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When it came to establishing the latest in the Little Free Libraries scattered across La Jolla, Brian Bigley, Marko Barron and Bo Fellows set out to create something to encourage literacy, generate a new “life cycle” for books and pay homage to a long-gone but beloved La Jolla bookstore.
With California dropping its COVID-19 tier system and most mask requirements, many local businesses and organizations say guests won’t have to mask up but some pandemic practices will remain for now.
Upgrades will include pool and deck resurfacing, a new shaded cabana, improved storage and an expanded spa.
With a renewed interest in the surrounding view corridor, the La Jolla Development Permit Review Committee focused much of its June 8 meeting on a planned development in the La Jolla Farms area before approving the requested permits.
To address the daunting task of reducing the flow of plastic into the ocean, UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Rady School of Management named a winner of the inaugural Ocean Plastic Pollution Challenge during an online ceremony June 8.
The La Jolla Village Merchants Association held its first in-person meeting in 15 months June 9 in the open-air courtyard of the Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center.
To celebrate the state’s planned lifting of COVID-19-related restrictions and the 39 businesses that have opened in The Village since the start of the pandemic, the La Jolla Village Merchants Association will hold a giant ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, June 15, with festivities starting at 4 p.m.
The La Jolla Community Planning Association dedicated more than an hour of its June 3 meeting to a controversial housing bill making its way up the state legislative chain and eventually decided to resist it.
San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria launched a “Parks for All of Us” initiative on June 2, which includes a new draft update of the long-debated city of San Diego Parks Master Plan, which is expected to go before the City Council for consideration in coming months.
If there is anyone who has made the most of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s The Bishop’s School golfer Michael Behr.
The La Jolla Community Planning Association voted against the findings of its Development Permit Review subcommittee on a project that would overlook La Jolla Heights Natural Park in the Country Club neighborhood during its June 3 meeting.
The Lyme disease awareness month of May might have come and gone, but for the local families affected by Lyme disease, the hope is that there would be consciousness of it from June to April as well.