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THE BRUSH-OFF: Are La Jollans ignoring canyon fire code?

Wildfire danger continues to threaten La Jolla’s canyons, as it does many other areas across Southern California. But preventing devastating wildfires such as last year’s Camp Fire — the worst in California history, which killed 86 people and destroyed nearly 14,000 Butte County residences — requires,...

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  • LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS

    LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS

    Your name on a Conrad seat Seats at The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center are also for sale ... in a different way. The La Jolla Music Society (LJMS) is selling the naming rights to plaques that will adorn the arms of all 513 chairs in the Baker-Baum Concert Hall. These rights are not permanent,...

  • La Jolla Traffic moving quickly again, passes 6 motions

    La Jolla Traffic moving quickly again, passes 6 motions

    The La Jolla Traffic & Transportation (T&T) board passed six motions during its Wednesday, Jan. 16 meeting at the Rec Center, and one was clearly a crowd favorite. Resident Diane Wall’s request to add yellow blinking lights to all four pedestrian crossings at Fay Avenue and Genter Street — an intersection...

  • La Jolla developers set precedent, issuing findings with no applicant or rep present

    La Jolla developers set precedent, issuing findings with no applicant or rep present

    Nothing less than the worth of the community-input process itself was reviewed at the Jan. 15 La Jolla Development Permit Review Committee (DPR) meeting at the Rec Center. During the meeting, DPR voted unanimously against a Coastal Development Permit (CDP) and Site Development Permit (SDP) for...

  • Museum demolishes Shepherd house

    Museum demolishes Shepherd house

    Built in the 1940s by noted architect Thomas Shepherd for former stage actress Alma Skinner — and visited in the early ‘80s by Oscar-winning actor Marlon Brando — the house at 636 Prospect St. was demolished recently as part of the latest expansion of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego,

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    LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS

    City Council approves UCSD fire station As expected, the San Diego City Council approved construction of the first on-campus fire station at UC San Diego. Slated for the intersection of North Torrey Pines Road and Northpoint Driveway, the 10,500-square-foot facility will serve students, faculty,...

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