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Crews were on site in Scripps Park early Tuesday morning, Oct. 29 to replace the rumored “Lorax Tree” with three new Monterey cypress trees.
For the next year-and-a-half, those looking for regular updates on the Scripps Park restroom replacement project can turn to the La Jolla Parks & Beaches (LJP&B) advisory group meetings.
About a year ago, resident Diane Kane was at the Children’s Pool to take photos of La Jolla’s 1931 landmark, as part of the nomination process to have it listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In recent weeks and months, La Jolla Light has received several voicemails, e-mails and forwarded posts from nextdoor.com from local residents about a perceived increase in the presence of rats in La Jolla.
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After garnering a nearly unanimous approval vote from La Jolla’s Development Permit Review (DPR) sub-committee in August, architect Tim Golba’s Stupin Residence project was also approved near unamity at the La Jolla Community Planning Association’s (LJCPA) Oct. 3 meeting at the Rec Center.
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