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S.C. ROUNDABOUT CONSTRUCTION BEGINS 10-26-10 19:20 a.v.

A contract was awarded to a Central Coast developer this week to begin work on the first roundabout in the Santa Cruz Beach area. The first phase of the project, is slated to start this week at the Pacific Avenue and Center street intersection (Depot Park) and continue through early next spring. The overall plan involves the construction of 2 roundabouts, one at Pacific Avenue and Center Street and another at Pacific Avenue and Beach Street. The roundabout at the Pacific Avenue and Beach Street intersection, is set to begin after the 2011 summer season.

 

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MAN ORDERED OFF S.V. PROPERTY 10-26-10 18:50 a.v.

Officers in Scotts Valley detained a man who they say was ordered off a property at gunpoint after he entered a home Friday evening. The stranger entered the Green Valley Road home through the back door at around 7 p.m. when the home’s resident asked the man to leave. The suspect, who refused to leave, was then ordered out of the home by the home’s resident, who was armed with a firearm. Santa Cruz Sheriff’s deputies say they arrived as the suspect was trying to flee on his bicycle.

 

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S.C. CONSIDERS PHONE ACTIVATED PARKING 10-26-10 18:40 a.v.

During their meeting today, Santa Cruz City Council members considered a proposal to install phone-activated parking meters in the downtown area prior to the start of the holiday season. Consumers would receive a text message on their cell phone 15-minutes before their metered parking space is set to expire. The user can ten call a toll-free number to pay by credit card, or use an application on their smart-phone. The cost is 35-cents per transaction or 25-cents if users pay a $1.75 monthly access fee. If approved, the new program could begin as early as 6 weeks.

 

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CONVICTION IN ’08 POSTAL WORKERS DEATH 10-26-10 18:30 a.v.

A Salinas man pleaded guilty today to killing his girlfriend, a U.S. Postal Service worker, over 2 years ago. 47-year old Edward Gardner pleaded guilty to murder in the 2nd degree after officers found the woman fatally stabbed in her bedroom on February 7th of 2008. Gardner, who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter in 1994, is slated to be sentenced on December 2nd to serve 35-years to life in prison due to the prior conviction and it’s qualification as a violent felony.

 

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SJV FARMING EQUIPMENT SWAP 10-26-10 18:00 a.v.

In an effort to lower air pollution in the San Joaquin Valley, California farmers and ranchers are replacing old diesel tractors with cleaner running farm equipment. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Services has been working with farmers to replace over 8-hundred out-dated machines with more modern equipment. Officials say the equipment swap has reduced emissions of nitrogen oxide by over 13-hundred tons. The California’s farm belt is said to have the highest levels of airborne dust, smoke and soot in the country.

 

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