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MEETING CANCELLED 06/01/11 7P.M. TDH

THE SANTA CRUZ CITY PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, HAS BEEN CANCELLED.   THE NEXT MEETING IS SET TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, JUNE 16TH.   THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETS IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON CENTER STREET.

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CHASE, ARREST (SC) 06/01/11 6:25P.M. TDH

A SANTA CRUZ MAN WHO WAS WANTED FOR SEVERAL CRIMES WAS ARRESTED YESTERDAY IN LIVE OAK ON UNRELATED CHARGES.   30-YEAR-OLD AARON CHAVEZ WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY AT 4:30 P.M., ON CHANTICLEER AVENUE.  HE HAD BEEN SPOTTED BY DETECTIVES, AND FLED FROM SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES THAT TRIED TO PULL HIM OVER.   AFTER HITTING A DEAD END, CHAVEZ WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR D.U.I, CHILD ENDANGERMENT, AND CRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE.   HE HAD BEEN WANTED FOR DRUG POSSESSION CHARGES AND OTHER CRIMES.   CHAVEZ WAS BOOKED INTO SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL.

 

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DUI ARRESTS, MCO 06/01/11 5P.M. TDH

A LAW-ENFORCEMENT EFFORT IN MONTEREY COUNTY RESULTED IN 47-D.U.I.-ARRESTS OVER MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND.   OFFICIALS REPORT THAT, THAT IS A SLIGHT INCREASE, FROM LAST YEAR’S     45-ARRESTS.   THE 4-DAY CRACKDOWN WAS PART OF A COORDINATED CAMPAIGN CALLED “AVOID THE-18,” WHICH IS FUNDED WITH STATE AND FEDERAL GRANTS.   AUTHORITIES PLAN TO ACTIVATE THE PROGRAM AGAIN ON INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND.

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CAR WRECK INJURES 1 06/01/11 6P.M. TDH

1-PERSON WAS INJURED IN A SINGLE-VEHICLE CAR ACCIDENT IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY THIS MORNING.   SANTA CRUZ FIREFIGHTERS WERE ABLE TO STABILIZE THE VEHICLE, WHICH HAD ROLLED OVER AT 8:15A.M., ON HIGHWAY-9 AT THE RINCON RAILROAD CROSSING.   THE DRIVER WAS REMOVED THROUGH THE WINDSHIELD OF THE DAMAGED VEHICLE, AND WAS TAKEN TO DOMINICAN HOSPITAL TO BE EXAMINED.

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Sal. Mail-Center to Move 06/01/11 4:30p.m. TDH

The u.s. postal service announced today that it plans to move its mail processing facility in Salinas to san jose.    The combination of the 2-centers is expected to be made by October.   Many employees at the Salinas center are expected to be transferred to various locations and positions.   Congressman sam farr, whose district includes Salinas, had opposed the move, and released a statement today urging the postal service to reconsider.   Farr plans to meet again on Friday with officials, to try to stop the move, which is being done because of severe budget shortfalls.

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