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Traffic at UCSC 052118 0722 CM

How UC Santa Cruz can control traffic will be the subject of a presentation from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. Rick Longinotti, the co-chair of the Campaign for Sustainable Transportation, will give the presentation in the community room at the Santa Cruz Police Department at 155 Center St.

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Grand Jury Report on Mental Health 052118 0653 CM

A grand jury report called on the Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency to integrate its personnel into emergency responses. The county’s Behavioral Health Division collaborates with law enforcement agencies, the grand jury wants the division to expand its role and respond to 911 calls for people in crisis. That response could reduce load on law enforcement responding to the calls.

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Homeless shelter site not yet found 052118 0630 CM

Santa Cruz City officials have yet to decide on the site of a temporary homeless shelter. The National Guard Armory was original site for the intended temporary shelter before city officials said it would undergo renovations. Three potential sites are being considered and a fourth site is under preliminary investigation. City employees are expected to update the city council on the shelter efforts at Tuesday’s meeting.

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7 injured on Hwy 129 052118 0531 CM

Seven people are injured and one person is under arrest after a vehicle veered into oncoming traffic Sunday afternoon. California Highway Patrol officials say a driver going eastbound on Highway 129 steered into the westbound lane just before 5 p.m. Sunday, colliding with two vehicles before coming to a halt. Officials believe alcohol was a factor.

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