Lee Haydu

81-year-old bridge gets new lease on life

81-year-old bridge gets new lease on life

DEL MAR — Road closures, corrosion and the inability to survive major seismic activity are issues of the past for the North Torrey Pines Bridge.

Details stepping up on sidewalk project

Details stepping up on sidewalk project

DEL MAR — Plans to improve sidewalks throughout the city moved a few steps forward at the Feb. 18 meeting when council members unanimously approved a contract to design the remaining segments of the project and adopted resolutions needed to finance the work.

Del Mar mayor plans to hold office hours

Del Mar mayor plans to hold office hours

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.

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.

Mayors switch in coast cities

Mayors switch in coast cities

COAST CITIES — It was the passing of the gavel in Del Mar and Solana Beach, the two smallest cities in San Diego and the only ones that still appoint rather than elected their mayors.

Workshop planned for City Hall replacement

Workshop planned for City Hall replacement

DEL MAR — With new City Hall offices identified as a primary need, a workshop to garner public input on the who, what and where will be held at 6 p.m. on Dec. 2.

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.

Councilwoman’s husband loses battle with leukemia

DEL MAR — The March 4 City Council meeting began with a somber announcement that Deputy Mayor Lee Haydu had lost her husband a week earlier.