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EMERGENCY POTHOLE REPAIR - 06/25/14 17:44 S.S.

CREWS WILL BE WORKING ON POTHOLE REPAIR TOMORROW ON HIGHWAY 101 IN AROMAS. THE EMERGENCY ROADWORK WILL BE DONE IN BOTH DIRECTIONS AT SAN JUAN ROAD. THE SOUTHBOUND NUMBER 2 LANE IS SCHEDULED TO BE CLOSED FROM 10 – 11 A-M; AND THE NORTHBOUND NUMBER 2 LANE IS SLATED TO BE CLOSED FROM 11 A-M UNTIL NOON. DELAYS ARE EXPECTED TO BE NO MORE THAN 10 MINUTES.

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2 HOMELESS SVCS GRANTS - 06/25/14 16:41 S.S.

2 HOMELESS SERVICES GRANTS HAVE BEEN AWARDED LOCALLY. THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IS GIVING 2 GRANTS OF 168-THOUSAND DOLLARS A PIECE TO THE HOMELESS SERVICES CENTER IN SANTA CRUZ. THE MONEY WILL GO TOWARD THE DAYTIME ESSENTIAL SERVICES CENTER, AND A 30-DAY EMERGENCY CENTER KNOWN AS THE PAUL LEE LOFT.

The center's 2014-2015 operational budget, approved this month, will be $3.4 million,

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7 PEOPLE NEEDLED - 06/25/14 16:05 S.S.

AT LEAST 7 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN STUCK BY DISCARDED NEEDLES SINCE DECEMBER OF 2012….AND THE LAST ONE WAS AT COWELL BEACH JUNE 15TH. THE PERSON WHO WAS STUCK THAT TIME SAYS HE GOES TO COWELL BEACH REGULARLY, AND FEELS THAT THE SAND THERE SHOULD BE SIFTED DAILY AS IT IS AT SANTA CRUZ MAIN BEACH. RESIDENTS WHO FIND SYRINGES (ESPECIALLY IN PARKS OR AT THE BEACH) ARE ENCOURAGED TO CALL 9-1-1.

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GFIELD BROKEN PIPE - 06/25/14 15:55 S.S.

A BROKEN PIPE IN GREENFIELD HAS LEAKED A LOT OF WATER SO FAR….AND IT WILL BE A WHILE BEFORE IT’S FIXED. 2 TO 300 GALLONS OF WATER HAVE BEEN LEAKING PER HOUR SINCE SUNDAY NIGHT, AND IT’S GOING TO KEEP DOING THAT UNTIL (PROBABLY) FRIDAY, BECAUSE WORKERS CAN’T DIG WHILE THEY ARE STILL AT RISK OF HITTING A UTILITY LINE. CITY OFFICIALS SAY WORKERS WILL HOPEFULLY BE ABLE TO START THE REPAIRS ON FRIDAY.

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M/C AIR-LIFTED - 06/25/14 10:58 S.S.

A 46 YEAR-OLD MOTORCYCLIST WAS AIR-LIFTED TO A BAY AREA TRAUMA CENTER AFTER HIS MOTORCYCLE (AND ANOTHER VEHICLE) COLLIDED IN SALINAS YESTERDAY. THE 11 A-M ACCIDENT OCCURRED NEAR THE JOHN STREET OVERPASS OVER HIGHWAY 101. ALEJANDRO ANDRADE, WHO WAS WEARING A HELMET AT THE TIME, HIT HIS HEAD ON THE PAVEMENT (HARD ENOUGH TO RENDER HIM UNCONSCIOUS). AS OF THIS MORNING, ANDRADE, WHO WAS IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT, WAS STILL UNCONSCIOUS.

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