A preview of the August 30, 2019,
        edition of The Carmel Pine Cone

Aug. 30 - Sept. 5, 2019


Dear Readers,

Yet another of those infamous skin care shops has opened on Dolores Street, but this time it’s having a hard time getting a permit to operate. Mary Schley reports.

Fake news is becoming such a problem, even bears are having trouble with it. Chris Counts has that one.

The Monterey Peninsula’s new water supply projects — reclamation and desal — took two major steps forward this week. Kelly Nix has the details.

A man was very lucky to be uninjured when his car flipped on its side and crashed into a tree on Serra Avenue. If you want to operate the city’s farmers market, you still have time to throw your hat in the organic, locally sourced, artisan apple crate. A body has been found and identified after a car went over a Big Sur cliff Saturday. A dispute has broken out about who gets to operate the Laguna Seca gun range. A well known developer has been sued over the water supply for his proposed hotel. Can you guess which local 97-year-old is bragging about being tougher than anybody in the NFL? Dennis Taylor reports about the hopes and expectations of the CHS girls’ volleyball team for the upcoming season. And my editorial says we can now see that some of the Peninsula’s water activists don’t want cheap water, they want no water.

Paul Miller, Publisher
paul@carmelpinecone.com

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