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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.
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.
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.
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.
A bill in the state Legislature that seeks to improve high-speed internet availability by reducing local control over the installation of the necessary infrastructure has passed the Senate over the objection of its opponents in local government.
Later this month, the Solana Beach City Council will approve a two-year budget for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 fiscal years, with projections that map out a gradual return to normal after a year of cutbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Del Mar’s General Fund revenue for the third quarter of the 2020-21 fiscal year is $1.12 million above projections, bolstered in part by about $800,000 that the city received from the latest federal aid package.
From a practice field in the small town of Powder Springs, Georgia, a new baseball league for players with autism or other disabilities has expanded throughout the country over the last five years and now seeks volunteers to help it launch in the Del Mar and Encinitas areas.
Del Mar life coach Christine Howard released a book on May 19 to guide women through depression, anxiety and other issues and set them on a path toward “radiant achievement.”