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Community Meeting held by Rancho Santa Fe Association

by Barry Estates
July 8, 2015
Category:   News

Tomorrow at 6pm, July 8th 2015 the Rancho Santa Fe Association is holding a Covenant community meeting to review and discuss the water situation at the RSF Garden Club.

Many speakers are scheduled to attend that you will be to hear out and ask your questions.

Exhibitors scheduled are:

Paul Vanslyke, Vanslyke Landscaping | Sprinkler Doctors | Hunter Irrigation | Jeff Moore, Solana Succulents | Recon Native Plants

Speakers included are: 

Mike Bardin, Santa Fe Irrigation District | Arnold Keene, RSF Association Parks & Recreation Dept. | Tim Barrier, RSF Golf Course superintendent | Kelly Dixon, landscape designer | Connor Lenehan, RSF Fire Protectio | Melanie Conomikes, board member, Tree of San Diego

For more information you can contact the Rancho Santa Fe Association at 858-756-1174.

Article by: Barry Estates

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