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(08:00) Scotts Valley - The Scotts valley Police Department announced they are hiring for full time Emergency Dispatcher positions.  Some of the duties include: Answer 9-1-1 calls, screen and disburse emergency and non-emergency calls as appropriate, receive information via telephone, in person or over radio waves, then relay those facts accurately, as quickly as possible, for appropriate action and Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information in accordance with the law. 
For a full list of job requirements visit: scottsvalleypd.com.

(07:25) Salinas - The Salinas Fire Department has some holiday safety reminders: Be sure to inspect your holiday lights for cracked insulation, broken bulbs or other signs of damage.  Keep your tree well away from fireplaces, candles, and space heaters, or any other sources of ignition.  Have your chimney/flue inspected and cleaned.  Do not leave burning candles unattended.  Clean your oven regularly to avoid greasy buildup that leads fires in the oven.  Keep the BBQ outside.  Never use outdoor grills to keep warm inside.  Make sure you have functioning smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors with fresh batteries installed.  For more information visit: cityofsalinas.org. 

 

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Southern Salinas Valley/Arroyo Seco and Lake San Antonio-Including the cities of Greenfield and King City502 PM PST Wed Dec 6 2017

...FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM TO 9 AM PST THURSDAY...

The National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning, which is in effect from 3 AM to 9 AM PST Thursday 12/07/17.

  • TEMPERATURES...Overnight lows ranging from 24 to 30.
  • LOCATION...Inland valleys of southern Monterey County, including the southern Salinas Valley.
  • TIMING...Late Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
  • IMPACTS...Freezing temperatures can damage or kill plants that are sensitive to cold and damage water pipes.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Freeze Warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. These conditions will kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

A  19 year-old  man  has  been  sentenced to  spend  5  years  in  prison.   Abel Juan Perez  pleaded  guilty  to  charges  connected  with  stalking  and  domestic  violence.  This  is  the  2nd  time  he  has  faced  similar  charges.

Workers  at  Watsonville  Community  Hospital  are  gathering  signatures  in  hopes  of  getting  a  measure  on  the  November  ballot.  If  it  qualifies,  and  is  approved  by  voters,  the  Watsonville  accountable  and  affordable  health  care  initiative  would  prohibit W.C.H.  from  charging  more  than  15  percent  more  than  what  is  considered  the  “reasonable  cost  of  direct  patient  care”.    Nearly  1800  valid  signatures  need  to  be  collected  for  the  measure  to  qualify  for  the  ballot.

A  new  president  has  been  announced  for  Cabrillo  College.   Matthew  Wetstein  has  been  chosen  to  lead  the  community  college  when  current  President  Laurel  Jones  retires  at  the  end  of  the  year.     Wetstein  comes  to  Cabrillo  College  from  San  Joaquin  Delta  College  in  Stockton.

THE  “BACKYARD  BURN  SEASON”  HAS  BEEN  SUSPENDED  IN  MONTEREY  AND  SAN  BENITO  COUNTIES.  THE  “BURN  SEASON”  TYPICALLY RUNS  FROM  DECEMBER  1ST  THROUGH  APRIL  30TH…..BUT  DUE  TO  INCREASINGLY  HAZARDOUS  CONDITIONS  CAL-FIRE  HAS  CANCELLED  IT  UNTIL  CONDITIONS  IMPROVE.   WHILE  CAL-FIRE  CAN LIFT  THE  BAN,  EACH  JURISDICTION  CAN  OPT  TO  KEEP  THE  BURN  BAN  IN  PLACE  IF  THEY  FEEL  THE  CONDITIONS  IN  THEIR  COMMUNITY  ARE  STILL  DANGEROUS.

4  people  are  being  sought  in  connection  with  a  beating  and  stabbing  incident  last  night  in  King  City  that  left  a  man  with  non-life-threatening  injuries.   The  35  year-old  victim  was  reportedly  attacked  by  the  4  men  while  in  the  stairwell  of  a  motel.    His  attackers  are  described  as  a  3  thinly-built Hispanic men  in  their  20’s,  and  a  heavy-set  Hispanic  man  who  appeared  to be in  his  30’s.  Anyone  with  information  about  this  case  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Kind  City  Police  Department. 

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