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CAL FIRE INCREASES STAFFING- 04-25-14 11:30 SG

THE CAL FIRE SAN BENITO-MONTEREY UNIT IS INCREASING STAFF FOR THE UPCOMING FIRE SEASON.    MORE FIREFIGHTERS ARE NEEDED AS DROUGHT CONDITIONS POSE A RISK ACROSS THE CENTRAL COAST.    THE COUNTIES’ DRY CONDITIONS AND WARMER TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN SETTING RECORDS LEVELS OF FIRE DANGER INDEXES.     THE UNIT WILL BE MOVING TO PEAK STAFFING MONDAY, APRIL 28TH.

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CASTROVILLE TEEN ARREST- 04-25-14 11:30 P.S.

A CASTROVILLE TEENAGER HAS BEEN RELEASED TO HIS PARENTS AFTER BEING ARRESTED ON CHARGES OF POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY.    THE ARREST WAS MADE AFTER THE MONTEREY JOINT GANG TASK FORCE CONDUCTED A PROBATION COMPLIANCE CHECK AT THE TEEN’S RESIDENCE ON CAMPO DE CASA DRIVE.    THE TASK FORCE RECOVERED PROPERTY BELONGING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.

 

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CAL TRANS HIGHWAY CLEAN-UP- 04-25-14 9:00 SG

CENTRAL COAST MAINTENANCE CREWS CLEANED-UP HIGHWAYS YESTERDAY (THURS) FOR CALTRANS ANNUAL ANTI-LITTER DAY. WORKERS REMOVED ROADSIDE LITTER AND DEBRIS IN SANTA CRUZ, MONTEREY, AND SAN BENITO COUNTIES.    CIGARETTE BUTTS WERE THE NUMBER ONE ITEM FOUND LITTERED ON THE HIGHWAYS.   CALTRANS SPENDS AROUND 60-MILLION-DOLLARS ANNUALLY TO REMOVE TRASH AND DEBRIS FROM THE ROADS.

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S.C. FAIR BOARD WELCOMES NEW DIR.- 04-25-14 9:00 SG

 

THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY FAIR BOARD WELCOMED A NEW DIRECTOR IN A MEETING THIS WEEK.   ERIC HAMMER OF BROOKDALE IS THE OWNER AND C-E-O OF HAMMER CONSTRUCTION.    OUTSIDE OF THE FAIR BOARD, HAMMER IS VICE PRESIDENT OF THE BOULDER CREEK BUSINESS ASSOCIATION AND A STATE DELEGATE FOR THE SANTA CRUZ DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE.     HAMMER JOINS THE BOARD WITH SIX OTHER DIRECTORS.

 

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SALINAS FIRE HYDRANT MAINTENANCE- 04-25-14 8:00 SG

THE CITY OF SALINAS HAS REACHED AN AGREEMENT WITH CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE COMPANY REGARDING FIRE PROTECTION.    THE 3-YEAR-AGREEMENT WILL FOCUS ON HYDRANT MAINTENANCE AS WELL AS THE INSTALLATION OF BLUE MARKERS, WHICH WILL HELP FIRST RESPONDERS LOCATE A WATER SUPPLY.     THE COLLABORATION WILL ENSURE FIRE SAFETY IN SALINAS DESPITE THE CITY’S RESTRICTED BUDGET.

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