The renovation area, bordered by La Salle and Broadway avenues and Del Monte and Fremont boulevards, will get updated roads, new light fixtures, a repaved central access street and new curbs and gutters.
City officials said Seaside receives about $3 million in tax revenue from the auto mall each year. That represents 60 percent of the city’s total annual sales-tax revenue and more than 20 percent of the city’s general fund revenue.
Maybe Seaside should pay Monterey a fee for every car sold What’s with the dealerships calling themselves “Monterey . . .” and being in Seaside?
Some dealerships skirt around the ID by using “Monterey Peninsula” in the name. Look at a map, Seaside is not on the peninsula.
Some don’t hide behind the Peninsula name and brazenly just say “Monterey”
“Monterey” Rover’s spare tires are even more visible
The Cardinale dealerships proudly display the town they are in:
As does BMW
Porsche used to represent Seaside
Guess they could sell enough boxters being in da ‘hood. They have followed the crowd now:
The odd lot out is Chevy – never mind the location, put the owner’s name everywhere