Input sought on design

The San Dieguito River Park Joint Powers Authority is seeking input on the design of the Lagoon Nature Center through the month of August.

All of the plans are available on its Web site at www.sdrp.org.

The nature center, which will be located off Via de la Valle, is planned to have viewing decks, a courtyard, meeting space, a research lab and interactive displays on the trails.

At the end of the month, the architects will finalize the plans based on the comments received. Next, the JPA and San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy will begin seeking funds for construction through grant applications, partnerships, sponsorships and donations.

Comments can be e-mailed to Susan Carter at susan@sdrp.org with the subject line “Lagoon Center Comment.”

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