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This  week’s  Planning  Commission  meeting in Pacific  Grove  has  been  cancelled.  That’s  because  Pacific  Grove  residents  complained  that  the  Hotel  Durell,  as  currently  planned,  is  too  big  for  its  location….so  developers  have  ‘gone  back  to  the  drawing  board’.     The  meeting  has  tentatively  been  re-scheduled  for  May  3rd.

A  Special  Hearing  is  slated  to  be  held  in  Sand  City  Thursday  night,   regarding  a  mixed-use  development  planned  for  a  nearly  11-acre  area  just  east  of  Highway  1.     The  project  would  include  400  residential  units,   some  retail  shops,  and  the  city’s  first  hotel.    Right  now,   Sand  City  has  the  smallest  population  of  any  Monterey  Peninsula  city.    Thursday’s  special  hearing  is  scheduled  to  take  place  in  city  council  chambers  on  Pendergrass Way…beginning  at  7  p.m.

The  public’s  assistance  is  being  sought  in  identifying  a  dog-napper.   The  woman  who  took  the  9  year-old  Chihuahua  appeared  to  have  long  reddish-brown  hair,   and  tattoos  on  her neck  and  chest  area.    Her  image  was  caught  on  video  surveillance  footage  from  a  business  near  the  dog’s  Santa Cruz  home.    Anyone  with  information  on  the  woman’s  identity  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Santa  Cruz  Police  Department.

2  men  suffered  injuries  early  this  morning,  in  what  appeared  to  be  an  attempted  street  race  on  Highway  1.     19  year-old  Ray  Magana  suffered  major  injuries  when  his  southbound  vehicle  collided  with  the  vehicle  driven  by  23  year-old  Abel  Torres  Junior.     Torres  Junior  suffered  moderate  injuries.     Both  men  were  transported  to  area  hospitals.   both  lanes  of  southbound  Highway  1  were  closed  for  about  20  minutes  after  the  12:35  a.m.  crash.

Two  men  were  arrested  yesterday  morning  on  drug  and  gun-related  charges.  27  year-old  Archer  Kais,  and  30  year-old  Barry  Sumagang,  both  had  semi-automatic  handguns  on  them  when  they  were  arrested  by  Monterey county sheriff’s  deputies  yesterday.   Additionally,  Kais  was  in  possession  of  25  grams  of  cocaine.

TODAY  IS  THE  FINAL  DAY TO  EITHER  FILE  YOUR  I-R-S  TAX  RETURN….OR  FILE  FOR  AN  EXTENSION…..EVEN  THOUGH  THERE  HAVE  BEEN  PROBLEMS  WITH  THE    IRS  WEBSITE  TODAY.    TAX DAY FALLS ON APRIL 17 THIS YEAR BECAUSE APRIL 15 WAS A SUNDAY AND APRIL 16 WAS EMANCIPATION DAY,  A HOLIDAY IN WASHINGTON, D.C.     THE I-R-S TYPICALLY RECOMMENDS THAT TAXPAYERS USE ELECTRONIC FILING TO AVOID COMMON MISTAKES,  HOWEVER  WITH  THE  WEBSITE  NOT FUNCTIONING  PROPERLY,  PEOPLE MAY WANT TO MAIL THEIR  RETURNS  INSTEAD.   THEY  NEED  TO  BE  POSTMARKED  BY  THE  END  OF  THE  BUSINESS  DAY…..AND  THAT’S  TECHNICALLY  JUST MINUTES  AWAY.  WE’VE  HEAR  THAT  OfficialPayments.com  MAY  WORK….  FOR  THOSE  WHO  STILL  WANT  TO TRY  AND  FILE  ELECTRONICALLY.

A MAN, WHO HAS BEEN KNOWN AS A LOCAL AG INDUSTRY ICON,  AND AN AGRI-BUSINESS VISIONARY,  HAS DIED.     61 YEAR-OLD RICK ANTLE HELPED CO-FOUND SPRECKELS-BASED TANIMURA AND ANTLE PRODUCE COMPANY IN 1982.    ANTLE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE 2017 INTRODUCTION OF THE COMPANY’S STOCK OWNERSHIP PLAN (ALLOWING EVERYONE EMPLOYED BY T & A (FROM FARMWORKER TO MANAGEMENT) THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY INTO THE OWNERSHIP OF THE COMPANY.    UNDER HIS LEADERSHIP, THE COMPANY ALSO BUILT SPRECKELS CROSSING, AN 800-PERSON FARMWORKER HOUSING COMPLEX ON T & A PROPERTY.    IT HAS SINCE BECOME A BLUEPRINT FOR OTHER FARMWORKER HOUSING PROJECTS.

ANTLE WAS ALSO PROUD OF THE COMPANY'S EMPLOYEE RETENTION....WITH MORE THAN 15-HUNDRED EMPLOYEES WITH T&A FOR 10 YEARS, AND MORE THAN 400 PEOPLE WITH THE COMPANY FOR 20 YEARS.

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE CEREMONY IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN FOR RICK ANTLE  AT 2 P.M. FRIDAY APRIL 27TH,  AT THE TANIMURA AND ANTLE HEADQUARTERS IN SPRECKELS.

Three people were injured, two seriously, in a crash on Imjin Parkway and Abrams in Marina yesterday. Police say, the driver did not see the two people that were pulled off to the side of the road after a minor fender bender and hit them and their cars. It left two of the women seriously hurt.  The accident happened just after 8 p.m. on Monday, police believe no drugs or alcohol were involved. 

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