Solana Beach City Council Explores New Options for Electricity – NBC 7 San Diego


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Solana Beach City Council Explores New Options for Electricity
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The City of Solana Beach moved forward this week with a plan to buy its own electricity, instead of relying on the local power company. The city council is exploring a program called Community Choice Aggregation which gives cities a choice on where
Solana Beach to become first San Diego city to launch community choice energy planKUSI

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Solana Beach to feel effects of Del Mar resort – The San Diego Union-Tribune


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Solana Beach to feel effects of Del Mar resort
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Del Mar will get the high-paying guests and their tax revenue, while Solana Beach will get the traffic, noise and other drawbacks from a 16-acre bluff-top resort proposed just north of Dog Beach at the mouth of the San Dieguito River. That's the

Solana Beach could spend thousands to keep red light cameras – 10News


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Solana Beach could spend thousands to keep red light cameras
10News
Solana Beach has three red light cameras along Lomas Santa Fe Drive — one at Highway 101 and two others at Solana Hills Drive, near a mall and elementary school. The city's contract with Redflex Traffic System needs to be renewed to keep them running, …

Solana Beach council votes to extend red-light camera contract – Del Mar Times


Del Mar Times
Solana Beach council votes to extend red-light camera contract
Del Mar Times
Red-light cameras will remain in place at three locations in Solana Beach for as long as eight more years, under action taken by the City Council at its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12. An item that authorizes the city manager to extend the contract with

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Red-light camera program extended in Solana Beach – Coast News


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Red-light camera program extended in Solana Beach
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Red-light cameras on Lomas Santa Fe at Coast Highway 101 and Solana Hills Drive could remain in Solana Beach for another eight years. The city is one of the few in San Diego that still relies on the system. Statewide since 1997, 20 of 23 cities

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Solana Beach bucks trend by keeping red light cameras – The San Diego Union-Tribune


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Solana Beach bucks trend by keeping red light cameras
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Bucking a trend among North County cities, Solana Beach last week approved a five-year extension of its contract for red-light camera enforcement. Several San Diego County cities, including Oceanside and Vista, have terminated their red-light camera …

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Solana Beach City Council Votes to Keep Red Light Cameras – NBC 7 San Diego


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Solana Beach City Council Votes to Keep Red Light Cameras
NBC 7 San Diego
City leaders have voted to keep the red light cameras in Solana Beach. Data shows car accidents have decreased significantly once cameras were implemented at certain intersections. NBC 7's Mackenzie Maynard has more. (Published Tuesday, Sept.

Hall Private Wealth values integrity, putting clients' interests first – Del Mar Times


Del Mar Times
Hall Private Wealth values integrity, putting clients' interests first
Del Mar Times
Since opening in April 2016 in Solana Beach, Hall Private Wealth Advisors has become a local leader in the wealth management industry, offering a range of asset management, financial planning and business consulting services. “The practice has grown …

Solana Beach Fund grant ceremony – Del Mar Times


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Solana Beach Fund grant ceremony
Del Mar Times
A Solana Beach Fund grant ceremony took place Sept. 12 at the Aaron Chang Gallery in Solana Beach. The Solana Beach Fund was started in 2014 to address local needs and build philanthropy to benefit Solana Beach. It's managed by the Coastal …

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San Diego cities should keep red light cameras – The San Diego Union-Tribune


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San Diego cities should keep red light cameras
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Regarding “Solana Beach renews red light camera contract” (Sept. 17): At least one city in the county has not lost its way regarding red light cameras. Instead of bowing to complaints of drivers (most likely perps captured on cameras) or out-of-towners

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