Del Mar Specific Plan

Letters to the Editor: Nov. 30, 2012

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City hosts Q&A session on Del Mar specific plan

City hosts Q&A session on Del Mar specific plan

Financing and the ability of emergency vehicles to maneuver roundabouts were the main concerns of the dozen or so residents who attended an Oct. 1 question-and-answer session to sort fact from fiction regarding the village specific plan, a proposal to revitalize downtown that will be voted on during the Nov. 6 election.

Del Mar’s specific plan to go on the ballot

DEL MAR — Voters will decide whether to move forward with downtown revitalization after council members voted unanimously at the Aug. 6 meeting to adopt the village specific plan, certify the accompanying environmental impact report and place the measure on the Nov. 6 ballot.

Del Mar discusses specific plan financing

DEL MAR — As finance options for the village specific plan were presented at the June 4 meeting, it was stressed that no residential fees, assessments or taxes would be required to pay for improvements to the downtown commercial area.

Del Mar responds to public comments on specific plan

Del Mar responds to public comments on specific plan

DEL MAR — With the public review period closed for the draft environmental impact report on the village specific plan, city staff has been working to address and respond to the approximately 70 comments received.