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Weekly Review March 26 – April 1
NOTE: With the end of the Covid-19 emergency declaration, county and city meetings have returned to in-person or hybrid meetings. Unless otherwise noted, meetings are in-person. This Weekly Review...
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Though Scotts Valley only became a city in 1966, the man who gave the valley its name—Hiram Daniel Scott—got there in 1850, when he purchased Rancho San Agustin, a Mexican land grant. Since then the land has been mined for peat moss, sand and gravel; now it’s more valuable as residential and commercial real estate. The valley also cultivated its share of tech startups, including such familiar names as Seagate, Borland, and Netflix.
City of Scotts Valley seems to have something for everyone. From dining to theater to shopping, locals are able to enjoy a variety of options and opportunities, but there’s one hidden gem that few people know about: the Annette Marcum …
Last year, Scotts Valley was commended for its ability to overcome pandemic obstacles to bring back its Fourth of July Weekend fireworks display, although it took $70,000 from the General Fund to make it happen. But at its regular meeting …
From Santa Cruz Sentinel...
Mayor’s Message: Scotts Valley Tackles Challenges
The Scotts Valley City Council discussed and approved nine strategic goals for 2023/24. Mayor Jack Dilles outlines seven of this week’s column.
From Lookout Local...
Scotts Valley Archaeological Site Display Gets an Update
One of the oldest documented archaeological sites in California is underneath Scotts Valley City Hall and police department. Archaeologists and community members are upgrading a display at City Hall to reflect its importance.
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