Jul 25

Monterey Bay Coast Guard Pier - Located between Fisherman’s Wharf and Cannery Row along the San Carlos Beach Park, the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Pier in Monterey serves not only as fully functioning homeport to USCG vessels – like the 110-foot USCG Cutter LONG ISLAND – but also as a popular seaside attraction.

Due to the constant exposure to saltwater, tidal surges, sunlight and other potential issues like debris and harsh weather, the engineering team needed a product that could handle the challenging environment and stand up to any unknown disturbances. In addition to addressing their need for handling saltwater, UV exposure and weather events, the light weight characteristics of the product helped make the demanding installation process easier and more cost-effective.

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Jul 18

Colton Hall Museum was originally a public school and government meeting place. It also hosted California’s first constitutional convention in 1849. California’s military governor called for a constitutional convention, to be held in Monterey’s Colton Hall. On September 1, delegates from ten districts arrived in Monterey to debate and write California’s first constitution.

The building was then registered as a California Historical Landmark in 1934.The most important public office building in Monterey County still in continuous use, Colton Hall has over the years housed Monterey’s City Hall, a public school, the county court house, the sheriff’s office, and Monterey’s city police headquarters.

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