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BURGLARY ARREST, sALINAS(SUN) 06/07/11 9:40P.M. TDH

 A SALINAS MAN WAS ARRESTED ON SUNDAY, AFTER ALLEGEDLY STEALING ITEMS FROM THE KMART ON NORTH DAVIS ROAD.          30-YEAR-OLD RICHARD FLORES WAS SHOPPING WITH HIS 3-CHILDREN, WHEN HE IS ALLEGED TO HAVE PUT MERCHANDISE INTO A DUFFEL BAG, AND LEFT WITHOUT PAYING.  HE DROPPED THE BAG WHEN SECURITY GUARDS GAVE CHASE.  HE WAS ARRESTED LATER AT HIS HOUSE.  FLORES WAS BOOKED INTO MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL ON SUSPICION OF BURGLARY, AND CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR.    29-YEAR-OLD ROBERT MORALES WAS ALSO ARRESTED WHEN OFFICERS WENT TO FLORES’ HOUSEMORALES HAD BEEN WANTED FOR OUTSTANDING WARRANTS.

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B.C. Rec Manager Resigns 06/07/11 9p.m. TDH

 The general manager of the boulder creek recreation and park district has resigned.  Officials are now taking applications for the position, which was vacated after Christina horvat’s decision to leave.  She had offered to stay on until june 15th, but board members decided to release her immediately, with the 2-weeks’ pay.   Applicants for the general manager position are being accepted until june 30th.   For an application, visit:   w w w dot b c   r p d dot org.

 

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No layoffs, WV Firefighters 06/07/11 7:50p.m. TDH

No Watsonville firefighters will be laid off this year, after an agreement was reached between the firefighters’ union and city leaders.   The agreement on a new contract was announced at the start of the Watsonville city council meeting Tuesday.  4-layoff notices for firefighters had been scheduled to be issued at the meeting, however the agreement will prevent the layoffs.    Watsonville faces a budget deficit of 1-point-9 million dollars.

 

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mont. bay speed-limit sought 06/07/11 7:30p.m. TDH

Several environmental groups have filed petitions to the federal government, advocating a speed-limit along california’s protected coast line.   The petition,( filed on Monday), seeks to impose a 10-knot-per-hour limit, in areas designated as “Marine sanctuaries,” including the Monterey bay national marine sanctuary, (which covers much of the northern coast).   Environmental groups hope the speed- limit will help large ships avoid colliding with whales.   The national oceanic atmospheric administration is set to review the petition, which was filed by 4 groups: pacific environment, the environmental defense center, the center for biological diversity, and friends of the earth.)

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Error Saves Gilroy teachers’ jobs 06/07/11 6:45p.m. TDH

33-teachers in Gilroy will still be with the Gilroy unified school district next school year, (even though they were not expected to).   An error by the district’s human resources department means that the teachers, who were due to receive pink slips, will still have employment next year.   By law, the layoff notices had to have been mailed by may 15th, but the district missed that deadline.   Under a revised budget-plan by governor brown, the school district hopes to restore the positions that were set to be cut, saving the district money that it would have had to spend itself to keep the teachers.

 

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