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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.
The Scotts Valley City Council meets on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. in the council chambers at 1 Civic Center Drive. Meetings are open to the public. (Photo: Michael Barajas/Shutterstock.com)
The Scotts Valley Planning Commission advises the City Council on land use and planning decisions. Meetings, held on the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m., are open to the public.
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The Scotts Valley Police Department is offering advice to community members, as the holidays near, to ensure everyone stays safe.
The last time Scotts Valley got a new General Plan, Pete Wilson was California’s governor and Seagate Technology—which was still based in the community—hadn’t even expanded overseas.
A couple years back, Scotts Valley was struggling to attract new staff. Now, with two key hires—Building Official Nelson Alfaro and Public Works Director Bret Swain—the city has filled 93% of its roster.
Scotts Valley City Council voted Oct. 4 to hand a $160,000 contract to Urban Field Studio for the plan refresh of the previously mothballed Town Center project.
Scotts Valley High senior Grace Emanuelson had a team-best 16 kills for the Falcons girls’ volleyball team in a five-set (19-25,25-21,25-13,27-29,15-7) loss to Harbor High in Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League action on Thursday. The outside hitter finished with 16 digs and a pair of ace serves in a battle against one of the best [...]
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