Del Mar

Council OKs financing program energy-efficient upgrades

Council OKs financing program energy-efficient upgrades

DEL MAR — Property and business owners can more easily finance energy-efficient improvements following a Dec.15 City Council decision to take part in Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, programs.

Lizerbram won’t serve second term

Lizerbram won’t serve second term

DEL MAR — The board that governs the Del Mar Fairgrounds will once again be down a director unless the governor makes an appointment within the next few weeks.

Ag district cans plans for microbrewery

Ag district cans plans for microbrewery

DEL MAR — Plans to convert an underused facility at the Del Mar Fairgrounds into a microbrewery have gone flat, but the idea of a tasting room is still on tap.

City hall options now back to three

DEL MAR — Council members have again changed the number of city hall options that will be presented to residents, but they also approved two items at the Dec. 15 meeting that will move the project forward.

City reinstates use of body camera

DEL MAR — Del Mar’s park ranger was expected to resume using a body camera this past week, according to an update given by the city manager at the Dec. 15 meeting.

Cities to reiterate concerns with One Paseo

Cities to reiterate concerns with One Paseo

REGION — With a hearing for One Paseo scheduled for the Jan. 27 San Diego City Council meeting, officials from Del Mar and Solana Beach agreed to again submit letters stating their concerns with the Carmel Valley development.

CCR needs more to fill baskets

DEL MAR — The Encinitas-based Community Resource Center still needs a few items for its upcoming “Holiday Baskets” giveaway.

Planning begins for river path extension in Del Mar

Planning begins for river path extension in Del Mar

DEL MAR — Armed with recently received grant money, city officials are moving forward with plans to extend River Path Del Mar, an approximately quarter-mile stretch of land between San Dieguito Drive and the lagoon beginning at the Grand Avenue Bridge lagoon viewpoint.

Free activities, treats and Santa visits highlight holiday happenings

Free activities, treats and Santa visits highlight holiday happenings

REGION — San Diego County’s smallest cities kicked off the holiday season Dec. 7 with a variety of free activities, tree-lighting ceremonies and photo opportunities with Santa Claus.

Del Marians see train platform as unneeded

Del Marians see train platform as unneeded

DEL MAR — City officials, in a comment letter to the San Diego Association of Governments, are asking that an environmental assessment for a project to replace the nearly 100-year-old railroad bridge west of the Del Mar Fairgrounds be revised and reissued because it does not adequately mitigate impacts or address the need for a […]