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Activities and events at the San Carlos Branch Library – Aug. 19, 2016

By Sue Hotz ‘San Carlos Gone By’ Our San Carlos community blossomed in the1960s, and now a resident, Becky Green, is on a quest to document its early history by creating a “San Carlos Gone By” website and a photo display made from your 1960s and 1970s San Carlos photos, newspaper clippings, memorabilia and stories. […]

News from the San Carlos Area Council – Aug. 19, 2016

By Mickey Zeichick Our next San Carlos Area Council (SCAC) meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 6 p.m. in the San Carlos Branch Library, 7265 Jackson Drive. Our meetings are open to the public. Our guest speaker will be California State Senator Marty Block. Senator Block was elected in November 2012 to represent California’s 39th […]

News and events at the San Carlos Library – July 15, 2016

By Sue Hotz Summer is half over  School summer vacation is half over. “It can’t be!” the kids shout while parents groan, “another six weeks, really?” July 15 marks the halfway point of the library’s Summer Reading Program. Sign up by age group at bit.ly/1UqH2zI, record your summer reading hours/books, and find the list of […]

News from the San Carlos Area Council – July 15, 2016

By Mickey Zeichick Our next San Carlos Area Council (SCAC) meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 6 p.m. in the San Carlos Branch Library, 7265 Jackson Drive. We will have a candid update from the principal of the Magnolia Science Academy (site of the former Cleveland Elementary School) regarding when the Academy will move […]

News from the San Carlos Area Council – June 17, 2016

By Mickey Zeichick Our next San Carlos Area Council (SCAC) meeting will be Wednesday, July 6 at 6 p.m. in the San Carlos Branch Library, 7265 Jackson Drive. Our meetings are open to the public. Our guest speaker will be Sue Braun, former San Diego Unified School District Trustee, who will present an 11-minute trailer […]

Navajo Planners send wish list to city

Posted: May 20th, 2016 | Communities, Featured, San Carlos | No Comments

But the answers come down to money, as always By Doug Curlee | Editor at Large City-planning efforts in San Diego are set up to involve the many community planning groups in order to set agendas, or wish lists, for what projects are deemed most important. Every planning group in the city has similar kinds […]