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Sunday photo, 2/25/24
This is a photo of a piece of artwork on the wall in the radiology department.
Ventana Wildlife Society
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On Tuesday, Jan. 23 Salinas Salinas City Council voted 5-1 to approve increaes to councilmember compensation, with Steve McShane opposing.
Salinas City Council voted 6-0 on Tuesday, Jan. 23 to approve a new contract with the Salinas Police Officers Association. Negotiations took place in record time of just three months. The previous contract expired on Dec. 31.
On Tuesday, Jan. 9, Salinas City Council voted 5-0 to approve the Red Light Abatement Act ordinance. (Mayor Kimbley Craig and Carla Viviana González were absent.)
The State of California and five cities – including Salinas and King City – are working to save hundreds of Homekey apartments from foreclosure, due to a developer who the state says improperly took out third-party loans on seven properties.…
Women dressed in skimpy clothing walking along streets in Salinas has become a common scene near some apartment complexes. Residents living around Kings and Roosevelt streets see sex workers regularly when they go to work, take their kids to school…
The cost of rent, groceries and mortgage payments have steadily increased over the past four decades, but there is one figure that has remained stagnant: city council compensation.
In its budget, the City of Salinas allocated $7.8 million for street repairs for the 2023-2024 fiscal year. That amount will be divided equally among the city’s six political districts, each represented by a different city council member. Each district…
Emergency calls generate a reaction from first responders wherever you are and whether or not you have a roof over your head. Every month, Salinas police and fire departments respond to about 1,200 calls to aid unhoused individuals.
Salinas city officials are exploring the formation of a new tax district to fund infrastructure improvements that would help develop the long-gestating Salinas Ag Industrial Center.
On a sunny Saturday afternoon on Oct. 14, a handful of women wearing high heels and little clothing are walking along Kings and Roosevelt streets in Salinas. A block away, on North Madeira Avenue and Kern Street, neighbors are protesting…
SALINAS — Caltrans, the City of Salinas and the Arts Council for Monterey County have announced the completion of the Clean California Murals Project that features bright, life-size murals, drought-resistant landscaping and improved lighting at East Market Street, Alisal Street …
Going for a walk, spending a day in the grass and playing basketball are part of the routine for people who live near Closter Park, the most-visited park in Salinas.
During a special meeting on Oct. 4, Salinas City Council voted to terminate City Manager Steve Carrigan’s contract. The council deliberated for two hours in closed session, then announced their unanimous vote, 6-0, to fire Carrigan (Councilmember Steve McShane was…
They say love is a powerful force, and it is one force keeping Salinas City Manager Steve Carrigan in Salinas.
The City of Salinas has reached a settlement with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Board for an alleged spill that occurred on April 15, 2022. The settlement is for a total $193,879 in administrative civil liability for violating state…
Salinas City Council hired Steve Carrigan in a hard time for cities. It was January of 2021, deep in the throes of the Covid-19 pandemic. Out of 78 applicants, he was unanimously selected.
Decades ago, two buildings – one from 1968 and one from the mid-1970s – were joined to form Salinas City Hall. Now, the property is getting renovated, with construction set to begin as early as Aug. 15. “The building hasn’t…
Within a few months after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, California officials launched a mad dash to permanently house thousands of people by converting motels and hotels into apartments under the name Homekey, using $646 million in federal, state…
Sara Rubin here, thinking about the many city services I use every day, sometimes without thinking about them—storm drains and asphalt maintenance are not always so obvious to me. Then, of course, there are things that are more explicitly transactional—checking…
With applause and cheers, dozens of people celebrated a unanimous vote on Tuesday, May 16 by Salinas City Council to repeal a ban on cruising on city streets.
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