• Pacific Grove City Council approves temporary extension of hours at Pt. Pinos Grill

    Five of the seven people on the dais agreed with the City Manager and the City Attorney that an “urgency ordinance” allowing the temporary extension of hours at Pt. Pinos Grill immediately and for 120 days was the most solid way the City could gather empirical data as to whether or not extended hours would work out. There would still be no hard liquor, no amplified music and no permanent lighting outside – matters that will doubtless be taken up by the Planning Department in February, 2012. But leaseholder Aqua Terra will now be allowed to test the waters for special events during the Holiday season. More tomorrow in the print version of Cedar St. Times.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on November 16, 2011

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