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U.S. Forest  officials  have  reduced  the  fire  restrictions  in  the  Los  Padres  National  Forest.    They’ve  dropped  the  restrictions  from  Level  4 to  Level  2…effective  immediately.   Under  Level 2  fire  restrictions  campfires  and  charcoal  barbeques  are  permitted  in  all  developed  campgrounds  (aka  designated  campfire  use  sites).    Also  under  Level  2  restrictions,  a California  campfire  permit is  required  to  use  portable lanterns (or stoves) using gas, jellied petroleum, or pressurized liquid fuel outside of developed campgrounds.   Those permits  can  be  picked  up  at any Forest Service (or Cal Fire office),  or downloaded for free from the Los Padres National Forest website.

A  man   is  in  stable  condition  after  he  was  shot  in  the  legs  last  night  in  Santa  Cruz,     and  the  trio  (who  included  the  shooter)  are  still  being  sought.     The  9 p-m  incident  occurred  along  the  San  Lorenzo  River  Levee  near  Broadway  Avenue.     The   victim  was  air-lifted  to  a  Bay  Area  trauma center.     The  2  black,  and  1  white  thieves,   were  described  as   being  20-25  years-old.      Anyone  with  any  information  about  the  shooting,  or  the  shooter,  is  encouraged  to  contact  the Santa  Cruz  Police  Department.  

A 28 year-old Gilroy woman, and her 44 year-old passenger from Soquel, were arrested today.    That after the 2,  who  both  had  outstanding  warrants  for their arrest,  were  taken  into  custody  during  a  traffic  stop  on  41st Avenue.  Lindsay  Heinzen  and Jorge  Rodriguez were booked  into Santa Cruz County Jail.

Thursday  is  World  Aids  Day,  and  2  awareness  advocates  spoke  about  their  ongoing  concerns  (about  its  continued  spread) yesterday,  at  an  event  at  C-S-U-M-B.    About  37  million  people  worldwide  are H-I-V  positive,   and  Latina  women  are  contracting  H-I-V  at  an  increasing  rate.  

A  21  year-old  man  is  being  sought  in  connection  with  a  Sunday  night stabbing  in  Salinas.   Finees  Ruiz  is  believed  to  have  stabbed  a  19  year-olds  multiple  times,  while  the 2  were  in  the  Ross  parking  lot  on  North  Main Street.    Anyone  with  information  on  Ruiz’s  “whereabouts”, or  the  stabbing,  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Salinas  Police  Department.

Santa  Cruz  county  election  officials  say  they  have  finished  tallying  all  of  the  Mail-In  Ballots  cast  by  Santa  Cruz  county  voters  November  8th.     The  next  step  is  tallying  the  approximately  7,500  Provisional  Ballots.    They  hope  to  have  their  final  tally  complete   by  Friday.

There  are  still  several  close  local  races….

  • As of Friday, Watonsville’s District 2 City Council race had Oscar Rios with 631 votes, while contender David Hermosillo had 622 votes. Watsonville’s District 6 race had incumbent Trina Coffman-Gomez with 957 votes and Doreen Martinez with 924.
  • For one remaining Capitola City Council seat, incumbent Ed Bottorff had 1,490 votes, while write-in candidate Sam Storey had 1,422.
  • Measure D, which requires more than 66.6 percent of the vote to pass, continues to hold slim approval, with 67.46 percent support.

Final certification of the November 8th election is expected to occur on December 6th

Monterey  police  officers  are  asking  for  the  public’s  assistance  in  connection  with  last  Wednesday’s  fatal  shooting.     That  after  28  year-old  Raul  Melendez  was  killed  while  on  Wave  Street  in  the  Monterey  Cannery  Row  area.   The shooting  occurred  just after 1:30 a.m.  

Monterey  police  officers  are  asking  for  the  public’s  assistance  in  connection  with  last  Wednesday’s  fatal  shooting.     That  after  28  year-old  Raul  Melendez  was  killed  while  on  Wave  Street  in  the  Monterey  Cannery  Row  area.   The shooting  occurred  just after 1:30 a-m.  

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