Best of OCEANSIDE Business Journal - FALL 2018

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Best of

FALL 2018


Report: Measure Y Would Devastate Farmers and Stall Economic Growth Story on Page 6


Preparing Oceanside’s Future Workforce


Council Candidates Weigh in on Key Issues


Collaboration in the Oceanside California Cultural District


Oceanside Economic Development News

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LOCAL ELECTIONS BRING A NEW PROCESS AND NEW PL AYERS Next month Oceanside will hold its first City Council election under the new district format. Last year, under the threat of lawsuit, many communities including Oceanside, moved from “at-large” to district format for council, school board and hospital districts. This year City Council Districts 1 and 2, the northeastern and northwestern segments of our city, will have the opportunity to decide who will represent them for the next four years. The process of converting to districts will be completed in 2020 as districts 3 and 4 will hold elections for the first time. After that, the Mayor will be the only “atlarge” representative on the council.



Oceanside Business Journal is published by the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce in 4 editions: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. This newsletter is available at the Chamber office, community centers, local businesses, libraries, Sunset Market, and in digital format on the Chamber’s website.

The Chamber recently held candidate forums for both districts, with all five District 2 candidates and all four District 1 candidates participating. We were pleased to have full participation from the candidates and a great turnout from the community. See page 14 for the full story and an overview of the candidates’ positions on some key community issues. District elections present a new challenge to our City as the candidates each only answer to about ¼ of the City’s voters. It is critical to the future of Oceanside that whoever is elected will balance the needs of his or her district with the overall welfare of the City. On a related note, several of our long-time elected officials will be leaving office in the next few months. Thank you to Oceanside City Councilmember Jerry Kern, County Supervisor Bill Horn, Assemblymember Rocky Chavez and Congressman Darrel Issa for their many years of service to our region. We look forward to continuing to work with those who will fill their seats for the upcoming term.

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Preparing Oceanside’s Workforce

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Networking Events

Here’s a quick overview of some other key business issue that are on our radar…

6 Economic Impact of Measure Y

For restaurants, coffee houses, etc., the issue of single use materials, specifically straws, continues to be a hot topic. AB 1884, which calls for straws to only be given out upon request, had already passed the State Senate and Assembly as of this writing. Several municipalities have implemented, or will consider ordinances that would go beyond the state legislation. We have reached out to the City Council and our local eateries to make sure there is ongoing communication between business owners and city leaders as decisions are made on this issue.

12 New and Renewing Chamber Members

The issue of getting and keeping sand on our beaches continues to be a key

18 Economic Development Update

14 Council Candidates Weigh in on Key Issues 15 Community Trip to China 16 Collaboration in the Oceanside California Cultural District 17 Community Events

The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following Chamber Partners for their generous financial contributions to the Chamber’s program of work.





For more information about how your company can participate in the Partner Program, please contact Scott Ashton at 760-722-1534

economic development and quality of life issue. It is great to know that the Army Corps of Engineers has secured a 10-year permit for dredging the Harbor, meaning that we should get sand on our beaches for the upcoming summers. However, a long-term solution that keeps sand on our beaches is still lacking. Watch for the Chamber to become much more engaged on this critical issue in the coming years. It is not just of importance to our tourism industry, but to the overall quality of life to everyone that uses Oceanside’s beaches. Measure Y, formerly known as the SOAR Initiative, could potentially impact our city for decades to come. If you are not already familiar with this issue, please read the story on page 6. Measure Y would set a dangerous precedent by treating zoning decisions in South Morro Hills differently than the rest of the City. The measure would place land use decisions, impacting the livelihood of our local farmers, into the hands of the general public. The November 6th ballot includes critical issues for Oceanside, so please get out and exercise your right to vote. With council districting, each race could come down to just a few votes. Make your vote count!

Board of Directors:

Joshua W. Van Orden, Chair Oceanside Therapy Group Bill Birnie, Chair Elect Pacific Marine Credit Union Marva Bledsoe, Secretary/Treasurer Women’s Resource Center Kevin Witowich, Immediate Past Chair BBVA Compass Investments – Kevin Witowich Debra Allen Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Mortuary and Crematory, FD-234 Charlie Anderson Privateer Coal Fire Pizza Nazeli Dertsakian Genentech Julie Hiltsley Finance of America Mortgage – Julie Hiltsley Kristen Huyck MiraCosta College

Lori Lawson New Line Associates Robert Lustig Military Automotive Assistance Program (MAAP) Nicole Magnuson Oceanside Promise Cristian Manzano Wells Fargo Bank (Rancho Del Oro) Maria Mingalone Oceanside Museum of Art Patricia Reily, Ed.D. Cal State San Marcos Jessica Shrader Tri-City Medical Center Bruce Tait Masson & Associates, Inc. Bob Waite AFLAC – Bob Waite Adaline M. Woodard San Diego Gas & Electric Rick Wright MainStreet Oceanside

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ADVISORS Col. Philip Antekeier USMC United States Marine Corps Deanna Lorson City of Oceanside Leslee Gaul Visit Oceanside Conference and Visitor Bureau STAFF Scott Ashton Chief Executive Officer Tracy Chin Finance and HR Administrator Vannie Colon Customer Service Specialist Quinton Harmon Membership Services Assistant Kristi Hawthorne Director of Events and Military Outreach Melony Kofahl Customer Service Specialist Emerald Lowe Director of Membership and Oceanside Young Professionals Pam Rumer VP of Business Development @OsideCaChamber






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I T TA K E S A CO M M U N I T Y T O P R E PA R E O C E A N S I D E’S FUTURE WORKFORCE By Dr. Nicole Magnuson, Executive Director, Oceanside Promise The City of Oceanside is a thriving coastal community attracting tourists, industry, and new residents who value our diversity, beaches, and quality of life. In order to meet the needs and expectations of our current and future residents and employers, we must remain focused on ensuring we have a pipeline of quality talent to enter the workforce, become future leaders, and contribute meaningfully to our city. The Oceanside Promise is a community-wide partnership united by a shared vision of every child and youth reaching their fullest potential in college, career and life. The Promise partners believe in the promise of Oceanside and the importance of investing in the social, emotional and academic success of all children. It’s an investment with profound returns as they are better equipped with the skills, knowledge, and competencies to take on leadership roles in our school district, city government, businesses, and nonprofit community. We also believe that we must work better together… and we cannot do it alone. According to Georgetown University, three quarters of the jobs of the future will require some kind of training beyond high school. Living in California, earning a college degree or industry recognized certificate is imperative for current and future generations if they want to do more than just get by. Oceanside has one of the highest poverty levels in North County. The solution? A more educated, skilled, and engaged workforce. As members of the community, we all have a role in supporting the success of our children and students to become confident, qualified and competitive locally, nationally, and globally. Some ways that individuals and organizations can help Oceanside’s students succeed include: Set High Expectations: Youth are influenced by their peers and the adults around them. It’s our job to encourage them to pursue lifelong learning and college degree and/or industry recognized certificate attainment. Postsecondary education prepares them to be competitive for high wage, high demand jobs and results in higher incomes, greater resiliency during an economic downturn, and less dependence on social services. In short, it benefits us all. Expect World-Class Education: A high-quality education system is key in preparing students for the | Fall 2018

workforce. Encouraging and supporting our PreK-12 and higher education institutions to be innovative and adaptive to rapidly changing workforce demands is one way to ensure students have access to quality learning experiences. Provide Career Exploration Opportunities: Oceanside students need real life experiences in local and regional companies in order to expose them to diverse careers and to better understand employer expectations. This can take many forms such as job shadowing, paid internships, career mentorship, and more. In addition, educators need partnerships with industry so that classroom content is more relevant and related to realworld experiences, thus, better preparing students for success in college and career. Contribute Your Expertise: Schools, nonprofits and community-based programs need experts in a variety of fields actively engaged in sharing their path to college and/ or career. The Oceanside Promise is actively recruiting industry experts to get involved so more youth have role models and mentors who can help them navigate the complexity of college and career pathways. Volunteering on expert panels, visiting classrooms, and working directly with students are just some of the ways you can give back and help prepare students for success. Invest in Innovative Approaches: Organizations and educational institutions throughout Oceanside that are focused on preparing students for the workforce depend on community support. Even if you can’t get actively involved, you can invest in supporting programs, services and collaborations, such as the Oceanside Promise, to support more youth on their path to college and career preparedness. Regardless of where you choose to get engaged, you can make a difference. Your involvement with time, money or talent is a valuable investment in our children, youth and the future workforce of Oceanside. To learn more, visit Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal | 3

s g n i t t u C Ribbon HISTORIC VICTORIAN HOME TURNS BISTRO Saint Tropez Bistro & Beyond celebrated the grand opening of their newest location at 524 S Coast Hwy in Oceanside. The new restaurant offers a fantastic meeting space for lunch or catering options for larger groups. They also have a variety of fresh baked pastries in their gourmet artesian bakery in a charming, cozy atmosphere.

NEW KIDS COURSE OPEN AT GOAT HILL Goat Hill Park opened, “The Playground” on July 7th. The 3-hole “kids course” is free to children with fees for adults paid in an “Honor Box” at the entrance. They are located at 2323 Goat Hill Dr. in Oceanside.

LOCAL TATTOO STUDIO GETS A NEW LOOK Insight Studios celebrated the grand opening of their first Oceanside location at 423 S. Coast Hwy. The shop specializes in custom pieces from talented local artists with a creative flair.

CRUNCH FITNESS COMES TO OCEANSIDE Crunch Fitness launched the opening of its first Oceanside location on June 23rd at 1767 Oceanside Blvd. The new gym features top notch strength & cardio equipment along with world-class trainers at an affordable price.

NEW ART STUDIO OPENS UP ON MISSION AVE Studio ACE opened its doors on June 23rd at 3861 Mission Ave., #B3. The new art center is a nonprofit dedicated to enriching lives through arts, community & education in Oceanside.

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Networking Events

Networking events are open to Oceanside Chamber members. For more information about these events, or to attend as a prospective member, contact Emerald Lowe at (760) 722-1534 ext. 110 or email

FIRST TUESDAY COFFEE A casual morning of coffee and treats in a roundtable networking setting. Share a business card and get your “elevator pitch” ready. Free to Chamber members. Visitors welcome with registration.

Chamber conference room • 928 N. Coast Highway 8:00-9:00am October 2, November 6, December 4

SECOND TUESDAY BEER N BRAGGIN Social Meet-Up with no agenda and no host-bar. Make new friends and enjoy a happy hour after work. We meet from 4:30pm – 6:00pm and open to the public. Chamber membership not required.

October 9 @ Barrel Republic November 13 @ Tap That Draft Beer Services and Tap Room December 11 @ Legacy Brewing Company, Inc.

BUSINESS MIXERS Join us for an evening of networking, appetizers and prizes. A portion of our raffle will benefit a local non-profit organization.

October 18, Global City Media Center November 15, Joe’s Crab Shack December 12 @ QLN Conference Center

NEW HOME LOAN OFFICE OPENS IN SOUTH O CURATED MAKERS & VINTAGE MARKET The Simpleloan Group Powered by Prime Mortgage TURNS ONE opened their office at 2110 S. Coast Hwy, Ste. D on August 10th. The group is well versed in first time home buying, VA loan utilization, down payment assistance & more. | Fall 2018

Sea Hive Marketplace celebrated the One Year Anniversary of their 13,000 sq. ft. location at 1555 S. Coast Hwy. Their space is home to over 100 small businesses bringing a whole new meaning to “supporting local” offering something for everyone.

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On November 6th, Oceanside voters will have

the opportunity to vote on a ballot measure that will impact our local economy for decades to come. Measure Y, more commonly referred to as the SOAR initiative, not only could have lasting economic impacts, but also would eliminate local farmland, encourage sprawling estate lot development in Oceanside’s backcountry, and make “ballot-box planning” land-use restrictions a reality in Oceanside. Measure Y would require voter approval for any change in the zoning of land currently designated for agricultural or open space. This takes away property rights from farms by making it cost prohibitive for farmers to mount a political campaign, not to mention the cost to the city taxpayers to hold an election. This past Spring, upon recognition of the potential detrimental effects of the measure, the Chamber commissioned Dr. Lynn Reaser of Point Loma Nazarene University to complete a study on the economic impact of Measure Y. The complete study is available for download at According to Reaser’s report, Measure Y will fail on its core promise of protecting public recreational lands and open space “because most open space used for parks and recreational activities is City-owned and already requires a vote of the people for any zoning change.”

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MEASURE Y WOULD DEVASTATE FARMERS AND STALL ECONOMIC GROWTH Similarly, the claim that Measure Y will safeguard Oceanside farmland is false. In fact, Dr. Reaser’s study came to the opposite conclusion: “The Initiative will likely lead to the demise of active farms in Oceanside, with land either being left to go fallow or sold into large estates for the wealthy.” According to Chamber CEO, Scott Ashton, “This measure is not about saving open space or farms. Measure Y is simply an affront to property rights. It benefits a small group of estate owners at the expense of our farmers and the rest of our community.” Oceanside Farmers have deep concerns about the consequences of this measure. Neil Nagata, owner of Nagata Brothers Farms, Inc. in South Morro Hills, President of the San Diego Farm Bureau sees the initiative for what it truly is. “Measure Y doesn’t help agriculture, it hurts agriculture. Farmers must depend on land values as a significant part of how we borrow money to fund our farm. By stripping our property rights from us, [Measure] Y will actually hurt our ability to stay in business. Every burden that we add just makes it easier for foreign competition to move in and replace us. If farmers go bankrupt, we’d have to lay off employees, and the land won’t stay green. The decision would be to

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How the Council Candidates Stand on Measure Y CANDIDATE DISTRICT


Dana Corso 2 SUPPORT Susan Custer 1 OPPOSE Kristopher Kagan 2 SUPPORT Lawrence Kornit 2 SUPPORT Terry Johnson 2 OPPOSE Chuck Lowery 1 OPPOSE Michael Odegaard 1 SUPPORT Christopher Rodriguez 2 OPPOSE Esther Sanchez 1 SUPPORT Oceanside Chamber Position OPPOSE Answers were provided by candidates at Chamber candidate forums in August

sell off 2 ½ acre lots or have the land be left as a blight to the area.” Leaders in the agritourism arena also see the unintended consequences. Agritourism has proved a successful approach to tying tourism, dining and craft-driven business to local agriculture as a way to stimulate economic activity while sustaining farming. According to Eric Larson, Executive Director of the San Diego County Farm Bureau, | Fall 2018

“Agritourism can only succeed with large numbers of visitors. To accommodate the crowds there will need to be infrastructure improvements. If the SOAR initiative prevents infrastructure improvements, there should be no expectation that agritourism will succeed.” He added, “If you look at the two most successful examples of agritourism in San Diego County, Bates Nut Farm and the Flower Fields, neither would be allowed in Oceanside under the SOAR initiative.” Reaser’s report goes into depth on a wide array of economic consequences that could result from this initiative. Some of the key takeaways from the report include…

Family Farms Potentially Becoming Exclusive Estates for the Wealthy  The initiative would shut off avenues for farmers in Oceanside to remain viable at a time when they are being squeezed between rising labor, water, and financing costs and increasing competition from imports.  The Initiative would likely lead to the eventual demise of active farms in Oceanside, with land either being left to go fallow or sold into large estates for the wealthy.

Lost Opportunity for a Vibrant Agritourism Sector  The Initiative would prevent the creation of a vibrant

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agritourism cluster in Oceanside, including a mix of wineries, lodging, restaurants, and small retailers. In contrast, it would be restricted to a few roadside farm stands.  Allowing development of a true agritourism cluster with additional housing on 1/6 (limited development) to 1/3 (moderate development) of the land currently zoned exclusively for agriculture would produce significantly greater economic gains than if current uses are frozen in place. These gains would include:  About twice the number of jobs

 By 2034, the area currently being farmed is likely to contribute nearly $0.5 million to the City’s potential deficit. In contrast, the City could see a surplus of $1.2 million annually from the area if it allowed very limited development and a $2.5 million surplus annually from the region if moderate development were allowed. The report touches on several other consequences including widening wealth and income inequality, limitations on addressing housing shortages, and increased housing density in the remainder of Oceanside where it is already higher than the City of San Diego. According to Ashton, a No Vote on Measure Y will preserve a wide variety of economic opportunities for Oceanside over the coming decades. “If Measure Y is defeated, it gives Oceanside flexibility in addressing issues such as workforce housing and the implementation of a thriving agritourism sector, while ensuring agriculture remains a vital part of Oceanside – as it has been for generations.” 4

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NEW MEMBERS MAY 29 – SEPTEMBER 6 180 Solar Power 320 E 2nd Ave, Ste 101 Escondido, CA 92025 (760) 264-4011 Solar Electricity

Breakwater Community Church 506 S Nevada St Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 891-9639 Churches

Insight Oceanside 423 S. Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 730-6666 Tattooing

Card Connect Merchant Services Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 473-7703 Merchant Services

Kill Fish Company 314 Wisconsin Ave. Oceanside, CA 92054 Sportfishing Retail

Allison Maslan International 206 Birmingham Dr. Cardiff, CA 92007 (858) 794-0787 Business Coaching

Farmer’s Insurance - Laurie Kotecki 1012 S Coast Hwy., Ste. E Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 421-6564 www.farmersagent/lkotecki Insurance

Amazing Lash Studio Oceanside 2515 Vista Way, Ste. B Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 585-9685 oceanside/oceanside Beauty Salons - Beauty Services

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Americas Publisher, LLC PO Box 777116 Henderson, NV 89077 (702) 476-9186 Military Marketing Amerillum Brands - A • Light Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 727-7675 Manufacturing Anita’s Fine Mexican Restaurant 1714 South Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 722-6323 Restaurants - Mexican Armed Services YMCA Bldg 16144 A Street Camp Pendleton, CA 92055 (760) 655-4085 Military Services Blue Star Families PO Box 230637 Encinitas, CA 92023 Military Services

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Boyce’s Roofing and Repair 4083 Oceanside Blvd., Ste. D Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 583-9326 Roofing Branfman Law Group, P.C. 708 Civic Center Dr. Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 637-2400 Attorneys

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Lee & Associates Commercial RE 1900 Wright Pl., Ste. 200 Carlsbad, CA 92008 (760) 929-7845 Real Estate Sales Neuva Aesthetics 3837 Plaza Dr., #805 Oceanside, CA 92056 Healthcare Information

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New Song Community Church 3985 Mission Ave. Oceanside, CA 92058 (760) 560-5000 Churches

Healy Ventures DBA British Swim School 2292 Faraday Ave. Carlsbad, CA 92008 (760) 827-8602 Water Sports

North County Financial Associates 2101 El Camino Real, Suite 206 Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 231-5997 Insurance

Hobby Lobby 3514 College Blvd. Oceanside, CA 92056 (405) 745-6167 Arts and Crafts Supplies

Oceanside Sea Center 315 Harbor Dr. S Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 450-0403 Sportfishing

Home Sales for Heroes- Lelita Amick Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 637-1375 Real Estate Sales

OOLY, LLC Oceanside, CA 92056 Gifts & Stationary

Great, LLC. Encinitas, CA 92024 Business Coaching

Hughes Szuberla CPAs, APC 206 N Coast Hwy., Ste. 310 Oceanside, CA 92054 (619) 218-4466 Accountants - Certified Public Infinity from Marvin by Veracity Window & Door 8250 Camino Santa Fe, Ste. B San Diego, CA 92121 (909) 721-4124 california/lifetime-window-and-door Window Replacement

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Pacific Sotheby’s International RealtyAndrea L. Gilbert 3702 Via de la Valle, Ste. 202C Del Mar, CA 92014 (858) 945-1844 Andrea_Gilbert.html Real Estate Commercial & Investment Ride Oside 306 N Cleveland St. Oceanside, CA 92054 Entertainment

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M E MMembership BERSHIP MEMBERSHIP Membership Russell Cellular 3702 Plaza Dr., Ste. B Oceanside, CA 92056 (951) 529-7510 Wireless Communications

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SAC Accounting, Inc. Oceanside, CA 92054 Accounting Services

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SCAN Health Plan 9655 Granite Ridge Dr., Ste. 200 San Diego, CA 92123 (760) 265-0398 Insurance SenText Solutions Oceanside, CA 92054 (619) 802-5282 Business Services Sleep Number 2251 S El Camino Real, Ste. D Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 730-0340 oceanside/2251-s-el-camino-real.html Mattresses (Beds, Bedding, & Pillows) Terry’s Auto Body & Paint 1408 Mission Ave. Oceanside, CA 92058 (760) 757-7550 Auto Body Repair & Painting The Fin Hotel 133 S. Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 Hotels

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Vine Street Apartments 959 Vine St. Oceanside, CA 92054 Apartments

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Manheim San Diego Auto Auction, Inc. Oceanside Sea Lions Club Southern California Beach Club TOWizard, Inc. Beach Break Cafe Canine Companions for Independence P J Graphics Pacific Animal Hospital The Blue Whale

21-25 Years as Member

Central Michigan University Global Campus Hydranautics – A Nitto Group Company John T. Meyers McLain Properties Oceanside Abbey Carpet and Floor Old Town Trolley Tours of San Diego Pacific Coast Real Estate ‑ Doug Thompson Parra Accounting & Income Tax Service Ranch House Veterinary Services Rodeway Inn Sea Coast Exclusive Properties‑ Gary Nessim Southern California Edison

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AMAZEINC Internet Solutions Century 21 Mission/Beach Bunch (Gordy Witz) Cream of the Crop Dern, William M.DDS. A Prof. Corp Stater Bros. Markets #150 Stater Bros. Markets #151 The Toll Roads of Orange County

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California State University San Marcos Carefree Spa, Inc. Hobie Cat Company Johnson Interiors & More, Inc. North County Transit District Oceanside Beach Vacations, Inc. Walmart #5075 6-10 Years as Member Big Bob’s Best Pizza Children’s Physicians Medical Group Domino’s Pizza #8548 Fratelli’s Italian Kitchen Graybill Medical Group – Oceanside Holiday Inn Oceanside Marina ‑ MCB Camp Pendleton Area New Line Associates New Venture Christian Fellowship NK Towing & Roadside Services, Inc. Pacific Western Bank Pryor Products Red & White Superette Inc. Rookies Restaurant & Sports Bar Stone Brewing Co. – Stone Company Store

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1st Choice Plumbing Heating and Air Air Methods/Mercy Air Alphagraphics North County/North County Printers & Signs Assistance League North Coast Barrel Republic Brookdale Carlsbad Burke & Domercq, LLP Calvary Chapel Oceanside Captains Grounds Coffee Carlsbad Wellness Chiropractic Coast Jewelry & More DeLuz Family Housing Design Hair, Nails & Spa Eco Industrial Solutions EcoWater Systems of San Diego Edward Jones ‑ Chad Marentette Edward Jones ‑ Vincent Alessi Excell Research Fairway Mortgage‑Julie Hiltsley FedEx Ground Free Market Vending Fully Promoted of Oceanside Goat Hill Park God’s Heart Ministry/Las Valientes Grand Canyon University Health Right Insurance Heritage Hills Industrial Prosoft Solutions Jakprints Las Villas de Carlsbad Lighthouse Fish and Seafood Market/Oyster Bar Living Better Healthcare Masson & Associates, Inc. NCR Collection Service Oceanside Golf LLC Pacifica Senior Living Vista Paradise Falls Pierview Properties Real Estate ‑ David Albert Printing CEO Privateer Coal Fire Pizza Quarry Creek Dental Group Reap & Sow Sentir Global Inc. Signs for San Diego ‑ Frank Murch Southwest Strategies LLC The American Cancer Society The Eisendrath Team‑ Richard Eisendrath Tony’s Sports Bar and Grill Tri‑City Children’s Dentistry Tri‑City Hospital Foundation Trimco

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The last week of August, the Oceanside Chamber’s Business and Community Political Action Committee hosted forums for the District 1 and District 2 City Council Candidates. All 9 candidates participated in the forums and answered questions on key issues of concern to Oceanside. District 1 candidates included: Susan Custer, Chuck Lowery, Michael Odegaard, Esther Sanchez. District 2 candidates included Dana Corso, Kristopher Kagan, Larry Kornit, Terry Johnson and Christopher Rodriguez. Here’s an overview of the candidates’ positions on key Oceanside issues.


When asked about Measure Y, previously known as the SOAR initiative, District 1 candidates Custer and Lowery oppose the measure, while Sanchez and Odegaard support it. Custer noted that zoning throughout the rest of the City is done by the Council, and South Morro Hills should not be treated any differently. Lowery noted that SOAR came about from the desire of wealthy South Morro Hills homeowners to stop development. While he supports Measure Y, Odegaard noted that it “doesn’t go far enough”. Sanchez noted the origin of SOAR as being the council’s decision to pursue North River Farms against staff’s recommendations. In District 2, candidates Corso, Kagan and Kornit were all in favor of the measure, citing issues of trust that City Councilmembers will make the right decisions for that land. Terry Johnson, who had previously supported the measure, has changed his mind due to differences with Corso. As a farmer, Rodriguez has maintained a position against the measure all along.

a short term vacation rental program. Corso’s position on the measure was not clear, as she stated that it should be left to the people to decide.


The issue of cannabis was also addresses, with a general consensus amongst the candidates that it provided an economic opportunity for Oceanside, specifically with regard to pursuing tax revenue.

DISTRICT 1 HIGHLIGHTS Custer advocated for the streamlining of the approval and permitting processes for business. She advocated for employees covering more of their pension costs going forward and the idea of focusing on investments in which proceeds go toward paying down the pension liability. Lowery spoke of the importance of not allowing for a 4-person council, which could persist for up to 24 months if Sanchez is elected and vacates her “at-large”

MEASURE X The candidates were also questioned about Measure X, which would result in an increase of ½ percent on the sales tax in Oceanside. In District 1, Susan Custer was the only opposition to the measure. Odegaard, along with Sanchez and Lowery support Measure X. Both Sanchez and Lowery had previously voted in favor of placing the measure on this November’s ballot. In District 2, Johnson and Kornit showed strong support for the measure, citing the need for the additional funds to maintain public safety. Rodriguez and Kagan were not in support of Measure X, emphasizing that the City needs to pursue revenue growth instead. Kagan cited the desire to see more creativity in revenue generation, while Rodriguez spoke of opportunities to bring in more tax revenue with 14 | Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal

seat. He noted that this would impact the council’s ability to make important decisions such as addressing pension obligations. He also highlighted the importance Fall 2018 |

of infrastructure improvements to meet the needs of our growing business community. Odegaard expressed concerns about rising energy costs and highlighted his business’ (Vine Street Apartments) partnership with SDG&E to install charging stations for electric vehicles. He also advocated for addressing the City’s pension obligation by capping pensions and raising the City’s Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT). Sanchez emphasized the importance of protecting our industrial/commercial land and not rezoning it for housing. She spoke of the City’s relatively low jobs to housing ratio compared to the San Diego region. Sanchez noted the progress the City has already made in addressing the unfunded pension obligation.

DISTRICT 2 HIGHLIGHTS Corso was questioned about conflicting reports regarding her claim that she is being endorsed by former Oceanside Mayor, Jim Wood. A memo from Wood dated this July, along with a social media post from the Mayor’s former aide, have indicated that he is not endorsing any

candidates for this year’s council elections. At the forum, Corso stood by her claims that Wood has and continues to endorse her. Kornit said he wants to be the person to bring decorum back to the council and to be a councilmember that listens to the community members. In discussing his climate action plan for Oceanside, he said, new construction and every municipal building should have solar panels. He said building new homes (specifically affordable housing) anywhere other than near mass transit is irresponsible. Rodriguez spoke of his concern about housing costs pushing our seniors and veterans out of Oceanside and spoke of streamlining development processes. He also advocated for creativity in addressing housing, which would include having a robust accessory dwelling unit program that could alone add 800-1000 units to Oceanside’s housing supply. Johnson in addressing housing, said high density development will be built along the rail corridor and possibly in the old drive-in theatre site. He also noted the importance of the passage of the sales tax measure as the City addresses pension obligations. He spoke of the strong consensus the council had when he previously served, and felt that Oceanside is continuing to enjoy the benefits of those years. Kagan referenced the 9-block plan in downtown Oceanside as a great start, but said he wants to see the 42 square mile plan for the rest of Oceanside. He advocated for more housing development in downtown Oceanside that would allow for residents to be close to mass transit. The District 1 forum can be seen in its entirety at Youtube. com/OceansideChamber. Regrettably, due to technical difficulties, we are unable to publish the District 2 forum.

The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce an opportunity to explore China for a once in a lifetime trip on October 13-21, 2019. Citslinc International, Inc. and the Oceanside Chamber are partnering up for a nine-day trip through historical and business adventures in China. The trip will consist of deluxe tours in Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou, and an opportunity to network with local Chinese business. The tours will include the Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Tian An Men Square, Pudong Economic Development Zone and more. The trip package rate is $2,099, and this includes the roundtrip international airfare and Chinese domestic airfare, four-and-five-star hotels, three meals per day, fluent English-speaking tour guides and entrance fees for attractions. There is also an opportunity to attend the Terra-Cotta Warriors Tour for an additional charge. This trip is open to Chamber members, business leaders and friends. | Fall 2018

For further information: Tracy Chin, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce 760-722-1534 Ext. 103 Tour Operator, Citslinc International, Inc. 844-262-1100 Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal | 15

CREATIVE CHANGE: COLL ABORATION IN THE OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA CULTURAL DISTRICT (OCCD) Submitted by Maria Mingalone, Executive Director of Oceanside Museum of Art on behalf of the Oceanside California Cultural District (OCCD) Lead Partners

Oceanside has incredible personality and energy, both in its art and its people. It is this culturally rich, creative spirit that makes it worthy of its recent designation by the California Arts Council as one of the first California Cultural Districts in the state. A team effort Oceanside California Cultural District (OCCD) has been a group undertaking from the beginning. Oceanside Public Library, Oceanside Museum of Art, and MainStreet Oceanside, a downtown business organization, joined forces, and this trio strikes the right balance of community connection, quality artistic experience, and business strength that a cultural district deserves. The lead partners have created an Executive Committee along with Visit Oceanside, the local tourism entity, and are forming a Steering Committee, made up of members of the business community representing retail, lodging and food establishments, city’s planning staff, artists, and citizens, to create a solid foundation on which to succeed. One of the earliest members of the Steering Committee is the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce which understands that culture contributes to the health of our city in a myriad of ways; it makes good economic sense for local business owners by acting as an anchor to the downtown area and drawing visitors to restaurants and shops; it is a source of pride for our elected leaders and benefits the entire north county region. First time for everything Oceanside’s Arts Commission has undertaken the development of the city’s first cultural plan in its history. Planning started with input from the public and elected officials to articulate a vision, goals, and strategies to help the arts and creativity flourish. O’Arts: Master Plan for the Arts for the City of Oceanside focuses on arts as a civic problem-solver, its contributions to economic health and prosperity, and the importance of equity and inclusion. It outlines the need for collaboration, cultivation, and growth of the emerging OCCD, as well as the importance of leveraging community assets for success. Nationwide, arts audiences send $102.5 billion to local businesses in event-related spending, such as lodging, parking, meals and souvenirs. In the City of San Diego, event-related spending by arts and cultural organizations supports 36,000 full-time equivalent jobs and delivers $116 million in local and state government revenue. To bring this spotlight locally, the Arts Commission will undertake 16 | Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal

an Americans for the Arts Economic Impact in the next year to examine the impact of the arts within Oceanside, and a separate study to examine the impact of the cultural district itself. The shape of things to come Time will tell what shape the Oceanside Cultural District will ultimately carve for itself, much like the coastline where it resides. But the work of the partnership thus far has no doubt strengthened our momentum and sense of direction. Oceanside’s designation as a California Cultural District has proved to be an opportunity to explore and share who we want to be collectively — to place leaders of cultural organizations, arts venues, members of the business community, and city leaders in the same room to honor our numerous assets and to contribute to the bright future of a vibrant Oceanside.

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From headlining shows in Las Vegas and across the country, to well-known TV performances including “Dancing with the Stars” and “The Bill Engvall Show,” Grammy-nominated artist and comedian Bill Engvall will bring his iconic laughs to Tri-City Hospital Foundation’s 38th Annual Diamond Ball this fall. The black-tie event, which will be held at the Park Hyatt Aviara in Carlsbad on Sat., Oct. 27, will raise funds to support the award-winning Heart and Stroke Care programs at Tri-City Medical Center, a community hospital serving North San Diego County. A special VIP reception with Engvall, delicious hors d’oeuvres and hosted wine, an exquisite three-course dinner, silent and live auction, live music and dancing, and, of course, a hilarious comedy performance by Engvall will all be a part of the celebration. Corporate sponsorship levels, underwriting opportunities and individual ticket sales can be reviewed and purchased online at

OCEANSIDE CHAMBER TO FIELD TEAM FOR 2ND ANNUAL NORTH COUNT Y HEART WALK For the second straight year, the Oceanside Chamber staff will participate in the Annual North County Heart Walk event in Oceanside. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, October 20th at the SoCal Sports Complex, near the El Corazon Senior Center. The focus of the event is to make our community a healthier place by coming together to fight heart disease and stroke. To join or contribute to the Chamber team, please visit our page at… | Fall 2018

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CONSTRUCTION UPDATE... Ramen Memna is now open at 502 Mission Ave. in


Downtown Oceanside.

Construction is moving at a rapid pace for the new Winco Foods located in the Camino Town & Country shopping center. This 83,650 sq. ft. Winco will be the second store in North San Diego County.

OCEANSIDE NEWS IS A PUBLICATION OF THE CITY OF OCEANSIDE’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION. OCEANSIDE NEWS IS DEDICATED TO TheBEING FinAHotel now open at 133 S. Coast Hwy. in downtown Oceanside. Once known as The Dolphin Hotel, The Fin STRONG is PARTNER WITH BROKERS, DEVELOPERS, BUSINESSES, AS WELL AS has been restored to its original glory offering accommodations unlike any other in downtown Oceanside. It was also BUSINESS LEADERS AND COMMUNITY knownLEADERS. as the WE Keisker Hotel 1927 and was built by Julius E. Keisker. It was one of the first hotels on Coast Highway in WELCOME YOURin INPUT NEWSWORTHY OceansideAND andYOUR is the only one of its kind remaining from this era. INFORMATION FOR OUR PUBLICATION. News continued from page 1 Tambo Cafe is now open at 1904 South Coast Hwy. Tambo

Construction is moving at a rapid pace for the new Winco Foods located in the Camino Town & Country shopping center. This 83,650 sq. ft. Winco will be the second store in North San Diego County.

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TARGET OCEANSIDE EAST is now open at 471 College Blvd. in the Mission Marketplace shopping center. This Target is a smaller version of the typical Target store which also includes a CVS Pharmacy and Starbucks. Target hired over 169 employees at this location.


In recent years Mission Marketplace has seen some great additions with Ross, PetSmart TropezBig Bistro Beyond now open at 524 S Coast and Sprouts; other tenantsSt.include Lots,&Rite Aid, isFitness 19, The Avenue and Hwy. A bistro and gourmet artisan bakery, serving breakfast, several places to eat like Ohana Hawaiian Bbq, Mountain Mikes Pizza and Victoria’slunch and Mexican Food. Also coming intodinner. the center next year will be Golden Corral. Pierside South - Lot 19 is getting close to finishing on their mixed-use St. Tropez Bistro & Beyond is now open at 524 Checkunits, out the Mission Marketplace website for upcoming events happening at the S Coast A bistro and gourmet artisan bakery, project that consists of 110 residential a club house, a poolHwy. on the center: serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. sixth floor, and 12,138 sq. ft. of retail on the first floor. News continues on page 2

18 | Oceanside of Commerce Business Journal The Fin HotelChamber is now open at 133 S.Quarterly Coast Hwy. in downtown

Oceanside. Once known as The Dolphin Hotel, The Fin has been restored to its original glory offering accommodations

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COMING SOON... 17, the City Council directed staff to initiate text dments to the agricultural zoning regulations to facilitate Agritoursim activities, such as limited food processing and retail sales, as incidental uses on sites primarily used ricultural purposes. In fulfillment of this direction, staff ped a draft Tier 1 Agritourism Activities Matrix reflective blic feedback received from the three agritourism hops hosted by Visit Oceanside and the City. To view the Agritourism Tier Activities Matrix: // y. h

Coming this fall “Blade 1936” a modern Italian eatery will be located at 401 Seagaze in downtown Oceanside. This restaurant’s name is a tribute to The Blade-Tribune, a local Since 1950 Hobie Cat, located in Oceanside, has been in the newspaper that resided in based the building from business of shaping a unique lifestyle around fun, water, 1936 until the 1960s. This historic building and quality products that are distributed worldwide. was architect Irving Gill’s last project and is being revived by local architect Kennith Hobie Cat has an impressive collection of Chriss. watercrafts such

as kayaks, sailboats, stand-up-paddleboards and surfboards and a comprehensive array of parts and accessories like cup holders, rod holders and coolers that are made to fit perfectly on their Mirage Pro Angler.

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likeAgritourism cup holders, rod holders, and coolers thaton the outAmazing the Documentary focusing Lash Studio leased 2515local Vista Way, are made to fit Oceanside perfectly onhas their Mirage ance of having sustainable farmland in the B in the El Camino North shopping center opening this sunitySte. by2018. KOCT. The documentary was Profunded the fall ys, of San Diego’s Board of Supervisors 2017-2018 Hobie Cat is located at 4925 Oceanside Blvd., munity Enhancement Grant. The documentary features employs 250Local people out ofOwner, ews withand Jason Mraz,approximately a Musician and Farm the corporate headquarters and manufacturing arson from the San Diego County Farm Bureau, Local facility in Oceanside. rs, City of Oceanside Staff, Restaurateurs and Chefs. ocumentry is a great example of growing Agritourism in Hobie Cat is located at 4925 Oceanside Blvd., and employs The Business Walk had 20 teams of two that were each sent out to a different with of businesses nside! approximately 250business people park out of thea list corporate headquarters to visit. 253 businesses were targeted; 111 were visited; and 97 surveys were completed. One of the most and manufacturing facility in Oceanside. encouraging from theEducation surveys was that 70% of the businesses expected to experience growth. osta take-aways Community andover Workforce opment is launching new programs in cybersecurity, ROV/ We are proud that Hobie Cat, one of our most innovative and operations and biomedical equipment maintenance and successful manufacturing businesses, calls Oceanside home.

ou know that in 2017, Tourism brought $351 million to nside, supported over 3,330 local jobs, and generated million in local and state taxes? Read more at Visit nside:

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