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Gilroy Police Identify Four Victims in Fatal DUI Crash- 5/14/15 11:00 S.G.

Gilroy police have identified the four victims who were killed in a suspected DUI crash on Tuesday. The incident occurred shortly after 10:30 on Leavesly Road. Officials say 23-year-old Anthony Imbronone III was allegedly driving drunk at high speeds when he lost control and crashed into a ravine. The three female passengers, Sara Williams, Yolanda Jimenez, and Yesenia Mendoza, all 18, were pronounced dead at the scene. One male passenger, 24-year-old Joseph Vasquez Flemate was also killed in the crash.  Imbronone has been arrested on suspicion of DUI and vehicular manslaughter.

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Marina Coast Water District Desalination Project May be Shut Down- 5/14/15 10:30 M.K.

A desalination project in the Marina Coast Water District is at risk of being shut down after being refused funding. The $470,000 that had previously been set aside for the project was may not be approved by the Fort Ord Reuse Authority. The agency’s board members said they may withdraw the funds in response to the district’s efforts to stop Cal Am from conducting test well work. Cal Am itself is planning on constructing a desalination plant, which is making the authority concerned about the Monterey Peninsula’s future water supply. District officials will meet tomorrow to discuss future options, before the authority votes again on the decision next month.

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Land Trust of Santa Cruz Helping to Fund Rail Trail-  5/14/15  10:00  M.K.

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County approved $2.5 million in funding to help build the Coastal Rail Trail through Live Oak. The money will be used in addition to a $12 million federal grant. Nearly 2 miles of track from the San Lorenzo River to 17th Avenue will be built with the funding. If unsuccessful the funds will go to build the Rail Trail from the Yacht Harbor to 17th Avenue. If other pending grant requests are funded, around 10 miles of the 32 mile system will be funded since the agency adopted its plan.

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Soledad Man, Suspected Drug Supplier Arrested- 5/14/15 08:30 S.G.

A Soledad man has been arrested for gun and drug charges. 26-year-old Oscar Barrera is suspected of supplying drugs to cities on the Monterey Peninsula. On Tuesday, police served a search warrant at Barrera’s home on Monterey Street. Officers recovered heroin, methamphetamine, and a loaded firearm. Barrera was booked into county jail.

 

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Coastal Watershed Council to Hold Water Tour- 5/14/15 08:00 S.G.

The Coastal Watershed Council is holding a water tour in Capitola tomorrow. The tour will be led by engineers who will discuss the city’s water-wise infrastructure, rainwater harvesting and low-impact development projects. The free event will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at Capitola City Hall. To RSVP, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

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