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Dennis Donohue’s Endorsement of 2013’s Measure K.


Heads up District 4 voters! A recent Dennis Donohue mailer used nice buzzwords like “smart growth”. Voters should recall, however, that Donohue attached his name to an official endorsement of 2013’s Measure K. https://web.archive.org/…//securethepromise.org/endorsements Measure K was an attempt to re-write the Fort Ord Base Reuse Plan to specifically accommodate the Monterey Downs project. It […]

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Monterey Downs Developers Plan For Taxpayers to pick-up the bill for Horse Racing track.


Heads up! Now Downs developers want taxpayers will pick-up the bill for the Horse Racing track. http://www.montereycountyweekly.com/news/local_news/monterey-downs-developers-suggest-race-track-could-be-publicly-funded/article_b1cd5ac2-ebae-11e5-bc86-f3be36d8ba63.html   Share/Bookmark

Dennis Donohue’s Endorsement of 2013’s Measure K.


Heads up District 4 voters! A recent Dennis Donohue mailer used nice buzzwords like “smart growth”. Voters should recall, however, that Donohue attached his name to an official endorsement of 2013’s Measure K. https://web.archive.org/…//securethepromise.org/endorsements Measure K was an attempt to re-write the Fort Ord Base Reuse Plan to specifically accommodate the Monterey Downs project. It […]

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Monterey Downs Mirrors Epic Failure of Pinnacle Race Course in Michigan


  Think Monterey Downs and horse racing will bring economic prosperity to Fort Ord and the Monterey Peninsula? Does this story sound familiar? Are you listening Monterey County? Are you listening Seaside? Pinnacle Race Course was a failed attempt to start a new thoroughbred horse racing track in Huron Township, Michigan. The track was built on land owned […]

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Monterey Downs EIR: Horses will get 75 gallons per day while local humans face mandatory rationing


According to the recently released Monterey Downs EIR, horses like this and their buddies will get 75 gallons per day. Meanwhile local humans are on mandatory rationing as the drought enters its fourth year. No wonder the horse is laughing.   Share/Bookmark

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Extraordinary 1992 Fort Ord Parklands Document Reveals Early Public Vision To Preserve Parker Flats


      Fort Ord Parklands Group Vision Statement: January 1992 To make the size of the documents manageable, this large document has been divided into three parts.  – – – Part 1 is the text in which relevant parts have been highlighted. Part 2 contains the figures and tables.  Part 3 has the references […]