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Coastal Commission to consider full winter closure of Children’s Pool at Aug. 14 hearing in San Diego

People view harbor seals at Children’s Pool Dec. 30. The planning commission rejected a plan last month that would close the beach to humans during the seals’ five-month pupping season (Dec. 15-May 15).  Pat Sherman

The hearing will be at 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 14 at the Catamaran Resort, 3999 Mission Blvd. in Pacific Beach.

La Jolla’s state Assembly rep staff to field questions July 31 at Riford Library

State Assemblymember Toni Atkins (D-78) poses during a visit to WindanSea beach in La Jolla. Atkins represents San Diego County’s coastal communities, from Imperial Beach north to Del Mar, including La Jolla. Courtesy Photo

Toni Atkins represents San Diego County’s coastal communities, including La Jolla.

Large tree limb falls at La Jolla Rec Center, hits two cars

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The limb landed on the hood of one car and rear bumper of another, causing only minor damage.

Shake It Up! Skateboarder Tony Hawk assists at milkshake shop opening in La Jolla

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The new ShakeAway milkshake bar — which opened its first U.S. location at 723 Pearl St. in La Jolla July 18 — is really shaking things up.

La Jolla’s Development Permit Review group considers array of housing projects

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The David Copley Trust is seeking divide the late newspaperman’s “Foxhole” estate at Virginia Way and Ivanhoe Avenue in half.

Attorney: La Jolla breached fireworks agreement

La Jolla Cove is a popular spot to watch La Jolla's Independence Day fireworks. Photo by Greg Wiest

Fireworks legal representatives say Coast Law’s claim “misrepresents the facts and misreads the settlement agreement.”

Mmm Mmm Good! Hundreds gather for annual Kiwanis Club of La Jolla pancake breakfast

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Kiwanis Club of La Jolla’s 51st annual pancake breakfast July 19, 2014 at La Jolla Recreation Center fed and entertained more than 900 attendees. Noting that the primary purpose of the party is for the community to come out and have a good time, event organizers proclaimed the event a success — especially for the kids under age 10 who can eat for free.

La Jollans behind off-leash hours for dogs want residents’ feedback

Supporters in favor of an off-leash area for dogs in la Jolla during early morning hours hope to find a compromise to allow their pups to play legally. Courtesy

With the goal of finding a solution amenable to as many people as possible, a group of dog-owning La Jollans is gathering fellow residents’ responses to a proposal to allow off-leash hours for dogs on a La Jolla beach.

Revisions ahead for La Jolla Shores kayak contracts

How a kayak company operates, including equipment staging and storage in La Jolla Shores, is determined by an evolving Request for Proposal. Ashley Mackin

At the July 9 La Jolla Shores Association meeting, Lifeguard Lt. Rich Stropky said the kayak business contract is rewritten every few years to accommodate changing needs of both the community and the kayak operators, and now is the time for public comment on any related issues.

Who you gonna call? Call Sherri! Speaking at La Jolla Community Center, councilmember invites calls to her office

Sherri Lightner answers questions from constituents at the La Jolla Community Center. Ashley Mackin

“I want people to say ‘You know, when Sherri was in office, we could call her office and get something fixed.’ There are other things I want to get done as well, but I want to be remembered for the community service aspect of my office.”

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