California Coastal Commission

City looking for path forward in stabilizing Beacon’s Beach

City looking for path forward in stabilizing Beacon’s Beach

ENCINITAS — Another bluff collapse at Beacon’s Beach could wipe out much of the nearby parking lot and a winding trail that leads down to a popular surfing spot, officials fear.

Illegal ‘No Parking’ signs crop up around coastline

Illegal ‘No Parking’ signs crop up around coastline

COAST CITIES — Finding parking near the beach can be a challenge. And it’s made tougher by signs in front of residents’ homes stating parking isn’t allowed there.

Residents’ lawsuit a focal point in seawall fight

Residents’ lawsuit a focal point in seawall fight

ENCINITAS — Slowly, rain and high tides are chipping away at the steep cliffs on Grandview Beach.

Coastal Commission approves scaled back sand project

Coastal Commission approves scaled back sand project

ENCINITAS — If at first you don’t succeed, then try again. The old adage recently rang true for Encinitas and Solana Beach.

Cities back smaller sand project in hopes of getting Coastal Commission approval

Cities back smaller sand project in hopes of getting Coastal Commission approval

ENCINITAS — A long-term sand project gained new life at last week’s Encinitas City Council meeting.

Del Mar to comment on more fairgrounds events

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.

After back and forth, Proposition A is in effect for entire city

ENCINITAS — The cloud of uncertainty looks to have passed.

Council approves letters on I-5 project

DEL MAR — Council members approved two letters at the April 15 meeting stating their positions on the Interstate 5 widening project and nominees to the California Coastal Commission.

LUP amendment up for public review

SOLANA BECH — A draft amendment for a plan adopted in February that will give Solana Beach more permitting authority over most new development in the city was released March 29 for a six-week public comment period.

Trail will connect two cities together

Trail will connect two cities together

CARLSBAD — The California Coastal Commission approved the construction of the Coastal Rail Trail along Buena Vista Lagoon to unite pathways in Carlsbad and Oceanside at its March 7 meeting.