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Capitola Accessible Parking 11/24/10 0700 E.A.

The Capitola City Council has approved a plan to move wheelchair accessible parking spots from the Pacific Cove parking lot to the City Hall parking lot. The plan to move the parking spots comes after a report that found ramps at the Pacific Cove parking lot were not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Also approved in the vote was a plan to construct a modular office building on the city hall parking lot for parking enforcement officers and information technology staff.

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METHYL IODIDE CONSIDERATION 11-24-10 08:00 a.v.

Next week Watsonville City Council members will consider opposing a state plan to certify the use of a controversial pesticide. Since the fumigant, Methyl Bromide, which has been used in strawberry production is being phased out for it’s ozone-depleting properties, City officials are now considering replacing it with the pesticide methyl iodide. Those opposing the pesticide, say that it has been linked to fetal deformity, miscarriage and thyroid disease in animals. a meeting with council members is slated for next Tuesday November 30th.

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S.C. ELECTION VOTE ANTICIPATED TODAY 11-24-10 07:40 a.v.

The Santa Cruz County Elections Department is expected to update vote totals for the November 2nd election today. Santa Cruz County Clerk Gail Pellerin says the office is on track for submitting a final tally to the state by the November 30th deadline. According to Pellerin, 5-thousand provisional ballots, a required manual count of 1-percent of precinct votes, a required manual count of all touch-screen votes and an audit of all precincts, has kept the office busy.

 

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CHP BEGINS MAX. ENFORCEMENT PERIOD 11-24-10 07:10 a.v.

n an effort to protect motorists during this holiday period, a maximum enforcement period has been put into force by the California Highway Patrol. The enforcement period begins at 6 p.m. today and is said to continue through 11:59 p.m. this Sunday. The Thanksgiving enforcement period coincides with the statewide “Click it or Ticket” campaign, which began yesterday (tues) and runs through Monday November 29th. In addition to issuing tickets to motorists and passengers who fail to use their seatbelts, C-H-P officers will also be ticketing impaired drivers.

 

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CHP OFFICER HOSPITALIZED 11-24-10 07:00 a.v.

A C-H-P officer was hospitalized yesterday in Santa Cruz after sustaining injuries from a car accident. The 1:20 p.m. incident occurred when a woman driving a Ford Mustang was traveling northbound on Highway-17, near Laurel Curve. The woman lost control of her vehicle, veered off the roadway then hit the patrol car. The driver of the mustang has been identified as 22-year old Natalie Nelson. No arrests were made, and no lanes were blocked.

 

 

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