Salinas, California

What is Salinas, California known for?


innovative public

, at the same time balancing their budgets. Jackson County, Oregon (US), closed its entire 15-branch public library system for six months in 2007, reopening with a with a private-public 'partnership' and a reduced schedule. This example of a funding


driving school

driving long-haul transport vehicles. Ahmad used his salary, as well as a loan from his father, to graduate with his AZ license from a Scarborough driving school. He celebrated by taking the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca in March 1999, and returned to take a job with Leger Trucking (Leger), driving lettuce from a farm in Salinas, California to Quebec supermarkets and McDonalds restaurants, earning about $750 for the thirty-hour drive. ref name "


films featuring

of Mexican films featuring such actresses as Dolores del Río, among others. He died in Los Angeles. The story is set in 1917, before and during World War I, in the central California coastal towns of Monterey (Monterey California) and Salinas (Salinas, California). Cal (James Dean) and Aron (Richard Davalos) are the sons of a modestly successful farmer and wartime draft board chairman named Adam Trask (Raymond Massey). Cal is moody and embittered by his belief that his


live local

Arts and culture thumb right Hat In Three Stages of Landing by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. (Image:Hat in three stages of landing claes oldemburg.jpg)Salinas boasts an emerging arts scene led by the First Fridays Art Walk and the innovative use of non-traditional or business venues to exhibit art and host live local music. The oldest gallery in Salinas, the Valley Art Gallery, has been active for over 30 years. http

Children's Theater in Oldtown Salinas, and The Western Stage, based at Hartnell College. Live local music is available at many restaurants in the downtown area, and during the First Fridays Art Walk. Concerts are held at the historic Fox California Theater, Steinbeck Institute for Arts and Culture and the Salinas Sports Complex, as well as at Hartnell Community College. Salinas is home to many public murals, including work by John Cerney which can be viewed in the agricultural fields surrounding the city. Claes Oldenburg placed his sculpture, ''Hat in Three Stages of Landing'', in Sherwood Park at the center of the city. Sister cities * Police in Salinas (w:Salinas, California), California have identified a 15-year-old boy killed on August 6 in what is believed to be a gang (w:Gang) related shooting. The boy, Jose Manual Perez, was found by police at 2:15 p.m. local time, when they responded to reports of a shooting at Terrace Street.


service projects

service projects for alumni and faculty and staff, and guides the student run CSP Corps. Members of CSP also run several Bellarmine clubs, which focus on organizing fundraisers and events for the Bellarmine community. Emphasizing direct experience and compassionate human interactions, Bellarmine sponsors Immersion trips to Guaymas, Tijuana, Uruguay, downtown San Jose (San Jose, California), rural Salinas (Salinas, California), and El Salvador in order to directly experience


crime

R_711LHR.pdf website Public Policy Institute of California publisher Public Policy Institute of California The fear many undocumented immigrants have of government authorities has been a great obstacle faced by local law enforcement in crime investigations, community relations, and gathering information needed for effective policing. As a result, Salinas police department policy is to not verify immigration status of individuals coming into contact with city police officers. ref

. The per capita income for the city was $14,495. About 12.8% of families and 16.7% of the population were below the poverty line, including 20.1% of those under age 18 and 9.4% of those age 65 or over. Median household income in the city tended to be significantly higher alongside the city limits, especially in the northern Harden Ranch and Creekbridge neighborhoods. East Salinas and the downtown area suffered from a very low median household income as well as high crime rates. South

&-_mapY &-_mapX &-_latitude &-_pan &-ds_name DEC_2000_SF3_U&-_longitude &-_changeMap Identify title US Census Bureau, Income Map accessdate 2006-11-02 Crime Salinas has long had a well-recognized, significant problem with organized street gangs and associated violent crime.


film appearances

1966 12 14 1890 7 20 mf y '''Verna Felton''' (July 20, 1890 – December 14, 1966) was an American (United States) character actress who was best known for providing many female voices in numerous Disney (Walt Disney Pictures) animated films, as well as voicing Fred Flintstone's mother-in-law Pearl Slaghoople for Hanna-Barbera. Her film appearances during the 1940s included ''If I Had My Way'' (1940), ''Girls of the Big House'' (1945) and ''The Fuller Brush Man'' (1948). She was much in demand as a movie character actress during the early 1950s, including '' Buccaneer's Girl'' (1950) ''Belles on Their Toes'' (1952) ''Don't Bother to Knock'' (1952) and her memorable supporting role of Mrs. Potts in the film of William Inge's ''Picnic (Picnic (1955 film))'' (1955). She was also known for her husky voice and no-nonsense attitude. She was born in Salinas (Salinas, California), California. DATE OF BIRTH July 20, 1890 PLACE OF BIRTH Salinas (Salinas, California), California, U.S. (United States) DATE OF DEATH December 14, 1966 '''State Route 68''' (SR 68) is a state highway that runs from Pacific Grove, California Pacific Grove to Salinas (Salinas, California) in Monterey County (Monterey County, California). It is about Police in Salinas (w:Salinas, California), California have identified a 15-year-old boy killed on August 6 in what is believed to be a gang (w:Gang) related shooting. The boy, Jose Manual Perez, was found by police at 2:15 p.m. local time, when they responded to reports of a shooting at Terrace Street.


training medical

. As of 2012, the Natividad Medical Center was training medical interpreters bilingual in one of the Oaxacan languages (Mixe languages) (including Triqui (Trique language), Mixteco (Mixtec language), or Zapotec (Zapotec languages)) as well as in Spanish. Points of interest


related shooting

Disease Parkinson's Disease . He was set to travel to a historic meeting at Monterey but was rushed to hospital. His son Derek (w:Derek Hill), also a racecar driver had to retire to look after his father. thumb left 230px Phil Hill in 1962 at the w:Nürburgring Nürburgring (Image:HillPhil1962.jpg). Police in Salinas (w:Salinas, California), California have identified a 15-year-old boy killed on August 6 in what is believed to be a gang (w:Gang) related shooting. The boy, Jose Manual Perez, was found by police at 2:15 p.m. local time, when they responded to reports of a shooting at Terrace Street.


stage based

Children's Theater in Oldtown Salinas, and The Western Stage, based at Hartnell College. Live local music is available at many restaurants in the downtown area, and during the First Fridays Art Walk. Concerts are held at the historic Fox California Theater, Steinbeck Institute for Arts and Culture and the Salinas Sports Complex, as well as at Hartnell Community College. Salinas is home to many public murals, including work by John Cerney which can be viewed in the agricultural fields

Salinas, California

'''Salinas''' The marine climate is ideal for the floral industry, grape vineyards, and vegetable growers. Salinas is known for its vibrant and large agriculture industry and as the hometown of writer and Nobel Prize in Literature laureate John Steinbeck, who based several of his novels there, including ''Of Mice and Men''.

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