The Monterey County school board is expected to swear in four of it’s seven trustees this morning. The four trustees include: Harvey Kuffner, who represents Trustee Area 1 which consists of New Monterey, Pacific Grove, Del Monte Forest, Carmel By the Sea, and Big Sur. Judy Pennycook represents North Monterey County in Trustee Area 3, while Mary Claypool represents Trustee Area 6, which includes the cities of Marina, Seaside and Sand City and Sergio Alejo Jr., representing East Salinas in Trustee Area 7. The 4 join incumbents John Mcpherson, Francisco Estrada Sr. and Ron Panziera on the 7-member board.
Some Monterey County residents will now be able to apply for taxi driver and vehicle permits. The city is offering the applications which can be submitted along with payments, to the Monterey Police Department located on 351 Madison Street between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursdays. Applications for taxi dispatching companies will still be processed by Monterey-Salinas Transit staff at 1 Ryan Ranch Road in Monterey.
Seaside police are investigating the city’s first homicide of the year. A man was found dead yesterday afternoon at the Gateway Lodge Motel on the 19-hundred block of Fremont Boulevard. Police believe the homicide occurred between the hours of midnight and 8 a.m. The victim has not yet been identified. Police encourage any witnesses to come forward and contact their anonymous tip line at 831-899-6282.
A SANTA CRUZ BASED COMPANY HAS SET UP A TOLL-FREE NUMBER BECAUSE THEY ARE RECALLING SOME BICYCLES THAT CONTAIN A SPECIAL FRONT HUB. SOURCE ELEVEN, AND SOURCE EXPERT DISC BICYCLES WITH SUPERNOVA SWITCHABLE DYNAMO FRONT HUBS REPORTEDLY HAVE A SET-SCREW THAT CAN COME LOOSE, CAUSING THE BICYCLIST TO FALL. THE PHONE NUMBER TO REACH SPECIALIZED BICYCLE COMPONENTS INCORPORATED OF SANTA CRUZ IS:
SAFETY NET CLINICS IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY HAVE RECEIVED SOME FUNDS, THAT ARE DESIGNED TO HELP THEM PROVIDE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES (ALONG WITH PRIMARY CARE). THE 200 THOUSAND DOLLARS WAS AWARDED TO HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PARTNERSHIP OF SANTA CRUZ COUNTY FROM THE BLUE SHIELD OF CALIFORNIA FOUNDATION.
THE MONEY WILL GO TO VARIOUS COUNTY-RUN CLINICS, AS WELL AS SALUD PARA LA GENTE, THE SANTA CRUZ WOMEN’S HEALTH CENTER, AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD MAR MONTE.
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