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02/12/16: Monterey Fire to Conduct Training at Holman Building in Pacific Grove

02/12/16: Monterey Fire to Conduct Training at Holman Building in Pacific Grove

Monterey Fire Department

Monterey Fire Department will host a regional training exercise at the Holman Building (542 Lighthouse Avenue, Pacific Grove) on February 16, 17, and 19. News Release in PDF
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Friday, February 12, 2016/Number of views (27) | Categories: News ReleasesGeneralFire
02/11/2016: McAbee Beach Closure

02/11/2016: McAbee Beach Closure

Communications Office

On the recommendation of the Monterey County Health Department, the City of Monterey has closed McAbee Beach as a safety precaution because a small amount of a petroleum-like substance has leaked in the area. The City will have the material tested to determine what it is. Staff is trying to determine the source of the leak and stop it. At this time, the leak is minor, confined to the remnants of a cement foundation of a former building on the beach. The beach will remain closed until further notice.
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Friday, February 12, 2016/Number of views (21) | Categories: News ReleasesGeneral
02/09/2016: Presidio gate operations impacted by construction

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

Presidio of Monterey & Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center

News Release in PDF
PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. – The Taylor Street Gate is scheduled to close temporarily for construction from February 19 through March 18, 2016 (weather permitting).
During this period, an alternate access control point will be operating on 15th Infantry Road on the lower Presidio from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. to offset the impact of inbound commuter traffic on neighboring communities.
One measure intended to improve traffic flow and enhance safety on Lighthouse Avenue during peak hours is to block the Bolio Street Gate entrance from 6 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. to avoid traffic congestion. Traffic will be directed to enter the lower Presidio on 78th Infantry Street and follow Corporal Ewing Road to Bolio Street Gate.
Presidio officials and City of Monterey traffic engineers continue to work together to minimize congestion and delays during commute times. Signs will be prominently posted routing traffic to alternate gates as appropriate.
Construction will continue through the weekends to accelerate project completion and lessen the impact on the surrounding community.
Presidio officials remind community members to allow more time when accessing the Presidio of Monterey, either as an employee or as a visitor. Advanced planning should help mitigate any concerns.
For Presidio updates anytime, go to: www.twitter.com/POMGarrison.
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Tuesday, February 9, 2016/Number of views (51) | Categories: News ReleasesGeneral
Emergency Repair Work on Holman Highway 68 Between CHOMP & Stuart Ave in Monterey- Starts Monday

Emergency Repair Work on Holman Highway 68 Between CHOMP & Stuart Ave in Monterey- Starts Monday

CalTrans

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.
Roadwork will consist of one-way traffic control with flagging from 10 am to 2 pm Monday, Jan. 25 through Friday, Jan. 29, weather permitting. Up to 30-minute delays are expected and motorists are advised to take an alternate route. News Release in PDF
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Friday, January 22, 2016/Number of views (293) | Categories: News ReleasesGeneral
01/11/2016: City of Monterey Provides Homeless Aid

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

Community Services

The City of Monterey is distributing $28,000 in assistance to social service agencies that provide help for the homeless. The Monterey City Council approved funding for the assistance program in December 2015. The City contacted local agencies, reviewed their requests for funding, and allocated the money.
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Monday, January 11, 2016/Number of views (395) | Categories: News ReleasesGeneralPolice
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