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GOVERNOR APPOINTMENTS 06/26/13 17:08 GE

AS PART OF A STATE PLAN TO REORGANIZE THE NUMBER OF STATE AGENCIES, GOVERNOR BROWN ANNOUNCED THE APPOINTMENTS FOR THREE NEW DEPARTMENT HEADS.59 YEAR OLD SALINAS RESIDENT ANNA CABALLERO, HAS BEEN APPOINTED THE NEW SECRETARY OF BUSINESS, CONSUMER SERVICES AND HOUSING,   SECRETARY OF GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS WENT TO 58 YEAR OLD RENO RESIDENT, MARYBEL BATJE (baat-yeh);  AND 44 YEAR OLD BRIAN KELLY, OF SACRAMENTO WAS CHOSEN AS SECRETARY OF THE TRANSPORTATION AGENCY.

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BODY FOUND IN GILROY - 06/26/13 12:04 S.S

THE  BODY  OF  A  MAN,   WHO  WAS  REPORTED  MISSING  A WEEK  AGO,   WAS  FOUND  INSIDE  A  GILROY  OFFICE  COMPLEX  YESTERDAY  (TUESDAY).     56  YEAR-OLD  CARL  ALAN  HIRASAWA WAS  REPORTED  MISSING  LAST  WEDNESDAY.      HIS  BODY  WAS  FOUND  IN  THE  85  HUNDRED  BLOCK  IF  CHURCH  STREET  IN GILROY.

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LEASE ON WATER LAB - 6/26/13 11:20 T.F.

U.C. - SANTA CRUZ GOT A THUMBS UP FROM THE WATSONVILLE CITY COUNCIL TO OK A LEASE ON RUNNING AN EXPERIMENT WITH WATER, CALLED THE WATERLAB.      U-C-S-C STUDENTS WILL TEST OUT SEWER WATER TO SEE IF IT CAN BE PURIFIED INTO DRINKING WATER.        THE UNIVERSITY WILL PAY THE CITY AN 18 THOUSAND DOLLAR FEE TO BE ALLOWED TO DO THIS EXPERIMENT, AND THEY HOPE THAT THEY CAN EARN 50 THOUSAND DOLLARS IN GRANTS.

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KING CITY DOUBLE MURDER – update1 06/26/13B 10:39 S.S.

A  SUSPECT  IN  YESTERDAY’S  DOUBLE  MURDER,   OF  A  KING  CITY  COUPLE,  IS  STILL  AT-LARGE,  AND  THE  KING  CITY POLICE  DEPARTMENT IS  ASKING  FOR  THE  PUBLIC’S  ASSISTANCE.      THE  MAN  OF  THE  DUO  WAS  DECLARED  DEAD  AT  THE  SCENE,  WHILE  THE  WOMAN  DIED  A  SHORT  TIME  LATER.        THE  11  A-M  SHOOTING  TOOK  PLACE  ON  THE  400  BLOCK  OF  JAYNE  STREET,   NEAR  THE  KING  CITY  CHILD  DEVELOPMENT  CENTER.      The  suspect's  car  is  described  as  a  light-colored  sedan.      ANYONE  WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ON  THIS  DOUBLE  MURDER,  (OR  THE  SHOOTER  INVOLVED)    IS  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE  KING  CITY  POLICE  DEPARTMENT.

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COST OF MEASURE T - 06/26/13 10:22 S.S.

THE  COST  OF  WATSONVILLE’S  MEASURE  T SPECIAL  ELECTION  WAS  MORE  THAN  62  THOUSAND  DOLLARS.      THAT  INCLUDED  THE  COSTS  OF  NOT  ONLY  THE  BALLOTS  (AND  SAMPLE  BALLOTS)  BUT  THE  VOTER  INFORMATION  GUIDES,    POLLING PLACES,   AND  STAFF.      THAT  MEANS  THE  CITY OF  WATSONVILLE  IS  PAYING  THE SANTA CRUZ  COUNTY  ELECTIONS  DEPARTMENT 4  DOLLARS  AND  42  CENTS  PER  VOTER  (FOR  THE  JUNE  4TH SPECIAL  ELECTION).

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