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(08:00) Davenport - Last night the public was presented with 4 different choices on what to do with the former Cemex Plant that is located in Davenport.  The 4 proposed alternatives include Eco Lodging, recreational use, senior housing and clean technology use.  The county Board of Supervisors, planning commission and Coastal Commission will all be involved in selecting the final alternative for the plan.

 

 

(07;45) Monterey - The Caltrans Monterey Maintenance and Salinas Electrical crews announced they be performing electrical work on Highway 1 on Saturday.  The southbound Highway 1 #2 (right) and #3 (far right) lanes between Casa Verde and the Highway 68 interchange will be closed from 6:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m.   The Highway 68 eastbound off-ramp will be closed to traffic from 6 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.  For more information on this project and for traffic updates on other Caltrans projects in Monterey County, residents can call 831-372-0862.  

 

(06:55) King City - A man was stabbed last night in King City.  The incident took place just before 8 p.m. at a motel on the 10 block of Broadway Circle.  The 35 year-old victim was approached by 4 men who attached him and stabbed him once in the abdomen.  The victim is being treated with non-life threatening injuries at an area hospital.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the King City Police Department. 

 

(06:35) Salinas - The City of Salinas is holding a meeting tonight to discuss road improvements.   The project costs 7 million dollars and would include the areas of Bardin Road, Alisal Street, Alisal Road and Sconberg Parkway. The City will present the draft design which includes roundabouts, ADA enhancements, and new street lighting at crosswalks.  If the project is approved ground is scheduled to break June of 2018.  The meeting will be held at 6:30 tonight at Bardin Elementary School, 425 Bardin Road, in Salinas.

A  Santa  Cruz  man  has  been  awarded  the  British Government’s prestigious  Marshall  Scholarship.     That  means  that  25  year-old  Nathaniel  Dolton-Thornton  gets  a  full-ride   course  of  graduate  study  at  Cambridge.     He  plans  to  earn  a  masters  degree  in  geographical  research,  specializing biodiversity offsets.      Although  he’ll  do  his  schooling  in  England,     he  wants  to  come  back  and  work  on  a  biodiversity  offset  program  in  the  central  valley….which  is  run  by  the  Environmental  Defense  Fund.  

The  first  annual  computer  ScienceCoding,  And  Robotics  Jam  Session  was  held  recently  in  Salinas,  and  close  to  100  teachers  attended  it.     The  teachers  said  they  were  there  to  learn  those  skills,   so  they  can  pass  them  on  to  their  students.     Organizers,  and  members  of  the  Monterey  County  Office  Of  Education,   said  they  all  need  to  work  as  a  team  to  provide  the  technology  information  their  students  will  need  to  succeed  in  life.

More  than  20  thefts  from  cars  have  been  reported  in  Pacific  Grove  over  the  last  several  days.    Thousands  of  dollars  worth  of  items  were  taken  from  the  purportedly  unlocked  vehicles.  The  majority  of  thefts  were  done  near  or  on  SinexGrove  AcreCrocker,  and  Gibson  Avenues.   Surveillance  video  footage,  which  can  be  viewed  on  the Pacific  Grove  Police  Department’s  website,   showed  2  people  attempting  to steal  items  from  some  locked  cars.  Anyone  with  information  on  the  identity  of  those  people  are  encouraged  to  contact  the  Pacific  Grove  Police  Department.

More  cases  of  Hepatitis  A  have  been  reported  in  Monterey  county,  and  the  first  death  (related  to  Hepatitis  A)  was  recently  reported  in  Santa  Cruz  county.   That  patient  was also known  to  have  a  number  of  other  medical  issues  that  led  to  the death.    5  of  the  8  hepatitis  a  cases  in  Monterey  county  are  judged  to  be  from  local  transmission,  because  those  patients  did  not  travel  outside  the  area.   That’s  of  particular  concern  to  health  officials,   who  have  not  yet  determined  what  those  patients  had  in-common.

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