A preview of the October 12, 2018,
        edition of The Carmel Pine Cone

October 12 - 18, 2018


Dear Readers,

City attorney Glen Mozingo has released more than 70 documents, photos and honors to buttress what he said on his resume about his background and experience. Mary Schley has the details.

Bertie Elliot has announced a $2.3 million donation to PacRep theater to fund the renovation of the Golden Bough Theater. Mary Schley has that one, too.

An internationally renowned hotel brand will be taking over management of Carmel Valley Ranch and the Ventana Inn. Chris Counts has the scoop.

Two-dozen Monterey County residents were included in the recently disclosed group of Californians who were registered to vote by the DMV even though they weren't eligible. A manhunt is underway for the people who brazenly tried to steal the ATM from the Mid-Valley Safeway early Wednesday. More controversy in the run-up to the November election as sign vandalism continues and a judge orders the Cal Am takeover group to modify its campaign materials. Candidates for the CUSD board are explaining how they think the schools should change, and the people who want to serve on the Pacific Grove city council are laying out their positions on the issues that city faces. A fundraiser has been set to help buy the Carmel Valley airport. A Big Sur bridge is scheduled for repairs to undo 80 years of corrosion. Bus service has arrived in Monterey County for pets. And my editorial explains what city attorney Glen Mozingo needs to do to restore the public's trust.

Paul Miller, Publisher
paul@carmelpinecone.com

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