Solana Beach marks 25 years of cityhood

Kerry Perlman, Joy Auerbach

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The city of Solana Beach celebrated its 25th anniversary July 1 with the reopening of the Fletcher Cove Community Center and a free concert at Fletcher Cove Park featuring music from 1986, the year Solana Beach was incorporated as a city. City dignitaries past and present were recognized and discussed what it took to make Solana Beach a city and where they feel it is going. The event also featured a magician show, arts and crafts for kids and a laser light show. Photos: Jon Clark

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