Staggering pollution from what, chowder samples and KarmelKorn? Staggering is mentioned twice in the KION article, but I have not heard any other reports of pollution on the levels of Deepwater Horizon.
One group is concerned about the whales’ safety due to the staggering pollution along the coast. Today Marine Life Studies’, Take the Streets group got out on fisherman’s wharf to clean up trash to prevent it from going into the water. However, the businesses on Fisherman’s Wharf are worried about the pollution for a different reason.
Sure looked open with the sign in the window. Soon a “Sorry We’re Closed” sign appeared on the door. Then the Pot sign came down, and the closed sign was gone too. Can’t help that the person operating the store was arrested for shipping pot via UPS.
(Judge) Kingsley has ordered the dispensary’s operators to appear in court April 14 to explain why a long-term injunction against the store should not be issued. “The city is pleased the court responded so quickly to our request for immediate relief,” city attorney David Laredo said.
In January, Maniscalco applied for a business license from the city but it refused to issue him one. The city contends The Apothecary would violate a 45-day moratorium on the operation of marijuana dispensaries the city council passed Jan. 20.
The group that opened a medical marijuana dispensary at 554 Lighthouse Ave. in Monterey will keep its center open as a meeting place for current members of their cooperative, said a member who answered the door Thursday.
The member, who identified himself only as Marc, said the court order issued March 12 against the cooperative, MyCaregiver Inc., prohibits only operation of a medical marijuana dispensary at the location.
No pot sales? It’s all in the perception of the law, after all they called it “Health care Cooperative/Individual & Family Services” when it opened.
Tax dollars at work – making ugly slow cars that no one only elitist sustainability kooks would pay $25,000 for, if the manufacturer can deliver one. And that looks doubtful.
Check out the picture from the web site – it’s worded to make greenies bodies tingle from head to toe with sustainable schlock copy.
The company’s 80,000-square-foot production site at the industrial park south of Salinas is still nearly empty and largely inactive, though the Green Vehicle Web site lists the address as its headquarters. Instead, the firm’s employees are working out of a temporary facility in Gilroy. Meanwhile, the state funding deal is still being processed, and it could be three more months before it comes through.
There have been hints of turmoil within the firm and complaints that the city’s contribution thus far has not directly resulted in any local jobs.
842 Lighthouse Avenue. Same store opens, prices same furniture at high markup, has same sales, replays the “Going Out Of Business Sale”. Look for the “Emergency Temporary Reopening Sale” in a few months. I would never buy from a store that does this.
Sure. Applause that he outed himself, showing everyone what kind of person he really is..
Dilworth deserves applause
The Herald may have managed to demonize David Dilworth for standing up to the mayor and governance in Pacific Grove, but it took at least three articles including an editorial and reprinting Dilworth’s letter to Mayor Dan Cort several times to make Dilworth the demon.
Was 2nd from the last. More people voted for Loosin’ Susan than him.
Recall votes don’t seem to be there
If David Dilworth couldn’t get enough votes to be elected to the Pacific Grove City Council in 2008, and previously, why does he think he can get enough to recall Mayor Dan Cort, and council members Deborah Lindsay, Bill Kampe, and Vicki Stilwell?
Dilworth’s role so far been as a representative. “I’m sort of the logistics guy, helping get information out,” Dilworth said. “I’m also the one who tried to give the mayor a courtesy call (referring to the email), but he took that as a threat.”