• Emergency Evacuation DRILL at Aquarium Tue., Oct. 28

    Aerial map of evacuation drillOn Tuesday October 28 The Monterey Bay Aquarium will be conducting an annual emergency evacuation drill. This exercise will simulate an actual evacuation of staff, volunteers and guests to the initial evacuation gathering site which is the recreational trail adjacent to MBA properties. The MBA staff is working with the City of Monterey in the partial closure of the recreational trail to facilitate this exercise. They plan to close the recreational trail from approximately 8:15 am to 8:45 am between David Ave and Eardley Ave. The temporary closure will move the free flow of recreational trail bicycle and pedestrian traffic to David Ave where this traffic will be temporarily detoured south to the sidewalk on Wave Street –Ocean View Blvd. MBA staff will barricade the recreational trail between David Ave and Eardley Ave. MBA will provide the barricades and staff to assist with the detour to ensure this event does not overly disrupt regular recreational trail traffic. This exercise should have minimal impact on the Pacific Grove portion of the recreational trail.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 27, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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