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Garrapata Bridge Railings
This is such an excellent letter from the Albion Bridge Stewards group in support of our efforts to maintain the historical and visual significance of the bridge railings as they have existed for ...
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From Monterey Herald...
Seaside’s Broadway Avenue improvement Project Moves Ahead
The Seaside City Council has approved the first phase of the Broadway Avenue Corridor Complete Street Improvement Project, which will transform a four-lane roadway to two lanes with curb extensions, bike lanes, roundabouts and features to improve pedestrian safety.
From Monterey County Weekly...
Supervisor Phillips Looking at Stricter Party Noise Enforcement
Noisy parties are a big problem in northern Monterey County, causing frustration for residents—including Supervisor John Phillips, who says he’s “come around to the opinion that we need some changes” to the noise ordinance.
From Voices of Monterey Bay...
A Virtual Tour of the Murals of Salinas
Tag along as writer-photographer Larry Parsons rambles through the heart of Salinas and showcases the city’s downtown murals.
Controversial Carmel Valley Car Week Event Called Off
A little more than a week before it was scheduled to show off 300 German cars, organizers of the 11th annual Legends of the Autobahn Car Week withdrew applications to use Carmel Valley Community Park. The event is off for now.
From Salinas Valley Tribune...
Greenfield Community Science Workshop Opens for Summer Youth Activities
Greenfield Community Science Workshop is open Tuesday through Saturday for “Summer Tinker Time Hours.” The workshop, located at 45 El Camino Real, also operates as a cooling station.
From King City Rustler...
Iced Treats Now Available in King City
International company Michoacana Pedir De Boca Ice Cream Shop has opened a King City shop, located at 1301 Broadway St, that boasts 40 flavors of ice cream, popsicles and snacks. All the treats are made at the company’s Salinas location.
Roadmap for School Safety
Colorful shapes will guide students from Gonzales, Greenfield, and Soledad to school this fall. The sidewalk stencils are part of Safe Routes to Schools, sponsored by the Transportation Agency for Monterey County and the Monterey County Health Department.
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