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The Santa Cruz County Bomb Squad Destroyed Multiple Pipe Bombs In Scotts Valley Yesterday (Thursday). 3/19/15-1818-PMD

The Santa Cruz County Bomb Squad destroyed multiple pipe bombs in Scotts Valley yesterday (Thursday). Authorities conducting a probation compliance check at a residence on the 2-hundred block of Willis Road found 7 PVC pipe bombs, and at about 3:15 p.m. explosive experts were called in as neighbors were evacuated. A nixle alert was sent out warning residents of impending blasts as the devices were destroyed at about 5 p.m. The man was booked into county jail on multiple charges.

 

 

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A Man Died Of Heart Failure On Ocean Street In Santa Cruz. 3/19/15-1818-PMD

A man died of heart failure on Ocean Street in Santa Cruz. Authorities say on Wednesday, a 43 year old Ben Lomond man was the passenger in a pick up truck when he became unresponsive, the driver pulled into a parking lot at the corner of Broadway and Ocean Street and called for help. Medical personnel were unable to resuscitate the man who was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim’s name is being withheld pending notification of family.

 

 

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Culvert Replacement Project On Highway 1 Begins Next Week 3/19/15-1818-PMD

Culvert replacement project on highway 1 begins next week. A project to replace failed culverts along Highway 1 in Santa Cruz County between Davenport Landing and Waddell Creek will begin Monday The southbound lane will be closed 6 am to 4 pm Monday through Thursday on Fridays until 3p.m. until June 1st Motorists can expect delays up to 10 minutes.

 

 

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The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Is Considering Rate Increases

The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency is considering rate increases. At a meeting on Wednesday the Board of Directors decided to move ahead on public hearings on the proposed increases, also to be addressed are proposals for projects dealing with over pumping of groundwater and saltwater intrusion. For more information visit p v water dot org

 

 

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