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Judge Rules Against Greenway 03/19/19A 08:52 S.S.

A  Santa Cruz  County  judge  has  ruled  against  Greenway’s  “Petition  For  A  Writ  Of  Mandate”.   That  means  that  the  Santa Cruz County Regional  Transportation  Commission  can  move  forward  on  making  some  repairs  to  the  rail  line  as  it  runs  through  the  Harkins  Slough  area.     At  issue  was  whether  further  Environmental  Impact  Reports  needed  to  be  done  prior  to  the  repair  work.   The  S-C-C-R-T-C  will  still  need  to  get the  necessary  permits  from  the  California  Department  Of  Fish  And Wildlife,  the  U.S.  Army  Corps  Of  Engineers,  and  the  California  Regional  Water  Quality  Control  Board.

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Sal Business Owner 03/19/19A 08:50 S.S.

The  owner  of  a  Salinas  business  will  spend  3  years  on  probation,   for  failing  to  have  Workers  Compensation  Insurance  for  a  time.     37  year-old  Soledad  resident  Vanessa  Lizeth  Aguilar  Owns  Golden  Essentials  Delivery,  which  is  a marijuana  delivery  service...that employs  9  people.   Although  Aguilar’s  insurance  policy  lapsed  last  year,  it  has  since  been  re-instated.

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SC Homelessness Meeting-3/18/19-1726-PMD

Santa Cruz city council members will be deciding on a short-term pilot program for safe camping and transitional camping sites. The council will examine a list of potential sites for a shelter. Proposed areas include the Wharf Corporation Yard, the Depot Park parking lot, Jesse Street Marsh and San Lorenzo Park. The sites will be discussed at a City Council study session tonight (Tuesday) at 4:00 p.m.

 

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Irish Travelers Const Warning-3/18/19-1706-PMD

Authorities are warning Carmel-by-the-Sea residents of unlicensed contractors targeting the elderly. The Police Officers' Association issued a warning about possible Irish travelers soliciting construction work. The warning was issued in the aftermath of several reports of men with Irish accents soliciting roof and driveway repairs. Officials say to make sure to obtain proper permits and hire only licensed contractors.

 

 

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MoCo Female Inmate Dies-3/18/19-1703-PMD

The Monterey County Sheriff’s office has released the identity of a deceased female inmate.   38 year old Jenny Martin, of Seaside, was reported to have died on Saturday while in custody at the county jail. No further details have been released at this time.

 

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