Jan. 17, 2020

The San Diego Union-Tribune

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The San Diego Juvenile Court System has ordered restitution, community service hours and probation for a group of five juveniles who were involved in vandalizing Solana Vista School last summer.
Most of the Del Mar residents who spoke at a Jan. 14 Planning Commission meeting urged their neighbors to vote against the Marisol initiative, which would create zoning for a mixed-use luxury hotel project in the northwest tip of the city.
Solana Beach is one of four cities that filed an appeal to the San Diego Association of Governments in an attempt to lower the number of new housing units city leaders will have to accommodate over the coming decade.
There is a board vacancy on the Solana Beach School District board following the resignation of Vice President Richard Leib.
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  1. The City of San Diego’s new Water Conservation calendar features the winning artwork of several local Carmel Valley students.This is the 20th year the calendar has been produced by the city’s Public Utilities Department.
  2. Safety and security were among the top concerns Encinitas residents expressed to city staff at a Jan. 14 public forum about a proposed parking area for North County residents who are experiencing homelessness and living in their cars.
  3. Several adult sports programs at the new Pacific Highlands Ranch Recreation Center will begin in March.
  4. The Del Mar City Council created a Housing Element Citizens’ Task Force to make recommendations on where to add new housing in the city as part of the state’s Regional Housing Needs Assessment.
  5. Del Mar City Council members will attempt to withdraw and resubmit applications to the California Coastal Commission related to the city’s plan to handle sea level rise, with the goal of postponing a hearing in front of the commission until July.
  6. While sitting in traffic in Pacific Highlands Ranch, you might have seen the signs.
  7. Now that it’s the New Year and the rapid succession of fall-to-winter holidays has passed, it’s time to get more organized and properly store holiday decorations away. Most people enjoy breaking out decorations to add a little festivity during the holidays. But sometimes that trip to the garage can leave you scratching your head — like where did you store the holiday decorations or that special set of holiday place settings? Or who put the big tabletop turkey in with the Halloween costumes? There are simple ways to get more organized, and Solana Beach Storage and Morena Storage have some strategies for getting organized in the New Year — and storing things properly to help take some stress out of 2020 holidays to come.
  8. A former Capri Elementary School student and his family are suing the Encinitas Union School District for negligence after allegedly suffering burns on his face, eyes and neck from a science experiment gone wrong.
  9. With global protests against 5G implementation scheduled for Jan. 25, some local residents are concerned about the alleged health impacts of the new technology as local governments pave the way for new towers in their communities.
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