With his two daughters in tow and fresh from a trip to Sacramento, California State Assemblyman (77th district) Brian Maienschein stopped into the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board’s Jan. 23 meeting for a visit. Maienschein talked about his freshman year at the state capitol and some of the bills he was proud to be able to pass in 2013.
From fake lotteries to fake online daters, more than 30 million Americans fall victim to financial fraud every year, according to a guide by the National Center for Victims of Crime and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department expects to receive scam cases totaling more than $1 million this year, said Sgt. Joe Ellis.
A surveyor came across an undetonated mortar shell on an open tract of land in Torrey Highlands Jan. 27, prompting a bomb squad call-out.
The discovery north of State Route 56, off Camino del Sur, was reported shortly before 11:30 a.m., according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.
At its Jan. 23 meeting, the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board approved a substantial conformance review for Unit 13, a previously approved development of 276 market rate units and 197 affordable housing units on Carmel Valley Road.
Del Mar Highlands Town Center will consider a parking garage to help deal with frustrating parking conditions at its site.
At the Jan. 23 Carmel Valley Community Planning Board meeting, board member Laura Copic said that on the weekends it seems like the paid valet takes up the vast majority of the lot from 3 p.m. on and it’s impossible to find a spot at the busy center.
Monday, Jan. 27, is the voter registration deadline for the Feb. 11 San Diego mayoral runoff election and a ballot measure in Solana Beach.
Anyone who hasn’t done so before, has recently moved or changed their name needs to register, according to the county Registrar of Voters office.
The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board reviewed design plans Jan. 21 for a proposed enhancement project on a dirt lot under SDG&E power lines on East Ocean Air Drive.
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Canyon Crest Academy student Eric Chen was recently named one of 40 high school senior finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search 2014. Eric and the other finalists, representative of America’s brightest young innovators, will gather in Washington, DC, in March to compete for $630,000 in awards, with the first-place winner receiving $100,000 from the Intel Foundation.
The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board is not in favor of the Del Mar Union School District’s proposal to build a new 13,000-square-foot Child Development Center (CDC) facility at Torrey Hills Elementary School. The board voted to send a letter to the district stating its opposition due to the increased traffic and safety concerns a new facility would bring.
More than six years after deciding to purchase Del Mar Shores Park, the city is moving forward with a plan for the site.
The city will issue a request for proposals for a consultant to produce a park master plan, which council members approved in a 3-2 vote on Nov. 18. A selection committee will sort through the applications and return to the council with its recommendation. The selection committee will consist of two council liaisons, a staff project manager and two members from a park master plan committee, which the council on Jan. 21 decided to form.