Thursday, July 3, 2008
CARMEL VALLEY INCORPORATION | SALINAS—The Local Agency Formation Commission discusses the Carmel Valley incorporation issue. 3pm. Supervisors’ Chambers, 168 W. Alisal St., Salinas. Free. 754-5838.
HISTORIC RESOURCES REVIEW |SALINAS—The Monterey County Historic Resources Review Board reviews a proposed hotel located at 200 Punta Del Monte, Carmel Valley. 11:30am. Monterey County Administration Building, Second Floor, The Monterey Room: Side A Room 2092, 168 W. Alisal St., Salinas. Free. 755-5025.
MARCH FOR PEACE | MONTEREY—Join various groups marching for peace and social justice at this year’s annual Independence Day parade. Signs provided by each group. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom invites those who are “tired of war” to wear pajamas. Meet at #77 on Sargent Court off Cass Street, Monterey. Contact Sue Hubbard, 444-8645 or email@example.com. Peace Coalition of Monterey County invites all peaceful people to march. Contact Karen Araujo, 601-4564. Returned Peace Corp Volunteers meet at #59 at Hartnell and Cass streets, Monterey. Contact Jodie Hendricks, 241-8945 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Code Pink of Monterey supporters contact Hanan Shawar, 869-1694. 9:30am meet; 10am parade.
HABITAT RESTORATION | CARMEL—Harbor deeply-seated disdain for invasive plants? The California Native Plant Society offers the opportunity to channel that anger into action. Participants remove non-native plants along Gibson Creek, an area of Point Lobos not normally open to the public. Meet at Black Bear Diner, corner of Rio Road and Highway 1. 1-4pm. Free. 1-800-444-7275.
SAM FARR’S BIRTHDAY | MONTEREY—The Democratic Club of the Monterey Peninsula’s shindig brings constituents and public servant closer in a casual setting. 11am-3pm. Elks Lodge, 150 Mar Vista Dr. Monterey. $40/includes buffet lunch beverage and dessert; no host bar. 333-0101.
FORT ORD WORKSHOP | MARINA—Hear a status update on the former Fort Ord Landfill and other field activities at today’s community involvement workshop. 6:30pm. Marina Library, 190 Seaside Circle, Marina. Free. 393-1284.