June 13, 2021

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Scaled-down version of the San Diego County Fair still a draw for the “regulars” who love the food, shopping and piglet races

On June 9, the San Diego County Registrar of Voters certified the signatures calling for a special election in San Dieguito Union High School District’s area 5, meaning Ty Humes’ provisional appointment as a trustee was terminated.

The board of directors for the 22nd District Agricultural Association voted June 8 to start looking for a lessee to bring equestrian activity back to Del Mar Horsepark, which has been closed this year because of wastewater upgrades that needed to be accounted for.

SDG&E is expected to begin construction soon on undergrounding a little over a mile of overhead utility lines on Via De La Valle.

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  1. The city of San Diego is in the process of securing contracts for an asphalt resurfacing project that will include the residential streets north of Del Mar Heights Road.

  2. Homeowners had sued state agency; owner to donate $140,000 as part of legal settlement

  3. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted on spending $650 million in federal assistance Tuesday

  4. The 45-day public comment period for the Del Mar Union School District’s draft focused environmental impact report (DFEIR) for the Del Mar Heights School rebuild is set to expire on Friday, June 11.

  5. Community engagement has begun on the Del Mar Hills Academy modernization project.

  6. The Del Mar City Council decided to withdraw its sea level rise adaptation plan from a June 10 hearing in front of the California Coastal Commission, which leaves the plan uncertified after years of discussions between the two sides.

  7. Author, constitutional law historian and Del Mar resident Lawrence Goldstone recently received a Lillian Smith Book Award for “On Account of Race,” a book he released last year about White supremacy and its impact on voting rights.

  8. Solana Beach is finalizing the third phase of the Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Improvement Project, designed to improve the street and make it more user-friendly for pedestrians, bicyclists and other modes of transportation.

  9. The board of supervisors will work through competing priorities for federal rescue funding on Tuesday

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