For the 4th night in a row, the fog (and low cloud cover) caused the cancellation of the spraying of a phermone designed to help eradicate an invasive pest. The California Department of Food And Agriculture will try again tonight.
It was reported on KSCO that people from Santa Cruz still reported symptoms of reaction to the spraying. Even when the planes never took off.
Moth Spraying Canceled – People Still Report Sickness
Goldbeck reports she has had a $3500 laptop computer containing important information, stolen from her home.
She reported to police that someone entered her unlocked residence Tuesday and removed her laptop computer. No other items were disturbed or taken. The Pacific Grove police department says the case is being investigated.
Wonder if any REAL important information was on that laptop – we’ve heard stories about personal information being exposed when entrusted individuals lose computers.
Goldbeck’s Computer Stolen
An independent team of auditors have found the city of Pacific Grove to be in “a weak financial position”. Almost $11 million in unfunded liabilities were found in the Pacific Grove budget.
Pacific Grove Deemed Financially Unstable
After the election, some Pacific Grove residents alleged that Dr Nilmeier was ineligible to serve on the city council because she was not a resident of Pacific Grove
The Pacific Grove charter only asks a candidate to declare his or her present address. Dr Nilmeier was found to reside at the residence she gave on that date.
No Charges Against Susan Nilmeier
Homayun Ahmad pleaded guilty to federal charges related to a case of internet sex. The 37-year-old man admitted to have engaged in sexually explicit conversations on AOL instant messenger with someone he believed was a 16-year-old girl. He is expected to receive a 5-year prison sentence as part of a plea agreement.
P.G. Man Pleads Guilty To Internet Sex IMs
City manager Ross Hubbard will be retiring and city attorney David Fleishman will step down from the position he has held for a little over 4 years. Both will both be leaving their posts on March 31st.
PG City Manager, City Attorney Quit
Pacific Grove police are investigating a car fire caused by a firebomb. The case is the second firebombing of a car in 4 months. The fire was discovered when the owner of the car heard an explosion late at night and found her car on fire. Police found a container inside with a gasoline soaked rag.
Car Firebomb In Pacific Grove