Weekly Update, September 6th
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By Jennifer Van Grove, Brittany Meiling, and Karen Pearlman via San Diego Union-Tribune
The latest step in reopening California puts caution ahead of capitalism. Per Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders some “low-risk” retail businesses can reopen, but only for curbside pickup. And there is a long list of rules they must follow to keep customers and employees safe. Although low-risk retail hasn’t been clearly defined by the state, the governor has used bookstores, music stores, toy shops and florists as examples.
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Now Open in the Del Mar Highlands Town Center!
DIESEL booksellers with our first customer!
Readers rejoice: A book store is returning to Del Mar Highlands Town Center with DIESEL, A Bookstore.
It’s been five years since Barnes & Noble closed after 21 years when the center renovations began, a heartbreaker for both the community and the center owner. Donahue Schriber Realty Group pledged to bring back a book store when the expansion was complete and they are delivering on that promise with DIESEL, a longtime California indie book store that also has a location in Brentwood.
“A bookstore has been the number one request from our customers for a number of years. We are thrilled to have a long-established independent bookstore join the center”, said Patrick Donahue, chairman and CEO of Donahue Schriber Realty Group. “Diesel’s new Del Mar Highlands location will be a great addition to the community.”
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Del Mar Highlands Town Center,
12843 El Camino Real, Suite 104
San Diego, CA 92130
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