At the La Jolla Shores Association (LJSA) monthly meeting Feb. 12, lifeguard Ben Lewis updated the board on measures being taken to improve visibility at the new Shores lifeguard tower, which, during certain times of day, has distorted views that complicate the jobs of lifeguards stationed there.
Internationally acclaimed floral designer and stylist, Eddie Zaratsian, will be the featured speaker at the seventh annual Meet the Masters event, presented by The Village Garden Club of La Jolla.
Judy Adams Halter, inspired by the efforts of La Jolla Shores resident Mary Coakley- Munk and her improvements to the Kellogg Park north comfort station, announced that she wants to replace the dilapidated restroom at Scripps Park in like manner.
San Diego CoastKeeper and Wildcoast are teaming up to host a Marine Protected Area (MPA) Watch volunteer program on Feb. 8 in La Jolla.
In an effort to come to a resolution regarding The Map project, representatives from Friends of La Jolla Shores and contractors T.B. Penick have met several times in the last six months, and the overall tone is positive.
Jan 25, 2014 | Posted in La Jolla
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If you are among the La Jolla residents who want street sweeping along your avenue, take a lesson from Edward Nigolian, who shares the following story.
The Sewer and Water Group 809 Project and Infrastructure Replacement Project began along Avenida de la Playa in La Jolla Shores Dec. 9, so engineers and contractors overseeing the projects provided a question-and-answer session at the Dec. 11 La Jolla Shores Association (LJSA) meeting.
The Children’s Pool Walk project overcame a huge finance hurdle last week thanks to a $200,000 donation to fund the project by La Jollan Tom Morgan. Organizers now have just over $250,000 with which to widen the walkway to a minimum of eight feet, add an overlook at the gazebo, build new seating, and replace old planters with new ones to cover crumbling walls, using historically accurate plants and fences.
As the first day of harbor seal pupping season approaches (Dec. 15), so does a decision by the San Diego City Planning Commission regarding the seasonal closure of Children’s Pool (aka Casa Beach) during the pupping season.
“These guys were exploring our shorelines before anyone (else) went below the waves.” –Ryan Sweeney, San Diego Freedivers