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EARLY RELEASE DENIED/HARTNELL STUDENT 08-20-10 11:50 a.v.

Early release was denied this morning for a former Hartnell College student who pleaded no contest this past spring for fatally stabbing his brother 3 years ago. Langston Williams the 3rd was ordered to serve a year in Monterey County Jail and 4 years of felony probation in April for the October 24th 2007 fatal stabbing of his brother, 18-year old Thaddeus Williams. Williams has been serving time since May however his request falls on the heels of an official acceptance to his hometown University of Texas this fall.

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CORRALITOS FARM AND GARDEN MARKET 08-20-10 11:30 a.v.

The Community of Corralitos will hold it’s 1st Farm and Garden Market this weekend. Local Growers and producers are expected to turn out to sell their wares from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday ONLY at the Corralitos Community Center, located at 127 Hames Road.  For more information, contact Wayne Miller at 831-724-1332.

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SALINAS GANG CRASH COURSE/LANDLORDS 08-20-10 11:10 a.v.

An informational luncheon was held in Marina yesterday alerting Salinas-area Landlords and property managers to the signs that a potential tenant may be a gang member. A lesson on identifying tattoos, colors and hallmarks of gangs was provided during a meeting held at Kula Ranch Restaurant where experts, such as Salinas Police Chief Louis Fetherolf, and members of the Monterey County Joint Gang Task Force spoke about gang issues. Attendees were also encouraged to work closely with local law enforcement agencies in establishing neighborhood watch programs.

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BIG SUR LAND TRUST’S NEW PURCHASE 08-20-10 11:00 a.v.

Another trail section along the lower Carmel River has been acquired by the Big Sur Land Trust. $225,000 in private funds was used to purchase the mile-long easement that is expected to connect existing trails at Palo Corona Regional Park to the Quail Lodge area. The trail segment is slated to be completed by late next year with funding provided by state grant money in conjunction with the Monterey County Public Works Department.

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PRUNEDALE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT 08-20-10 08:30 a.v.

A stretch of Highway-101 known as “Blood Alley” is slated to receive an upgrade as part of a state improvement project. The California Transportation Commission unanimously approved allocating 91.3 million dollars towards the Prunedale Improvement Project, which calls for 2 new interchanges, an overpass and a median barrier along a stretch of the highway north of Salinas. The project will include 2 interchanges at the north and south ends of the stretch of highway, including Crazy Horse Canyon and Echo Valley Roads, and Russell and Espinosa Roads, as well as an overpass at Blackie and Reese Roads. Construction of the 4-year project, is expected to start next April.

 

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