I remember it as Co Op Foods before it was a Nob Hill.
Andronico’s is a specialty market operated by Safeway with unique offerings that may not be found at regular Safeway stores…
…Anderson previously said the store was first built and opened in 1960 as Purity Supermarket before becoming a Nob Hill Foods some years late.
And under Stupid Things Moe Ammar Says:
“New Monterey and Pacific Grove residents will have access to a very unique shopping experience that is not available on the Peninsula,” said Ammar, who also noted the store’s convenient location, close to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. “Aquarium visitors, staff and volunteers can walk a block and do not have to drive to Whole Foods at the mall.”
Drive to Whole Foods? When there’s a Safeway, Trader Joe’s, Lucky and high priced Grove Market close by?
Andronico’s Opening Soon
By taking parking spaces away. Sounds about as legit as any other government project.
Work began this week on a project that’s designed to improve traffic flow and safety in the city’s biggest and one of its most used parking lots. The reorientation will reduce spaces from 479 to 462
Wharf Parking Lot Improves
So-called Monterey Bay Community Power creates jobs elsewhere for substainable electricity that is still not enough to keep the lights on.
Monterey Bay Community Power’s recent signing of two long-term solar renewable energy project development agreements, in partnership with Silicon Valley Clean power, has helped the state’s community choice aggregators surpass a significant milestone, even as they deal with the fallout from a California Public Utilities Commission decision on so-called “exit fees.”
The local agency’s power purchase agreements with two solar projects to be built in Kern and Kings counties pushed the state’s community choice aggregators over 2,000 megawatts in long-term contracts with renewable energy facilities, more than double last year’s total.
Alternate Power Company Buys Into Solar Scams
Store was “Corner Market” in Salinas.
Kim Hui Young, 68, of Salinas, and her employee, Seong Uk Kang, 56, of Pacific Grove, paid $100,000 in restitution to the Department of Social Services for their participation in illegal food stamp trafficking.
Young and Kang defrauded the program out of thousands of dollars of illegal redemptions by allowing benefit recipients to exchange their CalFresh benefits for cash and other ineligible items.
Seong Uk Kang Of P.G. Defrauded Food Stamp Program
Because of “poor air quality”. Them runners exhaling to much CO2, I reckon.
Due to the rapidly declining air quality situation in the Monterey Bay area, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the Monterey Bay Half Marathon scheduled for tomorrow, November 11, 2018. For the last several hours, we have been monitoring weather outlets and tracking wind patterns in our area. This morning, during our 3K and 5K events, air quality was deemed “moderate” and safe for outdoor activity. Saturday afternoon, however, the wind shifted dramatically, blowing smoke from the northeast directly onto our peninsula. Weather maps forecast that air quality in our area will remain in the “unhealthy” to “very unhealthy” area into Sunday afternoon
Not In Big Sur Half Fast Marathon Shut Down
Ballot measure to keep mini hotels out of residential neighborhoods passes
“Our City Council stopped paying attention to the residents and gave more attention to the out-of-town investors and so we had no choice but to do a ballot initiative,” he said. “The community won.”
Those backing the measure included residents who view STRs and their tenants as disruptive and overrunning their small town and changing the character of “America’s Last Hometown.” There are also associations like the Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce concerned that such vacation rentals are negatively affecting the business of the town’s inns and hotels.
“We have a plan if ‘Yes’ wins and if ‘No’ wins,” said P.G. resident Joy Colangelo, noting that if the measure did pass, those for STRs would write another initiative in a year or so to try to get STRs back.
Short Term Rental Invasion Halted
A very high probability of crime.
An unlicensed marijuana distribution business located on Harris Court in Monterey was robbed at gunpoint in early October, according to a press release from the Monterey Police Department.
On Oct. 5 at about 11:15 p.m., Monterey police officers were dispatched to a report of an armed robbery at Universal Sanctuary. Employees reported three male thieves wearing masks and armed with handguns entered the warehouse where deliveries were conducted and stole marijuana, cash and other items before fleeing. The suspects fled in an unknown direction and were not located. Each suspect was described as wearing dark clothing and a black ski mask with yellow trim. There were no reported injuries.
Why People Don’t Want Pot Shops Near Them
Country Club Gate, crime capital of Pacific Grove,
At 3:30 p.m. (4) masked and armed males walked into Chase Bank at the Country Club Gate Shopping Center.
The suspects took an undisclosed amount of money and no injuries have been reported.
Multiple witnesses were able to provide valuable information, including a great vehicle description.
After officers responded and determined the suspects had fled, they found the involved van parked in the area of Moreland and Arkwright. The van was unoccupied and reported stolen.
Chase Bank Robbed (Again)