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Big Sur Multi Agency Advisory Council Meetings to go Zoom?
Monterey County is making every effort to make Zoom meetings available for the BSMAAC meetings. For those of us south of the slides, this would be a life-saver, to say the least. I have been atten...
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Former Pacific Grove city manager Ben Harvey is currently the top candidate for the same job in Ojai, in Ventura County, less than six months after he agreed to a mutual separation with the P.G. City Council.
Pacific Grove officially said goodbye to the Feast of Lanterns, the town’s troubled faux Chinese pageant. Now the Monterey Bay Chinese Association wants to build a traditional pavilion and a moon wall to honor the history of Chinese Americans.
A majority of the Pacific Grove City Council in April all but killed the idea of a permanent skatepark in the town with a 5-2 vote, bowing to pressure by residents who feared such a facility would bring noise.
The city councils of Monterey and Pacific Grove have each approved ordinances allowing retail cannabis in the past few weeks, with Monterey best poised to issue business licenses on a faster timeline than its neighbor. Monterey could begin reviewing cannabis…
The city councils of Monterey and Pacific Grove have each approved ordinances allowing retail cannabis, with Monterey best poised to issue business licenses on a faster timeline.
Pacific Grove Mayor Bill Peake has decided to end Zoom call-ins to meetings two weeks after an organized group of white supremacists call-bombed a council meeting.
Confusion over how city code meshes with state liquor licenses was the reason given by members of the Pacific Grove Planning Commission for why they wanted to review the approved administrative use permit.
A new luxury boutique hotel in downtown Pacific Grove—over a decade in the making—finally broke ground on Sept. 29.
A chorus of conflicting wants and needs are crashing together on a research building of the former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency.
Over 60 people showed up to Pacific Grove City Hall, both in person and online, almost all to support a proposed downtown all-ages live music venue.
Former City Attorney David Laredo and his law firm agreed to pay $989,000 over the firm's mistake in using the wrong tax code a sales tax ballot measure.
Michaela Kuenster has plans to open a music venue with alcohol sales in downtown Pacific Grove, a town where a small but loud cadre oppose most everything new.
Just as Pacific’s Grove Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force got a new member it simultaneously lost another to a resignation.
Less than a week after parting ways with their last city manager, members of the Pacific Grove City Council voted to form a subcommittee to search for the next one.
The Pacific Grove City Council voted 6-0 in a closed session meeting for a separation agreement with City Manager Ben Harvey, who will voluntarily resign.
The mission of the Pacific Grove Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force is to make the small town a more welcoming place for underrepresented groups.
Pacific Grove’s current outdoor dining parklets are unsafe for pedestrians and drivers and must be replaced, according to a majority of the City Council.
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.
The city of Pacific Grove has settled out of court a $1 million free speech lawsuit filed last year by former police officer Michael Gonzalez.
One after another, neighbors of George Washington Park beseeched the Pacific Grove Recreation Board on Feb. 23 to remove it from a list of possible locations for a proposed skatepark.
The fire departments that protect Monterey, Pacific Grove and Carmel got together to ask themselves a question. “If we become at risk, how will this work?”
The Pacific Grove City Council voted to hire an expert to study whether the former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration building is eligible for the city's historic resources index.
Jon Kramer loves all things rocks, gems and fossils, and is convinced he can build a successful business in a mash-up between a geological museum, a small retail space and a mini-boutique hotel.
The emails have been flowing into the Pacific Grove City Council for more than a month, over 100 of them, nearly all of them urging councilmembers to preserve the city’s outdoor dining parklets.
For a sliver of time almost nine years ago, Pacific Grove had a pilot outdoor dining parklet program. Jordan Champagne, co-owner of Happy Girl Kitchen, knew she had to act fast.
Monterey County Elections officials announced they plan to "escalate" manual tallies in two Pacific Grove races: City Council between Debby Beck and Tina Rau plus a measure to shrink the council size.
Pam Marino here, feeling like I’ve solved all of Pacific Grove’s housing problems. OK, I might be exaggerating just a little, but I’ve had fun playing around with an online public engagement tool that P.G. officials are using to help…
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