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The  Monterey Regional Airport’s  board  has  decided  to  seriously  look  into  the  possibility  of  building  a  new  terminal.     To  that  end  board  members  decided  to  move  forward  with  an  environmental  impact  study  that’s  expected  to  take  18-24 months  to  complete.     Board members  say  the current  terminal  is  beginning  to  show  its  age,   and  may  not  be  able  to  continue  to  support  the  travel  needs  of  the  area.    The  site  they  are  looking  at  for  the  new terminal  is  where  the  current  long-term  parking  lot  is  located.   The  cost  of a  new  terminal  would  be  paid  for  from  the  airport’s  own  resources,  not  taxpayer  money.

Monterey  county  has  started  to  accept  applications  to  grow  or  sell  medical  marijuana.  The  application  process  is reportedly lengthy and includes  multiple  forms.  Recreational  cannabis  businesses  will  not  be  able  to  get  permits  until  state  licenses  become  available….which  isn’t expected  to  be  until  January  of  2018.

2  bodies  were found  today  in  Monterey  county.   The  first  was  found  inside  a  motor  home  that  caught  fire  today  on  Pesante  Road  in  Prunedale.    The  second  was  found  in an  old  Fed  Ex  delivery  van  that  had  been  parked  in  the  Salinas  K-Mart  store’s  parking  lot since  Friday.  

(10:35) Watsonville - Salinas Police are searching for a driver who hit a pedestrian and then fled the scene. The incident took place on November 17th, on West Alisal and Capitol Streets.  Surveillance footage showed the 57 year-old female victim was crossing the street when a red 2005 Dodge Neon hit her and didn’t stop.  The woman was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Watsonville police department.

(10:20) Monterey County - Hartnell College is offering a new program to help foster children.    Currently only 6 percent of students are from foster youth.    The new program, Guardian Scholars, was created to encourage the youth to pursue a college degree.    Hartnell College also provides training and education for all foster parents.   

(10:00) Watsonville -  Police arrested a gang member that was in possession of a loaded revolver.  The incident took place yesterday (Tuesday) in Watsonville just before 8 p.m.  Police were dispatched to the area of Clifford Avenue and Pennsylvania Drive after receiving a report of a domestic disturbance.  A nearby resident told police they saw Edgar Alfaro in a black Mercedes Benz holding a gun.  Police found Alfaro on Lassen way.  He was arrested and booked into Santa Cruz County Jail.

 

(09:35) Watsonville - The Watsonville Police have retired one of their K9 officers. The Watsonville police department held a retirement ceremony yesterday (Tuesday) to honor Ellex for his years of service to the community.  Ellex has been serving as K9 officer for the last 5 years.  During that time Ellex has helped with over 125 apprehensions and the recovery of two loaded firearms.  

(08:45) Chualar - Police are investigating a robbery that occurred in Chualar last night.  The incident took place just after 6:00 at the Taqueria Hidalgo on Grant Street.   The 40 year-old victim reported she was held at gun point.   

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