A preview of the November 30, 2018,
        edition of The Carmel Pine Cone

Nov. 30 - Dec. 6, 2018


Dear Readers,

Carmel has a new mayor and city council tonight, after Dave Potter, Jeff Baron and Carrie Theis took their oaths of office Tuesday. What changes are they planning? Mary Schley has the answer.

A Carmel Valley man is under arrest for stabbing his parents and grandmother at their Quail Meadows home last weekend. Mary Schley has that one, too.

A garbage truck caught fire on Junipero Street Saturday and came very close to setting alight a popular restaurant and a stately oak. The very busy Mary Schley reports that story, as well.

An auditor will be inspecting the books of the city's hotels to make sure they're paying their taxes. After several sightings of mountain lions in various parts of town, there are suddenly lots of coyotes around. Monterey County farms may be responsible for the nationwide E. coli outbreak, the FDA says. It will cost the city more than $5 million to make its public buildings ADA compliant. A U.S. Forest Service wildfire protection plan is being called inadequate. Officials say one of the county's most popular tourist sites has become so popular, it's time to curtail access. We have the latest edition of our Healthy Lifestyles magazine, this time focusing on protecting your family's eyesight. And my editorial says that while there are many controversies about global warming, a couple of things about it are beyond dispute.

Paul Miller, Publisher
paul@carmelpinecone.com

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