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Forum on hiring new Arcata police chief Wednesday evening

Forum on hiring new Arcata police chief Wednesday evening

POLICE CHIEF FORUM The City of Arcata is recruiting a new chief of police, and is encouraging the public to share input on what the city should consider in selecting candidates Wednesday, May 30 at 6:30 p.m. in City Council Chamber at City Hall, located at 736 F St. The city is completing a background

Step right up for your Commercial Cannabis Activity Permit

City of Arcata ARCATA – The City of Arcata will issue Provisional Commercial Cannabis Activity Permits (CCAP’s) to assist business owners who plan to apply for State of California licensing before a CCAP is issued. A Provisional CCAP will be issued to business owners who fulfill requirements which include a  completed application form with applicable

Arcata vows upcoming announcement on Lawson-related crimes

Paul Mann Mad River Union ARCATA — The city has now gone on record that it will address two highly charged issues connected with the Easter weekend homicide of Humboldt State University student David Josiah Lawson, 19, a native of Perris south of Riverside. At the next special Arcata City Council meeting late this month

Arcata, HSU team up to hold meetings on racism, public safety

Humboldt State University HSU – In an effort to address diversity and inclusion in the community, City of Arcata officials, Humboldt State community members, and representatives of local businesses and nonprofits have come together to develop concrete plans for making Arcata a safer and more welcoming environment. Invited by Humboldt State President Lisa Rossbacher and

Meeting on racism and safety unites Arcata

Humboldt State University HSU – In an effort to address diversity and inclusion in the community, City of Arcata officials, Humboldt State community members, and representatives of local businesses and nonprofits have come together to develop concrete plans for making Arcata a safer and more welcoming environment. Invited by Humboldt State President Lisa Rossbacher and

Outgoing employees honored

Jessie Faulkner Mad River Union ARCATA – The Arcata City Council and community members heaped praise and applause April 20 on retiring city employees Larry Oetker, Community Development Department director, and Robert Johnson, senior construction specialist. Johnson, who retired after 20 years with the city, was described as a “helluva good worker” whose handiwork permeates

Drain deco eco-educates

Mad River Union ARCATA – It’s not unusual to see sidewalk art in early October at Pastels on the Plaza, but since spring, Arcata has also been graced with more permanent educational sidewalk art thanks to the City of Arcata’s Recreation Division’s Downstream Designs public works project. These additions to Arcata’s artscape are the result

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