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  • La Jolla Shores board stands by dockless bike ban

    La Jolla Shores board stands by dockless bike ban

    Rather than sign on to a community resolution seeking regulation of the dockless bikes that have sprung up around San Diego, the La Jolla Shores Association is standing by their request for a full-out ban. And they are not the only groups exploring a ban of some time.

  • Monthly Community Healing Clinic comes to La Jolla

    Monthly Community Healing Clinic comes to La Jolla

    A sunny Sunday afternoon in La Jolla on May 6, provided the perfect backdrop for the first free monthly Community Healing Clinic at La Jolla Community Center, at which practitioners presented the meditation-based healing practice known as Sat Nam Rasayan. The clinic — which will return 3-5 p.m.,...

  • Black Halibut project revisited, slated for La Jolla Planners re-vote

    Black Halibut project revisited, slated for La Jolla Planners re-vote

    Although it was already approved during the La Jolla Community Planning Association’s (LJCPA) April meeting, the Black Halibut project for La Jolla Shores will be heard once again in June. The board re-examined the accuracy of the renderings and heard from the applicant during its May 3 meeting,...

  • Last call for comments on La Jolla's Scripps Park restroom replacement project

    Last call for comments on La Jolla's Scripps Park restroom replacement project

    The City of San Diego Development Services Department has prepared a draft Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) report for the Scripps Park Pavilion (restroom facility) project, and is collecting public comments regarding the adequacy of the document until May 21. The City’s name for this project...

  • Shining Stars: La Jolla teachers lauded at local ceremony

    Shining Stars: La Jolla teachers lauded at local ceremony

    They are: Michael Naylor of La Jolla Elementary School, Lisa Kluch of Torrey Pines Elementary School, Tara Barber of Bird Rock Elementary School, Tanya Nielsen of Muirlands Middle School and Melanie Saddler of La Jolla High School.

  • La Jolla Planners ask City to lower Black’s Overlook fence

    La Jolla Planners ask City to lower Black’s Overlook fence

    Against the recommendation of lifeguards and City engineers, the La Jolla Community Planning Association (LJCPA) during its May 3 meeting, voted to send a letter asking the City to lower the height of a fence at the edge of the Black’s Overlook. The chain-link fence currently stands at just under...

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