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May 18, 2016: M.R.A.P. For Marina

(18:50) MARINA - The  Marina  City Council  has  approved  a  plan  to acquire  an  armored  vehicle  for the  Marina  Police  Department.  The  M-R-A-P  would  be  used  by the  Marina  Police Department  (and  the 6  agencies  they are  affiliated with) the same way the Bearcat in Santa Cruz is…which  is  ONLY “during critically violent (or potentially violent) situations” in which they have already called out their S-W-A-T Team.   

May 18, 2016: 2 Arrested For Child Porn

(18:41) SANTA CRUZ COUNTY - 2  Santa  Cruz  county  men  have  been  arrested  for  being  in  possession  of  child  pornography.   51  year-old  Watsonville  resident  Robert  Krietzman,  and  66  year-old  Scotts  Valley resident  John  Brookhouse,   were  both  booked  into  Santa  Cruz  County  Jail.   At  the  time  of  his  arrest  yesterday (tuesday),  Krietzman  was  a  1st grade  school  teacher  at  Martin  Luther  King  Junior  Academy  in  the  Alisal  School  District

May 18, 2016: Open House At Vets Bldg

(18:23) SANTA CRUZ - An  Open  House  will  be  held  soon  at the  Santa  Cruz  County  Veterans  Memorial  building  on  Front Street.   The  event  is  scheduled  to  run  from  noon  to 3  p-m  on  (Monday  May  30th).  The Memorial  Day  event  celebrates  the  re-opening  of  the  84  year-old  structure  (after  it  received  a  seismic  retrofit).  Veterans  servicesclasses,  and  other  events  take  place  in  the  historic  building. 

May 18, 2016: S V New City Manager

(18:02) SCOTTS VALLEY - A  woman  who  has  more  than  20  years  of  experience  working  in  local  government  has  been  tapped  to  become  Scotts  Valley’s  new  city  manager.  46  year-old  Jenny  Haruyama,  who  is  currently  the  assistant  city  manager  in  Livermore,   has  family  roots  in  Scotts  Valley,  so  when  the  job  was  announced  she  was  1  of  30  who  applied.    Haruyama  is  expected to  start  her  new  job  in  Scotts  Valley  July  18th.    The  previous  Scotts Valley  city manager,  Steve  Ando,   retired  in  December.

May 18, 2016: Irrigation Project Breaks Ground

(17:45) SCOTTS VALLEY - An  8.5  million  dollar  irrigation  project  broke  ground  today.    The  project  is  taking  place  at  Pasatiempo  Golf  Club,  and  is  designed  to  re-route  Scotts  Valley  Water  District  treated  wastewater  to  its  fairways  (after  an  on-site purification  process).     The  new  water  supply agreement,  was signed  in  March  between Scotts Valley and  Pasatiempo,   will  provide  the  Golf  Club  with  about  60  to  70  percent  of  its  annual  needed  irrigation  water  (for  30  years).