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Planning commission agenda 05/18/11 9:50A.M. TDH

The santa cruz city planning commission is scheduled to meet tomorrow evening.   Commissioners are expected to approve a couple of permits, 1-for a low-risk alcohol outlet on front street, and another for the remodel of a commercial building.   Commissioners are also set to deny the appeal of the decision to allow the removal of 5-heritage trees on west cliff drive.   The meeting is open to the public, and is set to begin at 7 p.m., in santa cruz city council chambers on center street.

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Congressional Art Winners 05/18/11 9:30a.m. TDH

Congressman sam farr has announced the winner of this year’s Congressional Art Competition.  Mira Malcolm’s work “Nature’s Peace” took first place, and will be displayed in the halls of congress, along with other winners’ art.  Malcolm also won a trip to Washington d.c., to be honored in a ceremony.  The Carmel high student also has won a 15-hundred dollar scholarship to art school.  Second place winner Diana fonseca will have her work displayed in farr’s Washington office.   Third place was given to Everett high student Alicia rojas.   Her wodk will be hung in farr’s office in Salinas.

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Woman escapes custody (SC) 05/18/11 9:15a.m. TDH

Authorities in santa cruz are looking for a 30-year-old woman who escaped custody this morning.    C-h-p officers had detained Jennifer Nicole murostune on ocean street near highway-17, after noticing that she was driving a stolen car.   During the investigation, murostune was able to escape, and fled on foot.   She is now wanted for several alleged crimes, including auto theft.  Anyone with information about her whereabouts is encouraged to contact local authorities.

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Officer impersonator sought 05/18/11 8:30a.m. TDH

Police in salinas are looking for a man who impersonated a police officer last week.   The man attempted to steal 15-hundred dollars from an 84-year-old Salinas resident, by telling her that he was an officer.  He first attempted to have her buy him items from Target, and then told the victim to take cash out of her bank account.   Bank employees grew suspicious, and alerted the woman that she was being scammed.  The man is described as 5-foot-7, about 220 pounds.  He was driving a newer, charcoal-colored, single-cab chevy silverado pick-up truck.


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Shooting (MCO) 05/18/11 7:45a.m. TDH

Authorities in Monterey county are investigating a shooting that took place last night in lockwood.  Nobody was injured in the 11p.m.-incident, when multiple rounds were fire into a house on the 67-thousand block of jolon Road.  The house was unoccupied at the time.   Anyone with information about the shooting is encouraged to contact the Monterey county sheriff’s department.

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