SOLANA BEACH —Armed with weed whackers, wheelbarrows, shovels, saws, rakes and hoes, more than 60 volunteers cleaned up the undeveloped lot adjacent to the train station during a March 2 beautification project sponsored by the Solana Beach Garden Club, Solana Beach Civic & Historical Society and North County Transit District.
SOLANA BEACH — Council members finally adopted a Local Coastal Program Land Use Plan with a 4-1 vote at the Feb. 27 meeting, a decision they said they would make, but didn’t, in September, December and February.
SOLANA BEACH — The Solana Beach Garden Club, Solana Beach Civic & Historical Society, and North County Transit District are working together to clean up and beautify the highly visible, undeveloped lot at the northwest corner of Lomas Santa Fe Drive and Cedros Avenue, adjacent to the train station.
SOLANA BEACH — Time passes quickly in the emotionally taut drama, “Time Stands Still,” now onstage at the North Coast Repertory Theatre.
COAST CITIES — Supervisor Dave Roberts is seeking volunteers to help him allocate $500,000 he receives from the county’s Community Enhancement Program, established to stimulate tourism and the economy and improve the regional quality of life.
SOLANA BEACH — With Mayor Mike Nichols absent, City Council members voted 4-0 at the Feb. 13 meeting to approve a five-year law enforcement contract, adopt a mandated housing plan and fill two vacancies on an advisory commission.
SOLANA BEACH — County Supervisor Dave Roberts and Solana Beach City Councilwoman Lesa Heebner read to elementary school students at Solana Vista on Feb. 14 as part of the Rolling Readers USA Share Your Love of Reading program.
SOLANA BEACH — When Nydia Abney heard about the killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012, she laid blame at the foot of Nancy Lanza, mother of alleged shooter Adam Lanza who was reported to be autistic. “At 20 years of age, Adam shouldn’t be living under his mother,” she explained. “She [...]
COAST CITIES— The U.S. NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) fielded numerous questions about the incapacitated SONGS (San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station) from San Diego politicians and a myriad of Southern California residents at a public meeting on Feb. 12 at Capistrano Beach.