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09 February 2016
02/09/2016: Presidio gate operations impacted by construction

02/09/2016: Presidio gate operations impacted by construction

 

PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. – The Taylor Street Gate is scheduled to close temporarily for construction from February 19 through March 18, 2016 (weather permitting).

28 January 2016
01/28/2016: Monterey City Council to Reconsider Safe Parking Program

01/28/2016: Monterey City Council to Reconsider Safe Parking Program

The Monterey City Council voted unanimously last night to seek an urgency ordinance for a safe parking program.

27 January 2016
1/27/2016: Subject arrested for annoying a minor

1/27/2016: Subject arrested for annoying a minor

Minh Le, 42, of Marina, contacted a 13-year-old female juvenile in the 7-Eleven parking lot

27 January 2016
1/27/2016: Measure P Storm Drain Repairs Start

1/27/2016: Measure P Storm Drain Repairs Start

The City of Monterey will repair storm drains from Wednesday, January 27 to Monday, February 1

26 January 2016
01/26/2016: Summer Job Openings with Monterey Recreation 01/26/2016: Summer Job Openings with Monterey Recreation

01/26/2016: Summer Job Openings with Monterey Recreation 01/26/2016: Summer Job Openings with Monterey Recreation

Are you creative, responsible, enthusiastic, enjoy being around children and working outdoors?

22 January 2016
01/22/2016: Emergency Repair Work on Holman Highway 68 Between CHOMP & Stuart Ave in Monterey- Starts Monday

01/22/2016: Emergency Repair Work on Holman Highway 68 Between CHOMP & Stuart Ave in Monterey- Starts Monday

Crews will be working on a week-long emergency repair project on a two-mile section of Highway 68 (Holman Hwy.) between the Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) and Stuart Ave., starting Monday, January 25, Caltrans officials have announced.

 

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