April 10, 2021

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The collision happened on Del Mar Heights Road and Durango Drive, west of I-5

Restaurants and movie theaters can now double their capacity, as can museums and aquariums, and family entertainment centers like bowling alleys can open indoors

On April 6, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution to condemn anti-Asian Pacific Islander (API) hate and denounce xenophobia, affirming the county’s commitment to the wellbeing and safety of the API community.

Artwork by 10 students from Solana Pacific School and the Solana Beach School District’s Online Scholars was recently accepted as part of the San Diego Museum of Art exhibit “Young Art 2021: My World, Our Planet.”

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  1. Nineteen puppies and adult dogs who left the Mexican state of Sonora early Friday morning, April 9, and then spent Friday night with a Rescue Fenix volunteer in Escondido arrived at the Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) in Encinitas at about 10 a.m.

  2. San Diego County will officially move Wednesday, April 7, from red into the second-least-restrictive orange tier of the state’s COVID-19 reopening framework, allowing for increased attendance limits at most businesses and a reopening of bars outdoors amid declining coronavirus case rates and continuing vaccinations.

  3. The city of Del Mar is closing in on an agreement with a grassroots group to withdraw a petition that could overturn a zoning change that the city needs to meet a state housing mandate.

  4. Del Mar 14-year-old Lucas Pierce has turned a new hobby picked up during the pandemic into a passion for movie making.

  5. California will allow indoor live events and performances to resume, with limitations, starting Thursday, April 15 — the latest rules to be relaxed amid declining coronavirus case rates and continuing vaccinations.

  6. For almost five years, Encinitas physical therapy clinic LEVEL4 PT & Wellness has been “keeping people healthy for the long term.”

  7. Solana Beach City Council members discussed potential smoke-free requirements for new housing during their March 24 meeting, when they also reviewed comments from the state’s Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) about the city’s new housing element.

  8. Faced with a state housing mandate, the Del Mar City Council will enter a three-year window to strike a deal for affordable housing at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, otherwise the city might have to zone for high-density development on its north and south bluffs.

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