They just might have a party or two. Been doing it since 1926.
In a letter to the county, 22 neighbors mostly from Wranglers Trail wrote to “express our grave concerns” about the expansion proposal’s terrace additions, which they argued were intended to support an outdoor bar and restaurant that would have an “adverse impact” on the adjacent residential areas from noise, activity, lighting and “other visual intrusiveness,” pointing out that Wrangler Trail bedrooms would be in the line of sight from the terrace bar and restaurant.
The neighbors argued in the letter the new terrace facilities would be able to accommodate 80-100 people and would be the eighth dining and beverage venue at the 90-year-old country club, and called it the “single most intrusive such venue on the adjacent residential neighborhood.”
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“Over the past 20 years, we’ve actually seen a fairly steep decline in monarchs,” said Govea, citing data from the Xerces Society, which tracks numbers nationally. “You used to be able to see them in George Washington Park in P.G. but the last time people saw them there was a decade ago.”
As director of exhibits and education for the museum, Govea is more concerned with his home turf. He said the verdict on whether or not it’s a strong year for monarchs on the Monterey Peninsula is still out. That will remain the case until the weekend after Thanksgiving when the Xerces Society does their big count.
“We won’t know until the end of the season when we have the full count,” said Stong. “It’s impossible to say at this time it’ll be a better than average year. It’s just really cool to be seeing them come back for another year and we hope they continue to fill in.”
Monarchs Arriving On Time
Who can afford these apartments? Bet your bustle it’s not the hotel and restaurant workers in New Monterey.
Outzen said from the moment he arrived in Monterey, he wanted to see the bustle of combined residential/commercial use and asked, “Why can’t we do that here?”
“The day I bought it I started planning,” said Outzen about his property that will soon be added to the list of Monterey’s other completed mixed-use projects.
Outzen-Ville Creates Bustle
30 year old Austin Love was arrested on Monday, September 19, after an investigation by Monterey Police Detectives. He’s being charged with several violations including sex with a minor.
Monterey High and the district were notified by a student about a serious and sensitive situation pertaining to an MPUSD employee. The district took swift action and notified Monterey Police Department. Additionally, the District released the probationary employee.
Monterey High Teacher Caught Having Sex With Minor
I’m just having fun with headlines. Another power failure.
The crash knocked out power to the nearby Nob Hill store and required evaluation from officials after fluid leaked onto the ground from the unit which was stationed across from Hopkins Marine Station, the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the bay.
Crash Calls Kilowatts Kaput
Yummy. Seaside waste and Salinas farm run off treated and served up in P.G.
Prep work has already begun on the 7-mile pipeline running from Seaside to Pacific Grove, which is designed to deliver water from the Seaside basin to Peninsula customers as a result of the recycled water project
Pacific Grove Mayor Bill Kampe called the pipeline tangible progress toward providing a new water supply, noting the collaborative efforts that helped overcome initial opposition to recycled water from Peninsula hospitality, Cal Am and even the state Public Utilities Commission. Seaside Mayor Ralph Rubio called the ceremony a historic groundbreaking and “first step toward a water supply solution” for the Peninsula.
Tell Seaside To Flush Twice For Kampe