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August 26, 2015: SC Libraries Offer Free Dance Workshops

(11:03) SANTA CRUZ – The Santa Cruz Public Libraries have teamed up with the Tannery World Dance & Cultural Center to offer free ethnic dance workshops. Free Festival Family Days, will provide introductions to Puerto Rican Dance, baile folklorico, and hula dancing for the whole family. These workshops will lead up to the Santa Cruz Ethnic Dance Festival that will be held at the Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center from Sept. 19 through 20. The first workshop titled, “The Dance and Music of Puerto Rico with Luna Rhymes,” will take place August 29 at the Capitola Branch. Go online to tanneryworlddance.com for dates and times of later classes.

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August 26, 2015: Three Contests for Ideas to Improve Sustainability in California

(10:12) CALIFORNIA – California residents are invited to participate in a set of contests with ideas on how to improve transportation, promote sustainable government practices, and prevent underage drinking.  The “$25K Find a New Way” contests were created by legislation authored by Assemblyman Mike Gatto and signed by Governor Jerry Brown last September. In accordance with AB 1238, The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Caltrans and the Department of General Services are offering innovators up to $25,000 for their ideas. To learn more, visit findanewway.ca.gov . (S.G.)

 

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August 26, 2015: Scotts Valley Opens Recycled Water Fill-Up Station

(09:47) SCOTTS VALLEY - A new recycled water fill-up station has opened in Scotts Valley. The station will provide residents free access to 250 gallons of water per day to be used for residential landscaping. It is located behind the Scotts Valley Library and will be open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 3 to 7 p.m. The station will also be open Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The fill-up station is believed to be the first of its kind in the tri-county area. (S.G.)

 

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(UPDATE) August 26, 2015: State Auditor to Inspect King City Police Department

(Updated at 08:53) - State officials have agreed to audit the King City Police Department. In recent years, the agency has been under scrutiny for officer corruption and allegations of evidence tampering. Local assembly member Luis Alejo recently called on the state to inspect the police department. On Tuesday, the Joint Legislative Audit Committee agreed to have an auditor review the agency’s accounts. The state auditor’s findings are expected to be released within a year. (S.G.)

(Posted August 24 at 16:37) KING CITY – A state assemblyman has requested an audit of the King City Police Department. On Monday, local assembly member Luis Alejo said that the request is in response to several unlawful acts by former officers. The Joint Legislative Audit Committee will hold a hearing tomorrow to take the request into account. If the committee deems the audit necessary, then the California State Auditor will review the department, to better understand when and how the corruption occurred. Newly appointed Police Chief Ron Fogue, promised to bring about transparency and accountability to the department, so the community’s trust can be restored. (P.S.)

 

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August 26, 2015: Survey Work to Impact Traffic on Highway 101 in Salinas

(08:00) SALINAS - A mobile scan survey is expected to cause traffic delays on Highway 101 in Salinas Wednesday and Thursday. A survey team will briefly close on and off ramps from the Airport Boulevard overcrossing to just north of Boronda Road. The work will be conducted between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Motorists can expect delays of up to 10 minutes. (S.G.)

 

 

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