Portions of Paseo Delicias parking to be closed for curb painting

San Diego County will be repainting the green curbs on Paseo Delicias on Tuesday, May 8, and Wednesday, May 9. On May 8, the curbs will be painted on the north side of Paseo Delicias and the east side of a couple of cross streets. They will be closed to parking. On May 9, the south side of Paseo and the west side of the other roads will be painted and closed to parking.

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