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San Justo Reservoir landslides 11/26/10 0800 E.A.

A plan has been developed to solve the landslide issue at the San Justo Reservoir. Slow seepage of water from the reservoir has saturated the soil on the perimeter, causing a large number of landslides. A consultant was hired to develop a plan to alternate the water storage throughout the year to moderate the seepage of water. The plan is expected to cost about 750-thousand dollars.

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SBHS Hiring 2 New Teachers 11/26/10 0800 E.A.

Administrators from San Benito High School have announced that money from the Federal Emergency Jobs Bill will be used to hire new teachers. The school has received 645-thousand dollars that will be put aside to hire a full-time English teacher and rehire a retired science teacher. The funding is a one time injection, and once the money is gone, administrators will have to eliminate the positions or find new sources of funding.

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Assualt w/ Car, Arrest 11/26/10 8:45am TDH

A prunedale man was arrested yesterday, after allegedly hitting multiple people with his car.   47-year-old Brett Reed allegedly struck 2-people when they tried to block his car.  He then fled the scene.   Reed was located, and arrested by Monterey County Sheriff’s Deputies.   He faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon.   The 2-victims sustained minor injuries, and were treated and released from a local hospital.

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Redwoods study 11/26/10 TDH

A group of california university researchers are teaming up, to conduct an extensive study of how redwoods are reacting to climate change.  The 2.5-million-dollar redwoods climate initiative has researchers climbing in trees in 16-sites around the state.  Redwoods, including those in forests in andrew molera state park (south of monterey), and big basin redwoods state park in santa cruz, will be analyzed to see how they have responded to different levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere over time.

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Thanksgiving Meals Served 11/26/10 8am TDH

 The improvised Thanksgiving event regularly held at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Santa Cruz, was a success yesterday, after the meal nearly didn’t happen.  After the closure of the Vets’ building on Front street, the charity meal was in danger of not being held.  However volunteers formed the “Friends of Thanksgiving” group 4-weeks ago, and secured the Civic Auditorium as a venue.  More than 3-hundred volunteers helped put on the event, and served more than 1-thousand Thanksgiving meals.

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