Jan. 22, 2020
Fellow Solana Beach School District board members donned cowboy hats at the Jan. 16 board meeting as Rich Leib rode off into the sunset following his resignation.
Carmel Valley’s Sarah Raskin won the Tri-City Medical Center Carlsbad Marathon on Jan. 19 in her debut at the distance.
The ground has officially broken on the Aperture Del Mar office complex in Pacific Highlands Ranch.
The Solana Beach School District board is deciding between five potential maps as it prepares to transition to by-trustee voting areas for elections.
Following the sudden resignation of its longtime chair, the Torrey Pines Community Planning Board will hold a reorganization meeting to appoint a new chair and secretary Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. in the Del Mar Hills Academy Performing Arts Center.
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  1. The Santa Fe Irrigation District approved three percent water rate increases for the next three years at a Jan. 16 hearing.
  2. Del Mar residents Ken and Linda Olson filed a lawsuit against the city to overturn a directive by the planning director ordering the removal of trees on their property in the 400 block of Torrey Point Road.
  3. The city of Del Mar filed a lawsuit against a Bakersfield-based company over an alleged pipe rupture three years ago that leaked 125,000 gallons of wastewater.
  4. The newly formed Clean Energy Alliance Board of Directors discussed forming a citizens advisory committees during its monthly meeting on Jan. 16.
  5. The City of San Diego’s new Water Conservation calendar features the winning artwork of several local Carmel Valley students.This is the 20th year the calendar has been produced by the city’s Public Utilities Department.
  6. Safety and security were among the top concerns Encinitas residents expressed to city staff at a Jan. 14 public forum about a proposed parking area for North County residents who are experiencing homelessness and living in their cars.
  7. The San Diego Juvenile Court System has ordered restitution, community service hours and probation for a group of five juveniles who were involved in vandalizing Solana Vista School last summer.
  8. The Del Mar City Council created a Housing Element Citizens’ Task Force to make recommendations on where to add new housing in the city as part of the state’s Regional Housing Needs Assessment.
  9. Del Mar City Council members will attempt to withdraw and resubmit applications to the California Coastal Commission related to the city’s plan to handle sea level rise, with the goal of postponing a hearing in front of the commission until July.