Bird Rock aglow with support for streetlights project

The community turns out in full force to support the culmination of the La Jolla Boulevard street lighting project in Bird Rock on Jan. 13. Pearl Preis


The Bird Rock Community Council hosted a dedication for the La Jolla Boulevard streetlights venture at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 13 in front of Bird Rock Coffee Roasters. The community also gathered to honor the late George Sutton, who spearheaded the project. Sutton served as a board member on La Jolla’s Traffic & Transportation Committee since 2006 and was secretary and vice president of the community council (2007-2008). He died after a tragic accident in San Diego on June 1, 2011.

Former Bird Rock Community Council President Joe Parker and BRCC President Jacqueline Bell present a plaque to George Sutton's widow, Ruth, and his two sons, Ryan and Colin. Photos by Pearl Preis

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