Tag Archives: Fifth District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg

Sundberg makes McKMAC appointments

Sundberg makes McKMAC appointments

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Fifth District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg has made two new appointments to the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (McKMAC) and re-appointed Barbara Georgianna for another term.  Also included in the McKMAC actions taken at the Oct. 23 Board of Supervisors meeting are approval of Sundberg’s letters of appreciation to Craig

Madrone officially clinches Fifth District seat

Jack Durham Mad River Union FIFTH DISTRICT – Come next January, Steve Madrone will be sworn in and take over as the new Fifth District supervisor. On July 3, the Humboldt County Elections Division released its final count for the June 5 election, in which voters chose Madrone over incumbent candidate Ryan Sundberg by a

Madrone: Sundberg swayed by MJ money

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – The issue of Fifth District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg’s campaign contribution connections to the cannabis industry has been raised as he seeks re-election, with his opponent, Steven Madrone, saying that it’s a “very serious conflict of interest”  Implying that Sundberg’s campaign financing will sway his decision-making, Madrone is asking

Mack Town deals with complaints of gunfire

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – McKinleyville may have found a solution to ongoing complaints about people shooting guns and hunting along the banks of the Mad River. It turns out that an ordinance passed by the county Board of Supervisors about three decades ago bans shooting firearms along most of the river in

There’s good news for Mack Town, and plenty of challenges

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – There are plenty of reasons for McKinleyville residents to feel cheery and optimistic about their town’s future. On the flip side, the unincorporated community – along with all of Humboldt County – faces some daunting challenges. All of this was discussed Jan. 17 during the McKinleyville Chamber of

McKinleyville grapples with crime, drugs

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – Homeless people camping in the woods, used hypodermic needles scattered in the streets and a seemingly endless string of petty crimes are among the challenges facing McKinleyville. Some of these issues, and a few potential solutions, were touched upon during a recent meeting of the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory

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