• Historical plaque stolen from Brokaw Hall

    Sat., June 4 1:20 PM — One of the familiar green plaques which denote historical properties all over Pacific Grove has been stolen from dilapidated Brokaw Hall. The building is to be demolished, but that was not an invitation to take the plaque. The building and the plaque are City property and belong to everyone. The plaque would have been preserved. If you have it, or know about its removal or who has it now, contact Mayor Carmelita Garcia at 831-277-6320. You may return it to City Manager Tom Frutchey’s or the Mayor’s mailbox at City Hall. You may call Cedar St. at 831-324-4742 and leave word. We don’t have “caller ID.” No questions will be asked.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 4, 2011

    Topics: Current Edition, Front PG News


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