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SALINAS TRAFFIC PLAN 03/07/11 0800 E.A.

BALLOTS FOR A PLAN TO ALLEVIATE TRAFFIC NEAR SALINAS VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HAVE BEEN SENT OUT TO SOUTH SALINAS RESIDENTS. THE TRAFFIC CALMING PROGRAM INCLUDES MEASURES TO DIVERT TRAFFIC TO OTHER STREETS, INSTALL SPEEDBUMPS AND RAISED CROSSWALKS. A SIMILAR PLAN TO INSTALL THE TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES FAILED BY A SLIM MARGIN IN NOVEMBER. RECIPIENTS HAVE UNTIL MARCH 31ST TO REPLY WITH THEIR VOTES.

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GONZALES PLASMA WASTE MTG. 03-07-11 08:00 a.v.

A public meeting to discuss converting solid waste into electricity is slated for tomorrow in Gonzales. The Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority will hold the meeting on the plasma gasification process at 6:30 p.m. in the gymnasium of Gonzales High School at 501 5th Street. The meeting is an effort to familiarize residents with the plasma waste installation process that’s slated for the Johnson Canyon Landfill, located East of Gonzales.

 

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FARR VISITS WVILLE PRODUCE CO. 03-07-11 07:30 a.v.

A Central Coast produce company is expected to receive a visit by Congressman Sam Farr today. Congressman Farr is said to join a USDA Rural Business Service Administrator to tour Watsonville Coast Produce, in an effort to highlight the economic benefits of a 4.6 million dollar Business and Industry Guaranteed Loan recently received by the produce company. The 1:30 p.m. slated event takes place at Watsonville Coast Produce on 275 Kearney Street in Watsonville.

 

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APTOS BOYFRIEND STABBING 03-07-11 07:00 a.v.

Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating an early morning stabbing that occurred this morning in Aptos. Deputies say an estranged husband walked in on his wife, while she was watching television with her new boyfriend just after 3 a.m., when the man stabbed the victim once. The boyfriend suffered non-life threatening injuries and is said to recover.

 

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SO. MCO GANG SWEEP ARRESTS 03-07-11 06:00 a.v.

13 gang members were arrested last week after a major gang sweep was conducted in South Monterey County. Most of Friday’s arrests occurred in Gonzales, Soledad, Greenfield, and King City. The majority of the arrests were for parole, firearm and drug possession along with probation violations.

 

 

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