For a second time, the city of San Diego power-washed chalk drawings off the La Jolla Bike Path in response to complaints that the drawings, which carried messages in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, were offensive.
A group of residents raised discussion of a possible traffic circle at an intersection in Lower Hermosa during the La Jolla Traffic & Transportation Board’s Sept. 16 meeting, with action potentially to be taken later.
After a lengthy discussion that began the day before, University of California regents said Sept. 17 that they were delaying a decision on approving the UC San Diego Theatre District Living and Learning Neighborhood until UCSD brings clearer financial projections to a future regents meeting.
UC San Diego Health is one of a dozen health systems worldwide that have formed a research consortium for doctors, researchers, patients and the general public to submit questions that could be answered by COVID-19 patient medical record data from 200-plus hospitals.
The city of San Diego says none of the ideas proposed recently to ease traffic at the La Jolla intersection known as “The Throat” is feasible, leading the La Jolla Traffic & Transportation Board to again seek a comprehensive study of the area.