Aptos Times: February 15, 2019

Aptos Times: February 15, 2019


Aptos Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comLandmark Targeted For Housing: Three Aptos Buildings Among Those Suggested For PRH, By Lori Landino • TPG’s 19th Annual Poetry Winners • Tootsie Roll Drive Benefits Hope Services • First CASA Training of 2019 Begins • CDFW Magnifies Efforts to Recruit Hunters and Anglers • County Launches Focused Intervention Team • Scholarships Available for Farm Discovery Summer Camps • Free Horticulture Classes: Sponsored UC Master Gardeners of Monterey & Santa Cruz Counties • Friends of The Library Events: February • Jimmie Cox Scholarship Applications Being Accepted Now • 2019 Orchid Show & Sale • Unclaimed Property Available Online • Annual Quilt Show and Auction: Presented by the Pajaro Valley Quilt Association • EIR on Rail Trail Available For Review • Annual ‘Give Kids A Smile Day’: Dientes Helps 48 Children Receive Free Dental Care • Over 4 million Meals Donated • Call To Artists: Public Art Project at La Selva Beach Library • SqCWD Breaks Ground on Pilot Well to Resist Seawater Intrusion • Omega Nu’s Annual Ducky Derby • Pinto Lake Water Improving After Years of Algae Blooms • Staying Safe When Dealing With Power Lines In Stormy Weather • Free Sandbags For Aptos Residents • World Wetlands Day Celebration 2019 • CCS Winter Sports Coaches Honored • Dominican Recognized For Being Baby Friendly • Community Leaders Selected for 30th Focus Agriculture Class • Golf Pro Phil Mickelson Wins at Pebble Beach, By Jon Chown • Save Our Shores Announces New Sanctuary Stewards • Simple Ways to be Heart Smart: Recipes Chock-Full of Heart-Healthy Pecans … and much more!

One Response to "Aptos Times: February 15, 2019"

  1. P. R. Williams  February 17, 2019 at 8:12 pm

    The Bay View Hotel seems more appropriate as low-cost housing for our local service providers (medical, fire, education etc). It could provide one and two bedroom apartments for qualified applicants.

    The homeless need to be housed near groups who provide food for them. They don’t have cars and have limited funds. Also, where can they go when they leave their housing? Many areas view them as nuisances and worse.

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