Del Mar

Council OKs path extension permit

Council OKs path extension permit

DEL MAR — With a deadline to spend a county grant only three months away, Del Mar council members at the June 1 meeting certified an environmental study and approved a conditional use permit for the River Path Del Mar extension.

Animal rescue series nominated for Emmys

Animal rescue series nominated for Emmys

REGION — A San Diego television series that follows the stories of rescued wild animals has been nominated for three Emmy Awards.

Frampton doesn’t live in the past on new tour

Frampton doesn’t live in the past on new tour

Peter Frampton, of course, has an album in “Frampton Comes Alive” that gave him hit songs he will always have to play whenever he steps on stage for a concert.

Del Mar gets twelve volunteers and a new boat

DEL MAR — Following somewhat of a drought of volunteers, council members at the June 1 meeting appointed 12 people to three citizen advisory committees.

Residents get look at conceptual City Hall plans

Residents get look at conceptual City Hall plans

DEL MAR — Three conceptual layouts for a new City Hall complex were presented at a June 1 meeting, during which council members and residents weighed in on which option they prefer and why.

Del Mar OKs new street signage rules

Del Mar OKs new street signage rules

DEL MAR — In an effort to make Del Mar more business friendly, council members approved at the May 18 meeting changes to the rules that govern signs in the commercial district. The request came last year from the Business Support Advisory Committee, which reviewed how cities such as Encinitas and Solana Beach regulate signage, […]

Committee forming to  address design review process

Committee forming to address design review process

DEL MAR — In an effort to improve the design review process council members approved at the May 18 meeting the creation of an ad hoc advisory committee.

Residents in Del Mar want eucalyptus trees removed

Residents in Del Mar want eucalyptus trees removed

DEL MAR — An attorney hired by a group of residents is asking the city to take action to remove or cut back and thin out what he describes as a thirsty grove of eucalyptus trees on “the most dangerous piece of property in Del Mar.”

City receives $112K in grants, rejects project bids

City receives $112K in grants, rejects project bids

DEL MAR — Council members at the May 18 meeting accepted grants for two projects and rejected all bids for another one.

Taste of Wine: Seasalt comes ashore in Del Mar

Taste of Wine: Seasalt comes ashore in Del Mar

Congratulations to Salvatore Ercolano for delivering the perfect San Diego seaside restaurant and wine bar that’s as relaxed as you could wish for.