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In a lawsuit filed last week, Agha alleges that Armanasco used confidential information he obtained while working on behalf of Agha's own Moss Landing desal proposal to promote the nearby Deep Water Desal project. Agha also alleges Armanasco failed
February 25, 2014 Today, global demand-side platform The Trade Desk, Inc. announced $20M in Series B funding led by Hermes Growth Partners with additional participation from seed and Series A investor IA Ventures. The growth round will further power
The tree-cutting permit was also the subject of discussion at the panel's Jan. 28 meeting during which public testimony was divided. The city arborist is recommending removal of the tree at 307 Wood Street because of "advanced internal problems." The
21:24 PM PST Updated: 02/24/2014 02:21:25 PM PST A third meeting between Seaside and Palma could occur, but both teams would have to reach the Central Coast Section Division IV basketball finals. The Monterey Bay League Gabilan Division champion
The eighth annual "Singing Tree" festival in Pacific Grove on Dec...The 65-foot tree served as the centerpiece in the 40-minute musical presentation.
Land trust director leaving post After 10 years as executive director of the Big Sur Land Trust, Bill Leahy announced Friday he is stepping down to return to the East Coast to help care for his parents. "The Big Sur Land Trust and our local
02/21/2014 05:41:10 PM PST Updated: 02/21/2014 05:41:10 PM PST A retired Salinas deputy chief of police has taken an interim position with the Pacific Grove Police Department as the agency waits to fill one of two vacant commander positions.
The Monterey County Herald Herald Staff Report Posted: 02/19/2014 11:05:25 PM PST Updated: 02/19/2014 11:23:27 PM PST Perhaps a third meeting is needed to settle the score...What doesn't change is that both Carmel and Pacific Grove are Mission
Kampe didn't make any big news as he recounted the major issues facing the city water, pension costs, infrastructure maintenance and business vitality. But he appeared to reassure the audience of about 90 that the city government was doing its
The council postponed action on the golf course lease, which city officials say will benefit the city's finances, at its last meeting after the General Employees Association filed a complaint with the Public Employees Relations Board. On Wednesday's