NEWS: SLVWD appoints Rick Moran to the Board of Directors

The SLVWD has appointed Rick Moran to the Board of Directors. “Mr. Moran served two terms on the Environmental Committee for the Water District and has remained engaged on current issues by attending Board meetings regularly.”  More info from the District is below.

 

Press Release:

The San Lorenzo Valley Water District has a newly appointed Board Director. Rick Moran was chosen from a field of four highly qualified candidates to fill a vacancy on the board.

Mr. Moran served two terms on the Environmental Committee for the Water District and has remained engaged on current issues by attending Board meetings regularly. “This board has created an atmosphere where diligent work and civility are upheld. To be able to participate on behalf of Valley residents and ratepayers is a privilege,” Moran said.

Moran quoted the Water District slogan “ Pipes, Pumps and tanks,” comparing it to the Navy Submarine he sailed in for four years and the similar needs for upkeep and maintenance required for basic safety. His main goals are: to support the current goal of replacing the aged infrastructure; being mindful of keeping rates down; and protecting our environment in every project and our watershed as a whole.

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Sherrif: Gun Arrest Made in Boulder Creek

From the Sherriff’s report:

Location: Highway 236 at Central Avenue, Boulder Creek

SUSPECT: Tyler Thomas, 27

The arrest occurred at about 11:30 AM on Wednesday after deputies contacted a group of people sitting in a car in Boulder Creek. They found one of the passengers, Tyler Thomas, was on probation and was subject to search.

The search revealed that Thomas had a .45 caliber handgun concealed in his jacket along with other drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine.

 

 

NEWS: Boulder Creek Highway 9 Pedestrian Crossings to be Updated

9 and Forest Street in Boulder Creek 9 and Pool Drive in Boulder Creek are going to be getting “a combination of treatments, including installation of high-visibility striping and signage, advance warning flashing beacons, and Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons.”

Press release from the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) is below…..

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