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K.C. COMMUNITY BUDGET MTGS 02-04-11 10:30 a.v.

A series of community meetings are slated for King City in an effort to help reduce the city’s operating budget. Officials will allow residents to decide and prioritize what services they want, and how much they’re willing to pay for them in an attempt to cut $150,000 from it’s 5-million dollar general budget fund. A total of 6 meetings are slated, the first to be held next Thursday night at City Hall.  Residents are expected to vote on their priorities of services in order to expedite the process.

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SAL. MOTEL DRUG BUST ARREST 02-04-11 09:30 a.v.

3 people were arrested last night in connection with a drug bust that occurred at a Salinas motel. A search warrant was served at around 8 p.m. at the Goodnite Inn on the 500 block of Work Street after authorities received a report that a wanted felon was staying there. 22-year old Travis Morton was arrested after a search of his room yielded over a half-ounce of heroin packaged for sales, pepper spray, forged U.S. Currency, and drug paraphernalia. 2 women were also arrested, 19-year old Megan Baker and 23-year old Dakota Martin, both from Salinas.

 

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DWNTWN S.C. CAR/HOME CRASH - UPDATED 02-04-11 08:30 a.v.

The driver of a sports utility vehicle was hospitalized after crashing into a Santa Cruz home last night. The 10:30 p.m. incident occurred when the driver lost control of his SUV on Mission Street and Miramar Drive, and drove through 2 fences, a courtyard, and finally came to rest after smashing into the corner of the home. The driver fled from the area but was found at Miramar Drive and King Street with a head injury. He was taken into custody before being taken to the hospital.

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SALINAS MARKET ROBBERY 02-04-11 08:30 a.v.

2 young suspects are being sought after they attempted to rob a Salinas market at gunpoint last night. Police say the two entered the East Alvin Drive market just before 9 p.m. and demanded money. The suspects left after the clerk was not able to open the cash register, and were last seen on westbound Alvin Drive toward Rainer Drive. The 1st suspect is described as a 13-to-14-year old boy and the 2nd is described as a 15-to-16-year old . The clerk believes the boys were the same suspects who robbed the store last week. An investigation into this case continues.

 

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S.C. RAIL FUNDING APPROVAL 02-04-11 07:30 a.v.

In a meeting yesterday, the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission unanimously voted on using federal funds set aside for local projects to cover costs related to the pending purchase of 32-miles of coastal rail line. Last month the state approved the commission’s request for 14.2 million dollars to buy the Union Pacific property connecting Watsonville to Davenport. In order to share engineering and closing costs, Union Pacific is required to pay $400,000 and the County, will pay $250,000, which will come from Regional Surface Transportation Program Exchange Funds, which are federal dollars exchanged for state funding that can be used by municipalities.

 

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