March 3, 2021

The San Diego Union-Tribune



The Solana Beach City Council updated the city budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year, which has been in flux due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to show an additional $354,000 in general fund revenue and $355,000 in expenses.

Some San Diego districts have March reopening dates, but others already committed to opening in April or later

The San Dieguito Union High School District is facing questions about how it is handling public comment, including its recent decision to no longer accept written public comments and an incident when several speakers were cut off mid-comment during a special board meeting.

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Latest Del Mar News

  1. The La Jolla Music Society director of finance, accused of embezzling about $113,000, has been dismissed following an internal investigation, the organization said.

  2. New ordinance would cap Airbnb-style rentals at 1 percent of city’s housing stock, except in Mission Beach where a more generous allocation of listings will be permitted

  3. The Del Mar City Council will continue to negotiate with the proponents of a petition seeking to overturn the North Commercial zoning change, hoping to get them to withdraw it before it reaches an upcoming ballot.

  4. Student body presidents from all over San Diego County will be honored this month at the 64th annual Washington-Lincoln Laurels for Leaders awards ceremony.

  5. This weekend, a full rail closure will be in effect to accommodate work along the passenger and freight rail line between Oceanside and San Diego.