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  • Congregation Beth Am is now the first synagogue in San Diego to offer its own infant care. Beth Am leadership, families, the center’s first cuddly babies and Congressman Scott Peters helped celebrate the opening at a ribbon cutting Jan. 15. Denise Neifeld, Beth Am’s preschool director, said she had thought about the moment for a very long time and wanted most to thank the parents.

  • San Diego’s median price on previously owned houses increased 9 percent in 2014, not as dramatic as the 20 percent jump in 2013, but more sustainable and realistic, according to the Greater San Diego Association of Realtors. The median price on single-family houses rose to $495,000, while the median price on condos increased over the year to $325,000, SDAR said.

  • San Diego City Council’s hearing on the One Paseo project in Carmel Valley will not be held on Jan. 27 as had been scheduled. The hearing will likely be re-scheduled for early February.

    According to Mel Millstein, representative for Council President Sherri Lightner, the reason for the delay is that Lightner’s office has received numerous requests to move the meeting from downtown council chambers to the Carmel Valley community.

    Lightner’s staff continues to look at local venues to see if they can find one that meets the city’s regulations for council meetings, according to Millstein.

  • One Paseo

    It appears the San Diego City Council is finally going to make a decision on One Paseo, the mixed-use center proposed for the last big parcel of land remaining in Carmel Valley. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 27, and could be a night meeting to allow more people to attend. In the community plan, the space at Del Mar Heights Road and Carmel Valley Road was slated to be just 510,000 square feet of office space. The City Council will be tasked with deciding on whether to allow Kilroy Realty to build more than what it is entitled to do.

  • Millennials, it turns out, love to live in metros where they can’t afford the housing. And San Diego is right near the top of that list. Millennials, people who are 18 to 34 years old, make up more than 27.1 percent of the population in the San Diego metropolitan region. That’s the third highest among the 100 largest metros, behind only Austin, Texas, and Provo, Utah, both regions with large universities.