And not to live in. So nothing left but to sell it.
A wrench has been thrown into the spokes of a lawsuit challenging Pacific Grove’s system of determining what properties can provide short-term rentals when on Wednesday the home at the center of the case was sold.
The current case involves Susan and William Hobbs, a Pacific Grove couple who filed a lawsuit against the city in the summer of 2019 in Monterey County Superior Court, alleging that Pacific Grove denied their due process rights by refusing to renew a short-term rental license the Hobbs possessed.
So They Only Bought The House To Make $$
Took some searching through the city website schlock but found it. Go here: Pacific Grove / Annual (opengov.com) Then scroll down to Data, where it defaults to Summary Table and finally click Check Register. You’ll have to scroll to the right to get to the good information, and maybe click on a column divider to widen the cells enough to read. But hey, that’s what we get when there’s no schlock.
City councilman Luke Coletti proposed that city hall publish the monthly check register so taxpayers can easily see how much the city spends monthly on things like pension costs, water and power expenses, reimbursement to city employees and many other things.
Coletti, who was elected in November 2020, made a campaign promise to “establish policies and programs that ensure fiscal transparency and public access.” City staffers agreed to publish the information. “It’s a total no-brainer as far as I’m concerned,” he told The Pine Cone about city hall’s release of the check register. “Carmel, as well as many other local jurisdictions and agencies, have been releasing their registers for years. Pacific Grove used to — a long time ago — and I wanted to reestablish the practice,” Coletti said.
City Reveals It’s Checkbook
This website received an official registered letter demanding the first story about his guilty plea to (not a lawyer) services be removed.
on May 27, 2021, Henry Leinen, age 67 of Pacific Grove, was sentenced for providing legal document assistant services after his registration to perform such services was revoked by Monterey County. Leinen’s registration to provide these services was revoked as a result of his convictions for unauthorized practice of law and forgery in 2017. This new misdemeanor conviction was also a violation of Leinen’s probation in his 2017 case. Leinen was sentenced to 20 days jail, which may be served through the work alternative program, in addition to a $1,000 fine.
Henry Not A Lawyer Leinen Sentenced
Lawsuits we bound to happen. Hoping for a reinstatement or big payout.
He also contends that the Pacific Grove police officers union’s policy manual allows employees to “oppose, support or contradict any social issue, cause or religion,” which is what he said he did in the Parler posts. “I didn’t represent myself as a police officer,” Gonzalez said. “I was totally off duty when I made those posts, and I was speaking to a matter of public concern, which is within my First Amendment rights. I didn’t violate any law and I didn’t violate any policy.”
It’s just crazy to be labeled something like a racist for not supporting an organization, which to me is anti-police.”
Fired Cop Fights To Get Job Back
And this time, they really mean it.
Arrivederci, Fighting Favaloros
They are shaving their pussy cats without consent.
Nextdoor In Marina
The Pacific Grove Police Department is looking for people who witnessed a graffiti spree Sunday night.
Residents awoke to find the several-block radius between Robert Down Elementary School and the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History covered in graffiti, with taggers hitting 12 different spots over the course of the night.
Problem: depending on the source of the expressive paintwork, arresting anyone or covering up the graffiti might be seen as a racist response to free expression. Watch your backs.
Taking Caution Investigating Graffiti