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Santa  Cruz  county  election  officials  say  they  have  finished  tallying  all  of  the  Mail-In  Ballots  cast  by  Santa  Cruz  county  voters  November  8th.     The  next  step  is  tallying  the  approximately  7,500  Provisional  Ballots.    They  hope  to  have  their  final  tally  complete   by  Friday.

There  are  still  several  close  local  races….

  • As of Friday, Watonsville’s District 2 City Council race had Oscar Rios with 631 votes, while contender David Hermosillo had 622 votes. Watsonville’s District 6 race had incumbent Trina Coffman-Gomez with 957 votes and Doreen Martinez with 924.
  • For one remaining Capitola City Council seat, incumbent Ed Bottorff had 1,490 votes, while write-in candidate Sam Storey had 1,422.
  • Measure D, which requires more than 66.6 percent of the vote to pass, continues to hold slim approval, with 67.46 percent support.

Final certification of the November 8th election is expected to occur on December 6th

Monterey  police  officers  are  asking  for  the  public’s  assistance  in  connection  with  last  Wednesday’s  fatal  shooting.     That  after  28  year-old  Raul  Melendez  was  killed  while  on  Wave  Street  in  the  Monterey  Cannery  Row  area.   The shooting  occurred  just after 1:30 a.m.  

Monterey  police  officers  are  asking  for  the  public’s  assistance  in  connection  with  last  Wednesday’s  fatal  shooting.     That  after  28  year-old  Raul  Melendez  was  killed  while  on  Wave  Street  in  the  Monterey  Cannery  Row  area.   The shooting  occurred  just after 1:30 a-m.  

A  man  is  being  sought  in  connection  with  an  alleged  attack  on  a  woman  last  night  in  Salinas.     The  21  year-old  woman  reported  that  it  happened  just  after  7 p-m,   on  the  600  block  of  Hartnell  Street.     She  described  her  attacker  as  a  5  foot  7  inch  tall19  year-old,     Hispanic  man  who  weighs  about  175  pounds.    

A  man  died  after  he  crashed  the  vehicle  he  was  driving  in  Gilroy early  this  morning.   The  12:46 a.m. accident  caused  delays  on  southbound  Highway  101  near  Highway  25.    The  cause  of  the  fatal  incident  is  being  investigated.

A  local  rally,   to  support  the  protestors  at Standing  Rock  in  North  Dakota,   is  planned  for  Thursday  in  downtown  Santa  Cruz.   Protestors  say  they  want  to  bring  attention  to  some  of  the  banks  (and  other  corporations)  that  are  supporting  the  Dakota  Access  Pipeline.      The  local  rally  is  scheduled  to  be  held  at  the  Bank  Of  America   at   104  River  Street   from   9 a-m   until  5  p-m  December  1st.          Several  locals  have  suffered  injuries  there,   including  watsonville  native  Noah-Michael  Treanor,  who  graduated  from  Pajaro  Valley  High  in  2013;   and  2014  Santa  Cruz  High  Graduate  (and former U-C-S-C  student)  Gabriela  Benish-Kalna. 

3  people,  who  were  connected  with  a  boat  that  landed  at  Ano  Nuevo  State  Beach  Sunday,   were  detained  in  connection  with  a  suspected  drug  smuggling  scheme.   The  Coast  Guard  had  been  tracking  the  boat  before  it  landed……and  San  Mateo  County  Sheriff’s  Deputies  And  ICE  Officers  met  and  detained  the  people  at  the  landing  site.     The  investigation  of  this  case  is  ongoing.

(10:50) Watsonville - Watsonville will once again have a book store.   Kelly Pleskunas, who was the owner of the former Crossroads Books in Watsonville, was forced to close her doors last April when the LANDLORD declined to renew her lease.   The new book store, Kelly’s Books, will open on December 3rd and will offer gift items, cards, and books for all ages.  The grand opening will begin at 10 a-m and include a ribbon cutting ceremony as well as a raffle.  The new book store is located at the Watsonville Square shopping center at Main Street and Green Valley Road.   

 

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