The City of Del Mar’s bridge contractor, Flatiron West, Inc., will set pre-cast deck panels during an evening road closure on Tuesday, May 21. The work will require the full road closure of North Torrey Pines Road from the Torrey Pines State Beach parking lot to Carmel Valley Road from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Launching its website and presence on Linkedin, Facebook and Wikepedia, Friends of Del Mar Mesa are speeding up plans to raise public awareness of its commitment to preserve the mesa’s natural beauty and habitat by involving the community in press events and trail excursions.
The Solana Beach School District Board of Education recently announced that Elisa Fregoso has been selected as the new principal at Solana Pacific School.
A 52-year-old taxi cab driver was beaten and robbed May 11 by two passengers, who were arrested a short time later by police in a nearby parking lot.
Solana Beach’s annual sewer service charge will rise 2.5 percent in the fiscal year that begins on July 1, following a unanimous vote to increase the fee by the City Council on Wednesday, May 8.
After more than a decade of study at a cost of $8 million, the future of a massive beach sand replenishment project for North County’s coastline hinged on the support of the Solana Beach and Encinitas city councils on May 8.
The City of Solana Beach is looking for a volunteer to serve on the city’s Public Safety Commission. This Commission participates in reviewing certain matters regarding public and traffic safety.
Canyon Crest Academy Principal Brian Kohn recently announced that he is leaving to take another job. The letter he sent out to CCA families is below:
A lawsuit filed by the local chapter of the Sierra Club against the state agency that runs the Del Mar Fairgrounds has been settled, officials announced Tuesday, May 7.
Extra security and surveillance will be in place at the elephant rides at this year’s San Diego County Fair, after a member of the fair’s governing board reported what he perceived as a threat conveyed by a local attorney.