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Cays Second Story Additions, Traffic Calming and Community Grants Discussed at City Council

The first City Council meeting of the new year had a short agenda, but several important issues were discussed. Rich Grunow, Director of Community...

Community Grant Fund Allocations Dominate Five Hour City Council Meeting

A highlight from the August 21, 2019 Coronado City Council Meeting was Mayor Bailey’s proclamation of Ashley Hope Linder and Carter Louise Graves Day....

Council Clarifies Community Grant Process and Hears More on Logos

The Coronado City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 7 began with awards and proclamations recognizing peace officers, biking, historic preservation and local students.Mayor Bailey...

Council Denies Logos, Undecided on Community Grants

The City Council meeting began with Mayor Bailey giving a presentation to Dispatcher Supervisor Jill Branch and Dispatcher Rachel Billeter proclaiming April 14 –...

City Council Has Many Items to Consider: Grants, Historic Preservation, Restaurant Parking

Mayor Proclaims Lori Stucki Day Mayor Bailey honored Lori Stucki, on her retirement, by proclaiming December 4, 2018 in her honor for her 26 years...

City Council Focuses on Dogs and Grants

People came out in droves to the Coronado City Council meeting on August 21 to show their opposition for the proposed dog park between the...

City Should Use Fiscal Prudence with Taxpayer Money

Submitted by Brad GerbelOn March 20th of this year, the Coronado City Council overhauled the Community Grant program by providing more oversight for taxpayers...

Full Funding for Coronado SAFE

Submitted by Georgia FerrellI’m writing with the hope that you can find the time before August 20th to complete the template letter to the City...

New Community Grant Policy Adopted; SAFE Carve-Out Proposed

For the first time in its history, the City of Coronado has a Community Grants Policy. At its meeting on Tuesday evening, the council...

City Council: Major Changes Proposed for Community Grants

For years the city council has given money to local nonprofit groups (the Community Grant program) without a set of guiding principles and rules....
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Acting on Our Principles

Submitted by Jim DeBelloWhile the soaring SpaceX launch this weekend lifted our spirits and re-ignited our faith to achieve greatness, we are brought back...

I See Your Colors

Submitted by Rebekah KobsAs the world is aching right now I know each family is trying to process things in their own way. For...

It Breaks My Heart

Submitted by Michael Emerson in response to George Floyd’s murderIt breaks my heart to write this down, It breaks it more to not. It breaks my...

Black Lives Matter – What Coronado Residents Can Do to Help

Submitted by Khara HarknessI am part of the 75% of white people that occupy Coronado.Coronado is currently at a complete stop. COVID19 is rapidly spreading across the world causing...

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Coronado Chalk Art Adds to Memorial for George Floyd (Video)

Using art, Coronado students came together today in a show of unity, doing their part to get the word out, be part of the...

The Gallery & Hemp Life Now Open

Mike Tepper was ready for his grand opening of The Gallery & Hemp Life when the world came to a halt. The opening of...

Vandemic Adventure: Hitting the Road to Explore a New World

At the beginning of March 2020, I had big plans. I would soon graduate college, fly to Europe and hike the Haute Route trail...

Dog Beach, Sunset Park and Cays Tennis Courts Approved to Open at Council Meeting

City Manager Blair King had lots of positive community updates to share in his opening report. Dog lovers will be ecstatic to learn that...

Peaceful Protests Hope to Spread the Black Lives Matter Message and Encourage Change

https://youtu.be/MDsTC4fJIhQLate this afternoon in Coronado, two separate peaceful demonstrations were taking place. One at the corner of Orange Avenue and Sixth Street where a...