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Man turns self in, S.V. 12/15/11 6:20p.m. TDH

A 37-year-old man who was wanted on an outstanding warrant has been arrested.   eric wampole was wanted for making repeated, harassing calls to the scotts valley department.   He turned himself in at the department yesterday (thurs).

 

Suit to stop drilling 12/15/11 6p.m. TDH

2-environmental groups have filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking to halt plans to drill for oil and natural gas in south monterey county.  the sierra club and the center for biological diversity filed the suit, challenging the lease of over 23-hundred acres to an energy company, B-L-N.    The company has 10-years to develop the land for drilling, but the environmental groups contend that the land should not be made available, because the process being used was not adequately studied.  The suit contends that hydraulic fracturing would threaten water supplies and endanger local plants and animals.  B-L-N contends the process is safe and has been used at hundreds of locations around California.   The case is scheduled to continue in march.

 

p.g. parking meters considered 12/15/11 5p.m. TDH

Pacific grove city council members rejected a proposal to put parking kiosks in downtown parking lots.  The council was presented with a series of plans by chief cit planner lynn burgess, which considered a number of measures to increase revenue.  While city council members turned down the kiosks, they are considering installing electronic monitors at lovers point, and increasing meters downtown.  Downtown meters could generate as much as 68-thosuand dollars for the city annually.

Mco school board against methyl iodide 12/15/11 5p.m. TDH

Members of the monterey county board of education urged state lawmakers to reverse course on the implementation of methyl iodide as a preferred soil fumigant.  Board members voted 6 to 1 wednesday in favor of resolution, which urges state officials to re-examine health risks posed by the chemical.    It’s the 3rd central coast school district to speak out against the pesticide, which officials want to replace methyl bromide.

 

TIES TO SANTA CRUZ - 12/15/11 08:56 S.S.

A  TEENAGER,  WHO  WAS  SHOT  AND  KILLED  IN  VALLEJO  THIS  WEEK,  REPORTEDLY  HAD  TIES  TO SANTA  CRUZ.  DARJHAN  LEWIS’S BODY  WAS  FOUND  IN  THE  DRIVEWAY  OF  A  GRANT  STREET  HOME  TUESDAY.       HE  WAS  THE SECOND  TO  BE  SHOT  THAT  DAY  IN  VALLEJO.        IT  IS  UNCLEAR  AT  THIS  TIME  IF  THE  2  SHOOTINGS  WERE  CONNECTED.