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S.V. Alcohol-Enforcement Grant 01/30/11 9:30pm TDH

Scotts Valley Police are set to conduct additional alcohol-control operations starting this month.  A grant from The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is helping fund the effort to provide better training to those who sell alcohol.  Police also plan to use underage-decoys, who will try to buy alcohol during the operation, which is set to last from February through June.

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MCO Gang Sweep 01/30/11 9:30pm TDH

A law-enforcement operation in South Monterey County resulted in 8-arrests on Saturday.   The joint operation was conducted by police departments of King City, Greenfield, Gonzales, and Soledad.   The sweep targeted gang members on parole, or who had outstanding warrants.

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S.V. Prostitution Arrest 01/30/11 9:30pm TDH

A Scotts Valley Masseuse was arrested on Friday night, on suspicion of prostitution.   Scotts Valley police officers issued a search warrant at the Shiatsu Spa on Scotts Valley Drive, after an undercover officer was allegedly propositioned by 62-year-old Zhang Qui Ying.   Authorities report they had received numerous complaints about the business.   Ying was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail.

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Solar Panels Installed 01/30/11 9:30pm TDH

A Santa Cruz non-profit organization is utilizing some untapped funds from a legal settlement to install solar panels on its offices.  Non-profits' Insurance Alliance of California has contracted with Santa Cruz-based Solar Technologies to install the solar panels, on the building located at 333 Front Street.   The organization's leaders hope the investment of more than 450-thousand dollars pays for itself in about 10-years.  The work is scheduled to be completed sometime later this week.

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Bike Riding Up in SC 01/30/11 9:30pm TDH

The number of bicycle riders in Santa Cruz County has increased more than 25-percent, over the past 7-years.  That's according to a recently-conducted Observation Survey performed by the county's Health Services Agency.  Staff members with the Community Traffic Safety Coalition, along with volunteers, spent 75-hours observing 41-sights throughout the county, and recognized the increase by focusing on high-traffic areas.  This year's survey is not expected to be conducted due to budget cuts.

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