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CARLSBAD — Exactly one year after ground was broken on the project, Carlsbad’s desalination plant about one fourth constructed and on its way to start operating in early 2016.
DEL MAR — Signs that serve a cultural or community interest will no longer be subject to design review and will not be calculated toward the maximum allowable size limits of the property on which they are located.
SAN DIEGO – In the Chargers locker room, belief has set in. It didn’t take a string of five wins in a row, a series of improbable outcomes, or a missed field goal to send them into the playoffs for it to set in.
ENCINITAS — “Bicycles are traffic – we’re part of the traffic,” said Brent Garrigus, an avid cyclist and owner of Ride Cyclery, a bike sales and service shop that borders the South Coast Highway 101 in Encinitas.
SOLANA BEACH — Back in the day, things were made to last. Kristian Rauhala found out just how true that statement is when remodeling his house.
OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College’s board of trustees recently elected David Broad as board president and Jeanne Shannon as board vice president.
ENCINITAS — A recently approved rebuild plan will ensure the future of The Grauer School, representatives from the school believe.
DEL MAR — Del Mar Fairgrounds officials are eager to begin traffic studies that allow use of a vacant lot east of the state-owned facility even though they have a decade to complete them.
REGION — The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks recently added five new members to its coaching and administrative staff.
DEL MAR — In recognition of Christine Kehoe’s longstanding efforts to protect the environment, coastal resources and, most notably, the San Dieguito River, the 22nd District Agricultural Association board of directors agreed at Dec. 17 meeting to name part of the Coast to Crest Trail after the former state senator.