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Children’s Safety Survey in Watsonville – 3/20/15 08:23 P.S.

A survey released by the Watsonville Youth City Council earlier this week seeks to find out how teens feel about safety in their community. So far, the survey has received over 400 responses. The deadline for this anonymous survey is April 17 and those interested can participate by going online to surveymonkey.com/s/VB2TZYB.  

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Watsonville Vehicle Burglaries – 3/20/15 06:30 P.S.

Multiple suspects were arrested in Watsonville yesterday for vehicle burglary. Officers responded to reports of three suspects braking into a car at Spruce Circle at about 8 p.m. Upon arrival, the perpetrators had fled and were located on Bridge Street where one of them was breaking into another vehicle. Officers arrested the two juveniles and adult after they were found to be in possession of stolen property from the vehicles. After a search of the area, Police learned that 7 additional vehicles parked on Spruce Circle, Almond Drive, Tuttle Avenue, and Bridge Street had also been burglarized. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Watsonville Police.

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Fire Season on its Way – 3/20/15 05:45 P.S.

A dangerous wildfire season is approaching thanks to California’s 4-year drought. Cal Fire Crews are preparing for the season and reducing the threat by clearing grasses and other potential fuel in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Yesterday, Cal Fire used a controlled burn to remove low hanging tree limbs in Bonny Doon, and also thinned the foliage from the forest floor. Homeowners are currently employing similar fire prevention measures in their neighborhoods.

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Trader Joe’s Recalls Raw Walnuts – 3/20/15 05:30 P.S.

Trader Joe’s has recalled five varieties of Store Brand Raw California Walnuts due to potential Salmonella contamination. These products were distributed to Trader Joe’s stores Nationwide and are packaged in clear plastic bags. There have been no reported illnesses associated with these products and customers who many have purchased the walnuts are encouraged to throw them away or return them to any Trader Joe's Store for a full refund. Visit fda.gov for specific varieties and lot numbers affected.

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Capitola Mall Art Walk – 03/20/15 05:00 P.S.

The Regional Artists Association will be launching a walking art tour at the Capitola Mall this evening. This Third Friday event will showcase around 90 regional and local artists throughout the Capitola Mall from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The art display will be accompanied by live music, food, wine, and local artists. Visit regionalartisansassociation.org for more information.

 

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