Our neighborhood development designation started as Oak Knoll. The 1945 photograph compared to images from 1998 and 2016, graphically showing our tree loss. Pine pitch canker took almost all the pine trees. Something is killing the Oaks, whatever virus it is has a defined pattern, the majority of the survivors show the exact symptoms. Let’s […]
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President: Richard Ruccello Vice-President: Gary Carlsen Secretary:Mary Larkin Treasurer: Debra Maxwell Webmaster: Louis Algaze Board Members: Kimberly Svetich-Will Robert Yoha Paul Winfield Michael Brassfield Scott Dent Faith Dent NIP Representatives: Richard Ruccello Kimberly Svetich-Will -alternate Mike Brassfield -alternate
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 […]
– Successfully stopped the Airport Master Plan from using CONA streets as access to the new North side.
– CONA supplied complimentary lemonade to record 900 at Movie in the Park
– Installed Free Library at the Park
– CONA CERT now has 50 graduates
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 […]