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Fog giving way to sun. High: 73 Low: 63.

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Here are the top four stories today in Oceanside-Camp Pendleton:

  1. The Oceanside City Council approved the 2022-23 Fiscal Year budget for the city at last week’s meeting. The city’s operating budget is projected at $506.4 million, with an additional $86.3 million allocated for capital improvement projects. The city is anticipating a $2.06 million surplus after $592.7 million in projected expenditures across next year’s operating and capital improvement budgets. The harbor’s budget remains tight. According to Public Works Director Hamid Bahadori, the harbor expects to use $2.19 million from reserves to pay for several capital improvement projects, including the ongoing J dock replacement and other infrastructure repairs and replacements. (Coast News)
  2. San Diego County may have its first cases of monkeypox, the county Health and Human Services Agency announced Wednesday, following the identification of two probable cases. The cases must be confirmed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is expected in the coming days. According to the HHSA, the two cases are unrelated to each other, but both individuals recently traveled internationally. The individuals are symptomatic, but are doing well and are not hospitalized. Both individuals are isolated from others. (San Diego Patch)
  3. California expanded its mortgage relief program this month to offer support to those who are still falling behind on their payments as the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, officials announced. Most California families might be surprised to find out that they meet their county’s income requirement for mortgage help. For example, in San Diego County, for a household of five people, if an applicant’s household income is at or below the median income of $210,800 they may be eligible for funding. (San Diego Patch)
  4. A Chino Hills man suspected of kidnapping, torturing, raping and holding a woman against her will for several months was charged with several sex crimes following his arrest in Orange County on Saturday, the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office said. The victim, a 22-year-old woman, was held in a house in Chino Hills before escaping, the sheriff’s department said. Her condition was not known. (Orange County Patch)

Today in Oceanside-Camp Pendleton:

  • Breast Ultrasound Screening Coming Direct to You! (9 a.m.)
  • Aid For Ukraine Refugees In San Diego (3 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Visit Oceanside: “Dad – you lift us up literally and figuratively. πŸ‘¨ Click the link in our bio πŸ‘†πŸ”— to treat Dad to some serious O’side love this Father’s Day 🌞 – – – – – – – – – – – – – #visitcalifornia #letsgetoside #osidebeatsinside #ventureoside #do…” (Visit Oceanside via Instagram)
  • MCCS Camp Pendleton: “REMINDER Prospective Students: Stop by the Juneteenth College Fair today 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Mainside Marine Mart. Enjoy free lunch and connect with colleges and universities! http://ms.spr.ly/6184bbPr0” (MCCS Camp Pendleton via Facebook)
  • Oceanside Chamber of Commerce: “Want to save energy at the office? Turn off lights and electronic equipment, such as monitors and printers, when the office is closed. Activate sleep settings on your office equipment. Consolidate the number of printers in your office.” (Oceanside Chamber of Commerce via Facebook)
  • MCCS Camp Pendleton: “Looking for a fun recreational league to keep you active? Join Adult League Sports Softball Team For more information check out the link in our bio!” (MCCS Camp Pendleton via Instagram)
  • North Coastal Sheriff’s Station – Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego County Sheriff’s Department: “Coffee with the Community – Don’t forget to join us for Coffee with the Community on Thursday June 23 at La Colonia Park from 6 – 8 p.m.” (Nextdoor)

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Events:

  • Taxes in Retirement Webinar (June 16)
  • Gino Meregillano Rockin Guitar Slinger Extraordinaire (June 17)
  • Award Winning Carolyn Sills Combo & The Rayford Brothers | Country Swing + Rockabilly + Americana (June 18)
  • Hire A Pro To Clean Up The Yard For Dad (June 19)
  • Make Music Day β€” Free Family Activities! (June 21)
  • Special Needs Planning Workshop (June 21)
  • Stand Up Comedy at The Merc with Erick Hellwig (June 25)
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That’s it for today! I’ll see you around.

β€” Lisa Frost

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