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Mourning the Passing of Rowland “Reb” Rebele
Here at KSQD we take this moment to note with sadness the passing of Rowland Rebele, one of K-Squid's founding donors. "Reb" as he was known to many of his friends, was a tireless advocate of the...
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The second-largest city in Monterey County was once known as the home of Fort Ord, one of the U.S. Army’s most scenic bases. After the base closed in 1994, that beautiful land and its environmental riches became Fort Ord National Monument Park. Now Seaside is known as the home of California State University Monterey Bay. And Fort Ord's former military golf courses, Bayonet and Black Horse, will some day be adjacent to an upscale resort.
The Seaside City Council is the legislative and policy-making body; all five members are elected at large. Meetings, which take place on the first and third Thursdays of each month, are open to the public.
Clog Busters - Stop the ClogFriendly reminder to TRASH cooled cooking oil and grease and use your GREEN CURBSIDE CART for any food scraps, bones, or leftovers.11/22/2023
Stay Informed on COVID-19 Vaccine Updates11/20/2023
11/16 COUNCIL MEETING ITEM POSTPONED! Fireworks Curfew Ordinance11/16 City Council Meeting Item Postponed! AMEND SEASIDE MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 8.32 FIREWORKS; ADDING SECTION 8.32.211 - CURFEW FOR USE OF SAFE AND SANE FIREWORKS11/16/2023
From Monterey County Weekly...
On the Monterey Peninsula, the lack of available water is often highlighted by public agencies as the primary reason the region lacks adequate housing.
Laguna Grande Regional Park is jointly managed and owned by the cities of Monterey and Seaside, and the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District. For the past decade, managing the park has been a subject of controversy.
From Monterey Herald...
City expenditures are split among essential needs and quality-of-life benefits in a budgeting process. And with the fiscal year beginning July 1, government entities, including Monterey County’s 12 cities, are in various stages of tweaking and finalizing their annual budgets.
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