Body Found At Shore Was Suicide

Confirmed suicide. Name not yet released.

Suicide was determined to be the cause of death of a 56-year-old man whose body was found late last month near the ocean in Pacific Grove, a commander with the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office told the Pine Cone this week.
At about 12:30 p.m., officials recovered the body of the man on the west side of Ocean View Boulevard across from Crespi Pond near a vehicle turnout. While the cause
of death, at that time, was not known, foul play was not suspected.

Body Found At Shore Was Suicide

Dead Body Found At P.G. Shore

“At this time, a Pacific Grove Police detective is working with the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office in determining the cause of death,” police administrative services manager Jocelyn Francis told The Pine Cone.
While there does not appear to be any foul play related to the unidentified man’s death, Francis said the sheriff’s office had a dive team search the water for any evidence. Sheriff’s office spokesman Cmdr. Derrel Simpson told The Pine Cone that the man was from Monterey County and was 56 years old.

Dead Body Found At P.G. Shore

Beaches Closed. Moose Out Front Should Have Told Ya

Are we sure the Fresno crowd will stay off the sand?

With continuing heat in the Central Valley, people’s options for recreation severely hampered by coronavirus-induced restrictions, and daily crowds at the beaches despite
rules limiting their use, public officials decided the safest way to handle the next big holiday is to shut them down. For Independence Day, the City of Carmel completely
closed its beach, while some other Peninsula cities restricted their use to water-based activities, not allowing anyone to be on the sand.

Beaches Closed. Moose Out Front Should Have Told Ya

Beaches Closed For 4th Of July. Modesto Says ‘Crap’

Can always go to Modesto and be free as you can be.

Modesto

The City of Monterey will be enforcing face masks and closing beaches for the Fourth of July weekend.

According to Hans Uslar, city manager, Del Monte, San Carlos and McAbee beaches will be closed on Saturday and Sunday of the upcoming weekend. Ocean activities will still be allowed.

I think it is crap, I mean everyone is sitting at home not doing anything how are you going to celebrate freedom if you guys can’t go anywhere, can’t do anything?” questioned John Feliciano of Modesto.

Beaches Closed For 4th Of July. Modesto Says ‘Crap’

Rules Ignored, Beach Closed

Closed in the mid afternoon. Some enforcement, eh?

Right before Easter weekend, City Manager Ben Harvey gave the Pacific Grove Police Department the authority to immediately shut down any outdoor recreational area if too many people showed up and didn’t follow social distancing rules required under Monterey County’s shelter-in-place order. The parks and shore areas remained open.

Two weeks later, on Saturday, April 25, the beautiful sunny weather proved too enticing. Too many people showed up to Lovers Point Beach, at least in the estimation of PGPD. The department shut down the beach about mid-afternoon until further notice citing the lack of social distancing.

Rules Ignored, Beach Closed

Guard Your Wallet

P.G. is looking for more money to construct more restrictive pathways along the ocean front. 1 mile of “improvements” for @2,400,00.00. 454 per foot. Will they also put fiber in the sewers?

Crespi not pond

The city has proposed building a 5-footwide, .8-mile-long path seaward of Ocean View Boulevard called the Point Pinos Trail Project.It will connect from the existing curb-side trail near Acropolis Street west to the Great Tidepool.

While engineers estimate the construction is expect ed to cost $2 million, the city also needs $400,000 more to allow for contingency and project management and  archeological monitoring, Gho said. The $2.4 million trail will largely be paid for with $1.8 million in tax dollars from the Coastal Conservancy. The city contributed $250,000 from its general fund via the Capital improvement program.

Guard Your Wallet

PG Police On Maximum Enforcement. For Blankets Saving Places for FOL

Last year they said you can save spots at your own risk.

Dawn on the day of the beach entertainment is the only time you can stake out a place. And someone has to stay with the blankets. I bet there will be some exceptions.
Ufos Take Beachgoers

Last year dozens of blankets were laid out on the beach a week before the event. Police say that is not allowed this year.

PG Police On Maximum Enforcement. For Blankets Saving Places for FOL

P.G. Police: Your Feast Of Lanterns Blanket Beach Reservation Means Nothing

I was a family spot saver for the Feast Of Lanterns for many years. On Friday night I would put down a tarp of the ground and then come back at about 11:00 am on Saturday to enjoy the day at the beach. I hated the few saved spots that were only occupied from 7:00 pm to closing. It’s gotten crazier with people saving places earlier in the week.

Ufos Take Beachgoers

We want you to know, and please share with others, that if you place blankets on the beach you do so at your own risk. Be aware the tide might take blankets, other visitors who want to hang out or swim at the beach may move them, and so on.

Our message to staff regarding calls from community members wondering if they may move a blanket to hang out at the beach is, they most certainly can.

P.G. Police: Your Blanket Reservation Means Nothing

Pollution Advisory For Beaches. Again.

Seal posse Thom Ache-man’s bacteria pollutes beaches

Seal Posse Orange Sign

The Monterey County Health Department has issued a Beach Advisory for Lovers Point Beach in Pacific Grove and Monterey Municipal Beach

There are various sources of bacteria such as marine life (i.e. seals, otters, and birds) and other animals; rainfall runoff; storm drains; and human activity. Rainfall is associated with increased bacterial levels due to runoff particularly in the area of man-made and natural storm drains such as culverts, streams and rivers.

Pollution Advisory For Beaches

P.G. Pays Consultant $274K To Say “Fence Off The Shoreline”

Shoreline Management Plan = shoreline access restriction rules.

Remember when you could park on both sides of Ocean View at Asilomar and take your sweetie and a blanket to the dunes? Now it’s all going the don’t touch just look from over the fence rule.

closed for plants

The initiative, which is aimed at looking at ways to protect future public access along the shoreline while enhancing the area’s natural and cultural resources, will examine both challenges and opportunities involved in that endeavor moving forward.

The City hired Bay Area urban planning consultant Eisen/Letunic, which specializes in healthy and sustainable communities, for the preparation and development of the plan at a cost of $274,400.

P.G. Pays Consultant To Say “Fence Off The Shoreline”