Oct. 21, 2020

The San Diego Union-Tribune



The electoral push to expand the cannabis industry into more California cities includes Nov. 3 ballot measures in Solana Beach and Encinitas, which have both led to debates on local control, crime and other potential issues.

Plans for the 2021 San Diego County Fair will start to come into focus next month, Del Mar Fairgrounds board members said during their Oct. 20 online meeting.

A resolution passed by the San Dieguito Union High School District board on Oct. 14 represented a shift in the district’s thinking regarding reopening, allowing them to move toward bringing students back to in-person school one to two days a week by the second quarter.

Solana Beach City Council members crafted some of the terms that will be part of a financial assistance program for renters in the city who have lost their jobs or otherwise been impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Latest Del Mar News

  1. The Del Mar City Council allocated $202,000 to its economic contingency fund during its Oct. 19 online meeting and made other budgetary adjustments in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic and its effects on the city’s finances.

  2. About 50 parents and community members rallied outside the Poway Unified School District office before the Thursday, Oct. 15, board meeting, over the possibility of PUSD leasing a surplus property to Costco.

  3. Incumbent Assemblyman Brian Maienschein and his challenger, June Yang Cutter, will face off again on Nov. 3 after having their first match-up on the ballot during the 77th Assembly District’s primary.

  4. This November, there are four candidates vying for two spots on the Del Mar Union School District board.

  5. Amy Caterina has announced her withdrawal from the race for San Dieguito Union High School District Board, Area 4.

  6. The Southern California Women In Bio chapter, which includes Del Mar residents in leadership positions, has been using its programs to help more women advance in bioscience-related fields.

  7. As mail ballots start showing up in mailboxes around San Diego County, the Registrar of Voters office is reminding voters that it’s safer to mark your ballot at home to avoid the risk of contracting COVID-19.