The top of Cerrito Peak offers a view of Morro Rock between euclayptus trees. A portion of Cerrito Peak, a rocky promontory that provides a scenic view above a residential neighborhood in Morro Bay will now be preserved as open space after the City Council voted to spend $350,000 in emergency funding to purchase the land.
The top of Cerrito Peak offers a view of Morro Rock between euclayptus trees. A portion of Cerrito Peak, a rocky promontory that provides a scenic view above a residential neighborhood in Morro Bay will now be preserved as open space after the City Council voted to spend $350,000 in emergency funding to purchase the land. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
The top of Cerrito Peak offers a view of Morro Rock between euclayptus trees. A portion of Cerrito Peak, a rocky promontory that provides a scenic view above a residential neighborhood in Morro Bay will now be preserved as open space after the City Council voted to spend $350,000 in emergency funding to purchase the land. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Thank you, Morro Bay City Council, for voting to purchase land atop Cerrito Peak

May 27, 2017 07:54 PM