The new facility will serve as the campus’s arts hub with an art gallery, media arts lab, and display area
for student works.
The design of MiraCosta’s future new Arts and Media Building at the Oceanside Campus is underway, creating a state-of-the-art hub on campus and bringing together arts programs currently located in multiple buildings.
Source: The City of Oceanside
The City of Oceanside is developing a Digital Equity & Inclusion Plan, aimed at understanding and addressing the digital divide in our community. To build a deeper understanding of the digital divide, the City is conducting a data analysis and engaging community stakeholders to gain insights into the unique challenges, barriers, and opportunities related to digital equity.
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) uses around 40% of a building’s electricity. In fact, it’s one of the most significant factors in the operating expenses of a business. That’s why it pays to pinpoint HVAC energy waste and reduce it. Here are 7 popular ways to help your business become more energy-efficient and control costs.
SACRAMENTO – Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) introduced SB 1025 which grants tax credits to companies and organizations that sponsor blood drives. During a time when the nation is experiencing a blood shortage, SB 1025 intends to boost blood donations by encouraging the hosting of blood drives.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) recognized Dr. Sunita “Sunny'' Cooke, Superintendent/President of MiraCosta College with the prestigious honor of the Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction. Dr. Cooke will be presented with the award during PTK’s Catalyst 2022, the society’s annual convention in Denver, Colorado, April 7-9, 2022.
Source: City of Oceanside
Applications for the 2022 City of Oceanside Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Program are now available at local high schools, at the Oceanside Public Library, and on the City website.
BOSTON, MA: February 16, 2022 - The largest online referral network for small businesses, Alignable.com is announcing the results of its national search for leaders who’ve gone above and beyond guiding peers and supporting entire communities as they strive to recover.
There are a variety of ways to save money when it comes to your business’s energy use. Try these tips to help trim your winter energy bills.
SDCCU Invites the Community to Attend a Free Investment Presentation Titled “LPL Financial Outlook 2022: Passing the Baton” on February 16, 2022
Webinar presented by Jeffrey Buchbinder of LPL Financial Research as part of
SDCCU's Financial Wellness Wednesdays
SAN DIEGO, Calif., (February 14, 2022) – San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), one of Southern California’s largest locally-owned financial institutions, and LPL Financial will present a free educational webinar titled “LPL Financial Outlook 2022: Passing the Baton” on Wednesday, February 16, 2022 from 1 – 2 p.m. (PT). The webinar will be hosted by Jeffrey Buchbinder, Vice President and Equity Strategist for LPL Financial Research investment management committee. This free webinar is open to the public, but virtual seating is limited and reservations are required. For webinar details, please visit the SDCCU website. Buchbinder’s presentation will offer an overview of what experts forecast financially for the coming year, focusing on the economy and the role fiscal and monetary policies play in the economic recovery, stocks and the expected earnings growth to help stocks deliver gains in 2022, and bonds and the anticipated increases in interest rates.
Reps. Mike Levin and Darrell Issa Reintroduce Legislation to Prioritize San Onofre for Spent Nuclear Fuel Removal
Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Representatives Mike Levin (D-CA) and Darrell Issa (R-CA) reintroduced the Spent Fuel Prioritization Act to prioritize the removal of spent nuclear fuel (SNF) from decommissioned nuclear sites in areas with large populations, high seismic hazard, and where the continued storage of spent nuclear fuel represents a national security concern. With over nine million people living within 50 miles of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) and Southern California experiencing some of the greatest seismic hazard in the country, as well as its location on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, the bill would make SONGS one of the highest priority sites in the nation for SNF removal. The bill is also cosponsored by Reps. Scott Peters (D-CA), Michelle Steel (R-CA), Katie Porter (D-CA), and Young Kim (R-CA).
Source: City of Oceanside
Online Digital Presentation and Survey
The City of Oceanside, in partnership with the Buena Vista Audubon Society and Dudek, are working to restore a section of Buena Vista Creek in south Oceanside, near Lake Blvd. and Thunder Drive.
The City of Oceanside is seeking your input on this stretch of riparian habitat and how this area can better serve the community!
Washington, D.C – Today, the House of Representatives passed Rep. Mike Levin’s (D-CA) bipartisan Public Land Renewable Energy Development Act as part of the America COMPETES Act. Rep. Levin’s legislation will combat the climate crisis and help America lead in clean energy by promoting the development of wind, solar, and geothermal energy on public lands in an environmentally responsible way. The bill includes measures to facilitate investment in high quality renewable sources, ensure a fair revenue share for impacted communities, and minimize impacts to wildlife and cultural sites.
Difficulty falling or staying asleep can lead to health problem
Are you having trouble with insomnia? While everyone doesn’t need the same amount of sleep, most adults need between seven to nine hours of shut eye per night. As you get older, you may get tired earlier and wake up earlier, but you still need the same amount of sleep.
Winners will be recognized and receive a $250 SDCCU Visa® gift card
SAN DIEGO, Calif., (February 1, 2022) -- San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), San Diego’s largest locally-owned financial institution, is proudly honoring San Diego County teachers through SDCCU Classroom Heroes, launched in partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education.
Hospitals will remain busy for several weeks as Omicron admissions slowly decrease
SAN DIEGO – Predictive modeling by Scripps Health shows that the current surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations should wind down by early March, with a slow decrease in patient volumes driven by the Omicron variant of the virus over the coming weeks, the San Diego health system said Monday.
If there’s anything we’ve learned over the past two years, it’s that this community has heart! What better way to illustrate that sentiment than with a community sculpture? Soon, Oceanside residents and visitors will be able to cement their commitments with a “love lock” in the City we all call home.