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FISHHOOK DRAINAGE INSTALLATION 06-20-14 10:30 SG

A DRAINAGE PROJECT WILL AFFECT TRAFFIC IN SANTA CRUZ BEGINNING MONDAY.     NIGHT WORK INSTALLING ADDITIONAL DRAINAGE WILL TAKE PLACE ON SOUTHBOUND HIGHWAY 1 NEAR THE FISHHOOK UNTIL THE END OF JULY.    CLOSURES WILL INCLUDE THE LEFT SOUTHBOUND LANE OF HIGHWAY 1 AND SOUTHBOUND HIGHWAY 17-HIGHWAY 1 CONNECTOR. ROADWORK WILL BE FROM 9 P-M TO 6 A-M.     MOTORISTS CAN EXPECT DELAYS OF UP TO 10-MINUTES.

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VOTE CERTIFICATION SOON- 06-20-14 10:00 SG

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY ELECTION OFFICIALS WILL SOON HAVE A FINAL VOTE COUNT FOR THE PRIMARY ELECTION.    COUNTERS HAVE BEEN AUDITING VOTE TOTALS TO ENSURE AN ACCURATE OUTCOME.    CURRENTLY, OFFICIALS ARE MOVING THROUGH THE PROVISIONAL BALLOTS, AND A CERTIFIED TALLY IS EXPECTED BY   5 P-M TODAY.

 

 

 

 

 

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GOVERNOR SIGNS BUDGET- 06-20-14 9:00 SG

GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN WILL SIGN THE BUDGET IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TODAY.      BROWN WILL JOIN ASSEMBLY SPEAKER TONI ATKINS AND SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEM DARREL STEINBERG IN SAN DIEGO TO MAKE THE 2014-15 SPENDING PLAN OFFICIAL.     THE $108 MILLION FUND WILL PROVIDE FOR TRANSIT, LOW-INCOME CALIFORNIANS, AS WELL AS PAY DOWN DEBT.     LEGISLATION FOR THE BUDGET PASSED SUNDAY.

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SAN LORENZO VALLEY WATER DISTRICT GRAND JURY REPORT- 06-20-14 7:30 SG

A REPORT RELEASED BY A SANTA CRUZ COUNTY GRAND JURY THIS WEEK CRITICIZES THE MANAGEMENT OF THE SAN LORENZO VALLEY WATER DISTRICT.    THE REPORT STATES THE DISTRICT LACKS TRANSPARENCY AND FINANCIAL OVERSIGHT.    THE JURY’S FINDINGS FOCUS ON MANAGER JIM MUELLER’S ROLE AS WELL AS THE DISTRICT’S NON-COMPLIANCE WITH GOVERNMENT CODE AND FAILURE TO INFORM ITS CUSTOMERS.    THE REPORT MAKES SIX RECOMMENDATIONS TO WHICH THE DISTRICT MUST RESPOND BY MID-SEPTEMBER.

 

 

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APPLICATIONS FOR CA WATER PROGRAM- 06-20-14 8:00 SG

STATE OFFICIALS ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR A WATER PROGRAM.     THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE INVITES OPERATIONS TO APPLY FOR THE STATE WATER EFFICIENCY AND ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM, ALSO KNOWN AS SWEEP.      10-MILLION-DOLLARS IN GRANTS WILL BE AWARDED TO THOSE WILLING TO IMPLEMENT CONSERVATION MEASURES.    FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT CDFA.CA.GOV.

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