Nearly 1500 marijuana plants and more than 15 pounds of processed marijuana along with an array of cultivation equipment and nearly $3,000 in cash was seized.
Attend the Thursday, April 14 HWMA board meeting to express your concern. This is a time for local elected officials to put their money where their mouths were and keep the value-added jobs of processing recyclables local. We should not give away our jobs and future business development for a “few cents on the dollar.”
I believe the Eel River Trail is doable and if we have RESPECT for each other along the way we can work out all of the details, meet the landowners concerns, and take the trail from VISION to REALITY.
Today while I am writing this column we are having lots of rain and wind. I hope that by the time you read this the spring rains will have gone and the sun will have come out.
STEP is totally fun and it doesn’t matter if you can’t keep up because as long as you’re moving you’re burnin’ calories.
I would appreciate some concrete actions and attention to the matter at hand, something that we are still forced to discuss even though the 1990s were more than a decade ago, when most Americans were having this discussion.
Maybe we should change the law so we can double or triple the City Council’s pay.
The 16th Annual Godwit Days Spring Migration Bird Festival kicks off with a Dawn Chorus at the Arcata Marsh at 6:30 a.m. Thursday, April 14 and ends at 3 p.m. on Wednesday the 20th with a “casual, wind-down birding trip.” In between are crammed nearly 100 field trips, boat tours and excursions, lectures, and workshops.
Now I’m really really part of the the Arcata culture….after all, everyone here does yoga.
I’ll miss Tom. He paid for the coffee. On the other hand, the North Coast Journal is open to more of my students’ work So, too, is the Arcata Eye.