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This update covers the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority’s (SDCRAA) release of its recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) on Sept. 19, 2019 which addresses the proposed $3 billion Airport Development Project (ADP) and its impact on commercial jet noise.
Before our time in La Jolla, we heard how great Burns Drugs used to be. Then we’d ask why, and the answer was always — when you walked into Burns Drugs, you met someone who knew you. They knew about your daughter and her latest bout with bronchitis. They knew about your Aunt Ida and the photos she needed developed of her daughter’s wedding. You got taken care of by your friend. The owner. A fellow La Jollan.
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.
Almost a decade after La Jolla lost its beloved Windemere Cottage, the San Diego City Council voted to pave the way for a new property to be built in its place at 1328 Virginia Way.
In a quiet, respectful moment on a beautiful day in La Jolla, the two-year saga of the bedrock mortar (aka metate) that was taken from La Jolla ended: The Native American milling stone was returned to its home in Cuvier Park on Oct. 1.
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Although the Holiday Festival component of the La Jolla Christmas Parade moved from the La Jolla Rec Center to the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library in 2018, the La Jolla Recreation Advisory Group (LJRAG) would still like to have a role in the festivities, as discussed at its Sept. 25 meeting at the Rec Center.
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