An event which has been anticipated in our pages for
the past two weeks -- and hoped for in the whole
community for decades — came to fruition this week with
the announcement of a new agreement to provide water for
the Monterey Peninsula. Truly, it is a momentous
development, and Kelly Nix has the details.
The economy may have been on its heels for six years,
but the local real estate market has been recovering,
and last week a home in Pebble Beach sold that matched
the all-time record price for the county. I have that
A Carmel property owner who claimed her rights were
violated when a home was approved next door has had her
state and federal lawsuits dismissed. Mary Schley
A search and rescue team from the sheriff's office was
sent on the ultimate wild goose chase last week. A Big
Sur resident sued Caltrans for not letting him get home
from work. A beloved golf pro is being mourned at
Cypress Point. Carmel's named cottages are the subject
of a new Google map. And my editorial tries to take due
notice of this week's unprecedented water agreement.
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