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Ten miles of (Big Sur) Highway One
These photos were taken by Hailey Knight from Lucia to Esalen Main Gate, or MM 22.4 to MM32.4 (approximately)
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The prospect of a second cardroom, which allows legalized gambling in the form of games like blackjack and poker, has become a lightning rod of controversy in Marina.
The city of Marina will join the CSU Monterey Bay campus in becoming friendly to electric scooters. On Nov. 1, Marina City Council approved an agreement with Bird Rides Inc., a Miami-based company that offers bike and scooter rentals in…
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Celia Jiménez here, thinking that right now is a challenging time for anyone to pay more in taxes. On the other hand, tax dollars might well be considered money wasted when cities continue to invest in outdated facilities.
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