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Aguajito Bridge Repair 11/08/17 0620 G.Q.

The Caltrans Monterey Maintenance Crew will be performing an emergency lane closure for the San Luis Obispo Bridge Crew for bridge railing repair on Aguajito Bridge on Northbound State Route 1 today. The Northbound No. 2 (right) lane of State Route 1 will be closed from 9:30 am to 2 pm with 5-10 minute delays anticipated.    Electronic message signs will be posted alerting motorists of today’s work

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Cold Cases 11/08/17 0645 G.Q.

Murder victim’s families whose cases have gone cold held a peaceful gathering outside Salinas City Hall pushing for action to be taken. The gathering lasted almost four hours, and gained the support of the police chief, at one point the group went inside to address the council. Their goal is to make sure their loved and not forgotten and neither are their killers.

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Flood Protection 11/08/17 0740 G.Q.

A meeting is being held today at the Watsonville Civic Center Community room on a proposal to improve levee protection along the Pajaro River. The project seeks to repair existing levees and construct new setback levees and floodwalls. Residents and workers of Pajaro Valley are encouraged to attend the meeting from 6 to 8pm.

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Bear Warning 11/08/17 0810 G.Q.

On Monday hikers reported a black bear sighting at Jacks Peak Park in Monterey causing park officials to take some precautions. Signs have been put of notifying visitors and game wardens were sent out but no evidence of a bear was found. People are still encouraged to be extra careful and attentive as bears are known to travel through that are occasionally.

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Benchlands Closure 11/08/17 0530 G.Q.

Occupants of a homeless encampment in San Lorenzo Park’s Benchlands are being asked to leave for a 24 hour period by the city Parks and Recreation Department. The reason behind the parks temporary closure is to clean up the area and install fences to contain the growing sprawl. The fences are designed to condense the homeless population, as currently they are driving the public away and also to contain the litter being disposed of in the San Lorenzo River.

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