DEL MAR — Plans to improve sidewalks throughout the city moved a few steps forward at the Feb. 18 meeting when council members unanimously approved a contract to design the remaining segments of the project and adopted resolutions needed to finance the work.
DEL MAR — According to the results of a recent survey, the majority of respondents agree with approximately 40 people who attended a December workshop when it comes to where a new City Hall should be located and what it should include.
DEL MAR — A request for interest for alternative uses for an underused facility at the Del Mar Fairgrounds has been officially terminated, scrapping proposals to transform Surfside Race Place into a microbrewery, luxury theaters, a family entertainment center with high-tech bowling or a combination of all three.
DEL MAR — Employee recognition, support for a seasonal train platform, a traffic study update and approval of mini-satellite wagering were addressed at the Feb. 11 meeting of the 22nd District Agricultural Association board of directors.
DEL MAR — Ambling down the sandy pathway heading towards Dog Beach, three hikers were finishing the final segment of their more than 70-mile trek of the Coast to Crest Trail.
DEL MAR — Residents will soon have an opportunity, perhaps as early as spring, to provide input on city services.
DEL MAR — The deadline to provide input on what a new City Hall and Civic Center should look like is fast approaching, and city officials are making it easy for anyone to provide weigh in.
DEL MAR — Thanks to the efforts of the Del Mar Garden Club and Friends of the Powerhouse, one of the few remaining street ends without landscaping will soon be improved.
DEL MAR — To give residents and business owners another opportunity to discuss issues and concerns, Mayor Lee Haydu will hold regularly scheduled “office hours” at City Hall, she announced at the Feb. 3 meeting.