Category archives for: Carmel Valley

Regional issues committee reviews Corallina mixed-use project in Carmel Valley

The Carmel Valley Community Planning Board’s regional issues subcommittee expressed concerns about massing and the modern-contemporary architecture of the proposed Corallina mixed-use project at its June 4 meeting.

Randi Coopersmith, senior principal planner of Latitude 33, accepted the comments as plan developments continue and reminded the subcommittee that this is where they will start to see the density and height in Pacific Highlands Ranch, as it is the village center.

Trader Joe’s to open new Carmel Valley location

The store will be located at 13480 Highlands Place.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony held for new school in Carmel Valley

Principal Jerry Jones cuts the ribbon with help from (left to right) Solana Beach School District Board Member Julie Union, Director of New Facilities Caroline Brown, Solana Beach School District Board President Richard Leib, Solana Beach School District Superintendent Nancy Lynch, Supervisor Dave Roberts and San Diego Councilmember Sherri Lightner.

Solana Ranch Elementary School, Pacific Highlands Ranch’s shiny and sustainable new school, is ready to welcome students this fall. The Solana Beach School District celebrated its seventh district school with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 28.

The school will serve approximately 650 students in grades kindergarten through sixth, along with a two-classroom preschool program.

Del Mar school district board holds public LCAP meeting

The Del Mar Union School District board held a public hearing on May 28 to review its Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), a new requirement of all school districts this year as a result of the state’s new Local Control Funding Formula (LCCF).

Deadline extended for survey on Del Mar Highlands Town Center’s next phase

Donahue Schriber announced plans last month for the next phase of renovations at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center, which will include a parking structure, theater expansion and new dining and shopping options. To gather feedback on what new retailers the community would like to see as part of the expansion, an online survey was launched.

Solana Beach to require e-cigarette retailers to obtain licenses

Just three months after the council banned the use of e-cigarettes wherever smoking is prohibited in Solana Beach, council members have now voted to require vendors to obtain a license.

In a 5-0 vote, the council on May 28 agreed that retailers of electronic smoking devices should hold the same license tobacco retailers in the city are required to obtain.

Principal selected for new Pacific Highlands Ranch middle school in Carmel Valley

The San Dieguito Union High School District recently announced that Mary Anne Nuskin has been selected as the principal of the new middle school in Pacific Highlands Ranch, which will open in the fall of 2015.

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito unveils new look, name at Carmel Valley branch

Douglas Allred with his family.

In honor of the late Ann Douglas and her legacy to the nonprofit organization, the branch is now called the Ann & Douglas Allred Branch.

New performing arts, multi-purpose buildings planned for San Diego Jewish Academy in Carmel Valley

San Diego Jewish Academy is planning for a new 409-seat performing arts center and multi-purpose building. The buildings will take the place of a previously approved second gym.

Torrey Hills planning board pulls funding for Carmel Valley easement enhancement

The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board decided once and for all that a simple landscaping project should not cost in excess of $450,000 and voted to pull its funding from the city’s coffers for an easement enhancement under the SDG&E lines at the crest of East Ocean Air Drive.

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