This article contains a roundup of how the city councils in San Diego County voted on September, 25th. Oceanside was of note as they voted to take steps into the exploration of creating a Community Choice Aggregation program.
The Oceanside City Council met Wednesday to discuss labor negotiations, litigation and property negotiations. In open session, the council authorize release of community SDG&E data for a feasibility study for a Community Choice Aggregation (energy) Program. The council also approved a permit to allow rooftop decks on a condominium at 514 Morse St., and introduced an ordinance to amend zoning in regard to adult-oriented and tattoo shops. The council approved a resolution opposing Proposition 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Initiative, which will be on the Nov. 8 ballot. An item regarding a revision to a policy on retaining recorded tapes of official meetings was pulled from the agenda.
How They Vodted, Sept. 25, by Laura Groch, The San Diego Union-Tribune, September 25, 2016.