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11/09/2022
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Just as he did four years ago, Carmel Councilmember Jeff Baron took to the streets of the village and knocked on a lot of doors in the lead up to the Nov. 8 election.

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09/22/2022
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The Carmel City Council is facing some big issues in the next couple of years, the biggest of which is finding room in its plans for nearly 350 housing units by 2031 in just one square mile.

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09/14/2022
Image for display with article titled Carmel City Council Majority Seeks to Douse Wood-Burning Beach Fires

Wood-burning fires on Carmel Beach has been a burning issue for over a decade and the Carmel City Council has logged more hours in hearings on it than on probably any other issue.

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07/28/2022
A longtime restaurateur and the owner of a Lincoln Street bar have taken steps to run for city council in November. Ken Spilfogel, who runs Flaherty’s, and Parker Logan, owner of Sade’s, took out nomination papers and must return them by Aug. 17.

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01/06/2022
Image for display with article titled Carmel Council votes to end temporary parklets in favor of a long term solution.

While other California cities are embracing one of the biggest trends of the Covid-19 pandemic, outdoor dining parklets, tiny Carmel-by-the-Sea has been struggling with the concept for at least a year.

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09/08/2021
The Carmel City Council voted 3-2 to allow dining parklets at least until Oct. 12. The decision comes with a catch: restaurants must pay for each city-owned parking spot they occupy.
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