Design Review Board OKs safety center proposal

The revised plans for the Del Mar Marine Safety Center were approved by the Design Review Board last month and will go before the City Council for final approval this summer. The lifeguard station design by Allard Jansen Architects did not change except for the roof material. Other portions of the project, including an access ramp and drainage ditch improvements, were separated and will be completed later. Fundraising efforts continue for the $2.8 million station.
COURTESY ALLARD JANSEN ARCHITECTS

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