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Rancho Cañada Fundraising Complete, Acquisition Next
The Trust for Public Land reached its $11 million fundraising goal to acquire the Rancho Cañada project.  Most of the site will transfer to the Monterey Regional Park District. (03.10.17)

What Next in Seaside?
With Monterey Downs withdrawn, the City of Seaside considers what to do next?  Things that maybe considered Monterey Horse Park, the Veteran’s Cemetery, or something in the new General Plan. (02.21.17)

Association Relays Flood Plans Are Non-Existant
The Carmel Valley Association has written a fact-based article on why the concerns about the potential flooding near Rancho Cañada are unfounded because the County actually needs to finish its flood management efforts or show the project with and without the flood protections in place. (02.03.17)

Residents Plan to Hold Association Liable if Area Floods
The Carmel Valley Association filed a lawsuit over the proposed Rancho Cañada project.  Now, the attorney for the neighbors has put the Association on notice that if this lawsuit delays flood protection they will sue them. (01.27.17)

Carmel Valley Association Sues on Rancho Cañada
After the Board of Supervisors approved the Rancho Cañada project with a 4-0 vote, the Carmel Valley Association filed a lawsuit against the County and developer contesting the 130 unit project. (01.16.17)

Commission Denies Rancho Roberto Project
In a 9-0 vote the Coastal Commission denied the Rancho Roberto Project due to its direct conflict with the Local Coastal Program and Land Use Policies. (01.16.17)

Fort Ord Reuse Needs Still Exist
Even though Monterey Downs is dead, there are still unanswered questions about the future of the Fort Ord and how those reuse plans will be implemented. The cemetery, future investments and maintenance of the open space are just a few things on the list. (12.05.16)
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