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On today's Program:

UCSC PhD candidate Martin Rizzo spoke to Rosemary about legacy of Jose Vicente deLaveaga:

Jose Vicente deLaveaga, a native of Mexico, received business training in Germany before permanently settling with his parents in San Francisco in 1868. He was 24. He was a shrewd businessman, he spoke five languages and he acquired properties in San Francisco, Contra Costa, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties.

Santa Cruz was a favorite discovery, reminding him of his coastal hometown of Rosario, 40 miles south of Mazatlan. When he and his parents first visited Santa Cruz in the 1870s, they boarded at Andrew Trust's house on Lincoln Street, bringing their servants and doing their own cooking. They eventually made their local headquarters in the Joseph Pierrugues residence at Pacific and Maple streets.


Rosie spoke with the head of the Santa Cruz Water Department Rosemary Menard about Santa Cruz water policies during the drought, UCSC expansion, and water school:


Mandy Hart was in the studio with her little canine friend, Sasun, who needs a new home:

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Good Morning Monterey Bay, August 25 2014, Podcast and Highlights:

6:15 News and Current Events with Rosie and Rick
6:25 Rocky's Surf Report
6:38 Battle of the Sexes
6:45 UCSC Graduate Student Martin Rizzo
7:35 Good News
7:45 Sports Pub
8:15 Santa Cruz Water Department Director Rosemary Menard
8:35 SPCA's Mandy Hart
8:45 Ag Report with Michael Olson

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