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06/20/2023
The Seaside City Council at its meeting last week approved the Laguna Grande Regional Park Trail and Vegetation Strategy Project.

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05/17/2023
Damon said the purchase and sale agreement is finished and approved, but the city has not yet closed escrow.

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04/12/2023
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On April 6, the Seaside City Council considered whether to censure Councilmember Alex Miller for social media comments regarding the vibrancy of Seaside’s downtown—or lack thereof.

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02/03/2023
The Grand Hyatt of Seaside at Monterey Bay project will be a seven-level building with 330 guest rooms, conference center with meeting rooms, restaurant, and lobby bar.

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10/31/2022
The Grand Hyatt project will be a seven-level, 337,668-square-foot single hotel building with 330 guest rooms. Amenities include a conference center, restaurant, lobby bar, service kitchen, administrative offices, and a spa.

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08/21/2022
The Seaside City Council will meet Aug. 25 to cancel its November municipal election, saving the city about $150,000 in the process. The decision stems from the fact that three city races are going uncontested and there are no city measures up for a vote.

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08/16/2022
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Elected to the Seaside City Council in November 2018, Jon Wizard was seen as a rising star in the local Democratic Party and a strong regional leader advocating for affordable housing.

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06/24/2022
The Seaside City Council has approved the first phase of the Broadway Avenue Corridor Complete Street Improvement Project, which will transform a four-lane roadway to two lanes with curb extensions, bike lanes, roundabouts and features to improve pedestrian safety.

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02/23/2022
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Emotions ran high at a Feb. 17 Seaside City Council meeting when the council reviewed a draft project labor agreement. If ultimately approved, any city projects estimated to cost above $750,000 would be put out to bid with the restriction…

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12/17/2021
Image for display with article titled Seaside City Council approves urgency ordinance to kneecap state housing bill.

In a 4-1 vote, the Seaside City Council passed an urgency ordinance on Thursday, Dec. 16 that will essentially kneecap Senate Bill 9, a new state housing bill that takes effect Jan. 1. The law will theoretically allow homeowners to…

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10/10/2021
The Seaside City Council unanimously approved a COVID-19 vaccine mandate and also voted 4-1 to create the Seaside Housing Collaborative, a nonprofit under the umbrella of the city that will focus on providing affordable housing to the community.
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