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FATAL ACCIDENT IN P.G. - 04/11/13 08:30 S.S.

A  97 YEAR-OLD  MAN  SUFFERED  FATAL  INJURIES  WHEN  HE  WAS  HIT  BY  A  CAR  AS  HE  WALKED  IN  PACIFIC  GROVE  YESTERDAY.     THE  7:43  A.M.  ACCIDENT  OCCURRED  AT  THE INTERSECTION  OF  PINE  AVENUE AND  19TH STREET.     THE   PEDESTRIAN  WAS  TRANSPORTED  TO  COMMUNITY  HOSPITAL  OF  THE  MONTEREY  PENINSULA,  WHERE  HE  SUCCUMBED  TO HIS  INJURIES.   THE  55  YEAR-OLD  DRIVER  (WHO  WAS  DRIVING  EASTBOUND  ON  PINE)  SAID  HE  WAS  DRIVING  INTO  THE  SUN  AND  DID  NOT  SEE  THE  PEDESTRIAN.

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MIRAMAR LIQUOR LICENSE REVOKED - 04/10/13 20:39 S.S.

THE  BEER  AND WINE  LICENSE  FOR  THE  MIRAMAR  RESTAURANT  AND  BAR IN  WATSONVILLE HAS  BEEN  REVOKED.      THAT  AFTER  THE  OWNER  OF  THE  FACILITY  RECEIVED  VIOLATION  AFTER  VIOLATION  OVER  THE  PAST YEAR.      THOSE  VIOLATIONS  INCLUDED:  ALLOWING  UNDERAGE  DRINKINGFAILING TO PROVIDE  FOOD  SERVICE  WITH  ALCOHOL  SALES,  AND  SELLING  DISTILLED  SPIRITS;   ALTHOUGH  IT  IS  A  RESTAURANT  AND  BAR  THAT IS  SUPPOSED  TO  PROVIDE  FOOD,  AND  IS  ONLY  ALLOWED  TO SELL  BEER  AND  WINE.      THE  WATSONVILLE  CITY  COUNCIL VOTED  UNANIMOUSLY TO  REVOKE  THE  BEER  AND WINE  PERMIT.

OWNER  JUAN  YEPEZ-GARCIA CAN  RE-APPLY  FOR  A  BEER  AND  WINE  PERMIT  AGAIN  IN  6  MONTHS.

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PARKING METERS - 04/10/13 17:45 GE

THE CAPITOLA CITY COUNCIL IS SCHEDULED TO MEET AT 7:00 P-M TOMORROW NIGHT, AND ONE OF THE ISSUES TO BE DISCUSSED WILL BE THE ELIMINATION OF OLD-FASHIONED SINGLE-SPACE PARKING METERS. COUNCILMAN MIKE TERMINI IS ASKING FOR NEWER TECHNOLOGY, THAT WOULD MAKE IT EASIER FOR USERS TO PAY THEIR FEES WITH CREDIT CARDS. ONE OF THE PARKING AREAS IN MIND, INCLUDES THE 226-SPACE LOT AT LOWER PACIFIC COVE. 5 PAY STATIONS, TO BE INSTALLED ALONG CLIFF DRIVE (AND AT THE INTERSECTION OF MONTEREY AND CAPITOLA AVENUES), WERE RECOMMENDED BY PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR STEVE JESBERG. EACH OF THE NEW METERS IS EXPECTED TO COST 15 THOUSAND DOLLARS. THE TOTAL COST OF THE NEW PARKING EQUIPMENT IS LIKELY TO BE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF 78 THOUSAND DOLLARS.

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B C MAN DIED IN CRASH - 04/10/13 12:39 S.S.

A  BOULDER  CREEK  MAN  REPORTEDLY  SUFFERED  FATAL  INJURIES  IN  A  SOLO-VEHICLE  CRASH  ON  HIGHWAY  35  NEAR SUMMIT  ROAD  EARLY  THIS  MORNING.      THAT  AFTER  THE  38  YEAR-OLD  MAN  LOST  CONTROL  OF  HIS  NORTHBOUND  VEHICLE  JUST  BEFORE  1  A-M,  AND  IT  CROSSED  INTO  THE  SOUTHBOUND  LANES….AND  THEN  CRASHED  DOWN  AN  EMBANKMENT.    HE  WAS  EJECTED  FROM  THE  SEDAN,  AND  WAS  DECLARED  DEAD  AT  THE  SCENE.

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FIRE IN SEASIDE APT - WED. A.M. - 04/10/13 11:39 S.S.

FIREFIGHTERS  ARE  ON  THE  SCENE  OF  AN  APARTMENT  FIRE  IN  SEASIDE.    THE  BLAZE  (WHICH  WAS  CALLED  IN  JUST  BEFORE  11  A.M.  THIS  MORNING)   IS  ON  THE  14  HUNDRED  BLOCK  OF  YOSEMITE  STREET  (BETWEEN  VALMAR  COURT  AND  SONOMA  AVENUE).   

12:20 p.m. update:

A  woman  and  her  3  year-old  child  (both  of  whom  suffered  serious  burns)  were  rescued  from  the  Seaside  apartment,  and  have  been  air-lifted  to  a  bay  area  trauma  center.   The  fire is  now  out,  but  firefighters  are  still on the scene.  Nearby  Highland Elementary School was placed on lock-down for a while due to this fire.

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