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Dorothy’s Drop in Center, in the Salinas Chinatown area, though celebrating thirty seven years of service is at risk of losing the funding for services they offer to the homeless.  Jill Allen, the Dorothy’s Place Executive Director says they serve about nine hundred people through the drop in center every year.  Due to Monterey Counties budget challenges, Dorothy’s funding would be amongst the first to be cut. In 2015 there were more than two hundred fifty people living on the streets of Chinatown in Salinas.   That number is now down to one hundred.  If you, or someone you know is considering being a funding source for Dorothy’s place, please call 831-757-3838

Californians may be able to vote on a plan to split the state into three come this November. Cal 3 would start the process to divide California into “Northern California”, “Southern California” and just “California”. “Northern California” would consist of all the counties north of Merced County. “California” would include Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Monterey and San Benito Counties. The remaining counties would be part of “Southern California”.  The Cal 3 initiative already has six hundred-thousand signatures from residents wanting to see the state split. An initiative only needs 366,000 signatures to appear on the ballot.  The reasoning behind the proposal is that California has gotten to big to be governed correctly. However, even if Cal 3 passes in November, it would still require congressional approval.

Monday saw all types of weather unusual for April on the Central Coast. The weather included rain, hail, sunshine and snow near Summit Road in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The Monterey Airport saw hail outbursts. The tri county area also experienced  heavy showers and thunder through out the day.

 

 

Caltrans crews will be performing a pothole repair operation on both directions of Highway 68 on Wednesday. The roadwork will be between Highway 1 and Pacific Grove. Crews will be using a moving lane closure from 9 am to 2 pm. Motorists should find alternate routes or be prepared for delays not to exceed 10 minutes.

 

There has been a steep rise in detections of invasive mosquito species according to the California Department of Public Health,.  The rise increases the risk of local transmission of imported diseases., such as Zika. The recent wet weather and easing of drought restrictions is increasing habitats for mosquitoes.   For preventative information visit: cdph.ca.gov

 

 

 

 

The murder trial for Gonzalo Curiel entered into its 2nd week yesterday (Mon). Curiel is accused of the abuse, torture and murder of 3 and 6 year old Shaun and Delylah Tara. Yesterday testimony was heard from emergency room personnel who cared for the older surviving sibling. Since the beginning of the trial last week Curiel has been in altercations with other inmates and is now being housed separately for safety reasons.

 

 

 

The Monterey County Health Department is investigating an illegal dumping in Marina. On Thursday an Environmental team was dispatched to Lapis Road to examine to unsealed 55 gallon drums of what was found to be kitchen grease. Anyone with any information on this or other illegal dumping is encouraged to call 831-755-4505

 

4  people  suffered  minor  injuries,   and  a  5th  suffered  major  injuries,   when  a  man  driving  southbound  (in  the  northbound  lanes  of  Highway  101),   caused  a  3-vehicle  crash.     The  just  before  9  p.m.  Saturday  night  incident  took  place  just  south  of  Thorne  Road,  near  Greenfield.      31  year-old  wrong  way  driver  Adolfo  Bautista-Santiago,  who  suffered  minor  injuries  in  the  crash,  was  arrested  on  suspicion  of  Driving  Under  The  Influence  And  Causing  Major  Injuries,  was  booked  into  Monterey  county  jail.   

The  major  injuries  were  suffered  by  a  woman  driving  a  Mazda  out  of  Washington  state

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