Nov. 26, 2020

The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Applications are available for select businesses that can demonstrate direct financial harm caused by the latest restrictions

A recent pool development study estimated that it would cost San Dieguito Union High School District $10.7 million to build a swimming pool on the La Costa Canyon High School campus.

Local businesses had filed suit seeking a temporary restraining order that would have overturned county and state orders that restaurants and gyms be limited to outdoor-only operations

As the San Dieguito Union High School District prepares to return students to campus one day a week starting on Jan. 4, it faces challenges of staff attrition and concerns about the safety of returning to in-person school while the pandemic surges nationwide.

Leucadians have joined the chorus of coastal residents opposed to plans by North County Transit District to fence off portions of the railroad tracks in Oceanside, Encinitas and Del Mar.

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  1. Gelson’s, with San Diego locations in Del Mar, Carlsbad and Pacific Beach, recently announced a charitable donation to community neighbor the Del Mar Schools Education Foundation (DMSEF).

  2. Given the surge in cases and hospitalizations due to COVID-19, County health officials are urging San Diegans to keep Thanksgiving and other holiday celebrations small, short and safe.

  3. The Del Mar Union School District’s court date with Save the Field has been postponed until Dec. 22.

  4. Despite a challenging year for all, the Del Mar Village has many opportunities for locals to safely enjoy the holidays this season, from socially-distanced Santa photos and a new local eGift card with bonus dollars to gift donations and a chance to support local restaurants and frontline workers.

  5. The Del Mar City Council adopted a statement that lays out how the city will handles issues related to the rail line along the bluff.

  6. A group of Canyon Crest Academy students are holding another hackathon from Dec. 4-7 through the Helyx Initiative, a group they started in San Diego and expanded to chapters across the globe.

  7. Del Mar residents seeking to overturn a recent zoning change by the City Council say they have enough signatures to force a referendum.

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