Torrey Hills planning board seeks to fill two seats

The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board has a two vacancies. One vacancy is for a resident of Torrey Hills and another for a resident of Carmel Valley South (the area of Carmel Valley that is south of the 56).

Interested candidates should contact Kathryn Burton, chair of the planning board, at 858-755-2128.

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  5. Seats open on Torrey Pines board

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