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May 22, 2015: Lovers Point Reopened

(08:45) PACIFIC GROVE- Lover’s Point Beach in Pacific Grove has been reopened in time for Memorial Day. At the beginning of the week, thousands of gallons OF SEWAGE spilled into the water. Local water quality experts have said that the beach is now safe for swimming. The Monterey Bay Regional Water Quality Control Agency says they will be working to ensure a similar spill does not happen again in the future.

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May 22, 2015: Santa Cruz County Survey On Quality of Life

(07:45) SANTA CRUZ- Beginning today a survey on the quality of life of Santa Cruz county residents will be conducted. From late May through June over 700 residents in the county will be surveyed by phone on their perspectives on topics including the economy, education, and the natural environment. The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete. It can be conducted in both English and Spanish, and will be confidential. The data collected will be used for a county report card that will be made public in the fall.

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Monterey City Council Considering Food Truck Vending Fee- 5/05/15 10:00 MK

Monterey city officials will meet today to consider imposing a vending permit fee on food trucks. In February, the city council voted to allow food trucks on every street in Monterey except Lighthouse Avenue. Businesses will able to sell in the area once they have a vending permit, as well as a business license and health permit.  The vending permit, if approved, would cost $181. Three businesses have applied for the permits so far.

 

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Judge predicts sentencing for Students who Blocked Highway 1-   5/01/15   11:30  M.K.

A judge has recommended jail time for the students who blocked Highway 1 in March. All six UC Santa Cruz students were arrested after blocking the highway to protest tuition hikes. The demonstration closed the roadway for five hours. If the students plead no contest,  the judge plans to sentence the students to 30 days in jail and will order them to pay fines and up to $40,000 in restitution. The group will appear in court on May 7th for a status hearing.

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Salinas Man Found Guilty - 04/2215 17:59 S.S.

A Salinas resident, who is a registered sex offender, has been found guilty of “annoying a child”. 63 year-old Timothy Hayes, who had previously been convicted of indecent exposure 3 separate times, was reportedly blowing kisses to a 12 year-old girl in a public park outside her school in March. Hayes has been sentenced to spend 300 days in jail., and 3 years on probation. He has also been ordered to continue to register as a sex offender, and to stay away from both the area and his victim.

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2 More K C Dumpster Kittens Are Ready To Be Adopted - 04/22/15 17:43 S.S.

2 black kittens, of the 5 kittens who were found in a dumpster in King City about a month ago, are now available for adoption. 2 have already gone to new homes, and the 5th has some medical issues, so it will be a little while yet before that one is ready to be adopted. All 5 of the kittens had been put into a plastic bag before being dumped in the refuse container. Most animal shelters will take in unwanted pets, no questions asked, while abandoning a pet can lead to felony charges, and either jail time or fines.

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Lodge At Pebble Beach Chimney Fire - 04/22/15 17:25 S.S.

A fire broke out early this morning at the Lodge at Pebble Beach. Firefighters said it was initially difficult to find the blaze because it was in a portion of a wall (and one side of the chimney). The fire was called in around 4 a-m, and firefighters had it contained within an hour. No one inside the Lodge suffered any injuries, although they were evacuated. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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