While library hours dwindle.
I wonder what the approval % would be like if there was a vote to spend revenues on attracting tourists.
Pacific Grove has an identity crisis, city leaders say. Butterfly Town USA, America’s Last Hometown and other catch phrases have left P.G. with an amorphous identity that fails even to hint at the city’s greatest attraction: its stunning coastline.
The city also has a calendar of quirky civic celebrations such as the Feast of Lanterns and the Good Old Days that make it a hard place to pin down. And that’s made it difficult to market Pacific Grove to tourists, the city contends. A recent study even suggested visitors are not aware of Pacific Grove and the attractions it offers.
Anyway – the best slogan is the truth – “Pacific Grove, For The Newly Wed & The Nearly Dead”