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MO.CO. CITY COUNCILMAN RESIGNS 02/09/11 0800 E.A.

FORMER GONZALEZ MAYOR AND LONGTIME CITY COUNCILMAN MATT GOURLEY HAS RESIGNED FROM HIS POSITION. GOURLEY HAS SERVED IN THE CITY COUNCIL SINCE HE WAS ELECTED IN 1998. THE RESIGNATION TOOK EFFECT MONDAY EVENING, GOURLEY SAID IT WAS JUST TIME TO MOVE ON. THE GONZALEZ CITY COUNCIL CAN EITHER APPOINT A NEW MEMBER TO FILL THE NOW VACANT SEAT, OR A SPECIAL ELECTION CAN BE HELD, OR THE SEAT CAN BE LEFT VACANT UNTIL THE NEXT ELECTION.

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SAL. SIDEWALK REPAIRS 02-09-11 08:00 a.v.

The Salinas City Council voted yesterday to come up with a solution preventing residents from having to pay for public sidewalk repairs. Salinas mayor, Dennis Donohue, proposed creating a resident’s led panel dedicated to addressing the city’s growing number of damaged sidewalks. Several solutions were presented including asking the council to pass an ordinance that would put the financial burden, or part of it, on the shoulders of property owners.

 

 

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WVILLE TEEN GRAFFITI CHARGES GUILTY PLEA 02-09-11 05:30 a.v.

A Watsonville teen pled guilty to 3 counts of felony vandalism and 7 counts of misdemeanor vandalism yesterday. 18-year old Alfonso Remijio Jaquez was charged with vandalizing countless structures in 160 different places across Santa Cruz County, costing the county over $25,000 in clean up costs. He is expected to be sentenced on March 9th.

 

 

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WORK STARTS ON PRUNEDALE ROAD PROJECT 02-08-11 19:00 a.v.

Monterey County Transit officials say a county road work project gets underway this week. Preliminary work is set to begin tomorrow for the Prunedale Improvement Project by removing trees along Highway 101, near Prunedale and Salinas in an effort to prevent birds from being adversely affected by construction activities. The road work is part of the 13-mile project, which will include tree removal along Highway 101 near Echo Valley Road and near Espinoza and Russell Roads.

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MPC RANKS HIGH IN SURVEY 02-08-11 18:00 a.v.

Monterey Peninsula College received high marks in a statewide audit this week. The audit, which evaluated 36-California community colleges for their responsiveness to public record requests, tested each district’s compliance with state public records laws when receiving a request from an unknown person. MPC had a timely response to the request for information, provided all the information requested and did not question the identity of the person making the request. According to an audit official, the college received an A-plus.

 

 

 

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