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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

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Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

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(09:30) Santa Cruz - The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour begins in Santa Cruz today.  The 4 day film festival will feature mountain climbing, boating, cycling, skiing, and skateboarding.  The Festival takes place at 7 p.m. at the Rio Thursday through Sunday.  Friday and Saturday events are sold out.  Tickets are $20 for the general public and $18 for students, for Thursday and Sunday programs.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.brownpapertickets.com.  Ticket sales benefit the UC Santa Cruz Wilderness Orientation Scholarship Fund.

(08:45) Santa Cruz & Monterey Counties - PG&E is still working to restore power along the Central Coast.  As of 8:00 this morning PG&E reported that there are over 5000 customers without power.  A spokesperson with the company reported that this is the largest number of PG&E workers and equipment that has ever been deployed to Northern California in history.  Crews are working day and night to restore power.  We will keep the public updated as more information becomes available. 

(07:45) Santa Cruz - A man was arrested after he led officers on a short pursuit in a stolen vehicle on Tuesday.  The incident happened just before 3:00 p.m. on the Westside of Santa Cruz.   Police located 46 year-old Charles Nelson in a stolen ford pickup truck on Chico Street.  Police reported that Nelson speed off and abandoned the truck on West Cliff and Cowell.  Nelson was located inside the Dream Inn.   Nelson was arrested and transported to jail for vehicle theft, reckless driving, and violation of probation.

 

MONTEREY  COUNTY  RESIDENTS  (AND  BUSINESS  OWNERS),   WHO  HAVE  SUFFERED  STORM  DAMAGE  TO  THEIR  PROPERTY  (OR  BUSINESSES),   ARE  ENCOURAGED  TO  UTILIZE  THE  OFFICE  OF  EMERGENCY  SERVICES  DISASTER  RESOURCES  DIRECTORY…..OR  CALL  THE  MONTEREY  COUNTY  OFFICE  OF  EMERGENCY  SERVICES.

MONTEREY  COUNTY  RESIDENTS  (AND  BUSINESS  OWNERS),   WHO  HAVE  SUFFERED  STORM  DAMAGE  TO  THEIR  PROPERTY  (OR  BUSINESSES),   ARE  ENCOURAGED  TO  UTILIZE  THE  OFFICE  OF  EMERGENCY  SERVICES  DISASTER  RESOURCES  DIRECTORY…..OR  CALL  THE  MONTEREY  COUNTY  OFFICE  OF  EMERGENCY  SERVICES.

MONTEREY  COUNTY  RESIDENTS  (AND  BUSINESS  OWNERS),   WHO  HAVE  SUFFERED  STORM  DAMAGE  TO  THEIR  PROPERTY  (OR  BUSINESSES),   ARE  ENCOURAGED  TO  UTILIZE  THE  OFFICE  OF  EMERGENCY  SERVICES  DISASTER  RESOURCES  DIRECTORY…..OR  CALL  THE  MONTEREY  COUNTY  OFFICE  OF  EMERGENCY  SERVICES.

ALTHOUGH  THE  PFEIFFER  CANYON  BRIDGE  WILL  NEED  TO  BE  REPLACED,   THERE’S  SOME  GOOD  NEWS  FOR  RESIDENTS  (AND  VISITORS)  TRAPPED  BETWEEN  THE  UN-REPAIRABLE  BRIDGE  AND  THE  COW-CLIFFS  ROCKSLIDE.   CAL-TRANS  HAS  BEEN  BLASTING  THE  GIGANTIC  BOULDERS  AT  COW  CLIFFS,  AND  NOW  HOPES  TO  OPEN  A  'WINDOW  OF  OPPORTUNITY'  TO  GET SUPPLIES  IN  TO THOSE  PEOPLE....AND  GET  LOCALS  AND  VISITORS  OUT....BETWEEN  NOON  AND  5 P-M  THIS  FRIDAY.   THERE  IS  ALSO  A  POSSIBILITY  OF  A  SECOND  WINDOW  ON SATURDAY, BUT  THAT IS  DEPENDENT  ON  WHEN  THE  NEXT  STORM  COMES  IN,  AND THE DAMAGE  IT  DOES.

Monterey  City  Council  members voted  4-1  this  week  to  simplify  the  leasing  guidelines  for  the  Wharf.    As  existing  leases  expire,  the new  rules  would  have  the  city  working  with  tenants  in  an  attempt  to  charge  rents  that  are  fair  to  both  residents  and  tenants.

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