Visitors like Ben Harvey and police chief Cathy Madalone now can better understand where they are in the city they are in charge of.
Got two signs at the rec trail (where the chief said there were none)
This huge Lovers Point sign at the beach.
Another smaller sign at Otter Point
Then it gets weird. Over at Point Pinos it says Asilomar
One turnout is named Crespi Pond
Then in a weirder twist, a turn out named after a non existent fog horn.
Signs Posted For Visitors
Police chief needs to get out and look at what she’s talking about. Here’s two signs telling you where Monterey ends and Pacific Grove begins. What kind of crock it this?
Beginning next month anyone peddling a pedicab along the Monterey portion of the Recreation Trail will need to start braking along about the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The rickshaw-like bicycles, permitted on Monterey’s portion of the trail, are now banned in Pacific Grove.
Complicating matters is that although most locals know where Monterey ends and Pacific Grove begins, there is no city limits signage, making it a challenge for visitors.
Pacific Grove Police Chief Cathy Madalone said Monday the city is in the process of making signage that will welcome Rec Trail visitors to the city.
Bike Control In P.G.
Also, rainbow pride flags fly at police station,
Madalone took a moment to say she was “feeling good” and that the moment was “bittersweet,” before she continued with the hugs.
Among the crowd was Madalone’s wife of two years, Pam Dino.
“It is my first walkout and very emotional,” Dino said. “For her, it is 25 years serving here, really half her life, with these wonderful people, so it is emotional and bittersweet.”
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