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Public Comment Sought on Draft 2020 Public Art Master Plan

The Cultural Arts Commission is seeking public comment on a draft of the 2020 Public Art Master Plan. In 2018, the City’s Cultural Arts Commission initiated a strategic planning process. Coronado CREATES presents a vision and pathway forward in continuing to develop arts and cultural resources for the community. The strategic plan was received by […] The post Public Comment Sought on Draft 2020 Public Art Master Plan appeared first on Coronado Times.

Pets of the Week: June & Cash, a Bonded Canine Pair for Adoption

June and Cash Will Walk the Line that Leads to your Heart… Epic duo June and Cash were found as strays wandering together on Isabella Avenue. This bonded pair is looking for a quiet and comfortable forever home where their new people can build up their confidence and shower them with the love they deserve. […] The post Pets of the Week: June & Cash, a Bonded Canine Pair for Adoption appeared first on Coronado Times.

Coronado Boy Scout Troop 801 Promotes Four Eagle Scouts

On Saturday, April 22, 2020, Troop 801 held an Eagle Court of Honor Ceremony aboard USS Midway. Many congratulations to John Cook, Roman Goodmanson, Sean Michael Marsh and Aiden Sardiello. Scoutmaster Joe Mullins, Mayor Richard Bailey and CMS Principal Karin Mellina were all in attendance. Submitted content The post Coronado Boy Scout Troop 801 Promotes Four Eagle Scouts appeared first on Coronado Times.

Nick Kato and Mayor Richard Bailey Conversations (Video)

Submitted by Nick Kato Here are some video highlights from my conversation with Mayor Richard Bailey.   View the entire conversation here and learn more why I’m running for School Board. Submitted by Nick Kato The post Nick Kato and Mayor Richard Bailey Conversations (Video) appeared first on Coronado Times.

Rotary Emphasizes Supporting the Environment

Coronado Rotarians put “Supporting the Environment” into action on a steamy Saturday morning along the Silver Strand bike trail. Ivan Dunn, Rick Wilcoxon, and Frank Spitzer donned Rotary vests and took trash cans, “grabbers,” and gloves along with their masks to clear trash from the bike trail. In just a few hours, they picked up […] The post Rotary Emphasizes Supporting the Environment appeared first on Coronado Times.

Nick Kato Rolls Up His Sleeves: School Board Candidate Talks Budget, Diversity, and Teacher Compensation

Nick Kato is new to town, but he’s not wasting any time getting to know people. In fact, he’s chatted up some of the biggest names on the island, including Mayor Richard Bailey, former mayor and candidate for Coronado City Council Casey Tanaka, CUSD Superintendent Karl Mueller and Coronado Schools Foundation CEO Jeanmarie Bond. It’s […] The post Nick Kato Rolls Up His Sleeves: School Board Candidate Talks Budget, Diversity, and Teacher Compensation appeared first on Coronado Times.

The Buzz Around Town: New Fundraiser from CSF Might Land on Your Lawn!

The busy bees over at the Coronado Schools Foundation (CSF) aren’t wasting any time making sure Coronado students have access to exceptional learning opportunities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and the Arts. In fact, starting on the very first day of school on August 27, 2020, several swarms of mischievous bees will be […] The post The Buzz Around Town: New Fundraiser from CSF Might Land on Your Lawn! appeared first on Coronado Times.

Coronado Crime Report (August 8 through August 14)

The information below is provided weekly from the Coronado Police Department and then summarized for publication. Crimes: Battery Report on Second Street Reporting party’s 25-year-old son had been drinking and became physical with the reporting party’s other son. Driving Under the Influence near 1000 block of Orange Avenue Suspect was seen walking out of a […] The post Coronado Crime Report (August 8 through August 14) appeared first on Coronado Times.

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