La Jolla Shores outdoor dining extended as group looks to make program permanent

December 30, 2021

The La Jolla Shores Association has secured an extension to the program that allows for outdoor dining on one block of Avenida de la Playa until July 13, 2022. Unlike other outdoor dining throughout La Jolla, the program is different because it requires one block of the street to be closed. The permit required […]

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La Jolla resident highlighted for her work as a foster youth advocate

December 28, 2021

Local La Jolla resident Kim Lee advocates for foster youth throughout San Diego County, working in a system she says is broken but “not hopeless.” Since 2015, Lee has been volunteering as a court-appointed special advocate (CASA) for Voices for Children, a San Diego organization that helps local foster children by connecting them with needed […]

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Local Group Seeks a More Equitable Ban on Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers

December 13, 2021

A group of San Diego residents says it is making progress toward banning gas-powered leaf blowers across the county. The group, San Diegans for Sustainable, Equitable & Quiet Equipment in Landscaping (SD-SEQUEL), was formed in May and is led by La Jolla resident Carolyn Marsden and Sierra Club representative Ron Askeland, the La Jolla Light […]

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