Dr. Hussna Wakily is an award winning, board certified general surgeon who takes care of all issues related to the colon and rectum, including hemorrhoids. Recently voted as Top Doctor 2019 for general and breast surgery. To learn more about Dr. Wakily or make an appointment, visit Tricitymed.org or call 855.222.8262.
Though it has taken nearly ten years, Oceanside has seen significant improvement in reducing the retail sales of synthetic drugs, and the corresponding calls for emergency services. This is due in large part to the efforts of Senior Deputy City Attorney Annie Higle, and a local ordinance adopted in April 2016 with support from the North Coastal Prevention Coalition (NCPC) and many community partners, including the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce.
At its July 17th Award & Recognition Luncheon, the Oceanside Chamber recognized several chamber members for their outstanding contributions to our community. The event took place at the El Camino Country Club in Oceanside, with over 160 attendees. In addition to recognizing the “member anniversaries” of dozens of businesses, the Chamber honored six awardees that have served the community in a variety of capacities.
By District Attorney Summer Stephan
As your District Attorney, I’m committed to increasing communication and accessibility between the DA’s Office and you, the community. One way I have been doing that is through this monthly column, where I provide consumer tips on public safety matters.
(Me with my old high school coach and mentor Coach Al Miller who’s in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.)
I’ve recently returned from a trip into my hometown of Cleveland, TN located in the southeast part of Tennessee. I generally make it over to see friends and family and to help out with a local high school team as a guest clinician at a wrestling camp, showing technique and talking with them at the end of the camp.
(Courtesy of Sam Goodwin, HOCOA)
Do you have any electrical shorts? How about adding some new lighting? What about that electrical panel, is it safe? These are some of the questions we may have with our with our home or business at some point. Do I have an electrical short? Do we want new lighting, or do I need a new panel? Why shouldn't I try and fix that light switch? Why does that light switch work some of the time?
By District Attorney Summer Stephan
As your District Attorney, I’m committed to increasing communication and accessibility between the DA’s Office and you, the community. One way I hope to do that is through this new monthly column, where I’ll be providing information and tips on how you can stay safe. I’ll also keep you updated on current trends and topics in the criminal justice system.
Courteous of Tri-City Medical Center and Pacific Standard News
Every year, thousands of homeless San Diegans cycle through local hospitals and emergency rooms. Now a new state law is forcing hospitals and regional leaders to publicly grapple with where those patients can recover once they are released from the hospital.
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Emerging Issues Forum, held the first Thursday of every month, provides an avenue for Oceanside Chamber members to learn about key community issues, interact with legislative representatives and receive updates on legislative items impacting business. May’s forum educated attendees on the evolving energy landscape and why the State is transitioning eligible residential customers to Time-of-Use pricing plans. Providing the information was Katie Scanlan, Public Affairs Manager at San Diego Gas & Electric.
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce has joined a coalition of business organizations in Opposition to AB1066 (Gonzalez). This bill would overturn more than 70 years of precedent by charging employers to provide unemployment insurance (UI) to workers during labor disputes and create additional solvency issues for California’s UI system. View opposition letter.
(By Quantal Langford)
Can you stick around long enough to see your work succeed? Do you have enough grit to take a few critical hits and keep going? Or will you get discouraged at the first sign of failure?” - Jeff Goins
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Emerging Issues Forum, held the first Thursday of every month, provides an avenue for Oceanside Chamber members to learn about key community issues, interact with legislative representatives and receive updates on legislative items impacting business. April’s forum provided attendees with a detailed update on federal legislative issues impacting businesses and the Oceanside community as a whole. Providing the update was Jennings Imel, Executive Director at the Western Regional Office of the US Chamber of Commerce.
(Courtesy of: Eater San Diego Founding Editor Candice Woo)
Downtown Oceanside has a wine destination of its own with the debut of Coomber Craft Wines; the 3,500-square-foot Mission Avenue urban winery and tasting room, which features a 1,700-square-foot back patio, is now open Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from noon to 9 p.m.
San Diego may be known nationwide for its beautiful beaches and unbeatable year - round weather, but what many people don’t realize is that many of the avocados in their tacos, the lettuce and tomatoes in their salad, and the potted plants for their yard are all grown right here in San Diego County.
Nearly 1,500 students graduate from Oceanside Unified School District (OUSD) high schools each year. With diploma in hand they are deemed ready for the next step whether pursuing a postsecondary degree or certificate, starting a job or joining the military. But, are they really prepared to meet the needs of local, regional, and global businesses?
On Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 18, 2019, the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce will host Operation Appreciation. This event is a day of recognition and appreciation to all active-duty military stationed on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and nearby military bases.
The USO has arrived at Camp Pendleton and in less than a year has already served more than 45,000 military members.
(Source: Josh Jenkins – Fox 5 San Diego)
LAMVIN, Inc. is a manufacturer of custom architectural acoustical products here in Oceanside, California. Opened in 1961, the company’s name was derived from Laminating Vinyl. Under new ownership in the 1980s, acoustical products became their primary focus. (If you’ve ever eaten in a noisy restaurant or café, you can most often attribute the noise level to a lack of “acoustic absorption”. Acoustic absorption reduces sound and echoes by adding soft materials to hard surfaces.)
In 2009, the City of Oceanside adopted the Coast Highway Vision and Strategic Plan. This plan serves as a blueprint for the revitalization and enhancement of the Coast Highway corridor between Harbor Drive in the north and Buena Vista Lagoon in the south. The Vision and Strategic Plan includes several recommendations to transform Coast Highway from an auto-oriented thoroughfare into a "complete street" that serves all modes of transportation from automobiles to pedestrians to bicyclists and transit vehicles.
(By: Jane Applegate)
What do you love about your job? Is it the flexibility in your hours? The work you do or who you do it for? Maybe it’s the comraderie among your coworkers or the exciting challenges you face every day. Hopefully it’s a little bit of all of the above.
(Source: HOCOA-Your Home Repair Network)
Before we jump into this. Ask yourself this question. How long do you wait for your shower to “heat up” before getting in? For me, it’s about 3 to 5 minutes. For some reason the kitchen sink takes longer to heat up. But my point is that, most of us, that have a standard water heater with no re-circulation system, it takes a while for the hot water get to where we want it. So, you may have heard about tankless systems, heck even considered it.
On Saturday, March 16th Metroflex Gym celebrated their One Year Anniversary at their location at 318 N Horne St in Oceanside. Many of their current and prospective members came out to the celebration featuring giveaways, weightlifting competitions, and a variety of vendors.
On Friday, February 22nd Tri-City Children’s Dentistry celebrated their anniversary at their new location at 2420 Vista Way Suite 210 in Oceanside. Doctor Angelo Vasquez is a unique kind of pediatric dentist. With his kid-oriented style and fun personality, he gets children excited about their dental care, helping them develop healthy habits that will last. Their office is dedicated to providing excellent dental health care for infants, children and adolescents in a caring and gentle environment to give them a lifetime of beautiful smiles.
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce is committed to playing a vital role in the well-being of our community. In February, the chamber voted to support the proposed North River Farms development in eastern Oceanside, in part because of the positive opportunities it will create to meet our housing and employment objectives. Chamber CEO, Scott Ashton says, “As we look to our future it is imperative that we implement lifestyle supportive housing to attract and retain our workforce.”