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Scotts Valley Becomes a City

Published Friday July 1


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One could make the argument that Scotts Valley owes a lot to local media.

In 1960, the Santa Cruz Sentinel published an article describing a cemetery planned for an area between Hwy seventeen and the wooded hillside beside it. Residents of Sandhill Road — known for their elegant views — would look over this proposed cemetery.

When local residents learned that this plan was being considered by the Santa Cruz County Planning Commission, they rose to action.

The SVPOA was integral to the eventual incorporation of Scotts Valley. When the Scotts Valley House Owners Association was formed in 1960, Lewis was voted temporary Chairperson and was the President of the Association for the next 3 years.

Article length: About 1690 words.
Tags: Santa Cruz Scotts Valley
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