Jan 30, 2024

Celebrating 37 Years of Community Service

The NEXT Community Meetings on the Police Station Rebuild Project in City Hall are set for each Thursday through February....beginnig with this Thursday the 1st at 4:30,  then the 8th at 10:00, the 15th at 4:30, the 22nd at 10:00 and a Monday Feb 26th at 4:30.  These future dates may adjust some if needed. Please keep an eye on the City Meetings page for updates.

In advance of this upcoming community meetings, we recommend perusing the recent materials, slides, video's, press and reports - on our CRA page HERE. The history addressed in previous meetings and press coverage will also be compiled and included. 

This is the most significant in size and cost project on our Carmel-by-the-Sea docket in recent times and needs your comments, suggestions and concerns.

Next City Coucil Meeting Tuesday Febrary 6th - Agenda to be announced.  We know you can hardly wait - but you can visit the City Meetings page HERE on 1/31 or 2/1 for details. 

In case you missed it - CRA hosted Paul Miller for "The Carmel Pine Cone Inside/Out" ...a great January program, with a full house!

Check out the YouTube HERE to learn more how articles, placements, editorial and letters to the editor all end up in our Friday newspaper. This was a Behind the Curtain view into what makes this our Village weekly a “must read”.   More program details and photos can be found HERE

Coming up - Wednesday February 21st CRA is hosting our “Carmel’s City Directors - On Point” – a panel discussion, at the Carmel Woman’s Club, doors open at 6:30 PM.  Familiar staff names including Wright, Harary, Tomasi, and Swanson will be sharing updates and insights on projects and what's next. Open to the public. Details and current roster of questions can be found HERE.   And please submit your questions to [email protected].

Press on Carmel's No Addresses 

Los Angeles Times "small town beat" reporter and photographer came to town early in January with articles published January 22 & 23.  Check out this CRA webpage with a running tally of Carmel's address history, ideas on  accomodating our sometimes cumbersome tradition, recent meetings and articles (self-published and by the press).
Seperately - the City Staff is preparing more research on this topic - for public and City Council comments in the coming months.  

What Carmel Business Do You Love?

Each May at the CRA Annual Meeting - CRA recognizes a Carmel-by-the Sea business that goes above and beyond serving Carmel Residents. To be considered, they must hold a business license issued by the City of Carmel. To learn more about past recipients visit this page.  Email your recommendations to [email protected] by April 30th.

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