Best of OCEANSIDE Business Journal April 2018 Spring Edition

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Long Awaited Beach Resort to Break Ground Story on Page 12


Chamber Provides Business Voice on SOAR Initiative


Oceanside’s New Mayor, Peter Weiss


MiraCosta College Update: Expanding Our Future


Oceanside Economic Development News




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 PDF format on the Chamber’s website.

928 N. Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 722-1534 Produced and published by the staff of the Oceanside Chamber Copyright Oceanside Chamber of Commerce All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2018 Design: Scott Ashton and Tiffany Smith

INSIDE THIS EDITION 1 Chamber Opposes “Anti-Business” SOAR Initiative 2 Oceanside’s New Mayor, Peter Weiss 4 Networking and Community Events 6 Long Awaited Beach Resort to Break Ground 8 Spotlight on North San Diego NAACP 10 Welcome New Chamber Members

14 Thank You Renewing Members 16 Economic Development News 20 Threat Recognition Training

There are two current examples in which the business community’s voice needs to be heard, and the Chamber is making sure that this happens. First is the impact of the proposed SOAR Initiative on our farming community, and its potential future consequences to other industries. We have detailed this issue on the next page; and if it does make it onto the ballot, the Chamber intends to play a key role in ensuring its defeat. Another current issue is a hotel project that was recently denied by the Oceanside Planning Commission. This proposed project would bring a Fairfield Inn to a vacant property on Oceanside Blvd., just west of I-5. The 99-room hotel would provide an estimated $450 - $500 of TOT taxes to the City of Oceanside in addition to the potential of increased sales tax revenue.


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In the ever-changing political landscape in the City of Oceanside, one thing remains constant, a strong voice is needed to represent the business community. The Chamber continues to be committed to filling that critical role.

The project went before the Planning Commission in January where it received opposition from nearby residents. The Planning Commission passed a motion “to not certify the Environmental Impact Report, to deny the development plan, conditional use permits and variance; and to recommend Council denial of the general plan amendment and zoning amendment.” At its March meeting, the Oceanside Chamber Board voted to support this project, as it is an appropriate use for the land and location and will help generate needed tax revenue to fund many of our City’s local priorities, such as public safety. The issue is expected to go before the City Council in early April and the Chamber has already expressed its support of the project to the Mayor and City Councilmembers. These are just a couple of examples of your Chamber providing an important voice for the greater good of the community. Chris Mead, author of “The Magicians of Main Street (America and its Chambers of Commerce)” speaks of how “voluntary groups of business people (chambers of commerce), even before the American Revolution, changed not only their local economies but often their society”. I know that I am proud to be part of such an effort, and I am glad to have a great business community supporting the Oceanside Chamber’s work.

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

C H A M B E R O P P O S E S “A N T I - B U S I N E S S” S O A R I N I T I AT I V E ​ AREA BUSINESS LEADERS SITE CONCERNS WITH PROPERTY RIGHTS, ECONOMIC VITALITY The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors unanimously voted to oppose the Save Open Space and Agricultural Resources initiative, known as S.O.A.R. The proposed initiative would require a vote of the people of Oceanside for any request requiring a zone change to open space or agricultural property. This initiative destabilizes farmers’ rights, creates devastating community impacts, and denigrates the City Council. A group of Oceanside farmers opposed to this initiative have formed a coalition called Keep Farming in Oceanside to educate voters on the realities of this misguided ballot initiative. In addition to the chamber, other entities opposed to S.O.A.R. include: The San Diego County Farm Bureau, Beach House Winery and large-scale farms such as Mellano & Co. and the Nagata Brothers. According to the Keep Farming in Oceanside coalition, the measure would: • Destabilize farmers’ rights and threaten agricultural | Spring 2018

lands by blocking farmers’ ability to finance improvements and remain competitive. • Prohibit construction of new processing and packaging facilities needed for continued agricultural operations without a citywide vote. • Restrict necessary infrastructure improvements such as the construction of roads, utilities and other public facilities.​ • Place a moratorium on existing general plan and zoning designations until 2038, and requires costly citywide elections for even minor changes. “The Chamber recognizes that Oceanside residents have elected a city council that deserves the opportunity to do its job,” said Scott Ashton, CEO of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce. “There are already strategic land use processes in place, and S.O.A.R. aims to fix a problem that is not broken.” As of this writing, it was still undetermined as to whether or not the SOAR proponents had gathered the required number of signatures needed to place the initiative on the ballot.

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MEET OCEANSIDE’S NEW MAYOR, PETER WEISS Oceanside’s newest Mayor Peter Weiss has a lengthy history as a city employee and is well regarded. Peter earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from the University of Pittsburgh in 1981. Weiss was first hired by the City of Oceanside in 1986 as a city engineer where he specialized in helping with plans for new development and focused on customer service. He was then promoted to city engineer in 1996, a position held until 2000 when Weiss was appointed Director of Oceanside’s new Public Works Department. In 2007 the City Council appointed Weiss as City Manager, replacing Barry Martin. He served as city manager for six years, retiring in 2013, but continued to work for the city as a consultant. When Mayor Jim Wood announced his retirement in 2018, he recommended that the City Council appoint Peter as Mayor to fulfill his term. Weiss was sworn in on Thursday, January 25, 2018. Peter and his wife Janet have raised four children who all attended El Camino High School. Over the years, Peter had been active in Boy Scouts and a variety of youth sports programs. Peter is still active in

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community sports as a coach and referee for the TriCity Inline Hockey League. He still plays ice hockey for “The Cheese,” and has been known to frequent various drinking establishments as a performer in a rock-androll band.

NEW MAGAZINE TO COMMEMORATE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF WOMEN MARINES ON CAMP PENDLETON The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce is honored to partner with the local Chapters of the Women Marines Association and the Camp Pendleton Historical Society to create a magazine celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Women Marines on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

With the establishment of Camp Joseph H. Pendleton in 1942, Women Marines arrived one year later. Their role was to assist and support and to “free up” as many male Marines for overseas duty as possible. The Women Marine Reserve was formed on February 13, 1943, under Col. Ruth Cheney Streeter. Captain Lillian Daly was stationed at Camp Pendleton in March of 1943. She was one of the 300 women enlisted by the Marines in World War I for clerical work. She attained the rank of corporal when she was Miss Lillian O’Malley and was the first Woman Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton at the time. In October of 1943 the first contingent of 95 Women Marines reached Camp Pendleton and were welcomed by General Joseph C. Fegan. Since then, many women have proudly worn the Eagle, Globe and Anchor. partnership a publication in ide Chamber of with the Oceans Chapters of the Commerce, local association, and Women Marines n Historical society. Camp Pendleto , 928 n. Coast Highway 92054 Oceanside, Ca www.oceansidec

This publication will feature a wide variety of historical articles and photos, commemorating the role of Women in the Marine Corps and their contribution to the United States of America. Your ad in the magazine is a great way to salute Women Marines, and to promote your business to thousands of potential customers. 2 | Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal

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s g n i t t u C n Ribbo LOCAL SIGN SHOP CELEBRATES 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY On Saturday January 12th, Signs of San Diego hosted their 5 Year Anniversary Party. Owner, Frank Murch and his staff celebrated by debuting many of their fabulous signs made over the years. Upon walking in, guests were offered a free laminate business card to take home. Attendees took a creative tour of the shop with a fun scavenger hunt. Signs for San Diego mainly serves areas in North County San Diego including Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, Carlsbad, Encinitas and Camp Pendleton. However, they also do business with


all of San Diego County & Southern Orange County. Signs for San Diego follows customers through each step in the process from sales, to production, then finally installation of their products. Frank and his team offer free quotes with businesses to determine which products fit their needs and help them become visible to their customers. Learn more at http://www.

On Saturday January 27th, Cinematic Arts & Sound invited community out to celebrate the grand opening of their new studio. Guests were greeted with live music, wine and desserts before the grand reveal of their new studio. After the ribbon cutting, attendees entered a raffle to win a private screening before taking tours of the business. The creativity of the owners reflected directly in the décor and artwork displayed throughout the studio. Each room was more interesting than the next and certainly worth the wait! This studio really has it all. Cinematic Arts & Sound is a full service film and recording arts studio that caters to filmmakers, artists, photographers, and musicians alike! CAS also offers a space for professionals to host masterclasses in their field. Learn more at https://www.

PRIVATE TRAINING FACILITY COMES TO OCEANSIDE On Saturday January 20th, Self Made Training Facility held a grand opening party for their new location at 4263 Oceanside Blvd. Guests were able to take tours of their 5,700 sq. ft. facility and speak one-on-one with over a dozen of their elite trainers. Numerous fitness industry leaders offered product samples and advice while kids played in a “fun zone” in a jumper provided by SMTF. Oceanside SMTF owner, Cole Hansen, is an avid fitness enthusiast who loves to help people succeed and meet their goals. Their motto: “No memberships. No contracts. Only results.” This facility specializes in weight loss management, bodybuilding, power lifting, cross fit, MMA, and boxing. Learn more at http:// | Spring 2018

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Board of Directors:

Debra Allen Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Mortuary and Crematory, FD-234 Charlie Anderson Privateer Coal Fire Pizza Bill Birnie, Vice Chair Pacific Marine Credit Union Marva Bledsoe, Secretary/Treasurer Women’s Resource Center Leslee Gaul Visit Oceanside Conference and Visitor Bureau Julie Hiltsley Finance of America Mortgage – Julie Hiltsley Kristen Huyck MiraCosta College Lori Lawson New Line Associates Deanna Lorson City of Oceanside 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 Col. John Polidoro USMC United States Marine Corps Patricia Reily, Ed.D. Cal State San Marcos Jessica Shrader Tri-City Medical Center David Stewart, Chair Elect Genentech Bruce Tait Masson & Associates, Inc. Joshua W. Van Orden, Chair Oceanside Therapy Group Bob Waite AFLAC – Bob Waite Kevin Witowich, Immediate Past Chair BBVA Compass Investments – Kevin Witowich Adaline M. Woodard San Diego Gas & Electri c Rick Wright MainStreet Oceanside


Scott Ashton

Upcoming Networking & Community Events MIXERS & EVENTS APRIL 19 Oceanside Business Expo 2 to 6 pm, QLN Conference Center, 1938 Avenida Del Oro APRIL 24 Marketing Strategies That Build Customers and Revenues 10:00 am to 11:30 am Oceanside Chamber, 928 North Coast Highway MAY 9 Joint Mixer with Vista Chamber of Commerce, 5 to 7 pm Moonlight Amphitheater, Vista MAY 15 Get Found on Google Search and Maps 9:30 to 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber, 928 North Coast Highway JUNE 13 Oceanside Heroes Reception 6:00 to 8 pm, Oceanside Museum of Art, 704 Pier View Way JUNE 19 Get Found on Google Search and Maps 9:30 to 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber, 928 North Coast Highway JULY 11 Installation & Award Luncheon 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm, El Camino Country Club, 3202 Vista Way

COMMUNITY EVENTS April April 14-15 Oceanside Days of Art at the Oceanside Civic Center April 21-23 Scholastic Surf Contest Series at the Oceanside Pier April 21 Earth Day Festival in Downtown Oceanside April 28-29 A merican Cancer Society Relay for Life May May 5-6 Scholastic Surf Contest Series at South Jetty May 5 Holi Festival of Colors at Oceanside Pier May 11-23 Beach Soccer Championships at the Oceanside Harbor June June 9-10 Marine Corps Mud Run Camp Pendleton June 12-16 Race Across America June 15-19 Surfing America USA Surfing Championships June 30 Freedom Day Parade

Chief Executive Officer

Pam Rumer

VP of Business Development Kristi Hawthorne Director of Events and Military Outreach

Emerald Lowe

Membership Services Coordinator







Tracy Chin

Finance and HR Administrator Quinton Harmon Membership Services Assistant Valeria Tucker Customer Service Specialist

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Oceanside Chamber of Commerce 928 N. Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 722-1534 • Spring 2018 |


Networking Events

Tuesday 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 May 1, June 5, July 3

SECOND TUESDAY CAFECITO Enjoy sweet bread and coffee while learning about the Latino business community.

San Luis Rey Bakery • 490 N. El Camino Real • 8:30 am to 10:00am May 8, June 12, July 10


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.

May 8 • Joe’s Crab Shack June 12 • Oceanside Sports Bar July 10 • Hello Betty Fish House

THIRD TUESDAY COFFEE Experience a different type of networking with various formats including “Speed Networking” and “Review Hour” each month. Come out of each event with solid connections! Free to Chamber members. Visit to find out which format we’ll be using each month.

Chamber conference room • 928 N. Coast Highway 8:00-9:00am May 15, June 19, July 17

WHAT IS PLATES FOR 8? Plates for 8 provides a chance for 8-12 Chamber Members to meet for lunch or happy hour and learn more about each other’s business. A Chamber representative facilitates the event to provide an in-depth networking opportunity. This is an industry specific networking event so RSVP’s are necessary. The only cost to attend is your meal. | Winter 2018

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L O N G AWA I T E D B E A C H R E S O R T TO BRE AK GROUND No one would dispute that Oceanside is enjoying a time of revitalization and rebirth. Oceanside has become the new trendy, happening place to be and be seen. With its “rediscovery” and new found popularity, a resort hotel is in demand. This year, Oceanside awaits two new projects by Two Roads Hospitality together with S.D. Malkin Properties Inc. The project will encompass two blocks along Pacific Street with the Joie de Vivre boutique hotel situated on the north block and the Destination Resort to the south. Designed by architectural firm, Delawie of San Diego, the project will be built by DPR Construction. When completed, the projects will provide Oceanside resort accommodations worthy of a city in renaissance. From its earliest years, Oceanside advertised itself as a “seaside resort.” When Andrew Jackson Myers first acquired 160 acres to build his new city, he built a bathhouse just below the bluff on the beach (located where the current Beach Community Center now stands). He then arranged excursion trains that brought

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prospective investors from Redlands, Riverside, Colton and Temecula to see the natural beauty of the coastline and offered a piece of paradise to would be buyers. Needed for a seaside resort was a substantial hotel, and in 1887 the beautiful South Pacific Hotel was built. It was located on Third (Pier View Way) and Pacific Streets. A.P. Hotaling of San Francisco was the owner

Oceanside’s greatest asset is its proximity to the beach and with a name that says it all, Oceanside still captures the imagination of tourists.

of the hotel, which was four stories tall and faced the railroad track, instead of the beach, to entice train passengers stopping at the new city by the sea. On the wave of success, however, tragedy struck in June

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South Pacific Hotel

pier was built in 1927 and The Strand was paved. With a beach gazebo or bandshell, the hotel was in a prime location for numerous events, including concerts and beauty contests. The name of the hotel changed again in the 1950s to the Colonial Inn. In 1965 plans were announced to demolish the aging structure and replace it with a $2 million commercial, recreational and apartment complex. The hotel that had stood for six decades and watched Oceanside grow and transform, was at the end of its lifespan. The hotel was torn down the following year but the land was never developed and stood vacant for forty years until the Wyndham Resort was built.

of 1896 when the magnificent South Pacific Hotel caught on fire. The volunteer fire department did not have adequate equipment and the hotel guests along with city residents watched helplessly as the fire engulfed the entire structure. There was no insurance and owner could not be persuaded to rebuild. Without its grand hotel, Oceanside suffered a tremendous blow. It wouldn’t be until 1904 when a new hotel was built, the El San Luis Rey. Named after the Mission San Luis Rey, the hotel was located at Third (Pier View Way) and Pacific streets near the same location as the South Pacific Hotel. It was stained a dark brown, built three stories tall and faced the Pacific Ocean. The Redlands Citrograph shared the news with its readers and added: “Oceanside has always seemed to us to be one of the finest seaside resorts.” The El San Luis Rey Hotel was touted as “first class in every respect.” It featured 36 “well-appointed and elegantly furnished” rooms, with “large, well-kept grounds made more beautiful by the landscape gardener’s art”.

While Oceanside waits for the new hotel projects to break ground and begin construction, Oceanside continues to beckon tourists and offers itself as a resort city with amenities most cities cannot offer: namely the longest wooden pier on the West Coast, a small craft harbor, an historic California Mission, paved strand, 3 ½ miles of beach with public access along the Pacific Ocean, and a variety of museums, eateries and established microbreweries. Oceanside’s greatest asset is its proximity to the beach and with a name that says it all, Oceanside still captures the imagination of tourists. Jeremy Cohen, director at S.D. Malkin Properties said of the impending projects: “From first seeing the site in 2004, we had the vision that Oceanside would become a world-class beach resort destination. We have been committed to this project for over 12 years and are thrilled that it is now coming to fruition.” Photos courtesy Oceanside Historical Society

The local paper listed the guest list weekly and visitors from all over the country stayed in Oceanside resort hotel. Folks came as far away as Denver, Chicago, New Orleans, Boston, Philadelphia and New York. By 1922 the El San Luis Rey was renamed the Beach Hotel and eventually its dark exterior was painted white. Oceanside’s 4th | Spring 2018

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NORTH SAN DIEGO NA ACP – A MISSION OF P E A C E, H O P E A N D O P P O R T U N I T Y The North San Diego County NAACP serves 17 communities in North County and seeks to include and welcome all members. Satia Austin, President of the organization since 2013, became involved in 1998, as its youngest member. Austin came from New York as a young military wife. She attended MiraCosta College where she soon became President of the Black Student Union. Austin said her involvement in the NAACP was motivated by the need to create opportunities for all people. As a mother of three young boys, she wanted to inspire them, and other children, and to help create a world where they could thrive. She added that “you can’t complain about something you’re not involved in” and her involvement in her community through the NAACP is part of a solution. They seek to eliminate disparities in education, health and economic development while striving to provide a voice for everyone along with a sense of worth and belonging. Austin asserts that it is important to be kind to everyone, be good neighbors and citizens. While the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People organized 108 years ago, the local chapter of the NAACP was started in the 1960s by Charlesetta Allen, a resident of Oceanside’s Eastside neighborhood. Mrs. Allen, a pillar of her community, started to feed Marines and provide them a welcome place to be. Through one woman’s act of kindness a movement was born. Members met in homes in Oceanside and Vista. Long time members that are still active today include Willie Little and Gwen Sanders. Currently, the organization has a 20 member board and a diverse membership of about 300. They welcome all ethnicities who wish to serve the community and help others succeed. They meet monthly on the third Thursday of each month in a local community building. 8 | Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal

North San Diego NAACP Board of Directors

Today the North San Diego NAACP continues a mission of peace, hope and opportunity. President Austin said the chapter is involved in Operation Hope Vista, feeding the homeless, and “Back to School, Stay in School”, a program that provides free backpacks and school supplies to hundreds of students in grades K-12. In addition, the organization provides a mentoring program to assist young students and help them succeed. The longest running events presented by the organization, is the Juneteenth Cultural Celebration for over 45 years and the Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast for over 30 years. Their other events include: The Dr. King Day of Service, an outreach partnership that brings together several other organizations, including MiraCosta College; Salute to Women of Color, in celebration of Women’s History month to honor women who make a contribution to the community; and a host of public forums, health fairs, educational opportunities and PSAT’s with the Princeton Review. The NAACP supports the message of opportunity for all, encouraging everyone to do their part as a citizen. Austin echoes that message and includes “that if everyone would look past the hate we would have a better world to live in.” If you want to get involved and make a difference, or for more information visit their website at Spring 2018 |

OPERATION APPRECIATION 2018 a wristband which will provide them access to the Fun Zone and delicious food.

The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce is proud to host an annual event on Armed Forces Day in May of each year. The event is held this year on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Oceanside Pier Amphitheater, 300 North The Strand. Operation Appreciation began after 9/11 and has become a community tradition that draws upwards of 10,000 people every year. It has grown to over 40 local and corporate sponsors and is be presented by Genentech and Pacific Marine Credit Union. This event serves as an opportunity to say “thank you” to active duty military and their families for their service and sacrifice. Active-duty military from Camp Pendleton and other local military bases are invited down to the Oceanside Pier for live entertainment, a children’s fun zone and food. With a valid military id, active duty military and their dependents, will receive

While this event seeks to thank active duty military and their dependents, we invite members of the general public to participate and join in the celebration. Tickets can be purchased to for the Fun Zone and food is available for purchase at a variety of beach vendors. Opening Ceremonies will begin at the Pier Amphitheater at 11:00 a.m. Local dignitaries and military officials will be on hand to greet the crowds and support this event. After opening ceremonies, food service will begin in the Oceanside Community Center-free to active duty military and dependents. There will be hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken wings provided by local restaurants, including Hunter Steakhouse and Buffalo Wild Wings, served throughout the day. The fun continues as live entertainment will rock the crowd from the Amphitheater. Camp Pendleton’s Mechanized Museum will provide land and amphibious vehicles for display and the Navy’s LCAC from ACU 5 will land on the beach north of the pier. Join us for the fun and show your appreciation to the brave men and women who fight to keep us free!

CHAMBER TO CELEBRATE OCEANSIDE’S HEROES On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, from 6 PM to 8 PM, at the Oceanside Museum of Art, the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce will present the 3rd Annual Oceanside Heroes Reception. Each year, the Chamber recognizes Oceanside’s dedicated and deserving firefighters, police officers, teachers and lifeguards. The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce commends these public servants as individuals who truly merit praise. In addition to honoring our local heroes, the Oceanside Heroes Reception provides a dual benefit by raising funds for scholarships for Oceanside students. The event is presented by Tri-City Medical Center and sponsored by Air Methods/Mercy Air, Genentech, Pacific Marine Credit Union, California State University San Marcos, City of Oceanside, San Diego Gas & Electric, Oceans Eleven Casino, Walmart, Stirling Development and Waste Management of North County. For information on sponsorship or event tickets, visit or call 760-722-1534. | Spring 2018

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Mako Media

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Merrill Lynch – HMA Group

1000 Aviara Pkwy., #200 Carlsbad, CA 92011 (760) 930-3138 Financial Planners

Metroflex Gym

318 N Horne St. Oceanside, CA 92054 (619) 306-3278 Health and Fitness

MROC Training

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Net Global Enterprises, LLC

888 Prospect St., Ste. 200 La Jolla, CA 92037 (760) 216-3715 Business Services

NuPacifica Realty

510 N. Coast Hwy., Ste. C Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 419-0574 Real Estate Sales and Rentals

Oceanside Bluffs Investments, LLC/ Rhode Moore 1855 Freda Lane Encinitas, CA 92007 Real Estate Developers

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Oceanside Friends Of The Arts

P.O. Box 901 Oceanside, CA 92049 (760) 831-6387 Arts and Entertainment Spring 2018 |

One Minute Cannabist

3041 Industry St., Ste. B Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 760-2020 Health and Wellness

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School of Hard Locks

212F N. Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 (858) 342-6121 Entertainment

Sea Hive South O Marketplace

1555 S. Coast Hwy. (760) 547-5706 Oceanside, CA 92054 Antiques and Gifts

Self Made Training Facility

4263 Oceanside Blvd. Oceanside, CA 92056 (951) 375-7681 oceanside/ Health and Fitness

Sonora Refillery

1012 S. Pacific Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 448-0802 Green Eco Boutique

Tracy Lincoln Realtor at Hass Team Realty

Sudberry Properties

999 N. Pacific St., Ste. G326 Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 529-1329 Real Estate Sales

Sushi 4 Reel

1026 N. Main Ave. Fallbrook, CA 92028 (442) 444-8376 Caterers

The JIC Lab

840 S Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 Banks

5465 Morehouse Drive, Suite 260 San Diego, CA 92121 (858) 546-3000 Real Estate Developers 4750 Oceanside Blvd. #A20 (760) 659-6784 Oceanside, CA 92056 Restaurants - Japanese - Sushi 625 B South Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 Clothing and Accessories

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The Learning Experience

4174 Avenida De La Planta Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 235-4436 Child Care and Preschools

Tierra Caliente Academy of Arts 1011 S. Santa Fe Ave., Ste. J Vista, CA 92084 (760) 509-5591 Dance Instructions

Two Guys Grilling

Union Bank (Oceanside Branch) (760) 722-1635

USA Beach Handball

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M I R A CO S TA CO L L E G E : B U I L D I N G O U R F U T U R E by Dr. Sunny Cooke, Superintendent/President MiraCosta College Fewer than 18 months have passed since voters overwhelmingly approved Measure MM, a $455 million construction bond that is allowing MiraCosta to make a significant investment in our region through the modernization of facilities and instructional technology. Yet, we already have made several significant benchmarks in the construction process. In addition to providing quality education to our region’s future labor force, MiraCosta College has a substantial economic impact on our community. Students who have attended MiraCosta College in the past 30 years alone contribute more than $430 million in added regional income annually due to their higher earnings and the increased output of area businesses. In all, MiraCosta College generates an economic impact of more than $338 million annually to the region’s gross regional product, enough to support more than 5,000 jobs in its service area. The benefit MiraCosta provides is about to get larger. The $2.2 million modernization of a major classroom building at the San Elijo Campus will begin this summer, and planning is well under way on a number of other notable projects. To ensure the bond money remains in our economy, the MiraCosta College Board of Trustees made a commitment to give preference to local companies. Our independent citizen’s bond oversight committee, formed just last spring, is regularly reviewing all financials, as well as design and construction status as part of the important work in ensuring transparency, accountability, and good stewardship of public funds. In the fall, MiraCosta earned the highest ratings from both Moody’s Investors Services (Moody’s) and Standard & Poor’s Global (S&P). The high rating equates to lower borrowing costs, more money to invest in construction and improvements, and greater savings to our local taxpayers. When MiraCosta College placed Measure MM before voters in November 2016, we made a promise to modernize and upgrade our campuses in a fiscally responsible manner. Under the guidance of our bond program manager, Kitchell, a firm that has worked with colleges and universities across the country, we already have several projects in the design phase and the Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs) are finalized. Among the projects in the first phase of construction, the Oceanside Campus will undergo a transformation 12 | Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal

of the outdated track and field to include a soccer field fit for international competitions, a new multi-purpose field, and a new jogging-and-walking path for the entire community to enjoy. Additional Measure MM projects in the design phase include a new student resources building at the Community Learning Center and a new student services and administration building at the San Elijo Campus. Several additional projects will be entering the design phase by summer, among them are a new allied health, chemistry and biotechnology building, student services building, and a gymnasium complex at our Oceanside Campus. More is on the way. Upcoming improvements include expanding the Oceanside Campus Veterans Center, upgrading career training facilities, modernizing instructional technology, improving access for students with disabilities, and updating science centers and labs to allow for state-of-the-art courses in biology, chemistry and physical sciences. While we are looking to ensure our Measure MM designs will be as appealing aesthetically as they are functional, it’s important to know these projects are not for show. A recent study of facility conditions found that close to two-thirds of our buildings at the Oceanside Campus alone need to be renovated or replaced. Our students and faculty deserve world-class instructional facilities and our community deserves a well-trained workforce. For 84 years MiraCosta College has served our community, and we thank you for your continued support. Spring 2018 |

The Veterans Association of North County (VANC) is sponsoring a free Veterans Benefits and Resource Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 27, 2018 at the VANC Resource Center located at 1617 Mission Avenue in Oceanside. This Veterans Benefit and Community Resource Fair will highlight the many resources that are available to all Veterans and active duty service members in the San Diego North County community. San Diego North County has many diverse Veteran organizations and vast resources; these include job search assistance, education benefits, VA medical care and many others such as diving certifications and firefighting training. Free food and drinks will be provided and the Fair will also feature a number of

community leaders who actively support Veteran causes. The VANC seeks to honor and support those who have served our country, bridging the past, present, and future. VANC is a vibrant gathering place in North San Diego County, where all Veterans, active-duty military, and their loved ones can reach out for help and community. VANC is working with other organizations that serve the military community and through activities like the Veterans Benefits and Resource Fair in order to make San Diego North County the most Veteran friendly community in America! Free food and drinks will be provided. Questions? Call VANC at 760-722-1277, or go to



Oceanside is a great place to live, do business, raise a family and retire. Residents have indicated, through a recent feasibility study, a very high favorability for the quality of life and city services. The City of Oceanside has been identifying urgent needs that must be met to help make our city even better.

Ensure that we have enough police officers to respond quickly to 9-1-1 emergencies and reduce gang activity and drug-related crime

BACKGROUND: The cost of public safety is increasing every year, and the City requires additional resources to maintain safety and our level of police officers, firefighter/paramedics and lifeguards. Improving local streets, sidewalks and essential infrastructure will also help keep Oceanside safe. Making necessary improvements to our streets and repairing potholes ensures that streets and sidewalks enhance and complement, rather than detract from our beautiful, natural environment. To provide stable, local funding to meet these needs, the City of Oceanside is considering placing a one-half cent sales tax measure on the November 2018 ballot. | Spring 2018

Ensure that we have enough firefighter/paramedics and lifeguards to respond quickly to 9-1-1 emergencies Enhance public infrastructure including sidewalks, storm drains and other infrastructure Repair potholes and maintain local streets Keep public areas clean and free of graffiti Should this ballot measure be passed by Oceanside voters, all money raised would remain right here in Oceanside, and could not be taken away by the state. The measure would require independent citizens’ oversight and public audits. FIND OUT MORE: Please visit the webpage: www., email info@ci.oceanside., or call (760) 435-3065.

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MEMBERSHIP RENE 66-70 Years as Member Greenman, Lacy, Klein, Hinds, Weiser ORCO Block & Hardscape Road One/Carpenters Towing

51-55 Years as Member Mission Linen Supply Mission San Luis Rey

41-45 Years as Member California Business Solutions Scripps Health

36-40 Years as Member Pacific Marine Credit Union Waste Management of North County Women’s Resource Center

31-35 Years as Member Harbor Fish & Chips AT&T Inc. Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside KOCT-North County’s Channel Oceanside Police Officer’s Association

26-30 Years as Member Esther L. Newman

21-25 Years as Member Agri Service Dorothy’s Dry Cleaning & Laundry Friends of the Oceanside Public Library Goodwill Industries of San Diego County Ocean’s Eleven Casino Oceanside Harbor District Oceanside Mortuary, FD-253 Vintage Pointe Senior Apartments

Vista Community Clinic Walmart #2245 Warner’s Truck Rental Weese Family Trust

6-10 Years as Member

333 Pacific Restaurant Action Research Ashley’s Party Rentals 16-20 Years as Member BBVA Compass Investment – Kevin Witowich Jackie Camp Certified Folder Display Service, Inc. Classic Chariots Gilead D.A.V. Industries Law Office of Steven L. Fritsch DIRECTV Commercial Dealer MCCS Camp Pendleton Frazier Farms Market Center Harris Personal Injury Lawyers, Inc. North County Lifeline MainStreet Oceanside Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation Mossy Nissan Oceanside Oceanside Florist Inc North County Cat Hospital Oceanside Municipal Airport Pacific Pointe Plumbing, Inc. Oceanside Therapy Group Pioneer Services-A Division of Mid Prohibition Brewing Company Inc. Century Bank Sanford Clinic At Rady Children’s Prince of Peace Abbey Semper Fi Fund Sunterra Apartments Sizzler Restaurants Spirit of Sharing (SOS) 11-15 Years as Member Visit Oceanside Conference & Law Office of Patricia L. Andel, A.P.C. Visitor Bureau Angelo’s Burgers Words, Ink! Beran and Marelly Brightwood College 1-5 Years as Member Double Diamond Insurance Active Solutions Physical Therapy Fastsigns Vista Anything But Ordinary Catering Gems N’ Loans Aqua Nutraceuticals Genentech Chambers Electric, Inc. The Lund Team Inc. – Carlton and Coast News Group Sandy Lund Conover Tires Wheels and The Oceanside Charitable Service Inc. Foundation Dave & Buster’s Carlsbad Oceanside Firefighter’s Association DEGU Inc. Oceanside Live Scan, Inc. DiBella Baking Company, Inc. Residence Inn by Marriott San El Pollo Loco Diego/Oceanside S. D. Malkin Properties, Inc. El Pollo Loco #3731 Stirling Development Emerald Isle Golf Course

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EWALS Fairway Independent Mortgage Farmers Insurance/Altenbern Insurance Agency FedEx Ground G&M Oil Company, Inc. Gordan Chavez + Associates Hass Team Realty - Robbie Calderon-Hass JM Flooring Lamvin Acoustical Wall and Ceiling Panel Manufacturer Legacy Brewing Company, Inc. Lucky Street Market Main Street Hub Marcy Browe Photography Masters Kitchen Cocktail Military Guides MRM | Spring 2018

Members Who Renewed During 1st Quarter 2018 (prior to March 15) My Lucas Oil Oceanside Broiler Oceanside Community Church Oceanside Tattoo “The Arcade” Pacific Star Realty and Investments Pacific Stone Properties Pro Kids | The First Tee of San Diego Qualicare Family Homecare-North San Diego County Rancho Vista Senior Living Rudy Van Hunnick – Community Liaison San Diego County Water Authority Shopoff Realty Investments, L.P. Signs For San Diego – Frank Murch Slight Edge Hair Salon St. Thomas More Catholic Church Submarina Oceanside West

Swami’s Café Team Souther The Elizabeth Hospice Tip Top Meats & European Delicatessen, Inc. Tough Turtle Turf Trusted Payment Technologies Unique Flooring US Bank Walmart #5637 Neighborhood Market Welcomemat Services of Oceanside

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Hobby Lobby has signed a lease to move into the 60,000 sq. ft. former Dick’s Sporting Goods location OCEANSIDE at 3514 Plaza Dr. in the College Plaza shopping ECONOMIC center. Hobby Lobby will be working on their tenant DEVELOPMENT improvements with an anticipated Fall 2018 opening!


Big Lots has leased 1702 Oceanside Blvd. the former 42,731 sq. ft. Ralphs site in the Best Plaza shopping center. An application has been received to construct a 2,136 OCEANSIDE sq. ft. drive-thru Donuts restaurant at 1906 NEWS IS ADunkin PUBLICATION OF THE CITY OF OCEANSIDE’S Oceanside Blvd. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION.


Autozone INFORMATION will be relocating FOR OUR from 1040 Mission Ave. into PUBLICATION. an 11,281 sq. ft. space at 1006 Mission Ave., Ste 1028. Olympia Lighting has leased 1,800 sq. ft. at 603 Garrison St. in the Oceanside Business Park. Golden Corral will be opening on March 7, 2018, located at 471 College Blvd. in the Mission Marketplace shopping C I T Ycenter. OF OCEANSIDE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIV.

Old Navy and Five Below are Coming to Pacific Coast 300 NORTH COAST HIGHWAY OCEANSIDE, CA 92054-2885 Plaza Shopping Center Located At 2170 - 2184 Vista Way. FOR NOTEWORTHY NEWS TARGET OCEANSIDE EAST is now open at 471 College Blvd. in the Mission direct: 760.435.3357 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. CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK & TWITTER

In recent years Mission Marketplace has seen some great additions with Ross, PetSmart and Sprouts; other tenants include Big Lots, Rite Aid, Fitness 19, The Avenue and several places to eat like Ohana Hawaiian Bbq, Mountain Mikes Pizza and Victoria’s Mexican Food. Also coming into the center next year will be Golden Corral. Check out the Mission Marketplace website for upcoming events happening at the center: News continues on page 2

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NOW OPEN... Monroe Boutique is now open at 301 Mission, Suite 101A in Oceanside Terraces. Monroe Boutique sells women’s contemporary fashions. Aiga Island Grill 55 is now open at 400 Mission Ave. in downtown Oceanside. They serve authentic island style food. Aiga is the Samoan word for family! Aiga is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. School of Hard Locks Escape Room is now open at 212 North Coast Hwy., Ste F, in Artist Alley. A real-life escape room, where the goal is to find clues, solve puzzles and work together to escape in 60 minutes. The Bunker House is now open at 322 North Cleveland St. The Bunker House is a wine bar and shares the space with Apotheque Lifestyle Spa. The Bunker House will soon be adding a bistro cafe in the next few months.

NEW RETAIL & RESTAURANTS THROUGHOUT OCEANSIDE Target Oceanside East, 471 College Blvd. in the Mission Marketplace shopping center; Dick’s Sporting Goods, 2160 Vista Way in Pacifi c Coast Plaza; Stanton Optical, 2405 West Vista Way; 5.11 Tactical, 3168 Vista Way; IFLY Indoor Skydiving, 3178 Vista Way; Wicked Poke, 2401 Vista Way in the El Camino North shopping center; Discount Dance, 2216-2222 South El Camino Real; Bark, Bath N Beyond, 3809 Plaza Dr., Ste 111, Tri-City Crossroads; Oceanside Paddle Shack, 2905A Oceanside Blvd. Sola Salons, 4161 Oceanside Blvd. in the Del Oro Marketplace; Target on El Camino Real, 2255 S. El Camino Real, completed remodeling and added a Starbucks; Self Made Training Facility, 4263 Oceanside Blvd., Ste’s 103-106 in Oceanside Marketplace; Maru Restaurant, 3744 Mission Ave. in the Marketplace del Rio shopping center; Oside Bakery, 3815 Mission Ave. in the Mission Plaza Real; China Fusion, 4225 Oceanside Blvd., Ste B, Rancho del Oro Gateway; Hibachi Grill, 3766 Mission, Suite 111 in Marketplace Del Rio; Visions Music Academy, 2952 Oceanside Blvd., Suite 2.

Oceanside’s Economic Development Division can provide you with a variety of information and resources to help your business thrive! Please contact the Economic Development Team if you need any kind of assistance with your business. For more information, contact Tracey Bohlen, Economic Development Manager at 760-435-3351 or email at or Patricia Mosher, Economic Development Specialist at 760-435-3357 or email at | Spring 2018

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CHAMBER HONORS TOP MARINES AND SAILORS, SPOUSE OF THE YEAR AT ENLISTED RECOGNITION RECEPTION The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce honored 25 top Marines and Sailors stationed from various units aboard MCB Camp Pendleton at our annual Enlisted Recognition Reception, February 22, 2018. The reception was held at Veterans Association of North County (VANC) in Oceanside and was presented by Pioneer Services and Stirling Development. The keynote speaker was Colonel John R. Polidoro, Jr., Commanding Officer of Headquarters and Support BN, MCB Camp Pendleton. The Marines and Sailors were presented with plaques from the Oceanside Chamber, along with certificates from Supervisor Bill Horn, Assemblymember Rocky Chavez, State Senator Pat Bates and Congressman Darrell Issa. I​ n addition, three finalists for the Oceanside Chamber’s Military Spouse of the Year were honored: Charity Hobbs, Emily Heuerman and Laura Woolard Jackson. Emily Heuerman was selected as the overall winner. As part of the event, Stirling Development presented the Veterans Association of North County with a donation of $100,000. Event sponsors were Pacific Marine Credit Union, Genentech, Tri City Medical Center, Navy Federal Credit Union, Mossy Nissan Oceanside, Hydranautics – A Nitto Group Company, Oceanside Therapy Group, San Diego Gas & Electric and Waste Management of North County.

TEAM USA WINS BRONZE IN MEN’S DIVISION OF BEACH HANDBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS HOSTED IN OCEANSIDE Oceanside recently hosted the 2018 Pan American Beach Handball at the Harbor Beach. The tournament was open to men’s and women’s senior National Teams from North, Central, and South America as well as Caribbean countries. A total of 20 teams competed, 12 men and 8 women, with the top four teams in each division advancing to the World Beach Handball Championships in Kazan, Russia, July 2018. The top three winners in the women’s division: Gold medalist – Brazil Silver medalist – Uruguay Bronze Medalist - Paraguay Top three winners in the men’s division: Gold medalist – Brazil Silver medalist – Uruguay Bronze medalist - USA Beach Handball continues to be one of the quickest growing beach sports in the world with its fast paced, high scoring, spectator friendly games. Oceanside’s Deputy Mayor Chuck Lowery was a presenter at the games giving the bronze medals to our men’s USA team. Willie Banks, an Oceanside native Olympic and world champion, presented silver medals to men’s Uruguay team.

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JOIN US IN MAKING OUR COMMUNITY SAFER This program has been developed specifically to help the general public effectively identify potential threats and then be able to describe them to a First Responder. This 4 week course is designed to educate teachers, business employees and members of our community to look in more detail at everything they see and develop the ability to articulate objectively what they have seen. The program starts by looking at art, paintings, photographs and videos to evaluate the Who, What, Where and When of each situation/scene. See Something, Say Something. Topics of Study in this seminar: • The Art & Science of Visual Intelligence • Universal Non-Verbal Behavior • Predictive Analysis • Different Domains of Human Behavior • Various Channels of Human Communication Sessions: May 7th, 14th and 21st and June 4th • 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Location: Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, 928 N. Coast Hwy., Oceanside, CA 92054 Register at

ANNUAL OCEANSIDE BUSINESS EXPO SET FOR APRIL 19TH Mark your calendar for Thursday, April 19 for Oceanside’s Largest Annual Networking Event, the Oceanside Business Expo. The event will be held at the QLN Conference Center and will feature dozens of business exhibits. The Oceanside Business Expo provides a great opportunity for local business owners to make new connections from around the region, build business relationships, form strategic partnerships, and grow business by reaching new consumer and business audiences. Several Oceanside restaurants and breweries will be in attendance to provide samples. Admission and food are free… a $10 fee applies for beer sampling. 20 | Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal

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