Solana Beach

New city leader officially onboard

New city leader officially onboard

SOLANA BEACH — It’s official. Greg Wade was formally hired as Solana Beach’s next city manager with a 4-0 vote at the May 13 meeting. Mayor Lesa Heebner was absent but in a statement read by Councilman Dave Zito, she said she looked forward to working with him to “serve and enhance our beautiful community.” […]

Revised story pole plan OK’d

Revised story pole plan OK’d

SOLANA BEACH — Council members unanimously approved at a special May 6 meeting a revised story pole plan for the complete remodel of an apartment complex on the corner of South Nardo and Stevens avenues.

7th graders raise $800 for leukemia society

7th graders raise $800 for leukemia society

SOLANA BEACH — As part of an assignment for their seventh-grade humanities class, five students from Earl Warren Middle School recently donated more than $800 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

NCTD enforcing trespassing on tracks

NCTD enforcing trespassing on tracks

REGION — Law enforcement officers from the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department recently began stepping up enforcement efforts for trespassing on North County railroad tracks.

Solana Beach musician leads a colorful life

Solana Beach musician leads a colorful life

SOLANA BEACH — Reid Moriarty has done quite a bit in 20 years.

Solana Beach hires city manager

Solana Beach hires city manager

SOLANA BEACH — From a field of 120 applicants during two recruitment efforts in the past year, Greg Wade was selected as the new city manager, replacing David Ott, who retired from the position twice in the last five years.

Sand replenishment project clears major hurdle

Sand replenishment project clears major hurdle

REGION — Plans to place more than 1.5 million cubic yards of sand on beaches in two North County cities over a 50-year span recently reached “the last significant major milestone,” Solana Beach City Manager David Ott said.

New RV parking rules sent back for revision

SOLANA BEACH — New rules for parking recreational vehicles on public property were deemed too restrictive and sent back for revisions at the April 8 meeting.

New plan for story poles introduced

New plan for story poles introduced

SOLANA BEACH –Rather than continue to seek a waiver for the installation of about 30 percent of the required story poles for the complete remodel of an apartment complex, the developers have devised a new system to indicate building sizes.

Marine helicopter makes precautionary landing

Marine helicopter makes precautionary landing

SOLANA BEACH—A marine helicopter made a precautionary landing Wednesday morning on the beach at 11:40 a.m. a few blocks south of Fletcher Cove in front of the Del Mar Shores Terrace complex.