San Diego County health officials said Oct. 10 that they want to identify a Del Mar Mud Run participant who reported a bat landed on him during the event last weekend, because the flying mammal subsequently tested positive for rabies.
The bat was captured during the Oct. 4 event at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and was submitted to the county for testing.
Four candidates — Josh Clorfeine, Kristin Gibson, Doug Rafner and Scott Wooden — are vying for three seats on the Del Mar Union School District board in the Nov. 4 election. Below are answers to questions submitted by this newspaper to the candidates, as well as biographical information on each candidate. The candidates are listed in alphabetical order.
Jersey Mike’s Subs will open at Beachside Del Mar in the first quarter of 2015. Located on Del Mar Heights Road near Mango Drive, Beachside Del Mar is currently being remodeled to create an attractive and inviting village atmosphere to shop, dine and work. Jersey Mike’s is the first new tenant to be announced since renovations started earlier this year.
The Del Mar City Council recently awarded a $150,000 contract to Schmidt Design Group to produce a park master plan.
Oct 10, 2014 | Posted in Del Mar
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The Oct. 27 workshop begins at 6 p.m. at the Del Mar Communications Center, 240 10th Street.
Oct 9, 2014 | Posted in Del Mar
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Drivers will have to slow down in Del Mar after council members voted unanimously at the Oct. 6 meeting to reduce the speed limits on two segments along Camino del Mar.
Oct 8, 2014 | Posted in Del Mar
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After nearly five hours of public testimony on One Paseo, the San Diego Planning Commission voted on Oct. 2 to continue the item for commission discussion and deliberation to its Thursday, Oct. 16, meeting. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. and no further public testimony will be taken — the board will aim to make a recommendation to send to San Diego City Council for the final decision.
A recommendation must have the votes of four of the seven planning commissioners, although two commissioners have recused themselves due to financial interests in the project.
San Diego police Detective DeWayne Glazewski testified last year that Hodge confessed to his role in several bank robberies dating back to 2012 in El Cajon, Santee, La Jolla, Carmel Valley and 4S Ranch
Santa Fe Christian Schools (SFC) announced Oct. 1 the completion of major renovations to its Student Activity Center, featuring a new outdoor façade, expanded lobby and air conditioning.
The updated gym lobby was completed over the course of three months, and provides improved lighting, flooring and a trophy case, along with upgraded ticket and snack counters. The exterior redesign includes new landscaping work, blending seamlessly with the existing campus architecture. In addition, the Upper School parking lot will be slightly reconfigured to improve traffic flow.
“This is an important first step in laying the foundation for future campus improvements,” said SFC Chief Financial Officer Steve Kuptz.
Developers for the Corallina mixed-use project in Pacific Highlands Ranch received support for the concept Sept. 25 at the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board meeting. The Carmel Valley Road project, which comprises 30,000 square feet of commercial property, 83 townhomes, 10 flats and 18 affordable housing units, has been before the board several times and is re-submitting to the city for a rezone and planning development permit.