breaking. High: 72, Low: 5

Here are the best stories from Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch today

  1. Capture it! An apartment complex of 100 units in the Rancho Bernardo Transit Stationis the south parking lot. An island in itself, the resort would be six stories tall, built over 1 acre. It would not be located in a pedestrian area. It would be located in an area with heavy traffic and a high accident rate. A car would be needed to shop and access local malls. The project only requires ministerial (staff) approval by the San Diego City Development Services Department. However, the RB Planning Board noted that the community may oppose ministerial plans. TFor more information: Click in parentheses, then click on the link. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)
  2. Is there $$$ with Yesour name above? Are Yesu on the reimbursement list? Better check it out now! San Diego County has over $ 713,000 in unclaimed refunds. Repayments range from $ 10 to almost $ 37,000. They come from departmental taxes overpaid, deposits, premiums, services or fees. Claim your refund before it comes into the countythe general fund. The county has repaid over $ 500,000 to their owners over the past five years. TFor more information: Click in parentheses, then click on the link. (SD County News)
  3. Scary fun in RB – A carnival in the RB Community Park, a scary house in Westwood. Here are some of the free events planned for Halloween. The RB Community Council presents his Halloween carnival in the RB Community Park. The fun event includes a parade, costume contest, carnival games, petting zoo, lots of candy and more. Loveless Manor Haunted House in Westwood is sure to scare you. Reservations are strongly suggested; walk-in visits are welcome but wait times are not guaranteed. TFor more information: Click in parentheses, then click on the link. (San Diego Union-Tribune)

This weekend at Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch:

saturday 30 october

  • Paint with a twist – Magic Always (every 8 years and over). (4:00 p.m.)
  • Paint with a twist – I love you to the bone (21+). (7:30 p.m.)

Sunday October 31

  • The Rancho Bernardo Community CouncilTo free Halloween Carnival. (11:00)
  • Manor without love Haunted house – Free event. (5:00 p.m.)

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  • 4S Ranch Library: “Spotlight Partner – 90 percent of a child’s brain is developed by age 5, which means children are learning wherever they are, whether at home or in a childcare setting. early childhood education, so the quality of these environments is very important. ” (Facebook)
  • Rancho Bernardo branch library: “This adorable kitten and her Halloween pals are haunting our library, just waiting to be found! Today until Saturday, come join our Halloween scavenger hunt and treat, and get yourself also one of those cute DIY masks! “(Facebook)
  • North San Diego Chamber of Commerce: “Who we buy from now on will decide who gets up later. Let’s make sure all the small businesses we love are on this list. “(Facebook)
  • Rancho Bernardo branch library: “The Notice to auditors the season finale is here! Log in to meet the rebels Race Clara, San Diego old Municipal Librarian who was a staunch defender of prisoners Japanese Americans during the Second World War. “(Facebook)
  • The deadline is approaching – October 31. Rancho Bernardo Community Council application deadline for student members. (Facebook)
  • Appointment to the Service Academy registration deadline. (Representative Scott Peters)
  • The Rotary Club of RB Fundraising before the holidays – Poinsettia fundraiser benefit Marines and Sailors a board Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. (Facebook)

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You are now in the know and ready to start this Saturday on the right foot! I’ll see you soon. If you enjoy these newsletters, consider inviting some of your friends and neighbors to follow. You can send them this link to subscribe.

Bettyann Pernice

About me: I have lived in Rancho Bernardo since 2006 and I am very happy to live in this wonderful city. I have been active on the Rancho Bernardo Community Council as well as the Planning Council. I’m also a member of the Maintenance Assessment District (MAD) which works with the City of San Diego to create our beautiful news medians. I’m also the vice president of HOA 2 at Seven Oaks. I regularly contribute to Patch, Nextdoor and Facebook. I am also very happy to write the Patch RB newsletter.

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