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Tour of Homeless Services Center 071718 0601 CM

The Homeless Services Center is offering a tour of its facilities on Wednesday morning. No reservations are needed for the tour, which starts at 8:30 a.m. at 115 B Coral Street in Santa Cruz. The tour is one of three scheduled for the coming months. The next dates are August 23 and Sept. 12. For information, visit SantaCruzHSC.org or call 831-458-6020.

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Group raises money to fight rent control 071718 0553 CM

Opponents of the proposed Santa Cruz rent control measure have raised $50,000 in funding to combat the measure. The group called Santa Cruz Together aims to raise more than $150,000 as the fall elections come closer. The group formed earlier this year in response to another group, Movement for Housing Justice. That group successfully gathered enough signatures to put the ballot to a vote.

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Burned Dog Doing Well 07/16/18B 20:47 S.S.

A  2  year-old  dog,  that  suffered  severe  burns,  and  was  found  nearly  dead  in  march  is  recovering  nicely.    Reportedly  “Baby  Boy”  started  walking  just  8  days  after  being found,  and  although  the  burn  marks  will probably  always  be  visible,  he  has  made  a  full  recovery, and  is  said  to  have  maintained  his  lovable  personality  throughout.

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Yosemite Park Impacted 07/16/18B 20:35 S.S.

Although  the  Ferguson  Fire  has  sent  plumes  of  smoke  across  the  Yosemite  Valley;  and  Highway  140  has  been  closed  since  the  weekend,  officials  at  Yosemite  Park  say  all  of  their  trails  are  still  open,  as  are  their  campgrounds,  lodges  and  restaurants.  The  Ferguson  Fire,  which  began  Friday,   has  burned  more  than  9,000 acres  and  is  2% contained.  Yosemite  Cedar  Lodge,  which  is  outside  the  Park,  was  evacuated  over  the  weekend.  The  Ferguson  Fire  is  1  of  56  large  blazes  burning  in  the  U.S.  right  now.

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Roadwork At Bixby Creek Bridge 07/16/18B 19:39 S.S.

Overnight  roadwork  is  scheduled  to  be  done  tomorrow  and  Wednesday  night  on  Highway  1  at  Bixby  Creek  Bridge.     Caltrans  workers  plan  to    install  polyester  concrete  paving  in  both directions  between  8  p.m.  and  6  a.m.     Delays  could  be  between  15  minutes  and  2  hours  both  nights. 

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