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Cruzio Receives State Grant for Equal Access Summits to the Sea Project
On February 15th, the California Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved Resolution T-17810, giving the green light to Cruzio's Equal Access Summits to the Sea (EAS2C) grant proposal. EAS...
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Felton Pump Track Proposal Open to Community Input
“This pump track would be the only resource of its kind in the San Lorenzo Valley,” said Rebecca Hurley, deputy director of the Santa Cruz County Parks Department.
Housing Matters Completes Santa Cruz’s 7-Unit ‘Casa Azul’ Apartments
The housing development, named “Casa Azul” after its blue paint scheme, includes two upstairs one-bedroom apartments to go with five studio units.
Santa Cruz County has withdrawn from an agreement with Pajaro Valley Regional Flood Management Agency (PRFMA) after the two disagreed on how to spend roughly $1 million in funds meant to address flood risk in South County. PRFMA is made …
The money will help Pajaro residents recover from flooding, regardless of immigration status.
Capitola latest city in Santa Cruz County with plans to make its park universally accessible, accommodating children of all abilities
Zoning laws determine what can be built and where. These laws have shaped California, but are they really just tools for social engineering? The history of zoning is closely tied to racial segregation, as well as the state's shortage of …
A local newsroom follows the local, state and federal money spent on homelessness in Santa Cruz County and examines how effectively it was spent.
A new interpretation of an old law gives homebuilders leverage over California cities and their zoning codes. They’re using it to push through thousands of new apartments around the state.
For nearly three years, residents have been battling the area’s private utility provider for a basic service.
Looking back on the history of the multicultural community as it moves into the future
California lawmakers are exploring ways to reconnect urban neighborhoods torn asunder during the interstate highway construction boom of the 1950s and ’60s.
Owner Joe Wolff has convened an unofficial group of trades advisors to offer suggestions for renovations to the Boulder Creek Brewery building. Obstacles to overcome include downtown septic challenges and resolution of outstanding permitting issues. Wolff purchased the property last …
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