Pacific Grove city council members are expected to weigh-in on a variety of issues when they meet tomorrow. Among other things, they are looking into the formation of a Regional Joint Powers Authority, to handle future fire services in the city; whether the Architectural Review Board, or the Historic Resources Committee, will handle future issues on historic sites in Pacific Grove; and if there should be a new policy (or ordinances) created regarding the use of leaf blowers in the city.
Free admission, to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, is being offered to tri-county residents this holiday season. Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito county residents, who bring a photo id, and proof of residency (or students who attend any tri-county area university or community college) can visit the Aquarium between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
A man, who stole from a car dealership he had been fired from, has been arrested. The man faces possible charges of embezzlement and possession of stolen property. Anyone with information on this case is encouraged to contact the Morgan Hill Police Department.
A man was arrested at a Santa Cruz high school this morning. 27 year-old Milton Miller was arrested after he walked onto the Natural Bridges High School campus with a machete on his back. Miller was asked to leave the campus, and he was arrested nearby.
(08:55) Santa Cruz County - Caltrans announced daytime full road closures of Highway 35/Skyline Road in Santa Cruz/Santa Clara Counties for slip out repairs will continue through next Tuesday. The construction project is taking place between the junction of Bear Creek Road/Skyline and Thompson Road with full daytime closures weekdays from 6 am to 6 pm. For traffic updates in Santa Cruz County visit dot.ca.gov.
(08:00) Santa Cruz - A juvenile was arrested over the weekend after he was caught with a gun. The Santa Cruz County Anti Crime team came across the 15 year-old as he abruptly ran in front of their vehicle on the 100 block of Park Place, in the Beach Flats area. Officers attempted to contact the juvenile, but he fled when ordered to stop. After a short foot chase the juvenile was caught, and he was found to be in possession of a firearm, marijuana and evidence of gang participation. Anyone with information on this case or any other gang related case is encouraged to call (831) 454-2320.
(07:20) Capitola - The Capitola Police Officers’ Association presented WomenCare with a check for $13,000. The Association raised money throughout the month of October in an effort to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer. Money was raised from pink Patch Sales, donations from local businesses, the Capitola Public Safety and Community Service Foundation, the city of Capitola, and donations from community members. WomenCare is a local charitable organization that provides emotional and financial support to individuals fighting cancer in Santa Cruz County. For more information on WomenCare visit: fsa-cc.org.
A Castroville man has become the first Monterey county resident to win both the Big Sur Marathon, and The Monterey Bay Half Marathon. 31 year-old Daniel Tapia won Sunday’s race with a time of 1 hour, 3 minutes and 35 seconds . Tapia was running the 13.1 mile race in a field of 50 elite runners.
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