June 26, 2019
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Beachside Laundromat, a local laundry amenity in Del Mar for 30 years, is under new ownership and in May unloaded some improvements to make for a better customer experience.
Beginning July 1, the Cohn Restaurant Group will assume ownership of Westroot Tavern in the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch, implementing a top-to-bottom renovation and concept overhaul.
A community clean-up of Solana Ranch Park will be held on Tuesday, July 2 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Carmel Valley 11-year-old Mia Saban pulled off her first successful San Diego Slimers Event in Carmel Valley, raising over $800 for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
As MTS eyes placing a measure on the 2020 ballot to provide funding for transit projects, they are gathering input with the lofty task of defining what the future of transportation in San Diego should look like.
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Latest Del Mar News
  1. At the June 20 board meeting, the Solana Beach School District board approved its 2019-20 budget and set the priorities for the coming school year, which include a focus on special education, transportation and supporting students’ recycling efforts.
  2. Del Mar City Manager Scott Huth announced Wednesday, June 19, his plans to retire in February 2020 after eight years as the city’s top executive.
  3. Five years before he would be charged with fraud conspiracy, with his name included in a parade of actresses, financiers and executives accused of ripping off some of the country’s top colleges, Toby MacFarlane was nearly undone by an email.
  4. Officials told to immediately make dates available to operators of the Crossroads of the West Gun Show while legal challenge works its way through courts
  5. St. James Academy in Solana Beach was recently honored by the U.S. Department of Education as a Green Ribbon School.
  6. Measure failed that would have allowed for senior-care apartment complex