Del Mar breaks ground on Beach Safety Center

Friends of the Powerhouse gather to enjoy the groundbreaking of the new lifeguard tower.

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The City of Del Mar and Friends of the Powerhouse celebrated the groundbreaking for the 17th Street Beach Safety Center on Oct. 3. The construction of the new facility will replace the inadequate structure and ensure effective lifeguard protection services and improve access to the beach for residents and the millions of visitors to the beaches of Del Mar. See a video of the event at http://vimeo.com/30517184

Photos: Jon Clark

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  2. Del Mar City Council approves design plan changes for new Beach Safety Center
  3. Del Mar: Friends of the Powerhouse’s casino night to help raise money for new Beach Safety Center and Lifeguard Headquarters
  4. City of DM extends beach ban on alcohol
  5. Memorial Day: City releases beach and pool safety message

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