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August 16, 2017: INCREASED CITYWIDE TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT    

(09:50) Santa Cruz County - The Santa Cruz Police Department is hosting a BADGES (Before Aggressive Driving Gets Everyone Stopped) detail today.   The purpose of this detail is to stop aggressive driving and to reduce traffic violations and collisions throughout the city.  Traffic officers from agencies throughout the country will be joining up with the SCPD’s Traffic Unit for enforcement and educational stops throughout the city.

 

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August 16, 2017: RESISTFEST        

(07:55) Santa Cruz - The Santa Cruz Mayor, Cynthia Chase, will be speaking at an event next month at the Museum of Art & History.   ResistFest is a community event focused on Resistance and Representation that uses art to foster connection between the public, artists, member activists and Santa Cruz Indivisible Issue Teams.   The event will be from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. on September 23, at the Museum of Art & History, 705 Front Street.    For more information or to become a volunteer visit: santacruzindivisible.org/

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August 16, 2017: COAST CLASSIC BIKE TOUR  

(07:25) Santa Cruz - The 17th Annual California Coast Classic, will make a stop in Santa Cruz on its way from San Francisco to Los Angeles next month.   The fundraiser supports the Arthritis Foundation and is the largest bicycle fundraising ride.    The first day of the eight-day ride will bring the riders from San Francisco to Natural Bridges Elementary School, 225 Swift Street in Santa Cruz.    The riders will spend the night before departing for Monterey on September 10.   The journey will cover 570 miles and end in Malibu on September 16.    For more Information visit: Californiacoastclassic.org.

 

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August 16, 2107: Senior Driver Safety Program 

(07:10) Due to popular demand The California Highway Patrol is offering another free traffic safety program for senior drivers.  The Age Well, Drive Smart Program is designed to provide drivers with the keys to driving safer and driving longer.   Topics of discussion will include: How to tune up driving skills, learning about normal, age-related physical changes and how to adjust to them and understanding the alternatives to driving.   The class will be held Friday, August 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Aptos Library, located at 7695 Soquel Drive.   To make a reservation call 831- 662-0511.

 

 

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