By Dick Schwind We South Skyline mountain people usually know most of our neighbors and would be willing to help them when they need some help. This is a good time to check on them to offer help when they need it, particularly during this pandemic. The next best way and expanding your help wider, More . . .
By Dr. Rich Lee, M.D. By now this topic is pretty much on everybody’s mind in our community. The question is what is the actual risk to each of us and what can we do about it. To the first part of that question as to what the actual risk is, the answer is More . . .
If you suspect there is a meth lab active anywhere in our neighborhood (or any other drug-related activities), please call Special Agent Chris Swinney 1-510-386-0499 Anything to report late at night or in the early morning hours should go through 911. Local sheriffs direct lines: Santa Clara County 408-299-3233 Santa Cruz County 831-471-1170 San Mateo More . . .
The South Skyline area is one place where the organism (Phytophthora ramorum) that causes Sudden Oak Death (SOD) has thrived. It escaped into native forests from ornamental plantings in the late 1980’s-early 1990’s in Santa Cruz County. Traveling via wind-blown raindrops, it made its way into our neighborhood thanks to the continuous forest cover and More . . .
Skyline Historical Society
An independent, non-profit, tax-exempt organization