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  • Del Mar Plaza to welcome some new tenants

    Del Mar Plaza to welcome some new tenants

    The owners of the Del Mar Plaza have plans to reinvest in the center by bringing in new tenants, a property manager confirmed Sept. 24. Peaches En Regalia, which opened at the Plaza in 1989, will close Sept. 30 to allow owner Patricia Straight to retire. On Sept. 22, the Del Mar Art Center Gallery...

  • Del Mar looks to hire law enforcement manager, security firm

    Del Mar looks to hire law enforcement manager, security firm

    After scrapped ideas, including a Del Mar Police Department, city council members on Sept. 17 cautiously moved forward with a multifaceted approach to help make the city safer. The council approved 3 to 2 — with Council members Terry Sinnott and Dave Druker opposing — to appropriate $135,000 to...

  • City council unanimously approves Streetscape project

    City council unanimously approves Streetscape project

    The City of Del Mar will move forward with plans to revitalize parts of Camino Del Mar after the city council unanimously voted Sept. 17 to approve the city's entire Downtown Streetscape plan. The council was in agreement that it's "past time" for the longtime downtown project — which would bring...

  • SDUHSD classified teachers receive salary boost

    SDUHSD classified teachers receive salary boost

    The San Dieguito Union School District board approved pay raises for all classified employees at its Sept. 13 meeting -- .05 percent salary increases that have already been given to all management and certificated teachers.

  • Council candidates tackle tough questions at Del Mar forum

    Council candidates tackle tough questions at Del Mar forum

    The four candidates for Del Mar City Council faced off in a forum on Thursday, Sept. 13, answering questions from the public on a variety of topics, from affordable housing to short-term rentals to downtown revitalization.

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