An area off Montecito Way across from an old rodeo arena is being used as a vernal pool restoration/creation area for the Montecito Ranch development, according to a consultant working with the developer.
Last month some residents saw workers planting at the site. Round depressions in the ground were flagged with new plants. The mitigation bank, adjacent to the northeast portion of the county-owned Ramona Grasslands Preserve, is within an approximately 220-acre site dedicated to open space for Montecito Ranch, said a county official.
Diane Lam, fourth from left, owner of Venus Nails & Spa at 1672 Main St., Suite A, and her staff treat clients to an array of authentic Vietnamese food and refreshments to celebrate the third anniversary of the business on Saturday, Dec. 14. From left are Donna Do, Christina Nguyen, Kim Trin, Lam, Ivy Njam, Lena Trin, Julia Nham, Katie Phan, Lee Le, Emily Phan and Linda Ma.
Dec 19 2013 | Posted in Business Briefs
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Traffic backups at Main and 13th streets, caused by those in line at the Starbucks drive-through, was discussed as a safety issue by the Ramona Community Planning Group and its Transportation and Trails (T&T) Subcommittee.
T&T Chair Carl Hickman told the planning group at its Nov. 7 meeting that vehicles typically line up from the Starbucks’ driveway onto Main Street during the morning rush hours.
Stephanie Norvell, broker of Town & Country Home Loans Inc., said she is proud to announce an addition to her office, Nicole McKee-Ward, who will be operating Town & Country Real Estate Property Management Division.
“I have always admired how Nicole handles her property management clients in our town of Ramona,” said Norvell. “She is well liked throughout the community and her professional skills are superior. If you are in need of a property manager or need to rent a property here in Ramona, please contact our office at 760-789-9995 and speak to Nicole directly.”
A site plan review for an affordable workforce housing development on Robertson Street behind Kmart is on the agenda for the Ramona Design Review Board’s meeting Thursday, Aug. 29.
The board meets at 7:30 p.m. in Ramona Community Center, 434 Aqua Lane.
AMCAL’s 60-unit complex with a California farmhouse design is proposed for 4.2 acres of an eight-acre parcel on the north side of Robertson Street at Pala Street. Target renters will be
La Dolce Vita Alpaca Farm in Ramona will be included in the San Diego Yarn Crawl, a free, self-guided tour of yarn stores and alpaca farms Sept. 26 to 29.
Hours of the four-day event are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The crawl will feature demonstrations, trunk shows, special events and give-aways at each location.
The vacant storefront in the Sun Valley Shopping Center on Main Street is finally going to get a tenant — 99¢ Only Stores®.
According to the company, opening date is set for Oct. 24.
Located next to Big 5 Sporting Goods, the 99¢ Only Store will occupy the 18,000 square feet of former grocery store space, said Bill Henigsman of TNT Electric Sign Inc.
Three new homes are being built along San Vicente Road, a possible signal that Ramona is rebounding from the housing downturn.
The homes, sandwiched between 12th Street and Barger Place, just northwest of Grace Community Church, are scheduled to be complete in October. Crews began constructing the homes in mid-July.
Two of the three homes in the so-called Trifecta Homes Project have already been sold, leaving one up for grabs, said Ramona Realtor Jeff Gan of ReMax Direct.
Katie McNorton, broker/owner of the Coldwell Banker real estate office in Ramona, says she is excited to announce that the office has been ranked No. 3 for Coldwell Banker offices of similar size throughout the United States and Canada. The ranking is for the first half of 2013.
“This is an amazing accomplishment for a real estate office located in an area this far removed from a large metropolitan city,” said McNorton. “It is a true testament to the hardworking, highly ethical agents we have.“
On behalf of Congressman Duncan Hunter, Ramona Chamber of Commerce President Bob Murray, left, presents Bonnie’s Nook owner Bonnie Wan with a certificate of appreciation during the ribbon cutting ceremony marking her membership in the chamber. Bonnie’s Nook at 621 Main St. sells gifts, jewelry, collectibles, and items crafted by local
Jun 12 2013 | Posted in Business Briefs
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