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New Slide near Esalen Main Gate
These photos were sent to me by Dave Nelson. He didn’t indicate if it was north or south of the main gate, but looks like just south. Hailey Knight, whose photos are also below, confirms, just sou...
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Hugging the spectacularly rugged Monterey Bay, the city of Monterey occupies a land area of 8.466 square mile and has a population of 28,352 (as of 2019). Cannery Row, once the heart of the sardine-packing industry made famous by John Steinbeck, is now populated by fancy waterfront hotels, cafes and snackeries, and streetwear shops (yet, sadly, no sardine-on-a-stick stands). The famous Monterey Bay Aquarium draws visitors with thousands of marine animals and plants in underwater and interactive exhibits.
The Monterey City Council meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 4 and 7 p.m. Meetings are broadcast live on the Monterey Channel and streamed on the web.
During the three wildfires that hit Monterey County in the summer of 2020 – resulting in evacuations in Carmel Valley, along Highway 68 and communities along River Road south of Salinas – there was little risk to the Peninsula forest…
As travel began picking up again in earnest after Covid-19 shutdowns, Monterey County hoteliers found themselves losing the race against other California tourist destinations like Napa, San Luis Obispo and San Diego when it comes to attracting high-value guests –…
From Voices of Monterey Bay...
More History in an Historic Town
Gino Garcia says he’s the sort of guy who hangs out quietly in the back, watching and listening. Now he’s moved to the front of the Monterey City Hall chambers, the first Latino councilman in the city’s history.
From Monterey Herald...
Meet the City of Monterey’s Newly Appointed City Council Member
The Monterey City Council unanimously appointed Gene “Gino” Garcia to the at-large seat previously held by former Councilmember Dan Albert.
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