Updates on Common Road Questions

Updates on Common Road Questions

Request for road repairs are one of the most common requests that come in to our office. Some of the roads have long histories of challenges and others were damaged severely in the winter storms over the last few years. Recently, we’ve received multiple requests for updates on Buena Vista, Trout Gulch, Valencia and Hazel […]

Foster Announces Retirement

Foster Announces Retirement

Steps Down from Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Monterey Bay After seven years at the helm of Habitat for Humanity Monterey Bay, David Foster retires as Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Monterey Bay and transitions to manage the organization’s growing Accessory Dwelling Unit program. Under Foster’s leadership, Habitat Monterey Bay experienced incredible growth. […]

Fire Station Burrito Breakfast

Fire Station Burrito Breakfast

“We are a family” is how one volunteer described being a member of the volunteer fire team. The all-volunteer firefighters are not paid. Yet every one of the firefighters and medical staff undergoes the same extensive training as paid firefighters. Bonny Doon Fire Team was dispatched 138 times in 6 months. Volunteers are equipped to […]

Cinco De Mayo Fundraiser

Cinco De Mayo Fundraiser

For Aptos History Museum at Best Western Seacliff Inn Attention wine collectors, wine drinkers, and fans of Marilyn Monroe! A seven bottle collection: 5 bottles of limited addition “Marilyn Merlot” wine and 2 Norma Jeane wines, will be available in the silent auction at the Aptos History Museum’s Annual Fundraiser and Cinco de Mayo celebration […]

One-Year Countdown to 2020 Census Begins

One-Year Countdown to 2020 Census Begins

Accurate Count Means Millions in Local Funding for Housing, Roads and More A broad coalition of Santa Cruz County elected officials, community leaders, local nonprofits and residents on Tuesday marked the beginning of the one-year countdown to the 2020 Census. In an unprecedented display of unity, Board of Supervisors Chair Ryan Coonerty was joined by […]

Bay Fed Awards $7,500 in Scholarships

Bay Fed Awards $7,500 in Scholarships

Bay Federal Credit Union honored the winners of its 2019 Education Scholarship and 2019 Mac McCormack Employee Scholarship at its annual meeting. Carrie Birkhofer, Bay Federal President and CEO, and Jim Phillips, Chair of the Board of Directors, presented the scholarships. “I am so inspired by the potential of each of these outstanding winners,” Ms. […]

Local Artist’s Unique Way of Creating Abstract Art

Local Artist’s Unique Way of Creating Abstract Art

Olivia Barney is a Santa Cruz local, originally from Seattle. She works as an esthetician, specializing in eyelash extensions. A unique vision came to Olivia over a year ago: an untapped artistic potential exists in the remains of eyelash glue leftover from each extension session. She found that on what she had initially regarded as […]

MovementLab Celebrates Santa Cruz Dance Week

MovementLab Celebrates Santa Cruz Dance Week

Free Event on Friday, April 19, 2019 • 7: 30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Which shapes of light illuminate our path, what qualities of light attract us, do we, at some point become aware of our lightness? MovementLab brings performance and participatory installations to the Old Wrigley Building halls and The Art Cave’s gallery, concluding […]

Congressman Panetta Office Hours in Capitola for Veterans

Congressman Panetta Office Hours in Capitola for Veterans

Congressman Jimmy Panetta (CA-20) announced staff mobile office hours for veterans’ services in Capitola on October 31, 2018. Mobile office hours are an opportunity for veterans living on the central coast of California to meet with Congressional staff members, and are offered in addition to meetings in the Salinas and Santa Cruz Congressional offices. To […]

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