This Week Nader Sues . .

His P.R. Firm

Are there leaders of Pacific Grove still in favor of this relationship with him? Happens often when Nadir gets involved.

Attorney Chris Cayce, who represents Agha in the lawsuit, said Armanasco used the confidential information, protected by a confidentiality agreement, to help Deep Water Desal essentially copy Agha’s plans for a desal plant in Moss Landing, now known as the People’s Moss Landing Desal Project.

This Week Nader Sues . .

Golf Course Grille Burglars Interrupted

Cops stopped chasing because of reckless driving. Like there is anyone else on the road in P.G. at one in the morning?

between 12:30 and 12:45 a.m. Monday at Point Pinos Grill, and an officer found the suspects’ vehicle while conducting a business check.

The suspects drove off as the patrol car approached, and the officer pursued them but discontinued because of the driver’s extremely reckless driving.

The vehicle was found abandoned on the 600 block of Gibson Avenue, with some property taken from the restaurant in it.

The registered owner was contacted and was unaware the SUV had been stolen

Golf Course Grille Burglars Interrupted

Battle Over A Tree

On Wood street.

The removal plan was appealed by Gibson Avenue residents Saschja and Peter Marseguerra, who say the tree is “a unique and beautiful wonder of nature that we should respect, not kill.”

An arborist hired by a neighboring property owner concluded that removing the tree seemed “the most logical choice,” but said it could be preserved with pruning, support and annual monitoring.

A resident whose home is under the tree, in an email, called upon the city to remove the tree for safety reasons. A couple who live a few homes away wrote that the tree, if deemed truly dangerous, should be removed, but it would be best to save it if possible.

I know, move the tree to the yard where it can be respected.

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Battle Over A Tree

Future Of The Presidio Looks Like The Rest Of Our Military Bases

The Presidio in it’s pre-World War II state
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Cuts are most likely coming to the Presidio of Monterey but no one knows how deep they will be. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Monday announced a plan to cut the Army to its pre-World War II size. He also called for a new round of base closings in 2017.

Rep. Sam Farr, D-Carmel, had yet to release a statement as of Monday night. Several Republicans in Congress spoke out about what they felt were flaws in the plan.

Life was better before Sam the Sham. But what can you do? I thought that the entire military structure should have moved to Fort Ord and put the college at DLI.

Future Of The Presidio Looks Like The Rest Of Our Military Bases

Pacific Grove Gets A Temporary Police Commander

Pacific Grove, what the heck

PGPD Help Wanted

Cassie McSorley, who retired last July from the Salinas department after 30 years in law enforcement, has taken the job on a full-time but temporary basis while Pacific Grove searches for a permanent hire.

Although there are two vacant commander positions in Pacific Grove, Police Chief Vicki Myers plans to convert one of them to a civilian manager position to save money, McSorley said.

The department has been without a commander since Cmdr. John Miller left for a job with another Northern California police agency several weeks ago.

McSorley said she was “very much enjoying” her retirement but wanted to help out. “I thought what the heck, Pacific Grove is a great city.”

Pacific Grove Gets A Temporary Police Commander

Retired Police Brought In To Fill Vacancies

Filling in for cops that left for greener beats. Does no one see the point of being a cop in P.G. is not the same as being a cop in say, Watsonville and notice that it’s a good thing?

Cassie McSorley, who retired last July from the Salinas department after 30 years in law enforcement, has taken the job on a full-time but temporary basis while Pacific Grove searches for a permanent hire.

McSorley said she was “very much enjoying” her retirement but wanted to help out. “I thought what the heck, Pacific Grove is a great city.”

With its beautiful shoreline and a much lower crime rate than Salinas, McSorley said she’s enjoying the change.

Retired Police Brought In To Fill Vacancies

Outsourcing The Golf Course

With the blessings of what puts people in office.

Karl Spackler

The Pacific Grove City Council on Wednesday will again consider leasing the city’s golf course to a private operator, but this time with agreements in hand with two city employee unions.

The council postponed action on the golf course lease, which city officials say will benefit the city’s finances, at its last meeting after the General Employees Association filed a complaint with the Public Employees Relations Board.

Outsourcing The Golf Course

Radioactive Seaweed Sought On Shores

On Feb. 24, marine scientists along the coast — including researchers from Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Hopkins Marine Station, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and UC Santa Cruz — will start collecting giant kelp and testing it for traces of radioactive elements from Fukushima.

The kelp collectors stressed that, even if they do detect Fukushima’s radiation emanating from the kelp, it should not pose a health hazard to humans.

CALL GODZILLA NOW!

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Radioactive Seaweed Sought On Shores

No Cherry's Jubilee This Year

Moe is a sad.

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“Cherry’s Jubilee has been a treasured part of foundation activities for the past 21 years,” according to the letter. “The foundation Board of Governors has determined the event deserves a close examination to measure its future potential for benefiting the mission of the foundation, and the community.”

The foundation will forge on with plans to host the Trail Rides this spring, a Children’s Miracle Network Gourmet Dinner and Gala expected to sell out in March and the Berries and Branches event in the fall, she said.

Ammar acknowledged Cherry’s Jubilee is “a goner” this year, but said the Pacific Grove chamber has the resources to bring it to fruition in the future should the SVMH Foundation opt not to host the event in 2015 and beyond.

No Cherry’s Jubilee This Year