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The ‘closed’ signs and plastic barrier have been removed, but signs remain urging visitors to keep their distance from sea lions and cautioning that wild animals can bite.
The La Jolla Development Permit Review Committee approved a slope stabilization project for the Muirlands area and the replacement of wireless communications technology in the La Jolla Alta area during its Sept. 14 meeting online.
For La Jolla High School senior Kiana Wurtz, playing volleyball is a family affair — whether it’s with her biological family, school family or beach family.
A different proposal is to reconfigure District 1 by incorporating UC San Diego and Carmel Valley into District 6.
The San Diego Association of Governments and the California Department of Transportation are seeking public input on a proposal to improve transportation options along an area known as the Coast, Canyons and Trails Corridor.
Annette McElhiney is a living beacon of hope.
La Jolla Community Planning Association had already authorized an appeal in anticipation of the Planning Commission’s decision.
‘Artists and scientists both reach into the ether in different ways to come up with something that has never been done before,’ says the curator of ‘Trifecta: Art, Science, Patron.’
Representative of the La Jolla Community Planning Association, which had suggested changes, says the proposal needs more community review.
Plans to convert the Piano Building in Bird Rock to a restaurant are making headway, the architect behind the project told the Bird Rock Community Council during its Sept. 7 meeting online.
After playing a shortened schedule last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, La Jolla’s boys high school water polo teams are looking forward to tournaments and taking on new opponents this season.
Though it’s common for the La Jolla Community Planning Association to appeal a decision when the city of San Diego’s findings conflict with its own, it is uncommon for an applicant whose project was appealed to come forward and defend it.