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P.G. won’t change fast food regs 04/05/12 9:15p.m. TDH

Pacific grove city council members have backed off of a proposal to alter the local regulations for fast food restaurants.   Chains known as “formula fast food restaurants” have been restricted since 1980.   2-years ago, the city council began considerations to change the rules and allow more restaurants into the city.   however, with the 5 to 2 vote on Wednesday, the rules will remain the same.


More charges for counselor 04/05/12 9p.m. TDH

A former salinas high school drug counselor pleaded not guilty this week to 34 new criminal charges.   34-year-old gilbert Olivares was already facing 19 criminal counts, bringing the total to 53 charges.   he faces allegations that he sexually assaulted students, and recorded students engaging in sexual activity in his office.   Olivares was also employed at salinas’ sunrise house.       He is set to return to a monterey county courtroom on april 25th.     He remains jailed on 1-million dollars’ bail.


s.c. considers warriors D-league team 04/05/12 8:30p.m. TDH

The santa cruz city council is slated to consider a proposal next tuesday, to bring a minor league N-B-A team to the city.   the 2-point-5 million dollar project would relocate the developmental league franchise that is affiliated with the golden state warriors.   (The warriors are based in Oakland.)   Owners recently purchased the “Dakota wizards” d-league team, which is based in north Dakota.   The proposal to move the team to santa cruz includes building a 32-hundred-seat temporary basketball facility.   The arena would be located on a lot at front street and laurel street extension.   That lot is owned by the seaside company, (which owns the beach boardwalk).   The city of santa cruz and the warriors would split the cost of the stadium, if the move is approved. A city council vote on the project could come as soon as may 8th.

Missing Teen found safe 04/05/12 8p.m. TDH

a teenager who was reported missing in salinas on thursday was located later in the day in southern california.   15-year-old rosalda grande was located in the los angeles area.  salinas police reported that she was safe and with a relative.


2 considered for SVMH merger 04/05/12 8p.m. TDH

The board of trustees for salinas valley memorial hospital has approved 2 finalists for a potential merger. Trustees voted 4 to 1 on Wednesday to advance natividad medical center, and h-c-a healthcare to a 2nd round of consideration.   7 healthcare organizations had lobbied to be considered for the merger.  The 2nd phase of the process is expected to last into june, during which time S-V-M-H officials will scrutinize the finalists’ proposals, and examine other financial and legal issues.