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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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A  30  year-old  Chinese-born  pianist  is  scheduled  to  perform  this  weekend  with  the  Santa  Cruz  Symphony.      Yuja  Wang,  and  Santa  Cruz  Symphony  Conductor   Daniel  Stewart,  went  to  school  together  early  this  century  (and  the  fact  that  they  knew  each  other,   is  what’s  allowed  Wang  to  come  to  California  this  trip.       the  2  Santa  Cruz  Symphony  Concerts  are  scheduled  to  begin  at  7:30 p.m.  Saturday  at  the  Santa  Cruz  Civic  Auditorium  IN  SANTA  CRUZand  2  P.M.  Sunday  at  the  Henry  J  Mello  Center   in  Watsonville.  More  information  can  be found on-line  at:   SantaCruzSymphony.org 

The  Seagull  Abatement Program  may  be implemented  once  again  in  Pacific  Grove.    The  program  operated  in  2015,  but  not  last  year,  and  residents  have  commented.     Pacific  Grove  City  Council  members  plan  to discuss  bringing the  program  back.

The  name  of  a  man,   who  was  shot  and  killed   early  Saturday  morning  in  Salinas,   has  been  released.       39  year-old  Salinas  resident  John  Rodzach  was  shot  about  half  an  hour  after  midnight,  while  he  was  on the  100  block  of  North  Hebbron  Avenue.       Anyone  with  any  information  about  this  homicide  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Salinas  Police  Department.

Officials  with  schools  in  the  Salinas  City  Elementary  School  District  have  been  telling  parents,  that  absences  caused  by  students taking  part  in  a  national  movement  (and  striking  from  school  tomorrow),   will count  as  unexcused  absences.     That’s  when  people  are  expected  to  go  out  on  strike  from  work,  and  school  in  support  of  immigrants.     School  officials  are  asking  parents  to  consider  other  alternatives….such  as  having  their  children  wear  yellow….to  show  their support  of  the  national  protest.

A  Morgan  Hill  restaurant  has  been  instructed  to  pay  $120,000 in  fines  and restitution.      That’s  because  the  employees  substituted  a  less expensive  fish,  when  their  customers  ordered  a  more  expensive  type.   California  health  and  safety  laws  forbid  restaurants  from  misbranding  or  falsely  advertising  the  food  they  serve.    The  seafood  substitutions  took  place  between  October  of  2014  and  March  of  2016.     As  part  of  the  restitution  Odeum  is  offering  30  dollar  gift  certificates  to  all customers  who  ordered  Petrale  Sole  at  Odeum  during  that  month-  and-a-half.    To  get  the  gift  certificates,  customers  must  file  a  claim  form  by  may  31st  of  this  year.

A  man,  thought  to  have  killed  another  man  in  the  Trafton  Road  area  this  morning,  was  arrested  this  afternoon  in  moss  landing.   Jesus  Jose  Queseda  was  booked  into  Monterey  County  Jail.     Anyone  with  any  information  about  this  morning’s  incident  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Monterey  County  Sheriff’s Department.

(11:14) Santa Cruz - The Santa Cruz County Integrated Pest Management Departmental Advisory Group will be holding a public meeting on Friday.  The County is developing ecological alternatives to conventional pest control methods and working towards the long-term elimination of pesticide use on County property and by County departments.  The meeting will be held at 1:00 at the Simpkins Family Swim Center, 979 17th Street.  For more information on the County’s Integrated Pest Management program, contact County IPM Coordinator Josh Reilly at 454-4820.

 

(10:50) Santa Cruz - A local nonprofit was awarded over $32,000 from the Santa Cruz Vice Mayor David Terrazas yesterday.  Funds were collected for Hope Services from December 18th through 25th,  in the third annual Parking for Hope downtown holiday parking program.   The usual parking rates applied, however, the proceeds from street meters during these eight days were designated for donation to Hope Services, a Santa Cruz nonprofit that provides training and support services to adults with developmental disabilities.

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