LOOKOUT PM: Latest on Measure D funding, Big Basin rebuild, and Olallieberry season
Happy weekend, folks,
I hope everyone has something good going on for the three-day weekend. If you have to work on Monday, then I hope you at least get extra pay!
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Now for Friday’s news ...
Measure D: The latest on who’s funding each campaign, visualized
By the numbers: With a surge in the past month, No Way Greenway closed the gap in its fundraising. Lookout details the whos and the how manys behind the numbers as the June 7 vote nears. See it all here.
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Contribute to letters to the editor
Brand new: Lookout believes in journalism that is a dialogue, a link to democracy. That’s why we want to hear from you. Your perspectives will make us, our reporting and our community better. Read editor Jody K. Biehl’s intro here.
➤ Letter to the editor: Don’t shut out light rail — vote no on Measure D
➤ Letter to the editor: Questioning Central Fire truck’s grille flag and chief’s response
EATERS DIGEST: Olallieberries return, lattes at Honeylux & a downtown restaurant cruise
Dig in: In this berry-licious issue of Eaters Digest, find rare and delicate olallieberries at Prevedelli Farms and treat yourself to a strawberries-and-cream berry tea latte at Honeylux in Watsonville. Read Lily’s latest column here.
Reimagining Big Basin: Following CZU fire devastation, what should the park become?
New beginnings: The devastating CZU Complex fire that burned 97% of Big Basin Redwoods State Park is giving way to new growth — and new plans, including tribal involvement, as the 120-year-old park comes back to life. Hillary checks it out.
Cities, county and UC Santa Cruz outline their housing plans
The recap: At the Housing Santa Cruz County forum Wednesday, hosted and co-sponsored by Lookout, local officials explained what’s been done and what’s on the drawing boards. Grace has the story.
Santa Cruz Shakespeare, sans Audrey, gears up for big new season
The show goes on: Santa Cruz Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” and “Twelfth Night” artfully describe the shipwrecked times we live through and present new work from a Santa Cruz playwright this summer, all while saying goodbye to the company’s longtime icon, Audrey Stanley. Read it all from Wallace here.
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More from here & elsewhere
➤ CHP imposes maximum enforcement period for holiday weekend (Sentinel)
➤ Sen. John Laird, the one opposing vote on college housing bill (KSBW)
➤ With $6 gas, how much is your Memorial Day road trip costing? (Mercury)
➤ COVID-19 treatments available at testing locations (Pajaronian)
➤ ‘Wrong decision’ not to enter classroom sooner to confront Texas school shooter, official says (USA Today)
... And now for the weekend. Enjoy your holiday, and we’ll see you back here on Tuesday.