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“The Winter Blues & Hung Upside Down or Falling Apart: A Musical Prescription for S.A.D.”
The Gypsy Scholar will be presenting his second installment of his Orphic Essay-with-Soundtrack, "The Winter Blues & Hung Upside Down or Falling Apart: A Musical Prescription for S.A.D.” Please tu...
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Located in a canyon between Seaside and Monterey, Del Rey Oaks is affected by many of the same issues as its Monterey Peninsula neighbors—in particular water politics, which played a role in the most recent City Council election. Environmental preservation is a big deal as well. The town is home to the Frog Pond Wetland Preserve, which preserves an biologically rich ecosystem, and one of the city’s popular programs is the Oak Tree Replacement Program, which saw its first 100 vouchers for free trees snapped up in just 35 days.
The council convenes the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. Meetings can be watched on the city’s YouTube channel.
CalAm Utility Relocation Project Update: CalAm has notified TAMC that work will be completed by December 15thClick HERE for the TAMC Cone Zone report which details ALL their projects underway
CalAm Utility Relocation Project Update: CalAm has notified TAMC that work will be completed by December 15th. CalAm has also received permission from Caltrans to conduct the work during the day with potential lane closures and traffic controls on Highway 218, as necessary.
PGE crews working on Angelus Way starting Nov. 2711/22/2023
FORTAG Construction Begins with Roadwork on MONDAY October 1610/30/2023
From Monterey County Weekly...
If a housing plan exists on paper, it doesn’t mean it will put a single roof over someone’s head, unless, perhaps, a visionary architect took all the paper that cities have generated for their state-required housing plans – which are…
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.
Del Rey Oaks issued notice under what’s called the Surplus Lands Act, inviting interested parties to submit a letter within 60 days to express an interest in acquiring one or more of three parcels.
From Monterey Herald...
City of Del Rey Oaks
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