REGION — When it comes to tobacco control, Solana Beach makes the grade, but Del Mar does not, at least according to the American Lung Association.
REGION — Coordinated at marathon speed in about 30 days, the inaugural Team Hoyt San Diego fundraiser netted approximately $25,000 to help challenged athletes swim, bike, run.
DEL MAR — Most Del Mar residents will soon have a chance to weigh in on what should be included in the new city hall complex.
DEL MAR — Council members unanimously agreed at the Jan. 20 meeting to move forward cautiously with a recommendation to form a small city police department, but only if the Sheriff’s Department is willing to work under such an arrangement.
DEL MAR — After more than 90 minutes of discussion at the Jan. 5 meeting, Councilmen Terry Sinnott and Dwight Worden were appointed to further analyze a nearly 85-page draft document that outlined a downtown parking management plan and report back to their colleagues in 30 days.
DEL MAR — Plans to build a roundabout at the intersection of Jimmy Durante Boulevard and San Dieguito Drive have been put on hold to avoid delaying a sidewalk improvement project. However, the traffic calming device is still under review and could be added in the future.
DEL MAR — In an effort to ensure maximum community involvement in the design phase of the city hall replacement project, council members unanimously agreed at the Jan. 5 meeting to use expanded Design Review Board and Citizens Participation Program processes.
DEL MAR — Nearly seven years after the city purchased the former Del Mar Shores School site to preserve the area as open space, the master planning process is moving forward, but council members agreed it should take a back seat to a concurrent project to replace city hall.
DEL MAR — In an effort to better interact with the public and share information outside of noticed meetings without violating state law, council members agreed to move forward with recommendations made by their new colleague, Dwight Worden, a former Del Mar city attorney.
DEL MAR — With an expected shortage of stables within the next five years, the 22nd District Agricultural Association is preparing to conduct a feasibility study for stabling 1,000 horses at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, a move that could determine the future of racing in Southern California.