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A  28  year-old  forklift  operator  died  very early Monday,   when  his  rough  terrain  forklift  flipped  and  rolled  down  an  embankment  near  Soledad.      The  just  after  midnight  accident  occurred  along  Camphora-Gloria  Road.    The  forklift  driver  was  from  El  Centro.

A  9th  opium  poppy  field  has  been  found  on  the  central  coast.    Santa  Cruz  County  Sheriff’s  deputies  discovered  the  poppy  field  on  a  property  on  the  1000  block  of  Riverside  Drive  in  Watsonville.    The  field  included  about 400  poppy  plants,  that  had  been  planted  between  weeds  and  other  plants  as  cover.   The  property  has  been  vacant  for  over  90  days.   Spokesmen  for  both  the  Santa  Cruz  and  Monterey  County  Sheriff’s  Offices  say  their  Poppy  Investigations  are  ongoing.

1  person  died  in  a  fatal  accident  in  the  Carmel  Valley  this  morning.    The  crash  occurred  on Cachagua  Road, west of Tassajara  Road  around  11:30  a.m.   The  vehicles   involved  were  a  truck  and  a  motorcycle, and the motorcyclist  (68 year-old Salinas resident William West) was declared dead at the scene.

Watsonville Police Department is recruiting volunteers for its Post Incident Team. The group would work with officers to talk with residents and calm fears by dispelling any rumors and providing information on community resources. People interested in joining should call 831-763-5678 by June 15.

Commencement ceremonies for UC Santa Cruz are set to run through the weekend. Saturday will have six ceremonies, with the first starting at 9 a.m. with the last starting at 5:30 p.m. Sunday will feature four ceremonies, the first of which will start at  9 a.m. and the final ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. More information can be found at specialevents.ucsc.edu.

As the City of Santa Cruz searches for a new director of Parks and Recreation, officials are asking the public for input. Residents are asked to share their thoughts on the recruiting process at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Police Community Room at 155 Center Street. The director oversees the maintenance of city parks, the municipal wharf and all the recreational programs.

Hundreds swarmed the liquidation sale of Aptos Shoe & Apparel on Monday at the Capitola Mall. Shoppers had eagerly anticipated the liquidation sale after the store suddenly shuttered its doors on April 30. The store had seen steep declines in sales in recent years. The liquidation sale goes from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Thursday to Saturday.

Contract negotiations at Monterey Peninsula College broke down, prompting faculty to protest on Monday. Leaders at the Monterey Peninsula College Teacher’s Association say its members have been without a contract for five years. Leaders at the college say state funding has dwindled and the budget only allows for small raises.

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