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11 January 2016
01/11/2016: City of Monterey Provides Homeless Aid

01/11/2016: City of Monterey Provides Homeless Aid

The City of Monterey is distributing $28,000 in assistance to social service agencies that provide help for the homeless.

08 January 2016
01/08/2016: Monterey Police to Start Utilizing Social Media Platform NextDoor

01/08/2016: Monterey Police to Start Utilizing Social Media Platform NextDoor

The Monterey Police Department is pleased to announce it will be utilizing the social media platform “Nextdoor” to share information on crime prevention, safety, public events, and some notifications to Monterey residents. News Release in PDF

08 January 2016
01/08/2016: AT&T Work for Holman Highway 68 Roundabout Begins

01/08/2016: AT&T Work for Holman Highway 68 Roundabout Begins

 AT&T will install ductwork for fiber optic cable in preparation for the Holman Highway 68 Roundabout project.

05 January 2016
01/05/2016: Robbery of business on Del Monte Blvd. in Monterey

01/05/2016: Robbery of business on Del Monte Blvd. in Monterey


On January 4, 2016, at approximately 5:43PM, a robbery took place at Peninsula Produce Incorporated, 2400 Del Monte Blvd. in Monterey.

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