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Railroad tracks essential to protecting region’s economy and national defense interests, officials say
With the goal of facing “the realities of the next 100 years,” Assemblywoman Tasha Boerner Horvath held a meeting of the Select Committee on Sea Level Rise and the California Economy at Encinitas City Hall Dec. 3.
Following heavy rains, a section of the Del Mar bluffs collapsed sometime around Friday morning, Nov. 29, within feet of the train tracks that regularly carry passengers between Los Angeles and San Diego.
Furthering its mission of “creating the political will for a livable world,” local members of the nonprofit Citizens’ Climate Lobby recently visited Capitol Hill in support of a bill that would add a fee for fossil fuel usage with the goal of reducing emissions.
On the day that it had to cancel its Thanksgiving Thursday racing card due to predicted storms, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club took a semantical stab at looking on the bright side.
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With its lavish meals, candies and other treats, the holiday season presents a potentially high health risk for pets if they have easy access to foods they’re not supposed to eat.
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