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Staying in touch with friends after high school isn’t always easy, but for one of Point Loma and Ocean Beach’s most tight-knit group of friends, they remain as united today as they were 25 years ago, bonded by memories, a passion for skateboarding, artistic and musical interests and the camaraderie developed through life’s ups and downs.
Point Loma and Ocean Beach public schools are making plans to reopen their campuses following the months-long closure and distance learning forced by the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Ocean Beach Town Council hosted Geneviéve Jones-Wright, executive director and co-founder of Community Advocates for Just and Moral Governance, or MoGo, to discuss San Diego’s criminal and social justice systems during the Town Council’s meeting June 24.
After some two months of figuring out at-home hair care and watching how-to videos on YouTube, San Diego County residents are able to return to salons and barbershops under government health and safety guidelines resulting from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Despite being unable to hold a traditional commencement ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic, Point Loma High School honored the graduating Class of 2020 with a virtual celebration on its website June 9 — the date the ceremony would have taken place.
Many places of worship threw open their doors to welcome back their congregations and guests after last month’s release of new state safety guidelines for reopening.
Expressing concerns with parts of the Complete Communities program drafted by the city of San Diego, the Ocean Beach Planning Board voted to propose changes.
A proposal to place a measure on the November ballot to remove the 30-foot building height limit in the Midway-Pacific Highway community has passed the first couple of steps of the approval process and is on its way to the San Diego City Council.
The reopening of local businesses and other establishments as closures and restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic are eased was a major topic of discussion at the Ocean Beach Town Council’s monthly meeting.