On Thursday, Aug. 8, the One Paseo project presented a parade of project planners who patronized people of Carmel Valley with pretty pictures of pods, piazzas, pearls and platoons purporting to placate problems posed by their project plans. Pardon my p’s, but it was pathetic.
How much more gun violence do we need before the Fair Board steps up and takes a stand on the gun trafficking they sponsor with five gun shows a year?
What a terrifying experience I had today in a non-Del Mar area of the county
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” said FDR. Was he watching Del Mar’s Prop J campaign?
America looks like a very appealing teenager full of promise, energy, creativity, yet still unpredictable in making smart decisions.
Some significant changes in the downtown revitalization draft were made by the Del Mar City Council just a few days ago.
Jul 26, 2012 | Posted in Bud's Corner
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Del Mar is on the verge of realizing the vision of our Community Plan for a pedestrian-oriented, viable, resident-serving downtown. However, our draft Village Specific Plan(VSP) is arousing fears that we might be growing too big, too fast.
Jul 19, 2012 | Posted in Bud's Corner
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We Delmarians will soon have an opportunity to transform our downtown from a car-centric area to a pedestrian-centric environment. We will finally be able to put into place the last element of the vision built into our Community Plan in 1975, a walkable, resident-serving downtown.
We do! Downtown Del Mar is called out in our Community Plan as a viable center with small resident-serving businesses in a pedestrian environment with one lane of traffic in each direction.
I recently ran into an old friend raking leaves in her yard and I kidded her about using an old-fashioned implement instead of new gas-fired leaf blowers.