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CAR-FIRE ON LA MADRONA DRIVE - 05/23/13 09:03 S.S.

NO  ONE  WAS  INJURED  WHEN  A  CAR  FIRE  BROKE  OUT ON  LA  MADRONA  DRIVE IN  THE  SCOTTS  VALLEY YESTERDAY  (WEDNESDAY).       THE  DRIVER,  OF  THE  1996  VOLVO  THAT  CAUGHT  FIRE,  SAID  HE  SMELLED  GASOLINE  THROUGH  THE  VENTS,  AND  THEN  HEARD  A  LOUD  POP.      THE  CAR  FIRE  IGNITED  A  SMALL  BRUSH  FIRE,   THAT  WAS  QUICKLY  EXTINGUISHED  BY  SCOTTS  VALLEY  FIREFIGHTERS.

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MORE NORTHCOAST LAND PRESERVED - 05/22/13 08:45 S.S.

SOME  MORE  LAND  HAS  BEEN  PRESERVED  IN  THE  NORTH  COAST  AREA.    THE  SEMPERVIRENS  FUND,  ALONG  WITH  A  NUMBER  OF  BONNY DOON  HOMEOWNERS,  ANNOUNCED  THE  JOINT  PRESERVATION  EFFORT.       THE  151  ACRES  INVOLVED  IS  LOCATED  BETWEEN  THE  CEMEX  REDWOODS AND  THE  COAST  DAIRIES  PROPERTY.       THE  JOINT  PRESERVATION WILL  KEEP  THAT  4  THOUSAND  REDWOOD  TREES  THERE  FROM  BEING  LOGGED.

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14 YEAR-OLD DIES - 05/23/13 08:30 S.S.

THE  14  YEAR-OLD  BOY,   WHO  WAS  STABBED  IN  THE NECK  BY  A  WOMAN  LAST  WEEK  IN  SALINAS,  HAS  DIED.       RICARDO  RUIZ WAS  ATTACKED  MAY  17TH,  WHILE  WALKING  IN  THE  AREA  OF  NORTH  MADEIRA  AND  EAST ALISAL  STREETS .      THIS  FATAL  STABBING IS  BEING  INVESTIGATED  AS  A  “GANG-RELATED  HOMICIDE”.

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MEASURE O $1MILLION -052113 20:30 KWJ

MEASURE O MAY BRING IN 1 MILLION DOLLARS OVER

THE 2013-14 FISCAL YEAR.    AFTER YEARS OF CUTTING

BACK, CAPITOLA MAY HAVE MORE FUNDS NEXT YEAR.

OF THE CITY’S $13.8 MILLION DOLLAR BUDGET THE

ADDITIONAL MILLION DOLLARS, WOULD GO TOWARDS,

STREET MAINTENANCE, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS,

REPLENISH RESERVES, PUBLIC WORKS CREW AND

POLICE.

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BOY BIT BY DOG - 052113 17:00 KWJ

AN UNLEASHED DOG BIT A 5 YEAR-OLD BOY AT RIO DEL MAR BEACH ABOUT 12:30 TUESDAY AFTERNOON.     THE MALE, BOXER-AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD MIX WEIGHING OVER 50 POUNDS REPORTEDLY RAN UP TO THE BOY AND GRABBED HIM BY THE HEAD.     THE BOY WHO IS AN APTOS RESIDENT WAS TAKEN TO A LOCAL HOSPITAL WITH SEVERE INJURIES TO HIS HEAD, NECK AND ARM.     THE DOG WAS EUTHANIZED SHORTLY AFTER THE INCIDENT.

 

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