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Levin, Jeffries highlight federal funding for climate and conservation efforts at Del Mar press conference

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Levin, Jeffries highlight federal funding for climate and conservation efforts at Del Mar press conference Click to view images

The congressmen marked the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act

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Solana Beach district removes damaged Torrey pine trees Click to view images

When the Solana Beach School District recently removed seven Torrey pine trees along its office's North Rios Road frontage, the largest tree log was 10 feet long and weighed 10,000 pounds.

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The early results of e-bike diversion programs in North County Click to view images San Diego Sheriff’s Deputy David Drake said the programs have helped with helmet enforcement, but he still sees a lot of passengers on e-bikes that aren’t meant for passengers.
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Planning board rejects proposed El Camino Real stoplight Click to view images

The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board has come out strongly opposed to the newly proposed double-lane traffic signal on El Camino Real at the entrance for Torrey View, a new life-sciences complex currently under construction.

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Arabo appointed to another state board after his court-ordered $248,000 repayment to nonprofit he worked for Click to view images

Gov. Newsom announced last week that Arabo will serve on the board of directors for the 22nd District Agricultural Association, which oversees the Del Mar Fairgrounds

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This week's e-newspaper is now online! DEL MAR TIMES Volume 26, Issue 34 August 24, 2023 www.delmartimes.net LTI Levin, Jeffries highlight federal funding for climate and conservation efforts at Del Mar press conference The congressmen marked the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act Local teens honored for community work Six high school students who attend Torrey Pines and San Dieguito Academy were hannrad at 2 BY LUKE HAROLD U.S. Rep. Mike Levin and House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries held a press conference in Del Mar to mark the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act, highlighting some of the federal funding that has been allocated to coastal communities in North County The Biden administration has been emphasizing the ways that the bill is supposed to help nmunities achieve their climate I e e It also allocated $499,900 for the South Coast Air Quality Monitoring District to improve air monitoring and help reduce local pollutant emissions and exposures, as well as $3 million for the State of California and $1 million for SANDAG to reduce air pollution. The U.S. Department of Energ released a report earlier this month a passage of the Inflation Reduction Act which included the reduction of ons See the online edition of the Aug. 24 issue of the Del Mar Times, Carmel Valley News, Solana Beach Sun.
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Solana Beach district removes damaged Torrey pine trees                                                                                                                                                                                          August 25, 2023 Levin, Jeffries highlight federal funding for climate and conservation efforts at Del Mar press conference Click to view images The congressmen marked the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act SHARE   |  Facebook2-tw.pngREAD MORE ADVERTISEMENT Play for free THUMBA CASINO % Le PURCH:E Joey H. $ 20,382.00 100 oousss JSAND THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-TWO A Solana Beach district removes damaged Torrey pine trees Click to view images When the Solana Beach School District recently removed seven Torrey pine trees along its office's North Rios Road frontage, the largest tree log was 10 feet long and weighed 10,000 pounds. SHARE   |  Facebook2-tw.pngREAD MORE The early results of e-bike diversion programs in North County Click to view images San Diego Sheriff’s Deputy David Drake said the programs have helped with helmet enforcement, but he still sees a lot of passengers on e-bikes that aren’t meant for passengers. SHARE   |  Facebook2-tw.pngREAD MORE ADVERTISEMENT Planning board rejects proposed El Camino Real stoplight Click to view images The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board has come out strongly opposed to the newly proposed double-lane traffic signal on El Camino Real at the entrance for Torrey View, a new life-sciences complex currently under construction. SHARE   |  Facebook2-tw.pngREAD MORE Arabo appointed to another state board after his court-ordered $248,000 repayment to nonprofit he worked for Click to view images Gov. Newsom announced last week that Arabo will serve on the board of directors for the 22nd District Agricultural Association, which oversees the Del Mar Fairgrounds SHARE   |  Facebook2-tw.pngREAD MORE Man pleads guilty to posing as plastic surgeon at Del Mar surgery center i a ,. .:........EE 9 t . A ..g......; E i; 1 T ....,,...:..i :.: G ............;E i : W o i i Dario Moscoso, 70, was charged in 2019 with allegedly consulting female patients at the now-shuttered Del Mar Cosmetic Contouring Surgery Center regarding procedures such as “Brazilian butt lifts” and breast augmentations, despite not being licensed to practice medicine. SHARE   |  Facebook2-tw.pngREAD MORE This week's e-newspaper is now online! DEL MAR TIMES Volume 26, Issue 34 August 24, 2023 www.delmartimes.net LTI Levin, Jeffries highlight federal funding for climate and conservation efforts at Del Mar press conference The congressmen marked the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act Local teens honored for community work Six high school students who attend Torrey Pines and San Dieguito Academy were hannrad at 2 BY LUKE HAROLD U.S. Rep. Mike Levin and House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries held a press conference in Del Mar to mark the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act, highlighting some of the federal funding that has been allocated to coastal communities in North County The Biden administration has been emphasizing the ways that the bill is supposed to help nmunities achieve their climate I e e It also allocated $499,900 for the South Coast Air Quality Monitoring District to improve air monitoring and help reduce local pollutant emissions and exposures, as well as $3 million for the State of California and $1 million for SANDAG to reduce air pollution. The U.S. Department of Energ released a report earlier this month a passage of the Inflation Reduction Act which included the reduction of ons See the online edition of the Aug. 24 issue of the Del Mar Times, Carmel Valley News, Solana Beach Sun. SHARE   |  Facebook2-tw.pngREAD MORE ADVERTISEMENT - N e w A Fantastic Fortune-awaits inFuQianQian! CASINO Thank you for reading the Del Mar Times newsletter. Invite your friends, relatives, coworkers to sign up here. Please click to enable images to see this logo. Copyright © 2023, The San Diego Union-Tribune 600 B Street, Suite 1201, San Diego, California, 92101 858-876-7997 | *Advertisers have no control over editorial decisions or content. We'd love your feedback on this newsletter, please send your thoughts and suggestions here. · · Sign up for more SDUT newsletters · · Do Not Sell My Personal Information . CA Notice of Collection FOLLOW US Divider  Facebook  2-tw.png  Instagram  YouTube
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