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Monterey County >> After the 18-wheelers housing Bugattis and Bentleys depart and the dust from Classic Car Week settles, traffic in most years returns to normal patterns. But this year, the end of Classic Car Week marks when work begins in earnest on the Holman Highway Roundabout project.

 

About three weeks ago, the State Water Resources Control Board approved an extension of five years to the cease-and-desist order for pumping on the Carmel River watershed by California American Water, the supplier of water to Monterey Peninsula area residents and businesses. This provides time for the proposed desalination facility to be approved and constructed in the coming years, delivering an alternative water resource to the Carmel River water.

 

Opponents to sand mining by Cemex in Marina bring a passionate presence to the California Coastal Commission meeting at the Hilton hotel in Scotts Valley Wednesday morning. Cemex has been mining sand from the ocean in Marina since 1965 and has never received a permit for the operation, which many believe is therefore illegal, is the only remaining coastal sand mine in the country.

 

CHISPA CEO Alfred Diaz-Infante supports lifting the deed restriction. "The families who built their homes deserve the opportunity to build equity," he says.

 

The Monterey County Sheriff's Office arrested two suspected child predators who worked with children at schools and summer camps. The first investigation focused on Matt Grenzebach.

 

A bass-heavy beat slips through the open door of The Oasis Recording Studio and out to the quiet air of Castroville's isolated industrial district. Business for the recycling plant nearby winds down on this weekend night, but for the artists of Strivin for a Buck record label, the work has just begun.

 

Stakeholders have hand in solving water woes Note the groups that are moving the desalination project forward Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2avZwMs About two weeks ago, the State Water Resources Control Board approved an extension of five years to the Cease-and-Desist Order for pumping on the Carmel River watershed by California American Water , the supplier of water to the Peninsula area residents and businesses. This provides time for the proposed desalination facility to be approved and constructed in the coming years, delivering an alternative water resource to the Carmel River watershed.

 

As part of a longer-term project, local officials at the Transportation Agency for Monterey County are proposing widening Highway 156 from two lanes to four. As part of a longer-term project, local officials at the Transportation Agency for Monterey County are proposing widening Highway 156 from two lanes to four.

 
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