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.
DEL MAR — Residents interested in helping to plan the development of the Shores property will soon be able to apply for a position on an advisory committee.
DEL MAR — Gretchen Schmidt was honored with a proclamation from City Council at the Jan. 21 meeting for more than 15 years as a librarian with the Del Mar branch of the San Diego County Library.
DEL MAR — An unauthorized memorial bench installed in memory of local journalist Loren Nancarrow at Dog Beach has been removed. But city officials would like to find its creator to discuss long-term placement of the dog-bone shaped structure.
DEL MAR — Two Del Mar Fairgrounds employees were recognized at the Jan. 14 meeting for their combined service of nearly half a century.
DEL MAR — In honor of a former member, City Council adopted a proclamation and declared Jan. 21, 2014, Remembering Lou Terrell Day in Del Mar.
DEL MAR — Council members authorized staff at the Jan. 21 meeting to begin the search for a consultant to prepare a master plan for the Shores property.
DEL MAR — It’s been about two months since City Council received a report evaluating its law enforcement services. Since then, city officials have been working with the Sheriff’s Department to address 11 recommendations included in the report.
DEL MAR — Council members opted at the Jan. 21 meeting to take a walk on the wild side and borrow 100 percent of the $3 million needed to complete the first three segments of a sidewalk improvement project.
DEL MAR — The 2014 summer horse races at the Del Mar Fairgrounds will remain “Cool as Ever,” as the famous slogan promises. But the iconic blue and gold diamonds have been scratched from the lineup as the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club readies for the 15-day fall meet this November.