Mary Adams Fireside Chat

1200 Aguajito Road, Suite #1, Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: (831) 647-7755
For Immediate Release – January 8, 2020
Supervisor Mary L. Adams invites Fifth District Residents to Chat
The issues don’t have to be ‘hot’ to share your thoughts with Supervisor Mary L. Adams at her upcoming Fireside Chat.
Fifth District Supervisor Mary Adams will host her first Fireside Chat of the new year on Wednesday, January 15thfrom 5:30 to 6:30 pm.  This Chat will be held in the Cypress Fire Station, located at 3375 Rio Road in Carmel. At this first meeting of the year, you are expressly invited to come and help shape the Supervisor’s priorities for 2020.
About Fireside Chats
Fireside Chats are informal meetings held by Supervisor Mary Adams throughout the 5thDistrict. Meetings are held in the evening to increase access of working people to their County Supervisor. All District residents are invited to bring any issue or concern of importance to them to discuss with Mary and her staff.  
Other 2020 Fireside Chats are scheduled for:
·      March 18, City of Monterey Fire Station – 600 Pacific St., EOC Room, Monterey, CA
·      May 20, Monterey Regional Fire District Office – 19900 Portola Drive, Salinas
·      July 15, Cypress Fire Station, Rio Road, Carmel
·      September 16, City of Monterey Fire Station, Pacific Street, Monterey
·      November 18, Monterey Regional Fire District Office, Portola Drive, Salinas
An RSVP isn’t necessary.

Census Takers

Besides the allocation of funds, perhaps even more importantly, at least to me, if that the every decade census allocates the 435 seats in the House of Representatives among the states and the districts within the states. This is critical in times like these.

The Census Bureau is Hiring for the 2020 Census!

Part time and full time positions are available in Big Sur paying more than $20 per hour. Earn extra money !  Make us all count.

You can apply online by visiting or attend the recruitment meeting at the Big Sur Library on January 11th from 10 am to 1 pm and apply in person.

The census is completely confidential and safe!

The census is about funding and power: The population count of Big Sur and all of Monterey County determines the amount of federal funding our communities receive for programs like free school lunch, road work and repair, medical services, food vouchers and general benefits.  The census will also determine the political boundaries of our region and the congressional representation we will have, the foundation of our democracy!
Community Association of Big Sur
also needs volunteers
 to help reach
our neighbors up and down the coast.
To answer this call to service, email
your interest to:
 Download a copy of the 2020 Census, Frequently Asked Questions HERE. (PDF, 1 Page, 382 KB)