Del Mar

Study set to review traffic options at busy intersection

Study set to review traffic options at busy intersection

DEL MAR — Plans to improve traffic at the intersection of Jimmy Durante Boulevard and San Dieguito Drive are gearing up.

Haydu appointed to 22nd DAA, Day resigns

Haydu appointed to 22nd DAA, Day resigns

DEL MAR — Lee Haydu, a former Del Mar City Council member who served one year as mayor, was one of two people appointed on Feb. 27 by Gov. Jerry Brown to the 22nd District Agricultural Association board of directors, which governs the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Council responds to Del Mar satisfaction survey results

Council responds to Del Mar satisfaction survey results

DEL MAR — Even though most of the 450 residents who responded to a questionnaire are at least somewhat satisfied, if not more so, with the way the city is being run, council members are not resting on their laurels.

Council responds to survey results

Council responds to survey results

DEL MAR — Even though most of the 450 residents who responded to a questionnaire are at least somewhat satisfied, if not more so, with the way the city is being run, council members are not resting on their laurels.

Marvel heroes land in Del Mar

Marvel heroes land in Del Mar

DEL MAR — It may look as though aliens landed at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, or that the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station is being reassembled there.

Contract OK’d for street, sidewalk upgrades on Jimmy Durante

Contract OK’d for street, sidewalk upgrades on Jimmy Durante

DEL MAR — Street, sidewalk and drainage improvements along a southeast portion of Jimmy Durante Boulevard are expected to begin in about a week after City Council awarded a $1.6 million contract to PAL General Engineering Inc. at the Feb. 2 meeting.

Parking management plan drives forward in Del Mar

Parking management plan drives forward in Del Mar

DEL MAR — Councilmen Terry Sinnott and Dwight Worden, tasked at the Jan. 5 meeting to bring back within 30 days an analysis of the parking user groups, presented their summary at the Feb. 2 meeting.

Tree stump to be carved into public art

Tree stump to be carved into public art

DEL MAR — When Del Mar resident David Arnold was on his way home one day last month he saw a city crew removing a beetle-damaged Torrey pine on the south end of Torrey Pines State Reserve on a patch of land with an ocean view.

Survey results are in, Del Marians are satisfied

52 percent of the 450 residents surveyed were ‘somewhat satisfied’

Schedule to build city hall adopted

Schedule to build city hall adopted

DEL MAR — With the master planning phase to replace city hall on target to wind up March 2, city officials are ready to begin the design stage.