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Encinitas: Negotiations Begin For Pacific View Site

Posted on March 1, 2012 by arix

School officials will start negotiations Friday with a nonprofit that has offered $7.5 million for the downtown Encinitas site that once housed Pacific View Elementary School.
The group, Art Pulse, plans to build a community arts center on the 2.8-acre site owned by the Encinitas Union School District. Continue reading

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Arts Group Sets its Sights on Old Pacific View School

Posted on February 20, 2012 by April Game

The Encinitas Union School District board of trustees voted 4-1 this week to enter into negotiations with the nonprofit Art Pulse. The organization is proposing to buy the land from the district for $7.5 million to turn it into an arts center. The two sides will negotiate toward a March 2 deadline to finalize a deal. Continue reading

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Nonprofit Art Pulse Wins Pacific View Bid

Posted on February 16, 2012 by arix

The Encinitas Union School Board voted 4-1 on Feb. 15 to enter into negotiations with a group to sell the Pacific View Elementary site. Three groups out of 15 original proposals were selected to make their pitch to the trustees during a special meeting.San Diego-based nonprofit Art Pulse was chosen in part because the group plans to purchase the site for $7.5 Continue reading

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Art Pulse Gets Pacific View Nod

Posted on February 16, 2012 by arix

Art Pulse moved closer to taking over the closed Pacific View school site after Encinitas Union School District trustees directed Supt. Timothy Baird to proceed with negotiations with the nonprofit arts organization during a special meeting Feb. 15. Continue reading

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Encinitas: Pacific View Could Become Regional Arts Center

Posted on February 16, 2012 by arix

The Encinitas Union School District Board of Trustees agreed to allow Superintendent Tim Baird to begin negotiations with the San Diego-based group Art Pulse.

If the deal goes through, it would end years of speculation and public conflict about how the oceanview property should be used, which peaked in October, when the district sued the city over zoning for the site. Continue reading

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