Del Mar City Council.

Council sets fees, food trucks can return

Council sets fees, food trucks can return

DEL MAR — Having already established the when, the where and the how food trucks can operate in Del Mar, council members set the how much at the April 6 meeting, approving a $350 charge for first-time applicants and a $175 annual renewal fee.

Del Mar OKs sheriff’s contract, agrees to look into other options

DEL MAR — City Council unanimously approved a new five-year contract with the San Diego Sheriff’s Department, immediately after agreeing to take the next step to find other viable options for law enforcement in the county’s smallest city.

City adopts resolution to stop gun shows

DEL MAR — With the threat of a lawsuit and arguments from people on both sides of the issue, the Del Mar City Council unanimously adopted a resolution at the Jan. 14 meeting urging the 22nd District Agricultural Association to not renew its contract with Crossroads of the West, which produces several gun shows annually […]

City moves forward with housing plans

DEL MAR — City Council recently opted to possibly reclassify portions of the central and north commercial zones in an effort to meet state-mandated housing requirements.

Del Mar could face lawsuit for halting food truck expansion

Del Mar could face lawsuit for halting food truck expansion

DEL MAR — City Council adopted an urgency ordinance at the Nov. 19 meeting that places a temporary moratorium on issuing business licenses to food trucks, a move that could potentially end the Wednesday night gatherings and result in a lawsuit, the event organizer said.

Del Mar discusses new projects

DEL MAR — With several projects on their must-do list either under way or already completed, council members discussed upcoming priorities at the Aug. 20 meeting.