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GILROY CAR CRASH FATALITY 09-10-10 11:30 a.v.

The CHP has reported a fatality this morning in the Gilroy area between Casa De Fruita and Dinosaur Point on Pacheco Pass. The crash involved 2 vehicles traveling Eastbound just before 10 a.m. at Highway-152 and Bell Station Road. Eastbound lanes on Bell Station Road were closed as of 10:10 a.m. and are expected to remain closed until noon.  Meanwhile, a coroner has been called to the scene.  Police are diverting traffic in the area.


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DOWNTOWN S.C. SEWER PROJECT 09-10-10 10:40 a.v.

The City of Santa Cruz Public Works Department will begin work next week on repairing a sewer main in the downtown area. Construction work is slated to start Monday September 13th and is expected to be completed by the end of the month. The work will consist of replacing the sewer main and manhole on May Street between Water Street to Hubbard Avenue. Residents and businesses will be able to continue to use their plumbing during construction. Street parking will be prohibited during construction hours from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., and traffic will be restricted to local traffic only.

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Monterey County State Parks officials warn that if California continues without a budget, park visitors may be soon have do without restrooms and other basic services. A Monterey sector state parks superintendent announced yesterday that budget-related issues are already affecting various operations at state parks. At Carmel River State Beach, restrooms were closed Tuesday after service was cutoff by Cal-Am water due to unpaid water bills. Officials fear that other accounts with the water utility, will affect the closure of other facilities since an arrangement has yet to be worked out with Cal-Am.


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Take Back Santa Cruz 09/10/10 0800 E.A.

A local community group has announced a new plan to help keep Santa Cruz streets safer for only 10 dollars. Due to budget restraints, a number of neighborhoods in Santa Cruz have little or no lighting on the streets. Take Back Santa Cruz, an action group against violence, has proposed that an energy efficient light bulb on the front porch will only cost 10 dollars more a year on the electric bill. Public works as well as Santa Cruz Police are urging people to leave their porch lights on over night, as well lit areas reduce crime.

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County Planning Reform 09/10/10 0800 E.A.

A meeting was held yesterday at the Aptos Chamber of Commerce to announce the changes made by the new chief of the Santa Cruz County Planning Department. Kathy Previsich took leadership of the Planning Department 6 months ago, and in that time the planning department has streamlined staff, increased service hours, and hired new staff members. Previsich said that she plans to rewrite frustrating and complicated codes for the future.

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