MONTEREY —  Some neighbors are expressing worries about what they see as negative impacts of a new stadium project at Monterey High School, impacts that both school district and high school officials say have been addressed or are unfounded. The stadium upgrades are part of a broader improvement project at the high school funded by a school facilities bond overwhelming approved by voters last year. Measure I generated $213 million for school facilities projects in the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District that included athletic facilities. Susan Nine, vice president of the Monte Vista Neighborhood Association and a retired teacher, said Wednesday that their concerns primarily revolve around new stadium lighting and parking next to the Pacific Street school. She referred to the proposed LED lighting on 70- to 80-foot poles as light pollution that would be “trespassing” into the neighborhood. School district Superintendent PK Diffenbaugh said the proposed lighting would generate less light over the neighborhood since they are more accurately directed onto the playing field instead of outside the stadium. The neighborhood association also expressed concerns that the lights wou...