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NEW LEAF FUNDRAISER 04-15-11 07:30 a.v.

A fundraiser, hosted by New Leaf Community Markets, will be held today and tomorrow  for the Capitola victims affected by last month’s flooding. 5% of all proceeds will be donated to help the residents and merchants of Capitola. The market, which is located at 1210 41st Avenue in Capitola, will be open both today and tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.


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The Coastal Commission approved plans today to build a school in Capitola serving kids from preschool to 1st grade. The new Jade Street Park facility is expected to serve 80 students. Construction for the project is expected to break ground this summer, and plans also include 2 portable buildings, play areas and expanded parking from 26 spaces to 46. $1.75 million dollars has been earmarked for the project.

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FORT ORD BUIS. PARK REJECTED 04-14-11 20:00 a.v.

The Monterey County Planning Commission rejected a proposal this week to build a business park on the former Fort Ord. The proposed 58-acre Business Park, known as Whispering Oaks, would have included a 24-acre administrative and maintenance facility for Monterey-Salinas Transit. The proposal was opposed in part due to the 4,400 oak trees that would have been cut down to build the project. Officials say the decision can be appealed to the Board of Supervisors.


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HWY 1 CLOSURE CONTINUES 04-14-11 19:50 a.v.

Highway 1 at Rocky Creek in Big Sur is said to remain closed in both directions with no estimated time of re-opening. Caltrans officials say construction in the area is ongoing, while geologic instability along with more debris falling on the roadway, remains a factor with the delay.  A progress update is slated to be released Monday, while the weight and length limit parameters is expected to be identified next week.

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A Salinas priest is slated to challenge a molestation complaint in court tomorrow. Father Edward Fitz-Henry, the former priest at the San Juan Bautista Mission, was accused of sexual abuse in January, after a letter sent to The Diocese of Monterey claims the alleged victim was sexually assaulted while Fitz-Henry was a priest at Madonna Del Sasso Catholic Church. The victim reportedly met Father Fitz-Henry at Madonna Del Sasso back in 2005, and claims the abuse occurred that same year.

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