DEL MAR — Residents will soon have an opportunity, perhaps as early as spring, to provide input on city services.
DEL MAR — City officials are working to create a survey to find out if the rest of the community agrees with input from about 40 people who attended a meeting focused on replacing City Hall.
DEL MAR — With new City Hall offices identified as a primary need, a workshop to garner public input on the who, what and where will be held at 6 p.m. on Dec. 2.
DEL MAR — In an effort to increase revenues, reduce costs and possibly finance major capital projects, City Council at the Oct. 21 meeting authorized the formation of a subcommittee within the citizen volunteer Finance Committee.
DEL MAR — Improvements to city facilities and infrastructure are inevitable, necessary and costly. Funding the upgrades can be especially challenging for a small community like Del Mar, which has limited revenue sources and is essentially built out.
DEL MAR — City Council members agreed unanimously at the Sept. 16 meeting to weigh in on permit applications presented to the California Coastal Commission for increased activities at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.