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From Monterey County Weekly...
On Tuesday, Feb. 27, the Monterey County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the Pajaro Unmet Needs Disaster Assistance Program that will provide financial assistance to individuals, households and business owners that were affected by the March 2023 flooding in the Pajaro Valley.
From Salinas Valley Tribune...
Monterey County local voter information guides and ballots will begin mailing soon for the March 5 election. State voter information guides will also begin mailing directly from the state.
Primaries can be relatively quiet elections. In a two-way race—like that of Wendy Root Askew and Jeremiah Pressey in District 4—it will be decided outright, no need to go to a November runoff.
The Board of Supervisors narrowly voted to allow growers to double their canopy size and eliminate one requirement.
For more than 10 years, the county has been working to create new regulations around short-term rentals in places visitors desire. So far nothing has stuck.
Arts Council for Monterey County has given $109,000 to 22 local arts organizations and nonprofit organizations with art programs, thanks to funding from Monterey County.
Last summer, the Monterey County Board of Supervisors was eager to usher in a new era of management for Laguna Seca Recreation Area, voting 5-0 on to approve a concession agreement with Friends of Laguna Seca.
A few days into 2024, one thing that’s new is a pilot program to support people in the most desperate circumstances.
Three of five seats on the Monterey County Board of Supervisors are up for election in 2024, but only two are contested. In District 1, Supervisor Luis Alejo will run unopposed.
The County of Monterey Health Department’s Public Health Bureau is the recipient of a $250,262 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to support its Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Program in the city of Greenfield.
The Monterey County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a long-term recovery plan for the North County community of Pajaro on Dec. 6.
The candidate filing period for the 2024 primary elections only opened Nov. 13, but local voters already have a sense of who will be running to represent them on the Monterey County Board of Supervisors.
Honorable Rafael Vazquez will serve as the court’s next assistant presiding judge, commencing in 2024. Current Assistant Presiding Judge Carrie M. Panetta will be presiding judge effective Jan. 1, 2024.
Treasurer-Tax Collector Mary Zeeb has announced a new option for local taxpayers who would prefer to break down tax bills into manageable monthly payments.
Tenants of two farmworker apartment complexes received a shock when their landlord, the Housing Authority for the County of Monterey, sent out notices of potential rent increases.
From King City Rustler...
Monterey County is providing assistance after a recent fire affected San Benito County’s administrative offices, resulting in the loss of office furniture and supplies.
Monterey County voters can soon expect a pre-election mailing related to next year’s presidential primary. The mailing will verify residential and mailing addresses.
From Voices of Monterey Bay...
A federal judge ruled that Monterey County Jail’s for-profit health care provider is in violation of a class-action settlement over inadequate inmate conditions at the Salinas facility—and has given the company six months to improve its services or risk paying…
Every morning, the parking lot at the Harvest Moon Apartments in Salinas is buzzing with people getting ready to harvest crops in Salinas Valley fields.
“There is so much history that gets lost because we don’t tell our stories,” Supervisor Chris Lopez said.
Lou Calcagno was first and foremost a dairyman, raising cows in Moss Landing. He was born on the family dairy along Elkhorn Slough and died there on Aug. 31.
Luis Alejo and Chris Lopez will salute living Bracero workers who reside locally as part of Monterey County’s first-ever “Bracero History Recognition Week.”
Lou Calcagno was first and foremost a dairyman, raising cows in Moss Landing. He was born on the family dairy along Elkhorn Slough, and he died there on Aug. 31.
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