Don Mosier

Del Mar works to decrease summer impacts on Beach Colony

DEL MAR — With input from about 60 residents, city officials are moving forward with some suggestions to ease the impact summer visitors have on those who live in the Beach Colony.

Shores planning process moves forward

Shores planning process moves forward

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.

City responds to law enforcement recommendations

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.

City to survey community on City Hall needs

City to survey community on City Hall needs

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.

Change to Garden Del Mar moves forward

Change to Garden Del Mar moves forward

DEL MAR — In an effort to decide whether residential should be an allowed use in the Garden Del Mar specific plan, council members voted 4-1 at the Dec. 9 meeting to follow the recommendation of a steering committee that many say was instrumental in getting the proposal passed in 2008 with 85 percent of […]

Del Mar collects input from community for new City Hall

Del Mar collects input from community for new City Hall

DEL MAR — A new City Hall should be in the downtown village area, preferably where the current facility is located, and it should include high-tech administrative offices for staff and a council meeting area.

Subcommittee to evaluate finance options

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 may consider bonds for city upgrades

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.

Frustration airs at council priority meeting

DEL MAR — A Sept. 9 special workshop meant to review rather than rehash previously set council priorities resulted in more frustration for at least one council member and half of the four residents who attended.