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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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Gonzales owes its name to the two brothers who founded the city—Dr. Mariano Gonzalez and Alfredo Gonzales—on land given to their father, Teodoro Gonzalez, in 1836. According to Wikipedia, the two brothers are credited with constructing one of the first irrigation systems in the Salinas Valley. Irrigation led to ranching, dairy farms and agricultural fields; even today, the largest employers are food producers. Another thriving industry is wine production—some 46 vineyard properties are in the area, with 5,900 acres in production. According to U.S. census date, he city’s estimated 8,300 residents are overwhelmingly Latino (88.9 percent), and most live in family groups (89.4 percent).
The Gonzales City Council is composed of five members who are elected at large. The mayor is elected every two years, and councilmembers serve staggered four-year terms.
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From Monterey County Weekly...
For a Monterey County Weekly cover story, Celia Jiménez spoke with several teenagers about the work they’ve done in their communities.
Earlier this month, the cities of Gonzales, Soledad, Greenfield and King City rejected three proposals they received for waste hauling services.
As Salinas Valley cities like Soledad and Gonzales look to expand their footprints by annexing surrounding farmland and converting it into housing and other uses, there’s an ongoing debate.
From Salinas Valley Tribune...
Local Agency Formation Commission of Monterey County has approved the annexation of about 49 acres that allows for a planned 313,800-square-foot agricultural cooler processing facility to move forward.
The Gonzales City Council awarded the design-build contract for the Dennis and Janice Caprara Community Center, to be built at Gabilan Court and Fifth Street.
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