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07 March 2016
03/07/2016: Monterey Police Investigate Vehicle Burglaries and Property Theft

03/07/2016: Monterey Police Investigate Vehicle Burglaries and Property Theft

The Monterey Police Department investigated a series of property thefts from both locked and unlocked vehicles over the last several days.

01 March 2016
03/01/2016: City of Monterey Accepting Special Event Grant Program Proposals

03/01/2016: City of Monterey Accepting Special Event Grant Program Proposals

The City of Monterey will be accepting applications for the Special Event Grant Program until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 25, 2016

29 February 2016
02/29/2016: Ten Communities Selected as Great American Defense Communities

02/29/2016: Ten Communities Selected as Great American Defense Communities

Charleston, S.C. — The Association of Defense Communities (ADC) and the Defense Communities Caucus today designated 10 communities from across the nation as “Great American Defense Communities”

29 February 2016
02/29/2016: Trenchless Technology to Repair Storm Drain System

02/29/2016: Trenchless Technology to Repair Storm Drain System

The City of Monterey will repair storm drains from March 7-11

19 February 2016
02/19/2016: Pacific Street Sidewalk Improvements to Begin on February 22

02/19/2016: Pacific Street Sidewalk Improvements to Begin on February 22

New sidewalks are coming to Pacific Street, thanks to Monterey's Neighborhood Improvement Program.

19 February 2016
02/19/2016: Sewer Work on Ramona Avenue at Montecito Avenue

02/19/2016: Sewer Work on Ramona Avenue at Montecito Avenue

SEWER WORK ON RAMONA AVENUE AT MONTECITO AVENUE
Scheduled to begin Monday, February 29, 2016 

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