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At least two Olivetas Street residents are concerned with some planned slurry work set to take place this summer and are calling into question whether the black surface material is the best way to go for repairs to coastal streets.
When the return bells ring for San Diego’s public schools on Monday, Aug. 26, La Jolla students can expect changes to their campuses, school staff and programs.
In its continued quest to maintain safety throughout the Kellogg Park parking lot at night, the La Jolla Shores Association (LJSA) is considering new measures to teach those who park there after 10 p.m. a lesson: placing short cement bollards between the parking lot and Kellogg Park.
Three weeks ago, the La Valencia hotel welcomed Timothy Ralphs as its new executive chef.