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(07:00) Salinas - A man was arrested yesterday in Salinas, after officers served a search warrant at a residence and found drugs, guns and ammunition.  A search warrant was served on the 100 block of Marigold Way.  During the search, officers located a bottle of Promethazine, packaging material, a scale with cocaine residue, 40 rounds of ammunition and a rifle.  23 year-old Jesse Jimenez, was booked into Monterey County Jail for weapons and drug violations along with child endangerment and gang enhancement.

(07:50) Salinas - The City of Salinas Volunteer and Neighborhood Services Program announced a special meeting will be held this week to help residents create a safer and more united neighborhood.  The "One Neighborhood at a Time" discussion will be from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday at Martin Luther King Jr. Academy, located at 925 N Sanborn Rd, in Salinas.  For more information visit: cityofsalinas.org.

The public works department of Santa Cruz County has announced that a new traffic light is becoming operational. The light has been installed at the high traffic intersection of Soquel Drive and Trout Gulch Road. Motorists can expect the traffic signal to be in use, starting on Wednesday, February 14th.

 

A Watsonville man died in a traffic accident in Monterey county last week.  Authorities say the collision took place at about 6:30 p.m. on Friday, on San Juan Road near Allison Street where 65 year old Pedro Senties drifted into oncoming traffic and collided  head on with another vehicle. Senties was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

 

167 ACRES OF LAND HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED FROM CAL-TRANS TO THE ELKHORN SLOUGH FOUNDATION. THE DEDICATION OF THE PRISTINE WOODLANDS AND WETLANDS, KNOWN AS THE ELKHORN HIGHLANDS RESERVE, TOOK PLACE TODAY. THE PARCEL OF LAND INVOLVED, WHICH IS NORTH OF MANZANITA PARK IN PRUNEDALE, INCLUDES THE LARGEST ACREAGE OF PREVIOUSLY UNPROTECTED MARITIME CHAPARRAL IN MONTEREY COUNTY, AND IT IS ALSO HOME TO SEVERAL RARE AND SENSITIVE NATIVE PLANT SPECIES.

A Santa Cruz man was arrested in a Watsonville motel room yesterday (Monday). An investigation by Santa Cruz Sheriff’s deputies led to the search of a motel room where officers seized 13 ounces of methamphetamine, cash, and packaging equipment. At about 11 a.m. 55 year old Michael Rodgers was arrested on possession and sales charges along with parole violations.

A ceremony will be held this Friday to commemorate the launch of free WiFi in the Watsonville plaza. The event is being sponsored by Monterey Bay Economic Partnership and the Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce, and features District 30 Assemblymember Anna Caballero as the primary speaker. The event also marks the launch of Cruzio’s expanded, fiber-backed Watsonville service, which will be available to most of the City of Watsonville through distributed wireless hubs. The event starts at 5 p.m. following the farmer’s market. Light refreshments, along with beer and wine will be available.

 

 

 

The Monterey City Council is seeking residents to serve on the Neighborhood Improvement Program Committee. The council is encouraging residents of Skyline Ridge and Downtown Monterey to apply to serve on the committee for these unrepresented neighborhoods. Each fiscal year, the committee considers all submitted projects and recommends which projects should be funded. Applications for these appointments will be accepted until close of business February 26, 2018. For more information, call 831-646-3935.

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