Here's a look back at the weekend, with a preview of the coming week.
- May 1-7 is Wildfire Awareness Week in California. Check out ReadyforWildfire.org for tips and stay tuned to Patch.
- At 2 p.m. Monday, the City Council is scheduled to discuss rescinding Mayor Jerry Sanders' decision to end city-provided trash collection for 102 HOAs, including some in Rancho Bernardo. The Council would need to revoke the mayor's authority to unilaterally make that decision, and then undo the choice. For more on the trash collection issue, .
- Also on the Council's agenda for Monday is an ordinance that would limit to three the number of dogs an individual could have at city dog off-leash parks, including the one at RB Community Park. The proposal comes amid community concerns that some people aren't able to control multiple dogs within these areas. For photos from RB's dog park, .
- The Maintenance Assessment District (MAD) Committee is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the RB Swim and Tennis Club, 16955 Bernardo Oaks Dr. On the agenda: welcome sign; slurry seal; Westwood sound wall; landscaping contract. For more on the welcome sign, ; for more on the slurry seal, .
- National Weather Service forecast: It's going to be a hot one! The NWS forecasts sunny days all week, with highs in the upper 80s. It's supposed to be 93º on Tuesday.