Category archives for: carmel valley

Two people injured in car accident near polo fields

The Porsche went off the street, rolled over and landed in the low-level grass area near the polo fields on the corner of El Camino Real and Via de la Valle. Photo by Kristina Houck

Two people were injured early Thursday, July 10, in a single-car rollover crash near Del Mar and Carmel Valley.

Barnes & Noble in Carmel Valley closes after 21 years

Barnes and Noble 1

Del Mar Highlands Town Center’s Barnes & Noble is closing after 21 years on Saturday, July 12. In the bookstore’s last days, books and items were priced at 50 percent off and many of the store’s shelves had been stripped and left bare.

A sign on the door gave a thank you to customers and while employees aren’t authorized to speak to the media, they remarked on how sad both they and the community are to see the store go.

Council hears report on Del Mar’s efforts to prepare for summer season

Del Mar may be the smallest city in the county, but it is also one of the busiest in the summer.

More than 1.4 million fairgoers flocked to the fairgrounds during the San Diego County Fair this year, the second-highest attendance in fair history. In addition, Del Mar’s Community Services Department reported an estimated 77,000 people visited the city during the three-day weekend, including 31,000 people on the Fourth of July.

Business Support Advisory Committee presents recommendations to Del Mar City Council

In an effort to support business in Del Mar, the city’s Business Support Advisory Committee presented several recommendations to the council July 7.

Council members established the committee in May 2013 to help suggest ways the city could be more business-friendly. The 11-member committee is composed of up to three retail business owners, two restaurant owners, two property owners, one hotel owner or operator, one office or medical business representative, one Del Mar Plaza representative and one Del Mar Village Association member.

Despite complaints, Torrey pines trees unlikely to be removed in Carmel Valley area

A local resident went before the Torrey Hills Community Planning board in June to complain about Torrey pines trees blocking ocean views in her neighborhood.

The resident said that she and other homeowners in her community purchased homes sold as “premium ocean view homes” and that view never materialized due to the trees — a cluster of Torrey pines trees at the corner of Carmel Mountain Road and Carmel Creek Road.

Retiring Solana Beach City Manager David Ott reflects on career in public service

Solana Beach City Manager David Ott. Courtesy photo

Retiring Solana Beach City Manager David Ott has always been one to wear multiple hats. That’s one of the reasons why council members have said it will be a tough task to recruit his replacement.

“We’re embarking on replacing the irreplaceable Mr. Ott,” said Deputy Mayor Lesa Heebner during the June 25 council meeting. “We’ll do our best.”

San Diego County Fair in Del Mar concludes another successful event

Fair mainstay Chicken Charlie’s sold more than 20,000 Krispy Kreme triple-decker cheeseburgers made with 60,000 hamburgers and 40,000 donuts. Photo/Karen Billing

The San Diego County Fair wrapped up on Sunday, July 6, following fireworks on the Fourth of July, the Big Bite Bacon Fest on Saturday and a tribute to the Beatles closing night.

According to organizers, 1,457,130 fairgoers visited the fairgrounds for the Beatles-themed event, the second-highest attendance in fair history. More than 1.5 million people attended the fair in 2012.

Del Mar resident wins Hughes honor plus $1 million grant to research circadian rhythms

Prof. Susan Golden has been named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute professor and won a $1 million grant.

A biology professor at UC San Diego who heads a research institute that brings together scientists across the campus studying circadian rhythms, the internal “biological clock” that governs the daily activities in humans and other organisms, has been named by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute an HHMI professor.

Carmel Valley board backs San Dieguito River Park Ranger Station

Having recently opened the Birdwing Open Air Classroom along the San Dieguito Lagoon, the San Dieguito River Park hopes to build a ranger station near the outdoor structure.

Located off San Andres Drive and Via de la Valle, the station would be the first for the agency, which is responsible for preserving and interpreting the natural and cultural resources of the San Dieguito River Valley.

All Del Mar district schools to attend same 6th-grade camp

The Del Mar Union School District board June 25 approved the outdoor education field trips for the upcoming school year, known as sixth-grade camp. However, all the schools will now be attending Camp Cuyamaca, an outdoor education program aligned with the California State Educational Framework and curriculum, which is sponsored by the San Diego County Office of Education.

Archives

Facebook

Bottom Buttons 1

Bottom Buttons 2

Bottom Buttons 3

Bottom Buttons 4

Bottom Buttons 5

Bottom Buttons 6

LA JOLLA NEWS

RSS LA JOLLA NEWS

RANCHO SANTA FE NEWS

RANCHO SANTA FE NEWS

RSS RANCHO SANTA FE NEWS