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Monterey County Office of Education Reports on State of Public Education

The Monterey County Office of Education released the 2014-15 Monterey County Education Report to the Community. The report is available online at www.montereycoe.org (under What’s New) and printed versions will soon be available by contacting MCOE at 831.755.0301.

“We are pleased to present the third annual Education Report to the Community. The intent of the annual report is to help the community better understand the progress of public education in Monterey County, and how the community can work together to support the education of all students,” said Monterey County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Nancy Kotowski.

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Dear Jon: The prospect of widening Highway 1

Dear Jon: The prospect of widening Highway 1

Tourists, residents and gridlock on our highways, especially on Highway 1 proves a headache for drivers on the Central Coast. If you drive through Moss Landing daily you know what gridlock can be during the rush hour. Kelly wrote to me and asks, “Dear Jon, we live in the richest state in the U.S. and Highway 1 is still just two lanes from Monterey to Santa Cruz. Are there plans to make it four lanes, as it should be?

State unveils a new web fishing guide

State unveils a new web fishing guide

SACRAMENTO, Calif. If you’re looking to hook a fish or two or more, you’ll want to access the new California Department of Fish and Wildlife online Fishing Guide. This new and improved service will help novice and experienced anglers plan successful fishing trips.

The new web fishing guide is faster and provides detailed information about fish plants and fishing locations. Perfect to land your catch of the day.

The new version of the guide is found on the CDFW website.

Alvarado Street Brewery and Grill Launches “Brews For Books” Benefitting The Monterey Public Library

Come out and celebrate “Brews for Books” the last Wednesday of every month at Alvarado Street Brewery and Grill while enjoying amazing house brews from our on-site brewery.  Sip a brew, support the Monterey Public Library and enjoy  the restaurants locally sourced and thoughtfully created, approachable food.  There will be appetizer specials throughout the night.

“Brews For Books” is a new monthly promotion that begins Wednesday, October 29th.  On the last Wednesday of every month, $1 from all house draft beers sold will be donated to the Monterey Public Library.  The Monterey Public Library, California's first public library, established in 1849, preserves Monterey’s memory and ensures a literate, engaged community for the 21st century.  Monterey also serves as a hub library for many residents of Monterey County and visitors from throughout California, the United States and beyond.

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Impact Monterey County Hosts Community Conversations

Impact Monterey County is celebrating Make a Difference Day by holding a series of Community Conversations in Greenfield. The event is meant to give residents the chance to say what would make our county the best possible place to live and work.

The conversations will be held from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm on Saturday, Oct. 25 at the Greenfield Community Arts Center at 215 El Camino Real and at the Binational Center for the Development of Oaxacan Indigenous at 239B El Camino Real.  Conversations will be held in English, Spanish and Triqui.

IMC hopes to collect data from thousands of people from neighborhoods throughout the county and of all ages. 

·         Survey: 3,000-4,000 – 3,702 people have already responded

Monterey Symphony Announces City Lights Concert: November 21-23, 2014

Single tickets now on sale for the Monterey Symphony’s second concert of its 69th Season, City Lights! The Monterey Symphony presents Charlie Vernon, bass trombonist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, as he showcases his talents in Lindberg’s Chick ‘a’ Bone Checkout, a signature piece written expressly for Vernon. The West Coast premiere of this work, as part of the Monterey Symphony’s City Lights concert, is a great tribute to the deep and powerful aspects of the trombone, and the raucous, great city of Chicago! Mr. Vernon is the first single trombone soloist in the Monterey Symphony’s 69-year history.  This concert will continue to transport you musically to colorful cities in Spain, the United States, and France; the entire concert is a tribute to the orchestra’s tremendous versatility.

Ford Ord Veteran's Cemetery gets big check for government

The Fort Ord Veteran's Cemetery recently got a big boost from the federal government with a check for more than $6 million dollars. 

Officials say there is still a lot more work to be done and the funds will only cover phase one of the cemetery.

There will be a 5th annul Heroes' Open Golf Tournament Saturday, November 8th at Ford Ord's Black Horse Course to raise more money.

For complete information go to www.uvc-mc.com . From there click on the Heroes Open logo in the center of the page.