Salinas Valley News Briefs | March 2, 2022 – The King City Rustler

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POP UP CLINIC

KING CITY — Walk-in Covid testing, vaccines and resources through the Monterey County Community Partnership and UC Berkeley will be available at a pop-up clinic Friday, March 4 in King City. The free clinic will be held from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds, 625 Division St. For more testing and vaccine sites, or more information, visit MontereyCountyVaccines.com.


NEIGHBORHOOD MAPS

GREENFIELD — Community members can have their voices heard in choosing Greenfield’s electoral districts. The deadline for submitting map proposals has been extended to 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 8 and will be posted on March 9. Paper mapping tools are available at City Hall, the Greenfield Recreation Department at Patriot Park, and the Greenfield Community Science Workshop or online at ci.greenfield.ca.us/463/Greenfield-District-Voting .


START SMART

SOLEDAD — In an effort to prepare young drivers to drive responsibly, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is offering new driving lessons for teens and their parents. “Start Smart”, presented by the CHP, covers topics such as safe driving practices, traffic laws and new driver’s license requirements. The next class is scheduled for Thursday, March 10, 6-8 p.m., at F&M Auto Repair, 2370 Relleum Drive, Ste. E, in Soledad. Contact the CHP Monterey Area office at 831-770-8038 to register for the free course.

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