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Car accident traps man 01/24/12 9:45p.m. TDH

A car accident yesterday on corralitos road left a man with major injuries.  C-h-p officers responded to the incident at 11:45 a.m..  the victim was trapped inside a vehicle after the wreck.  firefighters were able to free the man.  The cause of the accident is under investigation.

Smart meters report 01/24/12 4p.m. TDH

Santa cruz county supervisors have extended a moratorium on smart meters in unincorporated areas of the county, following a report by the county health officer that raised questions about the safety of the wireless meters.   The report by the county’s top health official, Doctor poki namkung, concludes that not enough research has been done to declare safe the radio frequency that is emitted by smart meters.  While the report did not conclude that the meters were dangerous, it did say that more information is needed before they can be declared safe, and that some people with sensitivities to the radio waves could be at further health risk.   The installation-moratorium is non-binding in santa cruz county, and pg and e has been installing the meters regardless.  However, the state public utilities commission is set to meet next week, to decide if customers should be allowed to opt-out of having a meter.

LOCAL CONGRESSMAN SAM FARR ON DR. BILL WATTENBERG’S SHOW TOMORROW 01/24/12 MZ/S.S.

LOCAL  CONGRESSMAN  SAM  FARR  PLANS  TO  BE  ON  DR.  BILL  WATTENBERG’S SHOW  TOMORROW….STARTING  AT  12:30.

THE  SUBJECTS  UP  FOR  DISCUSSION  ARE:

-         CITATIONS  ISSUED  TO  TOW-IN  SURFERS  NEAR  MOSS  LANDING,

-         AND  THE  CONTROVERSY  SURROUND  MARINE  BIOLOGIST  NANCY  BLACK ALLEGEDLY  FEEDING  SHARKS  IN  THE  MONTEREY  BAY NATIONAL  MARINE  SANCTUARY.

DOCTOR  BILL  WATTENBERG’S SHOW  RUNS  FROM  NOON  UNTIL  2  P.M.  MONDAYS,  TUESDAYS.  AND  WEDNESDAYS,   HERE  ON  K.S.C.O. RADIO….AND  LOCAL  CONGRESSMAN  SAM  FARR  EXPECTS  TO  JOIN  THE SHOW  AT  12:30  TOMORROW.

SALINAS MAN CONVICTED - 01/24/12 11:19 S.S.

A  19  YEAR-OLD  SALINAS  MAN   HAS   BEEN   CONVICTED  OF  KILLING   A  22  YEAR-OLD  SALINAS  MAN   IN  AUGUST  OF  2009.      ALVARO  GONZALES FACES  LIFE  IN  PRISON….WITHOUT  THE  POSSIBILITY  OF  PAROLE….BECAUSE  THAT’S  THE  SENTENCE  REQUIRED  BY  LAW  (FOR  ANYONE  WHO  IS  CONVICTED  OF  COMMITTING  FIRST  DEGREE  MURDER  WITH  ROBBERY).   GONZALES IS  EXPECTED  TO  RECEIVE  THAT  SENTENCE  FEBRUARY  28TH

HIS  VICTIM, CRESENDO  GARCIA WAS  BEATEN  WITH  A  TIRE  IRON  AND  THROWN  OFF  A  BRIDGE  INTO  THE  ARROYO  SECO  RIVER….WHERE  HE  WAS  LEFT  TO  DROWN.

WHISPERING OAKS DELAY - 01/24/12 10:39 S.S.

THE  MONTEREY  COUNTY  BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS  HAVE  DELAYED  THEIR  RECONSIDERATION  OF WHISPERING  OAKS  BUSINESS  PARK…..WHICH  WAS  INITIALLY  APPROVED  FOR  A  SITE  ON  THE FORMER  FORT  ORD.   THE  DELAY  IS  DUE  TO  ONGOING  SETTLEMENT  TALKS  BETWEEN  BUS  TRANSIT  OFFICIALS (WHO  WANT  TO  CONSTRUCT  THE  NEW  MONTEREY-SALINAS  TRANSIT  HEADQUARTERS  THERE);  OFFICIALS  WITH  LANDWATCH;  AND  MEMBERS  OF  THE  MONTEREY  COUNTY  REDEVELOPMENT  AGENCY.       MONTEREY  COUNTY  SUPERVISORS  ARE  NOW  SET  TO  CONSIDER  SCHEDULING  THE  PUBLIC  HEARING  FOR  FEBRUARY  14TH.

THE  PROJECT,  WHICH  WAS  INITIALLY  APPROVED  LAST  SUMMER  PROMPTED  A  REFERENDUM  PETITION.    MORE  THAN  18  THOUSAND  SIGNATURES  WERE  GATHERED  IN  HOPES  OF  SAVING  THE  VALUABLE  RECREATIONAL  SPACE,  AS  WELL  AS  THE  34  HUNDRED  OAK  TREES SLATED  FOR  REMOVAL.     THE   PETITION   WAS  CERTIFIED,  AND  THE  BOARD  HAS  UNTIL  MARCH TO  ACT.