Trick-or-treaters are invited to walk Main Street from 3 to 6 p.m. today for Ramona Chamber of Commerce’s annual Merchants’ Safe Trick or Treat.
From Ramona Fitness Center near Fifth and Main all the way to Ramona Street, businesses have signed up for the community event. Treats will be dispensed on both sides of Main. Members of the sheriff’s volunteer patrol once again will help get the youngsters across the streets safely.
The number of building permits issued in the unincorporated county showed the highest gain this past year since 2008-09, and in Ramona solar energy projects are the driving factor.
Ramona Community Planning Group Chair Jim Piva sits on the county’s Land Development Performance Review Committee where he received a chart showing the number of
Journalist and Ramona resident Sandra Millers Younger tells her story of surviving the 2003 Cedar fire in her recently released “The Fire Outside My Window.” She will sign copies of the book in Unicorn Books and Gifts on Saturday, Oct. 28.
Bella Mia Salon & Spa will host its third annual “Classic Cuts” Haircut Fundraiser in support of the Ramona High School Royal Alliance Band & Color Guard on Wednesday.
“The RHS band is a program that is severely underfunded, and we wanted to support a program that we felt could really use some community support,” said Linda Hall, owner of Bella Mia. “As a small business owner, I
County staffers will work with the sheriff’s department and San Diego County Farm Bureau to streamline the licensing process in unincorporated areas for farmers markets under a plan approved today by the county supervisors.
According to Supervisor Dianne Jacob, farmers markets began sprouting up in unincorporated areas after the supervisors passed zoning amendments were passed about five years ago.
Ramona Chamber of Commerce President Bob Murray, right, announces winners in the chamber’s recent board elections during the chamber mixer at Ramona Disposal Friday evening. Elected to three year terms as chamber directors are, from left, Amber Ramirez, Charlotte Jensen, Janice Baldridge and Lezley Knott. Not pictured is Frankie Berkley Newberg, who Murray said was ill.
Ramirez, owner of Farmers Insurance Agency, and Jensen, owner of Charlotte’s Antiques and Estate Services, are incumbents. New to the board are Baldridge, marketing coordinator for San Diego Country Estates Association; Lezley Knott, owner of Get Savvy; and Newberg, owner of Sun Valley Florist. The directors’ terms will begin in January.
Also at the chamber mixer, Director Carol Fowler and Murray announced Dr. Bob Argyelan, a chiropractor and former president of the San Diego Country Estates Association, as the chamber’s new executive director.
The legal challenge to the county’s tiered winery ordinance appears to be over and boutique winery owners can rest easier knowing the regulations that allow them to open tasting rooms still stand.
On Oct. 3, the fourth Appellate Court posted “case complete” in the San Diego Citizenry Group versus County of San Diego docket.
Oct 19 2013 | Posted in Business
| Read More »
There was once a thing called delayed gratification. Work toward a goal, earn a reward. Because you’d earned it, the item meant more to you.
Today, taking time to get something is considered quaint by a generation raised to click a few buttons and immediately acquire vacations, videos, diamonds and the like.
Nowadays search engines provide instant access to information that once took weeks to research. Music is immediately available. E-books are downloaded and consumed faster.
Approval to seek an administrative permit by Milagro Farm Vineyards and Winery so it can continue holding weddings, and a request to waive the undergrounding of utilities for Tractor Supply Company at Hunter and Main streets, sailed through the Ramona Community Planning Group Oct. 10 with little to no resistance.
Christopher “Kit” Sickels, who owns Milagro with his wife, Karen, told the planning group that someone had turned his winery in to county code enforcement a few months ago
Bratwurst, sauerkraut, beer, German pretzels, German sliders, German funnel cakes and Frauleins armed with baskets of German pastries and more are on the agenda for Oktoberfest, A Harvest Celebration.
Presented by Ramona Chamber of Commerce, the family event will be at Ramona Community Center, 434 Aqua Lane, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12.