Public Citizen for Jul 05, 2007
Thursday, July 5, 2007
PG CITY COUNCIL | PACIFIC GROVE — City Council considers, among other items, allowing the private rental of Chautauqua Hall and approving programs to support tree planting and maintenance in the city. 6pm. Council Chambers, 300 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. Free. 648-3172.
MPUSD OPEN HOUSE | MARINA/SEASIDE — Monterey Peninsula Unified School District’s Summer Academy for Project Based Learning hosts an open house. Students display projects from different academic themes: curious minds (science and math), change agents (social science and language arts), future teachers (peer teaching), and masterpieces (language arts and visual arts). 1-3pm. Marina Vista Elementary School, 390 Carmel Ave., Marina; Martin Luther King School, 1713 Broadway Ave., Seaside. Free. 899-7157.
MEET THE NEW CHIEF | MONTEREY — Tim Shelby, the city’s new police chief, takes office. 10am. Maritime Museum, 5 Custom House Plaza, Monterey. Free. 646-5692.
A NEW GPU | SALINAS — County Supervisors will accept the final June 5 election results and may make a decision on a process to review some type of compromise general plan at today’s Board meeting. 10:30am. Supervisors Chambers, 168 West Alisal St., Salinas. Free. 755-5066.
<>FORT ORD CLEANUP | SEASIDE — Comment on the Army’s plan for the Track 3 Impact Area Munitions Response Area. It was used as military munitions firing ranges and munitions and explosives still litter the area. View the proposal online, FortOrdCleanup.com. 6-8pm. Embassy Suites Hotel, 1441 Canyon Del Rey Seaside. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org or 393-1284.
<>TECH BREAKFAST SEMINAR | SEASIDE — Alvarez Technology Group, Inc. hosts breakfast, and talks to business owners and managers about how advances in technology and workplace automation can better secure networks, and boost productivity and the bottom line. Reservations required. 8-10:30am. Embassy Suites Hotel, 1441 Canyon Del Rey, Seaside. Free. email@example.com or 753-7677 x1014.