Special meeting will address Shores debt, sidewalk cafes

A Special Meeting of the City Council of the City of Del Mar is called for Monday, June 15, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Del Mar Communications Center, located at 240 Tenth Street.

The purpose of the meeting is:

- Declaring “Dump the Pump Day”

- Supporting Assembly Bill 715

- Discussing the Shores property and options on retiring the debt

- Receiving a status report on construction and reviewing the process for sidewalk cafes

For the full agenda, visit www.delmar.ca.us.

Related posts:

  1. DM City Council OKs sidewalk cafes
  2. Sidewalk cafes add ambience to Del Mar
  3. Del Mar locals oppose 4 cafes
  4. $3.7M Shores debt remains
  5. Shores fundraising not over yet

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