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California is on-track for a $7 billion budget surplus in the coming fiscal years.

California is on track for a $7 billion budget surplus in the coming fiscal years.

The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office released its outlook for the 2020-2021 fiscal budget Wednesday. The state is also expected to have an $18.3 billion dollar balance in its rainy day fund by the end of the 2021 fiscal year.

The $7-billion surplus can be used during the upcoming state budget process without impacting the rainy day fund.

 

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Monterey County Foundation 11/21/19A 10:43 S.S.

2  organizations  in  Monterey  county  are  set  to  receive  a  windfall  that should  help  both for  many  years.      A  Pebble  Beach  man,  who  died  in  2017,   left  his  home  to  the  Community  Foundation  For  Monterey  County,   with  the  express  instruction  that  his  home  (on  17  Mile  Drive)  be  sold,  and the  proceeds  be  split  between  Montage  Health  Foundation  and  The  S.P.C.A.  for  Monterey  County.    When  the  home  sold  this  month  it  netted  18  million  dollars,  which  means  that  the  money  will  generate  about  $800,000  per  year  in  interest.  That  money  will  allow  the  S.P.C.A.  to  build  a  new  building  for  rescued  pets  that  need  long-term  care.

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Fort Ord Regional Trail 11/21/19A 08:20 S.S.

A  nearly  2-month  public  review  period  has  begun  for  a  draft  environmental  impact  report.    That’s  for  the  Fort  Ord  Regional  Trail  And  Greenway  Project  that  would  include  a  26  mile-long,  12  foot-wide paved  bike  and  pedestrian  path,  along  the  former  military  base.    It  designed  to  connect  the  cities  of  MarinaSeasideDel  Rey  Oaks,  And  Monterey  Bay  With  CSU-Monterey  Bay.    It  would  also  connect  with  the  Monterey  Bay  Coastal  Recreational  Trail.

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MBAQ Free Wk To Residents 11/21/19A 08:02 S.S.

Residents  of  Santa  CruzMonterey, And  San  Benito  counties  will  be  able  to  go  to  the  Monterey  Bay  Aquarium  for  free  for  a  week  in  December.      As  part of  the  celebration  of  the  Aquarium’s  35th  anniversary,  locals  can  wander  inside  the  aquarium  for  free  from  December  7th  through  the   15th.      Locals  who  wish  to  take  advantage  of  the  free  entrance  (from  10  a.m.  to  5  p.m.  each  day)  must  show  a  present  ID,  and  proof  of their  current  residence.

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Eco-Resort Violations Fixed 11/21/19A 07:33 S.S.

The  violations  of  the  California  Coastal  Act,  that  took  place  at  the  Monterey  Bay  Shores  eco-resort,  were  swiftly  taken  care  of  once  the  developer  was  notified.   The  violations  included  people  driving  all-terrain  vehicles  on  the  beach  near  the  endangered  Western  Snowy  Plovers...which  are  a  small  shorebird  that  nest  on  the  beach.    The  resort,  which  will  be  designed  using  the  latest  smart-building  technologies  including  alternative  energy  systems,  a  graywater systemgreen  roofs  and  living  walls,  sits  on  39  acres,  and  is  expected  to  include  184  hotel  rooms92  hotel condominium  units92  residential  condominiums,  a  spa2  restaurants,  and  conference  space

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