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COASTAL COMMISSION MTG. IN S.C. 11-17-10 12:0 a.v.

A meeting tomorrow between the state Coastal Commission and the City of Santa Cruz, is expected to revisit the city’s Arana Gulch development plans along with temporarily allowing dredging to continue at the harbor. The Santa Cruz Port District is expected to ask for a 6-month extension on a 5-year dredging permit, which expired in October. The commission is also expected to grant a request from the City of Santa Cruz to forgo the 6-month waiting period required before re-proposing a project. The city’s plan to build twin bike paths through the 68-acre Arana Gulch was rejected last month on a vote of 5-to-5, and a waiver request has been submitted by Santa Cruz County supervisor, Commissioner Mark Stone.

 

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MARINA FIRE STATION WORK BEGINS 11-17-10 11:30 a.v.

In an effort to provide the city of Marina with a 2nd fire station, work has begun on renovating an old Army firehouse at the city's Municipal Airport. An expansion of the Fire Department’s facilities, which was planned for several years, has been on hold due to the economic downturn. Renovating the old station on Hillcrest Avenue is expected to improve fire services for the community, while also providing a full service department to the existing building, which was built in the 1990’s.

 

 

 

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SALINAS POLICE POSITIONS APPROVED 11-17-10 11:00 a.v.

The Salinas City Council approved 2 new police positions yesterday in a unanimous vote. The first position, a crime analyst is said to help with the study and compilation of data from multiple intelligence sources. While the second, a civilian police services manager will replace the deputy chief position, and is expected to allow the administrative division in the Police Department to be staffed and managed entirely by civilian personnel.

 

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MBARI SEEKS TO EXPAND FACILITIES 11-17-10 10:30 a.v.

A proposal was announced this week to demolish a long-time Moss Landing Seafood Restaurant in order to expand research facilities at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. Phil’s Fish Market, which has been on the Peninsula for the past 30-years, has been operating in a building owned by MBARI for the past 11 years. An advisory land-use committee met this week and has ruled in favor of Phil’s Fish Market, and is expected to recommend a denial of MBARI’s proposal to the Monterey County Planning Commission.

 

 

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’06 NO CONTEST PLEA 11-17-10 10:00 a.v.

Salinas man pleaded “no contest” yesterday to a shooting that involed a police officer 4 years ago. 23-year old Danny Franco was driving a Ford Explorer on September 16th of 2006 when officers attempted to stop the SUV because it was reportedly used as a getaway vehicle during an attempted homicide. Franco, who was charged with attempted murder and assault with a firearm on a police officer, was facing life in prison. He is expected to be sentenced next month to 25-years and 4 months.

 

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