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S.C. CAMPING BAN ARREST/CITATIONS 08-13-10 05:30 a.v.

1 arrest was made and 6 citations were issued this week during an on-going camping ban in Santa Cruz.   The protestors with the group, Peace Camp 2010, relocated to Santa Cruz City Hall this week from the County Courthouse, where they’ve been demonstrating since July 4th. Homeless activists are calling for an end to the city ban on sleeping outside between 11 p.m. and 8:30 a.m.  Protestors say that there isn’t enough space at local homeless shelters for those in need of housing.

 

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LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST PV WATER AGENCY 08-12-10 19:30 a.v.

One of the directors with the Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency is suing the Agency over an 8-year-old fee on groundwater pumping. Director John G. Eiskamp filed his lawsuit this week seeking to overturn the augmentation fee after the agency won a vote for a new rate structure intended to replace the previously challenged free. Eiskamp believes the agency will not only collect the new rates but continue to bill the $80 fee from 2002 as well.

 

 

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S.C. GRAFFITI PERPETRATOR ARRESTED 08-12-10 19:10 a.v.

An Aptos man was arrested yesterday on suspicion of committing 160 acts of graffiti during the past 18 months. 19-year old Alfonso H. “Pancho” Ramirez has been charged with 5 felony counts and is expected to be arraigned tomorrow. Graffiti cases involved businesses, government property and other sites within the city of Santa Cruz causing damages estimated at $11,700. Graffiti should be reported to local police agencies.

 

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SALINAS SECURITY IMPERSONATOR 08-12-10 19:00 a.v.

A Salinas man was arrested this week for impersonating a security officer in 2 different situations. 21-year old Jacob Rogers was taken into custody Wednesday after complaints were received from residents at the Nantucket Bay Apartments about a private security company at their complex making vehicle stops and issuing parking citations. The Santa Cruz Market also reported that an unknown security officer went into the store, patted down several juveniles and escorted them out prior to releasing them. Rogers was booked into Monterey County Jail on charges of impersonating an officer and violating probation.

 

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4 CITIES FOR PEACE 08-12-10 18:50 a.v.

Plans to partner up with 4 South Monterey Counties in an effort to battle the ongoing gang problem, are expected to be announced tomorrow. Officials announced today that the mayors of Soledad, Gonzales, Greenfield and King City will hold a press conference at 4 p.m. outside of Soledad City Hall at 248 Main Street. Mayors are expected to discuss the formation of the “4-Cities for Peace”, or 4-C-4-P Plan, a joint effort to address ways to reduce the violence and sustain peace inside the communities of South County.

 

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