Pets will be banned from the tot lot and south lawn at Powerhouse Park, the city’s teen curfew will be moved up an hour to 10 p.m. and beach and park visitors will no longer be allowed to use charcoal grills under three ordinances approved by the Del Mar City Council on Monday, May 20.
The annual Community Memorial Day Service will be held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Del Mar, on Monday, May 27, at 11 a.m. After a traditional service of hymns and prayer, there will be a Memorial Roll Call, during which names of deceased members of the armed services will be read. The service will conclude with Taps.
Every potential home buyer has to stop for at least a moment and consider this question. Today, we want to look at one of the many financial reasons to buy instead of rent: the housing expense moving forward.
In a bid to help struggling businesses in Del Mar’s downtown village area, the Del Mar City Council on Monday, May 6, voted to establish a new advisory committee to come up with ideas to make the city more business friendly. The council voted unanimously, with members Sherryl Parks and Don Mosier absent, to approve the formation of an 11-member committee that would be composed of representatives of different types of businesses and property owners.