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22 September 2016
"What a Relief" Sewer Rehabilitation Project Coming to Munras Avenue Between Webster & Abrego Streets, Sep 27 - 30

"What a Relief" Sewer Rehabilitation Project Coming to Munras Avenue Between Webster & Abrego Streets, Sep 27 - 30

Downtown Monterey traffic and parking will be impacted by sewer work happening September 27th – 30th on Munras Avenue near the Casa Munras Hotel.

10:30 15 October 2016
Tours of the Pacific Biological Laboratories (Ed Ricketts’s Lab), Saturday, October 15, 2016

Tours of the Pacific Biological Laboratories (Ed Ricketts’s Lab), Saturday, October 15, 2016

Reservations are now open for our free one-hour tours of the Pacific Biological Laboratories (Ed Ricketts’ Lab) at 800 Cannery Row. Tours will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016 during Monterey’s annual History Fest.

Export event10/15/2016 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
21 September 2016
MPUSD "Campus Monitor" Arrested

MPUSD "Campus Monitor" Arrested

The Monterey Police Department (MPD) has arrested a Monterey Peninsula Unified School District (MPUSD) employee who worked as a campus monitor and assistant football coach at the Monterey High School.

19 September 2016
09/19/2016: City of Monterey, CSUMB and MIIS Partner to Find Ways to Create Local Economic Opportunities

09/19/2016: City of Monterey, CSUMB and MIIS Partner to Find Ways to Create Local Economic Opportunities

The City of Monterey,  CSUMB’s (CSU Monterey Bay’s) Institute for Innovation and Economic Development in the College of Business, and the Graduate School of International Policy and Management at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) have partnered to conduct a broad-based asset inventory for the City. The potential outcome of such a study could provide a foundation for economic development as Monterey continues to look at options to use existing assets to create more economic opportunities.

15 September 2016
Monterey Open Book (MOB) Project - A Win-Win for Co-Workers and the Community

Monterey Open Book (MOB) Project - A Win-Win for Co-Workers and the Community

MOB LogoThe Monterey Open Book (MOB) project is celebrating a two year milestone as an informal coaching program between City of Monterey co-workers. Employee tutors work with employee learners to help improve their literacy levels and communication skills that support their professional development. The program has also been beneficial in helping employees develop confidence and self-esteem.

14 September 2016
09/14/2016: Strong Arm Robbery

09/14/2016: Strong Arm Robbery

On September 12, 2016 at 7:12 PM, Monterey Police Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Grace St. regarding a strong-armed robbery.

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