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29 August 2016
08/29/2016: Strong Local Economy Spurs Building Surge

08/29/2016: Strong Local Economy Spurs Building Surge

The local economy is strong and Monterey’s building surge is evidence of that. Both private and public construction projects and infrastructure improvements are happening everywhere. Almost every major sector of the urban landscape, both neighborhoods and business districts, is part of a current or upcoming project.

25 August 2016
Holman Highway 68 Roundabout - Upcoming Night Time Road Closures
25 August 2016
08/25/2016: Hospitality Director Selected to Lead Renovated Monterey Conference Center

08/25/2016: Hospitality Director Selected to Lead Renovated Monterey Conference Center

The City of Monterey today announced the appointment of hospitality veteran, Doug Phillips, as General Manager of the Monterey Conference Center. Spanning a distinguished 30-year career in the hospitality industry, Phillips has served as Director of Sales & Marketing for the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center in San Diego, Executive Assistant Manager/Director of Sales & Marketing for the Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa, Director of Operation and Director of Sales & Marketing for Mauna Kea Beach Hotel and worked with other properties in California, Hawaii, Washington and Colorado.

23 August 2016
08/23/2016: PRVNT Armed Robbery Arrests in Greenfield

08/23/2016: PRVNT Armed Robbery Arrests in Greenfield

On Friday, August 19,2016, in response to recent Armed Robberies of three gas stations committed in Monterey County, a search warrant was served at two locations in the City of  Soledad and one location in the City of Salinas. The Greenfield Police Department, in partnership with the Peninsula Regional Violence and Narcotics Team (PRVNT) conducted a joint investigation resulting in the arrest of Julian Gasca for the armed robberies.

18:30 16 September 2016
08/22/2016: The City of Monterey and Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) Co-host an Evening of Economic Conversations on Community Capital

08/22/2016: The City of Monterey and Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) Co-host an Evening of Economic Conversations on Community Capital

The City of Monterey and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) co-host an evening focused on regional community capital, titled “Local Investment, Resilient Economies.” The event features an interactive panel presentation of experts including author and journalist Amy Cortese, noted economist Marco Vangelisti, and founder of Hatch Innovation and ComCapConferences, Amy Pearl. RSVP at www.localinvestment.eventbrite.com

Export event9/16/2016 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
19 August 2016
08/19/2016: Night-time Construction for the Holman Highway 68 Roundabout, August 24 and August 25

08/19/2016: Night-time Construction for the Holman Highway 68 Roundabout, August 24 and August 25

Construction of the Holman Highway 68 Roundabout will require night-time road construction from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. on the nights of Wednesday August 24 and Thursday August 25.

 

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