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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

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(10:00) Santa Cruz - The City of Santa Cruz wants the communities help with updating the Local Hazard Mitigation Plan.  City officials are requesting that those who live and/or work in Santa Cruz fill out a survey to help plan for natural disasters.  Responses to this survey will help city officials evaluate what the major concerns are amongst community members, as well as how prepared people are for the next natural disaster.  It will also help the city to determine how best to mitigate the effects of natural disasters before they happen.  The Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Update for 2017-2022 can be found on surveymonkey.com.


 

(09:45) Big Sur - Checks were sent out Monday to help those impacted by the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge Closure.  As of yesterday, the Community Foundation for Monterey County had received $165,000 in contributions to its Big Sur Relief Fund and the Coast Property Owners Association had collected $82,000 in donations.   The new bridge is expected to cost 20 million and will take 6 to 9 months to build. 

(08:40) Santa Cruz - The Santa Cruz Police Department relaunched the Chief’s Advisory Committee yesterday.  The panel provides a forum for discussion and presents the Chief with a diverse spectrum of viewpoints represented by community members.   The Chief’s Advisory Committee further creates an avenue for greater understanding between police and community and promotes public input into the Department’s policies, strategies, and priorities.   The Santa Cruz Police Chief’s Advisory Committee consists of local leaders in the field of homelessness, mental health, education, faith, social justice, as well as neighborhood, business and community leaders.   The panel will meet monthly starting next month (April).  Positions on the Chief's Advisory Committee are voluntary and unpaid.

(06:40) Seaside - A man was stabbed in the neck at a motel in Seaside last night.  The incident happened at the Economy Inn on Fremont Street.  A woman was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.   The victim is expected to survive.   

 

(06:20) King City - Authorities reported that two shootings in less than eight hours took place yesterday in King City.   Police are investigating if the shootings are related and if they are affiliated with gangs.    The first shooting took place at King City High School.  An 18 year-old student was shot around 11:00 a.m. while he was sitting in the school parking lot.  2 gunmen are still being sought.  The second shooting took place at Silver Saddle Motel on Broadway Street.    Three juveniles were shot while standing outside the motel; one victim is in critical condition.  Two people have been detained from the evening shooting, but police are still looking for a third suspect.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the King City Police Department.

Several  Monterey  Bay  Area  counties  are  among  the  25  to  qualify  for  low-interest  disaster  loans,   to  help  repair  damage  from  the February  storms.     The  application  process  begins  tomorrow  morning  (Wednesday)  in  the  Disaster  Loan  Outreach  Center  on  the  2nd  floor   of  the  Santa  Cruz  County  Government  Center   at  701  Ocean  Street.     The  low-interest loans  are  available  to  businesses  and  residents  negatively  impacted  by  the  storms  and  flooding  between  February 1st and  25th.

Several  Monterey  Bay  Area  counties  are  among  the  25  to  qualify  for  low-interest  disaster  loans,   to  help  repair  damage  from  the February  storms.     The  application  process  begins  tomorrow  morning  (Wednesday)  in  the  Disaster  Loan  Outreach  Center  on  the  2nd  floor   of  the  Santa  Cruz  County  Government  Center   at  701  Ocean  Street.     The  low-interest loans  are  available  to  businesses  and  residents  negatively  impacted  by  the  storms  and  flooding  between  February 1st and  25th.

Several  Monterey  Bay  Area  counties  are  among  the  25  to  qualify  for  low-interest  disaster  loans,   to  help  repair  damage  from  the February  storms.     The  application  process  begins  tomorrow  morning  (wednesday)  in  the  Disaster  Loan  Outreach  Center  on  the  2nd  floor   of  the  Santa  Cruz  County  Government  Center   at  701  Ocean  Street.     The  low-interest loans  are  available  to  businesses  and  residents  negatively  impacted  by  the  storms  and  flooding  between  February 1st and  25th.

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