Who Wants Layoffs And Sizzle?

Fruit-Cheese and Kurt “Lorem ipsum” That’s who

Frutchey said the city must continue to transform its business practices with private-sector service contracts, shared services with other agencies, and fewer full-time employees in the state Public Employees Retirement System.

On a related matter, the city’s economic development manager recommends that Pacific Grove follow the lead of such cities as Escondido and Hercules to put more sizzle in the downtown district economy.

Who Wants Layoffs And Sizzle?

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  1. There was a time when Pacific Grove truly was “The Last Hometown” — a time when areas like Del Monte Park and New Monterey wanted to become a part of Pacific Grove. Sadly, those days are gone. Pacific Grove has become a contract city and now the City Manager is talking about selling what little remains of the City — its parks and public buildings.

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