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Sal. Police chief search 05/13/12 6p.m. TDH

The search for a new chief of the salinas police department has been narrowed to 3 candidates.  Salinas city manager ray corpuz is expected to interview the 3 Tuesday.  the finalists are salinas’ deputy police chief Kelly mcmillin, marina police chief edmundo Rodriguez, and chief of the port hueneme police department, Kathleen ann Sheehan.   the 3 are looking to lead a department that is facing a deadly year in the city.  9-homicides have been recorded in salinas this year.


Sagan leads Amgen, Jaques-Maynes in 6th 05/14/12 5p.m. TDH

Racers started crossing the stage-2 finish line of the amgen tour of California monday at about 4:20 p.m.     22-year-old peter sagan finished stage 2 1st, and maintained his overall lead in the race.   Watsonville resident andy jaques-maynes is in 6th overall.  The stage-2 finish line was in front of cabrillo college in aptos.


at risk homeless 05/14/12 1000 e.a.



surveys taken during last week’s “registry week” event help officials determine how many chronically homeless people are in santa cruz. about 155 homeless people in santa cruz county are at a high risk of death.  the survey determined which of the 325 surveyed homeless people had “mortality risk identifiers”, such as aids, liver disease and other illnesses.

gilroy holiday inn 05/14/12 1000 e.a.


a hotel project near the gilroy premium outlets was unanimously approved by the city planning COMMISSION AT their meeting recently.  the project includes a 180 room holiday inn and a 150 room extended stay holiday inn on the corner of leavesly road and forest street. the approval comes with the condition that the developer further negotiates with the city before presenting the plan to the city council.  the proposal is set to be discussed by the city council at their meeting on may 21st.


p.g. –seaside police services 05/14/12 1000 e.a.

a proposal for the city of pacific grove to share police services with the city of seaside is set to be discussed this wednesday.  the pacific grove city council is looking into asking seaside’s police chief to oversee operations at both city’s departments.  its estimated that if both cities share a police chief, each city would save 100-thousand dollars annually.  pacific grove’s current police chief, darius engles is set to retire in july.