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MONTEREY BAY BIRDING FESTIVAL - 07/15/10 09:46 S.S.

REGISTRATION  HAS  OPENED  FOR  THE  MONTEREY  BAY  BIRDING  FESTIVAL.     THE  THEME  FOR  THIS  YEAR’S  EVENT  IS  “THE  CALIFORNIA  COAST – FROM  CONDORS  TO  SNOWY  PLOVERS”.     THE  WATSONVILLE-BASED  FESTIVAL,  WHICH  IS SCHEDULED  TO  TAKE  PLACE  SEPTEMBER  23RD -26TH ,  IS  DESIGNED  FOR  BIRD  WATCHERS  AT  ALL  LEVELS….AND  WILL  FOCUS  ON  THE  DIVERSITY  OF  BIRD  LIFE  IN  THE  MONTEREY  BAY AREA.     FOR  MORE  INFORMATION  PEOPLE  CAN  GO ON-LINE  TO:

www.montereybaybirding.org

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CAMBRIA DE-SAL - 07/15/10 08:53 S.S.

AN  ENVIRONMENTAL  GROUP  WANTS  THE  ARMY  CORP  OF  ENGINEERS TO  HAVE  TO  COMPLY   WITH  CALIFORNIA  REGULATIONS,   BEFORE  WELLS  ARE  DRILLED  ON  A  CAMBRIA BEACH.     THE  WELLS  ARE  FOR  A  DESALINATION  PLANT.    LANDWATCH  SAN  LUIS  OBISPO FILED  A  LAWSUIT  ASKING   A  FEDERAL  JUDGE  TO  ORDER  CALIFORNIA  COASTAL  PERMITS,   BEFORE  HEAVY  EQUIPMENT  ROLLS ONTO  THE  BEACH  TO  DRILL  THOSE  WELLS.    THAT’S  BECAUSE  CALIFORNIA  COASTAL  REGULATIONS  ARE  MORE  STRINGENT  THAN  FEDERAL  REGULATIONS.

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SALINAS APPROVES NEW BUIS. PERKS 07-14-10 12:00 a.v.

The Salinas City Council approved a set of incentives yesterday that would help attract new businesses, along with create new jobs and improve the city’s economic outlook. In a 6 to 0 vote last night, council members approved the package, which is expected to eliminate or reduce the city’s share of property taxes, establish a revolving loan fund and reduce miscellaneous fees, including building permit costs. A spokesman for a local business told the council that such incentives are critical to businesses investigating potential new sites.

 

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ARREST IN MILITARY PERSONNEL ASSAULT 07-14-10 11:40 a.v.

A former Pacific Grove resident was arrested yesterday after physically assaulting a U.S. Armed Forces member. The victim, a 20-year old woman, was approached by a group of people on Asilomar Beach (on the 18-hundred block of Sunset Drive) just before noon yesterday, when one of the member’s of the group made a derogatory comment, and threw a beer bottle striking the victim in the head. The woman suffered a laceration to her scalp and was taken to the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. Officers identified 20-year old Tyler Tirabo as the suspect, arrested and booked him into Monterey County Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and assault on military personnel.

 

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SVMH EMPLOYEE BUYOUT OPTION 07-13-10 18:40 a.v

Employees at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital have been offered buyouts in an effort to help cut spending costs. President and C-E-O of Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital says the buyouts are necessary after the economic crisis has left the hospital with 5-million dollars less to reinvest in operations compared with last year’s numbers. Most of the 138 employees offered buyouts are in non-union administration positions, so far, 30 employees have signed up. The deadline to accept the buyout option is this Friday. Hospital staff say positions may be cut even if employees don’t take the option, necessary cuts could be made as early as the next 6 months.

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