Power to get her underage child a vaccine?
A Pacific Grove councilwoman who has passionately urged citizens to get vaccinated against Covid-19 apparently thought it was so important that she misrepresented her son’s age to get him inoculated against the disease. Multiple sources told The Pine Cone that Jenny McAdams, 46, first elected to the council in 2018, admitted to them that she misled health officials so her youngest son could get immunized. The Food and Drug Administration has only authorized the vaccine for children 12 years and older, but McAdams’ kid — an elementary school student — is several years younger than that.
Power Corrupts, Does Jenny McAdams Have The Power?
Has a nice view of the VW Repair shop.
In an Aug. 25 civil complaint, Blue Wave Enterprises
and Jon Kramer contend that when they tried to submit
an application for the three-unit hotel at 176 Central Ave.,
city hall refused “to accept and process” the document.
The lawsuit argues the hotel should be allowed per Pacific
Grove’s local coastal plan.
Kramer first proposed a mixed-use development, in
cluding two residential units and a retail space. City staff
told him that he could not pursue the project because of
zoning issues. Kramer issued revised plans without the
residential units and replaced them with hotel rooms. The
city turned that request down, too, also citing zoning.
“City staff instead suggested that petitioners pursue
a subsequent ballot initiative to allow a hotel use on the
property, or to bring forward a new project consistent”
Minnesota Developer Wants To Build Hotel At 176 Central
Hired a real accountant and was nailed by them. No surprise that the schools happily forked over the money with no proof of work.
Lolita Garcia, 60 the founder of a nonprofit called Central Coast Kids & Families, which provided services to families of children with special needs — was sentenced to four years in prison for embezzlement, tax evasion, submitting false invoices, and theft by false pretenses. Garcia billed schools for in-school services and a state nonprofit for in-home services that never happened.
Garcia got caught after an accountant she hired to do her finances noticed in 2015 that it appeared she had diverted charitable funds. The CPA tipped off the state attorney
general’s office, which notified the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office. The case was investigated by investigator Jackie Meroney and forensic auditor Sandra Kyzivat. They examined hundreds of invoices and timesheets for the 2013- 2014 and 2014-2015 school years and discovered that Garcia intentionally overbilled the districts and others for a total of $192,823
Special Need Children’s Service Founder Guilty Of Embezzlement
20 days. Leinen (Not A Lawyer) is also Not A Legal Services Supplier.
Henry Leinen, 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 forgery and the unauthorized practice of law in 2017. This new misdemeanor conviction was also a violation of Leinen’s probation in his 2017 case.
Henry (Not A Lawyer) Leinen Sentenced
One local business pervert dies, another gets caught.
Monterey Police said in a press release last week that officers served a search warrant the Monterey house of Jin Jung, 48, of Monterey, and arrested him on two alleged charges related to inappropriate contact with a child. The dry cleaning business Jung manages, Cypress Cleaners, is located on Grand Avenue in Pacific Grove. “Jung was booked at the Monterey City Jail on the following charges: Lewd and lascivious acts with a minor, and annoying or molesting a child,” according
Cypress Cleaners Manager Arrested For Molesting Child
Big change, director is not a pervert accused of giving booze to 17 a year old girl and raping her.
Not changing is the use of the Mvsevm as a substainable re-education camp it seems.
This Friday, the museum will reopen to full capacity for the first time in 15 months, introduce its new executive director, Carla Bitter, and unveil an ambitious and permanent exhibit, “Changes in Monterey,” which is designed to “celebrate the habitats of Monterey County” and “raise awareness about human impacts on our delicate ecosystems over time,” the museum said.
Mvsevm Embraces Change
Sally was a good ol girl
Now the food delivery took it away
Sally is just a picture now
Sally was a good ol girl.
Monday through Friday for more than 35 years in Pacific Grove, in what was formerly called the Sally Griffin Center. Then came Covid. Meals continued to be delivered, but in-house dining became a pandemic casual. The facility, which reopened for classes and activities on June 21, has been renamed the Meals On Wheels Community Center.
Sally Had A Center Named After Her
Booze from the gas station is inconsistent with the Plan. Let’s let Safeway and Trader Joe’s sell gasoline.
The P.G. planning commission on May 13 voted 4-3 to reject a petition by Valero owner Surya Raj Shrestha to sell hard alcohol at the business at 1140 Forest Avenue. Shrestha paid $1,140.50 to city hall to appeal the decision, which the city council was expected to consider Wednesday, but instead tabled it to July 7. “It is not fair for me not to have a full liquor license for my business,” Shrestha wrote in his appeal.
Goes Together Like Drinking And Driving
And lock him up for life.
What should the sign be changed to this time?
Tom Pollacci set to be released from Valley State Prison next week at the end of his 14-year sentence, the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office will ask a judge at a June 11 hearing to designate Pollacci as a sexually violent predator and order him to be committed to a state mental hospital.
Pollacci, who was living with his parents in Pebble Beach before he was jailed for raping a Colorado woman in the loft of his family’s liquor store on Lighthouse Avenue in Pacific Grove and then leaving her at the hospital with a serious head injury
Designate Tom Pollacci As A Sexually Violent Predator
Monterey County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Cmdr. Derrel Simpson told The Pine Cone that the body was so badly burned that dental records had to be used for identification. On Thursday morning, Simpson said the driver was identified as Joseph Braig, a 29-year-old man from Pacific Grove There was only one occupant in the vehicle, according to police, and nobody else was injured.
Driver In P.G. Public Works Crash Identified