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Drug Arrests 02/17/11 9:30a.m. TDH

Salinas police arrested 2-people on Tuesday, on drug charges.   Officers responded to a report of drug activity taking place at the El Dorado Motel, on North Main Street, at 10:20 a.m.   They arrested 27-year-old Maggie Pauley, and 41-year-old Steven Blanton, for allegedly possessing methamphetamine, a pipe, and syringes.   The 2 were booked into Monterey County Jail.

 

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SEASIDE FORECLOSED HOMES ORDINANCE 02/17/11 E.A.

A PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO REQUIRE FORECLOSED HOMES BE MAINTAINED IN THE CITY OF SEASIDE IS SET TO BE REVIEWED AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT. THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE WOULD REQUIRE BANKS TO REGISTER PROPERTIES WITH THE CITY OF SEASIDE ONCE A FORECLOSURE NOTICE IS ISSUED, AND THAT OWNERS OF FORECLOSED HOMES MUST MAINTAIN THE HOMES TO A “NEIGHBORHOOD STANDARD”. IF THE ORDINANCE PASSES ITS FIRST READING TONIGHT, IT WILL BE REVIEWED AND VOTED ON A SECOND TIME BEFORE GOING INTO EFFECT.

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Hearing Set, Marij. Clinic 02/17/11 8:30a.m. TDH

A contempt hearing for the operators of a Monterey medical marijuana clinic has been set.  The owners of My Care Giver Co-operative Incorporated, have been ordered to appear in court on March 24th.   They are accused of continuing to operate the clinic on Lighthouse Avenue, despite an injunction ordering them not to.  City officials allege that evidence was found during a search last Friday, suggesting that marijuana was still be sold from the building.

 

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P.V. Adult Education Cut 02/17/11 8:15a.m. TDH

Pajaro Valley School board members gave preliminary approval to cutting 1-million-dollars from adult education programs this week.   Although the decision isn’t final, the 4-2 vote on Tuesday clears the way to begin sending layoff noticed to affected teachers, by March 15th.   The district must still make other cuts, as it faces a projected shortfall of several million dollars over the next few years.  The cuts will have to be deeper, if voters do not extend a series of tax measures this June.

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P.V. Food Pantry Director Named 02/17/11 7:45a.m. TDH

The food-assistance organization Pajaro Valley Loaves and Fishes has announced a new Executive Director.   Margarita Cortez will lead the organization in all aspects of operations and fundraising.   Cortez was born and raised in Watsonville, and is a U.C. santa Barabara graduate.  She returns to head up the charity that helped her family, after their home was destroyed by the 1989 Loma Prietta earthquake.    To learn more about Pajaro Valley Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry and Kitchen, visit their website, at: www.pvloavesandfishes.org.

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