Pick a fight with the Favaloros, eh? That’s what they like. According to the newz, the fence must be bolted permanently to the sidewalk due to liquor rules. So is it a cafe or a bar?
City Manager Tom Frutchey told News Channel 5 the city authorized the business to build temporary, movable fencing, but not permanent. Otherwise, he said Cafe Ariana is making public property, private.
On Friday, the city made a visit to the business and said it would help take down the fencing. The city told News Channel 5 it would be willing to weld steel bars to the bottom of the fence so that it’s movable.
Favaloro said she’s ready to close her business of nearly 21 years because the city went back on its word
Please. Leave. Don’t forget to give back the sidewalk you fenced off.
Favaloros Might Just Take Their Fence And Go
Also see the video segment with the owner’s dramatics.
Be careful. This driver looked to be a local. License # 8P96264
Pacific Grove Is Such A Pedestrian Friendly Town
A little. Bigger story is that they are getting away with not paying their fair share of tax. Then the tax collector uses the ‘no resources” excuse to not go after them.
I offer my plan. Have the parking enforcement department search the web and collect addresses since they are not enforcing parking anyway. Then impose a yearly flat tax based on number of rooms the house has. Should get enough revenue to hire someone at the tax collection office to actually collect taxes.
Pacific Grove inn owner Amrish Patel said the lack of regulation on sales tax for these rentals can create an unfair advantage.
“It’s not fair that we’re being taxed and they’re not,” Patel said. “But I don’t know how you can enforce that.”
The city of Pacific Grove prohibits renting out private rooms, but does allow homeowners to rent out their whole house if they get a transient use license. KSBW searched for rentals in the Pacific Grove area and found more than 150 renters listing private bedrooms for rent.
Monterey County tax collector Mary Zeeb said neighbors call in to report illegal renting but that her staff does not have the time or resources to check whether each renter paid sales tax on the revenue.
And what kind of P.G. homeowner would be opening up their house for profits with no overhead cost?
Sustainakook Joy Colon-Jello for starters
Internet Room Rentals Hurting Local Motels?
In addition to jail and probation, Robert Gunn was also sentenced to 300 hours of community service and ordered to pay more than $10,000 in fines, according to the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office.
The 69-year-old employer claimed to have just gotten insurance but said he didn’t have it at the time of the injury. He also said he was in the process of registering with the Employment Development Department.
Sure he was.
A Year In Jail For Contractor
So much that Moe is offering thirty bucks if you get a ticket. What next? Moe should offer free car washes if the gulls poop on your car.
And no matter what the parking enforcement is I see that the 300 block of Fountain remains as all day employee parking.
So why the spike in May then? Police said they started sending officers out part-time more that month — mostly in response to complaints from businesses.
Between the two parking enforcement officers, they usually issue anywhere between four and 600 citations per month — for an average of about 6,000 citations per year.
And if that two-hour window isn’t enough for you to do your dining and shopping and you wind up with a parking ticket, Ammar has a solution.
“What we typically do is offer 30 dollars — the cost of a citation — for dinner or lunch anywhere in downtown Pacific Grove,” he said.
Those offers are made on a case by case basis — with proof of your receipt.
Is Parking A Real Problem In P.G?
So is is a Cafe or is it a bar? The drama goes on about the loss of the sidewalk in front of Cafe Ariana.
In order to serve alcohol, some type of enclosure is required by the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control. The owners at Cafe Ariana feel the rug is being pulled out from underneath them.
“I think its kind of sad that there’s opposition to this because Pacific Grove has always been a sleepy town and I know we’ve been here for almost 21 years and it hasn’t been getting easier,” Favaloro said.
Favaloro Fences In The Tables So You Can Be Under The Table
Says the S.S. even though their own graphic shows that the P.G. shoreline is not in the restricted zone.
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Superintendent Paul Michel, who yesterday issued a press release warning that unmanned aircraft systems—aka quadcopters or aerial drones—are regulated, and in some places banned, above sanctuary waters.
Low-flying planes over the beaches and ocean, piloted or not, can scare marine wildlife such as seals, sea otters, seabirds and shorebirds, Michel writes.
Even outside those areas, he adds, it’s illegal to harass marine animals, turtles and birds. In various direct and indirect ways, the presence of drones can stress and even kill wildlife.
Would Thom Akemans’s presence frighten the mammals? Will they ban him too?
No Drones Over Hopkins
First it was just rouge bicyclists, murderous attackers, robbers and stabbings, now we have pipe bombs to contend with,
The Monterey County sheriff’s bomb squad detonated a suspected pipe bomb Tuesday night after the device was found at the side of a popular trail, police said.
The bomb squad was alerted after officers went to the bike trail along Ocean View Boulevard near 10th Street and Berwick Park about 7 p.m. to check out the device.
The bomb squad used a remote control robot to secure the device and to fire an explosive charge that destroyed it. There was explosive material in the device, McSorley said.
Pipe Bomb On Recreation Trail
Gulls need lots of food to produce the bird poo they leave.
Atop the noodle house
Sidewalk N/E Corner Lighthouse and Forest
Thanks to fine businesses downtown the gulls get free access to yummy sustenance.
Juice & Java never fails to leave the garbage open
And Nader Agha’s Holman Building welcomes the birds too.
Remember to wash your hands after visiting
It was agreed that it would be in the area called “The Dust Bowl” behind E wing.
And the then Dean Of Students favored it, believing that then (and now) Governor Brown would approve.
(Pacific Grove Tribune – 1/16/1975)
Debate Of The 70s – Smokers Area At P.G. High