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How they voted, April 3

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MUNICIPAL COUNCILS

ESCONDIDO

The Escondido City Council met on Wednesday and approved its 2021 Housing Component Annual Progress Report, and gave final approval to an ordinance amending the city code to provide for city council elections. by districts. The board then interviewed potential members for city boards and commissions, including the library board and planning commission. Decisions on appointees will be made at a future meeting.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

CARDIFF

Cardiff School District Council met behind closed doors on Thursday to discuss a dispute.

DEL MAR

The Del Mar Union School District met behind closed doors on Wednesday to discuss a dispute.

FALLBROOK

The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District board met behind closed doors Monday to discuss staffing. In open session, council heard a presentation on its outdoor education program. The board reviewed its annual audit for 2020-21 and approved a 5% increase in the associate superintendent and assistant superintendent pay scale.

SAN DIEGUITO

The San Dieguito Union School District Board of Trustees met behind closed doors Wednesday to discuss litigation, personnel and labor negotiations. In open session, the council held a public hearing on whether to reconfirm its choice of the final Map 8 administration area. The council passed the map last month, 3-2, despite a warning from the county superintendent that the map revamped the voting limits, rather than just adjusting them to the latest population figures. The map is also controversial because it changes the boundaries so that three of the five administrators are no longer in the areas they were elected to represent. Several speakers asked the board to reverse its earlier decision to choose map 8. The board voted 3 to 2 to renew and ratify the map.

CENTER VALLEY

The Valley Center-Pauma Unified School District met Thursday for a board governance workshop, followed by a closed session to discuss labor negotiations.