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3-ALARM BLAZE IN WATSONVILLE - 04/20/11 17:02 S.S.

FIREFIGHTERS  ARE  BATTLING  A  3-ALARM  BLAZE  ON  THE  800  BLOCK  OF  WEST  BEACH STREET IN  WATSONVILLE.     THE  FIRE,   WHICH  WAS  CALLED  IN  AROUND  4:30  P.M.  APPEARS  TO  HAVE  STARTED  IN  THE  REAR  OF  THE  APPLE  GROWERS  AND  ICE  COLD  STORAGE FACILITY,   BUT  REPORTS  INDICATE  THAT  BLACK  SMOKE  HAS  SINCE  ENGULFED  THE  ENTIRE  BUILDING.

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OCEAN STREET AREA PLAN MTG. 04-20-11 10:30 a.v.

A meeting to discuss the draft Ocean Street Area Plan, will be held tomorrow night at 7 p.m. in the Santa Cruz City Council Chambers at 809 Center Street. The design aims to identify streetscape improvements that will enhance Ocean Street aesthetically, along with making it more pedestrian friendly. The area plan is also expected to define the types of businesses that are desired for the corridor. The Santa Cruz Planning Commission is expected to make a recommendation to the City Council, public input is welcome.

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CARMEL APPOINTS INTERIM CITY OFFICIAL 04-20-11 09:30 a.v.

The City of Carmel has a new Interim City Administrator. John Goss was unanimously selected after he was one of 19 people to apply for the temporary position. Goss has served as City Manager for 2 California cities in the past as well as Assistant County Administrator and Interim Planning Director for a large California county. Goss replaces Richard Guillen, who retired last month after a sexual harassment claim was filed against him. Plans to hire a permanent replacement have not yet been announced.

 

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S.C. ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD 04-20-11 08:50 a.v.

A statewide environmental award was presented to Santa Cruz County this week for reducing county waste to zero. The Green California Summit and Exposition, held at the Sacramento Convention Center, recognized the county for having one of the highest diversion rates in the state, with over 70% of waste diverted from going into area landfills. The award was one of 8 Green California Leadership awards handed out statewide.

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