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07 April 2016
04/07/2016: City of Monterey on the Hunt for Potholes

04/07/2016: City of Monterey on the Hunt for Potholes

City of Monterey Streets crews are searching for potholes, with the help of Monterey residents.

06 April 2016
04/06/2016: Measure P Street Repairs to Impact Garden Road, Cannery Row, Ryan Ranch & Pacific Street

04/06/2016: Measure P Street Repairs to Impact Garden Road, Cannery Row, Ryan Ranch & Pacific Street

A citywide street resurfacing project will repair over two million square feet of streets

02 April 2016
04/02/2016: Measure P Street Repairs to Close Del Monte Avenue Off-Ramp on Highway 1 and Impact Local Roads

04/02/2016: Measure P Street Repairs to Close Del Monte Avenue Off-Ramp on Highway 1 and Impact Local Roads

A citywide street reconstruction project will close the Del Monte Avenue off-ramp on Highway 1- South

01 April 2016
04/01/16: City of Monterey Parks and Recreation Master Plan Public Workshop, April 5

04/01/16: City of Monterey Parks and Recreation Master Plan Public Workshop, April 5

The City of Monterey is in the process of developing a 20-year Parks and Recreation Master Plan

31 March 2016
03/31/2016: City of Monterey Wins Accounting Award

03/31/2016: City of Monterey Wins Accounting Award

Monterey, California has received its Distinguished Budget Presentation Award

29 March 2016
03/29/2016: Cross Erected on City Property Removed

03/29/2016: Cross Erected on City Property Removed

A metal cross that was anonymously erected on Del Monte Beach late last week was removed

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