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From Good Times...
The Santa Cruz Planning Commission approved the first downtown hotel north of Laurel Street in Santa Cruz in over 90 years. Two city-owned lots will be merged with three private parcels on Front Street for the six-story hotel with 232 rooms.
From Santa Cruz Local...
The Santa Cruz Planning Commission advanced a plan to build a hotel at Front and Laurel Streets with 232 rooms and ground-floor shops, a restaurant, a bar and a cafe.
Over the last 15 years, Susie O’Hara worked for the city of Santa Cruz as water commissioner and as program manager for the city manager’s office.
Joe Thompson previously ran for California’s 28th congressional district in 2022, but lost to former Santa Cruz County clerk Gail Pellerin.
From Santa Cruz Sentinel...
More than 60% of respondents said West Cliff Drive should be one-way and ranked driving as a lower priority than walking, cycling, beachgoing, accessing the surf and enjoying the view.
A controversial new measure is on the March ballot that could affect the future of housing development in the City of Santa Cruz.
The 120-foot colossal coastal redwood tree next to Santa Cruz High is slated to be cut down after the Santa Cruz City Council on Jan. 23 rejected an appeal by local resident Keelan Franzen.
Measure M will appear on Santa Cruz city voters’ ballots in the March 5 election. Supporters gathered signatures to qualify it for the ballot, and they called the measure Housing for People not Unaffordable Towers.
From Lookout Santa Cruz...
Fresh off a meeting with the person who threatened to kill him over his vote on a council resolution regarding violence in the Middle East, Santa Cruz Mayor Fred Keeley talks about the necessity of being able to disagree without being disagreeable.
The Santa Cruz Planning Commission on Jan. 18 is expected to consider permits related to a 59-unit housing project on the site of the Food Bin and Herb Room.
The Santa Cruz City Council voted unanimously to pass a version of the Wharf Master Plan that removed proposals for a controversial pedestrian pathway or large warehouse.
More than 240 people spoke about the Israel-Hamas war at a Santa Cruz City Council meeting that ended about 3 a.m.
The Santa Cruz City Council meeting erupted in emotion as attendees supporting a council resolution calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Gaza war lambasted the council for passing an amended version.
After years of debate and litigation, the city is trying once again to expand the wharf—but one group continues to try and halt plans for proposed changes.
From Lookout Local...
Santa Cruz Local surveys the details on the 207-unit Anton Pacific Apartments, 65-unit Cedar Street Apartments, and 70-unit Pacific Station South.
More than 100 people filled the Santa Cruz City Council chambers to call for a ceasefire resolution in the Israel-Hamas war. The same day, activists also attended a Watsonville City Council meeting and a Santa Cruz County Supervisors meeting.
Potentially 14 cameras will be installed, depending on funding from a State Homeland Security Program Grant.
Less than two years after Santa Cruz city residents voted down a proposed sales tax hike, the city council on Tuesday agreed to place a similar measure on the March 2024 ballot.
Talk of the Bay explores a proposal to install 22 high-speed license plate image capture cameras at busy intersections. The proposal is on the consent agenda of the Santa Cruz City Council, and Peter Gelblum joins the show to discuss the ACLU filed a request to delay the vote.
Jamie has lived in Santa Cruz County since childhood. She now lives with her two cats in one of the dozens of RVs parked on Delaware Avenue and surrounding streets on the Lower Westside.
40th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Convocation (01/31/2024 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM)
NSSA Surf Contest (02/04/2024 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
NSSA Surf Contest (02/03/2024 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
Whole Lot of Vintage Market (02/03/2024 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
Downtown Commission (01/25/2024 8:30 AM)
Swing Dancing by the Sea (02/10/2024 2:00 PM - 5:30 PM)
Downtown Santa Cruz Makers Market - Rescheduled from 1/21/24 (01/28/2024)
SCSSL Contest #5 - Rescheduled (01/27/2024 - 01/28/2024)
Zoning Administrator Special Meeting (PL) (01/24/2024)
Laura Hecox Day at the Museum of Natural History (01/27/2024 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM)
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