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  • Morgan Hill Quake-9/21/17-1704-PMD

    An earthquake struck near Morgan Hill yesterday (Thurs). The USGS is reporting that a 2.8 magnitude quake took place at about 10 a.m. The epicenter was 7 miles east of Read More
  • Soquel Student Unarmed-9/21/17-1726-PMD

    A Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office investigation has concluded that a student had no plans of carrying out a shooting at Soquel High School On Tuesday night deputies began investigating Read More
  • MONTEREY AIRPORT SOLAR-9/21/17-1729-PMD

    THE MONTEREY REGIONAL AIRPORT HAS RECENTLY INSTALLED MORE THAN 23 HUNDRED SOLAR PANELS. THE SOLAR ARRAY PRODUCES 1.5 MILLION KILOWATTS OF POWER ANNUALLY, AND WILL PROVIDE 95 PERCENT OF THE Read More
  • SC Ped Bridge Opening-9/21/17-1744-PMD

    The City of Santa Cruz is holding a ribbon-cutting for the Branciforte Creek Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge and Multi-Use Trail Project. The public is encouraged to attend the ceremony at noon next Read More
  • Aromas Fire-9/21/17-1706-PMD

    Fire crews contained an Aromas fire on Wednesday. Shortly before 11:30 a.m. Cal Fire and North Monterey County Fire Protection responded to the 1700 block of Murphy Hill Road. At Read More
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the conflict over the future use of 540 acres of the former fort ord could be costly for monterey county tax payers.  according to the fort ord reuse authority, if one or both of the 2 petitions being circulated, concerning the future of the acreage,  obtains the required 17 thousand signatures needed to initiate a  special ballot.    the cost WOULD be over 500 thousand dollars per successful petition, meaning resolving the issue by special election could end up costing taxpayers over 1 million dollars.

 

 

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