April 8, 2020

The San Diego Union-Tribune

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San Diego-based International Education Management Group is donating tens of thousands of personal protective equipment items to local hospitals for health care workers on the front lines of battling the novel coronavirus pandemic.
On Friday evening, April 3, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department issued 22 citations to people in North County beach cities who were said to be in violation of the county’s and state’s recently enacted social distancing policies.
One of the new community choice aggregation energy programs in the San Diego region has received its official certification from state regulators.
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  1. The Del Mar Union School District board fears it is gearing up for a legal fight with its Del Mar Heights School rebuild.
  2. The Del Mar City Council approved approximately $1.1 million in budget reductions and passed an urgency ordinance to halt commercial evictions during an April 6 meeting held remotely and broadcast on the city’s website.
  3. Helen Woodward Animal Center is part of the rescue of over 70 orphan Louisiana pets whose lives were on the line.
  4. A 62-year-old woman was fatally injured Friday morning, April 3, in the Torrey Highlands area when she apparently failed to park her SUV correctly and it rolled over her, police said.
  5. The Fairmont Grand Del Mar in Carmel Valley’s Del Mar Mesa announced that the luxury resort will be temporarily closing effective Friday, April 3.
  6. Despite COVID-19 creating serious health fears and financial obstacles for millions of Californians, property taxes will not be postponed and are still due April 10.
  7. Solana Beach’s Ali Bonar has created the world’s first spreadable granola with Kween Granola Butter.
  8. Topics ranging from the space race to the French monarchy to U.S. interstate highways were among those explored by winning students in the San Diego County National History Day competition.
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