City Council candidate Steve Quirk is the identical twin brother of current City Councilmember Dan Quirk, who was elected in 2020 for a four-year term. As it turns out,More
October 28, 2022
Yesterday’s filings by Council candidates revealed startling information about the money behind the three campaigns for City Council. Steve Quirk’s filing revealed that he has injected massive amounts of cash into his own campaign, with minimal support from Del Mar voters.
October 23, 2022
A recent email from Steve Quirk alleges a conflict of interest in the endorsement of Dwight Worden for Del Mar City Council by the Sandpiper because he is “married” to Betty Wheeler, one of seven Sandpiper Editors, and because they provideMore
October 22, 2022
As you fill out your ballots in the coming days, we ask if you really want two Quirks on the City Council. Steve Quirk is the twin brother of Dan Quirk – a current council member.
The importance of Dwight Worden’s role on our City Council cannot be overstated. His leadership style involves respectful listening, resourceful problem-solving, and facilitation of community consensus.More
“My dad’s accomplishments have been well documented; he was certainly admired and was unquestionably my personal hero. He leaves a legacy of devotion to family, friends, and community. He was selfless in so many respects, yet selfish – selfish with his time, selfish in that he only spent time with people and on projects that he valued. I can assure you, if you spent time with my dad personally, socially, professionally, or civically – he valued you, your organization, your issue, your community.”
— from Will’s remarks at a memorial gathering for his father
Joel Holliday (April 14, 1939 – June 28, 2022) was truly a pillar of the Del Mar community. To read more about his remarkable legacy for Del Mar and the broader region: delmarfoundation.org/joelh