• Tighter COVID Restrictions Coming

    It’s likely that in the next couple of weeks the State of California will direct some businesses in the Bay Area region (including Monterey County) to close or further restrict commercial activity. Hotels will be allowed to open only for “critical infrastructure support.” Restaurants will be allowed to serve customers “only for take-out, pick-up, or delivery.” Retail and shopping centers will be limited to 20% capacity with entrancing metering. Hair salons, barbershops, and personal care services will close.
    More information about the looming restrictions is available on this State of California website: https://covid19.ca.gov/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs/ .Obviously this is yet another blow for local businesses and the people who work for them. But our hospitals in Monterey County are among the many hospitals in California experiencing a significant rise in patients. The need to “flatten the curve” is again highly relevant.

    • Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce

    posted to Cedar Street Times on December 4, 2020

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  • 416 Fountain Av, Pacific Grove

    This charming two-bedroom, two-bath 1325ft2 Victorian built in 1905 has a historical plaque. It has been thoroughly renewed with lovely wide plank original floors freshly refinished. A living room with high ceilings and bay windows, fireplace with mantel and gas logs, formal dining room, kitchen with gas stove, d/w, disposal, pantry cabinet, French doors opening to enclosed back paver courtyard, lockable walk-in and bike access gate. New tankless hot water heater. New laminated wood floors in kitchen, baths and laundry. Renovated attic bonus room with skylights and closet adds about 350 usable sq ft. Ocean view from front yard and street. Short walk to quaint PG village, restaurants, theater shopping, and Robert Down Elementary school.
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