A chef, who was killed while working at a Wisconsin casino, was a graduate of Soquel High School. 32 year-old Ian Simpson was killed by a former co-worker in the may 1st shooting at Duck Creek Kitchen And Bar. That shooting left 3 dead and 1 wounded. Simpson, who was described as optimistic, fearlessly loyal, courageous, and loving, had been back in Soquel for a visit just a week before he died.
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At least 3 active gang members have been arrested in connection with last month’s assault at the Northridge Mall in Salinas. 3 adults, and 3 juveniles, were arrested and booked into Monterey County Jail and Monterey County Juvenile Hall, respectively.
An employment contract, for a senior administrator in the San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District, is not being renewed. The administrator has been dogged by allegations of inappropriate activities, that reportedly took place decades ago before he ever worked for the district. He is on administrative leave from the district pending the outcome of the ongoing litigation....but his next hearing in the case is scheduled for June 23rd, which is just a week before his contract ends on June 30th.
The Monterey Outdoor Market will launch it’s first event at the Custom House Plaza in Monterey this weekend. The free 2-day event includes artisans and food booths and because of the size and configuration of Custom House Plaza it should be easy to socially distance from others. All vendors will be wearing facial coverings and all attendees to the market are also asked to wear facial coverings that cover their nose and mouth. All requirements from both the CDC and the California Department Of Public Health for farmers markets will be followed. The promoter of this event (which is currently slated to be held a number of times throughout the spring and summer) hopes to introduce live acoustic music and seating as time goes on....and those things are approved.
A project to beautify the median strip that separates the east and westbound lanes of Bridge Street in Watsonville was supposed to wrap up today. The 2-year, 3-phase project, that runs for 9 blocks called for the installation of sheet mulching, a drip irrigation system, and then over the last couple of weeks 17 California Conservation Corp members worked with city workers to plant drought-tolerant Yellow Yarrow, Flowering Nepeta and Lomandra Grass.
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