(09:10) Aptos - California Highway Patrol has reported several accidents in the Aptos area this morning. At 5:49 a truck rolled over while traveling northbound on highway 1. At 8:30 a car, also traveling northbound, was involved in a hit and run near Mar Monte Exit. No injuries have been reported. Traffic begins to clear at Bay/Porter and 41st Exits.
(07:15) Watsonville - The Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County employment programs, Alcance and Day Worker Center are offering job-seekers opportunities to meet with 14 local employers that are ready to hire. The “Work With Us” Job Fair will include: Santa Cruz County, Lakeside Organics, Safe at Home, Driscoll’s, Fox Racing, Michael’s Transportation, New Leaf Markets, First Alarm, Watsonville Police Department, Chartwell Staffing and Nova Staffing. The Job Fair for youth and adults will take place from 1-5 p-m on Thursday, March 30, at Workforce Santa Cruz County Watsonville, 18 West Beach St.
The CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY has approved ASSEMBLY BILL 18. The California Park Bond will now advance to the state senate. This is the first such bill in 15 years. AB-18 is also known as the California Clean Water, Climate And Coastal Protection And Outdoor Access For All Act Of 2018….and was drafted to address the need to support funding for our state parks and outdoor recreational spaces.
A workshop is scheduled to be held later this month to assist people with planning ahead for End-Of-Life Care for their pet (or pets). Doctor Gabby Ravina, who runs Peaceful Paws Veterinary Hospice, will lead a discussion on people's options for their pets. the meeting is slated to run from 5-6 p.m. Sunday March 26th, at the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter at 2200 7th Avenue.
The first physical steps are being done toward the construction of the Van Buren Senior Affordable Housing Project in Monterey. Demolition began last week with the removal of buildings on the city-owned properties where the housing will be constructed. The 18 brand new affordable rental units will be for extremely low, very low, and low-income seniors. The project, which is located near downtown businesses, the library and many senior services will include a community room, an exercise room and a large patio. It is expected to take nearly a year to complete.
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