Median paving wraps up on Highway 101 in Solana Beach

By Claire Harlin

The median paving and tree planting on Highway 101 was set to finish up on Oct. 29, said city planner Mo Sammak on Oct. 24 in an update to the City Council on the Highway 101 Westside Improvement Project.

The city launched a newsletter to facilitate communication between the city and the business community, and the newsletter, which will also be posted on the City Hall kiosk and the city’s website, will focus on upcoming construction activities so businesses know what to expect. The first of several twice-monthly newsletters from the city to local businesses went out on Oct. 30.

Sammak also introduced a new type of bike rack, personalized with the city’s logo, that the city decided to move forward with at the suggestion of a local bike advocacy group.

For more information on the project, visit /www.ci.solana-beach.ca.us/ and click the links at the bottom of the page.

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  2. Solana Beach awards Highway 101 construction contract
  3. Solana Beach Historic Highway 101 upgrade project begins
  4. Solana Beach approves final Highway 101 improvement plan
  5. Solana Beach approves final Highway 101 improvement plan

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