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Pipeline Project Expected to Cause Traffic Delays in Salinas- 4/30/15 07:00 S.G.

A waste water pipeline project is expected to cause major traffic delays in Salinas. Starting next week, the westbound lane on East Blanco Road will be closed between Blanco Circle and La Mesa Way. The roadway will be closed for 8 weeks, while crews install new waste water pipes to support agriculture. City officials plan to hold a public meeting at city hall every Wednesday at 11 a.m. to keep the community updated on the progress of the project.

 

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Santa Cruz Police Seeking Man Who Attempted to Lure Teenager- 4/30/15 06:30 S.G.

Santa Cruz police are seeking a man who attempted to lure a teenage girl. The incident took place last Thursday around 3:30 p.m. The man reportedly tried to lure a 16-year-old girl and asked her for her phone number on the 700 block of California Street. He is in his early 20s, of Asian or African American ethnicity, around 130 pounds, with black medium length hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt and khaki pants. The man’s vehicle has been described as a black, two-door car with tinted windows and black rims. Anyone with information is to contact Santa Cruz police.

 

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Business Owner Helps Nepalese - 04/29/15 21:04 S.S.

The death toll from Nepal’s recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake is up to 55-hundred people, and several Monterey county residents are trying to raise money to send to help the survivors. Carmel Valley business owner Christine Kolisch says Nepal is her ‘other home’ and she has a goal of trying to raise 40-thousand dollars to send to the survivors. College Physics teacher Dhan Khadka has been spending his free time doing what he can too. People who wish to help can go on-line and donate to:    WeHelpNepal.org.

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Panhandling Crackdown in Watsonville - 04/29/15 20:53 S.S.

Watsonville could soon be cracking down on aggressive panhandlers. That after a new temporary ordinance was approved this week, that would allow police officers to cite such people. Those who violate the ordinance twice in 6 months could face a misdemeanor charge, or be eligible for jail time. The ordinance will be revisited after a 6-month trial.

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Possible Minimum Wage Increase In SC - 04/29/15 20:49 S.S.

Santa Cruz City leaders are taking the first steps towards considering increasing the minimum wage in their town. The increase would be on top of the new state minimum of 10-dollars-an-hour that will start next year. City leaders requested that the Economic Development Department come back with an evaluation process (that includes business owners and others) in 6 weeks.

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