Feb. 25, 2020

The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Still 10 years away in “a perfect world,” probably much longer
After his wife, daughter and sister-in-law died in a bluff collapse last summer, Encinitas resident Pat Davis joined the many local voices calling for federal funding to combat the erosion, sea level rise and other environmental factors that caused it.
As the Solana Beach School District prepares to break ground on the new Solana Vista School this summer, the board is facing an important decision about where students will be housed during the one-year construction.
The Solana Beach School District adopted its new by-trustee area map that will be used for the upcoming November 2020 elections.
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  1. After reading the news about the coronavirus outbreak in China, Canyon Crest Academy sophomore Andrew Kuang took initiative and started a fundraiser to raise money to buy medical supplies for hospitals in Wuhan.
  2. In response to a new state law, the Del Mar City Council is evaluating new standards for environmental review that places an emphasis on vehicle miles traveled.
  3. Last week, a Superior Court judge dismissed the city’s request for a writ of mandate to clarify whether it had to obey a state Coastal Commission directive to loosen those limits.
  4. Solana Beach City Councilman David Zito gave a brief overview of San Diego Association of Governments accomplishments from 2019, and one of the key challenges ahead related to new housing throughout the county.
  5. The Solana Beach City Council will hold a hearing March 11 over rates for Solana Energy Alliance customers, following regulatory changes that will impact the program’s finances.
  6. With less than two weeks before the March 3 election, supporters on both sides of Del Mar’s Marisol initiative, which would lead to a luxury hotel project, have been using some shoeleather campaigning in their final attempts to reach voters.
  7. The Canyon Crest Academy Debate Team had a successful tournament at the 34th Stanford University Invitational.
  8. Society for Science & the Public recently announced the top 300 scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2020, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors.
  9. The Del Mar Thoroughbred Club’s 2020 budget was approved by the 22nd District Agricultural Association’s board of directors on Feb. 11, as club officials hope their continued commitment to improve horse racing safety assuage public outcries about horse fatalities.
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