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Pat Kittle December 27, 2013 at 12:36 pm
Buzz, it's a bit embarrassing getting dragged into this inane exchange with those who demand muchRead More yet give nothing. Nevertheless, it does expose their true nature better than any sanitized version we'd see anywhere else. A tip of the hat to Brad Kava for making it possible. Happy new year folks.
Eric Rowland December 27, 2013 at 03:07 pm
Buzz is a dangerous stalker who has implied he is a TBSC member. He says he is a school teacher whoRead More works with at risk youth, but he spends most of his time stalking homeless advocates online. He is lying about Robert Norse. Norse is not wealthy. Buzz also stalks homeless advocate John Colby, and Buzz especially accelerated the pace of that stalking after Colby appeared in a debate with Santa Cruz Mayor Don Lane about homeless issues on community television. Buzz is known for making incest jokes and false allegations of incestuous relationships. You can read more information about him here: Scotts Valley "Buzz" is a danger to students http://www.topix.com/forum/city/santa-cruz-ca/TILCECM2N5T67BJHK Buzz may possibly be one of Pat Skittle's online pawns.
Eric Rowland December 27, 2013 at 03:10 pm
No mention in this article of accused child molester Dylan Greiner being a Clean Team administrator?
Don Gateley July 6, 2013 at 03:00 pm
Well, of course. They've succeeded in sweeping it from the beaches into the neighborhoods whereRead More it's much easier to hide and the number of people coming here to participate continues to grow as it will. Great job. Where I live on Broadway the close nearby and overhead shots were several times what I've ever heard before. Nothing in the past was remotely comparable and all my amazed neighbors agree. I saw and heard one land on my roof and had to take the hose to it prophylactically. The Fun Rangers need to leave it alone and leave it on the beaches or there will inevitably be the great Santa Cruz county fire.
David H. Perez July 6, 2013 at 04:37 pm
At the last meeting of the Watsonville City Council, the fire chief said there is a fine of up toRead More $1,000.00 if you are caught with illegal fireworks. Especially with the city's fiscal crisis, there would have been a lot of money to be made out there if the violators were more aggressively located and cited.
John Cohen July 15, 2013 at 07:03 am
The fireworks continue at the Mission Gardens Apartments — now the entire neighborhood isRead More calling 911 about it. Teenage gangsters are setting off fireworks in the Mission Gardens park and parking lot to terrorize residents here. They are tagging this apartment complex as their territory. They are angry because a major gangster here was recently arrested for felonious aggravated assault — they are angry because the Santa Cruz Police Department and the federal government are trying to dislodge them from Mission Gardens, which they have coveted since Carl Reimer's murder here three years ago last April.
Cathy P. June 13, 2013 at 07:44 am
A shout out to Mr. Craig Jenni (second gentleman from the right, blue suit). Always at the ready forRead More the Red Cross (serves a serious strawberry shortcake too ;) Congrats and thank you to all the volunteers.
Kathleen Crocetti May 22, 2013 at 08:31 am
Thanks Brad! Nice photos :-) Corrections, this bridge was funded in full by the and the CulturalRead More Council. (Soquel Bridge was community funded) Water Street Bridge is plant and animal life of the San Lorenzo River, and the new one is Pacific Ocean Life. (not all of it local... we don't have Puffins here!) No voting either, the City Arts Commission selects the ones for the bridge, and the ones not selected go up at Mission Hill Middle school. 174 young public artists! Hooray!
Lonna Larsh May 22, 2013 at 09:51 am
Thanks Kathleen! You are one of the jewels that makes this town great.
Skater Logan Frank, 8, accepts an award for Main Street Elementary School, which raised 834 meals.
Mary E. Erickson May 21, 2013 at 07:32 pm
Love to help and make schools for kids to stay in school and being safe and I love to help out withRead More James Durbin and I love being this from my hart to you all from me being me and tilling that to kids to be safe and stay at home and they is a safe thing from you and you can make this happy and I'm so so happy for James Durbin helping out with you guys and I went to help too and I love you all and all kids and being this happen to this and I love this news from you and I love ti all
Jean Vengua May 21, 2013 at 08:46 am
Check out this California Report on how CropMobster is using social media to cut food waste, make aRead More profit, and feed the needy: http://www.californiareport.org/archive/R201305101630/d