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February 24, 2017: Chief Frese on Immigration Law   

(08:40) Salinas - Salinas Police Chief Adele Frese spoke out at the immigration forum last night, reassuring members of the community that they would not cooperate with ICE.  Frese stated that the role of their department is to protect members of the community and that they would not enforce immigration law.  

 

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February 24, 2017: MTG RE: RANCHO DEL MAR‎  

(06:00) Aptos - MORE THAN 200 PEOPLE ATTENDED LAST NIGHT'S MEETING PUT ON BY THE NEW OWNER OF THE RANCHO DEL MAR SHOPPING CENTER IN APTOS.  THE PROJECT MANAGER FOR T-R-C (FORMERLY TERRAMAR RETAIL CENTERS) SAID HIS COMPANY IS WORKING TO KEEP AS MANY OF THEIR EXISTING TENANTS AS POSSIBLE, ALONG WITH TRYING TO FIND A NEW MOVIE THEATER (‎TO MOVE INTO THE SPACE VACATED BY APTOS CINEMAS LAST YEAR).  THE PROJECT MANAGER WENT ON TO SAY THAT IN THE UPCOMING 15 MILLION DOLLAR REMODEL, THEY PLAN TO KEEP THE FOOTPRINT PRETTY MUCH THE SAME AS IT HAS BEEN (UNLIKE SAFEWAY'S PLANNED REMODEL OF SEVERAL YEARS AGO)....WHILE BRINGING EVERYTHING UP TO CODE (INCLUDING HANDICAP ACCESS).   THE THEME OF THE NEW LOOK FOR THE APTOS SHOPPING CENTER IS "WESTERN RURAL", AND THE REMODEL (WHICH IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN THE END OF THIS SUMMER)  IS EXPECTED TO TAKE ABOUT A YEAR TO COMPLETE.  T-R-C  ALSO PLANS TO PROVIDE SPACE FOR NEW RESTAURANTS, THAT INCLUDE OUTDOOR DINING....AND A PEDESTRIAN PLAZA WHERE PEOPLE CAN CONGREGATE.   

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Horse Rescue Underway-2/23/17-1954-PMD

(20:10) MORGAN HILL- The rescue of 28 horses trapped in flood waters from Coyote Creek began yesterday (Thurs)  afternoon. The horses have been standing in corrals flooded with several feet of water since Tuesday. As of about 3 p.m. five of the horses had been rescued from the  San Jose area ranch. All 28 of the horses are expected to be led to dry ground sometime today (Fri).

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Protest at Seascape-2/23/17-1937-PMD

(19:47) APTOS- A Central Valley coalition is organizing a protest at a local resort. A group call SC4B is planning to picket the Seascape Resort Friday and Saturday to express concerns over what they call a right wing think tank event taking place during the Steamboat Institute Summit conference being held this weekend at the resort.



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SC CO. Seeks Residents Help-2/23/17-1919-PMD

(19:26) SANTA CRUZ- The County of Santa Cruz and local cities are asking residents who suffered significant damage to their home, business or property during recent storms to report the damage. Officials are asking residents and business owners to report damages 10-question form which can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8WZ8BM3.  The form is not an application for aid, however the volume of submissions may factor in the availability of federal aid for storm damage repairs. Beginning today residents can request assistance with the form by calling 2-1-1

 

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