Trinidad residents were encouraged to sign up for city meeting notifications through the City Clerk. Only four phone-in residents were in last week’s audience.
Survey participants said they want the Town Center to be child-friendly with areas to bicycle and walk. They said they wanted wetlands protected. They want open space and areas to gather and socialize.
Why did the request for funding of the Arcata Fire District fail? I’m sure there are various reasons the March 3 Measure R did not pass. It was not that a majority of the residence didn’t support the measure. Actually 63.7 percent of the residence voted for the measure. The requirement is two thirds or 66 percent. This worked out to be just 427 votes short or 3 percent.
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) has announced that bars, wineries, distilleries, and breweries that do not have their own kitchens but that partner with meal providers will be able to sell alcoholic beverages to-go, as long as they are in a sealed container and in conjunction with a meal.
Fifty years of officially shunned archival treasures helped win $6 million in grants for Humboldt and Mendocino counties.
When many hear the term “white supremacy,” we have been taught to think of extremist groups like the KKK, but in addition to these overt harmful and sometimes deadly acts of hatred that endanger BIPOC community members, “white supremacy” also plays out in our daily lives in subtle ways that are tremendously harmful.
Anyone who was inside this location during these times should contact the Humboldt County Joint Information Center at (707) 441-5000, whether or not you are experiencing symptoms.
THERE’S GOT TO BE a better nickname for the amazing and newly expanded Jacoby Creek Forest (JCF). But none better suited to its status as a sanctuary for the wild animal-Americans with whom we share A-town. Clockwise from top left, a Red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis); two views of a fisher (Pekania pennanti), video of which may be viewed here; and finally, a ghostly mountain lion or cougar (Puma concolor). Home to many splendid beasts and their fragile habitat, the JCF isn’t open to the public except for occasional limited, city-guided walks. Photos courtesy Michael McDowall | City of Arcata Environmental Services
Development of HSU’s proposal has involved significant consultation on campus, including with faculty groups, student leaders, staff, union representatives, and many others. In addition, President Jackson has consulted extensively with local health officials, community leaders, educators, and the local business community. His goal, he says, is to ensure close cooperation with the community if the University is able to go ahead with its plans for the fall.
The expansion was made possible thanks to over $1.5 million dollars in funding provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Proposition 1 Watershed Restoration Grant Program, the CAL FIRE Forest Legacy-California Climate Investments Program, the California Natural Resources Agency’s Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Grant Program, the City of Arcata and local donations made to the Humboldt Area Foundation’s Arcata Forest Fund.