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S.C. SEX TOY THIEF ARRESTED 03-11-11 07:00 a.v.

An alleged sex-toy thief was arrested in Santa Cruz this week. 26-year old Zachary Suess was taken into custody Wednesday around 3:20 p.m. after he stole over $400 in items from santa Cruz’s Pure Pleasure Sex shop on Monday. Surveillance footage showed Suess behind a clothing rack stuffing the items into his backpack. He was arrested on burglary and was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail.


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Salinas Mayor Dennis Donahue announced during his annual state of the city address yesterday the critical need for residents and neighborhoods to get more involved as the city faces tough times ahead. Mayor Donahue went on to say grassroots contributions will be crucial as the city deals with budget deficits and fewer services while continuing to focus on promoting peace and prosperity. Donahue said he will present an overview of the city’s financial future at his annual budget address slated for March 19th and also called for community dialogue on spending.


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29 CATS RESCUED IN SO. MCO 03-10-11 19:30 a.v.

29 cats and kittens were rescued from a South Monterey County property week.Monterey County Sheriff’s Code Enforcement officers found the cats Tuesday living in reported “horrific” conditions in a single trailer off Jolon Road. The cats were brought to the SPCA shelter where they were given vaccinations and a medical evaluation, and many are being treated for upper respiratory infections. The case is now being referred to a District Attorney Officer for possible prosecution.


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SMARTMETER OPT-OUT OPTION 03-10-11 19:00 a.v.




The Public Utilities Commission is expected to develop a proposal in the next few weeks which allows PG&E customers to opt-out of Smart-Meter installations. Today’s motion resulted over concerns regarding the device’s exposure to radio frequencies and radiation of the wireless electricity and gas meters. PG&E says the meters are safe, while other PUC Commissioners want more research on whether the electronic meter-reading system is a health risk.



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Watsonville city council members approved 3-million dollars in redevelopment money. Last night’s decision was made while a vote to continue state funding for redevelopment agencies is still pending. Officials say this may be the last time the city will be able to take advantage of the taxes collected by the redevelopment agency. The council allocated the money towards low-income housing renovation, revamping the city’s general plan and planned business park on the city west side.

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