A proposed day worker center has triggered some neighborhood concerns about added congestion, unfamiliar faces in the area and the safety of school children who walk to Green Acres Elementary School and Shoreline Middle School. Others who support the center, which would convert a house on a cemetery property at 2261 Seventh Ave., said the center would give the workers a safer environment than places such as the Home Depot parking lot on 41st Avenue. Monday night, Board of Supervisors Chairman John Leopold held a meeting at Green Acres Elementary to discuss the project. It has already been approved by the zoning administrator. Residents have until Friday to appeal the decision to the County Planning Commission. “I wanted to make sure that everyone could ask questions and share their concerns,” Leopold said. – Santa Cruz Sentinel 03.15.2012

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