DEL MAR — Stephen Shewmaker was reappointed May 15 by Gov. Jerry Brown to the 22nd District Agricultural Association board of directors, which governs the Del Mar Fairgrounds. He has served on the nine-member panel since 2012. “My time onboard thus far has been very enjoyable and rewarding,” Shewmaker said. “The work is much more […]
DEL MAR — The show, since its beginnings, has always been about one thing: the surfboard.
DEL MAR — In response to comments made in a citizen satisfaction survey and the results of a pavement assessment, council members are poised to launch a roadway improvement plan in which the city will likely spend money now to save it later.
DEL MAR — Council members at the May 4 meeting unanimously approved a request to subdivide 6.2 acres of land on the northern border of the city into five single-family residential lots, paving the way for development on one of the last remaining vacant bluff-top parcels in North County.
DEL MAR — Residents had their first opportunity to share their thoughts on what a new civic center should look like with the recently hired architects during a May 4 meet and greet.
DEL MAR — Will it make traffic worse? Could it actually decrease pedestrian safety? What’s the rush?
DEL MAR — Shared use between people and pets, passive areas where children can play and benches to sit on and enjoy the ocean view were among the most requested amenities during a Plan Your Park workshop held to garner input on how best to develop the Shores property.
DEL MAR — Pugs dressed as the Queen of Hearts, a runaway bride and of course Elvis were on hand for the 24th annual Pug Party held May 2 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
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.