Measure P was approved by 74% of voters in November, 2014. It authorized a 1% local district tax (sales and use tax) to be used “to address significant deferred maintenance by fixing streets, sidewalks, and potholes; improve related access and safety for senior citizens, disabled residents, and others; and repair its 100-year-old storm drain system to protect our beaches/Monterey Bay.
The June 2014 CONA Newsletter is now available.
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President: Richard Ruccello Vice-President: Gary Carlsen Secretary: Tuppence Cabot Treasurer: Darla Gustaitis Webmaster: Louis Algaze Board Members: Joe Cingari Paul Winfield Michael Brassfield NIP Representatives: Richard Ruccello Gary Carlsen-alternate Mike Brassfield-alternate Airport Representative: Kim Sretich-Will
ARTICLE I – MEMBERSHIP Section 1 The members of the Casanova Oak knoll Neighborhood Association (C.O.N.A.) shall consist of those persons either owning property or residing within the boundries of the Area of Primary Interest as described in Article II. Membership is open to both homeowners and renters of the area. A member in good standing shall be defined as… Read more →
Our neighborhood had an organization as far back as 1958, but there was a long period of inactivity on the part of our neighbors in the 70’s. In 1982 the problems facing our neighborhood started to accumulate. The Mahara condominiums brought them to a critical point. It was this project that focused residents on forming a renewed neighborhood association that… Read more →
The Casanova-Oak Knoll neighborhood, basically two distinct neighborhoods made up of Casanova and Oak Knoll, was annexed to the City of Monterey in February of 1949. Prior to annexation, it was a rural mix of farms, ranches, and small subdivisions. Until the late 30’s and into the 40’s, it was mainly oak-studded open space. The first actual recorded subdivision covered… Read more →
Monterey Peninsula Airport next to CONA has many planes taking off an landing throughout the day. Check out their Web Site for more information.
Fleet Numerical (FNMOC) is a military base in the neighborhood which collects weather data and distributes it around the country for weatherpeople to use in their reports.